- Reverend William Antillon, Pastor
- Mr. Robert Anchor, Deacon
- Mr. Jack O'Leary, Deacon
- Mrs. Susan Wilkening, Parish Secretary
- Ms. Nicole Dunovsky, Parish Secretary
- Mrs. Chris Murphy, Director of Relgious Education
- Mrs. Brenda Ramus, Coordinator of Relgious Education
- Ms Peg Bowman, Music Director
- Mrs. Patsy Tonyan, Maintenance Manager
Closed on Friday
Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM
Holy Days: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM & 7:00 PM
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 - 4:30 PM.
First Friday 7:30 - 7:50 AM
Other times by appointment
Rosary: After daily Mass - Mon.to Fri.
1st and 4th Sundays before
8:00 AM Mass
1st Friday Adoration (During Lent)
8:00AM Mass & Rosary
8:30AM Exposition of Blessed Sacrament
12:00PM Angelus & Rosary
5:30PM Closing Prayers
7:00PM Stations of the Cross
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03/28/17 8:50 am
Fatima, Portugal, Mar 28, 2017 / 01:50 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Fatima's bishop has said the centenary of the locale's Marian apparition would not be complete without the announcement of the canonization of Blessed Francisco and Jacinta Marto, two of the children who witnessed the apparition.
“I would consider the centenary to be incomplete without the canonization. I have had this hope. We are in time for it to be May 13, but everything depends on the exclusive competency of the Pope,” Bishop Antonio dos Santos Marto of Leiria-Fatima said at a recent press conference.Read More
03/28/17 7:02 am
Phoenix, Ariz., Mar 28, 2017 / 12:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Health care providers and institutions opposed to assisted suicide gained more legal protections under a new Arizona law that aims to help ensure doctors and nurses aren’t fired for their beliefs if the practice is ever legalized.
Senate Bill 1439 was “an important rights of conscience bill,” according to the bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference.Read More
03/28/17 3:02 am
Birmingham, Ala., Mar 27, 2017 / 08:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- After 111 years of serving the community of Birmingham, Alabama, the city's only African American Catholic elementary school could close due to financial struggles.
Over its long history, Our Lady of Fatima has become an integral part of the community, serving students from all backgrounds: of its 64 children, 11 percent are Catholic, and 89 percent are non-Catholic.Read More