Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve4pm*
Christmas Day9am

*in the Church and Creedon Hall. Once the church is full, our ushers will direct people to the hall.

Parish Pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Wednesday, December 28 at 9:45am

We hope that you can join us on a Christmas pilgrimage to the Basilica in Washington, D.C. – America’s Catholic Church! We will meet at the Basilica at 9:45am for a

  • 10am: Tour
  • 11am: Mass celebrated by Father Tom
  • 12pm: Lunch and fellowship (please bring your own lunch).

Contact Miguel for more information.

New Year’s Eve Eucharistic Adoration

Saturday, December 31, 9:30am – 4:30pm

Come adore the Lord as the year comes to a close. To ensure that the Eucharist is never left alone during periods of silent Adoration, we need 2 people to sign up for each time slot. Once a time slot is full, it will no longer be available. However, everyone is welcome to come anytime during Adoration, for any amount of time, even if the slot is “filled”.

Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God

Saturday, December 315pm (Vigil Mass)
Sunday, January 17:30am

Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord

Saturday, January 75pm (Vigil)
Sunday, January 87:30am

Sunday, January 8

Join us for Coffee and Donuts after Mass!

What did Father Tom get for Christmas this year? Find out at the 9am and 10:30am Masses with Father Tom’s special homily for children! There will be a distribution of crowns for kids at the 9am and 10:30am Masses.

Crèche Exhibit

Saturday, January 7, 5 – 8pm Sunday, January 8, 8am – 4pm

Join us for this prayerful way to celebrate the Feast of Epiphany and visit the stunning display of beautiful Nativity Sets from around the world! To display your Creche or volunteer to organize and set up, please contact Brenda.

Give a Gift for Life this Christmas

Supporting the Gabriel Project and Project Rachel of our Diocese.

Gabriel Project offers emotional, spiritual, material, and financial support to expecting mothers. Total prenatal costs are typically about $3,000. One mother wrote, “I was very distressed and scared not knowing who would help me with my pregnancy…I could not go to anyone…and I was without the support of my baby’s father. He wanted me to abort but I decided to have my son. I must thank Gabriel Project for all the moral, spiritual, and medical support…for this reason, I named my son Gabriel!” 

Project Rachel provides counseling and healing retreats to those who suffer the effects of abortion. One after-abortion care retreatant wrote: “I would have NEVER had the courage to show my face at this [abortion healing] retreat…God works in mysterious ways and by His grace, I found the courage to step forward in my faith. I am so grateful that this ministry exists and was there for me…without judgement when I was ready to tackle the deep-rooted pain in my heart. I am forever grateful!”

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