5:30 pm (Sat), 7:00 am, 8:00 am,9:30 am, 11:00 am, 12:30 pm
Mon-Fri - 6:30 am, 8:30 am, 5:30 pm,Sat - 8:30 am
Sat - 4:00 - 5:30 pm, 7:30 - 8:30 pmThurs (Before first Friday) - 4:30 - 5:30 pm, 7:00 - 8:00 pmOr by appointment
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In "the Ruby Red Year of the Cardinal," you are invited to join us for an evening of joy, laughter, and fellowship. Continue our tradition of supporting our parish and school through Shine, an evening with friends!
Friday, November 3, 2017
6:00 pm - Cocktail Hour, Entertainment, and Silent Auction (West Gym)7:30 pm - Dinner, Live Auction, and Raffle (Mainelli Center)
To view invitation: Shine Invitation - 2017Click HERE to sign up or donate online
All children in grades 1-5 are welcome to join the Children's Choir, and all youth in grades 6-8 are welcome to join the Youth Choir. These choirs sing at Sunday Masses as well as at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Holy Thursday, and other special liturgical celebrations. Click on the flyers below for more information. Fill out the registration form and return to the School or Parish office by August 24, 2017. Any questions? Please call Veronica Fareri at 402-333-8989.
Children's Choir Registration Form - 2017-2018Youth Choir Registration Form - 2017-2018
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THE NEXT WEBCAST WILL BEGIN 5 MINUTES BEFORE SCHEDULED START TIME
PLEASE SEE THE PARISH UPCOMING EVENTS FOR SCHEDULE OF FUNERALS AND OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS
Weekdays M-S LIVE 8:09am The Rosary followed by the Mass for the Homebound
Sundays LIVE 9:09 The Rosary followed by the Mass for the Homebound
CLICK HERE FOR BOTH LIVE AND ON DEMAND WEBCAST WINDOWS
Alan Anderson notes that Father James Martin is identified by a friend as the “chaplain” to The Colbert Report. “How pleasing your words must be to the world.”
Speaking on October 18 to a delegation from the ecumenical group Religions for Peace, Pope Francis said: “Religions, with their spiritual and moral resources, have a specific and unique role to play in building peace.” He said that invoking religious beliefs to incite violence is an offense against all faiths.
The Pope said that along with the quest for peace, religious groups should unit “to further a moral covenant that can promote respect for the dignity of the human person and care for creation.”
The Pope said that the attack “deserves to be most strongly deplored, also because it falls on a population that is already suffering deeply.” Click here for more information about the attack.
We continue to read from St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans in daily Mass. In today’s reading, we learn that we are justified by faith...
We continue to read from the Letter to the Romans in daily Mass. Scripture is a prophetic interpretation of reality. That is, it tells us...
St. Paul writes this in today’s reading from the Letter to the Romans: “I am not ashamed of the gospel. It is the power of...
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