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Pope Francis New Interviews PDF Print E-mail

 

Pope Francis Interviews - Fr. Robert Barron video commentary

 

"In today's world, religious freedom is more often affirmed than put into practice,"
- Pope Francis. June 8, 2013 Vatican Radio


Word On Fire - Pope Francis Interviews



 
Mass Schedule PDF Print E-mail

Holy Eucharist

Sunday Masses

8:00 AM - (Polish Mass, with English Homily)

9:30 AM

11:30 AM

Daily Masses (Monday - Friday) - 7:30 a.m.

* Note - at 7:20 AM Join us for Community Morning Prayer 10 min. before Mass begins - all year

 

Saturday Vigil Mass

4:00 PM (Vigil Mass)

 

 * Please note, Mass times may vary for Christmas Day and Easter Sunday,  check your bulletin or here online.



Reconciliation / Confession

Thursdays: 7:00 - 8:00 PM

Saturdays: 3:00 - 3:45 PM

or see the priest after Mass.

 
Video Feature PDF Print E-mail

NEW - Parishioners and visitors are welcome to use this featured video to supplement your daily faith life. New selections will be added regularly.

The latest video clip from Fr. Robert Barron - Who is Jesus and what makes Him Unique ?

 

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Daily Faith PDF Print E-mail

Each day offers us a new opportunity to grow closer to God, as individuals and as a commumity of faith. Parishioners and visitors alike are welcome to use these resources often.

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Scripture & Daily Prayer


1. Daily Scripture Readings. Text, plus audio and video options for every day.

2. Audio Bible Study Courses
Can’t get to our Parish Bible Study Groups ?  Use this convenient link to study at your own pace and schedule. 

Study Bibles -

A. Ignatius Study Bible

B. Navarre Bible - available in Individual or single volumes, reference / study Bibles.

C. Catholic Teen Bible


4. Fr. James Martin S.J. - 3 quick video clips on -

  - The Saints, Prayer, Almsgiving and Joy ( Scroll Down)

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  Book - The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything









Video / Audio -

RCIA  -   Baptising Adults, Conversion, - Video Clip 

 Spencer Abbey - Turn on your speakers and take a break in your day while visiting the Trappist Monks in nearby Spencer Massachusetts.  (Audio controls on left side of their webpage).

 

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Retreats

1. St. Joseph's Abbey

2. St. Edmund's - Ender's Island, Mystic CT.


Marriage / Family

1. Marriage Works in Christ  (Audio)
   Illness can cause great strain in any relationship. Experience the beauty of how one couple was strengthened in their faith and their marriage after her diagnosis of cancer.

2. What have you done for your marriage today ?

Church History

1. New Advent - Early Christian Church Leaders

 



The Public Square - Faith & Business

1. Forbes Magazine - Business Secrets of Trappist Monks
    Living your faith in the business world.

2. Spitzer Center -  Faith in the Workplace




Reading / Periodicals
- Newspapers & Magazines for individual & family inspiration and information.

 

1. Catholic Digest
2. Living Faith
3. Traces

4. First Things

5. Magnificat

6. The Catholic Transcript

7. At Home With Our Faith

8. Catholic World Report

 

 

 

 

2. Word On Fire - Short video commentaries on Faith & Contemporary Life.



1. Adult Converts / RCIA - What is it all about ? ( video excerpts).
 
Weekly Parish Bread Collection PDF Print E-mail

Since January of 2009 our parish community has been consistently donating bread to the Cornerstone soup kitchen. The original appeal went out when it was learned that the Freihofer Bakery outlet was closing, which had been a main supplier of assorted bread goods for the Cornerstone, which serves over 45,000 meals and 4,000 beds of lodging a year.

In this article, we'll follow fellow-parishioner Tom Wilk, as he delivers our weekly bread collection. Since January of 2009 to April 3, 2012, our parishioners have donated 4,991 loaves of bread, and 679 grocery items to the Cornerstone soup-kitchen !

Follow the photos here in this link to see the process ( scroll down).

Many thanks for the committed support of those participating parishioners, and we welcome additional families and individuals who can manage to even donate one loaf of bread a week. It's a great way to involve the kids, - let them select the loaf or loaves when doing your weekly shopping, knowing that it's going to those families and individuals in need and / or out of work, especially during this difficult economic time.

 
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