November 25: Message From Fr. Hottovy

“It is now the hour for you to wake from sleep, for our salvation is closer than when we first accepted the faith.  The night is far spent; the day draws near.  Let us cast of deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light.” + Romans 13:11-12 Dear Parishioners, These words from Romans 13 are from Sunday’s Morning …

Adoration Signup

Thank you to everyone who signed up for a holy hour for Advent! We only have 12 open slots to fill in order to offer Eucharistic adoration daily. Please consider signing up for a slot! It’s just a 3 1/2-week commitment. After Dec 23, you’ll have the option to continue with your slot, change it, or cancel completely. This is …

November 20: Message From Fr. Hottovy

Dear Parishioners, These words from Psalm 29 are exactly what we need to hear in these uncertain times.  Christ is the Prince of Peace and after his resurrection he reminds us that he gives us a true and lasting peace that the world cannot give.  Continue to trust and entrust your lives entirely to the Lord. This week we celebrate …

November 13: Message From Fr. Hottovy

“To be near God is my happiness, to place my hope in God the Lord.”  +Psalm 73 [Communion Antiphon for this Sunday] Dear Parishioners, It is so wonderful to see more and more people taking advantage of our extended times of Exposition!  More often than not when I pop into church to make a visit at different time of the …

November 6: Message From Fr. Hottovy

“My soul is thirsting for you, O Lord my God…I have gazed toward you in the sanctuary to see your power and your glory, for your kindness is a greater good than life” Dear Parishioners, This excerpt from Psalm 63, the Psalm for this Sunday’s Mass, is a good reminder of where we are to find our peace, our solace, …

Remembering All Souls

November is the month of all souls. We remember those who went before us and pray that God grants them eternal rest. We recall our loved ones and pray for them by name. As a community, we recall and pray for those members of our parish who have gone before us this past year—the faithful departed. Details here: Remembering All …