Current Events & Updates During COVID-19

The best way to stay up to date with everything going on is to visit our homepage on the website or follow us on Facebook. Right now everything is being evaluated on an ongoing basis and things change quickly. Links are included on the bottom. All Parish wide events have been cancelled, this includes all Masses, Stations of the Cross and meetings. Confessions are available by appointment and ONLY if you are healthy. 

I do encourage everyone to continue to tithe to the Church. I noticed collections have been going down. We are still providing child care at our Catholic School, relief for families, and other essential care and ministry. Even though public Mass is not available we ask you to support the mission with your finances and prayer. The mission is essential. There is a link below. You can also put a stamp and your regular giving envelopes and drop them in the mail. 


Helpful Links

Daily Mass- live-streamed on Facebook at 12:10pm Monday-Friday (Friday will be in Spanish)


Sunday Mass- live-streamed on Facebook on Saturday at 4pm and Sunday at 8am.


*Facebook live videos are available after they are aired as well as on YouTube.

Confession- available by appointment only. Please contact priests directly and only if you are healthy. 


Adoration- Wednesday and Friday at 8pm.


Parish Office- In an effort to continue to provide essential ministry to parishioners and reduce the spread of COVID-19 the Parish Office will be open to limited access only. Staff continues to be available by phone and email. Please consider using phone or email resources before visiting the office. 


Faith Formation- Classes are cancelled as long as school is not in session. First Reconciliation/Communion, RCIA and Confirmation are all on hold for the time being. Nothing has been cancelled at this point except First Reconciliation and classes.


Penance Fair- Cancelled, no plan to reschedule before Easter. 



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