Sunday and weekday Eucharistic Liturgies:
Saturday at 5 p.m.
Sunday at 10 a.m.
Weekday Eucharistic Liturgies Tuesday to Friday at 9:00 a.m.
COVID-19 Restrictions Coming to an End
Effective March 15, 2022
Effective Tuesday, March 15, 2022 all COVID-19 restrictions will be coming to an end, and as a result, masks will no longer be required. As well, the general dispensation from Sunday Mass, which was mandated at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is lifted, effective immediately.
We understand that everyone has a different comfort level at this point in time and we are entrusting parishioners to make the choices that they feel are best for themselves and their families. Let us exercise kindness and respect for one another and for the choices people make.
Thank you to all of you for your patience and kindness and may we continue to grow as parish family united in our faith in Christ.
January 16, 2022 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time John 2:1-12
A miracle is a sign of God’s power and glory, a remarkable and amazing event that cannot be explained. Today we hear how Jesus performed his first miracle by changingwater into wine.
Prayer: Lord Jesus, help us to turn to you in times of difficulty and place our trust in your goodness and love. Amen.
Activity: Draw a picture in the shape of a water jug. Inside the jug, write a little prayer asking Jesus to help you when you are in a difficult situation.
January 9, 2022 The Baptism of the Lord Luke 3:15-16, 21-22
Today we hear how Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist in the River Jordan. This was part of God’s plan. The story reminds us of our own baptism, when God’s spirit became a living spring in each one of us.
Prayer: In the name of the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Dear Jesus, accept our sign of the cross as our prayer to you. It reminds us that through our baptism we belong to you, and are children of God. Let all who are baptized walk in the light of Christ. Amen.
Activity: Talk about your baptism with your family. Look at all the pictures of your baptism if you still have your baptismal candle, have your mom or dad light it at meal time.
January 2, 2022 Feast of the Epiphany Matthew 2:1-12
The three wise men were not Jews. They came from lands far to the East and were astrologers who used the stars to guide them on their journey. They also knew of the prophecies of an infant king to be born, a savior. Through them, his arrival was announced to the world. Jesus, the saving Lord, has come not just for the Jews but for all people.
Prayer: Like the three wise men, we are here today to worship you, Jesus. We have no gold, but we give you our love. We have no frankincese, we give your our prayers. We have no myrrh, so we give you ourselves. Amen.
Activity: Sing as a family, We three kings.