Mass Times

Saturday

(Confessions) 3:30pm-4:30pm
5:00pm

Sunday

8:00am, 10:00am
12:00pm, 5:00pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

9:00am

Tuesday, Thursday

7:00am

Happy Parish Feast Day!


Celebrating 21 Years As a Parish Community!"

September 29, Feast of the Archangels

Angels Excerpt from Fr. Adam’s homily for the Feast of the Archangels… “Today we celebrate our feast day, and our patrons of Ss. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael. We are blessed to have them be a part of our own stories. Unlike every other named saint, we do not honor them for the heroic holiness of their lives and the choices that they made… because unlike every other saint they are not human and they did not live upon this earth. Instead we honor them for their place in creation. Angels are messengers, their place in creation is to carry messages from heaven to us... and the message of the archangels is that God is with us in every aspect of life, moments large and small, regular and unique. From the extraordinary vision of St. Michael leading a great battle against the dragon and his fallen angels, to the ordinary of St. Raphael walking alongside Tobit and healing his blindness, to the unthinkable of St. Gabriel announcing that Word would become flesh and walk among us and save us from sin and death... the archangels embody the message that God is present with us. May the archangels, our patron saints, watch over us in all that we do, so that by our lives as well, those who are lost may see a beacon of light and know God’s presence and God’s love offered to us in Christ.”  CLICK HERE to read the History of Holy Angels

Ministry Connection 2016


Uniting our Gifts Ministry Connection 2016 In celebrating our Parish Feast day and re-committing ourselves to each other as a family in faith, we are asking each parishioner to fill out a “Uniting Our Gifts” Connection Brochure found in the gathering area or Click HERE to fill out a "Uniting our Gifts" Connection Questionnaire. Let us know how you will commit to serving God through your act of Stewardship this year. You will find, it is the connections you make with others in our parish community through your involvement with any of the ministries we offer, which will show you the beauty of sharing your faith journey with others.          

Adult Faith Formation with Edward Siri


Join us for these 10 sessions form a study of how we encounter God in the sacraments and in a moral life.  They are video presentations by Edward Sri with some discussion and prayer following.  Each will be offered at 3 different times in order to be available to as many adults as possible.  5 topics will be offered this fall;   5 more topics will be offered after the holidays.  Come to the session that fits your schedule! Wednesdays at 1:30 pm. in the Parish Library;  Thursdays at 7:00 pm. in the St. Gabriel Room;or Saturdays at 9:30 am. in the Parish Library.    
  • The Sacraments:  Baptism & Confirmation        (Sept. 21, 22 or 24)
  • The Eucharist:  Source & Summit of Christian Life        (Oct. 5, 6 or 8)
  • Walk Through the Mass:  Exploring the Sacred Liturgy        (Oct. 19, 20 or 22)
  • Penance & Anointing of the Sick:  God’s Mercy Revealed        (Nov. 2, 3 or 5)
  • Matrimony & Holy Orders:  Sacraments of Service & Communion      (Nov. 16, 17 or 19)
  • A Catholic Moral Vision:  Virtue, Grace & the Path to Happiness        (Jan. 4, 5 or 7)
  • A Love That Lasts:  Discovering Authentic Love        (Jan. 18, 19 or 21)
  • A Love That Lasts:  God’s Plan for Sexuality        (Feb. 1, 2 or 4)
 

Happy Parish Feast Day!

Celebrating 21 Years As a Parish Community!”

September 29, Feast of the Archangels

Angels

Excerpt from Fr. Adam’s homily for the Feast of the Archangels…

“Today we celebrate our feast day, and our patrons of Ss. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael. We are blessed to have them be a part of our own stories. Unlike every other named saint, we do not honor them for the heroic holiness of their lives and the choices that they made… because unlike every other saint they are not human and they did not live upon this earth. Instead we honor them for their place in creation.

Angels are messengers, their place in creation is to carry messages from heaven to us… and the message of the archangels is that God is with us in every aspect of life, moments large and small, regular and unique. From the extraordinary vision of St. Michael leading a great battle against the dragon and his fallen angels, to the ordinary of St. Raphael walking alongside Tobit and healing his blindness, to the unthinkable of St. Gabriel announcing that Word would become flesh and walk among us and save us from sin and death… the archangels embody the message that God is present with us.

May the archangels, our patron saints, watch over us in all that we do, so that by our lives as well, those who are lost may see a beacon of light and know God’s presence and God’s love offered to us in Christ.” 

CLICK HERE to read the History of Holy Angels

Connection Brochure Image

Ministry Connection 2016

Uniting our Gifts

Ministry Connection 2016

In celebrating our Parish Feast day and re-committing ourselves to each other as a family in faith, we are asking each parishioner to fill out a “Uniting Our Gifts” Connection Brochure found in the gathering area or Click HERE to fill out a “Uniting our Gifts” Connection Questionnaire.

Let us know how you will commit to serving God through your act of Stewardship this year. You will find, it is the connections you make with others in our parish community through your involvement with any of the ministries we offer, which will show you the beauty of sharing your faith journey with others.

 

 

 

 

 

Eucharist

Adult Faith Formation with Edward Siri

Join us for these 10 sessions form a study of how we encounter God in the sacraments and in a moral life.  They are video presentations by Edward Sri with some discussion and prayer following.  Each will be offered at 3 different times in order to be available to as many adults as possible.  5 topics will be offered this fall;   5 more topics will be offered after the holidays.  Come to the session that fits your schedule!

Wednesdays at 1:30 pm. in the Parish Library;  Thursdays at 7:00 pm. in the St. Gabriel Room;or Saturdays at 9:30 am. in the Parish Library.

 

 

  • The Sacraments:  Baptism & Confirmation        (Sept. 21, 22 or 24)
  • The Eucharist:  Source & Summit of Christian Life        (Oct. 5, 6 or 8)
  • Walk Through the Mass:  Exploring the Sacred Liturgy        (Oct. 19, 20 or 22)
  • Penance & Anointing of the Sick:  God’s Mercy Revealed        (Nov. 2, 3 or 5)
  • Matrimony & Holy Orders:  Sacraments of Service & Communion      (Nov. 16, 17 or 19)
  • A Catholic Moral Vision:  Virtue, Grace & the Path to Happiness        (Jan. 4, 5 or 7)
  • A Love That Lasts:  Discovering Authentic Love        (Jan. 18, 19 or 21)
  • A Love That Lasts:  God’s Plan for Sexuality        (Feb. 1, 2 or 4)

 

Mass Times

Saturday

(Confessions) 3:30pm-4:30pm
5:00pm

Sunday

8:00am, 10:00am
12:00pm, 5:00pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

9:00am

Tuesday, Thursday

7:00am