New Year’s Mass Times

Feast of the Solemnity of Mary

December 31 is at 4:30 pm |  January 1 is at 9 am
This is year is a holy day but NOT an obligation.  It’s a great way to end the year and start anew.  Please join us.

Weekend Masses for the Feast of the Epiphany

Saturday, January 1 at 4:30 pm  |  Sunday, January 2 at 7:30, 9, 10:30, 12 and 5 pm

Start the new year off in the best way. May God bless you and your loved ones in the new year and always.

You can join us in person or virtually ( What is most important is that we set Christ as the foundation of our lives, our homes, our family and our new year.

Reflect on the blessing of your families while renewing our commitment to use the new year to strengthen the bonds of family life. As the adage goes: “Families that pray together, stay together.” How can we strengthen the bonds of faith and family in 2022?

Drive-Thru Communion   Every Sunday at 1pm
Drive-Thru Anointing   First and Third Wednesday, 11am and 4pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation  First Wednesday of each month, 4-5:30pm

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Family Prayer in the New Year

Dear God,

Thank You for new beginnings. For a fresh year’s potential stretched out before me. I want to be found faithful this year in each and every opportunity You bring to me.

Give me the courage to begin again — to overlook the difficulties, to overcome the obstacles and to stay open to the moment as best I can.

As I look to the future, may I reflect on the past and remember the lessons it’s taught me.

Thank You, Lord, for new beginnings. I pray this in Jesus’ name.


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We have three  Christmas gifts for you!

The first is Matthew Kelly’s new book, “Life is Messy.”

It’s a great read…easy and hopeful.  Gayle Oboy will be leading a discussion on this book starting on February 2nd.  Find details at

The second book is a set of daily reflections – an inspiring quote of the day based on the writings of Bishop Fulton Sheen.

For our tech savvy members, download the new and improved (Salt of the Earth Life) from the Apple or Google Play Store. It’s FREE and offers lots of great reflections and daily inspiration at the scroll of the thumb. More details below!

The third is a magnet and bookmark with some daily to-do in 2022!

Hang it where you will see it most. Start small and create beautiful habits that will come naturally to you. You will surely see the presence of God at work in your life! Make 2022  your year!

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Featured January Events!

Teach Us To Pray

3 Week Series with Father Andrew
January 13, 20, and 27 at 7:00 pm

As the disciples asked of Jesus, so our hearts have the same desire. Join Father Andrew for a three-week series on personal prayer. Grow in confidence in your identity as beloved sons and daughters, in your trust in relating to and receiving from God in prayer, in your knowledge of scripture as a foundation for this relationship and dealing with obstacles to growing your relationship with God.  In-person sessions will be in the church.

Please register at

Synod Conversations

Join Dobie Moser!

A few months ago Pope Francis asked every Diocese and every parish to participate in an experience of synodality – of holy listening. He hopes this will stir the power of the Holy Spirit and help our Church discern the pastoral and spiritual needs of the Church.

We will be having three listening sessions in January. Parish Leaders will come together on Saturday, January 22 at 9 am. Everyone is invited to join on Sunday, January 23 at 1 pm or Monday, January 24 at 7 pm.  |  New Year’s Resolution

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House Blessing

On the Feast of the Epiphany, our Catholic tradition calls us to have our homes blessed.

As the Magi came from afar to visit the Christ Child, the priests and deacons would like to come to your home to share the gifts of God’s presence and protection to you and your family.

If you would like to have your house blessed, please register using our online form.

You can also download this prayer to follow along with and bless your home as a family.

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