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We have a variety of services for your convenience as well as other
opportunities that you will discover in our latest bulletin.
Weekly Mass Schedule
Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:30am
Daily: 8:30am Tuesday - Saturday
Holy Day of Obligation: Vigil 7:00pm,
day of 8:30am & 7:00pm
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The Campaign is currently underway and will remain open until the end of April.
REGULATIONS ON FASTING AND ABSTINENCE FOR LENT
The dual disciplines of fasting and abstinence have a long history
in the Catholic Church. Going back to the early Church, the
purpose behind the custom of self-denial is not punishment,
it is to simplify our lifestyles so that we create a certain emptiness.
In this way, freed from all distractions, we are able to hear and
respond to God’s continued call to conversion and holiness.
** Fasting is to be observed on Ash Wednesday (Feb. 14) and Good Friday (March 3/30) by all Catholics between the
ages of 18 and 59 years (inclusive). On days of fasting, one full meal is allowed. Two smaller meals, sufficient to maintain
strength, may be taken according to one’s needs, but together they should not equal another full meal. Eating between meals
is not permitted, but liquids are allowed.
** Abstinence from meat is to be observed by all Catholics who are 14 years of age and older. Ash Wednesday, all the Fridays
of Lent, and Good Friday are days of abstinence.
Note: If a person is unable to observe the above regulations due to ill health or other serious reasons, they are urged to practice
other forms of self-denial that are suitable to their conditions.
Fasting, almsgiving, and prayer are the three traditional disciplines of Lent. The faithful and catechumens should undertake
these practices seriously in a spirit of penance and of preparation for baptism or of renewal of baptism at Easter.
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What is Online Giving?
Online giving is an easy, safe and convenient way to make
offertory contributions to the church.
Online Giving makes it easy for you to fulfill your
financial commitments to the parish even when you are unable to attend Mass.
You do not need to bring cash or checks to church. Giving electronically
also helps you and the church staff plan & budget.
need for checks
to remain anonymous
to align your donations to the parish with your household budget
you to give even if you are unable to attend parish services
amount is easily adjusted
card option allows you to take advantage of any benefits such as airline
mileage or cash bonuses
Online Giving in conjunction with offering envelopes
need to share confidential account information as you may enter it
directly into the Online Giving secure site
check processing fees
regular giving with recurring contributions
accurate revenue forecasting
electronic donation summary for tax purposes
a wider demographic of givers
special parish collections and missions
concerns regarding security of sensitive data
focus on parish ministries and activities
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