The Nursery will be open to children ages 9 months to 3 years of age at the Saturday 4:30pm Mass; Sunday, 9:00am, and 10:45am Masses. Please sign-up before you drop off your child/children. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
Beginning Sunday, October 11, an additional mass will be held at the Pavilion at 10:45 am. Please bring your own lawn chair, as there is limited seating available. Regular mass times inside the church will still be taking place.
Marian Consecration Means giving Mary permission to complete her motherly role in our spiritual lives of helping us to great holiness in her Son, Jesus; to freely choose to give her our full permission to do her work in us, with her Spouse, the Holy Spirit.
It has been said that no one can teach us Christ as our Blessed Mother, Mary. Participate and be enriched during this event where we set aside time to pray, reflect, and be touched by the life of Mary, her faith, her journey, and her amazing spirituality.
Goal: 100% Parish Participation – Renewal/Consecration to Jesus through Mary
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, December 12
How Do I Participate in the Retreat? For 33 consecutive days: Read daily (2-3 pages) from the book, 33 Days to Morning Glory. Reflect upon the readings. Watch Fr. Gaitley’s video You can participate privately or join an on-site weekly meeting where we will discuss in small groups the prayers and reflections for that week and watch the video together.
How do I sign up? Email email@example.com with your name, phone number, email address and the meeting option you will be attending to register.
Signup sheets are available in the Narthex before and after each Weekend Mass. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, email address and the meeting option you will be attending to register. You can also contact the Church Office or email Matt Kamler, email@example.com.
Where to get the resources? The only required resource is 33 Days to Morning Glory. This can be purchased through St. Paul Bookstore, Our Daily Bread Online Store: odbgifts.com/, amazon.com, or the main 33 Days Website: https://www.allheartsafire.org/33-days-to-morning-glory/overview.html , etc.
Additional resources recommended, especially for self-led retreats, are 33 Days to Morning Glory Retreat Companion and the DVD set of six talks from Fr. Gaitley. These can be ordered from https://www.allheartsafire.org/33-days-to-morning-glory/overview.html
If you need assistance obtaining these resources, contact the Church Office or email Matt Kamler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join on-site weekly meetings 11/2/20 – 12/9/20
Mondays 10:00 a.m. – Fr. Gresham Hall with a Lay Leader
Mondays 6:30 p.m. – St. Therese Hall with Fr. Kris
Tuesdays after 12:00 Mass – Fr. Gresham Hall with Msgr. VictorWednesdays 6:30 p.m. – with a Lay Leader
Zoom If you are interested in joining a scheduled meeting via zoom please contact the Church Office or Matt Kamler, email@example.com
At Home Self-led
11/2/20 – 12/11/20 with Consecration on 12/12/20
Regarding Flocknotes and Word on Fire:
We are happy to announce that our parish now has access to premium video content from Word on Fire.
These films and videos feature Bishop Robert Barron who has been hailed as “one of the Church’s greatest messengers” and is the second most-followed Catholic in the world on social media (behind only Pope Francis.)
He is best known for his CATHOLICISM film series and his Emmy-nominated Pivotal Players series, which have both aired on PBS and EWTN, and have been seen by millions of people.
Thanks to Flocknote, our parish’s email and texting tool, we can now send you short Bishop Barron videos with engaging questions via email or text message. We encourage you to participate in our parish discussions as together we draw deeper into the Faith.
In addition, you now have access to the entire Word on Fire digital video library. You can watch any of Bishop Barron’s films or study programs whenever you want, on any device!