Feast of the Immaculate Conception


There’s a great country song from the early 1990’s by Mark Chestnut, called “Too Cold At Home” in which he repeats the words: “it’s too hot to fish, too hot for golf and too cold at home.” Well, I think we can all relate with this heat!  I feel it’s too hot to do anything outside, and although the song suggests that his relationship is too cold to go home, for me, the A.C. in the window makes my room too cold.  Lol. But I shouldn’t complain about the heat after that horribly long cold winter! So enjoy!

We will be finishing up our Faith Formation video series, “Oremus”. It was very informative giving us some useful and practical tools to help us pray as well as introduced us to various ways of praying within the Church. Join us for the final three presentations this Tuesday 6pm until 7pm. Refreshments provided.

In the near future, by popular demand, we will begin a different series from Bishop Robert Barron, called “Mass”. I  know everyone really enjoyed his “Catholicism” series we showed last year, so stay tuned for more details.

Thank you to all who are supporting our Parish Capital Campaign. If you haven’t done so, and would like to, please join us by filling out a pledge card today.  I’m confident the Lord will bless our individual giving, and our parish effort.

The Feast day of the Immaculate Conception is this Wednesday. Masses will be at 8:30am and 6:00pm. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin with Exposition at 9am until Benediction at 5:30pm. Stop by during the day to visit with the Lord and perhaps apply some of the prayer techniques we learned from Fr. Mark Toups’ video series. 

Hope you find some relaxation, peace and rest this Summer,

Fr. Kneeland