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    • May 1
      Simply put, a Novena is a series of prayers made over nine consecutive days for a particular intention (petition or thanksgiving). The Novena to the Holy Spirit is the first and oldest Novena. Its roots take us back to the Acts of the Apostles, where we find that the disciples devoted themselves to prayer while awaiting the fulfillment of the Lord's promise to send the Holy Spirit. (Open the link for more information)
    • April 29
      Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with us, on Saturday April 30, immediately following the 4:00PM Mass. Bring the family and friends to this FREE event. Raffles and donations will help support local seminarians in honor of vocations month.
    • April 20
      On Sunday, May 29, following the 10:00 am Mass, we will again celebrate Corpus Christi with a Procession and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, followed by a cookout on parish grounds. Click on the title of this link for more information.
    • April 2
      To coincide with Divine Mercy Sunday, which is April 3rd, Cardinal Sean has issued a pastoral letter to guide the faithful during with Year of Mercy. Click on the title of this link to learn more.
    • February 5
      Pope Francis' April intention is that small farmers may receive just compensation for their invaluable work. Click on the title of this entry to connect directly to the video.
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