Our church is a blessing. Despite the swirling world around us, the Church’s liturgy keeps moving at a steady and well ordered pace. Lent is upon us and our parish ministry team has reflected on how we can best walk together in prayer during these sacred days.

~ Msgr. John Barry

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Lenten Friday Dinners

Join others In O’Donnell Hall on Friday evenings, 5:30-7pm for a simple meatless meal of Homemade Soup, Salad and sandwiches for the kids. All donations are given to the poor. 

All proceeds are given to those in need. More Info

Ash Wednesday & GOOD FRIDAY ARE DAYS of Fast and Abstinence

means one full meal plus two partial meals, together not equaling one full meal, and not eating between meals for all ages 18-60 in good health.

means abstaining from all meat for all ages 14 and over.

All Fridays during Lent are days of Abstinence
Good Friday is a day of Fast and Abstinence

Rice Bowls

Through Rice Bowl, we learn about how our sisters and brothers across the globe overcome hardships like hunger and malnutrition, and how we have the power to make the world a better place for all.

This simple cardboard box is a tool for collecting Lenten alms - and comes with a Lenten calendar that guides families through the 40 days of Lent with activities, reflections and stories.

Rice Bowls are available at the Welcome Center thru March.

Loaves and Fishes

A month long food drive sponsored by Youth Ministry during March,
collecting non-perishable food for our sister parish, St. Lawrence of Brindisi in Watts.
March: 5 & 6 | 12 & 13 |  19 & 20 | 26 & 27