What position should a Christian take toward the world in which he lives? Should he reject it and withdraw? Should he try to transform it into a Christian culture? Should he embrace it? This is a lasting issue for Christians because every Christian must relate his or her faith to his or her surroundings. In one way or other, this question of Christianity and the world in which we live has been tackled by Christians in every generation. Deciding how to apply the Lord’s teaching to be in the world and yet […]
Monday, January 18th, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will follow the regular weekday mass schedule that day. Masses will be at 6:45 am (S) and 9:00 am (N&S). School and the Rectory office will be closed.
Annunciation-Our Lady of Fatima is open for Sunday and weekday masses, baptisms, weddings, funerals, and memorial masses. The churches is only able to sit at 25% capacity. Face coverings must be worn in church. We encourage everyone to bring hand sanitizer since our directives indicate that hands need to be sanitized before reception of communion. Hand sanitizer is available in both churches, if needed. Please note: we will no longer be offering a 5 PM mass on Sundays at Annunciation Church. The following schedule is in effect: Weekday Masses: Annunciation Church: Monday – Friday morning: 6:45 AM and 9 AM […]
This letter is being revised whenever changes are made. There is a notation at the bottom indicating when it was last updated. Let us continue to pray for those who suffer with the Coronavirus and those who care for them. We will continue to do our best to keep you informed of updates within the parish. Annunciation-Our Lady of Fatima is open for weekday and weekend masses, baptisms, weddings, funerals, and memorial masses. The churches will only be able to sit at 25% capacity. Face coverings must be worn in church over the mouth and nose. Please bring hand […]