September 1, 2020

Mitten Tree & Giving Tree gifts must be received by Sunday, Dec. 13

The Mitten Tree From November 21 through December 13th we will be collecting, especially for children and the homeless: NEW hats, gloves, scarves and socks – for boys, girls and teens NEW gloves (especially water-resistant ones) and NEW socks – for homeless men and women  We will also collect cash donations to be put toward Target gift cards for parents in the most needy families to do a little Christmas shopping for their children.  Please leave donated items under the Mitten Tree located in the Our Lady of Fatima Church vestibule.  Cash donations may be put in the collection baskets […]
September 1, 2020

Luminaria Candles for Sale – Dec. 13

September 1, 2020

Reconciliation Monday – Dec. 21

August 28, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – August 30, 2020

Do you know that a sickness of the soul, no less than a sickness of the body, can become a chronic condition?  Look for a moment into your own life and tell me if this isn’t true.  Could you not put your finger on an unhealthy spiritual condition that has remained unimproved year after year?  It doesn’t take an expert to analyze this kind of problem; all it takes is honesty. Were you touchy, overly sensitive and difficult to live with years ago?  Look at that area of your life today.  Has anything changed?  Has the condition improved at all?  […]
August 21, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – August 23, 2020

In the middle years of the nineteenth century, a clergyman named Charles Kingsley was the personal chaplain to Queen Victoria of England.  He was a man whom she greatly admired.  The story is told that one day she asked him the secret of his beautiful life.  To which he replied, “I had a friend.” Most of us would not think of describing our own lives as beautiful.  And we would probably be embarrassed if someone else should do so.  But we would doubtless agree with him that whatever beauty there is within us is largely attributable to our friends.  People […]