August 17, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – August 19, 2018

          For many centuries, people believed that the earth was the center of the universe and that the sun revolved around it. Then here came along a Polish astronomer named Copernicus, who held on to a different theory. He believed that the sun was the center of our solar system, and that the earth and all other planets within the system were revolving around the sun. Almost no one agreed with him. His theory was so unpopular and revolutionary that he was afraid to release it. But shortly before his death in the sixteenth century, he published a book. Very soon his […]
August 10, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – August 12, 2018

     What is God doing? God is restoring us to a normal Christian life. God is tired of seeing His people so beat up, so lonely, so scattered with nobody to take care of them, so confused.  We have this idea that human beings left to themselves are just neutral, nice guys. But that’s not true. Anyone not open to God is turned in on himself and the prey of all kinds of evil forces, his own and those of evil spirits. There is no such thing as a neutral person. The luxury of thinking so is one of the last illusions from […]
August 10, 2018

Knights of Columbus Annual Football Trip – Sept. 8

Join the Knights of Columbus for their annual Football Trip to West Point on Saturday, September 8th to see the Army vs. Liberty University game at the historic Michie Stadium!  Tickets are $125 per adult and $75 per child which includes ticket, transportation, fully catered tailgate, continental breakfast and more!  Contact Joe Larson at to reserve your spot!
August 10, 2018

9/11 Remembrance Mass – Sept. 9

The Parish will remember the many victims, their families, and all first responders of the 9/11 attacks on Sunday, September 9th at the 12:00PM mass.
August 3, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – August 5, 2018

How do we – priests, religious, lay persons – become involved in efforts to build a human society which respects the dignity and promotes the welfare of all?  Obviously, as    believers we must call attention to the moral and religious dimensions of all issues.  We must point out the demands of our Christian Faith for a just transformation of society.  We must keep the gospel values alive and well in a world that needs them desperately. How many of us take a stand on the side of gospel values when issues arise in public education, housing, homelessness, sexuality and health […]