God overcomes sin. God overturns the harm caused by sinful human actions, both the accidental and the deliberate. Changed in Christ Each of today’s readings speaks directly of this reality. Sin ultimately brings death to both the innocent and the guilty. God replaces death with Resurrection, destroying the power of sin. This action of God […]
Prayer for Our Church
Lord God, as a sign of your steadfast love, in a world hardened by sin, grant us land where we may build a visible sign of your presence in our community. Drawn together in Christ by the Spirit, bless our efforts as we seek to raise up a place worthy of your Holy Presence where our growing Catholic family may joyfully celebrate. Send forth Your Spirit of unity and generosity that the task of building upon this land will draw us together in praise of your name.
Empower us to be a community of love even as we wait in confidence, growing in your likeness by the grace of your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.
Thursdays at 7:30 pm – begins January 7th.
There will be six sessions before Lent, a pause for a differrent six-week Lenten series, then the final six sessions during the Easter Season.
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Our parish is still waiting to be able to celebrate First Communion and Confirmation for those who prepared during the 2019-2020 school year. We hope to be able to do this in the fall for First Communion and in 2022 for Confirmation. Information will be sent directly from the parish to the parents. Registration for […]