Mass Times

Lord's Day Mass
Sat 4:30 PM
Sun 8:30 AM
11:00 AM
Daily Mass
8:00 AM
Wed 6:30 PM
Thur,Fri 8:00 AM
See the bulletin for details

Confession Times

3:30-4:05 PM
30 minutes before Mass
Wednesday, November 26th

Parish Office closes at 11:00am
Thursday, November 27th

Parish Office closed
Friday, November 28th

Parish Office closed
Saturday, November 29th

Sunday, November 30th

Masses for the Holy Day of Obligation
Written by Mrs. Jan Riley   
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 09:23

Masses for the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a Holy Day of Obligation will be Sunday, Dec. 7 at 5pm and Monday, Dec. 8 at 8am and 7pm.  Unlike other holy days, this one is always obligatory because she is our National Patroness.


Red Cross Blood Drive:
Written by Mrs. Jan Riley   
Monday, 24 November 2014 11:07

The next St. Jude Blood Drive will be on Thursday, Dec. 11th from 2:30-6:30pm in cafeteria. If you do not receive a call and would like to donate, please call 1-800 RedCross to schedule an appointment.


Breakfast with Santa
Written by Mrs. Jan Riley   
Monday, 24 November 2014 11:03

Sunday, Dec. 7th from 8:30am-1:00pm in St. Joseph’s Hall. The Saint Jude Knights of Columbus will be hosting. The breakfast will be in the parish hall. The menu is eggs, pancakes, ham, Oberlin potatoes. The cost is a freewill donation.  Proceeds goes to our Seminarian and missionary family.  There will be no one taking pictures so if you want pictures with Santa you will need a camera.


RCIA Celebrates First Rite on Nov. 9
Written by Mrs. Jan Riley   
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 12:53

Father Vacca makes the Sign of the Cross on the forehead of various members of the RCIA class as part of the ritual for the Rite of Acceptance and Welcoming. The sponsors perform a "signing of the senses" to their candidates. Diana Wolfe passes out crosses to the sponsors to put on their candidates. At the end of the ceremony, they are dismissed by Father Vacca and follow Sister Marilyn out of the church.  Many thanks to Lora King for taking these photos.

Knights of Columbus- November 2014
Written by Mrs. Jan Riley   
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 00:00

In October we had our annual Tootsie Roll Distribution.  I call it a distribution since we hand out Tootsie Rolls and don’t push for money.  With your support we collected over $3,100.00, giving $626.00, to each of five groups; Special Olympics Basket Ball in Hays, Starkey, ARC of Sedgwick, New Hope, and Ministries for Disabilities.  Thank you for your great support. Our Grand Knight, Joe King, will be receiving the checks soon and will be able to distribute them to the groups before Thanksgiving.   This month we are trying something new.  Instead of a breakfast for the Lord’s Pantry, we are having a turkey dinner.  The dinner will be smoked turkey & dressing, ham, mashed potatoes, yams, corn, and peas.  Due to the cost we cannot have our normal freewill donation and will be charging a fee for each meal.  The fee is 12 and over - $15.00, under 12 - $7.00, under 3 – free.  We hope this will not deter you from coming and joining us for dinner.  I recently received “Appointed to Bear Much Fruit and Allowing to Ripen”.  I will try to put each ‘fruit’ into the Communicator.  What Fruit of the Spirit do you need to allow to ripen in your life?

Love – of God, neighbor, and yourself.

*How loving is your heart towards God and other people?      *Do you find it hard to love yourself?            * Do you find it hard to love difficult people?

Hope to see you at the dinner, Saturday, November 15.

The Knight of the month of October is Joe King and the family of the month for October is Alex and Jeanne Federico.

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