Parish News

Friday December 8th is the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, the celebration of the Virgin Mary immaculately conceived without original sin in the womb of her mother St. Anne.  This celebrates Mary as a foretaste of our redemption as Our Lord …

We will celebrate two Masses in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe: our regular 9 a.m. Mass on the feast itself (12 Dec.), as well as a special evening Mass at 7 p.m. on 11 Dec. with the Women of Grace.  …

Thanks to all who gave blood at our most recent drive on October 22nd.  We had 29 donors come forward and a total of 21 units collected.  Your generosity in giving of yourself is greatly appreciated.

In this month of October we will be providing help to a few organizations that help sustain life.  First, we will be filling baby bottles with spare change beginning on 8 October for A Women’s Concern, a local pregnancy resource …

Our commitment to “Life” is all encompassing at SFX Parish.  We uphold the right to life from conception until natural death and everywhere in between.  In keeping with this commitment we are holding our 4th scheduled blood drive of the …

During this month dedicated to the dignity of human life, we will once again be keeping prayerful and peaceful vigil across the street from the last abortion clinic in diocesan territory from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday, October …

Our last Rosary Party of 2017, which culminates in a celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the apparitions at Fatima, will be held at our parish school on Sunday, 15 October at 6:00 pm.  We have a very simple itinerary …

Thanks to all who came and gave Blood on Sunday, July 16th.  We had 25 donors with a total of 21 units of blood collected.  What a wonderful testament in this month of the Precious Blood of Jesus!

Our next Rosary Party is scheduled for Sunday, 13 August at 6:00 pm at the parish school.  Come for intercessory prayer, fellowship, fun and desserts (but mostly for the prayer)!

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their prayers, concern, and support over this year of my formation at St. John’s Seminary in Boston. As you may know, this was my first year at St. John’s. …