July 2019

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Give to each one of us a desire to be a missionary disciple – so that the world may come to know the transformative love of Christ through us. We pray these words each time we recite the Prayer to Our Lady of Guadalupe. They petition our Lord to make each of us vessels to carry Christ’s message of the Gospel to the world in which we live. This is a “transformative” message meaning we are challenged and blessed to break out of our passivity and to become active bearers of the Good News.Our diocese has great need to hear this message. This is recognized by Bishop Checchio; hence he has called upon all of us to rededicate or consecrate ourselves to God through our holy Church. So many people baptized Catholic have tired of attending holy Mass regularly; others have become disturbed by the Church’s decisions and teachings and choose to no longer participate in Catholic life. There is great need for each of us to give witness to the importance of the Church in our lives “so that the world may come to know the transformative love of Christ through us and so that we may convey this to our children and young people.

All are very welcome into our Church and certainly into our Cathedral. Parishioners and visitors alike will hopefully experience the Presence of our Lord and his Blessed Mother when we join together in prayer. Our holy sanctuary is extended to all our families by participation in a travel kit accepted at each weekend liturgy so that they make display a small place of worship in their homes to gather together in familial prayer – husbands and wives, parents and children, brothers and sisters.

Through the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, whose image is displayed on our sanctuary wall, may we each prayerfully consecrate ourselves anew to holiness.  

Please bring your children to Church for Mass and other forms of worship.

Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!

In Christ’s service,

                                                              
Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Zamorski
Rector


              

 


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Mass Schedule
 

Weekend
Saturday: 5:00 pm (Youth Choir)
               7:00 pm (Folk Choir)

Sunday:   7:30 am
              9:00 am (Junior Choir)
              10:30 am
              12 Noon

Weekday (Monday-Friday)
              7:00 am
               8:00 am 
              12:10 pm
                 (Divine Mercy Chaplet
                  after Mass on Fridays)

Thursday: 7:30 pm
               (Charismatic Communion
                Service, 1st Thursday)

Saturday: 8:00am

Morning Prayer: Daily 7:40 am

Eucharistic Adoration:  7:00 am -
                               11:00 pm
        Lady Chapel (Parish Center)

Holy Days
Vigil:          See Bulletin

Holy Day:   7:00 am
                 8:00 am
               12:10 pm
                 7:00 pm

Sacament of Reconciliation
Confessions:  Saturdays 1:00-2:00 pm 
                                   6:00-6:30 pm
 

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