Mass In-Person and Online

Mass In-Person

Mass is celebrated on Saturdays: 5:00 pm,  Sundays: 8:00 am, 10:00 am & 12 noon, and Weekdays (M-F): 8:00 am.  Masses are in-person in the church.  Overflow for weekend Masses will be in the cafeteria.  If you are not comfortable entering the church, you may come to the main door of the church at approximately 30 minutes after Mass starts on Sundays, and a Eucharistic minister will distribute Communion. Please always check the Calendar for the most up-to-date information, including Holy Days, holidays, and weather-related changes.

Mass Online

Masses are live-streamed on our YouTube channel.  Permission to podcast/stream the music in our liturgies obtained from ONE LICENSE with license A-621391. All rights reserved.  The readings for all Masses can be found on the USCCB website. If today is not Sunday and you are looking for the Sunday readings, just click on the calendar on the USCCB site.  Resources for Sunday Masses may be found below:

Resources for Mass 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time 8_14_2022

Resources for Mass 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time_8_7_2022

Resources for Mass 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time_7_31_2022

Resources for Mass 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time_7_24_2022

Resources for Mass 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7_17_ 2022

Resources for Mass 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7_10_2022

Resources for Mass 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7_3_2022

Resources for Mass 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time 6_26_2022

Resources for Mass Holy Trinity_6_19_2022

Resources for Mass Holy Trinity 6_12_2022

Resources for Mass  Pentecost Sunday 6_5_2022

Resources for Mass Ascension of the Lord 5_29_2022

Resources for the Mass on 5th Sunday of Easter 5_15_2022

Resources for the Mass on 4th Sunday of Easter 5_8_2022

Resources for the Mass on 3rd Sunday of Easter 5_1_2022

Resources for the Mass on 2nd Sunday of Easter 4_24_2022

Resources for Mass on Easter Sunday 4_17_2022

Resources for the Easter Vigil 4_16_2022

Resources for Good Friday Passion of the Lord 4_15_22

2022 Holy Thursday Resources for the Mass April_14_2022

2022 Paschal Triduum Booklet

















Miraculous Medal Novena

Among the popular piety, Marian devotion has a pre-eminent place of honor. Prayer is the language of the heart, and prayer to Jesus through our Blessed Mother strengthens us, gives us hope, and unites us to heaven. The Miraculous Medal is a symbol of devotion and love recognized by the Catholic Church.  It is a support for those looking for grace, for those facing a hard time in their lives, or for those who just want to remember every day that they are not alone, and have an endlessly good and loving Mother supporting and sustaining them.  Please join us in praying our Miraculous Medal Novena every Monday, it’s traditional day, after the 8am Mass.
Resource  for the Miraculous Medal Novena


Prayer for St. Joseph’s Intercession

Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of St. Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church in his Apostolic Letter “Patris corde”, which means “With a Father’s Heart”.  The Holy Father has proclaimed a special “Year of St. Joseph” that begins on December 8, 2020 (Feast of the Immaculate Conception) until December 8th of 2021.  Please join us in praying our Prayer for St. Joseph’s Intercession every first Wednesday of the month, at the end of the 8am Mass. 
St. Joseph’s Intercession Prayer