Heads Up! Our Look at the Week Ahead for Aug. 27

Here’s your Catholic calendar snapshot for week of the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time. Get the calendar print out here!  Please take note of the First Friday & First Saturday Devotions coming up on Sept. 1 & Sept. 2.   In Case You Missed It St. Bartholomew is one saint whose death is depicted in some of the most famous … Read More

Join Us as we Honor the Sacred & Immaculate Hearts!

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The devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary are almost here. This is the second month for the devotion that occurs on the first Friday and first Saturday of each month. The devotion rotates between St. Ann and St. Joseph Churches. Get the PDF flyer HERE   for the full list of times for … Read More

Heads Up! Here’s our Catholic Calendar of Events

Here’s a snapshot of the week ahead for the 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time. Note the new time for the Lectio Eucharist class on Tuesday’s has changed to 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s. The Sunday class stays the same. Read about the interesting story of St. Bartholomew and view some of the great artwork inspired for this saint. Download the … Read More

St. Bartholomew: A Saint for Truth

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I didn’t know a lot about St. Bartholomew, one of the 12 Apostles, until a trip to Rome. When I gazed at the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling, studying Michelangelo’s The Last Judgement, I was startled to see the depiction of a man holding his skin in one hand and a large knife in the other. It made quite an impression. One does … Read More

Heads Up! Our Look at the Week Ahead

Here’s our calendar to look at the week ahead for August 13! Check out the Assumption of Mary Holy Day of Obligation Masses and a few changes to our Daily Mass Schedule. Want the calendar as a PDF Download? Get it here!  

St. Clare of Assisi Feast Day

Saint Clare of Assisi is best known for her close friendship with St. Francis of Assisi and stopping an army by only holding the holy Eucharist in the convent’s monstrance. She was the first woman to practice the life of entire poverty as taught by St. Francis. Her rule for the Poor Clares at San Damiano included the austeries of … Read More