Our Mission Statement
By God's grace, we as a faith family bring the presence of Christ and the Church to our community, through His Word and Sacraments and our daily witness to living the virtues of faith, hope and love. With the help of God, we aspire to be a Catholic Christian community of compassion, love, and respect by living the Gospel in word and deed.
Message from our Pastor
Happy Easter! Jesus Christ is risen, truly He
is risen! I pray that you and your families will
have a joyous and blessed Easter Season,
growing in your love for Jesus Christ and His
Church and for one another.
The second Sunday of the Easter Season
(April 12th this year) is Divine Mercy Sunday.
On April 30, 2000, Pope John Paul II officially declared this
Feast of the Divine Mercy when he canonized Sister
Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938) the first saint of the new
millennium. Last year, on Divine Mercy Sunday, Pope
Francis canonized Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII
(both of whom Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI declared
"blessed" just four years ago), recognizing that they lived
such heroic lives of virtue that we call them saints. Pope
Francis has also announced a Holy Year of Mercy (more on
this next week, as well as our Divine Mercy study series).