Stations, Retreat, & Early Mass This Weekend

This Friday at 6 pm Fr. Sandquist will lead us in praying the Stations of the Cross, followed by a potluck soup supper.

Saturday morning we will have Mass at 9 am followed by a Day of Recollection with opportunities for Confession. The retreat will close in the early afternoon with Benediction and Rosary. See schedule below.

Sunday morning our regular Mass time is re-scheduled to 8 am. There will be no Mass at 2 pm.

Two Masses this Weekend–Grab the Graces!

Praise be Jesus and Mary!

Fr. Sandquist and seven seminarians will join our chapel workday this Saturday, and so we will have a Low Mass at 8 am on Saturday, and a High Mass at 7 am on Sunday.

The workday is to enclose our pavilion to create a storage space and a workshop. Then we can clear out the social hall and proceed with installing a new kitchen.

What a blessing to close the last Sunday of the Christmas season with a High Mass and seven seminarians to sing and serve! Deo gratias!

Behold the Lamb of God, behold Him who taketh away the sins of the world.

Lord, I am not worthy that Thou shouldst enter under my roof; but only say the word, and my soul shall be healed.

Temporary Mass Time Changes

Not only do we “fall back” an hour today, we have a mass schedule change for two Sundays. Today, Nov. 6th, and next Sunday, Nov. 13th, our mass time will be:

Nov. 6th, Noon

Nov. 13th, 7 am

Then we go back to the regular 2 pm mass time on Nov. 20th.

Patience and How Moms Can Increase It

Are you pulling your hair out in frustration? Muttering under your breath? Giving snappy retorts to innocent questions?

Fr. Zepeda continues his First Saturday conferences for The Confraternity of Christian Mothers today with a live stream on the topic of patience. Tune in at 12:30 Eastern/11:30 Central for Father’s special blend of Church teaching, practical wisdom, and delightful humor that refreshes as it enlightens.

Catch the livestream today at 11:30 Central to be able to ask Father questions after the talk.