“It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do without Holy Mass.”
- Saint Padre Pio
Daily Mass Schedule
Monday - Friday: 7:30am
The Rosary is prayed in the Daily Chapel beginning 30 minutes before the scheduled Mass time.
Holy Days of Obligation
7:30am, 9am (School Mass), 7pm
For some Holy Days, there is a 7pm Vigil the night before
Weekend Mass Schedule
Sunday: 7:30am, 9am, 11:30am,
5:30pm (Teen Ministered)
Low Gluten Hosts Procedure
For those with gluten intolerance we provide low gluten hosts made by the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Clyde, MO. As stated on their website their "breads are made of wheat starch (wheat flour from which much of the gluten protein has been removed) plus water. It’s gluten content is <.001%. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has approved them for use in all dioceses." You can learn more about the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration at www.BenedictineSisters.org.
1, Arrive early at Mass and get the host out of the fridge in the Vesting Sacristy (room where the priests and deacons prepare for Mass).
2. Place your host in the pyx (small gold container) labeled “gluten free” on the tray on the gifts table in the narthex.
AT TIME OF COMMUNION
1. During communion, you go to the line where the priest is distributing communion. (If the priest isn’t distributing communion you still go to the right line at the main aisle.)
2. When you are ready to receive, notify the priest (or whomever is distributing communion) that you are receiving the low gluten host.
Please DO NOT go forward at communion and request a Low Gluten Host unless you have placed one in the pyx on the gifts table before Mass.
Teen Ministered Mass
Our 5:30 Mass on Sundays is ministered exclusively by the teens of our parish, and we are always looking for new volunteers. We need Lectors, Ushers, EHMCs, and new members for our Teen Choir!
Liturgy of the Word for Children
Each Sunday during the 9am Liturgy (after Labor Day through May), children (5 years – 2nd grade), leave the congregation to celebrate the “Good News” in their own style then they return to Mass.
To learn more about the Liturgy of the Word for Children, please click here.
Each Sunday during the 9am Liturgy (after Labor Day through May), children 2 – 5 years old, leave the congregation to celebrate the “Good News” in their own style with age appropriate stories and lessons then they return to Mass.
To learn more about the Little Lambs, please click here.