Teaching Mass Survey

The Mass is the most important prayer that we as Catholics can participate in. We hear God's Word and receive the Eucharist, the "source and summit of the Christian life." But how often do we go to Mass and feel like we are missing something? Or perhaps we don't understand the significance of what we are experiencing?

Father John would like to celebrate a Teaching Mass - one where he explains the parts of the liturgy and you are able to ask questions at any time (except during the consecration).

Before scheduling the Mass he wants to hear if you are interested. If you are, please click here to let us know.


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