Holy Eucharist

"He was made known to them in the breaking of the bread."
Eucharistic Celebrations

Daily Mass is 8:15AM, Monday-Saturday.

Weekend Masses are 5PM Saturday and 8AM, 10:30AM, and 12:15PM Sunday.

Holy Days are 7PM Vigil, 8AM and 7PM

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First Communion

Adults receive preparation for this sacrament in the RCIA sessions.

Children in the second grade or higher should attend Parish Religious Education classes or have been in a parochial school for the year prior to receiving the sacrament. Contact Lea Weaver at 853-0135 for more information or use the contact form below.

Ministry to the Sick

If you or a loved one cannot make it to our masses due to hospitalization or long-term illness and still wishes to receive Holy Communion, please contact us.  Please contact the Parish Office at 853-7468 or use the form at the bottom of the page.

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Low Gluten Hosts

We have low gluten hosts available for those with allergies. For weekend Masses, at the beginning of Communion, please go to the right side of the main aisle up front by Father and an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion will be there to give you the low gluten host. For daily mass, speak to Father directly.