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First Communion will be celebrated on Saturday, May 1st at 11:00 am. We are grateful that we can celebrate together as a group, with proper protocols in place. Please pray for our...
Thank you to everyone who came to our first annual Easter Egg Hunt and made it very successful! It was great to see all of the kids having fun! If you are...
If you or someone you know are in danger of abuse, call 911.Any person with reasonable cause to suspect the sexual abuse of a minor by amember of the clergy, or by...
It is important to us that we have up-to-date contact information for all our parishioners. If you have moved to a new address, changed your phone number, discontinued your land line, or...
A friar in residence at St. Bonaventure in Bloomington MN, Father Goldbach, 82, died March 14 at a hospital in Edina, MN. Father Goldbach served in parish ministry in Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin,...
Please read the attached letter regarding COVID-19 vaccinations used in the State of Michigan. michigan-bishops-covid-vaccines-statement-march-2021Download
We are adding more seats in the church and narthex area, however, they will NOT be social distanced. Everyone should remain 6 ft. apart except for families. Masks are still required. Please...
The current dispensation from an individual’s Sunday obligation expires next Thursday, Feb. 18. Lent is a perfect time to encourage individuals to return to Mass. Beginning Thursday, the dispensation will remain in...
We are discontinuing mass assignments by alphabet. You are welcome to attend whichever mass you are comfortable at but keep in mind that we are still limited to 250 parishioners. All are welcome...
"Thank you Fr. Mark and Fr. Luis for making parents feel comfortable with their children at mass. Fr. Luis mentioned at mass this weekend how nice it was to hear children at mass (with a big smile). His smile at the kids when they "chat" is so kind. We so love you both. "
-Leanne Armock, Parishioner