The prayer of the family of faith, the proclamation of the Word of God and the reception of the Eucharist unites us as the body of Christ and transforms us in such a way that we become the instruments of Christ in the world.  The Church says that the liturgy must involve the “full, conscious and active participation” of all the faithful. This means the priest doesn’t “say Mass”, the Mass isn’t an action that depends solely on the priest, lectors, servers and music ministry. What determines a vibrant worthy worship is the involvement of all the people of God: ordained laity—those who are altar servers, readers, ministers of Holy Communion,

musicians or sitting in the pews.


Whether you were born in the parish, haven't "been to church" in awhile, or are new to the faith, we strive to be a warm and welcoming parish. It's a joyous experience and we hope you will join us!


Our weekly message is available free to you and your love one's who can not be with us during our regular liturgies. 

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with this and we are working on a solution to restore this service for you. 


We make our parish bulletin available to you digitally each week. 

Additionally, we offer several months of archived bulletins for your additional reference.


Schedules are available for Altar Servers, Lay Ministers and a variety of clubs. 

We try to keep this information current, but should you have questions, please contact the parish office at (401) 722-4470.