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Mass Times

Sun7:00am, 9:30am & 5:00pm
1st & 2nd Sun11:30am (Croatian)
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri7:00am
Tue7:00am & 6:00pm
Sat Vigil4:00pm

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Confession Times

Wednesday4:30 - 5:30pm
Saturday8:30 - 9:30am
Other times by appointment

How to go to ConfessionExamination of Conscience


All parishioners and guests who are not scheduled Adorers are encouraged to visit our Adoration Chapel, which is open to the public during normal Parish Office business hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm.

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Rosary & Chaplet of the Divine Mercy
Monday-Saturday after the morning Mass

Miraculous Medal Novena
Tuesday evening at 6:45pm

First Friday Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
First Friday of the Month after the 7:00am Mass

First Saturday Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
First Saturday of the Month after the 8:00am Mass



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The Great Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard

09-21-2023  |  Fr. Kilian McCaffrey

Of all the parables, this is my absolute favorite. I have been studying it for over 15 years, and I am still learning more about it. Why so? Because I’m still learning about the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven. I also see it as the Parable of Hope. I was turned on to this parable by Stu Long while we were in Seminary. He told me the story of when he was working at Harbor View Hospital in Seattle. He was taking a course called Clinical Pastoral Education (or CPE), learning the ropes of hospital ministry.

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The Last Shall Be First

09-21-2023  |  Deacon Bill Schneider

The first will be last and the last will be first. Now that really is a paradox, and we just can’t understand it. Maybe this is one of those parables we can ignore or just forget? It is so unfair, and it certainly does not fit into our style of life these days. Maybe it is a mystery, just as life is a mystery. Isaiah is right when he says, “God’s thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways God’s ways.” We will never understand God’s ways nor His generous love unless we let God be God with a deep trusting faith, knowing Him as Father who cares for all that He has created.

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Our world is hurting. We all need healing, yet many of us are separated from the very source of our strength. Jesus Christ invites us to return to the source and summit of our faith: his Real Presence in the Eucharist.

The National Eucharistic Revival is a movement to restore understanding and devotion to this great mystery here in the United States. Watch the video to learn more about the exciting journey ahead and how you can be a part of it!