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Mass Times

Sat Vigil: 5:30pm
Sunday: 8:30am, 11am
Mon-Tues, Thurs-Fri: 8:00am
Wed: 6:30pm

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School

The mission of Resurrection Catholic School is to educate children in the Catholic faith and in life skills, fostering the Read More
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Parish Headlines

  • 2016 Confirmation +

    21 parish youth received the Sacrament of Confirmation on March 1 from Bishop Kemme. Click on the photo below to link to the DropBox site and photos may be downloaded. Thanks to Leslie Ohlman for taking the photos. Read More
  • Marriage +

    Click HERE to see the information from Fr. Jim's October 3-4 homily. Read More
  • PROMOTING A CULTURE OF LIFE +

    Every person we meet has a destiny and a call to participate in the love of God. Jesus came to make that destiny a reality. We, who are his followers, must also strive to honor and respect the dignity of each human being. http://www.lifenews.com/ is a good website that addresses many threats to human life in our culture. Please visit there to remain informed. Read More
  • Catholic News +

    Would you like to read about the news from a Catholic perspective? Would you like to read commentaries about Catholic life and issues? Go here to see a daily gathering of Catholic News and Blogs that report on Catholic issues. Read More
  • Evangelization encouragement +

    Go to Casting Nets to find inspiration for spreading the faith. Read More
  • What is a collect? +

    After the Gloria the priest says, "Let us pray." The prayer that follows is called the 'collect.' It is called this because it brings to a conclusion the opening rites of the Mass. This prayer collects everything that has preceded it. In the spiritual life we cultivate a spirit of recollection. This means that our minds and hearts are on the things of God. To be recollected is to be aware of our origin and our destiny. This past Sunday, April 15, we heard this collect, opening prayer: God of everlasting mercy, who in the very recurrence of the paschal feast kindle the faith of the people you have made your own, increase, we pray, the grace you have bestowed, that all may grasp and rightly understand in what font they have been washed by whose Spirit they have been reborn, by whose blood they have been redeemed. Through Christ our Lord. If you meditate on these words they will remind you of your origin in Christ and the life you enjoy now through baptism. This prayer leads to our recollection of mind and heart. Read More
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Latest Podcast

13th Sunday in Ordinary TimePodcast
by Rev. James F. Weldon
You shall love your neighbor as yourself.
Date: 6/26/16
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Confessions & Adoration

Confessions
30 minutes prior to each weekday Mass
Saturday: 4:00-5:00pm
Wed: 6:00-6:20pm
anytime upon request

Adoration
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Hours with an immediate need for Adorers:
         Thursday  1 am
         Thursday  2 am

          Saturday 4 am

 Partner hours available:
        Sunday 11 pm
        Tuesday 10 am

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