Due to flooding, the Parish Office and Adoration Chapel will be closed until further notice.
Recent Article from Vidi Dominum
Shepherds That Have Failed Their Sheep09-02-2018Fr. Chris Axline
I have no idea where even to begin. I am overwhelmed, heartbroken, angry, but mostly disappointed. Disappointed that innocent people, and all of you had to pay the price for the atrocities of my brother priests. For that, I am sorry and I am praying for you and am also still trying to figure out “how” and “why” this happened. It is alright to be angry, hurt, sad, and whatever other emotions you are facing, I know I have done my own share of shouting and “having it out” with the Lord. But, what we should not do, what we cannot do, is to give up on our faith, or on the Church. The words from Ezekiel ring sharp and true, “I swear I am coming against these shepherds. I will claim my sheep from them and put a stop to their shepherding my sheep so that they may no longer pasture themselves. I will save my sheep so that they may no longer be food for their mouths.” God has heard the cry of His people and revealed the evil that has long been hidden, those brave men and women who came forward, have been led away from the wolves, these wicked shepherds, and they can begin to heal.READ MORE
The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week EXCEPT during 8:00am morning weekday Masses, in which it will be reposed. The Adoration chapel will be open to the public ONLY during parish office hours.
Immediate Need: Tue 2:00am; Fri 2:00am
Every Thursday from 5:30-6:30pm in the Adoration Chapel
Parish Life Communities and Ministries sponsor this hour of meditation and prayer by leading a Pro-Life Rosary and other powerful prayers for the sanctity of life.