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Weekend Mass

Saturday Evening
5:15 pm vigil

Sunday
8:00 am - in church and livestreamed
10:00 am - Family Mass
12 pm - Choir Mass
5:15 pm - Contemporary Music Mass
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1st Saturday Devotion

Pray the Rosary daily, and join us for our 1st Saturday Devotions at 7:15am in church, every first Saturday of the month.  Click to read Bishop Barres' Pastoral Letter "Miracle of the Sun"

Lenten Mondays

Lenten Mondays - 7:15pm Miraculous Medal Novena, 7:30pm Mass, then 8:15pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (with confession available).  This week we welcome home Fr. Lachlan Cameron on Monday, 3/4.  Upcoming presenters: 3/11 Msgr. Jim Vlaun; 3/18 Bishop William Murphy

 

Lent 2024 Stations + Lectio Divina

This Lent, join Fr. Anthony and fellow parishioners in church Friday evenings beginning Feb. 16, at 7pm, for the Stations of the Cross (Via Crucis) followed by a reflection on the Sunday Gospel Reading (Lectio Divina).  Flyer
The Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross will be held on Fridays at 12:30, in church.  In addition, Fr. Anthony will be doing a special Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings, at 7:00 pm, with Lectio Divina following.
Parish Holy Hour

Our next Parish Holy Hour is scheduled for Wednesday, March 20, at 7:30 pm in church; please see the upcoming bulletins for topic and details.

Into The Deep - Lent

Make this Lent a time for Faith! Feb. 14 - Mar. 31. An individual commitment for 10-15 minutes of private daily prayer; a different focus each week; readings and reflections provided.  To register or for more information, contact Thomas Griffin at ThomasG@srolchurch.org.

Faith and Sports

Our next Faith & Sports event is on Friday, February 9, from 7 - 9pm, grades 6 - 8, and 6:45 - 9:30pm, for grades 9 - 12; located in the gym. For info or to rsvp, please see the flyer, or email Adamg@srolchurch.org
Spiritual God Parent Program

Wondering what one person can do to end the tragedy of abortion in our nation. WE CAN PRAY! Not all of us are called to participate in marches or pro-life vigils, but all of us can make a commitment to a one-minute prayer each day, for the intention of a baby in jeopardy of being aborted. Program officially begins Feb. 4; see the flyer for details. 

Sunday Conversations - Is the Church Right?

Join with fellow parishioners to discuss a variety of topics of interest and importance us as we continue our 'Sunday Conversations' "Is the Church Right: What Catholics Believe and Why?"  Sunday, March 10, following the 12 noon Mass, and located in the back of the church; please watch the upcoming bulletins for topic details.