The 44th Annual March for Life in Washington, DC

The 44th Annual March for Life in Washington, DC will be held on Friday, January 27, 2017! You are invited to be part of the special delegation. Our parish has reserved a motor coach to transport us to the nation’s capital where a throng of over 500,000 faith-filled Americans will seek the legal protection of pre-born human life.  It will be a peaceful, prayerful, patriotic day. Please join us, especially if you have never  witnessed a March For Life. It will be an experience of a lifetime. The day will be filled with sights and sounds of joy and purpose that […]

A Note from Fr. O’Neill about Daily Mass

One often overlooked treasure of the Catholic way of life is daily Mass. It is elegant in its simplicity. Sunday Mass can be a rather demanding experience. The church parking lot is usually full. The church is often crowded, the coveted back and end pews are filled early! A willingness to participate by singing and responding is assumed. Announcements about practical concerns (like the parish response to the Annual Catholic Appeal!) may diminish the spiritual focus. The Sunday parish liturgy is the worship of the community which demands active involvement. In contrast, the daily Mass environment is less crowded and […]