The quarterly Mass time change will take place on June 1. Weekend Masses will be at 7 pm Sat and 8 am Sun.
Elections will be held in May for the Parish Pastoral Council. If you or someone you know would like to serve your parish in this capacity, please let a council member or Father know. To be a member of the council, one must be a member of the parish, Catholic, at least 18 years old, and in good standing with the Church.
The parish is forming a committee of any interested parishioners to look at a possible Parish Hall update/improvement. Any interested persons should contact Stan Schapmann. In the beginning, this committee will just come up with possible ideas for improvement. This is your chance to speak up about any improvements to the Hall.
Annulments - “Do I need one? How does it work? I have heard it is hard.” The Church teaches that every valid marriage between baptized persons is a sacrament and is considered a permanently binding union until the death of one of the spouses. An Annulment is a process in which a marriage is proven to not be a sacrament. When an annulment is granted, a person is free to remarry in the Catholic Church. There are many misunderstandings regarding the annulment process. If you have questions, please call Father
If you would like to become an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion or a lector, please call Fr. Broheimer. There is a training on Sun 25 Aug in Norfolk and a mandation ceremony with the Archbishop on. Wed 4 Sep also in Norfolk. Attendance at both events is necessary to become a minister.