What is the significance of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead?  It is more than a miraculous event.  It is a "sign" of God's promise to raise up all who have died in Christ to everlasting life.  That is why Jesus asked Martha if she believed in the resurrection from the dead. The Christian creed, which is the profession of our faith in God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and in the saving power of God, culminates in the proclamation of the resurrection of the dead on the last day and in life everlasting.  This is our faith and our hope. "If the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, he who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will give life to your mortal  bodies also through his Spirit which dwells in you" (Romans 8:11). God gives us the power of his Holy Spirit that we may be made alive in Christ.  Even now we can experience the power of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus in our personal lives.  The Holy Spirit is ever ready to change and transform us into men and women of faith, hope, and love. Do you believe that the power of Jesus' resurrection is at work in your life today?  Let the Holy Spirit strengthen within you the life and joy of God and the hope of heaven.


Fr. Phil’s Roast Beef Dinner will be held in the parish hall on April 23, 2016 beginning at 6:30 pm. More details to follow.

Additional Mass and Stations of the Cross every Friday evening during Lent beginning at 7 pm.

Monday – Mass at 8 am
Tuesday – Mass at 7 pm
Wednesday – Mass at 9:15 am
Palm Sunday - Saturday Evening Mass – 5 pm Sunday Morning 9:30 and 11:30
Holy Thursday - Mass – 7:30 with washing of the feet and adoration until mid-night
Good Friday – Liturgy at 1pm modified for children with Holy Communion and 3 pm regular liturgy with the reading of the passion and Holy Communion.
Good Friday - Stations of the Cross at 7:30 with Taize music.
Holy Saturday - Blessing of the Easter Foods – 10:30 am
Holy Saturday - Altar Server rehearsal for the Easter Vigil at 11:15 am
Holy Saturday - Easter Vigil – 8 pm followed by a reception for the RCIA in the hall
Easter Sunday – Mass at 9:30 am, 11:30 am and 1:30 pm.
    Please note the additional Mass on Easter Sunday.
Easter Monday - Mass at 10 am

I hope you all have a good week!

Fr. Phil