Sat 5:30 pm - St. Mary's
Sun 8:00 am - St. Joseph's
Sun 9:00 am - St. Mary's
Sun 10:00 am - Holy Trinity
Sun 11:00 am - St. Mary's (Latin)
Tue 8:00 am - St. Mary's
Wed 8:30 am - St. Joseph's
Thu 11:00 am - Pleasantview Home
Fri 8:00 am - St. Mary's
(The times listed above are the regularly scheduled times. Please double-check the schedule inside the bulletin as times are subject to change.)
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Wed 9am-noon, 1pm-5pm
Thu 9am-noon, 1pm-5pm
02/08/16 12:23 am
Vatican City, Feb 7, 2016 / 04:23 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Vatican’s recent financial reforms have the common good – not just efficiency – as their end, said an economist on the Holy See’s financial council.
“With a more efficient system, with the elimination of waste, we would be able to release more funds which can go for the poor and which can go for the marginalized to be able to build more hospitals, to build more educational facilities,” said Joseph Zahra, a Maltese economist who serves on the Holy See’s Council for the Economy, at a Feb. 4 presentation at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.Read More
02/07/16 6:17 pm
Rome, Italy, Feb 7, 2016 / 10:17 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Children has announced member Peter Saunders will take a leave of absence from his work with the commission.
“Today’s meeting of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors discussed the direction and purpose of the Commission,” read a Feb. 6 press release from the Commission. “As the result of this discussion, it was decided that Mr. Peter Saunders would take a leave of absence from his membership to consider how he might best support the Commission’s work.”Read More
02/07/16 4:37 pm
Vatican City, Feb 7, 2016 / 08:37 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The plight of Syrian civilians involved in the nation's ongoing conflict was at the heart of Pope Francis' appeal to the international community on Sunday, in an address where he also called for a renewed commitment to the protection of life at all stages.
“I follow with deep concern the dramatic fate of civilian populations involved in heavy fighting in their beloved Syria, and who are forced to leave everything behind in order to escape the horrors of war,” the Pope said Feb. 7 to crowds which almost filled St. Peter's Square.Read More