The three parables in Luke's Gospel - The Lost Sheep, The Lost Coin and The Lost Son - reflect different states of spiritual awareness. Some people may not be aware that they are lost (the coin) because they have no connection to God. Others may be aware that they are lost but cannot help themselves, other than to cry out (the sheep). Yet others have rejected God but then see the consequences and decide to return (the son). In each case, God is searching for us, and there's great joy in this! God's love for us is greater than we imagine it to be.

You can access the mass schedule and the daily readings from the above links or from the top menu (Masses).  Our liturgy calendar shows our special liturgical events and masses. Please check the Weekly Bulletin or visit our activity calendar to see the many events we have planned that help strengthen our relationship with God and with one another.

We invite you to visit for access to free Catholic movies, audio, e-books, and study programs.  You will need to enter our parish code to create your own account (please see the Weekly Bulletin for this information).  Other resources to strengthen and inspire us are the Word on Fire website with Bishop Robert Barron and the Catholic Link online magazine. If you have questions not answered by this website please refer to the Contact Us page.

In this Jubilee Year, let us allow God to surprise us. He never tires of casting open the doors of his heart and of repeating that he loves us and wants to share his love with us. The Church feels the urgent need to proclaim God’s mercy. Her life is authentic and credible only when she becomes a convincing herald of mercy. She knows that her primary task, especially at a moment full of great hopes and signs of contradiction, is to introduce everyone to the great mystery of God’s mercy by contemplating the face of Christ.
- Pope Francis, Misericordiae Vultus
We invite all to participate in our active ministry of evangelization. We will be using this page to celebrate our ministries through photos and other media. We look forward to your contributions!
Bishop Chad with Pope Francis in Rome