Our parish will sponsor a Book Club during Lent as we read David Haas' book, "Rejoice and Be Glad: Yours is the Kingdom of God. We will meet on bi-weekly on Tuesdays beginning on March 19 following the 12:10 Mass. Please contact the parish office for more information, to purchase the book and to register.
As we begin our Lenten practice of almsgiving as a community, you are invited to participate in a collection throughout Lent that will be dedicated to our local sisters and brothers who find hope through City of Angels, a local organization that seeks to guide people with addictions to treatment and support them in their recovery. As the weeks of Lent unfold, it is suggested that you give up some item that week and contribute that amount to the family's housing. A collection box is located near the cross in the church.
Additional parking for Mass on Christmas and Weekends is available nearby directly behind 185 Nassau Street (the old Nassau Street School). It can be reached by turning on to William Street from Washington Road (it will be on your left) or going down Charlton Street (directly across from the Church) and taking the first right on to William Street. The lot will be on your right.
Our parish is now steaming live our Sunday 10:00 am Mass on our parish website for those who are home bound and unable to attend Sunday Mass. Simply click on the image of the Church to right to start the media player. An archive of the Mass will also be available for on demand viewing. Please contact the parish office for more information or if you are having any difficulty.
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