R.E. Weekly Newsletter - May 24th, 2021
Sister Cheryl has begun taking attendance of those who used flipgrid during this past year. If you did the lessons with your son / daughter but did not use flipgrid please let Sister Cheryl know so that she can give your son / daughter credit for their attendance in class during the 2020-2021 Faith Formation year. God bless you parents for the great investment that each of you made in the faith life of your son / daughter. Thank you.
Summer break is almost here! Here are some highlights as we come to the end of May, Mary's month and into the summer season. Thank you parents for all that each of you are doing to help your child grow in the faith!
Covid 19 Mass Policy Update
Congrats to our 1st Communicants!
Congrats to the class of 2021!
Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
Memorial Day 2021
How to keep your kids Catholic
Please follow the link to read Father Chris's letter regarding our parish's updated Covid policy regarding Mass.
Covid Update May 20 2021.pdf
A Special congratulations to our students who received their First Holy Communion this weekend. May God Bless them and strengthen them for their continued faith journeys.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021. Job well done!
All are invited to join us at Mass this weekend for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity.
“The Feast of the Most Holy Trinity leads us to contemplate the mystery of God who unceasingly creates, redeems and sanctifies, always with love and through love.”–Pope Francis, May 27, 2018
Sun. 8:00AM, 10:00AM and 12:30PM Spanish
Memorial Day 2021 - Monday May 31st.
On this Memorial Day, we offer a prayer for those who died in service to our country.
In your hands, O Lord, we humbly entrust our brothers and sisters. In this life you embraced them with your tender love; deliver them now from every evil and bid them eternal rest. We ask this in the most holy name of your son Jesus Christ. Amen.
Memorial Day Mass: Monday May 31st. 5:15PM
If you want your kids to stay Catholic, here’s what matters most:
There are plenty of theories about why young people are leaving the Church. Some think we need a more modern approach; others think a return to traditional practices is the solution. But what has the empirical data uncovered? What have researchers found to make a real difference in passing down the faith to the next generation?
Read the Article
on Monday, May 24 at 11:03AM