Ordinary Time Mass Schedule
5:00 pm – Mass
Watch a Live Broadcast of our 10:30 am Sunday Mass
Each Sunday the 10:30 am Mass is web streamed for those who are unable to join us in the Eucharist. The live broadcast starts a few minutes before the Mass begins.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday*, Friday: Mass at 9:15 am in the chapel located downstairs in church. *Thursday's Mass with holy hour is held in the main church.
This Thanksgiving Day, November 27, begin by giving thanks to God at our 9:15 a.m. Thanksgiving Day Mass held in the main church! At the end of Mass, we will again bless bread for you to share at home for your family meal. (Please note that there is no Eucharistic Adoration on Thanksgiving Day).
Looking ahead to Christmas 2014: Please note the Mass time changes. Christmas Eve: 4 p.m.; 6 p.m.; 8 p.m.; and 10:30 p.m. (with carols beginning at 10 p.m.)
All Masses are held in church. Please note that there are no overflow Masses in the PAC.
Christmas Day Mass Times: 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Holy Hour and Eucharistic Adoration follows the 9:15 am Mass every Thursday in the main church, with Adoration continuing until 6:30 pm.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation During Ordinary Time
Saturday: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
1st Thursday of the month: during the Holy Hour after the 9:15 am Mass in the main church.
Anointing of the Sick
3rd Thursday of the month: during the Holy Hour after the 9:15 am Mass in the main church.
Encounter the Lord in Prayer
♦ Benediction ♦ Adoration ♦ The Gift of Prayer ♦ Reconciliation (1st Thursday/month) ♦ Anointing of the Sick (3rd Thursday/month) ♦
The Gift of Prayer Every Thursday Morning Holy Hour
Holy Hour Worship Aid
Each week we invite you and your family and friends to join us in an hour of prayer in the presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. The Holy Hour follows the 9:15 am Mass (about 9:45 am) on Thursday mornings. Both the 9:15 am Thursday Mass and the Holy Hour take place upstairs in the main church.
The Holy Hour includes:
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The Eucharistic sacrifice is “the source and summit of the Christian life. For the most holy Eucharist contains the Church's entire spiritual wealth: Christ himself, our passover and living bread. Through his own flesh, now made living and life-giving by the Holy Spirit, he offers life to men. Consequently the gaze of the Church is constantly turned to her Lord, present in the Sacrament of the Altar, in which she discovers the full manifestation of his boundless love.” - John Paul II
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