Resurrection: Thursday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 pm.

This special All Soul’s Day Mass is for the intention of all deceased members of our faith community, especially those who passed away this year. This year we also remember those lost due to COVID, those lost due to natural disasters, those who have died as a result of war and persecution. The Church takes this day each year to remember all those who have died and have “gone before us marked with the sign of faith.” In faith, we believe that we remain united with our loved ones because the Kingdom of God is not bound by death. All parishioners are invited to attend this special Service.

If you would like to participate by lighting a candle in memory of a loved one who passed during the period time of November 2022 thru the end of October 2023, kindly arrive by 7:20 pm for their name to be listed.

All Souls Envelopes

Our Catholic tradition encourages us to offer prayers for the eternal rest and beatitude of those who have died. The month of November is set aside as a time of special remembrance of our loved ones who have died.  “All Souls” Envelopes are located in the envelope center in the commons and in the parish office. We invite you to join in our family of prayer by using the “All Souls” Envelopes and submit the name(s) of a loved one who has died. Write down your loved one’s name(s) and place your offering in your “All Souls” envelope.  Envelopes are to be returned on or before October 31. You may put them in the collection basket or turn them in at the Parish Office. These envelopes will be placed on our altar for the month of November, as a prayer of gratitude for the memory, for the person, for the love that continues to bind you together. “All Souls” names will be divided and given to our clergy, who will pray for your departed loved ones at all masses in November.