Please join us as we strive to move our parish further into the 21st century with an updated website and now a parish blog. We still have our parish Facebook pages (see home page for links), but we realize not everyone uses Facebook, hence the updated website and blog. The plan is to update the blog with current events happening in our parishes along with some Catholic reflections for each liturgical season. The website will be updated frequently, like the Facebook page, with an updated Calendar of upcoming events, and other information about parish ministries and activities. So please check back at least weekly. If you have any questions or items to submit (for all three parishes), please contact Jessica or John Spracklen, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we close out the first Sunday of Lent, please continue to pray for our parishes as we continue to grow and change in an effort to bring Christ's light to our communities. May this Lenten season be a time of spiritual growth and a deepening understand of God's love for us all. God bless each and every one of you!
"Lent is to be lived as a time of conversion, of personal and communal renewal through drawing close to God and confident adherence to the Gospel." - Pope Francis (3/5/14)