Saturday:

Confession:  3-3:45 pm or by appt.

4:00 pm Vigil Mass

7:00 pm Spanish Vigil Mass


Sunday:

7:30 am Parish Rosary

8:00 am Mass

9:30 am Family Mass


Monday – No Mass


Tuesday – Friday

8:30 am Parish Rosary

9:00 am Mass


Eucharistic Adoration:

Every Thurs. 9:30 am


Parish Rosary

Every Sunday 7:30 am

Wednesday, August 15th 

The Assumption  

Masses at 9:00 am & 7:00 pm


Thursday, November 1st 

Solemnity of All Saints 

Masses at 9:00 am & 7:00 pm 

MORE INFO

Saturday, December 8th  

 The Immaculate Conception  

Masses at 9:00 am & 7:00 pm 


Tuesday, December 25th 

Solemnity of the Nativity of Christ 

9:00 am Mass 


Tuesday, January 1st  

Solemnity of Mary 

Masses at 9:00 am & 7:00 pm 


MORE INFORMATION ON HOLY DAYS

May 26, 2018
  • 4:00pm Vigil Mass

    May 26, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Sacristans
    Ushers
    Volunteer Network
    Lectors
    Eucharistic Ministers
    Altar Servers

    See more details

  • 7:00pm Spanish mass

    May 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Church Hall

    Sacristan
    Lectors
    Eucharistic Ministers

    See more details

    


May 26th – May 27th 2018


SATURDAY, May 26th, 2018

4:00 p.m. Mass is being offered for repose of Edward and Christina Galvin

7:00 p.m. Mass is being offered for the the repose of Jose Hernandez


SUNDAY, May 27th, 2018

8:00 a.m. Mass is being offered for the Parishioners of St. Francis

9:30 a.m. Mass is being offered for Mary and Ken Lee


Monday, May 28th Memorial Day – The office will be closed and there will be no mass


Next weekend, June 2nd & 3rd – Sign up in the Narthex for the June 24th Blood Drive.


Sunday, June 3rd at 10:30AM – There will be a brief Parent Information Meeting in the Cry Room for next fall’s Religious Education program, grades 1 – 7.


Saturday, June 9th from 1PM – 3PM – There will be a training session for all New and Renewing Eucharistic Ministers. We are in need of more Eucharistic Ministers. Please contact Pat Deacon or see the bulletin to reserve your spot for training and eligibility requirements.


Sunday, June 17th – Save the Date to honor Dad at our Father’s Day Brunch! The brunch will be served after both 8 AM and 9:30 AM masses.


Building Fund Update – There are many ongoing activities at St. Francis for which we are forever thankful. First, for our many ministries that grow and broaden our impact in the community. We are also continually blessed to receive contributions to the building fund. While some of these are for completing pledges, some are new gifts which are also deeply appreciated. The building fund will be used to help pay for approved projects to complete the original building and grounds plan – such as parking and driveways – as these funds are made available to cover the costs. If there are to be any new projects to be proposed, these would need to draw from new gifts to the building fund and other financial resources, as necessary.


Please take a moment to greet your neighbors in the pew.


You will find additional information and more announcements in the bulletin and on our website.


We ask you please to silence your cell phones.

“We are brothers and sisters in Christ who gather to worship God and witness our Catholic faith by serving the community.”

PARISH EVENTS

Hispanic Community Pentecostal Celebration

The grace of the Lord Jesus be with God’s people. Amen.

Secrets only Catholics know…


AMEN: The only part of a prayer that everyone knows.

BULLETIN: Your receipt for attending Mass.

CHOIR: A group of people whose singing allows the rest of the Parish to lip-sync.

HOLY WATER: A liquid whose chemical formula is H2OLY.

HYMN: A song of praise usually sung in a key three octaves higher than that of the con- gregation’s range.

RECESSIONAL HYMN: The last song at Mass often sung a little more quietly, since most of the people have already left.

INCENSE: Holy Smoke!

JESUITS: An order of priests known for their ability to find colleges with good basketball teams.

JONAH: The original ‘Jaws’ story.

JUSTICE: When kids have kids of their own. (haha!)

KYRIE ELEISON: The only Greek words that most Catholics can recognize besides gyros and baklava. (for you non-Catholics it means Lord have mercy)

MAGI: The most famous trio to attend a baby shower.

MANGER: Where Mary gave birth to Jesus because Joseph wasn’t covered by an HMO. (The Bible’s way of showing us that holiday travel has always been rough.)

PEW: A medieval torture device still found in Catholic churches.

PROCESSION: The ceremonial formation at the beginning of Mass consisting of altar servers, the celebrant, and late parishioners looking for seats.

RECESSIONAL: The ceremonial procession at the conclusion of Mass led by parishioners trying to beat the crowd to the parking lot.

RELICS: People who have been going to Mass for so long, they actually know when to sit, kneel, and stand.

TEN COMMANDMENTS: The most important Top Ten list not given by David Letterman.

USHERS: The only people in the parish who don’t know the seating capacity of a pew.

We can do more for The Lord, together....

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