Traveling Catholics



Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time, February 2, 2015

Lord Jesus, please help me to experience the power of your grace. Let me hear the words that astonished your listeners when you first came to earth; let me witness the divine authority that flowed out of your every word, decision and deed. My Jesus, it’s so hard to stay in tune with your truth; please let me see you, hear you, and love you more and more…
Parts of me are still in chains, Lord. I am still possessed by selfishness. Free me, Lord. Free me from this weight of egoism that keeps me from being all that you created me to be! You are the Lord; come rule in my heart, my mind, my words, and my actions. Rule them all today, tomorrow, and forever…
How many souls are enslaved to sin and unknowingly under Satan’s evil spell – confused, depressed, headed for destruction! Jesus, you came to save them all. Your Church is your sacrament of salvation. Here I am, Lord – send me as your ambassador. Fill me with love so I might bring your light to those around me who are in need.

Weekly Schedule -January 29, 2015 - February 5, 2015

Confession: 9:00am & 6:30pm (First Friday only)
Bible Study: 9:30am
Holy Hour: 3:00pm
Jovenes Para Cristo: 7:00pm

Confession: 7:00am (First Saturday only) & 9:00am
Soup Kitchen: 10:30am
Vigil Masses: 4:00pm & 5:30pm

Masses: 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm (Spanish)
Confession: 9:00am
Jovenes Para Cristo: 7:00pm

Tuesday with Mary Rosary & Holy Hour: 9:00am
Soup Kitchen: 4:30pm
Confession: 5:00pm
Evening Prayer: 5:30pm
Bible Study: 6:30pm

Confession: 9:00am
Women’s Bible Study: 9:00am
Bereavement Group: 9:30am
Mass: 5:30pm

Bible Study: 9:30am
Soup Kitchen: 4:30pm
Confession: 5:00pm



Christmas, hope for humanity. That the birth of the Redeemer may bring peace and hope to all people of good will.

Parents. That parents may be true evangelizers, passing on to their children the precious gift of faith.