Let Us Repent For Our God Comes

12-05-2021Fr. Anthony Okolo, C.S.Sp

We continue our reflection in this season of Advent when we prepare for the coming of the Lord. Advent is a season and time of hope, when we look with hope to the promises of the Lord to be fulfilled both in the world and in our lives, it is a time of grace when special graces are poured on us to encourage us in our journey, and it is a time we prepare for the coming of the Lord at Christmas, His coming every day and His coming at the end of our lives. Christ has never been away. He is always with us as He Himself said. Hence, what we are waiting for is that Christ may reveal Himself and make His presence felt in a new way, giving us an intense experience of the joy of salvation.


Events and Announcements

Christmas Giving Tree

Grab a scroll (or more) from the Giving Tree and purchase gifts for those that you chose. Please return wrapped gifts under the tree by Sun, Dec 12.


Homebound Ministers Still Needed

If you feel our Lord is calling you to this Corporal Work of Mercy, this ministry of visiting the sick, and homebound, please call Martha at the Parish Office at (928) 855-2685.

Advent Retreat with Mary

Add Mon, Nov 29

Join us for an Advent themed Bible study and retreat with Mary.


Wed, Dec 8 - the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception - is a Holy Day of Obligation

Add Tue, Dec 7 - Wed, Dec 8

Mass times: 5:30pm Vigil Mass, 6:30am, 8:30am, 12:15pm, 5:30pm