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MASS TIMES:
Tuesday 5pm
Wednesday - Friday 8:15am
Saturday 4:30pm
Sunday 8:30am and 10:30am

CONFESSION TIMES:
Saturday 3:30pm or by appointment
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News & Announcements

Chapel Project Compete

Our chapel renovations have been completed, creating another awe-inspiring place to pray in our Church. You can read more about this special project in Fr. Tom's article in the May 3rd edition of our Parish Bulletin.

Adoration

Weekly Eucharistic Adoration will resume on Tuesdays from 1pm-5pm. We will also live stream an hour of adoration for those adorers who would like to join us from home. Note: State Regulations prohibit more than 9 people in the church at one time.

Blood Drive: Thursday, May 14

The Red Cross is hosting a blood drive at St. Francis Xavier on Thursday, May 14 in the Fellowship Hall. Click to register online and to learn about safety measures that the Red Cross has put into place to protect donors.

Easter Season

Our Diocese has put together great resources for celebrating the Easter Season from home.

Virtual Holy Week Bible Study

Click on the below links to enjoy devotional videos that ponder what Jesus did and taught each day of Holy Week, prepared for you by our Faith Formation Team.

Palm Sunday Bible Study

Join us for a look at what happened in the life of Christ on Palm Sunday. We have a video for teenagers and adults and one for children.

Holy Thursday

Join us for a live Mass with Fr. Tom at 7:30pm on Thursday, April 9 via Facebook Live!

Stations of the Cross

We invite you to pray the Stations of the Cross at home, using Cardinal Ratzinger's (Pope Emertius Benedict XVI) meditations.

COVID-19 Update

Bishop Hying has suspended the public celebration of Masses effective immediately. Adoration and private confessions will still be available. We are asking that there be fewer than 10 people in the Church at any given time.
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