A VISION of the Mother of God. In the midst of a great brilliance, I saw the Mother of God clothed in a white gown, girt about with a golden cincture; and there were tiny stars, also of gold, over the whole garment, and chevron-shaped sleeves lined with gold. Her cloak was sky-blue, lightly thrown… Continue reading Divine Mercy in My Soul
St. Faustina's Gate FOOD PANTRY Beginning Monday, May 18th, the food pantry will be open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call 837-2544 to leave your name and phone number. A pantry volunteer will call back to set up an appointment. This will continue to be a drive up service.
Dear Members: of the Altar & Rosary Society: Please note your Society hopes to be gathering soon and, in this regard, we look forward to continuing our Mission Statement and enjoying the many friendships that we share and enjoy because of our dedication to Christ and His beloved Mother. You will find in… Continue reading Altar & Rosary News…
The Solemnity of Pentecost this Sunday marks the end of the Easter Season and the transition into Ordinary Time. Fifty days after His resurrection and ten days after His Ascension, Jesus Christ sent down His Holy Spirit to instruct, remind, and sanctify the Church until the end of time. He guides us today, especially through… Continue reading Pastor’s Note 5/31/20
MEMORIAL DAY PRAYER God of power and mercy, you destroy war and put down earthly pride. Banish violence from our midst and wipe away our tears that we may all deserve to be called your sons and daughters. Keep in your mercy those men and women who have died in the cause of freedom and… Continue reading MEMORIAL DAY PRAYER
Last Thursday the Catholic Church in many East Coast dioceses celebrated the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Risen Lord into Heaven. Forty days after His resurrection Jesus left our temporary reality in his new glorified human body, albeit not entirely. He chose to remain with His Church in the Sacraments, especially in the Eucharist. … Continue reading Pastor’s Note 5/24/20
Ascension Reflection The Risen Christ spent 40 days after His resurrection, appearing to the Apostles and hundreds of other witnesses in Galilee and the surrounding areas. He continues to reveal Himself today to all who believe and place their trust in Him. We are still not able, for the most part, to welcome Him into… Continue reading Pastor’s Note 5/18/20
The Pastor, Fr. Matt Nycz, walks the parish streets with the Risen Eucharistic Christ ina monstrance. On May 4th, he visited and blessed people and houses from a sidewalkon Grandview and Hawthorne Avenues.