Homily for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time – October 23, 2016

Mark Twain was a wonderful storyteller and satirist, but he was not churchgoer.  He said, “I wouldn’t go to no church that would accept me.”  He also quipped, “It’s man greatest illusion that the Deity sit up nights to admire him.”  My mom put it much more simply to me when I was suffering from the throes of sophomore-itis, […]

Indiana Catholic Men’s Conference

All men are invited to attend the Indiana Catholic Men’s Conference, “Lions Breathing Fire,” which is being held on November 19 at the Indianapolis Convention Center. Archbishop Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R., Fr. Larry Richards of the Diocese of Erie, Pennsylvania, Fr. James Blount, an internationally-known priest of The Society of Our Lady of The Most […]

Pictorial Directory Order Form

Anyone who had a picture taken during one of the photo sessions for the new pictorial directory will receive 1 free copy per family. However, if you did not have a picture taken during one of the sessions or if you want an extra copy, you must pay $15 per directory. There will not be any […]

Homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time – October 16, 2016

In 1965 the bishops of the Second Vatican Council proclaimed in the pastoral constitution on the role of the Church in the Modern World, “Gaudium et Spes,” “Whatever is opposed to life itself, such as any type of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or willful self-destruction, whatever violates the integrity of the human person, such as […]

Homily for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time – October 9, 2016

“Live long and prosper!’  Anybody remember that greeting?  If you were a Star Trek fan you surely do.  It is the Vulcan greeting that Spock so often flashed when meeting or saying good bye to his comrades.  Shortly before Leonard Nimoy died he revealed that he had told the series directors that he thought it […]

Please Update your Contact Information

We are in the process of creating our 2016 Pictorial Directory and need all parishioners to please call the office with any updates by Oct 31. This includes family changes, kids leaving home, landline changes, cell phone numbers and email addresses. We need you to please call Karen at the parish office to verify we […]

Family First Friday

What makes your family unique? What do you like to do as a family where everyone is involved and feels valued? Family First Fridays are an initiative by the parish and school to encourage our families to spend time together, to pray together, and express their faith together. A fun monthly initiative to put family first on the […]