Faith Formation is lifelong! It is necessary to provide the children with the foundations of our Catholic Faith. Our parish faith formation informs, forms, and transforms the person and the community. The OLM Faith Formation program is from Grade 1 to Grade 8. New students …
Photos by Danna Beyo
Close to 50 teens and parents went out to participate in OLM Youth Service Day. They prepared brown bag lunches and care packages for St. Lucy’s Shelter & Hope House. They also did a neighborhood clean up amid the rain. Thanks to all those who …
Mission accomplished! OLM Holy Name Society Food Drive garnered two truckloads of food and $225.00 in monetary gifts that will benefit OLS Food Pantry. The food drive was held the morning of April 2.
Special credit goes to Carmine and Mike who delivered the donation to OLS!
Thank you for everyone’s generosity and support.
(Pictures taken by Jon Camaya, OLM HNS President)
This Wednesday, March 2, is Ash Wednesday. On this day, Christians receive ashes as a sign of our desire to make good use of the season of Lent to turn from sin and to grow in our faithfulness to the Gospel.
Because of the ongoing pandemic, ashes will be distributed by sprinkling rather than by being placed on the forehead. The minister of the ashes will say the words, “Repent, and believe in the Gospel,” as he or she sprinkles ashes on the heads of those who come forward. While sprinkling ashes on the head is not a common practice in the United States, it is common in Europe and elsewhere. The sprinkling with ashes will take place this Wednesday, March 2, during the Masses and the Prayer Service listed below.
7:00 am – Mass
8:30 am – Mass
3:00 pm – Scripture Service
7:00 pm – Mass