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  • Congratulations!

    Fr. Matt Fase’s Ordination at Notre Dame on April 11, 2015

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    Fr. Matt Fase with his parents Steve and Patty Fase

  • Catholic Services Appeal 2015

     OLC’s Assessment

    $204,390

    VIDEO PRESENTATION

    A message from your pastor: Fr. Tony Russo:

    As Christians we are called to live out the two greatest commandments, to love the Lord your God with all of your mind, heart and soul and to love your neighbor as yourself. (Matt 22:37-40) The 2015 Catholic Services Appeal, So Faith May Flourish, is a great opportunity to exercise these commandments.  Click HERE for more.

  • Children’s Offertory

    child givingWe are pleased to begin a Children’s Offertory Envelope Program here at OLC parish, which will allow our children to place their own gifts to God in the Offertory basket.

    This program IS NOT to raise more money for our parish. The purpose is to teach children the joy of helping others and giving to God out of gratitude for all that God has given to them.

    Beginning the weekend of March 1st, children will be invited to come to the altar to share their gift.

    Comments from Parents

    To order envelopes for your child/ren, click the button or contact the parish office.  Place your order

    Feel Good esp

    Grades PK – 2nd

     

  • Connect in Community – myParish App

    Enjoy sharing and exploring your faith with a positive social media tool!

    This new app for iPhone and Android smart phones will help us connect in community, grow in our Catholic faith and invite others to join in the journey.

    Explore the Features HERE!

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  • Kempf’s Compositions 4-12-2015

    On Divine Mercy Sunday, we reflect on God mercifully leading us into accepting the truth. St. Faustina was given a great message of mercy for us all.  In addition, in the Gospel we had this weekend, Jesus’ mercy is shown to Thomas in the appearances of Jesus after His resurrection. Jesus appears to the apostles… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 4-5-2015

    Happy Easter! Alleluia! He is risen! For the past six weeks of Lent we have journeyed with our Lord in the desert fasting, praying and almsgiving. We have completed our six weeks of intense spiritual training of mind, body and soul. As Disciples of Christ we are called daily to deny ourselves, pick up our… Read more

  • Kempf’s Compositions 03-29-2015

    Every year the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ is read twice, on Palm Sunday and again on Good Friday. Every time that I listen to the Passion I am drawn in and I can feel the intensity. Now with the help of modern technology we can see a glimpse of that reality. I have… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 03-22-2015

    The Veiling of the Crucifix and Mary What is the purpose of covering the crucifix and the statue of Mary in the last two weeks of Lent? First, because the Church gives all parishes the option to participate in this custom. “The practice of covering crosses and images in the church may be observed… the… Read more

  • Kempf’s Compositions 03-15-2015

    This past weekend we heard from the Gospel about the need to clean the temple. However for 11 o’clock Mass we had the Samaritan woman at the well. It’s beautiful to live in the exceptions to the usual cycle of the Church and her liturgical life. It always strikes me that there are times where… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 03-08-2015

    Catholic Services Appeal  – As Christians we are called to live out the two greatest commandments, to love the Lord your God with all of your mind, heart and soul and to love your neighbor as yourself. (Matt 22:37-40) The 2015 Catholic Services Appeal, So Faith May Flourish, is a great opportunity to exercise these… Read more

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