3/18 Coronavirus Update


SPIRITUAL COMMUNION

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the most Blessed Sacrament. I love You above all things and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there, and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.


YOUR HOME
YOUR FAMILY
YOUR FAITH

A new means of offering Spiritual Food to our people.

We are called during times of great distress to reflect on the things that are the most important in our lives.  Of those things are your faith and your family!  We have an opportunity now that we’ve not had in the past.  It is time for us to take back our families and start our growth together in faith.

Over the course of this pandemic you will be able to receive Spiritual Food digitally from your parish family. At pre-scheduled times during the day you can log on to Facebook Live and participate in prayer and faith growth opportunities.

10am DAILY

Daily Mass readings and a Gospel Reflection hosted by Fr. Tony, Fr. Andrew, Logan and Dcn Jim.

12pm DAILY

Angelus Prayer followed by a short lesson on a Marian Apparition.  Hosted by Josh Hanson & Luke Grant.

3pm Divine Mercy 

Divine Mercy Chaplet led by Fr. Tony, Fr. Andrew and Logan.

7pm Rosary

Most Holy Rosary led by staff and ministry leaders.  We will conclude each with the St. Michael Prayer of Protection

5:30pm Friday Nights

We will lead the Stations of the Cross with Ministry Leaders and Staff.

Are you called to be a Prayer Leader for the rosary or stations of the cross?  Please contact Nickie Wentworth at nwentworth@olcparish.net

No Mass? No Adoration?
Is the Church closed?

Answering some common questions.

Bishop Walkowiak issued a directive on Tuesday, March 17, stating that we cannot have any public liturgy or prayer until April 5th.  The directive also closed all Adoration Chapels.

Although our Adoration Chapel has been closed, we were given permission to allow our faithful to come to the church to pray to Christ present in the Tabernacle.  For this reason, starting tomorrow, the church sanctuary (main church) will be open for private prayer during normal office hours and Mass times.  Please enter through the commons.  You do NOT need to check in with the parish office.

Monday – Friday: 9am-4pm
Saturday: 3pm-6pm
Sunday: 9am-12pm

Please practice healthy practices like using hand sanitizer and sitting apart from your neighbors.  Feel free to spread out in the church.