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  • Confirmation Details - This Holy Sacrament will be celebrated on Sat. May 17th at 10 am. Holy Mass will begin at 10 am, followed immediately by the rite of Confirmation by Msgr. Richard Lane. A lunch...

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Parishioner Business Listing Now Online

Since a healthy community is responsive to the needs of its own members, for the mutual benefit of those in the ‘household of the faith’ we introduced the “Window Wall” of parish businesses. It is time to expand this communication. This website is now able to handle the listing of parishioner businesses. The listing can be found under the "Resources" menu on the left or by clicking here.


Ordination of Rev. Mr. David Franko, FSSP

We would like to extend our hearty congratulations to Fraternity seminarian David Franko. Some of you will remember his stay and help with our Altar Boy Camp two summers ago. He was recently ordained a deacon in Denton, Nebraska, with 5 others. David comes from Virginia Beach. His parents and siblings attend our sister parish St. Benedict's in Chesapeake. To see more pictures of the ordination ceremony, please click here. We look forward to his priestly ordination next spring.

2014 Holy Week Schedule

Pietro Lorenzetti - Entry into Jerusalem Palm Sunday

8:30 AM Low Mass without Palms
10:30 AM High Mass begins with Blessing of Palms (No confessions before or during Mass.)

Holy Thursday

No Morning Masses
8:00 AM Tenebrae (no chanting)
6:00 - 6:45 PM (Only) Confessions
7:00 PM Commemoration of the Lord's Supper; followed by stripping of the altars.
Adoration until 11:00 PM

Good Friday


Feast of St. Joseph 2014

The Feast of St. Joseph was a nice mid-lent celebration for the parish.  We had the privilege of three well-attended Masses this day, crowned by a Solemn High Mass mid-morning.  Fr. Eric Flood, FSSP, was the celebrant, Fr. Novokowsky was the deacon and Fr. Marsolle the subdeacon.  Fr. McNeely helped out the choir and schola.  Fr. Flood preached about the tremendous gift of the Mass, and how we properly conduct ourselves in receiving this gift. A Luncheon Reception hosted


Trail Life Troop 828 1st Camp-out

Trail Life Troop 828 has now completed its first camp-out. 10 boys and 4 adults, including a couple of brothers from the Woodlands group, camped out at Mr. Alf’s farm (a.k.a. the Cheerful Chicken Ranch). The campers set up camp on Friday evening March 14 and packed up Sunday morning March 16. Scouts learned to measure their pace count and used this skill to measure the distance traveled during a hike through the wooded part of the farm and neighboring property. The hike through the swamp was, in my opinion at least, the most fun. Saturday night, campers enjoyed hot apple


Boy's Camp in Pennsylvania

Camp St. Isaac Jogues, July 8 - 18, 2014. Now accepting applications, from Catholic young men ages 13-15 years old!

This is an exciting camp for boys, hosted by priests and seminarians of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter and is located on the property of the Fraternity Headquarters in Elmhurst Township, Pennsylvania.

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