Pictured is Lynn pitching in to help clean-up her “vacation” Parish, St. Aloysius, along with her husband David last Fall.
Lynn was battling cancer, but that didn’t stop her from always smiling and making our days brighter by her cheerful greeting. Although she had to use a cane, she joyfully helped with the gardening chores of the Parish.
Lynn passed away on March 17 and she is deeply missed by her “Parish family”. We pray she enjoys the beautiful heavenly garden that we are sure God has for her.
IMPORTANT: Reference the Current Bulletin (link on ths web site) for the detailed Christmas, Holy Week or Easter Schedules)!
Mass Times: St, Aloysius Parish
Thursday Morning 9 AM
Saturday Evening (Spanish language) 7 PM
Sunday Morning (English) 9 AM
Mass Times: Mary Star of the Sea Mission
Wednesday & Friday 9 AM
Saturday (Spanish language) 5 PM
Sunday (English) 11 AM
First Friday Mass and Pot Luck
Bi-lingual Mass at St. Aloysius 6 PM first friday of each month
Potluck / social immediately afterward.
Countless of our warriors carry visible and invisible “wounds of war.” Whether they suffer physical, mental or spiritual trauma, their wounds are the result of their sacrifice and dedication to the protection of our great nation and the American people.
It is now our turn to reach out to them and their families, to help free them from isolation and brokenness and aid them in their search for healing, peace and reconciliation. Join our efforts by supporting the annual Warriors to Lourdes.
Check out this great inspirational video!
First in the run is Not Your Average Joe, the story of 25-year-old Joe Reali. Passionate football player and fan, he set aside his love of sports to be at his mother’s side during her battle with cancer. This kind of selflessness characterized Joe’s everyday life until his sudden death in 2015. In this feature, Joe’s family and friends bring their memories of this devout and fun-loving young man to the screen.
Click on video for inspirational message on Blessed Father Stanley Rother... Farmer, Priest, Martyr
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