SERVICE AT OLR 2:00 pm in Upper Church 2:00 - 2:45 Adoration 2:45 - 3:00 Benediction 3:00 - 3:15 Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet through song 3:15 - 3:30 Reflection on St. Faustina’s diary
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Dear Parishioners, Alleluia, Christ is Risen! He is Risen Indeed, Alleluia! St. Paul wrote to the Corinthians that if Christ is not raised from the dead, our faith is in vain. As our society drifts further into immorality, uncertainty, and unbelief, it is our duty and joy to explain and defend our Christian faith. The [...]
Please note, there will NOT be sign-ups (Sign Up Genius) for Easter Masses as previously communicated. MARCH 27 Saturday Vigil, Mass, 5:00 pm * MARCH 28 Palm Sunday, Mass at 10:30 am & 5:00 pm, NO Procession MARCH 29 Monday of Holy Week, Communion Service, 8:30 am [...]
Dear Parishioners, One of the most troubling questions for anyone who has thought through their faith is the problem of pain. If God is all powerful and all loving why does He allow us to suffer? Christians are often accused of skirting the issue of suffering, but in fact, the answer to the riddle of [...]
Dear Brothers and Sisters, It is over a year now that we have all been dealing with the COID-19 pandemic. I would like to thank our parish and school staff for helping us deal with this challenge with intelligence, sensitivity and hard work. I am also very grateful for the support and loyalty you have [...]
The two new rose windows to be placed in the North and South transepts complete the cycle of stained glass in the new OLR Church. The existing windows were created by the famed Wilbur Burnham studios in the 1940’s. These new windows are to an original design by Matthew Alderman and Mark [...]
“St. Joseph’s Table” is an excellent opportunity for almsgiving during Lent. In many places (especially where there is a large population of Italians) it is traditional to collect food for the needy on the Solemnity of St. Joseph. The food is displayed on a table (sometimes in a very elaborate fashion) and distributed to the [...]
Dear Parishioners, There are some curious facts about Lent that are not widely known, even among many Catholics. I thought it might be interesting to list a few of them. How many did you already know? The word “Lent” comes from the Old English “lencten,” meaning “springtime” or “when days are lengthened.” As Lent coincides [...]
We are looking for volunteers willing to commit to caring for the flowers and plants in Upper Church on a weekly basis. Please contact Donna Craft at (864) 422-1648 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Parishioners, As we are now well into the season of Lent, all of us should take some time to focus upon the three traditional aspects of our Lenten discipline: prayer, fasting and almsgiving. During this holy season of penance and baptismal renewal in preparation for Easter, we make time for additional opportunities to pray [...]