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Sunday — Ordinary 32nd

Temporary Mass Schedule this Week       November 8 – November 1

 

 

Today -Lord’s Day       5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                                    10:00 am EST (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 11/14)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 11/15)

 

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Our Creator is the measure of all things

Alternate Gathering Prayer

With your wisdom, power and covenant love, Lord our God, you have created us body and soul so that we totally belong to you. Because of our human weakness kindly follow your mercy and goodness in warding off from us whatever could block our way to you, so that free both in mind and body we may carry out your commands unencumbered with hearts set on doing your will.

 

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

 

Wisdom: The Wisdom of God is what we seek
Psalm 63: Lord, my soul is thirsting for your presence
1 Thessalonians: God’s future for us in Christ is our hope
Matthew: Lord, open the door for us

ALL SAINTS DAY

 

Temporary Mass Schedule this Week       November 1 – November 8

 

 

Today -Lord’s Day ALL SAINTS DAY      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        ALL SAINTS DAY 10:00 am EST (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon ALL SOULS DAY
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 10/31)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 11/1)

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The holy ones of God form the Company of Saints

Alternate Gathering Prayer

 

You are the all-powerful One, Lord God, who can do everything and have so done since the beginning of the world. You have chosen today to gather your people to celebrate the whole company of saints in one grand feast. Bestow on us, your chosen holy ones, to be joined with the countless saintly voices of heaven and earth in veneration of you who have placed in our hearts the unshakeable desire to be joined with our brothers and sisters at peace with you in your covenant.

Sunday — Ordinary Time 30th

Temporary Mass Schedule this Week       October 25 – November 1

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 10/31)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 11/1)

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Christ Jesus as the Good Samaritan always showed his love of God and neighbor

Alternate Gathering Prayer

Lord, the almighty and eternal God, it is within your power to increase our Christian way of living according to faith, hope and love. With the Church we seek that nurturing of yours and spiritual growth at this Mass. And what is more that in our desire to reach the fullness of your promises we ask of you an even greater gift of loving more and more what you ask of us through your commandments.

 

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

 

Exodus: God’s saving love in the Exodus impels us to treat others the same way
Psalm 18: God’s saving love calls us to so praise him by the way we live and say I love you
1 Thessalonians: The living God has rewarded you by manifesting his love in you toward others
Matthew: Every commandment of God comes from and results in loving him and others

 

Sunday – Ordinary Time 29th

 

Mass Schedule this Week       October 18 – October 25

 

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 10/24)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 10/25)

 

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Live according to your image of he one true God, not Caesar’s!

Alternate Gathering Prayer

Lord in your omnipotence and everlasting faithfulness never let us lose our heartfelt devotion to you and your will so that we serve your majesty unceasingly without wavering from your ways as the one and only God.

 

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

Isaiah: The one true God is even King and Ruler over the pagans
Psalm 96: Worship the one true God, all the earth
1 Thessalonians: Your faith, hope and love show you have been chosen by the one true God
Matthew: You have been created in the image of the one true God

 

Sunday – 28th in Ordinary Time

 

Mass Schedule this Week       October 11 – October 18

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —NO NOON MASS (due to funeral)
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 10/17)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 10/18)

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Invitation to the Messianic Banquet

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

Isaiah: The worldwide universal banquet when the Messiah comes
Psalm 23: In the Good Shepherd’s house I will live forever
Philippians: I will have whatever I need from the riches of the Messiah
Matthew: At the Lord’s invitation I will banquet at the Messiah’s wedding

Sunday — Ordinary Time 27th

 

Mass Schedule this Week       October 4 – October 11

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 10/10)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 10/11)

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The Vineyard of the Lord is the House of the New Israel

Alternate Gathering Prayer

Lord, you without doubt are the all-powerful and everlasting God. True to yourself you act out of the abundance of your Fatherly care and do more for us than our human lowliness can beg of you or ever dream of. We ask you now to open for us the riches of your merciful love so that a timid awareness of our sinfulness not hold us back from seeking from you more than our words can express.

 

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

 

Isaiah: The Lord has planted and cared for his vineyard from ages past
Psalm 80: The Lord has made his vineyard fruitful, producing good fruit
Philippians: In Christ Jesus life is good, beautiful, kind
Matthew: God’s Son offers the vineyard to all mankind

 

 

Sunday — Ordinary Time 26

Mass Schedule this Week      September 27 – October 4

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 9/20)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 9/27)

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Zacchaeus the tax collector welcomes the merciful Jesus

Alternate Gathering Prayer

Lord, in your Supreme Power you can do things we cannot. You manifest your infinite sovereignty most of all by your merciful love in pardoning our weaknesses and faults. Unable to reach the fullness of life on our own, we beg you for that faithful love time and time again so that we can continually hasten toward your covenant promises and thereby come to share fully in your blessings of eternal life with you in heaven.

Sunday — Ordinary Time 25th

Mass Schedule this Week      September 20 – September 27

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 9/20)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 9/27)

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Christ crucified and risen
is the wisdom, love, and goodness of our heavenly Father.
His justice is supreme

Alternate Gathering Prayer

As your Son taught us, Father Almighty, your law of covenant life is based entirely on love of you and neighbor. Teach us to observe faithfully what you command in this regard that we be prepared to enter the fullness of eternal life in your sacred communion of heaven.

Sunday — Ordinary Time 24th

Mass Schedule this Week      September 13 – September 20

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday 12 Noon
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 9/19)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 9/20)

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They dropped the stones,
when they recalled how many times God had shown them mercy

Gathering Prayer

As Creator and Governor of everything in the world we ask you, Lord, that you watch over us and see to it that we constantly experience the effect of your loving mercy in such a way that we serve you with hearts that put you first in everything.

 

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

Remember the Lord’s Covenant, and overlook the faults of your neighbor
Psalm 103: The Lord is kind and merciful, slow to anger, and rich in compassion
Whether we live or die we are the Lord’s
Lord, if my brother sins against me, how many times must I forgive?

SUNDAY — September 6, 2020

Mass Schedule this Week      September 6 – September 13

Today -Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday)
                        10:00 am (Sunday)

Monday — LABOR DAY Mass at 8:00 am
Tuesday — 8:00 am
Wednesday —12 Noon
Thursday — 8:00 am
Friday — 12 Noon
Saturday — 8:00 am

Lord’s Day      5:00 pm Vigil (Saturday – 9/12)
                        10:00 am (Sunday- 9/13)

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Ezekiel, God’s watchman
who alerts the people to need for repentance

Prayer for Church
in light of the brotherly love and fraternal correction of the Gospel


Come, Holy Spirit, open our eyes and hearts to our responsibilities within the body of Christ.
See to it that we quickly discern our own weaknesses and imperfections and seek and give mercy in the community of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Grant us the humility to listen and accept it when others lovingly and rightfully tell us our faults and return the favor as needed.
Fill us with Jesus’ brotherly love so that we come to know at the right time and with the right words to help others find again your covenant path and be willing ourselves to welcome your pardon through them in the same way.
Grant that our parish be a community which together constantly seeks a greater response to your love so that we live the Gospel fully in the truth of the Father’s plan of salvation revealed in Christ Jesus.

Based on prayer of Father Raphael Devillers, Belgian Dominican