Pope Francis has declared Sunday, November 19th, as World Day of the Poor. Let us join the worldwide Church to be “an ever greater sign of Christ’s charity for the least and those most in need.” Here is the message from Pope Francis: https://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco
In the predawn hours of November 16, 1989, an elite battalion of El Salvador’s military forced its way into the Jesuit residence at the University of Central America, or UCA. On that night, soldiers dragged five priests out of their beds and into a courtyard, made them lay face down on the grass, and fired […]
December 3 at 10:15AM in Biss Hall Hear DIRECTLY from our high school students who attended this Ignatian educational and advocacy event in Washington, D.C. See their video and hear how they learned to advocate for and accompany those living on the fringes. Their stories will fill your heart! Don’t Miss this Special Presentation by […]
“Prayer is not supposed to be a substitute for action, but a means by which we learn the right actions to take.”
Friday, December 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary PLEASE NOTE: Evening Mass begins at 5:15 PM Afternoon Mass: 12:10 pm On this Holy Day of obligation, the Parish Offices will be closed.
Room in the Inn Volunteers’ Commissioning November 19- Mass at 5pm and then a Commissioning and reflection of our service, followed by dinner. Reservations required for dinner.
Jesuit Alumni & Friends Mass and Reception photos Oct. 22, 2107 Alumni from 28 Jesuit schools and associations came together with friends to share a common bond of spirituality and a commitment to service. Thanks to the Fellowship Ministry for serving food and beverages.
December 2, Saturday Morning 9:00 am to 12 noon in Biss Hall, below the church With current world events, the concerns of our nation, community and families, it may feel like darkness is creeping in and taking over. Let’s take time to gather together as a Parish and focus on the light. […]
A leading Jesuit liturgical scholar, Father John Baldovin, SJ, speaks with clarity and accuracy about the meaning of the church’s liturgy and the history of its development. Author of numerous books, including Bread of Life, Cup of Salvation, Fr. Baldovin will lead you through and into the prayer of our liturgy. October 29 – Sunday […]
In response to the recent devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, and the earthquake in Mexico, the Church is collecting funds to support disaster recovery efforts. ONLINE GIVING – click this link to make an electronic donation Disasters such as these create situations of great human suffering that are alleviated by our assistance. Thank you […]