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Mass & Confession

Lord Jesus gave us the Eucharist at the Last Supper on the night before He died for us. In this celebration, we participate in the mystery of salvation by remembering the sacrificial death and resurrection of the Lord.

"Dear friends, we don’t ever thank Lord enough for the gift he has given us in the Eucharist! It is a very great gift and that is why it is so important to go to Mass on Sunday. Go to Mass not just to pray, but to receive Communion, the bread that is the Body of Jesus Christ who saves us, forgives us, unites us to the Father. It is a beautiful thing to do! And we go to Mass every Sunday because that is the day of the resurrection of the Lord. That is why Sunday is so important to us." ~ Pope Francis 

Weekend Masses

  • Saturday 5 pm

  • Sunday 9 am

  • Sunday 11 am

  • Sunday 5 pm

Weekday Masses

  • Tuesday at 7 pm

  • Wednesday at 9 am

  • Thursday at 9 am

  • Friday at noon
    Adoration until 3 pm, and ends with Chapel of Divine Mercy

Confession Times

The sacrament of reconciliation is available at the following times or by appointment

  • Tuesday 6 to 6:55 pm

  • Wednesday 8 to 8:55 am

  • Thursday 8 to 8:55 am

  • Friday 11 to 11:55 am

  • Saturday 9 to 10 am

For more information, please call 403-289-2591

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