We encourage you to explore the many Catholic resources for faith formation as well as the Catholic programs and organizations providing support through difficult times during our life journey. We are here for one another. There is no need to face life’s challenges alone.

Pregnancy Care Center


newborn baby

The Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) is a crisis pregnancy center offering loving alternatives to abortion, and confidential counsel to women who are facing unplanned pregnancies. In addition, they provide sexual integrity education, post abortion counseling, and material assistance to new parents in need (baby items/food). The services are free, thanks to support from individuals and …

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Catholic TV Daily Mass


Catholic TV Mass

Many of us are unable to attend daily Mass but wish we could! Now the Mass is as near as your television or Internet-connected device! Wow! Catholic TV provides a way to view the Mass each day on television or on your Internet-connected computer, tablet, or smart phone. Visit Priests celebrate the Catholic Mass …

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First Saturday Fatima Devotion


Fatima Devotion takes place on the first Saturday of each month after the 8 am Mass in our Church with recitation of the rosary. All are welcome. Learn about the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Brighton

Time for Prayer


Scripture and the Rosary

Prayer is central to our lives in so many ways. Taking the time to pray daily, and with discipline, brings deep, lasting inner peace and strength. Relax and rest in prayer, knowing that the time spent with God is time well spent. But what if I do not have time? Is this really the reason …

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Visiting and Caring for the Sick


Sick & Homebound Ministry Our parish homebound ministry brings the Sacrament of the Eucharist on a regular basis to the sick and homebound of our parish. If you know a family member or friend who cannot attend Mass regularly, please call the rectory so we can visit. Is God calling you to be the extraordinary …

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Christmas Flowers



The Christmas flowers remain on the altar from the afternoon of December 24 through the Baptism of Our Lord, the Sunday following the Feast of the Epiphany January 6, which marks the end of the Christmas Season. Our beautiful Christmas flowers are made possible by the generosity of many of our parishioners who make contributions …

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