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Weekend Mass Schedule:
Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM &
Mon, Tue, Thurs, & Fri at 8:00 AM
Wed at 6:30 PM
Saturday - 4:00 PM
Individual reconciliation is available at
"The Light Is On For You" event during
the Advent and Lent Season. It is also
available by appointment.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday
(February 10th) and concludes quietly and without ceremony in the late afternoon on Holy Thursday, before the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. Prayer, fasting and almsgiving are the traditional disciplines that mark the observances of Lent. They are meant to lead us, who have already been initiated into the Church, back to the fervor that flows continually from the grace of Baptism. As the Elect (those involved with RCIA) follow their path to the sacraments of initiation, the path of the faithful should lead to the sacrament of Reconciliation, which releases us from sin, restores us to baptismal innocence and reconciles us to God and the community.
Abstinence and Fasting
Fast (only one full meal for those 18 to 59 years of age) and Abstinence (no meat).
Fridays of Lent – Abstinence (no meat).
Saint Blaise Blessing of Throats
The Blessing of the Throats will be held the weekend Masses on February 6 & 7th.
Dear Parish Family,
We want to thank Fr. Paul Ferguson for his 10 years of ministry to Holy Redeemer Parish. He has led us with a servant’s heart, a heart like Jesus, one of compassion and forgiveness. The Parish Staff and I easily came up with this list of some of his many spirit led accomplishments during his time of leadership. As Fr. Paul would be the first to say in his trademark humility, “it takes a lot of people working together…” but his courage and strength when needed brought these to our parish.
The beautiful Mural of the Crucifixion, Adoration Chapel, Encouraged and allowed Junior High Youth Group, Children’s choirs, Greater participation in Mass, Amazing Parish Conference and brought back Walking with Purpose, Legion of Mary, Lending Library, Fall Festival, Training servers in their 5th grade year at Morning Mass, Reconciliation every week after all school Mass, Upgrade to the sound system, and the Overseeing Fr. Bill Wargel’s gift of “the bells”.
Fr. Paul leads by example. He is adores in the chapel every Saturday at 5:00A.M. and in the Parish staff rotation on Thursday at 3:00p.m. He attends the Right to Life March with those attending from our parish and summer Mission Trips with the youth. He is a fourth degree Knight of Columbus and has served as their Chaplain.
Fr. Paul has led the uphill charge to get rid of our debt that he inherited. This has not been easy, short or popular but we see the finish line. And we thank him for his focus and determination.
We as a parish have grown in holiness in these 10 years and promise to continue desiring an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ by embracing the cross as Fr. Paul taught.
Fr. Paul we love you and appreciate all you have done for us. May God go with you as you begin again at Our Lady of Hope.
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