Christmas Mass Times
Christmas Eve 3:30pm Children’s Pageant
Christmas Eve 4:00pm Mass
Christmas Eve 11:00pm Music Prelude
Christmas Eve 11:30pm Mass (aka Midnight Mass)
Christmas Day 9:00am Mass
Weekend Mass times
*There is no longer a Sunday 4:45pm Mass. If you are in need of attending a Sunday evening Mass please consider attending:
All Saints Parish (St. Anthony Church)
704 North 1st Ave
Weekday Mass Times (12/11-12/15)
Monday 8:00am Communion Service
Tuesday 8:00am Mass
Thursday 8:00am Mass
Friday 8:00am Mass
*Low gluten hosts available upon request.
Saturday: 4:00-4:40 PM
*Opportunities for individual reconciliation before Christmas:
December 21st 7:30 PM, 9:30 PM
December 22nd 6:30 PM, 8:30 PM
Or by appointment.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Please make a note
* Please Note: The Parish office will be closed on Friday December 15, 2017 for the Installation of Bishop Joseph Siegel.
* The Parish Office will be closed from Dec. 25, 2017 through January 1, 2018. We will be open regular business hours on December 22, 2017.
View our Holy Redeemer Parish Directory:
Find our parish directory online. To view the parish directory you will need a password. Please contact the parish office to receive this information.
From our Pastor:
Last weekend I gave a fiscal year end presentation and asked for a pledged renewal of stewardship of treasure. It certainly isn't the most exciting part of my priesthood, but I know that it is necessary so that our parish family is better informed on how things are going and how your giving is being used. We all need a reminder yearly as well about how we are giving and called to give sacrificially to make even more possible at Holy Redeemer. If you did not get to hear the presentation or would like to relisten to it and see the handout, please click here. There is a page dedicated to both. We have much to celebrate as we heard & saw this last weekend. If you were not with us at Masses at Holy Redeemer last weekend or didn't complete the pledge card, I ask you to prayerfully consider completing it to be turned in soon. You can drop it in the collection basket or mail/drop it off to the office. We will be following up with everyone we have not heard from after the first of the year so that we can have a better idea of our Sunday and Holy Day giving as we'll approach our new budget. It is only with all of us together that we can continue our great strides as a parish family.
We continue our Advent journey as the great celebration of Christ's birth quickly approaches. In the midst of the busyness of the season, are you prepared to truly celebrate Christ's birth with more than just greeting cards, baked goods, presents and decorations? There is still a week left. Take the time this week to slow down from all that society tells you that you must be doing & prepare your heart. Look at the daily scripture readings, make the time for reconciliation, take some time in prayer maybe even in the adoration chapel, make it to Mass an extra day this week...there are countless ways that you can be more prepared over this next week. Don't let the opportunity slip past you because you are too focussed on so many other things.
Fr. Jason Gries