Here is what is happening at St. James during the Advent Season through Christmas. FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT – December 2 Masses – 7:30am, 9:15am, 11:00am, 6:00pm RECONCILIATION SERVICE – December 4 – 7:00pm FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION – December 8 – Vigil Mass – December 7 at 7:00pm – Feast Day Masses – December […]
The Feast of the Holy Family celebrates the human family unit, as well as the ultimate family unit: Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. The Holy Family is the name given to the family unit of Jesus: The Divine Son of God Jesus, his mother the Virgin Mary, and his foster-father Joseph. We know very little about […]
We wish all of you a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving Day. Take a few minutes to give thanks to God for the blessings He has given you and your family this year. May you and your families continue to know and experience the Generosity of God’s Goodness at this Thanksgiving time.
The final three days of Lent are known as the Paschal Triduum. HOLY THURSDAY MASS OF THE LORD’S SUPPER – 7:00pm When the Mass ends, the consecrated Host in the monstrance is carried in solemn procession to the “Altar of Repose” remaining ‘entombed’ until the communion service on Good Friday. GOOD FRIDAY GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE […]
On New Year’s Day, the octave of Christmas, we celebrate The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God honoring Mary’s motherhood of Jesus. The title “Mother of God” is a western derivation from the Greek Theotokos, which means “God-bearer”. On this day, we are reminded of the role that the Blessed Virgin played in the plan […]
The Fifth of the Five First Saturdays Devotion will be held at St. James on Saturday, September 7, with confessions heard at 5:30am, 15 decades of the Rosary said at 6:30am, and Mass at 7:15. The Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, appeared 6 times to 3 shepherd children; Lucia Santos and her cousins […]
The most important of all Marian feasts, the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, commemorates the death of Mary and her bodily assumption into Heaven. This is a Holy Day of Obligation.
Easter Sunday Mass Times 8:00 am in the church and the gym 10:30 am in the church and the gym There is no 6:00 pm Mass on Easter Sunday
All Saints Day is a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass times are 6:30am, 9:00am, and 7:00pm. On this day we honor all saints, known and unknown. While we have information about many saints, and we honor them on specific days, there are many unknown or unsung saints, who may have been forgotten, or never been […]
Please note that as of Monday, June 3, all weekday Masses will begin at 8:15am.