Archives: December 2018

Glory Be Tea

TICKETS GO ON SALE THE WEEKEND OF NOVEMBER 10/11 Tickets will be available for sale before and after the 5:00pm Mass and all Sunday morning Masses. Tickets will be available in the office starting Tuesday November 13th. Ticket Sales will continue weekends through November 25th if not sold out prior to that date. Ticket price is $15.00 this […]

Seven Sorrows Rosary

The feast of Our Lady of Sorrows commemorates the seven great sorrows which Mary lived in relation to Her Son, as they are recorded in the Gospels or through Tradition. During Mary’s apparitions in Kibeho, Rwanda, she promised that when prayed with an open and repentant heart, the rosary would win us the Lord’s forgiveness […]

Protecting God’s Children

In our diocese, anyone working with children must attend a session of Protecting God’s Children, the child sexual abuse awareness seminar. For more information, click here  

First Saturday Devotion

Confessions Heard Beginning at 5:00 am 15 Decades of the Rosary Begin at 6:30 am Mass Begins at 7:15 am Additional 15 Decades of the Rosary After Mass

Advent Giving Tree

Our Advent Giving Trees are up and just waiting for you to take a tag or two or more so that you can bless others less fortunate with a Christmas gift. Our three trees this year are for children, adults, and HOPE gift cards. If you want to buy a gift for a child – […]

Posted: March 15, 2018 / Categories: Advent
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Red, White and Blue Bunco

This fundraiser helps the Liberty Soroptimist Club fulfill its mission to assist women and girls in need throughout our community. Tickets $20 in advance; $25 at the door $75 for a team of 4 players $225 for a team of 12 players  

Posted: March 15, 2018 / Categories: Special Event - Parish
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Advent Penance Service

St. James’ Advent Penance Service is Tuesday, December 4 at 7:00pm. An important way to prepare for the celebration of the Nativity of Our Lord, is to attend an Advent Penance Service by gathering together to celebrate the communal form of the Sacrament of God’s mercy and focus on the spiritual meaning of Advent. The service […]

Posted: March 15, 2018 / Categories: Advent, Sacraments, Special Event - Parish
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Blood Drive

During Lent, people often focus on what they are giving up, like chocolate or watching tv or gossiping. How about giving up your blood? Not all of it, just a pint. That’s all it takes to save a life or two. It’s easy to do, relatively painless, and it’s the kind of sacrifice that will […]

Posted: March 15, 2018 / Categories: Blood Drive, Featured Posts, Newsfeed
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PASCHAL TRIDUUM

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 […]

Posted: March 15, 2018 / Categories: Easter, Lent, Mass
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That Man Is You!

The current program being presented by The St. James That Man Is You! ministry is The Vision of Man Fully Alive. The Vision of Man Fully Alive enables men to experience authentic freedom as sons of God. Through living the three-fold mission of abiding presence, joyful service and loving sacrifice, their hearts and homes will experience the […]

Posted: March 15, 2018 / Categories: Featured Posts
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