Liturgy is the communal prayer of our spiritual community. The Prayer & Worship Committee and the Liturgy Planning Group, in coordination with the Coordinator of Liturgy and Music and pastor or deacon, help our parish prepare when we come together to pray.
Throughout the church year, we celebrate a number of special liturgies, in addition to Holy Days of Obligation and regular daily and weekly Masses. We invite parishioners to get involved with times of prayer that are important to them. Check out our calendar for a current listing of special Masses and opportunities for worship.
- Candlemas and Blessing of the Throats
- Stations of the Cross
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Parish Festival Mass
- Mass with Communal Anointing of the Sick
- Blessing of the Animals
- All Souls Day Cemetery Prayer Services
- Feast Day of St. Teresa of Calcutta (Labor Day weekend)
Each liturgy relies on the help of a variety of ministers with special roles. Do you feel called to serve your parish in worship? Learn more about serving as a liturgical minister.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Archdiocese has given us direction to not utilize choirs or encourage singing due to the enhanced spread of the virus while vocalizing. Only piano and non-wind instruments may be used at Mass.
Music draws us together as the Body of Christ when we pray. Our parish has many musical ministries that make use of the diverse talents of our members as we meet the needs of our liturgies. We are always looking for new ministers to help us worship. Follow the links below for more details.