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Throughout the liturgical year, the Catholic Church makes certain changes to the Mass to reflect the liturgical season. Next to the change in the color of the priest’s vestments, the absence of the Alleluia during Lent is probably the most obvious. There is a long-standing tradition for suspending the use of Alleluia from Shrove Tuesday which is the day before Ash Wednesday until Easter Vigil.

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Fr. David Mulholland’s weekly Pastor Letter.

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Lent is a wonderful time to celebrate the reconciling love and the healing graces our Lord offers us. Like all religious experiences, it takes preparation.

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We’re seeing a new spin on gift card scams. This time, scammers are pretending to be our pastor. They’re asking parishioners for gift card contributions to a worthy cause.

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Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal way. No pressure. No follow up. And the best part— it is FREE!

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Make your stewardship commitment today!

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There seems to be a lot of “financial asks” coming from the church lately. How are we expected to support all of them?

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You can double your gift to the Annual Catholic Appeal in a few easy steps!

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The word liturgy defined actually means “the work of the people.” Our God wants us to actively participate, to be fully engaged in our prayers and responses, to be a part of this great mystery of our Mass.

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Every so often we are asked why we don’t offer gluten-free hosts for communion. Although it would be wonderful to be able to do so, the Vatican has stated that hosts that are completely free of gluten are invalid matter for the celebration of the Eucharist. Hosts valid for consecration must be made with some degree of wheat.

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