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Question of the Week

Question of the Week – “What is your family mission?”

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Join us every week for a new question.  Whether you are a long time parishioner, or just visiting, we’d love your participation by leaving a comment below.

Tasks have an ending.  Love has no finish line.  This week’s question: What is your family mission?
St Luke has a mission, too.  Check it out here: St Luke Vision

You can also comment using the form below (you may have to click on “Continue Reading”), and come back later to see what others are saying.

Mass Times

Christmas Schedule 2017/2018

4th Sunday of Advent (Normal Weekend Mass Schedule)
Dec 23rd 5PM Vigil – Dec 24th 9AM & 11AM

Christmas Eve Masses, December 24th
4:30pm Family Mass – 7:00pm mass – 10:00pm mass
Caroling will being 30 minutes prior to each mass

Christmas Day Mass, December 25th
10:00AM Mass


Holy Family, Dec 30/31 (Normal Weekend Mass) – 5pm Sat Vigil · 9am & 11am
Mary the Mother of God, Jan 1 – 10am
Epiphany, Jan 6/7 (Normal Weekend Mass) – 5pm Sat Vigil · 9am & 11am
Baptism of the Lord, Jan 8 – 9:30AM School Mass

Question of the Week

Question of the Week – “How can you soften your heart?”

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Join us every week for a new question.  Whether you are a long time parishioner, or just visiting, we’d love your participation by leaving a comment below.

Sometimes a hardened heart can prevent us from experiencing the joy we’re so eager to receive.  We have one job.  This week’s question: How can you soften your heart?

You can also comment using the form below (you may have to click on “Continue Reading”), and come back later to see what others are saying.

 

Question of the Week

Question of the Week – “What makes you feel most free and alive?”

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Join us every week for a new question.  Whether you are a long time parishioner, or just visiting, we’d love your participation by leaving a comment below.

The end of the year can feel like speed bumps to help us stop and realize what is important.  This week’s question: What makes you feel most free and alive?

You can also comment using the form below (you may have to click on “Continue Reading”), and come back later to see what others are saying.