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Remember that you will celebrate the mystery of human love in its most exalted form. Marriage is a communion of love and life between one man and one woman that when it is celebrated among Christians it has been elevated by Christ to the infinite dignity of a sacrament.

The day of your marriage is a very joyous occasion for you, your families and the entire Church, and it is only natural that you are excited and overcome with emotions, but we encourage you and your guests to keep a prayerful attitude throughout the celebration. The day of your wedding is an important milestone in your life. Starting a family is the most important project in your life, one that literally lasts for a lifetime. God willing you may have children one day, which you will also have to bring up in our beautiful Catholic faith through the Sacramental Grace of Baptism.

It is extremely important to be on time on the day of the wedding. If the ceremony is late, it may conflict with other liturgical celebrations in the Church and the priest may have to eliminate some of the non¬essential rites to avoid a disruption of parish life.

Prayer
Throughout the process of immediate preparation for your marriage, the most important element is your prayer for the gifts of holiness, unity and indissolubility. These guidelines are meant to help you prepare for the external aspects of the celebration. However, the most important element is not the ceremony, much less the gown or the banquet, but your own spiritual life. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to meet regularly with the priest or deacon who is helping you to prepare for marriage, to find time for personal prayer and communal prayer with your future spouse and to develop the habit of going to Mass together every Sunday before the date of your wedding and beyond.

Remember, marriage is not a social event, it is not a social construct; it is a communion of love and life between a man and a woman that when it is celebrated between Christians has been raised by Jesus Christ to the dignity of a sacrament, that is, a vehicle of the life and love of God!

Daily Mass Schedule
Monday-Saturday
8:30am in the chapel

Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil
5:30pm

Sunday Masses
7:30am, 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am

Chapel Hours
Daily Rosary
Monday - Saturday 8:00am

Chapel is open
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday
8:00am - 5:30pm

Adoration
Monday, Tuesday and Friday
9:00 - 10:00am

Sunday - Friday
5:00 - 10:00pm

Reconciliation
Saturday
4:00-5:00pm or by appointment

Baptisms
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Marriages
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Parish Office Hours
Monday-Friday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday
8:00am - 1:00pm