There will be no Eucharistic Adoration from 7-9 am on Saturday, January 16th, and there will be no public Mass at 9:15 am on the same day to accommodate a funeral Mass.
Disposal of Religious Items
(like the chalk from the Home Blessing Bags and other blessed items)
Did you pick up a blessing bag to have your home blessed? Check out this article about “Disposal of religious items.” (Click)
If you need help disposing of your chalk there is a box in front of the parish office!
Father Fernandes has extended his availability for in-home blessings! If you haven’t done so yet, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your home blessing.
Join Mom’s Ministry this fall for the book study: Mom Set Free by Jeannie Cunnion.
Find out more information – CLICK HERE
The cost of the book would be $10. Please register by September 10 so that we can order and have time for pick up.
We look forward to beginning a new book and sharing our faith together as moms!
Registration is now closed! Please pray for a fruitful retreat for all those attending! May this time with Jesus help them grow and become closer to Christ!
Adoration, Confession, Mass, and Rosary, as well as time for private prayer will be offered throughout the day.
St. Ignatius Women’s Retreat
January 16, 2021
Day begins at 8 am and ends with an early evening Mass
St. Ignatius of Loyola Church/Loyola Hall
Registration is now closed.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Julie Beck 661-6827
Chris Kief 662-8998
This year our guest speaker will be Brad Macke! Brad Macke, our new Director of Adult Faith Formation and Outreach, will be giving several talks on a Catholic approach to redemptive suffering, including why there is suffering, the value of suffering, and how Mary is a model for us. Brad has been married to his wife Emily for 8 years. They have three daughters ages 6, 4, and 2. After a time of reversion to the Catholic faith, he studied at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, DC. Before working in parish ministry, he was a high school theology teacher and campus minister for six years. Brad finds the reality of redemptive suffering to be a constant source of conversion and hope in his own life.
Due to Covid restrictions we have limited seating this year. Please reserve your spot by submitting a check payable to St. Ignatius of Loyola Church to the Parish Office, ATTN: Brad Macke.
Social distancing guidelines, following the directives of both the Archdiocese and the governor regarding public safety, including wearing masks will be expected.