Through this sacrament, the church desires to bring strength and healing to those who suffer in body, mind, or spirit. It is not a sacrament to be experienced only near the point of death. Rather, those who are aware of serious illness, as well as those who recognize the many frailties brought about by advancing age, are invited to have recourse to this sacrament. Though all may not celebrate this sacrament, all of us are called to pray with and for those who suffer. Please consider joining in this celebration of God's healing mercy.
The After Party
Friday nights after home PT football games Oct. 19, and 26. Doors open after halftime and close at midnight. Open to all high school students. Learn more about this event, and how you can become a sponsor.
No Confessions Reminder
There will be no confessions, Sat., October 27, due to the Anointing Mass at 11:00 a.m., in the church.
Cemetery Prayer Service
It is only proper that we should remember in prayer those who have fallend asleep in the hope of the Resurrection. St. Barbara Cemetery, Sunday, November 4 at 3:00 p.m. Rain or shine, please plan to join us.