Leadership Survey for Fr. Robert Pajor

Leadership Survey for Fr. Robert Pajor

Dear Parishioners, Your associate pastor, Fr. Robert Pajor, will soon be participating in the Catholic Leadership 360 Review process. This review process is part of the ordinary structure required by Archdiocesan Policy of every diocesan priest approximately every five years. It is an opportunity for Fr. Pajor to recognize his talents and to grow to become a better priest and pastoral minister. Selected members of the parish staff and parish leadership, your Dean, and myself will be asked to be reviewers using this instrument…

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Sign Up for Ministry Scheduler Pro

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Beginning this January, all of our liturgical ministries will begin using a new scheduling software called Ministry Scheduler Pro. These include lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, cantors, altar servers, ushers, and liturgical writers. We hope that by switching to one platform, we can streamline the process of scheduling our ministries and better serve our parishioners.

Here are some of the features of MSP:

  • Schedules are populated automatically based on availability and preference on ministers.

  • Automatic email and text reminders sent to all ministers.

  • Automated substitute requests can be sent instantly to all other members of a ministry.

  • Families/groups can be scheduled together.

The first step in making the transition to this new platform is to enroll all of our active ministers. The online registration process is quick and easy. Simply follow the link below to get started.

Please keep in mind the following things when you register:

  • Each person must register individually by name.

  • You can select multiple ministries when you register.

  • For parents registering youth: you may use the same email address for all registrants. Please fill out the form for each member of the family using a parent’s email address.

  • Once you have enrolled, you will receive an email with a username and password. You can use this to edit your preferences and availability at any time.

Musicians Wanted for 10:30am Mass Ensemble

Musicians Wanted for 10:30am Mass Ensemble

We are in search of Instrumentalists and vocalists to try and build up our 10:30am Mass ensemble. The 10:30am Mass has a more contemporary and relaxed feel, and the music reflects this style. There is no audition for vocalists. The only prerequisite is a love for singing and the ability to match pitch.Instrumentalists should have solid music/chord reading skills and be able to play at an intermediate level or higher. All ages are welcome! Parents are welcome to have their children join them in the choir area during Mass.…

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Divine Renovation Continued Discussion 2.12.2019

Divine Renovation Continued Discussion 2.12.2019

Values are communicated by what is celebrated, tolerated and presumed. What indicates that weekend liturgies are a priority in your parish?

Budget is a telling indicator of priorities. Priorities change over time, and for a long time the construction/education component in much stronger than social justice and liturgy.

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Update: New Altar Candlesticks & Paschal Candle Stand

Update: New Altar Candlesticks & Paschal Candle Stand

Thank you to all that have contributed to the purchase of our new altar candlesticks and paschal candle stand! We are well on our way to having this project completely funded. We are aiming to have this project completed by April 20th, Easter Sunday. Here is a breakdown of the costs/donations to date…

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Family Centered Mass

Family Centered Mass

This Sunday at 10:30am

You are invited to gather with our community in a special way. Children's Liturgy of the Word (CLW) will be offered, and all children present will be invited to pray together around the altar. No matter what the size or configuration of your family, we hope you consider joining us for this celebration!


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