FAQ

When is the church open for prayer?

The church is generally open on weekdays from 7:30 AM to 4 PM; on Saturday from mid-morning until after the 5 PM Mass; and on Sunday from 7 AM to after the last Mass.

How can I ask the priest to bless my home or car?

You can make an appointment for your home blessing by contacting the office. You can bring your car to the church for a blessing. If you are coming outside of Mass, you should call ahead to confirm the priest’s availability. No donation is expected of parishioners for either blessing.

Do you offer gluten-free hosts?

We supply low-gluten hosts made by the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration and approved by the US Bishops. The only ingredients are wheat starch and water. They are less than 0.001% gluten. Before Mass, you can ask an usher to place a low-gluten host in a separate pyx (container) for you. During Communion, you should approach the priest and ask for the low-gluten host.

How do I support the parish?

Donating to the parish is safe, secure and always accessible via our on-line Parish Giving portal. Parish Giving allows for one-time only, weekly, monthly or annual stewardship donations to both parish and diocesan campaigns. Set-up your account now. If you don’t know your envelope number, please call the office.

If you prefer to have offertory envelopes mailed to you, please contact the office.

How do I request a Mass card?

In-person or on the phone during office hours, or send an email request to Thomas Walheim.

How do I add a loved one to the prayer list?

Please email your request to the office to have your loved one added to the sick list in the bulletin.

Can I view the bulletin on-line?

The bulletin is not available on-line, please email Thomas Walheim to have a copy mailed to you. We hope you will help support our local businesses that advertise in the bulletin.