Daily Mass Schedule

Saturday - 5:00PM Mass          Sunday - 9:00AM Mass & 11:00AM Mass

Monday & Tuesday Mornings - 9:00AM Communion Service
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Mornings - 9:00AM Mass

Reconciliation (Confession) on Saturdays at 11AM and 4:15PM,  or by appointment
Picnic 2015
The 37th Annual Holy Spirit Picnic was a huge success. The hot dogs, corn on the cob, ice cream and homemade dishes were absolutely delicious. Some of the activities included: horse shoes, pie baking contest, pie eating contest, face painting, tug-o-war and many inflatable slides and bounce houses for the kids.

Tri-Bute Concert 2016

The Trib-Bute Concert Saturday night started with a rousing rendition of the national anthem by our own Paul Alflen which brought people to their feet, an occurrence which happened throughout the night as people got up to dance and enjoy the evening.  Those of you there even saw Father Wayne in the conga line.

 

The Paradise Band led off the night with a good dose of Rock Ďn Roll that brought the church grounds to life.  Sunny Florida (yes, thatís his stage name) took us to Margaritaville and we finished off with a Cheeseburger in Paradise.  Throughout the evening, Jake and Elwood roamed the grounds taking pictures with everyone they met before taking the stage as the Soulmen.  The crowd stood and cheered after three hours of great music to salute the bands that entertained us, and we were all rewarded with a Journey encore and we Didnít Stop Believing.

 

Heartfelt thanks to the Parish Finance Council for bringing the concert to Holy Spirit, the Menís Club for set-up and the facilities, and the Womenís and Menís Clubs for manning registration and all the stations of food, drink and raffles.  The evening was a rousing success, so spread the news.  Weíre going to do it all over again next year before the 2016 Parish Picnic.


 

 

"The Gospel is the message of the love of God who, in Jesus Christ, calls us to participate in his life.  Therefore, this is new evangelization:  to become conscious of the merciful love of the Father in order that we may become pure instruments of salvation for our brothers. "

-- From "People Expect the Church to Walk with Them and Bear Witness to the Faith," Pope Francis, May 29, 2015


We Have An Invitation For You 

We invite you to visit our St. John Paul II Perpetual Adoration Chapel!

Find out more about our Adoration Chapel.

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Mission Statement
Guided by Christ's words, "Love one another as I have loved you," we are called to be a welcoming and ministering community that continues the mission of our Lord, Jesus Christ through worship, faith formation and service.

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