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By Your Love: A Healing Parish Mission

Our Family of Four Parishes invites you to attend “By Your Love: A Healing Parish Mission” presented by musician and retreat leader Jeanne Cotter. With Pope Francis’ focus on healing wounds first, Jeanne will help us open our hearts to God’s healing love and reflect upon how to share that healing love with all we…

Children’s Choir Forming Now!

We are forming a children’s choir at Three Holy Women Parish for children ages 6-13. Our goals are simple: -to actively engage children ages 6-13 in the ministry of music -to inspire children to worship God through the act of music-making -to provide a value-added experience for young families through free music education Rehearsal days…

St. Rita Bricks and Ground Turning Ceremony

Commemorative Bricks Capri Communities has scheduled Saturday, September 29 from 9:00 am – 11:00 am as a time parishioners can stop by St. Rita’s and pick up a commemorative brick. If you are unable to make that date you will be able to get a brick at the October 12 ground turning. Ground Turning Ceremony…

Fr. Mike Reflects as He Prepares to Retire

There will be four different opportunities to say goodbye to Fr. Mike in the coming weeks. Saturday, June 2 after the 4:00 pm mass at Our Lady of Divine Providence-St. Casmir Sunday, June 3 after the 9:30 am mass at SS. Peter & Paul Saturday, June 9 after the 4:30 pm mass at Old St.…

Calling All Seekers

If you are seeking to know Jesus in a deep way, we are seeking YOU! We are looking to build a community of people who want to dive deep into the heart of Jesus and follow him as disciples. If this sounds like you at all, we want to invite you to hear more. Where:…

Lenten Music Reflections Part 3

Encounter – Share the Journey “Praise and Honor to you our Lord Jesus Christ” The tune of this year’s Lenten Gospel Acclamation is a Latin Kyrie.  Many of you will recognize the tune. My hope is that this acclamation brings beautiful history of our Catholic tradition to life again – the Gregorian chant and the…

Last Mass at St. Rita

Mille grazie, Cass Street St. Rita! Since 1936, the building at 1613 N Cass Street has served as well. It has been the site of Masses, Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, weddings, funerals and a few confessions! It has been home. We inherited it as a family facing the uncertainty of these present times, knowing that our…