Jesus said to them ‘I am the Bread of Life; he who comes to me shall not hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst. John 6:35
Sacramental preparation for First Communion requires one year of religious education prior to registering. Sacramental preparation starts in 2nd grade and is offered in both Fall and Spring. Click here for more details and to register.
Why attend Mass daily?
- The Sacrifice of the Mass is the source and summit of the Catholic faith
- Daily Mass is the gift of hearing the words of the Gospel, reflecting on the homily, and the joy of receiving Jesus in the Eucharist
- Receiving Christ in the Blessed Eucharist strengthens us for the daily journey
- Praising God first thing in the morning is important
- The Mass is an ongoing spiritual formation
- The Mass brings us closer to God
Come to Mass. Let’s pray together.
Communion for the Sick and Homebound
Volunteer ministers regularly visit area Catholics who are homebound, hospitalized or live in nursing homes or retirement centers. Ministers provide comfort and service by helping the sick and homebound stay connected to their Catholic faith through presence, prayer, and sharing of the Holy Eucharist. Please call the Parish Office at 817.283.8746 to receive this service or email the ministry leader below.
Homebound - Contact: Brittany Boudreau, Click Here to Email
Hospital - Contact: Larry Coyle, Click Here to Email
Nursing Home - Contact: Barbara Higdon, Click Here to Email