In following the directives from the Tarrant County Health Dept. and Bishop Olson, all activities, including confessions, Adoration, and distributing Holy Communion, have been suspended until further notice. The building will be closed to the public.
If anyone is needing the sacraments of Anointing of the Sick, Penance (Apostolic Pardon in danger of death), and Viaticum for the dying, please call 817-510-2721.
I want you to know that you and your families are in our daily prayers. The entire staff, Fr. James and I, are constantly working to support our parishioners every possible way. In spite of the turmoil of the Coronavirus that we are going through, we want you to experience God’s Love through our live streams of the Holy Week Liturgy. Please continue to pray for our Bishop, and all our clergy throughout the world, as they continue to serve the needs of the faithful. I am grateful for your continued patience and understanding during this most challenging time.
Please check the website for updates.
Pastoral Letter from Bishop Olson
"It is incumbent upon us as faithful members of the Church to act with the utmost of solidarity, justice, and prudence in rejecting fear and embracing our responsibility to love our neighbor, especially the vulnerable, for the sake of peace and the common good of our society." The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. The celebration of the Eucharist is at the heart of the gift of Faith that God has given us in the salvation won for us by His only Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord.