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4th Annual Movie Night
Under the Stars

 

Saturday, June 11, 2016

 

Movie:  When the Game Stands Tall  ( PG )

Where:  North Parking Lot

Time:  8:30 p.m.

Cost:  Food Pantry Items

 

June St. Joseph Pantry needs canned veggies, fruits and beans as well as cereals (hot & cold)

 

Fill a cooler with your favorite snack and beverages (no alcohol allowed), bring lawn chairs, blankets and pillows to enjoy the show under the stars! 

 

IHM CYO will be serving popcorn for a real drive in movie feel.  Vehicles can be parked in the East or South lots.

 

In case of inclement weather, please find updates on our IHM Facebook page.

Our Mission

 

United in Love to Joyfully Serve

 

The IHM parish family will carry out our mission of Love and Service by:

 

* Demonstrating respect for all people

 

* Seeking unity with the Lord Jesus and one       another

 

* Worshiping and praying through the                 celebration of the sacraments

 

*Promoting the spiritual, psychological, 

  emotional, and social well-being of our faith   community

 

* Supporting continued faith development        for all ages

 

* Pledging our resources of time, talent                and treasure to guide us on our journey          to God.

 

Mass Times

 

Worship with us today.  We welcome and invite you to attend any of our weekday or weekend masses. 

 

Weekend Mass Schedule

- Saturday 5:00 PM

- Sunday 8:00 AM

- Sunday 10:00 AM

- Sunday 12:00 PM (Spanish)

- Sunday 6:00 PM

 

Weekday Mass Schedule

- Mon, Wed, Fri 6:45 AM

- Tues, Thurs 8:00 AM

- Wednesday 6:30 PM (Spanish)

 

Reconciliation Times

- Thursday 5:00-5:30 PM

- Saturday 4:00 PM

- Sunday 5:15 PM

 

Lenten Season Confession/Stations of the Cross Times

-Fridays 7:00pm English

-Viernes 8:00pm Espanol

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Sunday Reading Reflections

Gospel: In Luke’s Gospel, notice the transformation of the disciples in this story. At first they suggest the people should fend for themselves, but Jesus draws them to cooperate with his mission. They distribute the food. What God has made possible through Jesus, Jesus extends through the disciples. The compassionate love of the Father is the work of those whom Jesus sends forth into the midst of human need. This is the tradition that has been handed on to us who celebrate the Lord’s Supper today.