There is Hope for Haiti. The OLG Haiti Ministry embodies the Catholic Social Teaching about rights and responsibilities and dignity for all. Our Sister Parish at Saint Louis de Sud and St. Patrick School provided a wonderful update about enhancements at the school, like a new computer lab, tree nursery and mobile health clinic. OLG has had a 30+ year relationship with the people of Haiti. We remember back when it all started and explain how your monetary support continues to help Haitian students and families.
The most sacred time of the year is an opportunity to celebrate the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ. Join us for the parish community events during Holy Week, culminating with the celebration of Easter on April 3-4, 2021!
In the fall of 2020, leaders of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops opened their annual meeting by calling on clerics to advocate for certain public policies, such as legislation that could limit gun violence. Learn more about this pro-life cause.
Lent is a penitential season wherein we are invited to perform “corporal works of mercy" in preparation for the Paschal Triduum. Doing works of mercy looks a lot different within a pandemic, however. The Justice and Charity Council wishes to offer some ideas on how to more fully enter into Lent.
“Supporting the Dreamers, and a path to citizenship” reflects on applying the social teaching that “a country must regulate its borders with justice and mercy” to advocate for finding a legislative solution to legalize the “Dreamers” immigration status.
We invite you to our communal participation in Lent, a season of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Our Lady of Grace has numerous ways for you to make Lent a meaningful, powerful time of preparation in your life!
Our Justice & Charity Council acts to serve those in our community who are marginalized or oppressed. In December, they hosted a free flu vaccine clinic that was open to the community. Learn more about what we did and why we did it here.
Beginning August 10th, daily Masses will take place at 8:30am Monday-Saturday. Weekend Masses will move to 5:30pm Saturday (high-risk Mass with masks required) and 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:30am, 1:30pm (Spanish), 5:30pm (Life Teen) Sunday. We will continue to live stream daily Masses and Sunday 9:00am and 1:30pm Masses.
We've had many people ask how our parish has been doing financially in light of the pandemic. Please see our State of the Parish report for that and more about how we've been doing thanks to so many generous parishioners!