Spiritual Life & Worship

The Sunday Eucharist is the source and summit of our spiritual life – a blending of the heart, soul and mind. 

Our Eucharist is supported by warm hospitality, strong homilies and good liturgical music. The community claims its Baptismal calling through full, conscious and active participation in the liturgy. The parish experiences a diversity of liturgical expressions and prayer forms.

You can find a list of volunteer opportunities within the Parish ministries by downloading the form here. Then send us an e-mail (or call the Parish Office) to let us know you are interested in being involved in a ministry.

National Eucharistic Revival

Now until Pentecost 2025

In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops launched a movement called Eucharistic Revival, for Catholics across the country to deepen their devotion to the Real Presence in the Eucharist. More information and resources may be found online here.

This November 2023 Northwest Catholic article suggests 4 tips to engage with this Revival:

1. enjoy readings about the Eucharist

2. increase time spent in the Presence of the Eucharist

3. reflect on the words spoken in the Eucharistic prayer during Mass

4. invite others to join you in tips 1 to 3!

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