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OUR VISION Creating disciples and living the stewardship way of life. OUR PURPOSE To embrace our evangelizing zeal and rich traditions in order to nurture and inspire others to passionately live out their Catholic faith.

Mass Times


Saturday: 5:15pm
Sunday: 6:30am, 9am, 11am, 5:15pm
Monday-Saturday: 6:30am
Monday-Friday: 8:00am
Tuesday-Friday 5:30pm

Confession Times

Monday-Friday: 7:30-7:50am
Tuesday-Friday: 5:00pm
Saturday: 3:30-5:00pm


Latest Homily

"Love one another as I have loved you"Podcast
by Fr. Andrew Heiman
Listen to Father Andrew Heiman's homily from the Fifth Sunday of Easter.
Date: 5/19/19
Click to Listen

Other Parish Events & News

  • Altar Society News +

    Altar Society is selling excess items from the kitchen for a suggested donation. These items will be available at Sunday Read More
  • Summer Challenge 2019 +

    The Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church Summer Prayer Challenge is here! The cards are available in all church entrances. Help advance Read More
  • Wedding Coordinator +

    Unique opportunity to serve our parish as Wedding Coordinator! No experience necessary. Individuals or couples. Our Wedding Coordinator Ministry has Read More
  • Diocesan Senior Appreciation Mass and Luncheon +

    The Blessed Sacrament Encore group will join Bishop Kemme for the Diocese Senior Appreciation Mass and Luncheon. Thursday, June 6th~Mass Read More
  • Baptisms +

    We welcome these newly Baptized Members: Georgie Taylor Ettadaughter of Todd and Courtney Madison Brittaindaughter of Ross and Danielle Cesar Read More
  • Respect Life Ministry +

    Fr. Adam and others will be praying the Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy outside of Southwind’s Women’s Center Read More
  • St. Vincent de Paul news +

    The Blessed Sacrament Society of St. Vincent de Paul is sad to see Father Andrew and Father Adam leave! Both Read More
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