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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
Wednesday & Thursday: 5:30pm
(Thursday 5:30 Mass is celebrated
in Extraordinary Form -Latin)

Confession Times

Monday-Friday: 7:30-7:50am
Wednesday & Thursday: 5:00-5:20pm
Saturday: 3:30-5:00pm

Liturgy Schedules/Bulletins

Latest Homily

"God summons us by name"Podcast
by Fr. Andrew Heiman
Listen to Fr. Andrew Heiman's homily from the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary time.
Date: 8/11/19
Click to Listen

Other Parish Events & News

  • Confirmation Meeting +

    The mandatory child/parent Confirmation meetings for all those being confirmed are: Sunday, August 25th at 10:15 am in the Old Read More
  • Women's Bowling News +

    Children are back in school-you may now have free time for yourself. Why not try the Women’s Bowling League? Use Read More
  • 2019-2020 Monsignor John Gilsenan Scholarship +

    Congratulations to Michael Hogan for being awarded the 2019-2020 Monsignor John Gilsenan/Blessed Sacrament Men’s Club Scholarship! Read More
  • St. Vincent de Paul news +

    From time to time, St. Vincent de Paul is fortunate to be able to help Blessed Sacrament Parishioners. Since our Read More
  • Knights of Columbus News +

    The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest fraternal service organization. They provide service at the parish, diocese, and global Read More
  • Lectio Divina +

    Join Father Drew for Lectio Divina on Wednesday mornings at 7:00am and Thursdays at noon in the Bishops Hall. Lectio Read More
  • FORMED +

    Take advantage of the parish subscription to the Catholic website “” which they describe as the “Catholic Netflix.” This website Read More
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