There are a wide variety of roles in which you can choose to serve at Mass. All are important and needed. Each role is normally scheduled in...
"Enter, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the Lord who made us. For this is our God, whose people we are, God's well-tended flock." Psalm 95:6
"What is so important about worship? To worship is to order the whole of one’s life toward the living God, and, in doing so, to become interiorly and exteriorly rightly ordered. To worship is to signal to oneself what one’s life is finally about. It’s nothing that God needs, but it is very much something that we need." ~ Bishop Robert Barron
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 AM
(Friday Mass includes the sacrament of anointing of the sick.)
Tuesday, Thursday: 6:30 AM
Saturday: 4:30 PM
(Individual sacrament of reconciliation: 3:00-4:00 PM)
Are you seeking to know Jesus? Has it been awhile since you've been to Mass? Are you wondering where to start?
Begin with prayer.
In the celebration of Mass, we raise our hearts and minds to God in body as well as spirit. At its heart the Eucharist is a sacrament of communion bringing us closer to God, and to our brothers and sisters in the Body of Christ. If we live the fruits of the Eucharist in our daily lives, we will fill our families and our communities with the life-giving qualities that the Liturgy brings: hospitality, concern for the poor and vulnerable, self-offering, and thanksgiving. “Copyright © 2010 United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, D.C. Used with permission. All rights reserved.”
Low Gluten Hosts
St. Dominic Catholic Parish has established procedures for the use of low-gluten hosts in our worship in order to serve the needs of the faithful, who wish to participate in the reception of both sacred species of the Eucharist.
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