5th Sunday of Lent
Bulletin – March 26th
April 2023 Calendar of Events
4th Sunday of Lent
Bulletin – Sunday March 19th
Letter from Bishop Crosby
Special Message from Fr. Murray
Click play below to hear a special message from Father Murray regarding the Parish’s current finances, as well as looking ahead to the future.
Financial Report 2022
2nd Sunday of Lent
Bulletin – Sunday March 5th
Events Calendar – March 2023
1st Sunday of Lent
Bulletin – Sunday February 26th
“Come and See” – A Lenten Series
Welcome and Introduction
To participate in this exciting Lenten Journey with Fr. Raph Ma, C.R. and Abby White, click the link under “Discussions” below.
If you’re not able to join us in-person to watch the episodes, you can still participate:
- Watch the episode, for free, on The Chosen website (see link below).
- Come back to this web page, watch the reaction video of the week.
- Using the provided questions, reflect on the episode privately or have discussions with your family and friends.
- If there are some weeks you can join us in person (Sundays during Lent at 7:00 p.m. at St. Francis Church), please do so.
Episode 1 – I Have Called You By Name
Episode 2 – Shabbat
Episode 3 – Jesus Loves the Little Children
Episode 4 – The Rock on Which it is Built
Episode 5 – The Wedding Gift
Episode 6 – Indescribable Compassion
Episode 7 – Invitations
Episode 8 – I Am He
A new video will be posted every sunday
Week 1 – “I Have Called You By Name”
Week 2 – “Shabbat” & “Jesus Loves the Little Children”
Week 3 – “The Rock on Which it is Built”
Week 4 – “The Wedding Gift”
Week 5 – “Indescribable Compassion” & “Invitations”
Week 6 – “I Am He”
7th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Bulletin – Sunday February 19th
6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Bulletin – February 12th, 2023
Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief
Laudato Si – Candlemas Reflection
The committee of Laudato Si here at St. Francis Parish hosted a Candlemas on Thursday Feb. 9th. Together we celebrated the light that God is, the creation which is all around us, and prayed for our land and our home—the earth. See below the reflection given by Ruthann Fisher about God’s creation and what it means to us today.