Mass is the central act of worship in the life of a Catholic. Going to Mass is about spending time with God, but also receiving his graces (inner strength to live the Christian life). The name ‘Mass’ comes the final blessing said by the priest in Latin ‘Itemissaes’ meaning “to send out” as Jesus Christ sent his disciples out to the world to take his teaching to them.
The Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help is prayed on Thursdays after the 8am and 7pm Masses at our parish.
Adoration or Exposition is a special time when the Blessed Sacrament is exposed for the faithful to pray and meditate before the very presence of God. This is held on Saturday: after the 9am Mass for about 30 minutes. The Knights of Columbus have initiated Adoration on the third Saturday of the month from 4pm-4:30pm.
However the church is open all day from 8am till 7pm. You are welcome to drop in and say a prayer or light a candle any time Mass or prayers are not in progress.