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Prayer and Devotions

“Eating keeps your body alive, and prayer keeps your soul alive. Praying is more important than eating because your soul is more important than your body. Your soul is more important that your body because your soul is you, your personality, your self…Prayer keeps your soul alive because prayer is real contact with God, and God is the life of the soul as the soul is the life of the body. If you do not pray, your soul will wither and die, just as, if you do not eat, your body will wither and die.” Prayer for Beginners p. 11 (Dr. Peter Kreeft)
Below is a list of prayers and devotions offered.
  • Rosary - Monday evenings in the church
  • Mother of Perpetual Help - Tuesdays
  • First Friday devotion is associated with the Sacred Heart of Jesus, while the First Saturday devotion is associated with the Immaculate Heart of Mary.  The schedule is as follows:



      • 8:30 AM Mass followed by 24 Hours of Adoration.  Sign up for Adoration  (you can sign up for Adoration; it is not required but is helpful.)

      • 6:00 -7:00 pm Confessions 

      • 7:00 pm Mass (with reposition before Mass)

      • 8:00 pm Vigil begins, vocal prayer with 15 minutes of private adoration every hour throughout the evening

    • Saturday:
      • 1:00 am silent adoration until 8:00 am

      • 8:00 am Rosary; Joyful mysteries

      • 8:30 am Reposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Saturday Mass in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary

      • 9:00 am Rosary; Joyful mysteries

  • Prayer Warriors
  • May Crowning
  • Feast of St. Michael with Chaplet
  • Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (June) with Chaplet
  • Consecration to Jesus through Mary (July-August)