St. Faustina Church - Weekly Update
St. Faustina Weekly Update
Happy Friday! We are excited to see so many of our families returning to our weekend Masses, and we want to remind you that it is important to make a reservation as we are hitting our 25% limit at most of our weekend Masses. Please use our
to make your reservation. This weekend, we will also be distributing empty bags to be filled with goods and brought back to the parish next weekend for our ongoing food distributions. As things continue to open back up, we have more changes taking place at the parish. Please take a look at our new Reconciliation times below. We hope you have a wonderful and safe Labor Day weekend!
Reflection on Sunday's Readings
One of the great spiritual truths is that forgiveness is as much for ourselves as it is for the other person. If we do not forgive, we hold that person in bondage to their sin. And we hold ourselves in bondage both to the sin and the sinner as well. Enjoy this reflection through our free account with
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Sunday's Video Reflection
We feel so much compassion for those affected by Hurricane Laura, especially those that have connections to our parishioners. If you have a family member or friend that has been affected by the storm, please let us know by
visiting our website
. We would like to better assess the needs of our parishioner's relatives so that we can respond with intentionality. We are looking at other initiatives to support this effort, and in the meanwhile we ask for your continued prayers for the recovery efforts taking place there.
Thank you to those who made our Food Distribution on Thursday another great success! If you are interested in helping us out this month, please visit our
and look for a slot that works with your schedule.
As a reminder, we will be distributing bags after each of the masses this weekend for our parishioners who would like to collect and donate items to be used with future Food Distributions!
All men of the parish are invited to join “That Man Is You”, which is a program designed to enhance the spiritual development of men. This year’s program, "The Vision of Man Fully Alive” will begin on Saturday, September 12, at 6:45 am via Zoom. For more information please contact Deacon Randy at
TONIGHT - 7pm
Virtual Divine Mercy Healing Mass (7pm)
Sacrament of Confession: 3-4:30pm
Reserve a spot at Mass for your family online
Food Distribution (8am)
- Reconciliation (9am)
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Bulletin for September 6, 2020
on Friday, September 4 at 4:52PM