St. Faustina Church - Weekly Update
St. Faustina Weekly Update
This week, the Archdiocese approved Mass capacity to increase from 25% to 50%. In the weeks ahead, we will increase our Mass capacity numbers and make gradual changes to accommodate more parishioners while continuing our current social distancing and safety protocols. This weekend, our reservation limit will increase from 275 to 350, in addition to reinstating the 7am Mass. We are excited for this forward progress but want to do so in a way that maintains our spirit of hospitality and the health and well-being of all our parishioners. Please use our
to make a reservation for this weekend's Masses. While we have been able to accommodate all who have walked up to Mass without a reservation, we strongly encourage you to make a reservation to help us better prepare for all of our parishioners who are attending the weekend Masses.
In addition, we invite you to join us early or tune into our live-streams early on the
2nd and 4th
Sundays of the month
to pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy before the Mass begins. Finally, we are inviting our Parish to join us in praying the Novena to St. Faustina beginning this Sunday and concluding on Monday, October 5 - her feast day! Details regarding the Novena are featured in the newsletter below. We hope and pray you have a wonderful weekend!
This Sunday we celebrate "Priesthood Sunday", and we are especially thankful for our two amazing parish priests - Fr. Dat Hoang and Fr. David Michael Moses. Please share your thanks with them this weekend, and remember to keep them in your prayers for all that they do for our parish family!
"We give you thanks, O Lord for the amazing gift of vocations to the priesthood which your Spirit instilled in Fr. Dat and Fr. David Michael. We give you thanks for their willingness to say "yes", and their continued commitment to a life of self-sacrifice and selflessness. We give you thanks for having placed them among us here at St. Faustina. We pray that they may continue to serve you well, in health and happiness for many years to come."
Reflection on Sunday's Readings
It is helpful to understand the context in which Jesus was speaking when he taught in parables. In the case of our Gospel passage this week, Jesus had been preaching and teaching in the Temple when the chief priests and elders began questioning his authority. In response, Jesus tells them about two sons who are asked to work in their father’s vineyard. Enjoy this reflection through our free account with
Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Bulletin for September 27, 2020
on Friday, September 25 at 10:00AM