St. Faustina Church - Weekly Update
Fr. Dat's Update from Tuesday:
I am pleased to share some GREAT NEWS with our community! Today marks day ten of our quarantine, as recommended by CDC, since the day Fr. David Michael was tested positive for Covid. At this point, Fr. David Michael has well recovered and is symptom free. Earlier today, he mentioned he is feeling really good and is excited to get back to the parish! Through the guidance of the CDC and our medical and professional experts – Fr. David Michael and myself are ready to return to the Parish! The safety of our parish families has always been our utmost concern, which is why we take great care and patience to go through the proper protocols and continue to rely on the wisdom and guidance of the medical experts and professionals around us. We have missed you all dearly and cannot wait to return to the parish and serve.
Fr. David Michael will take a few more days of rest, and slowly transition back into the parish for this weekend’s Masses and other activities. While my test result came back negative and I have exhibited no symptoms of the virus, I have remained in quarantine out of an abundance of caution. I am excited to share that we will return to our normal liturgical schedule TOMORROW – which includes Daily Mass, Divine Mercy Holy Hour, and Reconciliation – all of which will be ON CAMPUS. We will still stream Mass and the Divine Mercy Holy Hour for those unable to attend, but I am excited to open our doors once more for these beautiful Liturgical Celebrations!
We are both deeply moved by the incredible support and generosity this parish has shown us during these last two weeks. While I have missed seeing our community, my time in isolation has given me even more time to pray for every single one of our parishioners. Please join me in continuing to pray for those who are sick and in need of God’s healing. I look forward to seeing you very soon. God bless you!
Sincerely in Christ,
Father Dat Hoang
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Thirty-third Sunday of Ordinary Time
1st Reading -
Proverbs 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31
2nd Reading -
1 Thessalonians 5:1-6
What gift haven’t you developed as you had hoped? What could you still do to develop this gift?
What gift has God given you? What do you want to do with it?
Sunday's Video Reflection
Pastoral Council Discernment
The St. Faustina Pastoral Council is conducting a Discernment for new members. We want to invite you to learn more about the Pastoral Council and how you could have a real impact on the direction of our Parish - all while working in close consultation with the pastor and staff. Our discernment meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 18 at 6:30pm via Zoom. If you are interested and would like more information about what to expect, please email
The Respect Life Ministry appreciates the generosity of our wonderful parish! Because of your support, we were able to collect over 4000 diapers and baby items that will help mothers in need through the Gabriel Project. Thank you for your incredible generosity!
During the Month of November, we will have The Book of the Names of the Dead displayed from the solemnity of All Saints until the beginning of Advent. It is left open for people to write the names of their deceased loved ones and for others to read the names, remember, and pray for the repose of their souls.
In the event you have not returned to the parish yet and are still social-distancing, you are more than welcome to share a name to be written in the book by sending an email to
and we will be happy to enter the name for you into the Book.
St. Faustina is excited to once again support our community with our Thanksgiving Adopt-a-Family program. We will be providing turkey dinners to those in need next month, but will need help in preparation with and for our distribution. Please use this
Signup Genius link
below to find a day and time where you might be able to help with donations or distribution. Thank you for your consideration and generosity!
Reserve a spot at Mass for your family online
Reconciliation at 3:00
Donations for Adopt-a-Family
Pastoral Council Discernment (6:30pm)
for more information and Zoom Link
November 21: "
Night Watch" - Adoration from 7pm-Midnight
Bulletin for November 15, 2020
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on Friday, November 13, 2020 at 3:09PM