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Liturgical Schedule

Liturgical Schedule

And when he had given thanks, he
broke it, and said, Take, eat: this is
my body, which is broken for you:
do this in remembrance of me.

1 Corinthians 11:24

Community / Parish Calendar

Parish Calendar

Let your light so shine before 
men, that they may see your 
good works, …

Matthew 5:16

Daily Readings

Daily Readings

He who dwells in the shelter of
the Most High will rest in the
shadow of the Almighty.

Psalm 91:1



Our faith community understands that the secular world can drain a person mentally, emotionally and spiritually. A good first step to developing spiritual strength is feeling welcomed. We invite all those, who feel moved by the Holy Spirit, to visit our Catholic community.


Every individual is at a different point of their spiritual journey. Our Catholic community is here to listen to each other, to meet people where they are, and trust the Holy Spirit will provide guidance. Come and find peace among your brothers and sisters in Christ.


As you feel welcomed and at peace, your faith begins to grow. Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church offers several ministries for you to become involved and continue your spiritual journey. Our prayer is that the Holy Spirit helps you find joy as an active member of our Catholic faith community.

Why Do We Pray for the Dead?

Prayers for the dead reaffirm our faith in everlasting life.  The liturgy for funerals tells us that for those who have died, “life is changed, not ended.”  It is common for the living to pray for one another.  Intercessory prayer is a regular part of Catholic liturgy, and people often ask friends and relatives to pray fo...
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