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F-I-N-C-H, The Word that Leads to Grace!

In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, several of our parishioners have been participating in Hearts Afire program by Fr. Gaitley. The first program, “33 Days to Morning Glory” acquainted us with the Immaculate Heart of Jesus, the Blessed Mother Mary, and the Graces received through her intercession. We are now participating in the next step in the […]

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Parish Purpose Statement

“Our sacred purpose as Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (parish and school) is to joyfully root our lives in Jesus Christ, the Sacraments, and the teachings of His Church; to build communion through service so that all will be welcomed on our journey to eternal life.”

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Blessed Sacrament School Kids Choir
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Blessed Sacrament Choir Goes to Rome

You are cordially invited to join the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church & School Children’s Choir and choirs of young singers from around the world as they travel to Rome, Italy to sing the Peace of God at the 40th International Congress of Pueri Cantores. Accompany our children’s choir on pilgrimage as they are greeted in […]

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Christ The King and Blessed Miguel Pro

by Delores Riley “That in the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of thosethat are in Heaven,on earth and under the earth:And that every tongue should confess thatthe Lord Jesus Christis in the glory of God the Father.” Philippians 2:10-11 Christ Himself speaks of his own kingly authority in his last discourse in reply […]

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His Grace Pursues Us

  Amanda Rose   Posted: 24 Sep 2012 11:02 PM PDT “God’s goodness is so gratuitous that it gives itself to creatures without any merit on their part; it is so liberal that it always precedes them and never fails to impart its light to them even when, by abusing their liberty, they show themselves […]

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St. Theodora Guerin

by Delores Riley St. Theodora Guerin was born Anne-Therese Guerin on October 2, 1798, in the village of Etables-sur-Mer in Brittany, France. Her parents were Laurent Guerin, an officer in the French Navy under Napoleon Bonaparte, and Isabelle Guerin, née Lefebvre. Laurent and Isabelle had four children, but only two, Anne-Therese and Marie-Jeanne, survived to […]

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