Sunday, November 2, is All Souls Day, a time to commemorate and pray for all our loved ones who have died. We pray for the souls in Purgatory that the Lord will cleanse them of all sin and, through our prayer offered in Jesus' name, they will be blessed with eternal life. If you wish to have your loved one's name remembered at Mass throughout the month of November, you will find envelopes marked "All Souls" in the church; you may place these envelopes in the weekend collection basket or bring them to the parish office. These names will be placed on our tabernacle altar. "Eternal rest grant to them, O Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon them."
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See a video podcast by Mark Hart who offers a teaching on the meaning of the Sunday Gospel for October 26th, the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time. Mark is a member of Life Teen youth ministry.
Third Day sings "Your Love, O Lord."
See a video demonstrating the proper way to receive Holy Communion at Mass.
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