Prayer is a central part of our parish life. We begin each gathering with prayer and no decision is made without taking it first to prayer. Prayer is essential to living a full, Catholic life. The Mass, as the central part of our communal prayer, is celebrated with reverence, inspiring music and beautiful environments. We create a customized worship aide each week so that all can fully participate in worship and song,
Our Eucharistic Chapel and Daily Chapel offer a quiet place for personal prayer. A novena for Persecuted Christians is recited after morning mass and the rosary is recited on Sunday mornings.
There are many forms of prayer in our Catholic tradition but there is no better way to pray than being before the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament honoring His Presence in the Eucharist which was given to us at the Lord's table. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is offered each Wednesday in our Daily Chapel beginning after morning mass and ending with Benediction at 7:00 pm.