Tuesday, November 1 - 7:00 am
Sunday, November 6 - 7:45, 9:00, & 11:15 am
But lo! there breaks a yet more glorious day;
the saints triumphant rise in bright array;
the King of glory passes on his way.
Each year churches around the world gather to celebrate the Feast of All Saints’ on November 1. In the celebration of the great feast of All Saints, we thank God for the many blessings God pours into our lives through the Church catholic and especially through the witness, life and labors of the great Saints of our faith upon whose very lives the Church has been built.
The Feast of All Saints—those known to us and those known only to God—reminds us how important each of our witnesses to the Gospel truly is. While we continue to work and share and give for the ministry of the Church, we remember on All Saints’ Day those who “now in glory shine.” What a great image for us all to hold on to as we live as Christians in complexities of the modern day. This glorious feast helps us see what is really important in our lives and how the hope we find in Christ Jesus, the hope proclaimed by all that goes on here day after day, how this hope brings joy and meaning to our lives. This is the hope passed down to us through the Saints of God. It is this very hope that gave light to a darkened world in ages past and changes the world even still.
We will celebrate the Feast of All Saints on both Tuesday, November 1 at 7:00 am and again on Sunday, November 6 at 7:45, 9:00, and 11:15 am.
Following the 11:15 Mass on Sunday, November 6, we will bless the new Memorial Prayer Garden that has been made ready for the interment of ashes of loved ones whom we will entrust back to Almighty God in years to come.
Please join us for one of the four celebrations of All Saints!