FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT                                               


Gospel Reading
John 9:1-41 (shorter form: John 9:1,6-9,13-17,34-38)
Jesus heals the man born blind and reveals himself to him as the Son of Man.

Today’s reading has many allusions to Baptism. The washing of the man in the pool of Siloam is a prototype for Christian Baptism. Through the man’s encounter with Jesus, the man born blind is healed, his sight is restored, and his conversion to discipleship begins. The man born blind gradually comes to a greater understanding about who Jesus is and what it means to be his disciple, while the Pharisees (those who should see) are the ones who remain blind.

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                                LENTEN PARISH MISSION

                                    Fr. Paul Fagan C.P.

                                    March 20-22nd 5:30 PM

                       Mass will be celebrated at 8:30am followed by talk.  

The Mission will be Mon. through Wed. at 5:30pm and includes a nightly prayer service.


Mass Times

Our Lady of Fatima

  • Saturday 5PM
  • Sunday 10:30AM
  • Weekday Mass Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8:30 AM
  • Lenten Weekday Mass Schedule:  Monday and Wednesday at 5:30pm; Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30am

Immaculate Conception

  • Sunday 8:30AM

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Our Lady of Fatima

  • Every Sat: 4:00 - 4:45PM or by appointment
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