If you have a desire to encounter God through Scripture with women who value their faith, the Fellowship of Catholic Christian Women is for you! Stop at the FCCW information table on the patio to learn more about their upcoming study of Acts of the Apostles. There is no better time to invest in your own spiritual growth and relationship with the Lord.
CLICK THE HEADLINE ABOVE to reserve a place in Faith Formation Programs beginning in Fall 2018. OPRIMA LA TITULA DE ARRIBA para reservar un lugar en el programa del centro de Formación de Fe, empezando este otoño 2018.
Use this quick and easy form to register at OLA parish. Register online, or look for forms at the parish office or in the kiosk off the patio. Registration insures that you will receive all the relevant communications from the parish about seasonal celebrations and other important news.
Got questions about life? faith? Alpha is ten interactive sessions that explore the meaning of life in a relaxed, totally non-pressured setting. Alpha is primarily for those who have no religious background, for those who don’t attend Mass regularly or for those who might simply be stuck in their faith journey. That said, Alpha is open to anyone. The series is free and child care is available.A new session Alpha begins in October. Click the headline above to learn more and to register.
Find seasonal prayers and reflections, as well as links to Catholic sites offering insight into the daily Scriptures, inspiration in the Saint of the Day, refreshment in minute meditations, commentary on current events, instruction in basic Catholic teachings, and belief in God's mercy, the value of human life and our ultimate destiny.
Artist Mirko Codenotti spoke with parishioners about his vision for sacred art in OLA's renovated church. He is a designer who works with Artesanos de Don Bosco in remote Chacas, Peru. His workshop will produce the crucifix and reredos (wall) which will be a focal point, as well as the altar and furniture for our sanctuary. Click headline to view the video 'Furniture for the Poor'.