During these forty days, the Church accompanies those preparing for the Easter sacraments. We join the elect in ridding ourselves of sin through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving so that we too might be renewed and share in the joy of the Resurrection. Choose a Lenten discipline that will draw you into the heart of Christ. Savor Lent! Click headline for all programs.
Our church renovation is well underway and our capital campaign fund has reached $3.6 million.The faith community at OLA invites you to come to our temporary worship place to find the real presence of Christ alive in the Eucharist, in Scripture, in our priestly servant-leaders and in the assembly of God's People. Parish activities after Mass continue uninterrupted in a pleasant outdoor gathering place. Come join us! Click headline for latest news and photos...
Every Friday in Lent, Knights of Columbus will host a Fish Fry in the auditorium from 5 to 7 p.m. beginning March 15. Enjoy flaky fish fillets, along with an assortment of sides, at very reasonable prices. A family rate is also available… great company, great food and the added benefit of supporting the good words of K of C.
OLA's Vacation Bible School returns June 24-28. Sign up now to become part of the team that serves families with young children from Pre-K to (entering) Sixth Grade. High School and Junior High students may apply to assist the adults. CLICK HEADLINE to begin!
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.
Artist Mirko Codenotti has taken a stunning group of photos from the workshop of Los Artesanos Don Bosco in remote Chacas, Peru. His workshop is now creating the crucifix and reredos (wall) which will be a focal point in our new sanctuary, as well as the altar and furniture. Click the headline above to view the photos and a video about this community called "Furniture for the Poor."