Be Vigilant at All Times

11-28-2021Fr. Anthony Okolo, C.S.Sp

Today begins the season of Advent, a new liturgical season in the Church’s calendar. A time of great preparation for the coming into history the birth of man who’s coming transformed, story of humanity. In Advent we prepare for the three-fold coming of the Lord, for the coming of Christ during Christmas, the coming of Christ every day in our lives and His final coming at the end of our lives. Advent preparation is usually divided into two parts, the first part begins from the first Sunday of Advent to December 17th in which preparation is mainly on the coming of Christ at the end of time or Parousia, and the second part which begins from December 17th to 24th in which it’s preparation is focused primarily on the coming birth of Christ at Christmas. The key word at each of the preparation periods is readiness or hopeful waiting to welcome the Lord at each time He comes.


Events and Announcements

Christmas Giving Tree

Grab a scroll (or more) from the Giving Tree and purchase gifts for those that you chose. Please return wrapped gifts under the tree by Sun, Dec 12.


Advent Retreat with Mary

Add Mon, Nov 29

Join us for an Advent themed Bible study and retreat with Mary.


Men's Catholic Fellowship Group

Add Thu, Dec 2 @ 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM (every first Thursday of the month)

Bring your Bible and join us for breakfast every first Thursday of the month from 6:00-7:00am in the Holy Family Parish Center.

Advent Day of Reflection

Add Sat, Dec 4 @ 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Join Dcn. Patrick and Kalala as we prepare for the Birth of the King. Please RVSP by calling the parish office at 928-855-2685.

Wed, Dec 8 - the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception - is a Holy Day of Obligation

Add Tue, Dec 7 - Wed, Dec 8

Mass times: 5:30pm Vigil Mass, 6:30am, 8:30am, 12:15pm, 5:30pm