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Take a minute to see our Parish and learn more below.

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Where do I go when I get there?

If you are attending one of our several Masses in our Main Church, our parking lot is adjacent to it, with entrances on Morris Ave and Locust Dr. Parking for Memorial Hall Masses is located to the left of Memorial Hall, with the lot entrance on Broad St. There is handicap access at the left side entrance of the Main Church and at the right side entrance of Memorial Hall. If you have questions during your time here, feel free to visit our Information Center, located to the far left of the Main Church's lobby.

What do I do if I have kids?

Kids are welcome here at any of our Masses. At Memorial Hall (located across the street from our Main Church), we have a 9:00 AM Family Mass. We also have FAITH FX, an engaging experience for children in grades 1-4 and their parents. You can register on our Children's Ministry webapge, located under Faith Formation, to take part in FAITH FX.

What else do I need to know?

Regardless of whether you have never been to Mass before or you are coming from another Church, you are welcome here! No need to try to impress anyone when you come. Just be yourself. Introduce yourself when you're here; we'd love to meet you!

What can I expect at Mass?

Depending on the Mass you attend you will notice a different feel. The Sunday 7:30am Mass does not have music. The Sunday 9am and 10:30am Masses are more traditional, with our choir offering terrific music. Both of these Masses are currently Livestreamed on our website, Facebook and YouTube. Our Sunday 9:00am Family Mass utilizes tv screens, differentiated music, and message series during the homilies to create an engaging Mass experience. Our Sunday 12pm Mass in the Main Church is in Spanish and led by our lively Spanish community. This Mass is currently livestreamed on our website, Facebook and YouTube. Our Sunday 5pm Mass is geared toward our Teen population, with contemporary music and message series, with our Middle Schoolers attending programs afterwards.

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