NEWS & EVENTS
Saturday, March 14, 2020
To do our part to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, and to keep our parishioners, students, school families and staff safe, we are cancelling all parish activities and meetings with the exception of Mass, Reconciliation, Stations of the Cross and Chapel.
Earlier we announced that at the Governor's directive, SPH school will be closed through April 3.
This is a situation where new information is disseminated often and we will update you here throughout the next few weeks.
The parish and school office will remain open during this trying time to answer specific questions.
Let us all pray for God's protection and for those most affected by these challenges.
Peace and prayers,
Fridays, February 28 - April 3, 2020
LENTEN FRIDAY NIGHT STATIONS, SOUP & CINEMA
Join us Friday evenings during Lent, February 28th - April 3rd at 6:00PM. We'll start with Stations of the Cross at 6pm in the church, followed by soup and cinema at the Holy Family Center at 6:45pm.
This event is free, but we do require an RSVP so we can plan food accordingly. Please RSVP by clicking here.
For more information and a description of each weekly movie, please click here.
NOW ENROLLING GRADES PRE-K - 8TH!
We are now enrolling for the 2020-2021 school year. Click here or call the school to set up a personal tour of our school when it is most convenient for you. These tours can occur during the school day so you can see the school in action, but you'll have less time to speak personally with teachers as they are involved in their classrooms.
March 21, 2020
SAVE THE DATE! Lenten Retreat 9:00AM - 3:00PM
St. Patrick of Heatherdowns presents: a Lenten Retreat "Following in the Footprints of Jesus". A day of prayer with St. Francis of Assisi. Saturday, March 21, 2020 9:00AM - 3:00PM. Continental breakfast and lunch provided. This free event is open to all adults of the parish.
The retreat will be led by Sr. Barbara Van, O.S.F. from the Sylvania Franciscans and will feature the DVD, St. Francis of Assisi SIGN OF CONTRADICTION by Fr. Dave Pivonka
Want to attend? Please complete this registration form by Friday, March 13, 2020.
Last Sunday of Every Month
Knights of Columbus Pray the Rosary
On the last Sunday of each month, our Knights of Columbus lead us in praying the Rosary at 9:00AM
The Rosary is significant because it is the beginning Christian prayer: meditation on the various events in salvation history and asking God how to apply them in your life. It is important because Our Blessed Lady, herself, came from heaven and asked us to unite ourselves with her Son through this prayer each day.
Come and spend time with our Blessed Mother.