May Christ bestow His Peace and Grace upon you

By Fr. Paul Shovelain

“The people who have walked in darkness have seen a great light.” This opening line from our first reading at our Christmas Masses gives us great hope! Christ has come to show us the way through the darkness. After much darkness, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Advent has come to a close and Christ has come! He is Wonder-Counselor, God-Hero, Father-Forever, and Prince of Peace! These titles are not just words on a page but reveal who he is. As you prepare to celebrate Christmas with us, reflect on those titles. Be comforted by the truth they reveal. God is our hero and he will give us peace. My prayer for you is that Christ may bestow his peace and grace upon you and your loved ones this Christmas!

As we celebrate this Christmas in person and virtually, know that we are united as one in the Holy Spirit. We are looking forward to twenty-twenty ONE as we ask God to unite us more fully in his goodness and love. Please check out my Christmas video message and share it with others. On behalf of the church and school staff, Merry Christmas!

Christmas Mass Schedule
Doors open 30 min. before Mass begins
Capacity is limited due to pandemic restrictions.

Thursday, December 24, 2020 ~ Christmas Eve
1:00 PM Mass Church and live-streaming on YouTube and Facebook
3:00 PM Mass Church and live-streaming on YouTube and Facebook
5:00 PM Mass Church and live-streaming on YouTube and Facebook also on CTV North Suburbs Comcast Cable Channels 15 and 859
10:30 PM Mass Church and live-streaming on YouTube and Facebook

Friday, December 25, 2020 – Christmas Day
8:30 AM Mass Church and live-streaming on YouTube and Facebook
10:30 AM Mass Church and live-streaming on YouTube and Facebook
Campus Closed After the 10:30 AM Mass