Take advantage of the many resources available to you. We offer childcare during Masses and events and a parish library full of faith formation materials you can check out. We have a Kid’s Day Out program, American Sign Language interpreters, counseling for families, couples, and individuals, and much more.
American Sign Language
American Sign Language is offered during Sunday 8:30 am and 11:15 am Masses. Hearing aid devices connected to the church sound system are also available.
Childcare is available while parents attend Mass on Saturday at 5 pm and Sunday at 8:30 am, 11:15 am, and 5 pm, different parish activities, and various classes including baptism classes.
Counseling is available at the parish. Catholic Charities Counseling provides professional counseling for individuals, couples, and families onsite.
Eucharistic Adoration in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel allows individuals to deepen their relationship with Jesus by spending time in contemplation and prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University seminars introduce techniques for debt-free living and offer advice to promote a financially responsible lifestyle.
Kid’s Day Out
Kid’s Day Out offers preschool children (ages 1–4) a program on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the parish. Activities include arts and crafts, learning games, nap time, and prayer.
The Parish Library lends books and videos to parishioners for personal study and reflection. Volunteers are needed to staff the library. Located in the Sophia Room in the Education Building, it is open during regular church office hours and when faith formation classes are in session.
The Prayer Labyrinth, located behind the San Damiano Building, provides an outdoor sacred space for quiet prayer and reflection. It is patterned after the design found in France’s Chartres Cathedral.
The Prayer Line offers the opportunity to voice your prayer requests over the phone or online. Parishioners pray for your intentions.
Quilting Group members share faith, fellowship, and friendship while they create quilts.
Spiritual Direction is provided by trained parishioners and pastoral staff, to assist those who seek to deepen their relationship with God.