Click here to watch the presentation from the end of the All Souls Day liturgy in which we remembered those in our community who have died in the previous year.
We are really encouraging you to view or print the worship aid for this weekend’s celebration of Pentecost. Given the nature of this solemnity and the role in which languages are featured, the Second Reading will be proclaimed in Italian and the Universal Prayer (Prayer of the Faithful) will be prayed in seven different languages. The translations are prepared for you in in the worship aid for your comprehension and to help foster your participation.
This weekend we celebrate the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord. Please see the links below to view the recorded Mass and participate well, using the linked worship aids. It is difficult to believe we celebrated Easter Sunday seven weeks ago! Next weekend the Easter season will culminate with our celebration of Pentecost, when […]
Today we began live streaming daily mass from St Noel! We plan to live stream on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays around 9am. Visit our YouTube channel to join us live or to view the recording at any time.
I hope everyone had the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful day that was Saturday in some way. Thank you to all our guests and parishioners who continue to support Saint Noel spiritually, financially, and otherwise. Directives regarding the gradual re-opening of the parish for the celebration of Mass at the end of the month, and a “State-of-the-Parish” address, will be forthcoming this week.
Please, everyone continue to take good care and exercise good judgment in these days and weeks ahead, amidst all the uncertainty that lies ahead. We take comfort in Our Lord’s words in this weekend’s Gospel: “I will not leave you orphans” (Jn 14:18).
Today, May 13, is the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. We are pleased as a parish family to offer a recorded May Crowning. A worship aid is provided to view or print as a double-sided booklet to help foster your participation. Follow along with the recording, or crown a statue or image of your […]
As we celebrate the Fifth Sunday of Easter this weekend, with a spirit of profound respect, we also honor all mothers, living and deceased: for our own mothers, grandmothers, godmothers, aunts, friends, and indeed, all women who have loved us with a mother’s love. Thank you for the gift of life and the sharing of your maternal heart!
Also, Aga needs your help with our closing hymn this weekend (especially all you kids out there): she said she’s feeling lonely! Make your own musical instruments: rice, beans, or cereal, etc., in a small plastic container with a lid and help her “shake away” at the end of Mass!