Come, Holy Spirit!
Better Together is more than a phrase for us; it is an invitation to go deeper into what it means to be a Catholic Christian. Our pastoral planning process is underway and everyone has a role.
"See How they Love One Another"
The Church in a pandemic
As more people become vaccinated and the number of COVID-19 cases decline in our area, all Catholics are invited to join us to worship together, in person, and to receive the Body of Christ in Holy Communion, which nourishes our souls and heals us of our sins. That’s why we are obliged to participate in the Sunday liturgy each week.
Of course, if you are ill, are traveling, or otherwise dispensed from our obligation to participate in the Mass, please continue to join us online. Many of our parishes are providing livestreaming of Masses. Otherwise, we look forward to seeing you in person at Mass!
Message From the Bishop
It’s not just about the Sacrament of Holy Communion; it’s about the communion of the Church. Bishop McKnight explains the bishops' dialogues on the Eucharist.