Liturgy News
January 10 - 16, 2022
Children’s Activity Pages that explore each Sunday’s Gospel are now available in the narthex and on our website.

  • Daily Mass: Mon, Tues., Thurs., Fri. – Fr. Joe; Wed., 1/12 – Fr. Gus
  • Saturday, January 15, 5:00pm; presider is Fr. Ed Panek
  • Sunday, January 16, 8:30am; presider is Fr. Joe; with Parking Lot Participation
  • Sunday, January 16, 11:00am; presider is Fr. Joe; with Live Stream
Please pray for Austin and Gabby and their families as they enter the Sacrament of Marriage on Saturday, January 15th. May God bless Austin and Gabby with a long and happy life together!

Please pray for little Zoë and her family as she becomes a child of God through the sacrament of Baptism on Sunday, January 16th. God bless Zoë!

  • During the month of January, Religious Education will not meet in person. Families are working on their Family Service Projects.  
We want to thank all of you who have been so generous in supporting our parish financially during 2021.

This year a tax statement will automatically be sent to everyone who has made a donation.
Letters will begin to come out starting January 18th.
Are you interested in learning more about the Nicene Creed?

Brad Vallem and Joe Cotugno will be hosting a study of The Nicene Creed created by Bishop Robert Barron beginning this week on
Wednesday nights at 7pm in-person in Burke Hall and virtually. 



Due to rising COVID cases

The School Fundraising Gala
has been rescheduled

FEBRUARY 26, 2022
is the new Gala date!

  • More information is coming soon!

The Knights of Columbus had an Exemplification Degree this Sunday (1/9/22) at 6:00p.m. in Community Rooms A & B.
They meet the 2nd Sunday of the month.

Together, we can help build a Council in service to our Church and Community of St. Alphonsus Liguori based on Charity, Unity, and Fraternity!
Ways to Grow Your Faith this Week:

The Christmas tree, nativity scene, and all the other decorations are packed away. Look around your home for signs of your faith. Perhaps there is a wall that needs a crucifix or a picture of Jesus or your favorite saint. 

Perhaps there is a place where your Bible rest can be easily picked up. 
Let’s begin 2022 with at least a few good reminders in our homes that we are people of faith and God guides our every step.

Rededicate yourself to the habit of praying as a family if you already do. If not, why not start? The USCCB offers a podcast in their Made for Love series with tips on praying as a family. 

Here is the link:

We are praying for you as you pray together!
May St. Hilary intercede to God on your behalf this week.
January is Respect Life Month
from A Litany for Life

Based on 1 Corinthians 12:31-13:8a
Lord, love is patient.
Give to the mother who is tempted to abort her child the patience to endure the suffering that will bring forth new life.
Lord, love is kind.
Give to the new father whose friends tell him to abort his child the gentleness, compassion and courage to support his wife and child, protect them from all that could harm them, and sustain them against selfishness and hate.
Lord, love is not jealous.
Remove from all human hearts the temptation to trade human life for advantage, convenience or personal benefit. Deliver us from the expediency that values personal gain and pleasure over the dignity of human life.
Lord, love is not pompous.
Deliver us from the arrogance that sees our needs or wants as superior to the rights of others. Help us to see all our brothers and sisters as worthy of all of our love.
Lord, love is not inflated.
Grant us a share in the humility of your Son, who sought not to be served, but to serve. Help us to see in every human life, rich or poor, young or old, guilty or innocent, a reflection of your image and likeness.

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