This is the Altar Society’s biggest event. It is held quarterly on the second Tuesday
of September, December, March & June starting at 10:30am. There are 100 attendance prizes and a
raffle: a hand made quilt. You can play cards, dominoes or what ever you
prefer. The cost is $5.00 and you receive a piece of cake, coffee or tea. Hot
dogs are available for .50 cents each. Bring your neighbors, friends and
family. We have a lift for the handicapped, come in through the court yard.
This is one of our biggest events during the year, held during lent on Fridays
(not Good Friday) from 4:00pm-7:00pm. They serve dinners, sandwiches,
fish by the pound and many sides. If you are interested in volunteering
especially cleaning the fryers please call the rectory office.
Held 2 or 3 times a year.
Ash make and Potluck
Held the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Last year’s palms are burned for
the ashes and then fat Tuesday is celebrated with a Potluck dinner.
The Crowning of the Blessed Virgin Mary, our patron saint. This is a time
for families to come together to enjoy another one of the rich traditions of
our faith. Our Confirmation and First Communion students are involved.
Oneness Pentecost Sunday
One Mass is celebrated on Pentecost Sunday bringing the entire parish
together to celebrate our unity.
St. Vincent DePaul put paper leaves on a tree with gift ideas for families
that need help with Christmas presents. This is done in November.
Annual Volunteer Award
This is an award for the Spirit of Volunteerism. St. Joseph the Worker
and Mary, Servant of the Lord, with one man and one women being
acknowledged. In honoring them we also honor all of our volunteers who,
working together, make for a strong, vibrant parish. STEWARDSHIP IN
This is a November fundraiser. You can play Trivia and win a turkey by bowling a turkey.
You can purchase an engraved brick for our memorial courtyard on the
west side of church.
A celebration of parishioners gathering together to enjoy music,
dancing and food in potluck style. It is normally held in September.
Held throughout the year. Parishioners bring different types of dishes and
the parish or organization provide the meat.
The dinner is a bufffet style as you sit and enjoy an Italian atmosphere.
Art and Piano Classes