Current Events


  • Week of March 29

    Download this week's bulletin here.

  • Holy Week

    Holy Week is quickly approaching. Join us in celebration.

    Download the Holy Week schedule here.

    Download the flyer here.

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  • Tenebrae 2015

    The word “tenebrae” refers to shadows or darkness, and is perhaps most accurately translated as “shadows of darkness.” Tenebrae, as a liturgical celebration, originated in the monasteries of Western Christendom. Religious communities combined the celebration of the early morning hours of the Divine Office, transferring them to the evenings before Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Tenebrae was celebrated in the late afternoons or evenings as darkness fell, starting on the eve of the Triduum.

    Download the full Tenebrae 2015 booklet here.

  • Divine Mercy Day of Reflection

    Since 2001, the Church has celebrated the Second Sunday of Easter with the additional name of Divine Mercy Sunday, a recognition that the readings for that day and the long tradition of the Church celebrate God’s mercy and forgiveness.

    Join us Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 9:30am -- 12:00pm in Heller Hall for a morning of prayer and reflection for the Divine Mercy.

    Download the flyer here.

  • Vacation Bible School

    Save the Date: Vacation Bible School July 20-24. K4J VBS will be held at St. James Catholic School July 20-24 for ages 4 1/2 -- rising 4th graders. The theme this year is "Win the World for Jesus."

    Download the registration form here. Registration deadline is June 30, 2015.