Rev. Edward Tetteh, SVD, Pastor
Rev. Pierre Claver Fleury Lunimbu, SVD, Associate Pastor
Dr. Christian Nnajiofor, Deacon
Angela O. Patterson, Parish Secretary
Rupert E. Z. Peters, Director of Music
Saturday: 8:00am and 4:00pm (chapel)
Sunday: Traditional Mass, 8:30am
Sunday: Gospel Mass, 11:00am
Tuesday: 12:00 Noon
Wednesday: 12:00 Noon
Thursday: 12:00 Noon
Friday: 12:00 Noon
Religious Education: 9:40am - 10:50am
Bible Study: Tuesday, 6:30pm (at the rectory)
Confession: 25 min. before mass in the Church or by appointment
We are blessed to have parishioners from the United States of America, Europe, Brazil, Nigeria, Chad, Sudan, Congo, Haiti, Ghana, Liberia, Trinidad, Panama, Bahamas, Guyana, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Philippines. We have a diversified parish with a rich cultural heritage.
This is Part 1 of a short video called Fishers of Men made for the US Conference of Bishops about discerning a call to the priesthood - the quality of the video is excellent.
We are all called!We all have an individual vocation which encompasses
our whole lives:the people we are;
the choices we make;
the lives we live.
Each of us has a special path to follow in life!
Through the ages, God has called people
to cooperate with him
in his plans for the world in practical ways.
Many of the stories
in the Bible
are about individuals
who have been called,
such as Abraham and Sarah,
Moses and Myriam,
Ruth and Judith,Mary the mother of Jesus,
and many others.
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Black Catholics Yes! is a radio program produced by the Office of Radio and Television in cooperation with the Office of the Black Apostolate featuring host Angela Dodson (OUR PARISHIONER). The weekly 30-minute program features interviews and information about the gifts that the African-American culture brings to the Church. It also features stories about programs and projects in the Church that may be of interest to the African-American community.
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