Youth Night
January 18
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G.Y.M. (God. You. Me.)
Feb 8
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Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556) was born into a noble Basque family in northern Spain and raised as a gentleman destined for military service, a vocation filled with chivalric ideals. In 1521, while leading the defence of the citadel of Pamplona, he was struck by a cannonball. During his long convalescence, he read a life of Christ and lives of the saints and found himself inflamed with the desire to serve Jesus.


weekend mass

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Jan 14


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Weekday mass

jan 14 - 18

Youth Night

jan 18


Feb 8

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If Jesus cut open an apple, would He just see the seeds within, or would He see the potential of the seedlings that will sprout? Jesus not only sees what is in front of Him, but sees the potential of how it will change the world. After all, anyone can count the seeds in an apple, but only God can count the apples in a seed.
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