8:00am School Mass at St Joseph Fr. Barr
8:00am English Mass at St Mary Fr. Diego
Sacristan – Ev Bouray
Servers – Needed
Lectors – Mark Rapp
Eucharistic Minister – Mark Rapp, Linda Nott,
Ushers – Bob Bouray, Dave Warneke,
9:30am Mass at Presence Fr. Barr
5:30pm Mass at St Joseph Fr. Barr
Sacristan – Jean Mertz
Servers – Needed
Lectors – Pat Weigel, Scott Helms
Eucharistic Minister – Lana Schuck, Dee Roser,
Ushers – John Berg, Mary Connors,
Dee Roser, Mike Schuck,
7:00pm Spanish Mass at St Mary Fr. Diego
The St Mary Ladies’ Guild members will attend the Nov. 1 All Saint’s Day Mass at 8:00am for the Deceased Members of The Guild. We will be going to breakfast at Country Kitchen afterwards. All women of the parish are invited.
Having Our Lady of Fatima Statue coming here to Freeport is such a blessing! Many graces come with this statue. But what does it mean?
First of all, we have to make it clear that this statue is not what we are worshipping, nor do we worship Mary. When you take a step back and see what the purpose of Our Lady appearing in Fatima was, we find Our Lady is offended because people are no longer worshipping Jesus or following His ways. Sacrilege was a whole way of life. Atheism, with anti-religion thought, was causing so much war, death and persecutions in society, Our Lord Jesus sent Mary to save the souls who were on the verge of Hell. When we look at this fact, we see that Mary is truly leading people to her Son Jesus. She has in her heart the heart of her Son. She illustrates for us that she is really alive – that we are not talking to the dead, but the living (Mk 12:27). Our Lady came as a warning to souls who reject Jesus or are lukewarm to Him. Continue reading “Our Lady of Fatima Coming Soon”
May Fest — Come and enjoy— Food Drinks Games Entertainment Music
Noon to 5:00 pm Sunday May 6th
St Mary’s Church 704 S State Ave – Freeport, lL
Holy Hour and Healing Service will be held this Friday, April 6 at 5pm in St Mary Church in Freeport, IL.
It is Catholic Tradition to have extra spiritual activities on the first Friday of the Month to take advantage of the 15 Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Here in Freeport we have a Holy Hour that focuses on healing. This healing can be any kind of healing. We tend to focus on the physical ailments we may have. However, it can be emotional or spiritual healing as well. It can from something that was done yesterday or long ago. It might be a person you have a hard time forgiving. It could be any spiritual struggles you may have. Maybe you have a hard time even to pray. Jesus just may be waiting to give the gift of prayer. There is no issue too big or small for Jesus in the Eucharist. Non-Catholics are even invited. All are welcome to the hospital of souls.
The new Parish App offers quick access to current and past bulletins. Want to knwo what is going on in our parish right away. Just take a quick look at our parish bulletin in our parish app.
To download the Parish App on your smartphone just text the word, App to 88202.
New Parish App Is Here!
St Joseph and St Mary now has their own app for iPhone and Android smart phones. This will allow us to better communicate with you throughout the week and keep you updated with relevant parish news or updates. The app is very well designed and very intuitive. It is a great resource for parishioners by providing daily Mass readings, Catholic news and prayers, convenient prayer and Confession reminders, our bulletins and more. Continue reading “Newe Parish App”
Eucharistic Adoration Holy Hour of Healing
Are you hurting? Do you need quiet reflection time? Time alone with Jesus? Join us for an hour of Eucharistic Adoration with a healing service on Friday, February 2, at 5:00pm in St Mary Church.