Prayer groups meet to read the Scriptures and apply it to their daily lives in order to be better Catholic Christians. The meetings consist of praying the Rosary, praise and worship, invocation of the Holy Spirit, Bible readings and reflections, witnessing, and ending with the Lord's Prayer. To join a prayer group, please watch the bulletin for the next meeting date and time.
AMERICAN'S FINEST HOUR
"America's Finest Hour" is a nationwide prayer campaign designed to save America from the evil that is sweeping across our land. The list of evil is long but the most profound crimes against God and humanity are abortion, religious persecution, and the corruption of our youth. America's Finest Hour was inspired by England's Finest Hour when that nation was fighting for its survival during World War II. Hitler was about to invade when Prime Minister Winston Churchill rallied the nation to victory with his now famous battle cry: "This is our finest hour!" At that darkest moment in England's history, King George VI called the nation to 24 hours of prayer. The citizens responded and filled the churches, begging God to save England. God heard their prayers and England was miraculously saved. Since January 2016, parishioners and visitors have joined many other churches in the nation by opening our doors for one hour a week to plead with Almighty God to save our country. This prayer service is held every Tuesday at 12:00 noon in Our Lady's Chapel starting on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
THE CONFRATERNITY OF THE MOST HOLY ROSARY
Read a description of this worldwide prayer group here which prays the entire Rosary following the prescription for the mysteries over the course of a week.
CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER GROUP
The Contemplative Prayer Group is a deep study with the communion of the soul and the inner dwelling of God in solitude and silence as it applies to our everyday lives. Contemplative prayer is a way of life and an awareness of the mysterious journey of the soul in response to God's call. Call the office for meeting dates and times.
For more information about our chapter of the LEGION OF MARY, go directly to our webpage.
MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS ROSARY CENACLE
The Marian Movement of Priests Rosary Cenacle is devoted to honoring the Blessed Mother and promoting unity within the Catholic Church, in particular, obedience to the divine authority of our Holy Father. The MMP is "a movement," "a spirit," not an organization with meetings, a ministry head, and so on. The Blessed Virgin Mary alone is its leader; priests are its primary members, but all lay persons are welcome to pray the Rosary for priests throughout the world. Our Cenacle leads the Rosary every Tuesday morning at 8:30 am after the 8:00 am Mass in Our Lady's Chapel. For spiritual nourishment, encouragement, and understanding of this prayer group, read the book To the Priests, Our Lady's Beloved Sons.
PADRE PIO PRAYER GROUP
St. Pio of Pietrelcina was a Capuchin Franciscan priest for 50 years. He bore the wounds of Christ and was canonized on June 16, 2002, by Pope John Paul II. The Padre Pio Prayer Group is the phenomenal answer by Padre Pio to an appeal made by Pope Pius XII to form prayer groups to pray for world peace and to pray together as Jesus asked. His spiritual prayer groups are worldwide and number over 200,000. They are united to serve Christ through the love that the Lord and Padre Pio inspire. This ministry gathers on the second Saturday of the month to pray the Rosary; there is also a special Mass in Our Lady's Chapel. For dates and times, please check the bulletin.
If you would like to have prayers said for you or loved one, please call the Parish Office (335-2385).
SANTO NIÑO PRAYER GROUP
The Santo Niño Prayer Group meets on the third Monday of every month for a novena at the Santo Niño statue at 6:00 pm followed by a prayer meeting in the Parish Hall.
SPANISH PRAYER GROUP
The Spanish Prayer Group meets every Monday at 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. Para leer esta descripción en español, haga clic aquí.
Volunteers make Rosaries the second Tuesday of each month. These rosaries are made available to residents in local nursing homes, to students in our Religious Education program, and to parishioners and visitors who can find them in the narthexes of the church. We also send our rosaries missions both in the United States and abroad. If you have a broken rosary that you want repaired, we can teach you how to fix it. We meet the second Tuesday of the month at 1:00 pm in the Parish Hall.