An Involved Church
8:30AM & 10:30AM
3:00 PM on Saturdays
We Welcome All
We have always seen ourselves as a “school of spirituality” since forming in 1982. We believe that our spiritual journey is a life-long endeavor. We seek to provide pathways for that journey to all people who seek a deepening relationship with God. We strive to live spiritually wholesome lives. We seek to deepen our knowledge of God, celebrate His presence and join Him in service to our brothers and sisters. We are committed to returning the gifts bestowed on us by caring for those in need. We focus on developing and nurturing the mind, body and spirit of each person who wishes to participate. We do this through strong liturgy, quality programs and enriching activities. We provide solid educational opportunities for all ages beginning with our Pre-school, Parish School of Religion, and Catholic Grade School. We enjoy a fully engaged Youth Ministry Program for teens. We celebrate and support families of all shapes and sizes. We have an active and vibrantly mature community, we affectionately call Yesterday’s Kids. We are over 1400 households strong and growing. We warmly invite all to join us as we seek to know, experience and follow Jesus Christ who is the Truth, the Light and the Way in our daily lives.
Jesus gave the Church the seven sacraments. The sacraments are the main liturgical signs of the Church. They make the Paschal Mystery of Jesus, who is always the main celebrant of each sacrament, present to us. They make us sharers in the saving work of Christ and in the life of the Holy Trinity.
Sacraments Of Initiation
Preparation: Done on an individual basis, monthly by arrangement.
Preparation: Instruction and parish activities and service.
Ages: Eighth grade and high school students.
Preparation: Class instructions and parish activities for children AND parents.
Sacraments Of Healing
Preparation: Class instruction and parish preparation. Parent meetings are a priority for this sacrament.
Anointing of the Sick
This sacrament is administered to those who have a serious illness, anticipate medical procedures, are infirm or advanced in age, or in immediate danger of death.
Sacraments Of Healing
This is a four-month period of preparation including the taking of PREPARE, a parish marriage preparation, and filling out necessary prenuptial forms. General Meeting is held in late January or early February. Later meetings are by appointment.
Through Holy Orders a baptized man is consecrated to serve the whole Church as a bishop, priest, or deacon in the name of Christ. One may also consider a vocation through the Church as a religious sister or brother.
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Staff & Leadership
Parish Council Members
Meets monthly at 6:30 p.m. from August – Lent
Prepares annual budget; reviews expenditures, financial statements, and budget variance reports. Follows Diocesan guidelines as to the number of people/expertise of those chosen for this group. Advises pastor and pastoral council on financial matters.
625 St. Nicholas Dr., O'Fallon, IL 62269