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Monday, July 25th, the feast of St. James will be a High Mass at St Agnes at 5:15pm
Tuesday, July 26th, the feast of St. Anne, the Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary will be a High Mass at St. Agnes at 5:15pm
Fr. van Zee will be going on retreat and will be unavailable July 28th to August 9th. Fr. Adams will be available during that time.
Solemn High Mass on Sunday, July 31st at 845am at St. Agnes
The Centennial Pilgrim image of Our Lady of Fatima is coming to Corpus Christi Chapel to consecrate our families to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Monday, July 18th at 3pm in St. Agnes' Chapel. At 3:00pm there will be a crowning and imposition of the Rosary and Scapular on the Pilgrim Image of Our Lady, followed by the Rosary, a speaker will then give a talk on the Message of Our Lady of Fatima. Then we will have the Consecration of families to the Two Hearts. There will be an imposition of the Brown Scapular on all who participate and who have not yet received the imposition of the Scapular followed by Holy Mass at 5:15pm.
For all those who would like to receive the imposition of the Brown Scapular and have not already been imposed, we will have a blessing and imposition after the 6:45am Mass on Saturday, July 16th. Please bring your own scapular to be blessed.
The requirements for receiving the promises of the Brown Scapular are:
1. Wear the Brown Scapular continuously.
2. Observe chastity according to one’s state in life (married/single).
3. Recite daily the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin OR Observe the fasts of the Church together with abstaining from meat on Wednesdays and Saturdays OR with permission of a priest, say five decades of Our Lady’s Most Holy Rosary
Sunday, July 3rd, Fr. Lugalambi will be celebrating Mass at St. Agnes while Fr. van Zee is away.
Monday, July 4th, Mass will be at 6:45am at St. Agnes and not at 5:15pm. Happy 4th of July to you all!
We would like to thank all the teachers, parents, and volunteers who helped make another successful Chant Camp. We had over forty students studying chant and preparing to sing at the Solemn Mass in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and they sung wonderfully! Their teachers certainly prepared them well. May God reward you for helping His little ones to worship Him through beautiful chant.
On Tuesday, June 28th, Deacon Quinn Gomez, who has been a tremendous help during the entire month of June, will be leaving us. Thank you Deacon for all your hard work, good example, and for teaching during Chant Camp.
June 28th to July 5th Fr. van Zee will be out of town. Fr. Adams will still be available during this time.
Wednesday, June 29th, is the first class feast of Sts. Peter and Paul. We will have a sung Mass at 5:15pm in the Chapel at St. Agnes.
Saturday, July 2nd, Fraternity Seminarian Mr. Stephen Wetzel arrives. Mr. Wetzel will be helping at the Chapel for the month of July.
Tomorrow is the external solemnity of Corpus Christi our patronal feast. Yes, we can celebrate it twice. Happy Feast to all! Please remember that the 845am Mass at St. Agnes will be a low Mass. The 4:30pm Mass at St. William's will be a solemn high Mass with the traditional Eucharistic procession to follow. Since solemn high Mass requires three ministers (priest, deacon, and subdeacon) we will not be available to hear confessions during Mass.
If you signed up for Chant Camp you can pick up your t-shirt after the 4:30pm Mass at St. William's on Sunday, June 19th. If you are not able to make it to that Mass, you can get your shirt on Monday when you show up for Camp.
From the Fathers of Corpus Christi Chapel to all the fathers in the pews, all the unsung heroes who have worked so hard to teach the faith to their families, who have instilled discipline and virtue to their little ones, who have broken their backs at work to put food on the table and clothes on the backs of their families, to all of you we wish you a very Happy Fathers' Day!
With a vibrant and growing community there is a great demand for confessions. To facilitate everyone having the opportunity to go to confession we ask that if you have the opportunity to go to Confession during the week, please do so. Sunday confessions really should be primarily for those who are not able to go during the week. We also ask that you pray regularly for an increase in priestly vocations.