St. Aloysius Parish News
Special thanks to Melanie and Dave King for coordinating the Adoration Chapel Ministry for the past year and a half. I truly appreciate their tremendous dedication and devotion to our parish through this ministry and for also serving in the
8:00 AM choir. Please join me in welcoming Karen Sadlowski as our new Adoration Chapel Coordinator. She will be assisted by Laure Thorpe, Arturo and Emilia Guerrero.... [Read more...]
Spring Blood Drive is on Tuesday, May 3 in Holy Family Hall from 2:30 – 7:00 PM.
Still accepting appointments online.
You can shorten your processing time by applying for Rapid Pass on the day of the drive before coming to the drive. Go to www.redcrossblood.org/rapidpass
All donors will be entered to win a trip to Carowinds.
The Red Cross will have an interpreter for Spanish speaking donors.
To sign up, go to redcrossblood.org... [Read more...]
The immeasurable sacrifice that our Lord JESUS did, dying on the cross to save the world, cannot compare to any! How can we give back a little? Maybe by becoming one of GOD’s Prayer Warriors at the Adoration Chapel, spending one holy hour a week. If you feel you are being called, please contact Dave and Melanie King at 828-638-0462, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to our parish website to sign up —- http://www.staloysiushickory.org/parishioners/forms. The... [Read more...]
FAITH FORMATION PARENTS:
+ Registration for the 2016-2017 Faith Formation Year will begin on June 5th and end on August 15th.
+ Faith Formation Classes are not just for Sacrament preparation. Students should attend classes every year from Kindergarten through the time they receive Confirmation (typically 8th Grade).
It’s not too early to think about volunteering for Faith Formation next... [Read more...]
Today we conclude this series, “The Many Faces of Fear /Exploring The Roots of Religious Fear” by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser as he offers Ten Principles Inviting Us To Live In Less Fear of God. Join us as we wrap up this year. The Adult Faith Enrichment class meets September – May. It follows the Sunday morning Faith Formation Schedule. This small faith group — normally 12-20 participants — meets Sunday... [Read more...]
ST ALOYSIUS WELCOMES 17 NEW MEMBERS INTO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
It was with great joy that St. Aloysius welcomed new members into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigils on Saturday, March 26th. Baptized at the Easter Vigil: Amber Breeding. Baptized in another Christian religion and who made a Profession of Faith and received their Confirmation and First Eucharist: Renelsa Blackman, Alex Chan-Chanchavac, Glant Elliott,... [Read more...]
“Whatsover You Do….” is the theme of the 2016 Diocesan Support Appeal. Your contribution is a way of serving our brothers and sisters throughout the diocese and continuing the saving work begun by Jesus. As of April 11th, $62,776.25 has been paid and $36,585.25 has been pledged by 304 (27%) of our families toward our goal of $113,092.00. Our current shortfall is $13,730.50. If you have not yet made your contribution,... [Read more...]
Do you pay $4.00 for your favorite cup of coffee?
Would you pay $4.00 to invest in your eternity?
Browse the parish kiosk after weekend Masses.
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The Diocese of Charlotte began the “Catholics Come Home” program last year. We encourage all of our parishioners to pray for those who have left the Church and invite them to join us at St. Aloysius. We lovingly invite all those who have drifted away from the practice of our faith to find healing, answers and support here and to come home to the Catholic Church. Please visit www.catholicscomehome.org.
Dear... [Read more...]
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