St. Aloysius Parish News
Lent begins this Wednesday. The Mass schedule is on the calendar at left. Now is the time to prepare yourself to get the most out of this solemn Season. Lent is the 40-day liturgical Season of fasting, prayer and almsgiving in preparation for Easter. The word “Lent” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word meaning spring. Now is the time for us to spring into action. What are you going to do to get the most out of Lent? This... [Read more...]
Beginning in January, 2016, St. Aloysius will offer a biblically based curriculum that teaches us how to handle money God’s way. This nine-week course, developed by Dave Ramsey, will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and more. Classes began Sunday, January 10th 3-5:00 PM in the Video Room for nine weeks. For more information, call Fred Stevens at 446-0567 or email email@example.com.
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ASH WEDNESDAY – FEBRUARY 10 (Distribution of Ashes)
Masses: ENGLISH: 7:00 AM, 12:10 PM, 7:00 PM (church)
SPANISH: 9:00 AM, 5:00 PM, 9:00 PM (church)
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE:
Monday – 9:00 AM (Sebastian Chapel)
Tuesday 9:00 AM (Sebastian Chapel)
Wednesday – 5:15 PM (Church)
Thursday – 9:00 AM (Sebastian Chapel)
Friday – 12:10 PM (Church)
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Surprise your true love with tickets to St. Aloysius Catholic Church’s Third Annual Valentine’s Dinner and Dance on Saturday, February 13th, from 7:00 to 11:00 PM at the Lake Hickory Country Club. Enjoy fine dining, dancing to a new DJ, and a flowing cash bar. Tickets are $30.00 per person and are available at the parish office Monday-Friday 9:00 AM–12:00 PM and 1:00-5:00 PM. Hurry and take advantage of this... [Read more...]
February is St. Aloysius’ month to collect much needed items for the Battered Women’s Shelter. They desperately need maternity clothes, Pack and Play, bouncy seats, new umbrella strollers, walkers, laundry baskets, cooking utensils, handheld mixers, food storage containers with lids, women’s tennis shoes, under the bed storage bins, and shoe racks. Also needed are: baby wipes, baby shampoo,... [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...]
ATTENTION FIRST EUCHARIST PARENTS
MANDATORY FIRST EUCHARIST PARENT MTG.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31st at 9:30 AM in English
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd at 4:45 PM. Bilingual
This meeting is for all parents who expect their child to receive First Communion in May, 2016.
CONFIRMATION DATE St. Aloysius will celebrate the Sacrament of Confirmation for our 8th Grade and High School students on Tuesday, June 21, at 7:00 PM – the Feast... [Read more...]
In this Sunday’s lesson, “Your Image of God”, Fr. Albert summarizes “The most important aspect of a person’s spiritual life is their image of God. How you think about God, because if you have a healthy image of God it will catapult you to holiness.” Join us as we continue “Catching Fire / Becoming Flame” with Fr. Albert Haase, OFM. We meet on Sunday mornings from 9:15 until 10:30 in the Parlor. All... [Read more...]
If you are interested in learning more about the Catholic Church, either to become a member, or as a Catholic to deepen and enrich your knowledge, RCIA classes meet on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM in the Parlor.
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You are invited to join the Women’s Bible Study group on a pilgrimage through the life of the Blessed Mother. Guided by Dr. Edward Sri, we will journey through the biblical narrative of Mary’s life and visit the places where key events in salvation history took place. Deepening our devotion to the Blessed Mother, we will discover her in a uniquely personal way as she leads us into a profound and personal... [Read more...]
“Whatsoever you do…” is the theme of the 2016 Diocesan Support Appeal. Our parish’s allotted goal is $113,092.00. You should have received a letter or postcard from Bishop Jugis asking for your generous support of the DSA. This weekend we will view the DSA video, so we can all have an understanding of how the funds given to the DSA impact our diocese. Bishop Jugis asks each of us to prayerfully consider a gift... [Read more...]
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