Welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes

Welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes

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Weekend Mass

Saturday: 5:00pm | Sunday: 8:00am, 10:30am, 5:00pm

Weekday Mass

Monday–Friday: 9:00am

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Wednesday: 8:30–8:55am | Saturday: 4:00–4:45pm

Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday: 8:25–8:55am (in the main church)
Friday: 9:30am–3:15pm (in the Adoration chapel, with Rosary at 9:30am and 1:00pm, and Divine Mercy Chaplet at 2:15pm and 3:00pm)

What’s Happening

Parish News

Help us reach our goal for Annual Diocesan Appeal

As of January 12, 2022, thanks to your generous support we have reached 83.57% of our target goal for the Annual Diocesan Appeal (ADA). We are humbled and grateful to…Read More…

Diocesan Lunch & Learn, February 3

Sometimes, community members notice a basic need is going unmet – people are hungry, they need a safe place to sleep at night or they need clothing – and they…Read More…

Dontate to Humility Home & Services

Humility Homes & Services help set up housing for those who are in need in our community. They can use any household items; but are particularly in need of the…Read More…

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A Path to Discipleship

Jesus' last command to his disciples was that they go and "make disciples of all nations..." (Matthew 28:19). Here at our Lady of Lourdes our goal is to help you become His disciple. Discipleship doesn't happen by accident. For us, that path begins with an ENCOUNTER, continues as we GROW in a relationship with Christ, and leads us to SERVE God in our neighbor. Click the button below to learn more about our Path of Discipleship.
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Become Catholic

How does somebody become a Catholic? A lot of Catholics are Catholic because their family is Catholic. We were born to Catholic parents, baptized as babies, and brought up “in the Church.” But what about the person who was raised in a different Christian tradition (e.g. Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, etc…), or someone who wasn’t raised in the faith at all? What about the person who was baptized as a baby, but, for whatever reason, missed a Sacrament or two along the way (like First Holy Communion or Confirmation)?
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