Welcome to our Parish! Please see important information about the reopening of our Church

  • Weekday and Weekend Masses have resumed and are first come first served until we have reach our government regulated 30% capacity. Please enter and exit for Mass through our Main Front Doors Only. Doors open 30 minutes prior to Mass and will be locked at the beginning of Mass. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to Mass.
  • Masks are mandatory at Church. Please continue to be kind and charitable and follow the direction of local health authorities by wearing a mask. Remember to always bring your mask when you come to Church. A mask is primarily to protect others, and the second reason to wear a mask is to protect yourself. Let’s work together at St. Aloysius to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
  • Our Parish Office is open. Anyone wishing to visit the office will require an appointment and masks are required when visiting the office. You will be asked a few health questions when you arrive at the office.
  • All other St. Aloysius Parish Activity is suspended until further notice.
  • We are planning on rescheduling Sacraments for people who missed having First Communion and Confirmation in the Spring. We are looking at Oct/Nov 2020. More details will be released as they become available.
  • The St. Aloysius Food Pantry is closed until further notice.
  • Wondering how to support St. Aloysius? Click here to reach our donation page for more information on a number of ways to give to our Parish.

From the Pastor’s Desk

  • Gospel Reflection; Sunday Aug 16, 2020 Gospel Reflection; Sunday Aug 16, 2020 In today’s first reading, the Lord speaks through the prophet Isaiah during a time of political upheaval and moral decline. The prophet had warned of God’s judgment against people for the feelings of self-importance they found in their possessions, and condemned them for various forms of economic injustice such […]
  • Gospel Reflection – Sunday Aug 9, 2020 Gospel Reflection – Sunday August 9, 2020 Today’s Gospel reveals what miraculous things can happen when one embraces a single-minded faith in Jesus Christ. Peter gets out of a wind-tossed boat when the Lord calls him. His faith is tested by his obedience to Jesus who is calling him out onto the water. In the […]
  • Gospel Reflection; Sun Aug 2, 2020 Today we jump ahead in our reading of Matthew’s Gospel to Chapter 14. Last week we heard Jesus conclude his discourse with the crowds about the Kingdom of Heaven. In Matthew’s narrative, Jesus then leaves the crowds and returns to Nazareth, where he is rejected. Matthew then recounts the story of John the Baptist’s arrest […]
  • Gospel Reflection Sun July 26, 2020 Today’s Gospel concludes three weeks of readings from the 13th Chapter of Matthew’s Gospel. Throughout these three weeks we have heard Jesus teaching crowds about the kingdom of heaven, and we have heard Jesus interpret some of his teachings for the disciples. In this week’s Gospel, Jesus offers three more short parables. The first two parables […]

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Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 7:00 pm
Monday - Saturday: 8:00am (no Sat morn Mass from July-end of Sept. No 7:00 pm Tuesday Masses at this time)

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