What Kind of Bread Shall We Be? – March 25

What Kind of Bread Shall We Be?

Presented by Fr Dominic Garramone, OSB

9am Mass with program starting at 10am

Saturday, March 25 at HSP Hall

If we are the Body of Christ, then like the Eucharist, we are also meant to be broken and shared. We are called to share our bread with the hungry and poor. But people are hungry for all sorts of things: for affection, for companionship, for reconciliation and for forgiveness. Some are hungry for knowledge, others for wisdom.  Most of all, we are starving for love. Considering all these needs, how can we share ourselves?  What kind of bread shall we be?

Join Fr. Dominic “The Bread Monk” as we explore these questions in preparation for Holy Week and beyond. Find out how you can use your unique gifts to share the good news as an “everyday evangelist.” Afterwards we’ll share a buffet of “breads and spreads” as a celebration of the diversity of Christian witness in our parish and our diocese.

Fr. Dominic’s bread books and other kitchen items will be available for purchase after the program. All this and free door prizes, too! He is only able to accept cash, check or venmo at this time.

Please register below or by calling 309-829.2197.


RCIA March Class Information

RCIA March Class Information

Take the opportunity to grow in the knowledge of your faith as all parishioners are encouraged to attend any or all classes of interest to them.  No registration is required. Class starts at 6:30pm at the Parish Center


Mar 30:Baptism- Becoming a Christian 

Sacraments of Initiation. Dying and Rising with Christ. The Liturgy of Baptism. The Necessity of Baptism. Who Can Receive Baptism? The Effects of Baptism. Baptism Is A Call To Holiness. Presented by Deacon Al Lundy.



The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary – March 1

The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
Wednesday mornings after 8am Mass in the Holy Trinity Lower Level starting March 1st.
Presented by Becky Vannatta

Have you ever wanted to grow in your understanding and devotion to the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary? Join Dr. Ben Akers and professors from the Augustine Institute Graduate School as they walk through these Biblical mysteries and seek to grow in understanding and love for Christ through them.

Registration appreciated, but not required.