Totus Tuus

Join us for Totus Tuus this summer!
July 20-27
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1st - 6th Graders - Morning Sessions
7th Grade - College Students - Evening Sessions

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Mass Schedule

Weekday Masses
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 AM

Weekend Masses
Saturday: 5:30 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM & 11:00 AM

Eucharistic Adoration
Wednesdays: 5:00-6:00 PM

Parish Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Vision 20/20

           Through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and with deep faith in the people of God, Bishop Zinkula calls the Diocese of Davenport to a revitalization of our faith and a renewal of grace in the spirit of Pentecost. The time is now for us to move forward and fill every heart and life with the joy of the Gospel through a fresh encounter with Jesus Christ and His Church. Let us rise up and embrace the glorious future for God’s faithful in southeast Iowa.

          In recent years, we have weathered storms and navigated through some difficult challenges. We believe it is time now to be proactive about the future and be a light to the world. It is time to read the signs of the times as we name our sorrows and our joys, and look ahead toward a bright future of the Church. To this end, we are planning a diocesan Convocation at St. Ambrose University on June 6-8, 2019.

Please keep our Vision 20/20 delegates attending the Convocation this June in your prayers!

 

Saint of the Day

St. Osanna Andreasi

St. Osanna was a Dominican tertiary, who spent her adult life serving the poor and the sick and offering spiritual direction to many. However, she was also a mystic and a visionary, eventually bearing the pain and red marks of the stigmata, though not the bleeding.She was born in 1449 to a noble Italian family. Her visions, first of angels and of the Trinity, began at the young age of five. She felt a call to religious life and became a tertiary at 17, having already rejected a marriage arranged by her father.Her visions continued into her adult life, and she often fell into ecstasies. She was also a strong critic of the lack of morality of her day. She died in 1505.

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