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Daily Mass
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM and 5:30 PM
Saturday-8:00 AM

Sunday Masses
4:00 PM Saturday-Vigil Mass
6:00 PM Saturday-Spanish Mass
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:15 AM
5:00 PM Sunday-Youth Mass

Holy Day of Obligation
5:30 PM Vigil Mass
8:00 AM, 12:00 Noon; 7:00 PM

Rev. Eduardo M. Medina

Rev. Jose Pelagio Padit

Pastoral Associate
Deacon Gregory Osgood

Please see  Church Bulletin  for additional News & Events


We are awaiting County permits to begin construction on the Grotto.  We thank all of you for your wonderful support.   Individual and corporate opportunities to donate are still available.  Some of the available opportunities are as follows:

The Stairs and Ramp ---------------- $5,000 each
The Spring ---------------------------- $20,000
The Benches -------------------------- $4,000 each
The Stations of the Cross ---------- $4,000 (2 left)
Pavers ------------------------------------- $150 each

Please contact the Parish Office at (561) 483-2440 or email us for more information.


VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis will celebrate a special Mass with the poor and people who assist them Nov. 19, the first World Day of the Poor. 
After the 2015-16 Year of Mercy, the Pope established the day to encourage new initiatives fostering encounter, friendship, solidarity and concrete assistance to the poor. Pope Francis is scheduled to offer a luncheon to 500 people attending the Mass, and the Vatican said it hoped parishes would do something similar. 
The World Day of the Poor celebration was just one item on a list of papal liturgies for November through January. 

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Catholics must make a real effort to share the Gospel with all people, fighting "the recurring temptation" that leads some to focus only on internal church matters or to be pessimistic about evangelization efforts, Pope Francis wrote. 
"May the Good News that in Jesus forgiveness triumphs over sin, life defeats death and love conquers fear be proclaimed to the world with renewed fervor and instill trust and hope in everyone," he wrote in a letter encouraging preparations for an "extraordinary missionary month" to be celebrated in October 2019. 
The Vatican released the letter Oct. 22, World Mission Sunday, as Pope Francis was reciting the Angelus with visitors gathered in St. Peter's Square.
"I exhort everyone to live the joy of mission by witnessing to the Gospel in the areas where they live and work," Pope Francis said. "At the same time, we are called to support with affection, concrete aid and prayer the missionaries who have set off to proclaim Christ to those who still do not know him." 
The Pope told visitors in the square, "It is my intention to promote an extraordinary missionary month in October 2019 with the goal of increasing the passion for the church's evangelizing activity 'ad gentes,'" a phrase meaning "to the nations" and used to describe missionary activity focused on people who still have not heard the Gospel. 

Church Bulletins

          November 5, 2017         November 12, 2017         November 19, 2017 

     Nov 5, 2017             Nov 12, 2017                  Nov 19, 2017

Enriching Our Faith
Fr. Joe Pel's Videos

Our faith is expected by the Lord to bloom and bear fruits of righteousness and holiness of life.  We, thus, need ways to continually nurture it.  Fr. Joe Pel has created a series of faith-formative videos under the heading "Faith Expressions" that can be accessed by clicking on the links below.   Be blessed by them and share them.




Our new OLOL website is coming soon.  We would like to transition smoothly.  As a glimpse, we will present our parish life in three categories:  REACHING IN, REACHING UP, REACHING OUT.  The new website will also contain other features that will characterize us as a community of faith.  Click on each heading below for a preview.

REACHING IN                   REACHING UP                   REACHING OUT

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The Clergy and Staff of Our Lady Of Lourdes wish you and your family a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving. We pray that you travel safely and enjoy the holiday.


The Parish office will be closed Wednesday November 22nd through Friday November 24th for Thanksgiving.


There will be only one Mass at 10:00 am on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day .


Our Adult Education Bible Series which started on November 2nd is:

There are eleven, 50 minute DVD sessions with Deacon Greg Osgood.
Join us on Thursdays, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM in O'Shea Hall.
Starts: Thurs, Nov 2nd, 2017 Ends:    Thurs, Feb 8th, 2018. 
Study Book cost - $15.00.
You can still register. CLICK HERE for a copy of the registration form.


December 15th at 7:00 pm 

The Music Ministry of Our Lady Of Lourdes invites you to an evening of musical reflection on with The Winter Rose, a Christmas cantata that incorporates both traditional carols and newly composed anthems that visit the timeless Christmas Story with fresh insights.  Click HERE to see flyer.


Come join us in our celebration of the Birth of Jesus Christ at Our Lady Of Lourdes Parish at 7:00 p.m. on December 19-21, 2017.   The celebrant will be Rev. Fr. Joepel Padit.  Fellowship follows at O’Shea Hall after the Mass.  


Our D.S.A. goal for the year 2017 is $167,000 and to date, we have received $152,781.74 in pledges and donations leaving an overall shortfall of $14,218.26.  Please fulfill your pledge before the deadline of December 31, 2017 and help our Bishop and Diocese meet the commitment to provide for those less fortunate.  Thank You and God Bless.