June 11, 2023–Corpus Christi Procession

Posted by on Jun 2, 2023 in Announcements

Weather permitting, the annual Corpus Christi procession will take place following the 11:30am High Mass on June 11. The procession route is approximately one mile through the neighborhood to the north of the parish. Come and accompany our Eucharistic Lord in this annual devotion. All are welcome!


Posted by on Dec 17, 2022 in Announcements

On Sunday, December 25, 2022, Masses will be offered at midnight, 8:00am, and 10:00am.


Posted by on Dec 7, 2022 in Announcements

On Thursday, December 8, 2022, Holy Mass will be offered at 6:30am, 12 noon, and High Mass at 7:00pm.


Posted by on Nov 18, 2022 in Announcements

Holy Mass will be offered at 7:00am and 9:00am on Thursday, November 24.


Posted by on Oct 31, 2022 in Announcements

Holy Mass will be offered at 6:30am, 12 noon, and High Mass at 7:00 pm.

October 4 Mass Time Change

Posted by on Oct 3, 2022 in Announcements

On Tuesday, October 4, Mass will be offered at 6:00pm due to parking lot resurfacing. There will not be a morning Mass that day.

JULY 4, 2022: ONE MASS AT 9:00AM

Posted by on Jun 29, 2022 in Announcements

On July 4, 2022, there will be only one Mass at 9:00am.

Modified Mass Schedule on Thanksgiving, Nov 25, and Friday, Nov 26

Posted by on Nov 20, 2021 in Announcements

Please note that there will only be one Mass on Thursday, November 25, and Friday, November 26, at 9:00am each day.

Sunday Obligation Resumes June 5-6

Posted by on May 29, 2021 in Announcements

Archbishop Naumann has chosen the weekend of June 5-6 as the occasion on which the dispensation from the obligation by the faithful to attend Mass shall be lifted. Beginning with Masses for that weekend, all the Catholic faithful residing within the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas must return to observing the precept of the Church to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation. Those who suffer from underlying health concerns or compromised immunity, or who have genuinely serious concerns about the risk of contracting disease are not bound by the obligation to attend Mass.

Additionally, and as has always been the case whether one is obligated to attend Mass or not, we are nonetheless obliged to observe the Third Commandment. The faithful who are unable to attend Mass, like all the faithful, should refrain from unnecessary work and avoid unnecessary shopping, and should spend time in leisure, rest and prayer.


Posted by on Sep 18, 2020 in Announcements

We thank Archbishop Nauman for establishing our community as a personal parish of his archdiocese. This is the fruit of and a testament to the decades of prayer and labor of our clergy and laity. Thanks are due to all the priests who led and labored for this community over the years, perhaps most especially Fr. Fongemie who led the community to obtain its own church and began the process of becoming a parish. Thanks also to the lay members of our parish, especially those who have supported us from the beginning, sticking it out through the long period when we were sharing churches with other parishes. While we look forward to what the future holds for our parish, we should all be profoundly grateful for all the labor which has made this possible.

Fr. DeGuzman was formally installed as the first pastor of our parish by Archbishop Naumann in a small ceremony on September 17.