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Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi Parish

Immediately following this Sunday’s 11:00 am Mass, all are invited to attend the Blessing of our Native Garden.  The garden is located by the north driveway near Clyo Rd.

The Precious Planet Ministry will give a short tour following the blessing.

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Our Mission
 
We at St. Francis of Assisi Parish, are a community of grateful believers, dreamers and doers, centered in the Lord Jesus. We follow the humble example of our patron, St. Francis striving to live the gospel way of life. We welcome stranger and friend alike sharing our lives and resources with all people. We are stewards of creation and peacemakers whose message is one of joy and simplicity.
 

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 Click above to hear the Town Hall meeting presentation about our 2017 Renovation Projects!
 
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St. Francis is easily accessible off of I-675 exit #7, head south for 3/4 of a mile, you will find us on the right just past Clyo Road

Mass Times: 5:00 pm Sat., 8:30 am & 11:00 am Sun.,

8:30 am Mon. – Fri.

Saint of the Day

  • St. Anselm April 21, 2018
    On April 21, the Catholic Church honors Saint Anselm, the 11th and 12th-century Benedictine monk and archbishop best known for his writings on Christ's atonement and the existence of God.In a general audience given on Sept. 23, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI remembered St. Anselm as “a monk with an intense spiritual life, an excellent teacher of the young, a […]

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  • Mass in sign language? These Spanish priests celebrate it every week April 20, 2018
    Madrid, Spain, Apr 20, 2018 / 04:26 pm (CNA).- In the Catholic Church, the spoken language is central to the liturgy: we recite the Nicene Creed as one, we praise the Lord with the Gloria that we sing, and we bow our heads to hear the blessing we receive at the end of Mass. But […]