Act, and God will act.

— St. Joan of Arc

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Monday - Saturday 8:30 AM
Monday & Wednesday 6 PM (Wed, Español)

Saturday 4:30 PM (Vigil)
Sunday 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:30 PM (Español)

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Monday - Saturday 8 - 8:25 AM
Monday & Wednesday 5:30 - 5:55 PM
Saturday 9 - 10:30 AM

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Veneremur Cernui – Down in Adoration Falling

Apostolic Exhortation of The Most Reverend Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix

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We are an active, growing parish, welcoming in spirit and united in our diversity. We continually strive to achieve our mission: "Encountering The Living Christ," seeking to be the family of God through our active participation in worship, education, service, social activities and stewardship.

From Our Pastor

How is God inviting us into a deeper relationship with Himself?

10-17-2021Fr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

I hope everyone has had a wonderful week. I want to share a quote from Pope Benedict XVI that I recently read. He writes, “When God disappears, men and women do not become greater; indeed, they lose the divine dignity, their faces lose God’s splendor. In the end, they turn out to be merely products of a blind evolution and, as such, can be used and abused. This is precisely what the experience of our epoch has confirmed for us.” We do not need to be theologians to notice this. It seems that more and more often our society is trying to wipe away the face of God. We know as well what has happened in our culture alongside this. Men and women lose their true identity, which is only bestowed by God, in the confusing and misleading transgender culture. We see an increase in anxiety and anger throughout society. Notice that Pope Benedict speaks of “divine dignity”. He means to tell us that dignity has some transcendental meaning because it is bestowed by God.

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St. Joan of Arc Catholic Preschool Tour

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Respect Life

The SJA Respect Life Team helps make the parish a center of life; a place where parishioners understand the issues and the importance of meeting the needs of those who are most vulnerable—especially mothers and their unborn children, and those who are seriously ill or dying and their families. Our membership is open to all who are interested in promoting the sanctity and dignity of human life, from conception to natural death.

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Verso l'alto Youth Group

Verso l'alto Youth Group welcomes all high-school teens every Monday night from 6:30-8:00pm.

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