September 26, 2020 is a National Day of Prayer. People will be traveling to Washington, DC to gather in the Mall to pray. Many others will not be able to travel for this important event. Join us at Holy Ghost as we have Adoration for our Nation.
Saturday, September 26th 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
We are living through a period of great moral decline unlike anything in human history. People reject the basic moral principles of which are the foundation of a just and healthy society. We are witnessing the destruction of human life in the womb, the rejection of traditional marriage and family, and everything that flows from these sacred truths. With the passing of Justice Ginsberg, there is the opportunity for our President and elected officials to make a difference.
Help make a difference, Come and do Adoration for Our Nation
Many have been asking to have their water and salt blessed. It is much easier to do it once for all rather than sever times a week. Please mark you calendar!
Saturday October 4th CORRECTION: October 3rd Following 9:00 am Mass
Please bring bottles of water no smaller than one gallon and your cartons of salt to be blessed. Be sure to write your name on your water bottles and salt. Place them on the table by the baptismal font and remove the tops of the water bottles only. No need to open the salt.
After prayer and close observation, we have decided to move Adoration back to the chapel. With the few who are present each hour it is very easy to keep social distancing. Please be sure respect everyones distance and follow proper protocol. There are X’s on chairs to help keep with proper spacing. People who live in the same household can sit together. We can safely hold at least 17 people in our chapel if everyone sits on the marked chairs. However, not more than 4 or 5 people have been observed at any hour of the day since the public celebration of Mass has been reinstated.
Monday September 14, 2020 Feast of the Triumph of the Cross
Daily Mass will remain, and Adoration on Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm will remain in the church.