Come to the Lenten Mission this week!

Don’t miss our Mission with Fr. Michael Dominic O’Connor, O.P.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
7:00 pm
Monday & Tuesday – Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Mission Talk, Confessions and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Wednesday – The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with Mission Talk.

A lover of music and theology

Rev. Michael O’Connor, O.P. knew from boyhood that he wanted to be a priest, but it took him awhile to decide to be a Dominican.

Benedictines staffed the church across from Father O’Connor’s home in Peru, Ill., and his high school, so he thought that … (Read more here)

Extended hours …

Many have been asking, so we have extended the Fish & Chips to close at 7:00 pm. If you can’t make it earlier, you can get your Fish & Chips tonight after Mass and on Friday’s after Stations of the Cross.

Here are just a few shots from today!

Deacon Ray eating Fish & Chips

Guess who the first sit down customer was! Our own Deacon Ray.


Fish & Chips

Just too big for the plate!


Fish & Chips

Joe & Eileen Silva enjoying lunch


2014 Lenten Mission

Fr. Michael O'Connor, O.P.

Fr. Michael O’Connor, O.P.

Join us for our annual Lenten Mission
March 24, 25 & 26, 2014
7:00 pm
Confession will be available on Monday & Tuesday
following the mission.
The Mission will close with Mass on Wednesday.
Healing Broken Relationships: 
The Discovery of the Woman at the Well
Are there relationships in your life that are broken, or damaged, or in need of healing?  Sin has introduced profound disorder into the world, and this disorder is felt nowhere more profoundly than in our relationships: our relationship with God, our relationship with ourselves, and our relationships with others.  But the Good News of the Gospel is that real healing is possible!  If this divine healing is to be ours, however, we must discover, as did the Woman at the Well, that all healing is found in a person: the person of Jesus Christ.  God has promised to “heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds.” (Ps. 147:3)  Come and encounter his divine healing in Jesus Christ.