During the month of November we remember all those who have passed from this life into the loving hands of our eternal Father. Due to the pandemic, this year we will remember their names both in our Book of Remembrance, present at all liturgies during the month, as well as in our Virtual Book on the parish website. In addition, at our Masses on All Souls Day, November 2, we will read aloud all the names of parishioners who have passed away over the past year, as well as honor all our beloved dead who we have lost in this time. Click here to complete the form to include your loved ones name in these remembrances. Please complete a new form for each name.
With joyful hearts, we are announcing the opportunity to gather this Saturday and Sunday for Mass. Space is limited to a total of 200 people at each Mass including liturgical ministers and staff. In our effort to create an environment that is as safe as possible, all parishioners attending must agree to the listed protocols on the signup form. If you are unable to sign up using the link, please call Tim Hetzel at (919) 847-8205×244, or James Wahl at (919) 847-8205×230.
Ministry Connections during COVID-19
Justice & Peace
In that spirit, our Justice and Peace Team is working hard to help you find ways to serve others during this time and to gather with others in meaningful (yet virtual) ways to learn more about working for justice in a wounded world.
“So, as those who have been chosen of God, holy and beloved, put on a heart of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience” Colossians 3:12 These are chaotic and uncertain times. Through Pastoral Care ministries, we are gathering ideas that may offer you a safe haven and some constructive ways to make the best of each day.
The Franciscan School continues to provide instruction to students to assure they are prepared for their academic futures. Please also visit the updated COVID19 resource page for information about the school’s response.
Inspired by our patron Francis of Assisi, we seek to proclaim the reign of God by growing in Holiness through our experience of Christ in word, sacrament and one another, offering Hope to those who hunger for human dignity, and extending Hospitality to all.