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Join us... We are a diverse and inclusive community who:

  • celebrate the wonder of creation and grace in our lives
  • welcome all who seek God
  • prefer a relaxed style of prayer
  • respond to the needs of our community

Come and let your children experience the goodness of God through inspiring music and real participation at the 11AM Mass.  All newcomers are invited to approach a member of the parish staff to discuss the many opportunities at Our Lady of Hope.  

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Youth Choir Production of Fiddler on the Roof was a Smash Hit!

   

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Advent 2016 - Lead us to the Light!

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 We long for Christ to be born in our hearts and in our world!

 

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You are welcome to take part in our living harmony!

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We are an Easter People!

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Mass Schedule

Saturday: 4:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM

and 11:00 AM

 

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Many have seen the movie “The Shack” in theaters, based on William P. Young’s book by the same title. In one scene of the book the main character, Mack, encounters Jesus and asks him: “Does that mean that all roads lead to you?” Jesus responds: “Not all. Most roads don’t lead anywhere. What it does mean is that I will travel any road to find you.” In the familiar story of the road to Emmaus, we are reminded to seek the risen Christ on our own road of life. But as we saw from “The Shack”, that road is not the same for everyone. It is usually the roads of daily life on which we all find ourselves filled with doubts, suffering, disappointments, etc. However, it is there that the risen Christ encounters us and reveals to us the greatest of stories: that despite all those feelings we are ransomed through his blood and brought to the hope of our own future resurrection. After our journeying we come to sit at the table of the Eucharist and in the breaking of the bread recognize that Christ has accompanied us all along. It is at the Eucharist that he opens our minds to recognize in Scripture every moment that he has walked with humanity, especially those moments when we least realized it. And for this we continue to cry: Alleluia, Christ is risen! - Fr. David Muñoz, OMI
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