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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.  

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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Upcoming Events

Mass Schedule

Saturday: 4:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM

and 11:00 AM

 

MINISTRY SCHEDULE

FUNERAL READINGS

Gospel Living

Amazon.com in England aired a commercial featuring an old priest and an old Imam sitting together at tea.  As they get up to bid farewell, they both laugh at the cost of old age, and their aching knees, in particular.  Each decides at that moment to give the other the gift of a knee brace, thus allowing the other to pray, according to their own faith, despite differences of conviction.  This charity is at the heart of Christmas.  Christ comes to save all people of good will.  The Epiphany of our Lord is revealed to all who seek God with a genuine heart.  The magi who sought Christ soon after his birth were greeted with suspicion and animosity.  Herod, on the other hand, did not seek God's will, nor did he welcome these strangers to his land.  What about us, today?  Do we welcome strangers and foreigners or treat them with suspicion or exploitation?  We, who come to worship Jesus at the manger, are called upon to reveal him to all peoples, through the exercise of our own gifts whether they be gold, frankincense and myrrh, or faith, hope and love.  - Fr. David Munoz, OMI

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