Leviticus 23:2

Brothers and Sisters,

This is the time of year that we will have lots of Holy Days and some Holy Days of Obligation.  All of the information for the Mass times and locations are on the website for the Church of Saint Olaf.  You can always go to the EVENTS CALENDAR for this information:

Here are the basics coming up.

Solemnity of All Saints (All Saints Day)

Holy Day of Obligation

31 October        6:30pm              OLR

01 November     6:15pm              STC

01 November     7:30pm              STO

Solemnity of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls)

02 November     8:30am               OLR

02 November     6:15pm              STC

02 November     7:30pm              STO

Civil Day of Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving Day)

Civil Holiday     

24 November     9am                    STO

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

Holy Day of Obligation

Patronal Feast Day of the United States

07 December     7pm                    STO

08 December     6:30pm              OLR

08 December     7:30pm              STC

Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord (Christmas Day)

Holy Day of Obligation

24 December     3:30pm              OLR

24 December     5:30pm              STO

25 December     10am                  STC

Solemnity of the Most Holy Family

29 December     7pm                    STC

30 December     8:30am               STO

30 December     6pm                    OLR

Solemnity of Mary Mother of God

Holy Day of Obligation

31 December     4pm                    STC

31 December     5:30pm              OLR

01 January         9:30am               STO

Please, of course, feel free to attend Mass at any one of the parishes (or other nearby parishes) at whatever time works best for you and your family.  Please plan ahead and be proactive to make sure that you will be at Mass on these Holy Days.  An old friend of mine used to say “failure to prepare is preparing to fail.”  Let’s all be sure that we are preparing to come to Mass on these Holy Days and especially on the Holy Days of Obligation.

God be near,

Father Jeremy