Our Mission Statement

We, the parish family of Our Lady of Hope, commit ourselves to continue the mission of Jesus Christ, to proclaim His Gospel, and to love one another as He loves us. We are a welcoming community of faith, guided by the Holy Spirit and centered on God’s Word and the Eucharist. Through the Sacraments, prayer, and the stewardship of our God-given gifts, we provide opportunities to grow closer to God and to serve members of the community.

Please join us Fridays during Lent for the Station of the Cross at 7:30pm
– Baptism Preparation Class: March 18th @ 11AM Lower Church
          Holy Week:

March 24        – Reconciliation/Confessions 4-4:30 (no confessions on March 31 Holy Saturday)

March 24/25  -Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion:   Saturday- 5pm Sunday- 8:30, 10, 11:30

March 26        -Confessions 1pm – 3pm and 7pm – 8:30pm

March 29       – Holy Thursday 9am Morning prayer, 7:30 pm Evening mass of the Lord’s Supper -Procession and Reposition with Adoration till 11pm

March 30       – Good Friday 9am morning prayer- 3pm Celebration or the Lord’s Passion with Adoration of the Cross and Holy Communion – 7:30pm Stations of the Cross

March 31      – Holy Saturday 9am Morning Prayer and Blessing of Easter Food – 7:30pm Easter Vigil

April 1           – Easter Sunday Masses at 8:30, 10 and 11:30am With Renewal of Baptismal Vows at each Mass

– Defensive Driving – Saturday, April 7, 2018 8:30am -3pm
– Lent 2018 letter from Bishop Barres to the people of the diocese: Lent 2018-Bishop’s Letter


Fast and abstinence practice: 
Fasting obliges all Catholics (from ages 18 to 59 inclusive) to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. On the fast days, we may take one full meal, two smaller meals and no snacking in between meals. Abstinence obliges all Catholics (14 years and older) to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday AND all other Fridays of Lent.

     ***The majority of the memorial bricks ordered have been placed by the Grotto on the parking lot side. ***