We invite you to become involved
in all that is happening at
St. Ignatius Parish,
a diverse community
under the care of the Jesuits
for more than 110 years.
NO PUBLIC MASSES AT THIS TIME - TO BE ANNOUNCED
Weekend Recorded Liturgies
St Ignatius Parish recorded Mass coming soon
June 7th Mass will be available on June 6th at 4pm
St Ignatius Recorded Mass
for June 7, 2020
(Available on June 6th)
Music & Worship Aid:
Opening song – Holy, Holy, Holy—BB 211
Interlude Song—How Great Thou Art—BB 424
Meditation Song—I Am the Bread of Life—BB 327
Closing Song—Holy God, We Praise Thy Name – BB 197
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATES!
Front Row: Derek Salter, Luke Stevens, Jackson Mayeur, Ben Seleen, Gus Townsend, Collin Brooks,
Keenan Chrisan, Viktor Pospisil; Andrew Keller,
Brett Lundgren, Poppy Prewitt, Hannah Carlberg
Back Row: Brien Williams, Roxy Crunchie,
Katerina Tsiorba, Sofia Morales, Zaida Goodarzi,
Sy’aisa Lloyd, Carolina Curran, Setchel Crittenden,
Stella McDermott, Marilyn Tran, Violet Walker,
Julian Herrera, Maia Lippay, Gary Kaufman (seated),
Ella Rivelli, Grace Baker, Alexandra Semper
Billy Biegler, SJ
Tell a story about your experience with one of the fruits of the Spirit. The story can be funny, sweet, personal, or anything you want to share. If you don't have a story, that's OK. Just share which fruit of the Spirit you feel blessed with, and which you desire more of. The fruits of the spirit are: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
Record your answer for your fellow parishioners on flipgrid, and hear what they had to say! You can even record a reply to your fellow parishioners! Here's the code! https://flipgrid.com/byrd8616
RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE
The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be available in front of the church on June 7, 2020 for your donation between 9:00AM and 2:00 PM sign up at:
First Reconciliation & Communion Registration for 2020/2021
This has been quite a year so far and you are probably wondering about Sacramental Preparation for your child in 2020-2021. In a typical year we would begin preparation in early September and meet in person weekly to prepare for First Reconciliation in late fall. The health and well-being of our children, parents, priests and catechists are foremost in our minds and we are monitoring the situation. If we cannot provide our typical program this fall we have two alternative options for preparation:
Option 1) Home-study - materials will be provided to those families interested in this option and the parish will provide weekly parental support for guiding you in your home preparation.
Option 2) Defer – wait one year and your child can prepare for the sacraments in a communal setting with typical classes and communal gatherings.