This organization is in charge of planning parochial activities such as the Pilgrimage in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, assisting with the outdoor Nativity and the Live Stations of the Cross on Good Friday. Meetings are held as the need arises.
This organization holds fundraisers to promote Catholic Religious Education Program activities by providing gifts and treats for the children during the holidays. The group also provides lunch for children and families on the day of their First Reconciliation. Meetings are held as the need arises.
There are many ministries and organizations by which our parish is enriched. To become a member of one of these groups, contact the parish office. Look for upcoming fundraisers here!
Church & Shrine
The Damas promote devotion to the Lord through the intercession of the Blessed Mother. They decorate the church and pray the rosary during the Triduum, the annual devotion of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This ministry also contributes towards needs of the church as requested by our Pastor through fundraising efforts. Meetings are held at 2 p.m. on the third Sunday of the month in the hall.
The purpose of this organization is to allow ladies of the parish the privilege of serving God by preparing the altar for the celebration of the Eucharist. They provide the church with altar linens, cloths, flowers, communion hosts, palms, wine, and church cleaning supplies. The ladies are also responsible for the weekly cleaning of the church. Monthly meetings are held in the parish hall at 10 a.m. on the second Tuesday of every month (except June, July, and August). The Altar Society also meets with twice a year on Sunday to accomodate the working members.
ANSPAC, or the National Association for the Improvement of the Human Person, is a pro-education organization devoted to the integral improvement (spiritual, moral, physical, intellectual, emotional, economic, and social) of the person, based on the conviction that you will continue developing all your human potential to be constructive in your family, the community, and a new and better world. Meetings are held on Wednesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. in the parish hall.
The Senior Club is an organization of senior members of our Diocese with a purpose of promoting the love of God and fostering fellowship and understanding. The group promotes activites pertinent to senior citizens; renders assistance to the parish; promotes spiritual enrichment by encouraging members to attend Mass and other religious activities. Meetings are held the last Monday of the month at 10 a.m. in the hall.
The KC's are a national Catholic men's fraternal benefit society dedicated in helping wtih social, charitable and community programs. The Knights hold an annual dinner for parishioners who have served in the armed forces to celebrate Veterans Day. They also assist with their service in various church events. Meetings are the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the hall.