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  • Parish & DIOCESE News

    PALM SUNDAY

    of the Lord's Passion

    March 28-March 29

    MASS TIMES:

    Saturday Vigil:      
    5:00 p.m.

    Sunday:                
    8:00 a.m.

    9:30 a.m.

    11:30 a.m.
    (All are invited to wear red to Mass)



    W.A.T.Ch. Retreat for Men

     Saturday and Sunday
    March 28 & 29

           (click for more information)
    All are invited to the closing ceremony at 3 p.m. in our Church on Sunday
                       

    We ask for prayers for all of our men on retreat this weekend.

     


    Our Lenten Journey:
     

    Pope Francis  In his Lenten message for 2015, Pope Francis asks us to be firm against indifference (see Jas 5:8) and to seek a heart that is “merciful, attentive and generous.” Embrace his call to mercy by reaching out to those in need. Be attentive to the Lenten call to prayer and be generous with your time and treasure.

    Take inspiration for your Lenten journey from this calendar and raise up the needs of the world in prayer. Sacrifice by giving up food and material wants. Offer your time, talent, and treasure as a good steward of the gifts God has given you. 
    (taken from www.usccb.org )

  • BEST LENT EVER

  • Fr. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • Why worry excessively about what came before? Why obsess over your past sins? God is much more interested in your future than in your past. We have a God who “makes all
  • Welcome to Saint Maximilian Kolbe!



    OUR PARISH MISSION
    We are the Christian Community
    of Saint Maximilian Kolbe,
    a Catholic parish of the
    Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
    Embracing our many and diverse gifts, we are united in Christ Jesus. Challenged by the teachings of Our Lord, and inspired by the example of our Patron, we strive to serve God, and to minister to others, in prayer, sacrament, faith formation, and charity.
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