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Commemoration of All The Faithful Departed (All Souls)
Today is All Souls Day. What a great thing that it occurs on Sunday every 6 or 7 years. Our tradition of Christianity has always honored the deceased, partly because of our belief in Purgatory, partly because we love to express our faith in some visible/sacramental way. Celebrating All Souls Day also helps us, especially children, to recover from all the scary things about Halloween. It helps all of us to grow in accepting our own death, since it reminds us that someone will be praying for us after we die. This is not a scary feast. This is not a morbid celebration. It can lift us up into a deeper communion with all who have gone before us. What could be more joyful than that?

Grace and Peace, Father Reggie

Parish Highlights

MASS TIMES
With school back in session the Mass will be at 8:15 on Wednesdays and Fridays. The Mass will be at 7:00 AM when there is no school on Wednesday or Friday.

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Stewardship Renewal
The weekend of October 18th and 19th marks the beginning of Stewardship Renewal at St. Dominic. Each week, a different parishioner will be giving a brief talk on one of the Four Pillars of Stewardship.
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Records
The Parish Office is in the process of updating parishioner records. If you have changed any of your information (phone, address, name...)
please contact the office at 276-2024 or drop a note in the collection plates. 
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St. Dominic School Lunch Manager Opening
St. Dominic school is searching for a manager of their school lunch program. See the bulletin or call the school office for more details.
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Click here for a Quick Glance of the November Parish Center Calendar of Events