St. Frances Cabrini Church is a large family-oriented church. We are accommodating to young and old alike and everyone in between. Our vision is to create a community inspired in the Eucharist. All our liturgical celebrations will inspire the people of God to seek the experience of God that they desire and need. Experience that compels us to be TAKEN BY GOD and make us his people; to be BROKEN BY GOD and make us feel his mercy and love; and to be TRANSFORMED BY GOD and make us new. It is in the Eucharist where we find the true experience of God. The experience where God becomes one with us, makes us new and extends the invitation to love each other in the same way that he loves us. After this simple process, one day we can say like St. Paul, “To live is Christ and to die is a gain.”(Philippians 1:21)

Mass Schedule:

Saturday Vigil: 4:30pm

Sundays: 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm (Latin) and 6:15pm

Daily Mass (M-F): 7:00am (Latin) and 12:15pm

School Mass: Friday 8:00am

Each Wednesday at 11:30am we pray the Stations of the Cross for relief of the souls in Purgatory.  Join us as we continue this throughout the year.  If you have a loved one you would like remembered please call the Church office with their name.

 

Advent Reflection Series with Fr. Chad Partain will be held in the St. Frances Cabrini School Library at 6pm on December 8, 9, 11 & 12.  On December 10 we will have 6pm Mass followed by a Parish Potluck Dinner in the Activities Building. Everyone is invited and asked to bring their favorite dish!

Cabrini Family Faith Night

Wednesday, December 10

Prayer, Food & Fun for all our Cabrini families!

5:00 pm                  Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

 5:15 pm                  CCD Class for Kindergarten – 8th grade

5 – 5:45pm            Priests available for Confession

6:00 pm                 Mass

6:30 pm                 Potluck Supper in Activities Building

Parish Advent Potluck Dinner in the Activities Building on Wednesday, December 10 after 6pm Mass. Everyone is invited and asked to bring their favorite dish!  Please RSVP with the Parish Office at 445-4588.

 

Volunteers are needed at our weekend Masses as: Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion who assist in distributing communion and taking care of all vessels used. Lectors are needed to proclaim the word of God and share the good news. Training is provided and volunteers are scheduled on a rotating basis. Contact the Church office at 445-4588 for more information.

2015 Calendars will be available in the foyer of the Church beginning December 13th.  Please take 1 per family.

2015 Contribution Envelopes will be available in the foyer of the Church beginning December 13th  for those who have requested them.  If you do not have envelopes but would like some please contact the Church Office at 318-445-4588.

Please return your Christmas Flower Offering envelope by Wednesday, December 17th to have the names of your loved ones included in the bulletin.

All those wishing to help decorate the church for Christmas are invited to join us Monday, December 22 beginning at 5:00pm.

The Church Office will be closed December 23—26 for the Christmas holidays.

 

 ***Christmas Mass Schedule***

Christmas Eve Mass  6:00pm

Christmas Midnight Mass    Midnight

Christmas Day Masses  7:00am Latin, 9:00am & 5:30pm

 

Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph 

Vigil – Saturday December 27th   4:30pm

 Sunday, December 28th  9:00am, 11:00am & 6:15pm

Blessing of Families at every Mass

 

Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God   

 Vigil – Wednesday, December 31st 5:30pm

 Thursday, January 1st  7:00am Latin, 9:00am & 5:30pm

 

 The Epiphany of the Lord

Vigil – Saturday,  January 3rd 4:30pm

 Sunday, January 4th 9:00am, 11:00am & 6:15pm

Burning of the Greens

Queen’s Soup & Blessing of King Cakes will follow the 6:15pm Mass