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WELCOME TO THE CHURCH OF ST. WILLIAM
The Church of St William strives to be a welcoming, accepting and engaged community.
Guided by the Holy Spirit, we are dedicated to living the Gospel through worship, prayer and service to all of God’s people.
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Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Thursday, December 7 at 6:30pm (vigil)
Friday, December 8 at 12 Noon.
Christmas Eve Mass, December 24 at 4:00 pm
Christmas Morning Mass, December 25 at 9:00 am
St. William's Outreach Ministry
The December Collection is the Angel tree, which is up in the gathering space. Please take a tag and return an unwrapped gift for a family in need before December 10th.
THANK YOU for your generous support for those in need.
A Word from our PastorThis weekend 12/9 &12/10 we welcome our Seminarian Ben Eichten.
The American Red Cross continues to make an urgent appeal for more blood donors. Supplies are seriously low. All blood types are needed. Platelet donations are also urgently needed. If you can donate blood, please call the Red Cross and find a location near you to make arrangements.
Below is the first quarter financial statment and letter.
Saturday Vigil: 4:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30am
Saturday: 3:30pm (or by appointment)
ROSARY (ZOOM MEETING)
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET (ZOOM MEETING)
How to Recite The Divine Mercy Chaplet
Wednesdays of Faith Formation: Check bulletin for dates/times
THE HISTORY OF OUR CHURCH
The Church of St William was started in 1963 by Archbishop Leo Binz who named the parish after his predecessor, Archbishop William Brady. St William was born in 1085 in Vercelli, Italy. William was a hermit who led a life of solitude, prayer, penance and sharing of faith by founding several religious communities in Italy. It is said that St. William performed a miracle by restoring the sight to a blind man. St. William died in 1142. His feast day is observed on June 25.