FORTY HOURS DEVOTION AND MASS FOR PRIESTS

On August 4, the feast day of St. John Vianney (patron saint of priests), all are invited to attend a Mass offered for the priests of the Rockford Diocese at 5:30 PM at St. Bridget's Church in Loves Park.  Following the Mass, the Forty Hours Devotion for our priests begins and the laity are encouraged to pray an hour for them at their local adoration chapel from 6 PM on August 4th to 10 AM on August 6th.  For more information and to sign up for a holy hour, go to www.rockforddiocese.org/fortyhours

 

ST BRIDGET IRISH OPEN

St. Bridget Irish Open will be held on Friday, August 12th at Swan Hills Golf Course at 12:30 PM with a Shotgun Start-Scramble Format.  Proceeds to benefit athletics of St. Bridget School.  Registration Deadline is Friday, August 5th.  Volunteers/Helpers appreciated.  For more info contact:  Terry Johnson at 815-985-0174 or email him at www.irishopenstb.com for forms.

 
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SCHEDULES

Confessions
Tuesdays 7:30-7:45 AM
Wednesday 8:45 AM
Saturdays 8:45 AM-until all heard
and 3:30-4:30 PM
Sundays 9:15-9:45 AM

Monthly Holy Hour and Benediction
First Fridays at 7:00 PM

Novena of Perpetual Help
Wednesdays at 5:30 PM

Family Rosary 
20 minutes before daily Mass
Sundays at 7:40 AM

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