The priests that serve Mary Queen are Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette. Founded on the message and inspiration of Mary's apparition at La Salette, our ministry is to help people respond to the grace of reconciliation through faith in Jesus Christ, especially those people who are alienated or estranged. Wherever we minister, we make this message known to all God's people. Click here to learn more about the Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette.
Our Blessed Mother, Our Lady of La Salette, appeared to two children on the top of a mountain in the Alps of southeastern France, near the hamlet of La Salette on September 19, 1846. The first of the series of apparitions which include those of Lourdes and Fatima, her message was an invitation to live the message of her Son, Jesus. Her parting words to the children were: "Well, my children, make this known to all my people." Mary's apparition at La Salette is a modern day reminder of an ancient truth; that Mary constantly intercedes for us before God; that she is the Reconciler of Sinners, calling us back to the message and way of her Son, Jesus.
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During this Lenten Season we want to focus on God’s love. “I Know You Love Me” is quite a statement for our human minds to comprehend. Seldom, if ever, can we make that statement when referring to love as we know it. But this is the Season we journey with Christ to Calvary. This is the journey that takes us with him to the Cross. God loves us so much that his son Jesus embraces that cross and his impending death on it just for us.
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Charity is a frequent and important theme of the Gospels. As individual members of Mary Queen, each of us is called to focus more closely on almsgiving during Lent. Almsgiving is the outward action of donating money or goods to the poor as a reflection of your love for Jesus. This year during Lent we are asking every person/family to donate the following items to our Food Pantry. When you come to Mass each weekend please place the items in the Food Pantry Donation Box located in the church narthex.
|March 25th & 26th||Canned Meat—Chili, Ravioli, Spam, Chicken|
|April 1st & 2nd||Oil, Sugar, Mayo, Mustard, Ketchup|
|April 8th & 9th||Toilet Paper, Shampoo, Dish Soap, Laundry Soap|
|Holy Thursday||Homeless Bags (watch bulletin for details)|
It is better to give alms than to store up gold; for almsgiving saves one from death and expiates every sin. Those who regularly give alms shall enjoy a full life" (Tob 12:8-9).
If you attend Mary Queen regularly and consider this your parish, we ask that you complete a Parish Registration form so that we can keep an accurate census for our church and the Archdiocese. Registration forms can be found in the Church narthex and at the Reception Desk in the Parish Center. Click here to complete the Parish Registration Form online. You must have the latest version of Adobe Reader to access the registration form. Please stop by the Parish Office, we love meeting our new families.
The Spiritual Gifts Inventory can help you determine which spiritual gifts you have been blessed with and are challenged to use in living out your baptismal call to build up the Kingdom of God. It will take approximately 15-20 minutes to take the inventory but a whole lifetime to use your spiritual gifts. There are 115 statements that assess your gifts in twenty-three different areas. Once your scores are totaled for each of the gifts, you will be presented with your spiritual gifts. You can then use the List of Spiritual Gifts to deepen your understanding of these gifts and how they might be used. We’ve provided a list of some of the parish ministries and activities that need each of the 23 gifts and encourage you to explore the possibilities of using your gifts in one of these ministries.