Pray the Ignation Year with Free eBook
The Ignatian Year is an invitation to see all things new in Christ. That’s why Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States invited members of the Ignatian family from across North America to reflect on important moments throughout the year, moments when they encounter Christ anew — and to share the fruits of those reflections in […]
Mary, fulfillment of God’s promise
Devotion to Mary is an integral part of both the Catholic faith and the Society of Jesus. At the end of each of his talks, Father Arturo Sosa asks for the intercession of Mary, especially Our Lady of the Way, who inspired St Ignatius and his first companions. But why the association between Mary and […]
A celebration of Mary and spring
The world around us is in bloom! We invite you to read The May Magnificat, by late Jesuit poet Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Pope Francis: `Hope does not disappoint’
Pope Francis delivers his traditional Easter message “Urbi et Orbi” – to the city and the world – underscoring how today we celebrate the event that gives us the hope that does not disappoint: “Jesus who was crucified has risen”. https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2021-04/pope-at-easter-jesus-who-was-crucified-has-risen-alleluia.html
By by Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J., a 19th-century English poet.
Pure fasted faces draw unto this feast:
God omes all sweetness to your Lenten lips …
A poem for Spring
Nothing is so beautiful as spring –
When weeds in wheels shoot long and lovely lush;
Thrushs’ eggs look little low heavens, and thrush
Resources for the season of Lent
St. Aloysius is pleased to offer these additional resources as we walk through this Lenten season toward Holy Week.
K of C leads Stations of the Cross
During the season of Lent, the Knights of Columbus will lead the Stations of the Cross in the church every Friday at 6 p.m., except for Good Friday at 3 p.m. You can register when you sign in at the door. This will be live streamed on the parish website. If you wish you join […]
Share your hopes
Resolutions are commonplace to start a new year. We’d like to dig a little deeper. What are your hopes and desires for 2021? We invite you to share with us in the comments section below. We also ask you to read others’ petitions and pray for each of them as a community of faith.
Staff holiday greeting
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at St. Al’s!