Rite of Election March 6

RCIA Poster 2022

The Rite of Election (for Catechumens) is celebrated jointly with the Call to Continuing Conversion (for Candidates) on the First Sunday of Lent. The Rite of Election & Call to Continuing Conversion is the ritual that marks the entry into the final phase of preparation to receive the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil. Following the Rite of Election, those in RCIA will be called “the elect,” since they have been elected by the Church to become members. Please keep our Catechumens and Candidates in your prayers throughout Lent.
All are invited and welcome!

Please keep our Catechumens and Candidates in your prayers throughout Lent.

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Just Launched!

We are excited to announce that giving to St Aloysius has become easier and more convenient than ever!

Tithe.ly Giving is an easy-to-use platform that will allow you to give online and on your phone.  You can make both one-time and recurring gifts, give with a credit /debit card or ACH transaction, and even Cover the Fees (which will help your gift go even farther!)

Here’s how to get started with Tithe.ly:

  1. Click on the button below to access a Giving Form.

Note: If you’ve got recurring gifts setup with paypal, make sure to cancel any recurring payments before moving forward with Tithe.ly!

Do You Give With Cash or Check?

If you regularly make donations in cash or with a check, we strongly encourage you to switch to digital giving!

Online giving with Tithe.ly makes it fast and simple to donate, and also reduces the amount of administrative labor we need to process gifts in cash or with a check.

Thank you for your generosity.

"Stitching Love, Weaving Hope: "Quilters with a Cause"

St. Al’s Best-Kept Secret 

Monday mornings: 7:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m

St. Al’s quilters enthusiastically get together in O’Malley Hall and produce two finished quilts a week. 
These quilts are donated to charities, schools, and community centers. If you want to help iron, cut, sew, pin, etc. (no experience necessary), come down to O’Malley Hall.