Welcome To
St. Aloysius Catholic Church


WELCOME BACK! REGISTER TO ATTEND MASS!

Our celebration of the Holy Eucharist has increased! Sunday October 18th we will resume the 8:30am mass. You will be required to register; our maximum attendance is 25% or 30 parishioners.

We will continue with daily mass, Tuesday through Friday at 8:30am and on the weekends 5:00pm Saturday, 10:30am Sunday.

Please consider volunteering for Greeting and Cleaning at each of these masses. We can offer all these masses as long as we have enough trained volunteers to meet the Archdiocese Covid guidelines.

As a reminder, all Catholics are dispensed from the Sunday Mass obligation indefinitely.

Each Sunday at 10:30am, Fr. Clarence celebrates mass live on Zoom. If you need the link, please email the office.

Go here to register for your mass preference...

MONTH OF THE HOLY ROSARY

Q: Why is October referred to as the Month of the Rosary?
A: The answer to your question is relatively simple but needs a historical context in order to be fully appreciated. The short answer is this: October is dedicated as the Month of the Rosary because we celebrate the memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary each year on October 7th.
Read the full article in the the NW Catholic here, written by Bishop Mueggenborg.
There are many videos on YouTube that are helpful for you in praying the rosary.


Thank you for continuing to fulfill your pledges. Our parish has pledged 80% of our goal! Go here for upated information.



2020 Voter Information


In the recent newsletter from the Washington State Catholic Conference, you will find useful information on voting in 2020, including:

 - Voter Registration and Election Day Reminders
 - What Does the Church Say About Public Policy Issues?
 - Referendum 90: "Check Reject"
 - Voter Registration and Education Information at Parishes
 - COVID-19 Relief Legislation
 - USCCB Lauds Executive Order Protecting Vulnerable Newborn and Infant Children and so much more...

Go here to view previous WSCC bulletins


ETHICAL VACCINE FOR COVID-19

Four bishop chairmen of committees for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) have urged Dr. Stephen M. Hahn, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to ensure that vaccines for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) are developed ethically and are free from any connection to the exploitation of abortion.

Go here to take action...


CELEBRATE
DIVINE MERCY

View Fr. Davis' Divine Mercy homily here...

PRAY THE DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET


DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET IN SONG


DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET (ROSARY)


PROPHET OF THE DIVINE MERCY



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GREAT EPISODES!

The Wild Goose is a work of the Holy Spirit, which is awakening in the hearts of all those participating God's love and transforming power. This is a love that has been revealed to us by Jesus Christ and that leads us to our heavenly Father. As you walk through this series, pray for the Spirit to breathe life into your heart.

Start watching now...

GREAT AUDIO BOOKS!

This classic novel by Chesterton tells the rollicking tale of Innocent Smith, a man who may be crazy—or he may be the most sane man of all. Listen to this comical novel now...


Two college students embark on an ambitious and dangerous quest for the lance that pierced the side of Christ. Listen to this action packed story now...


The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is disrupting our lives in many ways. Even in these challenging times, God provides opportunities to grow in our faith. For individuals, parents and families at home during this time, we recommend the following resources to grow closer to God. Use the At Home with Faith publications, available via the links, to find resources to help deepen your faith at home.

The Seattle Archdiocese has an excellent resource for families which can be found on their Marriage and Family Life website. The website also has encouraging information for all things family.



UPDATE YOUR EMERGENCY CONTACT INFO

*** During an emergency or crisis (like we are having right now with the Covid-19 crisis) we would like to be able to communicate with our parishioners. Please take this opportunity to let us know how you would like to be contacted by going here. ***

DAILY MASS ALWAYS AVAILABLE!



PLEASE CONTINUE TO PRAY!

Please continue praying the rosary during these uncertain times as we continue to seek the intercession of Our Lady of Seattle for protection from this pandemic.

Prayer to Our Lady of Seattle

Holy Mary, we come before you as spiritual children in great need, seeking your intercession, and asking that your mantle of love surround us to console, protect, and lead us to your son Jesus. 

We entrust all of God's family, especially the church in Western Washington, into your immaculate hands. With your son Jesus' gentle power you can undo any knot in our church, and in the lives of believers who entrust themselves to your care. 

Today I especially entrust to you [mention request/Coronavirus here], and I ask that --through your intercession, and that of St. James, our guardian angels, and the faithful in our archdiocese -- we may be free from every spiritual and temporal ill, and be safely led to encounter your son's merciful, sacred heart. 

Our Lady of Seattle, Undoer of Knots pray for us!


PRAY THE ROSARY DAILY!

Wherever you are, you can pray the rosary in communion with millions of Catholics all over the world. You can play these directly from our website. These are just a sample of what you can find on YouTube to help you pray the rosary...


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