Deacon Tony Ocampo will also be assigned with me to both Holy Infancy and Incarnation Parishes. He will assist with Masses and other services at Incarnation Parish as he so faithfully does here at Holy Infancy. Thank you D. Tony!
Reminder about the JUNE 25-26th Mass Schedule Changes for Holy Infancy and Incarnation Parishes
Due to the twinning of Holy Infancy and Incarnation Parishes:
We will be eliminating one English Mass from both parish schedules.
For Holy Infancy, this will mean we will no longer have our 3:30 PM Saturday Confessions and 5:15 PM Vigil Mass on Saturday evening.
Everyone is welcome to attend the 4:15 PM English Vigil Mass at Incarnation that I will be celebrating with Confessions beforehand starting at 3:00 PM.
Incarnation Parish does have 50 spots available for parking whereas on Saturdays at Holy Infancy we must pay to park in the city lot or on the streets. Incarnation Church also has an elevator for easier access.
All the Sunday Masses will remain the basically same at Holy Infancy. The Sunday Portuguese Mass will move slightly to 8:15 a.m., not 8 a.m.
Incarnation Parish will no longer have the 9:00 AM Mass on Sunday. They will still have the Polish Mass at 11 AM Mass celebrated by Fr. Kozak.
Anyone will be able to attend Mass either here or at Incarnation. You can put your collection envelopes in the basket at either parish, and be assured that your contributions will be directed toward Holy Infancy. The Mass intentions from the Masses that will be eliminated at Holy Infancy will be combined with other Masses. If there are any questions about a particular Mass intention, please call the rectory or email us at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding as we go through this transition together with faith, knowing that Jesus will unite us more to Himself and each other and will bless us through ever challenge.
What is Almonry??
I want to thank Estefania and Reggie Pierce for starting a new service for our parish family. Almonry is a way as Christians, we can be generous and take care of one another. Often it can be hard to know who needs our help and who to ask when we ourselves need help. They will be our point people to try to make some connections for us!
So, iyou have any need or have something to give, contact the almonry at HolyInfancyAlmonry@protonmail.com or (717) 429-8082. We will match those who want to give with those who need (typically within 1 week). Please be generous and please ask for whatever you need so that together we can serve the needs of one another.