St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

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2014 Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday
Mass of the Lord's Supper
7pm (bilingual)
Adoration to follow 8-10pm

Good Friday
Stations of the Cross 3pm
The Passion of the Lord
Service at 7pm (bilingual)

Holy Saturday
Blessing of the Food Baskets 10am
Easter Vigil Mass 8pm

Easter Sunday
Masses 6am, 7:30am, 9:30am,
11:30am, 1:30pm (Spanish)
No 5:30pm Mass

Additional Parking for the 9:30
& 11:30am Masses at Valley Drive
Shuttle Service Provided

Weather Information

On bad weather days the office
will be closed if Douglas County
High School is closed. Please
check your local TV stations for
updates.

Classes and events will be canceled
if the director/leader chooses to do
so. Please watch your email or
contact him/her directly.

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Envision Committee

Bishop Sheridan for the past four years, has encouraged parishes to engage in a more mission oriented and integrated approach to pastoral planning. To that end the diocese, under the leadership of Ed Gaffney, has developed a strategic planning process, as well as a group of volunteer planning consultants to assist parishes in this effort. Dr. Nick Colarelli and Dr. Al Peterson were assigned to work with the parishes in the Northern Deanery.

At St. Francis, the planning process was initiated three years ago under Fr. Herb Hayek and completed this January under Fr. Brad Noonan.