St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

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Tuesday, December 8

is a Holy Day of Obligation

Mass will be celebrated

at 7:00am and 7pm

This is the day we honor

Mary and remember that

she was conceived without

original sin, thus making

her ready to bear Christ

in her womb.


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On bad weather days the office will be delayed to open or closed if the Douglas County High School is delayed or 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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Groundbreaking pictures

Construction Pictures

Stained Glass Windows For The New Church

It is probably time to put some pictures of our antique stained glass that we have acquired for our new church on the web.

There are four rose windows in our new Sanctuary nave:

Above the Tabernacle will be a replica window of the Bernini Window similar to the window #2.

Across from that above the Baptistery and Main Doors will be this beautiful Rose Window of the Assumption of our Blessed Mother. This rose window was made in the 1880’s.

In the original design for our new Church Nave there were 4 windows designated for stained glass. As you face the new altar and Tabernacle – to the right will be the beautiful St. Francis of Assisi Window –to the left will be St. Joseph.

As you look to the back of the Nave – to the western side you will see the beautiful stained glass of St. John Vianney, and to the eastern side – you will see the beautiful stained glass of St. Maria Goretti.

Both of these beautiful windows are located near our two new confessionals.