NOVENA TO ST. PEREGRINE
The Annual St. Peregrine Novena, Patron Saint of those touched by cancer, is held in April and May of each year, culminating on the feast day of St. Peregrine (May 4th). It is for individuals, family members and care-givers whose lives have been touched by cancer and other serious illnesses to come to pray for healing, to come in thanksgiving for a petition answered or to come in remembrance of a loved one who has died from cancer.
All weekday Masses are at 5:30 PM.
The Novena will continue through the weekend at the Saturday, 5:00 PM Mass, and the Sunday 5:45 PM Mass.
ABOUT THE MASSES:
Each Mass addresses the needs of the sick and suffering as well as those who love and care for them.
Visitors have the opportunity to venerate the relic of St. Peregrine
The final night of the Novena concludes with a special healing Mass and a
spiritual honor roll - a public reading of names of those prayed for during the entire nine
Visitors also enjoy various talented musicians and choral groups from throughout the
Blessed holy cards, candles, bookmarks and medals of St. Peregrine are available.
Volunteers are always needed to help with the Annual Novena, the Monthly Novena Mass, and various committee assignments throughout the year. For further information, contact the Parish Office.