• Mass Schedules

      Sunday Masses:
      5:00pm   (Saturday Vigil Mass)
      7:30am
      9:30am
      11:15am (Interpreted for the Deaf)
      1:00pm   (Mass in Spanish)
      5:00pm

      Children's Nursery Sunday in Andre House
      Available at 9:30 am & 11:15 am Masses only

      Daily Masses:
      7:30am (Mon thru Sat in the Mother's Chapel)
      12:05pm (Mon thru Fri in the Main Church)

      Holy Day Masses:
      7:00am, 12:05pm, 7:00pm

      Holiday Day Masses:
      10:00am
       
      Sacrament of Reconciliation:

      6:00pm to 7:00pm (Wednesday)
      3:30pm to 5:00pm (Saturday)

      Also available by appointment

       

    • Daily Readings & Insight
      The Daily Readings are made available through the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' website.

        

        

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    • St. Ignatius Martyr School
      Interested in Catholic education for your child? Click below to visit our school's website!

                        
       
      Want to know more about the
      Fr. Joseph A. Tomei, CSC,
      Educational Endowment Fund? Click below!

       
           
    • our mission, our promise
       
      B elonging to God,
      R esponding to faith in God’s love,
      E mpowered by God thru Word, Prayer & Sacrament,
      A cting for God with justice and mercy,
      D irected by God to build His Kingdom.
    • Your Gifts of Treasure
      Click to view the
      2014 Collection Schedule


      St. Ignatius Martyr is pleased to offer online E-Giving!  Click here to watch a short video or access FAQ's!     






       
      Online Donations Here!

       
      Do you need tithing envelopes or have questions on how to share your gifts of treasure? Contact us today!
    • Help In A Time of Need
      Do you, a family member, or a friend need help meeting your day-to-day needs?

      A wealth of resources are available and have been compiled for all who need them, thanks to the efforts of the Direct Social Services team at St. Ignatius Martyr.

       Click to view our Direct Social Services Guide
       Click to view our Income-Challenged Guide

             
    • Around the Diocese
      The Friday E-Pistle is a great resource for staying informed about news and events around the Diocese.

      Updates provided every Friday!
       
          
    • Staff Email Log-On
      Staff link to online email access

                               
    • This Week's Church Bulletin
        ¡El Boletin en Español!

                   
    • Stay Informed
      Want to keep up with what's happening around the church campus? Don't remember where your ministry or group is meeting?

      No problem, just click the calendar to view an updated schedule of events!
       
        
    • Parish News
      • Attention BINGO fans! Join us this Friday evening, April 25th for an evening of dinner and bingo. Habana Restaurant will be serving up a delicious Cuban-style meal starting at 6pm, and BINGO starts at 7pm. The more the merrier, so remember to bring along your family, friends and neighbors to help support our church and school.
      • As we continue through our Lenten journey and make our way toward Pentecost, we are reminded of the wonderful gift of the Holy Spirit as well as the many gifts that each and every one of us received from God at birth. In receiving these gifts, we are called upon to cultivate, nurture and share these gifts with others-no exceptions! On May 4th, we will come together for our 2014 Stewardship Renewal & Ministry Fair. Families and individuals alike are encouraged to use this opportunity to visit the many ministry booths for more information about making or renewing your commitment to Stewardship at our parish.
      • All are invited to participate in a special Rosary honoring our Blessed Mother, the Virgin Mary. Each bead is represented by a person who prays the Our Father or the Hail Mary, and for the first time we will be joined by the First Communion children who will participate in the procession and crowning of Mary. "Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it done unto me according to thy word." Luke 1:38
      • The Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Our Lady Queen of Apostles Court #2391, will award one $1,500 scholarship to a parishioner who is a graduating high school senior who will attend an accredited college, university or technical school this fall. Applications may be downloaded from the parish website at www.st-ignatius.org/parish/CDA, picked up in the church office or from Lori Nava, parish Youth Minister. Eligible students are encouraged to apply.
    • Sisters on a Mission
      Read more about the Sisters of the Holy Cross stamp ministry and how you can help support their many ministries in the U.S. and all around the world!
       

       
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