Are you an adult who is concerned about returning to Mass? Do you want to help your children know what changes they might see? In this heartwarming video message, Fr. Bruce explains what you can expect when you return to Mass after being away during the pandemic. We continue to livestream the Saturday vigil Masses and videotape and upload the Thursday daily Masses. Please scroll down to see them.
You may find the daily readings for the Masses on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website under "Bible" and "Today's Readings".
To watch the Masses and to see Fr. Bruce's messages on our YouTube channel, go to this link. Every Mass and message we have recorded or livestreamed is posted there. (Scroll down for the livestream Sunday Masses.) Also, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. Thank you.
The most recent videotaped Thursday Mass is below. Thursday Masses will be replaced each Thursday with the most current Mass. The weekend Mass is below this daily Mass.
Here is the weekend Mass. It will remain here throughout the week until the next Saturday.
In this brief video, Fr. Bruce Krebs shares that he, too, was once a teacher with no experience. He encourages parents who must teach their children at home (due to the closing of schools as a result of the coronavirus) to "take a break when you need to, spend some time with your kids, let them know that they're important, that you love them. More than the fact that they have to learn some particular thing every day, let them feel your love and your care for them as parents."
In this heartfelt message, Fr. Bruce speaks to the children and teenagers who are waiting to receive their First Holy Communion.
Take some time today, if you can, to listen to this beautiful message from Fr. Bruce. "There's a longing, there's a restlessness, there's a hunger in us. We're all searching for something" that can only be filled by God, he shares, plus so much more.
Here's something that will hopefully make you smile. (Part 1 + see Part 2 below it.)
In this video - Part 2: What's different about Fr. Bruce? - he thanks parishioners for the "helpful" ideas they gave him after watching Part 1 of this saga.
Guess who got his hair cut on May 1?