The OLPH community gathered to celebrate the Easter Vigil after nightfall on Holy Saturday, April 15.
Nearly fifty OLPH parishioners participated in a 14-week program last spring called the Archdiocesan Parish Transformation Process. The purpose of this program is to ask each of us to reflect on how well we are living Christ’s Mission today.
Some of our time was spent assessing our faith community. We heard fellow parishioners talk about their personal faith journeys and what OLPH means to them; we considered our history, our name, our legacy, and our accomplishments; and we studied the results of surveys completed by nearly 350 families and over 200 young people. It was clear to all of us that OLPH has a proud history and has been a critical part of many people’s faith lives.