Religious Education Registration is now available for the 2017-2018 school year.
This page has a list of recently published news and announcements.
After Mass, Every Weekend in August!
We are delighted to announce the opening of the new Youth Ministry Center on the lower level of the parish center (former Convent). We will be hosting hospitality, including donuts, after the Masses every weekend in August.
Enter at the front door off the main parking lot, or at the entrance west of the Sharing Room.
Stop by, say hello and see our new space!
When you enroll as a Heinen’s Tasteful Rewards member, the Teaming Up for Education Program benefits our parish school through donations based on a percentage of your purchases. It’s simple:
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process of welcoming others into our Catholic family. RCIA is a journey of faith through which persons join, or complete their initiation into, the Catholic Church. RCIA is a program intended for anyone:
- Who has not been baptized
- Who has been baptized in a different faith community but wishes to join the Catholic Church
- Who has been baptized in the Catholic Church but hasn’t received other sacraments ... Read More...
OLPH Fall 2017 Scripture Study
Registration opens August 12 and continues through August 25.
Join us for the Fall 2017 Scripture Study, when we’ll explore the Gospel of Mark, utilizing the Threshold Bible Study Program. The weekly study runs from September 5 to November 17.
OLPH Scripture Study is composed of small groups that meet weekly for prayer and lively discussion. Morning, afternoon, or evening sessions are available.
Come, join us! To register,... Read More...
Once upon a time...
Let’s face it; everyone loves a good story. Look around the church this weekend. Anyone who is sharing and passing on our Catholic faith tradition is considered a storyteller. A storyteller echoes “the Good News” of the Word of God to young disciples. Storytellers do not teach a subject; they share a lifestyle...one that can be based on traditions, rituals, prayers and teachings of Jesus; also known as the Catholic-Christian lifestyle. A... Read More...
We'd like to share updates on class reunions and other exciting things happening at OLPH. Stay connected:
- Visit the alumni page and register online
- Like us on Facebook
- Attend OLPH Homecoming, October 14 at Johns Park
- Coach a team, or cheer on your favorite team, at Roundball in March, 2018
Also, if you're planning a... Read More...
As parents, we’ve all been faced with papers that come home in our children’s backpacks encouraging us to create a work of art together out of items you have laying around your household, including, but not limited to, uncooked pasta, glitter, googly eyes and scraps of fabric. It should be another school project that should be a fun adventure in teamwork. As experienced parents, we knew there would be a good chance it wouldn’t be. There would surely be creative differences, and tears. Of... Read More...
In April and May, volunteers within our Sharing Ministry coordinated a clothing drive for Mary’s Closet of Catholic Charities. The effort garnered nearly 2,000 lbs. and approximately 3,300 pieces of clothing. The staff and clients of Mary’s Closet were overwhelmed with gratitude.
Since the donation was processed, they have served over one hundred clients …and counting, provided some of the programs they serve with nearly a 1,000 articles of clothing and have inventory available to... Read More...
Retreat: July 29, 8:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.. | Hickey Hall
All are invited.
It's been more than a year when more than 60 OLPH parishioners gathered to discuss how the Archdiocesan “Transformation Process” could impact our campus. In the late Fall of 2016, programs inspired by these discussions were offered. For one, we changed the name of the program to better suit our goals: Transformation: Living Christ’s Mission Today. The hope is to help parishioners renew their own spiritual... Read More...