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Each week, Eucharistic Ministers bring Holy Communion to the home bound. Please call the Parish Office (254-8381, ext. 3) if you would like to be added to the home bound Communion List.


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Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, Greeters and Acolytes

Any confirmed student or adult may serve as a Lector, Eucharistic Minister or Greeter.  Please call the Religious Formation Office (253-5621)  or email Aviah Stillman at if you would like to participate in one of our Liturgical Ministries.

Altar Servers:  ChildrenServers must be third grade or higher and be enrolled in our Religious Formation classes.

Adults – Adults may be combination Lectors/Servers at daily Masses or funeral Masses.  Adults may also serve at 8:00 a.m. Masses on Sunday.


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Welcome to our Music Ministry!

Our Mission Statement:  Encouraging the congregation to participate actively and fully in the Liturgy.  Inviting and encouraging all those interested in singing and playing instruments to participate and learn to become Music Ministers.

Please contact Tracey Tolzmann at to learn how to become a member of our Music Ministry.




Senor Jesus, sigue llamandonos hacia ti cada dia.  Danos un corazon alierto para escucharte, unose labios dispuestos a anunciarte.  Unas mans dspuestas a hacer la lbra que nose encomiendas.  Unos pies dispuestos a camnar a donde tu nos envies.  Dejanos escuchar cada dia la llamada a dejar lo que nos enreda. Que tu buena notica de salvacion nos libere de todo lo que nos ata a nosotros mismos.  Que tu buena noticia de salvacion nos deje ver claramente que es al entregar la vida cuando la recibimos en plentiud.  Que el sufrimiento es una escuela de nueve vida y resurrecion. Dejanos escuchar la buena noticia que nos traen los demas en sus signos de bondad, de trabajo por la justicia, de amor.  Haznos buena noticia para los demas:  anuncio de salvacion, de luz y de alegria. Que nos levantem os immediatamenta y to signamos con alegria,sabiendo que to mismo eres nuestra buena noticia y nos das la vida mas abundante.  Amen.

Senor, Dios de amr y compasion, por intercesion de san Pedro de Betancurt a quien, por su misericordia y entrega a las mas pobres se llego a llamar “Madre de Guatemala,” concedenose como a el, entrances de misericordia.  Que el dolor y las dificultades de los mas humildes nos conmuevan y muevan a la acciob. Que su valentia en buscar nuevos metodos nos de el valor a nosotros tambien de buscar maneras creativas dy ayudar a salir de nuestros propios problemas y a leer tu Evangelio desde la situacion de los demas.  Gracias por haber llendado a Pedro de tu gracia, que nos sirve de aliento y modelo.  Amen.

Our Spanish Mass is held every Sunday at 6:30 p.m.



Where there is love, there is hope!

Saint Cecilia Catholic Church adopted Sacred Heart Parish in Thiotte, Haiti in 1993, through the PTPA (Parish Twinning Program of the Americas).  Sacred Heart Parish did not exist prior to our twinning and was built in 1994 with the first of Saint Cecilia’s gifts to their sister parish. In Haiti, every Catholic parish has a number of chapels in nearby communities that are served by one priest of the parish.  Originally, the Parish of Thiotte had 10 chapels; now there are 13 chapels as more Haitians join the Catholic Church.

Gifts from Saint Cecilia Parish are used to maintain all functions of Sacred Heart Parish as well as the 10 parochial schools of the parish. Child sponsorship for school tuition, daily lunch of rice and beans and help to cover teacher’s salaries is also part of our critical mission in this community in Haiti.

Mission Trip to Haiti

Eight members of the St. Cecilia Parish traveled to our sister parish in 2019. They brought back information on better needs as how to help the sister parish better.

Commission Goals

Pray individually, as a group, and as a parish, to end abortions; encourage others to join the membership by encouraging at least one person each; contribute money or gifts to Elizabeth House and Women’s Care Center through our Baby Bottle Challenge, showers and tours; have an activity to benefit Rachel’s Vineyard and promote post abortion healing; promote communication between Saint Cecilia Pro Life Commission and other neighboring parishes and combine activities when possible; share information with our parish by posting literature and suggesting various websites (,, and; bring in speakers; show videos from Care Net and Priests for Life; build a library of books and DVDs to promote a culture of life and make it available to the parish; know what is happening in the Legislature and how it affects abortion, sex education in schools, adoption, elderly care, hospice and the handicapped; help with letters and phone calls when appropriate; promote the inclusion of our parish youth in the knowledge of Pro Life values through awareness education and the opportunity to become involved in parish led Pro Life activities; do activities to discourage the work of Planned Parenthood.


Let’s Make a Difference

We, the Saint Cecilia Pro Life Commission, are inviting you to join us in our efforts to respect and protect life from conception to natural death. Our meetings are held on the third Tuesdays of each month (excluding December and July) at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Parish Center.  The meeting are published in our bulletin.  New members and visitors are always welcome.

Through prayer and our planned activities, we hope to be a positive force to respect and protect life from conception to natural death.


Do you like to knit or crochet?  Do you enjoy the company of others? Put them together and you have Saint Cecilia Prayer Shawl Ministry, which meets the second Tuesday of each month, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Parish Center. Join at anytime!