- Day School
- Parish School Religion (PSR)
- Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
- Catholic Women’s League (CWL)
- Haiti Parish Twinning Program
- HR Athletic Association
- Parish Men’s Club
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I pray this letter finds all of you doing well and that your children are settling into their new school year schedules. The first few weeks have gone very smoothly. Everyone is hard at work, and many great things are being accomplished everyday.
Last school year we developed a Technology Committee as a sub-committee from the Holy Redeemer School Board. This committee continues its great work by expanding the Chromebook program into the fourth and fifth grade classrooms. We have ordered the Chromebooks and the charging/storage cart. We are excited to continue and even expand this program. As we now have everyone’s Acceptable Use Policy forms returned, the teachers are once again using the Chromebooks in the classrooms. In addition, we are looking to add two additional access points to the upper floor so we do not have any connectivity issues.Read More
I still remember the Thanksgiving day after 9/11. As usual we celebrated Mass in the parish where I was then assigned. The number attending that year was markedly larger than previous years. I thought to myself at the time: Does something really dreadful have to occur to bring us to our knees, to pray in gratitude? I wonder if this year with the several horrific attacks that have recently occurred if there won’t be that same bump-up in attendance at the Thanksgiving day Mass celebrated here at Holy Redeemer. When our lives are relatively calm and prosperous, we sometimes neglect to thank the God from whom all our blessings flow. Living in gratitude should be the ordinary posture of Christians. To my dismay, it seems of late that we are living in a nation full of grievances. No matter what happens or what is proposed, there is someone more than ready to spring forward with complaint or criticism, to place the blame and call for retribution. This is no way to live, certainly no way to live the Gospel. It is out of a sense of gratitude that we cherish our children, our faith, our opportunity to breathe free. Even if you and your family are not able to attend a Mass on Thanksgiving morning, be sure to pray a humble prayer of thanks over the feast of food and fellowship that you will enjoy later that day, for we are blessed indeed.
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
Weekday: M-F 6:15 & 8:15 a.m.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Saturday: 4:00 to 4:45 p.m.
Holy Redeemer Parish School of Religion (grades 1-8) acts as a support for the students and families of the parish as they live out their Baptismal call and give witness to the Good News in word and deed. It is the desire of the program to incorporate the students and their families into the faith life of the parish community.