Welcome To Our  Parish Community 

You are welcome here! Please join us for Mass. Come and explore what our parish community has to offer. 

Maintenance Associate

St. Veronica & Nativity of the Lord Congregations are seeking a shared Maintenance Associate who would report to the Maintenance Director and assist in providing routine and preventative maintenance services at both locations.  This is a full-time (40hrs/wk) position with benefits. 

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Thanksgiving Day Mass
 November 26

Thanksgiving Mass Schedule There will be one Mass celebrated for our six parishes. St. Augustine will host a 9:00 am Mass on Thursday, November 26th. Unfortunately there will not be a free Thanksgiving dinner this year due to COVID19.

Christmas Masses

While you are encouraged and welcome to return, you also must decide the risks of attending Mass based on your health status.

Due to the COVID-19 limitations, RESERVATIONS for the CHRISTMAS MASSES are required. 

Preference will be given to those who call or email the parish office starting Monday, November 30 —Tuesday, December 22 to reserve seats.  Once capacity has been met, reservations will close.  Coming to Mass without a reservation will not guarantee you entrance for Mass since we must abide by the Governor's mandate and can only seat to the capacity allowed.  Masks are required.  


Capacity is limited due to social distancing.

St Veronica: 140 spots

December 24, Christmas Eve, 3pm

December 25, Christmas Day, 10:30am

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We are a Roman Catholic Parish 
Imaging Christ to the World 

As St. Veronica Congregation, we are a people committed to live as a community - worshiping God, deepening our faith, and knowing and caring for others as Jesus did. Through a tradition of prayer, service and innovation, we challenge each other to share our faith, be stewards of our Church and ministers to our community. May the Holy Spirit inspire us to live out our faith in action, our love in service, and our hope for the future as we image Christ to the world.

Helping Hands

The Eucharist helps us to grow in union with Christ, avoid sin, increase in charity, strengthen communion with our brothers and sisters, and recognize Christ in the poorest and most vulnerable members of society. 


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Get Involved 

Our parish community offers many ways to get involved and create the kingdom of God here on Earth. 

Quick Links 
Mass Times

Weekend Masses: 

Saturday 4:15 pm 

Sunday 10:30 am

Weekday Masses:

Wednesday 8:30 am

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