Celebrate 2020 by giving to others and sharing Gods message!
Welcome, and thank you for visiting the St. Ignatius website. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship, and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on the site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
We, the community of Believers of St. Ignatius Catholic church, are committed to the celebration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Gifted by the Holy Spirit, we are called to continue our Catholic Christian Heritage through faith-filled liturgies, hospitality, evangelization, family life, and life-long education. With God's grace we will build up the Body of Christ by sharing our time, talents & treasures with our community, our Diocese, as well as the people throughout the world.
A LETTER FOR ST. IGNATIUS PARISH FAMILY FROM THE DESK OF FATHER ROLANDO – 3/24-2020
Join our Parish
Mon - Thur - 8:30 AM
Saturday - 4:30 PM
Sunday - 9:30 AM
11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
3:45 PM to 4:15 PM
8:45 AM to 9:00 AM
15 minutes before First Friday and Saturday Masses
Sick and Homebound
Call the Parish Office.
Senior High Youth Ministry
Jr. High Youth Group
Resources for Natural Family Planning
Homilies on Natural Family Planning
A NOTICE FROM BISHOP STEVEN J. RAICA:
From Saturday, March 14 through Monday, April 6, 2020, all Sunday and weekday public Masses are suspended throughout the Diocese of Gaylord. Although public Masses are temporarily suspended, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is available through the various media channels for television, radio, internet, and social media. An optimal moment to make a Spiritual Communion is at the time Mass is celebrated each day. The Sacrifice of the Mass remains efficacious and a grace-filled moment. I ask every priest to celebrate Mass in private for the intentions already determined for your parish, for those who are affected by the pandemic, for those in the medical community treating patients and for wisdom in our scientific community.
ST. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA PARISH WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE EXPOSITION & ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT WITH STATIONS OF THE CROSS FOLLOWING THIS TUESDAY, MARCH 17 AND ALL TUESDAY FOR THE REST OF LENT. PLEASE PRAY FOR THE WORLD, OUR NATION AND COMMUNITY DURING THIS HEALTH CRISIS & COME JOIN US ON TUESDAYS TO PRAY!
Even though we will not have weekend or morning Masses, please continue to check this website and the bulletin/Insert for current news and information.
LENTEN CONFESSION TIMES
2019-2020 Annual Diocesan Catholic Services Appeal
We are pleased to report that thanks to those of you who have participated in the Catholic Services Appeal of 2019-20, we have reached our target pledges. I extend to you my personal thanks for your participation, as well as the continued efforts of many of you to pay your pledges. Because of all who make good on their pledges, we can reach our target in pledges paid. Blessings, ~ Father Rolando
"We offer you our gifts, Lord.” NOTE: If you have a family intention and/or would like to take up the offertory gifts, please sign up on the offertory sheet at the Third St. entrance or call Eileen Martini at 989-595-6501
Rosary Before Mass
We will continue to say the rosary 1/2 hour before each weekend Mass for “Healing for those in need at St. Ignatius Parish. Join us in prayer for our parish family.
The Diocese of Gaylord has asked that parishes of the diocese to provide a low-gluten host for communion for those members of the parish who have an issue with the gluten content in the communion host.
Please call the parish office to submit your name so that the parish can attend to your specific needs.
For all Parishioners
Even though you may have been a parishioner for many years, St. Ignatius parish is requesting updated registration forms for all current and new parishioners. This information is vital to our parish. Blank registration forms are available at each entrance of the church, on the parish website, and at the parish office. Please include as much information as possible. Your current envelope number may be recorded on your registration, or record your desire to receive contribution envelopes if you are not receiving them at the present time. Completed registration forms may be returned to the parish office or placed in the collection basket.
We collect the first weekend of every month. Please leave your non-perishable food items as well as baby formula (Infamil), diapers, booties, receiving blankets, etc.in the boxes at either side of the alter.
If you would like your event published in the bulletin, please call the parish office at 734-2753. It is important that you call by Friday, one week prior to the bulletin publication.