7:30 p.m. (Bilingual)
Main Church and Chapel
The observance of the Paschal triduum begins with a mass recalling the last supper. After the conclusion of the Holy Thursday Mass, there will be Eucharistic adoration in the Chapel until midnight.
3 p.m. (English), 7:30 p.m. (Spanish)
This liturgy recalls Christ's suffering and death. It includes adoration of the cross and prayers for the church and the world.
8:00 p.m. (Bilingual)
The new fire is used to light the Paschal Candle, The story of salvation history is proclaimed, new members are welcomed into the church, and the entire community rejoices in the Christ's resurrection
8 and 10 a.m. (English), 12 p.m. (Spanish)
The whole Church rejoices in the resurrection of Christ. There will be no 6 p.m. mass on Easter Sunday.
New Choir Members Welcome
Wednesday evening and Sunday morning
Main Church and Choir Room
Do you enjoy singing? Please consider joining our Parish Choir. New members are always welcome in our choirs. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings and sings for the Sunday 10 a.m. mass
Faith Sharing Group
Every Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Grow your faith and increase your knowledge of scripture by becoming a member of St. Ignatius' small faith sharing group. This group meets for prayer and an exploration of the scripture readings for Sunday mass.
Liturgical Minister Schedule
Wondering when you are scheduled to be a Lector or Eucharistic Minister? Please click on the link above to view the schedule.
Directions to the Chapel
Go to the north side of the main church building, walk to the east end of the courtyard and enter through the double doors located at the end of the courtyard. The Chapel is straight ahead up the stairs as you enter. Our daily 8 a.m. masses, the Saturday 5 p.m. mass, and the Sunday 6 p.m. mass all are celebrated in St. Ignatius Parish's beautiful chapel.
"To Teach Who Christ Is" Capital Campaign
Support the future of our parish and our archdiocese. Please contribute to the "To Teach Who Christ Is" capital campaign. Within our parish, the money raised will be directed toward enhancing the liturgical and ministerial life of our parish, church restoration and rectory repairs. To date (January 2017), there has been $230,000 pledged toward our $330,000 goal.