Catholicism: The Pivotal Players

For Lend 2018, come and see how Michelangelo impacted the Church in the past and today.  What can we learn from him for our own spiritual growth?  "There is only one tragedy in life, not to be a saint." (Leon Bloy)   Don't miss the opportunity.  Michelangelo the artist dramatically demonstrates that something beautiful and creative is a primary approach of drawing near to God.  Beauty and … [Read more...]

Couple’s Prayer Group – Thursday, February 1st

The Couple's Prayer Group will resume its monthly meetings on Thursday, February 1 at 6:30 p.m.  If you are looking for something that will help you and your spouse grow with each other in faith, you are welcome!  WE meet the first Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in Solanus Hall.  The summer months take place at one of our member's house for a backyard BBQ/Prayer.  Children are welcome!  … [Read more...]

St. Francis Boy Scout Soup Supper – January 27th

St. Francis Cub Scout Pack 22 and Boy Scout Troop 22 is having a soup supper on Saturday, January 27 from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. in the St. Francis Parish Hall.  The Scouts will be serving a choice of three soups - chicken noodle, chili, and hot spicy chili soup.  In addition, there will be grilled cheese sandwiches, cornbread, drinks, and homemade pie for dessert.  Dine-in tickets are available at the … [Read more...]

School Support Carry-Out – January 20th

How would you like to have a hot meal ready for you to take home after the 4:30 Mass on January 20 for only $7.00? A delicious meal consisting of a pork chop, vegetable, potato and roll will be available for Carry- Out only, in the Parish Center after Mass. Please take a moment to stop by the Parish Center on your way home, and pick up your dinner! All proceeds will be given to the school. We … [Read more...]

Grief Support Group

There will be a prayer service and potluck dinner at 600 p.m., December 12 in the Bride’s Room (Parish Center). The holidays can be a difficult time for those whose loved ones have passed into eternal life. Let us gather together to share with one another our pain as well as to celebrate the gift that our loved ones have been for us. If you know a friend who may benefit from this experience, … [Read more...]

City-Wide Reconciliation Service – December 17th

On Sunday, December 17, there will be a City-Wide Reconciliation Service held at St. Peter Church at 3:00 p.m. There will be priests from all our Quincy parishes serving as confessors. … [Read more...]

Immaculate Conception Holy Day Masses

There will be a Mass for the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Thursday, December 7 at 5:30 p.m. (Vigil) and Friday, December 8 at 5:30 p.m. … [Read more...]

Position Opening – Director of Religious Education

We are beginning a search for a Director of Religious Education for the parish. Job Description: The Director of Religious Education has the responsibility to manage religious education programs offered at the church and school, including P.S.R. The Director is responsible for creating, updating and maintaining curricula, staff, budgets and education functions. If you have a religious … [Read more...]

Bishop Robert Barron’s Catholicism – The Pivotal Players – This Advent

For Advent 2017, come and see how the Pivotal Players impacted the Church in the past and today. What can we learn from them for our own spiritual growth? “There is only one tragedy in life, not to be a saint. Don’t miss the opportunity,” (Leon Bloy). We will study G. K. Chesterton on Tuesday, December 5 and 12. All DVDs and discussion groups will be held in St. Francis Solanus Parish Center … [Read more...]

St. Francis Holiday Bazaar – Saturday, December 2nd

Join us at the St. Francis Holiday Bazaar! Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 9am - 2pm St. Francis Parish Hall Free Admission Great Raffles! 50/50 Cash, Handmade Quilts & Main Raffle - two $100 cash winners, and multiple gift certificates from local businesses. Handmade Crafts, Vendors, Homemade Cookies & Deserts, Rolls & Coffee, Sandwiches & Soup! … [Read more...]