This Week’s Parish News

Knights of Columbus Social

Become a better Catholic.  Do more for your Church. Join the Knights of Columbus.  Are you interested in becoming a member of the Knights of Columbus or need more information?  Join us for a Social evening with Pizzas and Sodas on Wednesday 10 November in Reid Hall at 6 PM.  Please call Clarence Black at 623-217-1129 to let us know if you are coming.  Se Habla Español.


Rosary Novena for Our Times

The Novena will be for nine Wednesdays began October 13 at 9:30 a.m. after Mass. The intentions will be: October 13 for the Church, October 30 for the Parish, October 27 for Priests, November 3 for Families, November 10, for Souls in Purgatory, November 17 for Youth, November 24 for the Nation, December 1 for Life, and December 8 for World Peace. Please join us.


Eucharistic Adoration

On January 8 and 9, Father James Costigan, C.P.M. from the Fathers of Mercy will be coming to SCB to speak on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.  Our Lord desires to fill each one of us with His Peace and Love.  We confirm our faithfulness to God by humbly visiting Him, face-to-face, in our chapel.  Adoration is continuous, 24/7.  If you would like to help establish Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, join the adoration team on Thursdays at 7pm in the parish hall.  Call Wayne (English) at 623-322-6350 or Hugo (Spanish/Eng) at 602-989-4311.


Digital Age Prayer Line

Parishioner Pauline Breeden has begun an Email Prayer Request Line.

It is quite simple to participate; simply email your request to her at with the words “scbprayers” in the subject line. Your requests will be forwarded to others in the database with your permission. Your email address will then be placed in the database to receive prayer requests sent to Pauline by others. Thanks for your interest!


Give What You Can, Take What You Need

A table has been set up in the foyer area with household and food items. We ask parishioners to assist by bringing an item or two weekly that they would like to offer to a fellow parishioner in need, and in return take an item which they may be lacking.



The Rosary Group and the Knights of Columbus would like to thank all who joined in the trip to Rosary Sunday. May God be with us next year so that we may travel together again!


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