Praying the Rosary with our Faith Family
Join us in praying the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary, led by our own parishioners and featuring our own stained glass windows.
Lincoln University Catholic Campus Group
We are forming a catholic campus group and we want to meet you! Continuing your faith practices in a university environment is so important, and we’re here to help. If you are a Catholic student or staff member, or know someone who is, please share this information and get in touch with us today!
Deacon Bill Seibert, religious liaison to LU
Rooted/Connected/Searching in Community
first Wednesday of each month from 5-8 pm at church
Jan. 4, Feb. 1, Mar. 1, Apr. 5, May 3
Journey around the world and deep into the Catholic Faith in all its richness, history, beauty, goodness, and truth in breathtaking, high-definition cinematography.
Walk through the Liturgy with Bishop Barron and be transformed through insights on this most privileged and intimate encounter with our Lord Jesus Christ.
In the Pray As You Go app -- downloadable from your mobile device -- each audio reflection is about 11 or 12 minutes long and includes a song, a daily Scripture reading, a reflection, a question or two to think about and the "Glory Be" prayer at the conclusion. Just search for Pray As You Go in the App Store or Google Play.
Radio: KHJR 88.1 FM
Called to Communion with Dr. David Anders is a daily call-in show primarily for non-Catholics to ask questions, hosted by Dr. Anders, and engaging convert from Calvinism with a deep background and knowledge of Catholicism, Christianity, and Protestantism. Check the program's website to listen live, catch past episodes, or listen from 1-2 pm and 10-11 pm Monday -Friday on our local Catholic radio station, KHJR 88.1 FM.
Grow in your relationship with Christ through prayer, study, community, action, and more. Select your area of interest from a diverse and thorough list at myfaithwalk.org to access the best free resources available, such as:
Sunday Mass preparation guides
three minute meditations
and so much more