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It’s Stewardship Awareness Season!

Stewardship Report

My Catholic Giving Guide

Financial Report 2020


Although we are in the midst of a pandemic and many things have been re-prioritized, there are still things that hold priority for us even if adapted.  One of those priorities is our reminder for stewardship and our annual stewardship campaign in our parish. For some, this time in history makes it even harder to find time for God and His Church.  For others, this time in history makes it easier to give back to God.  Wherever you fall, we encourage you to take some time to pray and discern where God is calling you this stewardship season.

Due to the pandemic, this year will look a little different, but the time we’re asking you to spend in prayer as you prepare to renew your covenant with God will look the same.  Some changes you will notice, however, are the following:

  • We will have a condensed stewardship campaign which begins September 20 and will end on our parish feast day, October 4th.
  • There will be no on-campus activities suck as Mass in the Grass.
  • There will be no covenant card or card collection at Masses.
  • Sunday, September 20 we will have a witness talk at all Masses form our Stewardship Chairman, Tony Jaskiewicz.
  • Sunday, September 27 is Stewardship Awareness Sunday with a special homily on stewardship.
  • Sunday, October 4 is Parishioner Appreciation Weekend.


Although the stewardship season has been cut short this year, as faithful stewards of the Gospel message we’re called to continue moving forward despite hardship. We hope this year’s theme,  “Onward. Through the storm into His marvelous light” helps keep eyes on the prize of heaven as we continue giving of our time, talent and treasure to support the church and build the kingdom of God. We trust in His loving care, as we strive to hear those beautiful words, “Well done good and faithful servant. Come, share your master’s joy.”


When we use gifts in the way God intends we experience true joy!