Mass Schedule

Saturday – 4:30 PM (Anticipatory Mass)
Sunday – 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:30 PM (Spanish)

Monday – 8:00 AM, 12 Noon
Tuesday – 8:00 AM, 12 Noon
Wednesday – 12 Noon
Thursday – 8:00 AM
Friday – 8:00 AM

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Blessed Feast of St. Stephen of Hungary!

Sarolt, a Hungarian duchess, received a vision of St. Stephen, the protomartyr, in 975. The saint told her she would bear a son who would evangelize Hungary. Together with her husband, Duke Geza, they were baptized by St. Adalbert of Prague. Adalbert would also baptize the son, the future St. Stephen of Hungary. Stephen and his father sought to convert their kingdom to the Catholic faith so they built monasteries and invited missionaries.

Stephen evenutally became king and married Gisela, the sister of Holy Roman Emperor St. Henry II. The couple had an unknown number of children but two of them are known by name, Otto and Emeric. Emeric was the only one to survive until adulthood but he still died young, before his parents, and was canonized himself.

Greatly devoted to the Virgin Mary, Stephen had several churches built in her honor both inside and outside of Hungary. Her intercession is credited with preventing a war between Hungary and the Holy Roman Empire under Conrad II, as well as stopping an assassination plot against Stephen. He also established a monastery in Jerusalem and helped pilgrims in other major cities.

In 1038, on the feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Stephen delivered his final words to leaders of the Church and state, telling them to protect and spread the Catholic faith. St. Stephen of Hungary died on August 15, 1038. He was buried alongside his son St. Emeric, and the two were canonized together in 1083. (Source: Catholic News Agency)

St. Stephen of Hungary, pray for us!



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