Upcoming Events

Apr 14
2021

Morning Eucharist

The Basilica is our spiritual home - a place of welcome. We want each person who enters The Basilica to feel safe. The...
Apr 14
2021

Zoom: Coffee and Conversation

Join our parish online gathering. An opportunity to talk about different aspects of our parish life with Fr. Bauer. ...
Apr 14
2021

Weekday Eucharist

The Basilica is our spiritual home--a place of welcome. We want each person who enters The Basilica to feel safe. The...
Apr 15
2021

Morning Eucharist

The Basilica is our spiritual home - a place of welcome. We want each person who enters The Basilica to feel safe. The...
Apr 15
2021

Zoom: Morning Prayer

Join us for morning prayer via zoom.https://zoom.us/j/95113688285?pwd=UXNrdzRCUGhwS3FCMzFBQllGQVpSZz09Worship Leaflet
Apr 15
2021

Weekday Eucharist

The Basilica is our spiritual home--a place of welcome. We want each person who enters The Basilica to feel safe. The...
Apr 15
2021

Zoom: Prisoners or Patients? Task Force

The Prisoners or Patients Task Force meets virtually the third Thursday of each month for one hour. If you are...
Apr 15
2021

Pathways Faith-Based Life Skills Classes

SVdP Pathways, a continuing series of faith-based life skills classes, will re-start on Thursday, February 4. Pathways...
Apr 16
2021

Morning Eucharist

The Basilica is our spiritual home - a place of welcome. We want each person who enters The Basilica to feel safe. The...
Apr 16
2021

Zoom: Centering Prayer

To protect people from possible exposure to the Coronavirus and for the common good and welfare of our communit​y, this...

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In our weekly video series "Art That Surrounds Us," Johan van Parys, Ph.D., our Director of Liturgy...

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Volunteer Leadership Roles

We are looking to fill a volunteer leadership role on the parish Finance Committee starting this...
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We are an Easter People

Although our lives have not completely returned to “normal,” how uplifting it was to have Holy Week...