All posts by ALBERT BAINGER

Holy Week Schedule

2022 Holy Week & Easter Schedule Holy Thursday April 14 @ 7:30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper (with reposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 10:00pm – Social Hall) Good Friday April 15 @ 9:00am Morning Prayer Good Friday April 15 @ 7:30 pm Passion of the Lord Holy Saturday April 16 @ 12noon Blessing of... Read More

Important Dates At a Glance

Jan.24   K-5 Faith Formation resumes, 5:45pm Jan.25   6:45PM First Communion Catechesis: Parent Session and class for children. Jan 26  MS Faith Formation resumes, 7:00pm Jan 30   11am Mass, Catholic Schools Mass Feb5/6   Bags for the Urbana Food Bank (Masses) Feb 6 Confirmation Sessions resume, 6:00pm Feb 6     Confirmation Sessions resume, 6:00pm Feb 13   Rosary... Read More

Baptism

Incorporated into Christ’s Body – Sent on Christ’s Mission Congratulations on the birth or upcoming birth of your child! No matter the stage of parenting you are currently in, you have been entrusted with a great gift from God. The next Baptism Preparation Class for Parents is scheduled for February 13th at 9:30am in the... Read More

Parish Blood Drives

The Parish Has four Blood Drives Scheduled in 2022. Mark your calendars to give the “Gift of Life”. Tuesday, February 15, 2022 Thursday, May 19, 2022 Thursday, September 8, 2022 Thursday, December 1, 2022 Register and schedule at www.RedCross.org or Call (800) 733-2767 Read More

The Maryland Catholic Conference (MCC)

The Maryland Catholic Conference (MCC) (www.mdcatholic.org) is the official voice on public policy issues for more than 1 million Catholics living in the three Catholic (arch)dioceses that serve MD: Baltimore, Washington and Wilmington DE. As Catholics, we have a responsibility to engage in public and political life, to advocate for the common good, the poor,... Read More

Message From our Paster

Dear Parishioners and Visitors: I welcome you to St Ignatius of Loyola Parish. If you are visiting from out of town, we hope your time with us has been enjoyable and we look forward to your return. If you live nearby and celebrate with us only on the occasion of major feasts like Christmas and... Read More