RSVP is a program that invites us to reflect on the scriptures, share our faith in a comfortable setting, and pray in small groups with fellow parishioners. We gather in homes for six weekly sessions in the Fall and in Lent and many groups meet year-round. We read and reflect on the scriptures for the upcoming Sunday’s Mass and share our response to the readings and to helpful reflection questions. We then offer our prayers and petitions as a group. RSVP is a wonderful way to share our faith and build closer relationships with our fellow parishioners.
RSVP offers a simple prayer and sharing format for small groups or alone. Please click under "documents" at the left for our current week’s outline.
For those wishing access to the daily readings, please visit the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops website .
Traditionally, the Church suggests we purse efforts that will increase our spiritual awareness at this time of preparation for the Easter mysteries. With this in mind, we are offering a six-week, parish-wide, series designed to build closer relationships in community and foster a deeper spirituality and understanding of Scripture. Small groups will meet once a week in parishioners’ homes or at the parish to pray and reflect on Pope Francis’ message and where joy can be found in the upcoming Gospel reading for the Sundays of Lent.
Even if you can't join a small group, you are invited to join in this reflection. You can access the resources used in the links below: