St Aloysius Parish

Join Fr. Dan Zak on an Italian Pilgrimage, May 14 - 23, 2015

The Vatican, Florence, Assisi and Rome.  Six nights in Rome, staying just 4 blocks from The Vatican and the Basilica of St. Peter’s; visit the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museum. Experience a Papal Audience and a Blessing from our Holy Father. Visit countless churches, view their art and treasures.  On a Day-trip to Assisi, we’ll explore the Medieval Mountain Town of St. Francis and St. Clare with Mass at the Basilica.  Enjoy two nights in Florence, the Home to the Renaissance in the Heart of Tuscany.  And everywhere, enjoy the leisurely atmosphere and the wonderful shops!  LIMITED to 25 pilgrims.  Additional information is available here. For info or enrollment, contact Chris at 419-345-2512 or email him at cdougherty@PinnacleTourExperience.com

 

With over 3000 members, St. Aloysius Church serves the Roman Catholics living in the many communities in and around Bowling Green, Ohio.

Weekend Masses are at 5:30 PM Saturday and 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, and 12:00 Noon on Sundays. On the first Sunday of each month, Mass is celebrated in Spanish at 2:00 PM. On the third Sunday of each month, the 12:00 Noon Mass is Bi-lingual (English/Spanish).

Weekday Mass is generally at 7:30 AM, Monday through Thursday, with confessions immediately following.  Mass is also celebrated at 7:30 AM on First Fridays. A Communion Service is held on other Fridays.  Additionally, a school Mass is celebrated on Thursdays at 2:10 PM during the school year. This schedule is subject to change; the Weekly Calendar should be consulted.

Holy Day Masses vary and are published in the bulletin and on the Weekly Calendar.

PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

We, the Catholic community of St. Aloysius, guided by the Holy Scripture and Church tradition, with the help of the Holy Spirit, are working toward the Kingdom of God on earth. In faith, we gather for Eucharistic worship and sacramental life; we continue to develop our personal relationships with Jesus Christ; we share love for one another, and we reach out to the needs of others both in our parish and beyond.