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V. Rev. Fr. Héctor R.G. Pérez
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            The Holy Name Society is one of the principal  bodies of both  Parish activity and  of apostolate for the parish.  All the men of the Parish are considered at least nominal members though  it is required that the men  attend the monthly meetings occasionally.  The Society not only promotes the reverence  to the Holy Names of God and Jesus but also to the Church, the Holy Father and Hierarchy, Eucharist and Vocations.  As such the society sponsors a monthly Holy Hour, on the Thursday before First Friday of the month at 7 PM,  and every Thursday during Lent to pray for vocations,  to pray for the growth of the Parish,  and to make reparation  for sin.   The Society  has  different fund raisers during the year -  a raffle,  and fish fries during Lent -  to raise money  for different projects for the parish as well as  other charitable institutions.  Meetings  usually take place  on the last Sunday of the month at 9 AM  in the Parish Hall.  Come join us!  (Wives are welcome as well). Click here for a schedule of upcoming events.



    Blessed  be  God.  Blessed be His Holy Name.  Blessed  be Jesus Christ, true  God and true Man. Blessed be the Name  of  Jesus.  I believe, O Jesus, that Thou art the Christ,  the Son of the living God. I proclaim my love for the Vicar of Christ on earth.  I believe all the  Sacred Truths which the Holy Catholic Church believes and teaches. I promise to give good example by the regular practice of my Faith.  In honor of His Divine Name I pledge myself against perjury,blasphemy, profanity, and obscene speech.  I pledge my loyalty to the flag of my Country and to the God given principles of  freedom. justice and happiness for which it stands. I pledge my suppport to all lawful authority, both civil and religious. I dedicate my manhood to the honor of the Sacred Name of Jesus Christ,  and beg that He will keep me faithful to these pldges  until death.    (This is recited at the beginning of each Holy Name meeting).