Saturday, November 23rd, is the Feast of Saint Clement
Please join us for 8:00 am Mass. Coffee and refreshments will be served in the gathering area after Mass.
Saint Clement I was the fourth Pope of the Roman Church. He became Bishop of Rome around the year 92, and his reign lasted until the year 101. Clement, as the shepherd of the Church, wrote to the people encouraging peace and harmony. Clement was martyred for the faith. History states that when an anchor was tied around his neck to drown him, the sea opened to reveal angels burying him in a marble tomb under the sea.
Saint Clement, pray that we may be united in faith and love!