The history of the nursing ministry at Little Flower Church

A stethoscope sits curled up on a table

We wanted to take a moment to introduce the nursing ministry here at Little Flower Catholic Church, their history, and how you can benefit from the generosity of these skilled nurses. Beginning in the early 90’s as “Parish Nurse Ministry” In the late 1990s, Cindy Castellano RN introduced a program called Parish Nurse Ministry through […]

Come see the live action Passion Play presented by our youth group

Come see the live action Passion Play presented by our youth group 1

We invite the entire parish to the Passion Play this Friday, March 22nd at 7PM in the school cafeteria to meditate on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and his great love for us all. When I was in the third grade at Little Flower School, my teacher, the late Mrs. Ruth Stewart, described the liturgies […]

Be unafraid of the swords that may pierce us

Be unafraid of the swords that may pierce us 2

Dear Friends, The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary reflect on moments in the Passion of Christ that we will recall during this season of Lent (the Agony in the Garden, the Scourging, the Crowning with Thorns, the Carrying of the Cross, the Crucifixion and Death), but through the heart of Our Lady. Much like the […]

Deacon’s Open Letter to Busy Men

Deacon's Open Letter to Busy Men 3

Dear Men of Little Flower Catholic Church, The Men of Saint Joseph movement has been around for a while.  It was the brain child of a parish priest who wanted to get men, primarily young men with families, involved in a process of spiritual growth.  A process and a devotion that they could use to […]

Pastoral Council Election Ballot

Pastoral Council Election Ballot 4

Dear Little Flower Family, With excitement, I am pleased to present the names and biographies of the 12 parishioners you have nominated as candidates for our Pastoral Council. As you know, we have not had a Pastoral Council in the parish since the 90’s, so the formation of this advisory council is both long overdue […]

Announcing the formation of a Pastoral Council at Little Flower Catholic Church

A white statue of Mary Mother of God in the garden of Little Flower Catholic Church 

Dear Little Flower Parish Family, Since we all can’t get enough of election season, now seems an appropriate time to form a new Pastoral Council for Little Flower. Canon Law, which dictates the governance of the Church, states that each bishop may legislate the formation of a pastoral council for parishes in his diocese (CIC, […]

The history and current needs of the St. Teresa of Calcutta Mission

Rows of donated clothes available for the poor at St. Teresa of Calcutta Mission at Little Flower Catholic Church

The St. Teresa Mission, now serving about 250-300 families per month, had a humble origin. Our initial response to the needs of our local brothers and sisters was serving donated clothing from the trunk of a car on parish grounds. The arrival of Msgr. Crawford in the 90’s was the impetus for a building structure and […]

Gratitude for our successful St. Thérèse parish festival

Gratitude for our successful St. Thérèse parish festival 6

Dear St. Therese Festival 2018 Committee Heads and Members, Volunteers, Entertainers, Sponsors, Donors, School Administrators, Parents and Students, Parishioners and guests, Peace of Christ! We wish that this letter finds you in the best of health.  Here’s to express to you our sincerest gratitude for the wonderful Festival which we spent together last 21st October […]

The Pro-Life Committee thanks you for all of your generous donations

The Pro-Life Committee thanks you for all of your generous donations 7

On October 14th, 2018, the Little Flower Citywide Pro-Life Committee hosted its annual Alpha Center Baby Shower and Fundraiser. We collected donations throughout the month of September. We would like to thank all of our generous donors. Because of you, we were able to donate about 3,000 diapers, 24 Pack n’ Plays which can be […]