This is how August looks like, thus far:
Aug 2, First Tue, 6:30 pm: Novena to St. Anthony (Tamil)
Aug 4, First Thu, 3:00 pm: Hour of Eucharistic Adoration for the Sanctification of the Priesthood and for Vocations
Aug 5, First Fri, 7:30 pm: Community Eucharistic Adoration (after 7 pm Mass)
9:00 pm: All-night Vigil with the Blessed Sacrament (continues to Saturday until 7:00 am)
Aug 6, First Sat, 12:00 am: Continuation of the All-night Vigil (until 7:00 am)
1:00 pm: Children’s Rosary Group in Church
Aug 7, Sunday, 11:30 am: Mass followed by Catechists’ Lunch & Retreat
Aug 8, Monday 10:00 am Week One – Siena Summer Camp for Grades 1 – 6 begins (ends on the 12th)
Aug 15, Monday 10:00 am Week Two – Siena Summer Camp for Grades 1 – 6
begins (ends on the 19th)
Aug 11, 12, 13 7:00 pm: Triduum Mass and Talk in preparation for the Feast of the Assumption
Aug 13, Saturday, 4:00 pm: Information Session for “To Know, Love and Serve: A
Pathway to Marital Fulfilment”. Refreshments and childcare provided.
Aug 14, Sunday, 7:00 pm: (After the 6 pm Spanish Mass) Vespers, Eucharistic Adoration and (Fraternitas) Renewal of Consecration
to our Blessed Mother and to St. Joseph
Aug 15, Monday, 7:00 pm: Solemn Mass of the Assumption followed by a candlelight procession around the parking lot.
Aug 20, Saturday, 8:00 am: Day pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. Therese of Lisieux
(The second bus is filling up fast.)
Aug 21, Sunday, 11:30 am: Mass, Retreat and Bar-b-que with the Knights of Columbus
First Communion for the children who missed the scheduled celebration in June.
Aug 25, Thursday, 7:00 pm: Retreat with Fr. Sam from Divine Retreat Center – Holy Mass, Special preaching on the Word of God, Eucharistic Adoration, Praise and Worship, Healing Service
Aug 26, Friday, 6:00 pm: Baptismal Preparation Retreat for parents and godparents of those scheduled to be baptized.
Aug 28, Sunday, 11:30 am: Special Children’s Mass followed by a special activity in the main hall. (Special invitation to the First Communion children and their families)
And of course, the Holy Eucharist is exposed daily after the morning Mass up to the evening Mass, so there’s ample time to come and visit our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.