Church Debt Update: In 2005 the parish borrowed almost three and one half million dollars to build our new church, and signed a thirty year note with the Archdiocese. Two years ago we were able to refinance our loan from the original 4.5% rate down to a 2% rate, but they would only allow a two year time frame, not knowing what the banking rates would be at that time. This spring we were able to negotiate maintaining the 2% rate if we were to make a balloon payment of $125,000. The Finance Committee agreed to use a portion of our long term savings, and lock that 2% rate.
Effective this July, our debt is now down to $448,302.00 and is scheduled to be paid in full by May 31, 2019. With your help, we have cut a thirty year note down in a fourteen year period and we are so grateful for your generosity. We are asking all families to dig a little deeper each week and contribute more to the Church Debt Collection, and maybe we can have it paid off even sooner. Thank you in advance for your support.



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Mass Assignments for the 30th and 1st

5:00 PM Fr. Riegler (Homilist) assisted by Deacon O'Donnell

7:00 AM Fr. Riegler (Homilist) assisted by Deacon Mitchell

9:00 AM Fr. Burns, OSFS

11:00 AM Fr. Burns, OSFS

There will be a Spanish Mass at 5:00 PM Sunday
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St. Isidore Parish will be hosting a clothing drive to benefit The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Saturday, October 7th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul will be using the services of GreenDrop to support their clothing drive. Look for the GreenDrop truck in the church parking lot where an attendant will be available to assist you with your donations. Please place your donations of usable men's, women's and children's clothing in plastic bags or boxes. Household items such as: kitchenware, games/toys, small appliances under 50 pounds, electronics, sporting goods, books, CDs & videos are also accepted. Unfortunately, furniture, large appliances, TVs or computer monitors cannot be accepted. For a full list of acceptable items visit
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Remember, children with baskets will be at the doors after each Mass this weekend. They will be collecting monetary donations to be sent to our new Sister Church, St. Ignatius, in the flooded Houston area. Remember St. Izzy is helping St. Iggy.
Thank you for your support.
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The school is in need of an additional maintenance person. This will be a full time position. Must be able to handle the set up and take down of cafeteria tables, and do routine general cleaning. Comp...

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