Little Flower
Catholic Church and School

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Alumni News

Alumni News

We are interested in forming a committee to plan Little Flower Alumni Events and would love your help. If you would like to help us get events rolling, please contact the rectory. It would be a wonderful opportunity to gather all past Little Flower graduates and reconnect with friends, share incredible memories, and see what a great place Little Flower still is. Please, email Debbie Richter at the rectory if you are interested.

If you are aware of others that may be interested in this endeavor, please contact them and have them contact the rectory regarding this upcoming event.

From The Desk of Little Flower Pastor, Father Lawrence Herzog

Greetings from Little Flower! Thanks for your interest and support of our Parish.

Please join us at any or all of our Masses. Click here for our Mass Schedule.

Confessions are before each mass and on Saturdays 4 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Little Flower School continues to offer a Catholic Education in the tradition of St. Therese of the Little Flower. Like St. Therese … we’re small but we’re active. The school has been awarded various gifts and grants to purchase “smart boards” and other computer technology.

The Christian Formation Commission has executed many activities such as the Tour deSaints (highlighting some of the statues of our Church) and now a theological program on the virtues.

Do you hear the bells? The Little Flower liturgical repertoire has a bell tree. And you and your friends are invited to donate a bell! The bell will be put on a mobile bell tree that is rung in procession at the beginning of every special celebration (e.g. school opening, First Holy Communion, Christmas, Easter, etc.). Bells have been donated by parish members who have since gone to God. However, their bells on the tree continue to ring out the glory of our celebrations.

We also have torch bearers that add solemnity to our formal celebrations. Sr. Cynthia Kozicki, O.S.F., our dedicated sacristan, asked her nephew to create torches. Our school children now have another way in which to actively participate in our solemn liturgies.

Each November, the feasts of All Saints and All Souls, we remember and celebrate the lives of our own late loved ones and the deceased members of the Little Flower family. Please let us know the names of your loved ones so we can include them in our prayers.

Thanks again for your interest, love and support. May God reward your efforts and endeavors.

In God’s service,
Fr. Lawrence Herzog And Staff