What is it that keeps this parish so full of faithfulness and vitality? It is a gift no less exalted for being as common as rain or the air we breathe: the love of God, showered down on all of us equally, but with a special promise for the pioneer, the outsider, the officially shunned, the angry and wounded, calling us to community, to service, to praise, to thanks and to love.
You will find the good people of our parish old, young, married, single, gay, lesbian, transgender, affluent, homeless, blue-collar, converts, cradle Catholics, radical, traditional, questioning, fervent. What you’re least likely to find here is complacency or indifference.
Our liturgies are true celebrations, as you’ll see most vividly at our largest gathering, Sundays at 10 a.m. Mass. Our outreach efforts work tirelessly to serve the needy, the hungry, the lonely, the spiritually famished.
Welcome to Most Holy Redeemer!
Fr. Matt Link, C.PP.S