Polka Mass Choir
Embracing the ethnic culture of our community’s heritage, a quarterly mass is celebrated with authentic polka tunes and Czech traditions.
Saturday and Sunday Liturgy Choirs (Saturday 5:00 PM, Sunday 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM. and 11:00 AM). A variety of musicians and singers assist our worshippers in song at all Saturday and Sunday masses. Please contact the parish office for more information at 979-335-7551.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
(Church/ Home Communion/ First Friday Home Communion)
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion assist priests and deacons in the distribution of Holy Communion during the mass and/or at home to those not able to attend mass. This honor is by appointment. Please contact the parish office for more information at 979-335-7551.
Altar servers assist the priests at Mass. Children, both male and female, who have received their First Eucharist and are in the 4th grade are eligible to begin the training. Please contact Tommy Vacek for more information and training at 979-335-7943
Our ushers and greeters are the first people you meet when you arrive to Mass. They serve as greeters and hospitality, help to seat parishioners and generally assist the congregation through the liturgy. Please contact the parish office for more information at 979-335-7551.
Each year members of the parish join together for the Our Lady of Guadalupe celebrations in December. The festivities include authentic Mariachi music and cultural dancers. Numerous handmade flowers are made to decorate the statue of Our Lady and a statue of the kneeling St. Juan Diego. Please contact Amy Tovar for more information at 979-335-7714.
The objective of the Minister of the Word (lector) is not merely to be an interesting oral reader of the Bible, it is to provide effective proclamation of God's Word in Scripture. Effective proclamation of the Scriptures depends on the quality of how the lector prepares to minister to the congregation. Please contact the parish office for more information at 979-335-7551.
This ministry serves the needs of the altar by caring for all altar linens and the priest’s vestments. The society cleans, repairs, and/or replaces them as necessary. The altar society is also responsible for maintaining the proper supply of wine, hosts and candles to meet the Liturgical needs of the parish. Each member is assigned a few weekends a year to perform basic “housekeeping” duties within the church. Please contact the parish office for more information and scheduling at 979-335-7551.
ACTS (Men, Women and Teens)
Through the ACTS retreats, ACTS Missions provides the spark that ignites Catholics, worldwide, with the true eternal flame of the Holy spirit. As an instrument of God, ACTS is the light that will bring about New Evangelization to the entire world by fostering love and true discipleship, leading others to a commitment and obedience to Our Lord Jesus Christ by our every word, action and thought. Please contact Dennis and Diane Viktorin for more information at 979-335-4234.
This committee is designed to help maintain the guidelines and upkeep of the HCC Cemetery. Also, the committee assists with special events during the year. Membership is by appointment. Please contact Evelyn Vacek for more information at 979-335-4071 or email@example.com.
Information can be found at www.hcfaith.org.
The sacristans are responsible for preparing the altar for worship prior to each Mass or other liturgical service. This includes outfitting the credence table with sufficient wine and hosts for the service along with the appropriate number of patens, cups, purificators, hand towels, bowels, pitchers or other liturgical items needed. The sacristans also see to it that all items are cleaned and put away following the liturgy.
Please contact the parish office for more information at 979-335-7551.
(Thursday following 7:00 AM Mass – 7:00 PM Check bulletin for changes in schedule.)
Exposition is a manner of honoring the Holy Eucharist, by exposing it, with proper solemnity, to the view of the faithful in order that they may pay their devotions before It. Please see sign-up sheet in the vestibule for time availability.
Disciples on the Journey
Disciples on the Journey is a lectionary-based Lenten resource for adults that includes a commentary, faith-sharing questions, ways to live as disciples, a saint of the week, and opening and closing prayers with rituals. It is used during the six weeks of Lent to help reflect on the Sunday readings, share faith with one another, and ponder God’s call to serve our brothers and sisters. Please contact Patricia Michulka for more information at 979-335-6107.
Senior Citizen Dinner
The Senior Citizen Dinner is an annual event in which members of the parish help organize a meal/ program for the seniors of the community. Please contact Pamela Youngblood for more information at 979-335-4071.