St. James at Sag Bridge Holy Name Society was resurrected officially February 29th 2004.  The charter was reclaimed for the first time since the 1950's.

This past year the Holy Name Society has contributed much to the upkeep of our Parish. With all the HNS sponsored cookouts the group has also been called the Holy Flames.

The proceeds and hard work have provided the parish with:

    —A new classroom for Religious Education in Sag Hall
    —New exterior Doors on Sag Hall
    —The St. James Café
    —Upgrading to our Parish Web Page
    —A new Computer to video stream events on the parish web page
    —A new air compressor for the garage
    —A video projector for Religious Education
    —Continued sponsorship of an elderly woman in the Philippines.
    —Support to our Lady of the Angels Mission

The Holy Name Society would like to thank everyone for their support.


Our Lady of the Angels Mission

One of the many things the Holy Name Society has been involved in is the restoration of Our Lady of Angels Mission. Walls were removed, walls were built, walls were painted, doors replaced, electrical wiring replaced, new lighting fixtures, floors sanded and refinished. A new Altar and Ambo were constructed. Donations followed with appliances, bedding, cleaning supplies, lamps, food items, paint and other materials.  Cardinal Francis George came out to bless the house once again daily Mass and Eucharistic Adoration will return.

May God Bless all of those who have stepped forward from this parish with generosity.

Packey A’Hearn, Dan Czyzewicz, Marty Fleckenstein, Mike Hally, Charlie Hughes, Jane Hopson, Mario Imbarrato, Mike Lavery, Allen Nowacyk, Rod Poynter, David Romaine Family, Shawn Ryan, Walter Toldness, Jim Wall, Patrick Walsh, Deacon John  

To learn more about the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal  or Our Lady of Angels click on one of the following links.


Franciscan Friars of the Renewal

Our Lady of Angels Mission

Our Lady of Angels Fire

Video of Fr. Lombardo 04-08-2008