We were really drawn to this parish because of the quality and depth of Catholic teaching on both faith and morals. It started with the founding pastor, Fr. Crowley, and now continues with our new pastor, Fr. John Pasquini. The web site describes very well (About Us page) what kind of experience you will have at the celebration of Mass. It is very reverent and in conformance with all the norms. The sacristans, lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are VERY well trained. As such there are no distractions allowing us to focus all our energy and attention on the Lord. Lapsed Catholics seeking a return to the faith and non-Catholics interested in the Catholic faith will find a very welcoming atmosphere here. This is quite evident on the web site so you can check my comment out at a distance. As a convert to the Catholic faith, I particularly liked how the "Rediscovering the Church" and "Exploring the Church" pages reach out in a gentle, understanding way to those people who have not gone to Mass in years and to non-Catholics respectively. The "FAQs" page contains a large amount of information about the Catholic faith, explaining many of the subjects I had been misinformed about while Protestant. It has very concise, convincing content. Fr. Pasquini holds an open Catechism class in the church every Monday night and this presents a wonderful opportunity for lapsed Catholics, fallen-away Catholics and non-Catholics to drop in and experience the wonderful joy of being a Catholic. As an FYI, the Catechism is a book which synthesizes all the teaching contained in the Bible. It is approved by the Pope and all the Bishops around the world. Imagine that!. The class is from 7-8 p.m. See you there. Be not afraid.