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Come one, come all to our annual spring fair!

Enjoy our Authentic Minorcan Clam Chowder, Burgers, Hot Dogs, Pulled Pork Dinners, Ice Cream, and more

Live music will be played by Money for Nothin’

There will be kid’s activities, hayrides, 50/50 raffle drawings, classic cars, reenactors, and a reverse raffle for a chance to win $10,000

All will be enjoyed on our wonderful parish grounds, with the opportunity to tour our beautiful church built in 1907, the garden of the cross, and the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes.

Admission and Parking are free!

Download the flyer below and share with friends and family!

Want a chance to win a $10,000 prize? The inaugural St Ambrose Spring Fair Reverse Raffle is being held at the 2024 Spring Fair. All proceeds will support the building fund to construct the new Family Life Center. Only 300 tickets will be sold at $100 per ticket.


Help spread the word by downloading this flyer and sharing it with friends and family or at work, local events, or wherever else!

Saint Dominic, founder of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans), was recorded by his early followers as having a discreet practice: they speak about the tears of their founder, not only when praying, but also when celebrating Mass. Brother John of Bologna, an early friar, relayed that when he served at St. Dominic’s Masses, he would see tears stream down the saint’s cheeks after he received Holy Communion. The simplicity of the tears of this great preacher reminds us that Jesus gives us a tremendous gift in the Eucharist: God Himself descends and takes His dwelling in the soul of man. Our response then should be one of gratitude, awe and reverence for the love Christ has for us: that He should give Himself to sinful man as food. As Dominic, we should always be thankful for Christ’s gift to us in the Eucharist and be mindful of Whom we receive at Mass.

By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures..

Proverbs 24:3-4

St. Ambrose Catholic Church will be celebrating it’s 150th anniversary in 2025!

We are currently planning the event for

Sunday, February 16, 2025

11:00 a.m. (Mass)

Followed by Reception & Program