Only 3 weeks until the fun begins!
July 11 - 15
Volunteers are needed in all areas! Volunteer for one night or more and have fun while helping the community!
Visit our Page to volunteer online and you can even purchase raffle tickets.
Most organizations that work with children have some sort of child safety program. Through the Protecting God’s Children program, efforts are made to help churches and religious organizations refine their roles as child-safe environments and empower caring adults to protect children. We will offer sessions here at St. Catherine's before the Carnival for those whose are interested in volunteering.
Registration is now beginning for the 2017-2018 Sessions.
Walking with Purpose is a 22-week Catholic Bible study that aims to bring women into a deeper, personal relationship with Christ through personal study and small group discussions that link our everyday challenges with solutions given to us through the teachings of Christ and the Catholic Church.
Two courses will be offered. Opening Your Heart, the foundational course, is designed for women who are new to WWP. We welcome past participants and invite new women to join us! Discovering Our Dignity will also be offered, a study of women in the Bible, which will draw us into a deeper relationship with Jesus and show how much Christ loves us.
We will meet Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 a.m. beginning October 5 through April with breaks for holidays & school vacations. Free childcare is available! Click here for more information.
Six-week Summer Bible Study
June 29 - August 3
Thursday evenings beginning at 6:30 p.m.
We are in need of Altar Servers.
The primary role of the altar server is to assist the priest in the celebration of the liturgy and to be an example to the congregation by active participation in the liturgy. We are in need of altar servers. As long as a child has received their first communion, they can be trained to serve.
Are you interested in joining a meditation group? The purpose is to support each other in making silent meditation part of our regular spiritual practice.
We meet every Thursday evening in the chapel at 7:00 p.m. Each session will open with a brief sharing around the Christian and Oriental practices that seek to quiet the mind as a means of gradually progressing toward inner peace and openness to the divine presence. We will then sit in silent meditation, for as long as each of us feels called to do so, but generally not more than half an hour.
The emphasis is on informality and mutual support – the young, the old and the in-between are all welcome – as are the stressed and those yearning to refresh their spiritual life. Father Bill Platt and Deacon Robert Henrey plan to be on hand.
As we try to maintain our records, please let us know if you have recently moved, changed your phone number, or changed or added an email address.