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Letters to Sister Elizabeth

Would you like to send a letter or prayer request to Sister Elizabeth of the Mother of God, O.C.D. (aka Catherine Clemen)? Sister Elizabeth took her final vows as a Discalcled Carmelite nun on September 8th of this year. Please keep her in your prayers and know that the sisters are praying for our parish […]

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Walk to Bethlehem

A FREE Pilgrimage to Bethlehem…. Without ever leaving home! Have you noticed the days getting a little bit shorter? Before you know it, Advent will be upon us! Last year this time, over 120 parishioners set out on a journey towards Bethlehem, hoping to reach the stable by Christmas. And we made it. Will you […]

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Categories: Catholic Faith

New Adult Faith Formation Study

Adult Faith Formation Opportunity – Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible Through this 8 session series you will: Make sense of the Bible and see how it relates to your everyday life. Discover the remarkable connection between the Old and New Testaments. See how the Sacraments, the Church and our entire Catholic Faith are rooted in Scripture. […]

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Categories: Catholic Faith

Our Lady of Sorrows

From CatholicCulture.org: Devotion to the Seven Sorrows of Our Lady has its roots in Sacred Scripture and in Christian piety, which always associates the Blessed Mother with her suffering Son. Today’s feast was introduced by the Servites in order to intensify devotion to Our Lady’s Sorrows. In 1817 Pius VII — suffering grievously in exile […]

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Categories: Church

Pipe Dream Come True

From KitsapSun: BREMERTON — Thousands of metal cylinders in wooden boxes Tuesday lined the second floor of the iconic Catholic church on Veneta Avenue. Father Derek Lappe picked up one and blew into one end, producing a soft, high note that echoed throughout the church’s ornate insides. In the next few weeks, those cylinders — […]

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Categories: Catholic Faith, Saints

Saints Peter & Paul

From Catholic News Agency:  On June 29 the Church celebrates the feast day of Sts. Peter & Paul. As early as the year 258, there is evidence of an already lengthy tradition of celebrating the solemnities of both Saint Peter and Saint Paul on the same day. Together, the two saints are the founders of […]

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Annual Catholic Appeal 2015

A Future Full of Hope There are 175 parishes and missions in the Archdiocese, serving 579,500 Catholics The Annual Catholic Appeal is about being Catholic and recognizing there are priests and deacons to be trained, social services for the needy and poor to be offered, Catholic schools to sustain and grow, retired priests and nuns […]

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