I am pleased to be able to share our 2020-2021 Parish Annual Report with you. The report summarizes some of our key sacramental and financial information as well as other important information related to the life of our parish. We have had another remarkable year, and the Lord has been so faithful to us. I am grateful for your ongoing support, and I pray that the Lord will continue to bless our parish and schools as we strive to serve Him.
I want to invite you to join me in helping to support marriage and in our parish. I want to ask you to consider joining me for a couple of events. As you know, we are implementing an exciting new marriage initiative in our parish. We have received grants to work with two different organizations: Communio, which provides strategic planning and marketing resources for helping to implement a plan to strengthen marriage, and Marriage Building USA, which provides a various conte
Q. What is the "Little Way"? A. On October 1st, we celebrated the feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux (who is also known as the Little Flower). Among the things she is most recognized for is her “little way.” In her own words, the little way “is the way of spiritual childhood, the way of trust and absolute surrender.” Living in an age when elevators had just been invented, Thérèse wanted to find her elevator to Jesus because she felt that she was “too small to climb the rough st
We Care About Marriage is an evening gathering for married couples. Enjoy conversation and support for marriages in the St. Catherine’s community with a lovely evening of wine, cheese, and thought filled conversation. All couples are welcome! October 9th 7:00pm-8:30pm in 316/317.