- Apr 27, 2022
Mother's Appreciation Dinner
Join us to celebrate our wonderful mothers on May 21 at 5:30 pm in the Parish Hall. Come and have fun with our cake run, hat contest, and photo booth. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Pregnancy Aid Clinic (PAC). The Knights of Columbus will be helping the Columbiettes with a spaghetti dinner and home made desserts. Purchase tickets by clicking here!
- Apr 22, 2022
Sign Up for the Mother's Day Novena
If you would like to have a mother, living or deceased, remembered in our Mother's Day Novena of Masses, May 8-16, you can complete the online form here, and you will receive an e-card that can be sent to the particular person(s) who will be remembered. We will also publish the names included in the novena in a special e-blast we will send out on Mother's Day. Please make sure to complete the form by Thursday, May 5, if you would like the name(s) included in the e-blast.
- Apr 17, 2022
Register Today for Couples of Faith May 14th
Are you registered for Couples of Faith this Saturday, May 14th? You do not want to miss this opportunity to hear nationally renowned husband and wife team Jared and Mallory Smyth speak on how to create a Catholic culture in our families. A delicious dinner will be provided by the Knights of Columbus along with wine and free babysitting! The deadline to register is Wednesday, May 11th. Please sign up by clicking here! SPEAKERS Jared Smyth is the National Director of Church En
- Apr 11, 2022
Parish Family Picnic May 28 - Order Food Today!
Please join us for a parish family picnic on May 28th from 5:30pm-8:00pm. Bring your chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets as we kickoff the summer with a fun evening of food, music, games, and fellowship. The Knights of Columbus will offer hotdogs, burgers, chips, and drinks and the Hispanic Ministry will also offer tacos. Please preorder hotdogs, burgers, and tacos by clicking here. Water, soft drinks, beer, popcorn, and desserts will be available for purchase at the picnic
- Apr 11, 2022
Holy Week Schedule
Our Holy Week Schedule is below. Please note that we will also be live-streaming the Holy Thursday Mass, Good Friday Liturgy of the Passion, Easter Vigil Mass, and 10:00am and 1:45pm Easter Sunday Masses on our Facebook page. We will also be streaming the Mass to the garden and outdoor seating will be available for the 10:00am, 12:15pm, and 1:45pm Easter Sunday Masses. (Please note there is no 4:30pm Mass on Easter Sunday.)
- Apr 9, 2022
Easter Message and Flower Sponsorship
Dear St. Catherine's Parish Family, I would like to wish all of you a very blessed Easter! Today we celebrate the triumph of our Lord Jesus over suffering and death. It is a time to remember, with gratitude, the beauty of our faith and the hope that we possess as Christians. I also want to welcome our newest members of the Church. We had 22 people who were fully initiated into the Church at the Easter Vigil through Baptism and/or Confirmation. I ask you to join me in praying
- Apr 8, 2022
Feast of Divine Mercy Devotion - April 24th
Please join Fr. Valery for a celebration of the Divine Mercy on April 24th. We will have reflections on the Divine Mercy, and we will pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet beginning at 3:00pm in the church.
- Apr 7, 2022
Information Session for Chesterton Academy High School - May 12th
Fr. Neil is beginning the process to start a Chesterton Academy in Kennesaw. Chesterton schools are a network of Catholic classical high schools that provide a rigorous academic formation and deep spiritual formation. The school is scheduled to open in August of 2023 with a freshman class. If you are interested in finding out more, please join us for a parent information session on Thursday, May 12 at 6:30pm in the Parish Hall. Please RSVP for the info session and join our
- Apr 4, 2022
Red Cross Blood Drive at St. Catherine's - August 7th
The Covid-19 pandemic has lead to a significant shortage of donated blood. St. Catherine’s Parish, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will host a blood drive on Sunday, August 7th from 8:00am – 1:00pm in the parish hall. Please consider making an appointment to donate by visiting redcrossblood.org and use the code SCS.
- Apr 2, 2022
Veiling of Statues
Dear St. Catherine Parish Family, Beginning this weekend (the 5th Sunday of Lent) at Mass, you will notice that all of the statues in the church are covered with a violet cloth and will remain covered until Easter. This is a tradition that has existed in the Church for centuries (normally the crucifix is covered as well, but it would be too difficult for us to cover the large crucifix in the sanctuary). Although, the precise origins of this practice are not clear, there ar