If you are looking for a faith community to call your own, please contact our parish.
We are located in the Greenwood neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. Please join us for worship.
Saturday Vigil at 5:00 pm
Sunday Morning at 8:30 am and 10:30 am
Weekday Rosary &
Weekday Mass or Prayer Service
8 am Rosary / 8:30am Mass - Monday - Friday
(Subject to change due to Priest availability & days of Funeral Services)
8:30am First Saturday of the Month Mass
(except days of Funeral Services)
YOUTH GROUP PIZZA PARTY
6:30-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15 in Egan.
Parents, do not feed your child dinner as they'll be eating their own creation.
All 4th through 8th graders are invited.
The top three creative pizza makers win prizes.
All you need is a pie tin and any interesting ingredient you want. Abbondanza!!
YG will have dough, cheese, sauce and pepperoni available. The rest is up to you!
See you there!
Myke Folger - Youth Group Leader
206-612-0036 (text OK)
The Annual Italian Dinner was a great event! Thank you to our Scouts and Knights of Columbus.
Archbishop's Letter on Immigration
Archdiocese of Seattle
Office of the Archbishop
February 2, 2017
710 9th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104-2017
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
In recent days, following the Trump Administration’s Executive Order regarding immigrants and refugees, we have continued to hear a great deal of anxiety from members of our community — those who are directly affected by the order, those who want to join in the effort to address problems in our immigration system, and those who have legitimate concerns about the security of our country.
As Pope Francis constantly reminds us, we are called to live Christian charity and to protect and defend the dignity of every human person, especially the poor and most vulnerable. Immigrants and refugees are among the poorest and most vulnerable people in our age, and the Catholic Church in the United States has, for many years, been a source of welcome and solace to those who are displaced. Though many of its features are temporary, we are deeply concerned about the effects of the Executive Order. We have both a right and a duty to protect our borders and our citizens; at the same time, we have a responsibility to come to the aid of those who seek a better life, with their families, in our wonderful country.
As we wrote last month to the Catholic immigrant community in Western Washington, “United with all U.S. Bishops, we will continue to safeguard and maintain the well-being of those entrusted to our care.
We will continue working with our government to bring about a just and effective solution for all who have fled persecution, violence and poverty in order to build a better life for themselves and their families. The
Archdiocese of Seattle will continue to offer its programs and services to assist you in the path to citizenship and to keep all families united.”
For many years, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has been at the forefront of working for immigration reform, and that continues to be the case. We encourage you to join in the Bishops’ efforts for a just and safe immigration system. To learn what you can do to help, please visit the USCCB’s Justice for Immigrants website.
To our sisters and brothers who are particularly anxious at this time, we say again: Remember that our loving Father, who knows all things and has numbered even the hairs on your head, will watch over and protect you and your families. Let your trust in the Lord and our Blessed Mother remain strong, as we continue to pray for one another, for our leaders and our nation.
Sincerely in Christ,
Most Rev. J. Peter Sartain Most Rev. Eusebio Elizondo, M.Sp.S.
Archbishop of Seattle Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle
seattlearchdiocese.org Official site of the Catholic parishes of Western Washington
Youth Group at Husky Basketball
Youth Group had a lot of fun at last Saturday's UW Men's Husky Basketball game against the Utah Utes. Students also go to meet "Dubs" the team's mascot.
The next YG meeting will be Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the Mezzanine where we will plan for the upcoming girls/boys 3 on 3 basketball tournament and the YG Auction project. Come with ideas, stay for the music and treats and an awesomely positive experience.
Youth Group Leader
Welcome back Youth Group 2017
6:30-8 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 11 in the Mezzanine
Come to the next YG meeting to plan future events and have fun while doing it.
Planned events for the new year are the 3 on 3 basketball tournament, a trip to see the Sounders play, Super Soaker/Water Balloon battle and the Big Swim/Bike Ride.
See you there. And bring your ideas.
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Today - the 12th day of Christmas - the Baby Jesus was recognized as the son of God.
Joy to the world, the Lord has come.
Blessed Sacrament is a Dominican Parish
THE OFFICIAL FACEBOOK HOME OF CATHOLIC HUSKIES!
This is the official Facebook page of our lovely community at St. Therese!
We are centered on volunteerism, service, outreach and inclusion of all persons interested in furthering the mission of Jesus our Hope in downtown Seattle. Our mission is the social mission of the Catholic Church. www.christourhopeseattle.org
Since 1909 Holy Rosary's mission is and has been to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ & help others, as we grow in love of our God and one another.
As the official page of Catholic young adult ministry in Western Washington, come here for your centrally located information on all that is happening!
We are the Cathedral for the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle. We are also a parish church for a vibrant faith community. Welcome to St. James Cathedral.
The Archdiocesan Catholic cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Seattle
Our parish is a very active, diverse and vibrant parish that is located in the heart of West Seattle.