Please download the worship aid to participate in Friday’s evening prayer at 5 PM.
Instructions on how to join are available here.
We are happy to share that our 9 AM Sunday Mass will resume on October 18. Thanks to our reopening committee, volunteer ushers, music ministry, lectors, and priests for making it possible to expand our worship times on Sunday.
Starting on October 18, two Sunday Masses will be celebrated at St. Charles Borromeo: 9 AM and 11:15 AM. The 11:15 AM Mass will continue to be live-streamed via Zoom and YouTube and also available for later viewing on YouTube for those who are not able to join us in person. We will look to add a 7 PM Mass at a later date.
Again, the new schedule starts in eight days on Sunday, October 18. There is no 9 AM Mass this upcoming Sunday, October 11; only a 11:15 AM Mass.
We are still seeking more volunteer ushers. Our volunteer ushers allow us to worship together while abiding by the recommended safety precautions. If you are able to serve as an usher either at a 9 AM or 11:15 AM Sunday Mass, please contact Jane Olson, Joe Genova, or speak to them outside the church after Mass.
Pastor Fr. Bill Smith and Terriann Nohilly discuss the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, regarding the Parable of the Vineyard. They discuss motherhood, the connectedness that comes with being part of a real community, and the small actions that can foster it.
St. Charles at Home episodes feature conversation between the prior Sunday’s homilist and parishioners to provide us with more connection to the parish during the week. The videos are available on our YouTube channel and our website.
Please join us in congratulating our children who received their First Holy Communion on Saturday, September 19.
Bryant Roman, II
Henry Richard Slamin
Kindly keep each one of these children in your prayers.
Lord Jesus, bless all those
who have received you
in Holy Communion for the first time.
May each one of them know your
love and mercy in a personal way.
May all your people open
their hearts to receive you
that they might be transformed
by your presence.