Mass schedule for St. Rita and St. Stephen Church
Boy Scout Troop 614 will have their annual ziti and meatball dinner on Saturday, January …
Married couples will renew their vows and engaged couples will receive a special blessing during this beautiful candlelight service.
The movie is the shocking true story of the investigation, arrest and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, an abortion provider – his 30 year killing spree and the political and media establishment that tried to cover it up.
On Monday, January 12 from 7pm-8pm in the lower chapel at St. Rita Church, Bill Heiden from Holy Family Retreat Center will present a workshop on “Experiencing Renewal in the New Year.”
January 26, 2020
This week we begin Catholic Schools Week. Each January we take time to recognize the students, families, administration, teachers, staff and volunteers that make our Catholic Schools a valuable place of faith and learning.
The theme of Catholic Schools week this year is “Learn, Serve, Lead, Succeed”. These few words speak clearly the mission and goals of each Catholic School. All at St. Rita School work to implement them at every level: in the class-room, on sports fields and most especially in church so that each one of our students will be in our world a faith-filled mature adult who enriches both society and the Church.
During this week students, teachers and families will be part of events which acknowledge our Parish of Divine Mercy, interact with our local community and nation, recognize the value of each student, pray for and learn more about Church vocations, salute our teachers, staff and volunteers all the while thanking our families for their dedication and sacrifices.
The Parish of Divine Mercy is proud of St. Rita School. We thank all who have supported Catholic Education by send-ing their children to a Catholic School, the countless volunteer hours of many wonderful helpers, your financial sup-port of Catholic education and for the prayers of so many people.