Mission Statement

We are Resurrection Catholic Church, a faith community committed to the spirit and ideals of Vatican II and rooted in the charism of the Congregation of the Resurrection. Convinced of the limitless and unconditional love that God has for each of us, we seek to give expression to that mystery through: A worship of joyful praise; A fellowship that lovingly embraces our diversity without bias or prejudice; A multitude of ministries that boldly witness to the gospel value of justice, truth, and love. By the authentic living of our charism, we hope to provide a warm welcome to all, that they may come to a deeper knowledge of the Lord, Jesus Christ, and experience the hope, joy, and peace of His Resurrection.

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TWO SUNDAY MASSES RETURN ON SEPTEMBER 15

The results of the Mass Schedule Survey indicate that the largest group of respondents wish to return to the weekend Mass schedule that was in place prior to Memorial Day.  Beginning on September 14-15, 2019, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows: Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Masses: 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.    …

Registration For Religious Ed & Youth Ministry

Registration forms, permission slips, and the new handbook for the 2019-2020 Religious Education/Youth Ministry school year are available in the narthex and through the links below. 2019_20 REGISTRATION FORM 2019-20 Handbook_Faith Formation Junior High Offsite Permission Slip High School Offsite Permission Slip Youth Ministry Flyer_2019_20 Registration forms will also be emailed to Religious Education &…

First Friday Adoration and Benediction September 6th

All are invited to take some time away from the daily grind and take part in the First Friday Adoration and Benediction on August 2nd. Deacon Mark Priniski will lead Benediction. Adoration begins at 4:00 pm and Benediction follows at approximately 4:45.

Bottle Caps for Care of Creation program

“Tops” for Bottoms

Continue saving your plastic lids and bottle caps for a recycling program where the plastic will be reused to make park benches. We have collected 1063 pounds of caps/lids. To date, we have acquired four six-foot benches for our parish grounds. Click below for a list of acceptable caps and lids.