We the church of Ss. Columba-Brigid are a welcoming, inclusive, multicultural Catholic community inspired by the Holy Spirit to celebrate the Risen Christ in how we worship, love our neighbors, and work for justice in our daily lives.
Saturday 4 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. (Spanish)
Sunday 11 a.m.
You can find this Sunday's Mass readings online by clicking here for the Magnificat website, or click here for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website or click here for the readings in Spanish.
An Act of Spiritual Communion for those unable to attend Mass in person:
My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
Please join us at our next men's group meeting at Ss. Columba Brigid! We meet once a month to share faith, sing songs of praise and pray for each other. Our next meeting is Tuesday, June 22nd at 7 pm in the church hall. Any questions, please call Deacon Jerry at 863-4800. We hope to see you there!
We are no longer requiring you to register in advance to attend Mass. State and county regulations allow us to accommodate 150 people at Mass, and except for Easter Sunday we have had fewer than 100 any given Sunday. At Mass you will still be encouraged but not mandated to wear a mask for the benefit of those who cannot be vaccinated due to medical reasons, to sit only in the indicated pews, and to use hand sanitizer. We ask that after Mass you leave the church as promptly as possible. If you wish to congregate after Mass, please do so outside. Thank you!
Road To Renewal
Road to Renewal Process: Fr. Jud, Deacon Jerry and the parish's lay leaders who have been involved in the diocese's Road to Renewal process will do our best to keep the parish informed with the latest Road to Renewal news. Click here for some questions and answers regarding the Road to Renewal process. You can also find out the latest Road to Renewal news at the diocesan level at roadtorenewal.org
Now You Can View Masses Via Our Website
Now you can view Masses via our website by going to the View Mass Online page or the LIVE video section on the Home page. You can also view previously recorded Masses.
Also, until further notice, we will NOT have our bilingual Mass on the last Sunday of the month. We will have our Sunday, 9 am Spanish Mass and our 11 am English Mass.
Permission to podcast / stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license X-729593. All rights reserved.
Family Faith Formation
Family Formation is a family-based learning program that helps families grow in the transforming love of God by understanding and living our Catholic Faith. Family Faith Formation is offered one time per month during the school year. All are welcome!
Our next Family Faith Formation will in September
Stay tuned for more details
Everyone is invited to attend - people of all ages!
Come learn about our faith and meet other people from the parish
Sacrament Preparation Classes
Family Faith Formation - We have Family Faith Formation one time per month. Currently we are meeting via Zoom. Adults, kids, families, single people and married couples are all welcome. Come learn about our Catholic faith!
First Reconciliation - We offer First Reconciliation classes in March-April for children in grade 2 or higher.
First Communion - We offer First Communion classes in May-June for children in grade 3 or higher.
RCIA for Children - We offer RCIA for Children in March-April for children who have not been Baptized and are over the age of 7.
Confirmation - We offer Confirmation classes at various times of the year for those in grade 10 or higher as well as young adults or anyone else seeking this Sacrament.
If you have any questions regarding these programs, please contact Deacon Jerry at 863-4800 or by email at .
Rosary Online via Zoom
You are invited to pray the Rosary from your home via a Zoom call as follows:
- All are welcome to pray the Rosary together
- Every Sunday evening beginning at 7 pm
- Join the Zoom Meeting by clicking here
- Are you new to saying the Rosary? Click on the buttons below for easy to follow instructions:
Until further notice, we will not be having Adoration on first Fridays. If a group of at least four parishioners is willing to organize a group that can be responsible for setting up and attending Adoration, we would be happy to resume montly Adoration. Please contact Fr. Jud or Paula if you are interested.