Making Your Mass Reservations

Posted on June 30, 2020 in: General News

From Monsignor Carr   “…through Your Son Our Lord  Jesus Christ, by the power and working of the Holy Spirit, You give life to all things and make them holy, and You never cease to gather a people to Yourself and make them holy….” - Eucharistic Prayer 3   Based on lessons learned and feedback gathered since public Masses resumed in spring of this year, clergy, parish administration, and the liturgy committee continue to work together so that our parish can safely worship together. Beginning with reservations for the Mass of the Solemn...

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2021 Lenten Mission & Resources

Posted on February 12, 2021 in: General News

Spiritual Opportunities & Lenten Practices See what daily and weekly events our parish is offering during the Lenten Season to enrich your spiritual life.     Lenten Mission 2021: "Put on Christ" (March 7th - 12th) Click to learn about our week-long parish experience, combining virtual and in-person spiritual opportunities to deepen your Lenten journey this year.     Soup Recipes for Lenten Meals Access new meatless soup recipes every week, perfect for your Friday meals before or after our 5:30 p.m. Stations of the Cross.     &n...

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2021 Annual Diocesan Appeal

Posted on February 10, 2021 in: General News

Building Our Family of Faith   The 2021 Appeal will provide critical funding to three key areas: Empowering the Next Generation Providing for those in Need Building Catholic Communities In complement to the funds returned to our parish through the parish sharing formula, the Appeal also benefits our Saint Bridget parish ministries. Many of you received a letter from Bishop Knestout asking for your support of the Annual Diocesan Appeal. We hope you will prayerfully consider this request. Your donation will support many Diocesan ministries: Seminarian Education Fuel and Hunger Fund ...

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Thank you so very much for praying for me and my family during this very difficult time. Here is a quick update on my condition: I underwent an aggressive chemo regimen on December 1st.  It did not go well. Without going into a lot of detail, I was placed in a Critical Care Unit at MCV on December 9th and did not get out of the hospital until December 23rd.    Presently, I am weak, but am trying to exercise every day to build up my strength for the next round of chemo (which started on January 7th).  Needless to say, the oncologist modified my chemo regimen to be less aggressive, thus it will...

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Pastor's Office Wednesday, January 13th 2021      My dear Parishioners,      I pray that our celebration of the Lord’s Nativity touched you with the promise that God is always with us. Christmas is such a time of light as we live in a darkened world.      These quiet holy days have given me time to discern the mind of Christ for me. Thus, after 52 years of service and at 79 years of age it is time for me to step aside as your pastor. I will retire from active ministry this summer.      I do not know who will be assigne...

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The Bible Timeline – The Story of Salvation Have you ever tried reading the bible and given up after only a short time? On Monday January 18th we will begin a study that will help us to read the Bible in a way that will show us see “the big picture”. We will explore the biblical narrative in light of Catholic teaching and the historical, cultural, and literary context of the Scriptures to discover what they reveal about God’s plan and our place within it. This journey will take us through twelve historical periods described in fourteen books of the bible. This fascinating and remarka...

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Are you an adult who has never been Baptized? Are you baptized, but looking to receive First Communion or Confirmation? Are you just curious about the process of becoming Catholic? We are here to walk with you and help you discern where the Lord is calling you!   The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) process is intended as a journey where we walk with you as you discern with Christ whether you are being called to join or continue your faith walk in the Catholic Church.   We are here as a resource and to support you! If you have questions or would like more info abo...

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Contact Info

Saint Bridget Catholic Church
6006 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, Virginia 23226

Office: (804) 282-9511
Fax: (804) 285-7227

Priests' Residence:
Monsignor Carr (804) 282-9318
Fr. Tochi Iwuji (804) 551-0592
Fr. John Christian (804) 551-0473

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Mass Schedule

Reconciliation: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. (in the Murphy Conference Room)

Reconciliation: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. (in the Murphy Conference Room)

Mass live-streamed at 9 a.m.

Masses live-streamaed at 9:30 a.m.


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