Entries for November 2018
Here at Saint Bridget, there are a couple different ways you can make your weekly donation. We invite you to explore the options listed below and choose the best fit for you.
Check or Cash
Putting checks or cash in the collection basket every Sunday? All you have to do is update your preferred pledge amount of what you plan to donate each week and proceed to hand it in in person as normal.
Click here to update your pledge amount for check or cash donations.
Don't want to deal with loose cash and paper envelopes?
Clicking here to set up your online ConnectNow account or u...
December 2nd: Adoration
At 6 p.m. (after the 5pm Mass) a spaghetti dinner will be offered in the school cafeteria.
At 6:40 p.m. a candle lit procession will enter the church followed by a brief talk on the incarnation and Adoration by Youth Minister, Dan Harms. Deacon Charlie Giovannetti will expose the Blessed Sacrament and music will be provided by the Contemporary Choir.
Adoration will continue for about an hour and all ages are encouraged to attend!
December 7th & 8th: Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Join us in celebrating the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception of Mar...
December 6th, 7 p.m. at Saint Bridget, Richmond
December 11th, 10 a.m. at Saint Mary, Richmond
Each session will be approximately two hours including time for questions from the audience and answers from our panelists.
Based on Bishop Knestout’s pastoral letter regarding abuse in the Church, “From Tragedy to Hope" this panel conversation gathers voices and expert insight from lay, clerical, and professional perspectives.
Please join us at either presentation for this important conversation to deepen our understanding of the Bishop’s statement, the abuse scandal, and what it means for o...
Saint Bridget is excited to announce that we are in discussions with other area parishes to bring the Saint Vincent de Paul society to our community. This will increase our engagement with those seeking aid. Interested in getting involved? Contact Paul Amrhein in our human concerns office.