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Catholics traditionally use November as a month to remember those faithful who have passed to eternal life.
All Souls Evening Prayer
Novmeber 2nd, 7:30pm
Our community of St. Bridget Catholic Church would like to celebrate the lives of those who have passed and we invite you, your family and friends to take part in an “All Souls Evening Prayer” liturgy as we remember all parishioners who have died, especially those who died in the last year.
The choirs of St. Bridget will lead the music of this beautiful liturgy in the Church, accompanied by organ & strings.
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Pre-K to 5th Grade Registration Forms: Religious Education
Middle School, High Schoool and Confirmation Registration: Youth Ministry Home
September 19-27th Richmond will host the UCI Road World Championships
Saint Bridget: Three Chopt Road interruption - Sunday, September 27th
Three Chopt Road will be closed in our area on Sunday, September 27th from 8:45 am until 9:15 am for the UCI World Championship Bike Race. The race will start at the University of Richmond and go south on Three Chopt Road. Masses will be celebrated as usual but during that time you will not be able to use Three Chopt Road.
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart: Cathedral Welcomes the World
The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is helping to organically grow the fan...
Father Stefan has been appointed pastor of Saint Therese in Farmville effective August 1.
We are all very grateful to Father Stefan for his wonderful priestly ministry among us and wish him well in his new assignment.
Farewell receptions for Father Stefan will be held after all Masses August 8th and 9th.
A potluck breakfast reception will be held after 8am Morning Mass on Tuesday, July 28.
Please plan to stay a bit after Mass to thank Father Stefan and wish him well.
Fr. Stefan will be replaced by Fr. George Prado. More information on Fr. George will be available here on SaintBridgetChurch.o...
Do you hear God calling you to serve our parish as a Eucharistic Minister, Lector or Usher? Take some time during the quieter summertime to listen for God's voice.
Our next training session for new liturgical ministers will take place in the Church Hall (downstairs) on Saturday morning, July 18. Registration begins at 8:30 am following the 8:00 am Mass.
Parents, this is a great opportunity to be a role model for your children while you are worshiping together as a family. To help with your discernment or for information on these ministries, see our Liturgical Ministry &nbs...