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Posted on March 28, 2017 in: General News

All Aboard for the Richmond City History Tour! -  Wednesday, April 19th;  9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Jump on the trolley and sit back and enjoy an informative tour of Richmond and its “Untold Story.”  We’ll enjoy our time together as we welcome spring!  Our trolley will deliver us to The Hill Café on Church Hill for a delicious lunch!  Sign up in now for the trip in the Parish Office.  The cost is $47 per person.  The trolley holds 34 riders so sign up soon! (Departs from Saint Bridget at 9:00 am).  

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Saints Sinners
Please join us for an 8 week study: Mary:  A Biblical Walk With the Blessed Mother.  The start date is March 30 and time is from 9:00am to 10:30am in the Church Hall.  There is still room, if you’re interested.  There will be a 30 minute DVD, then discussion for those who wish to stay and go deeper.  Please contact Kath  Thompson  kath4400@gmail.com to sign up and order study guide $24.95 (recommended for discussion participants)  

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Blessed Mother
We are preparing for our yearly Saint Bridget Pastoral Council transition and are looking for parish members who are interested in continuing their involvement with the parish community by serving on our Saint Bridget Pastoral Council starting with the June 2017 term. Members of Pastoral Council are selected by a Nomination and Selection Committee, and may self-nominate or be nominated by another member of the parish.   Our Pastoral Council serves in a supportive role to our Pastor, Monsignor Carr.  We strive to promote the spiritual and temporal well-being of our parish members, to promote communication and c...

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Council
Please join us for an 8-part Bible Ascension Press study on Ephesians that will enrich your faith and show you how to live it out.  Our group will meet each Monday from 9-11 AM in the Church Basement from April 10 - June 5, excluding April 17 and May 29. Please contact Elizabeth Boyle at ecmmail@yahoo.com for more details.

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Bible, Study, Ephesians
This event will be at Saint Bridget from 7-8:30pm in Church Hall.  Please come and welcome Dr. Imad Damaj, VCU Professor and visionary leader who understands that increasing religious diversity presents challenges and opportunities. Dr. Damaj is President and Founder of the Virginia Muslim Coalition for Public Affairs. Dr. Damaj will describe his faith. He and a panel of guests will lead our discussion as we seek to learn from one another and live well with one another. Dr. Damaj is from Beirut and has lived in Richmond for 20 years. He is a professor in the Department of pharmacology and toxicology at VCU. H...

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Community, Islam, Interfaith, Muslim, Dialogue

Vacation Bible School 2017

Posted on March 07, 2017 in: General News

Register now for the week of June 19th-23rd for Maker Fun Factory - a Totally Catholic Vacation Bible School experience at Saint Bridget! All children, ages 4 through rising 5th graders are invited to join us for a fun-filled week at Vacation Bible School.  Registration forms are available here.  Volunteers Needed! Click Here to help craft/decorate the Meeting Space before VBS begins.  We are currently seeking volunteers to help run Arts & Crafts, Music, Recreation, Stage Decorating and lead classes for students Pre-K through 5th Grade.  We rely on our many amazing volunteers...

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Vacation, Bible School
Thanks to all who made Monsignor's Birthday such a wonderful celebration! Here are the videos that were shown during the celebration School to Monsignor Youth to Monsignor Staff to Monsignor Here are a set of Photos from the day: Monsignor's Birthday Photo Album Happy Brithday Monsignor and many more!

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Birthday
Please support Catholic Theater in Richmond, VA! Playwright Mary Kay Williams is a parishioner at Saint Bridget. 

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Please join the Lenten Discernment Retreat with the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia on March 17-19, 2017.  Wisdom Path - Discernment Path.  Who are we and who are we becoming on this path of wisdom? Discernment is a wisdom practice.  We open our hearts to God's call and seek guidance. God invites us to listen deeply.   This is a weekend for women discerning a Benedictine vocation.   The retreat begins on Friday, March 17 at 5pm and ends at 12:30pm on Sunday, March 19. Participants will stay in the monastery guesthouse.  There is no cost for the weekend.  You might want to b...

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Wisdom, discernment, Benedict
What is the most important word in a marriage? What is really going on in your wife's head? What do you wish your husband knew about you? Discover key ingredients to a healthy and happy marriage at the Passion & Purpose for Marriage event. Take your relationship to a whole new level. Saint Bridget is cohosting this event at Saint Mary's Church on March 24, 2017 from 7pm - 10:45pm. Tickets are $25 per person: order online at http://cart.dynamiccatholic.com/Passion-and-Purpose-for-Marriage-Richmond-VA-p/ppm032417pm.htm or call 859-980-7900 Each ticket purchaser receives a bag of event materials at t...

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Saint Bridget is working with Parish Success Group and Gallup Polling to assess the needs and opinions of our Parish Community. We are reaching out to anyone who is connected to the parish, from the Daily Mass attendees to those who come once a year or identify as Catholic but have not been back in some time. We want to hear from everyone! The Survey will be available until March 17th. This survey is available online and in paper form at the Parish Office during business hours (M-F 9-4) and will be available at Mass.  Thank you for your response! God Bless.  SURVEY ACCESS CODE  D95C3D0 ...

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The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) will be selling raffle tickets after Masses at St. Bridget’s on February 4 and 5, 2017. The cost is $10 per ticket with a cash prize of $4,000 that can be used for a “Trip for 2 to Ireland”. Drawing for the prize is March 26, 2017 at the Irish Festival on Church Hill. You can also contact our Raffle Chair Jim Woods at jwoods0701@gmail.com or 804-339-3628 if you’d like to buy tickets. Last year’s winner, Ed Rossmoore, is a Parishioner at St. Michael’s. In addition to our other charitable contributions, over the past 14 years we’ve donated over ...

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Raffle
Catholic High School Scholarship Award Opportunity Your Knights of Columbus Council 5476 at St. Bridget Catholic Church is proud to offer this valuable scholarship to worthy parish students. If you are an Eighth Grade or Home Schooled  Parishioner of Saint Bridget Church and are planning to attend either Saint Gertrude or Benedictine College Preparatory Catholic High School this year, you are eligible to apply for the Knights of Columbus Catholic High School $1,000 Merit-Based Scholarship. Scholarship Applications are available in the Commons Area or can be emailed upon request. The deadline to apply for this schol...

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General
Click Here for a Full Lenten Guide, Information and FAQs to make the most of your Lenten Journey!   Daily Mass  Monday-Saturday, 8am Holy Hour & Benediction Follows 8am Daily Mass on Saturdays Ash Wednesday: March 1  Ashes will be distributed at Masses at 7am, 9am, 5:30pm, 7:30pm. Ashes will also be distributed at a prayer service at Noon. Benediction and Stations of the Cross Fridays during Lent at 6:30pm (except Good Friday) Confessions Saturdays, 4-5pm Penance Services: To Be Ann...

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Lent, Fasting, Abstinence

Attention: First Eucharist Families

Posted on February 09, 2017 in: General News

First Eucharist Families:  Please remember if your child has not yet celebrated his/her First Reconciliation we ask that you do so no later than May 1, 2017.  This is required before you child can receive First Holy Communion.  This can be done on Saturdays at 4:00PM without an appointment, by appointment by calling the parish main line, or at another parish.  You MUST let us know the date this celebration took place in order to meet all the preparation requirements for First Holy Communion.    

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Eucharist
Ray Honeycutt, Interim Superintendent for the Office of Catholic Schools, has been  promoted to the position of Superintendent of the Office of Catholic Schools effective February 6, 2017.  Ray joined the Diocese as the Principal of St. Bridget Catholic School in 2009.  He accepted the position of Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction in 2015 and transitioned to Interim Superintendent in July 2016.  Ray has over 44 years of educational experience, both in the private and public school environment. He has a B.A. in English Education from Virginia Tech and a Masters of Education in Schoo...

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Honeycutt

Statement from Bishop DiLorenzo

Posted on February 07, 2017 in: General News

Richmond, Va. – Today, Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo released the following statement: “Today, I stand in union with my brother bishops who have spoken out about the recent executive order on the new refugee admissions policy. Recently, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) issued statements on the matter. I encourage our faithful in the Diocese of Richmond to read the announcements and act to make your voice known to your elected representative through the following action alert. Let us pray for our country, for peace in our world, and for the dignity of all.” Joint Statement from ...

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Bishop
Please join us on Friday, February 24, 2017, 7 pm at St. Mary Catholic Church for: Rev. Ronald Nuzzi, Ph.D., The University of Notre Dame.  Senior Director of ACE RISE (Alliance for Catholic Education; Renewing Identity, Strengthening Education)   “The Future of Humanity Runs through the Family:  Parenting Worth Heralding” In the midst of the busy pace of our daily lives, it’s easy for our awareness of God’s presence to get lost in the shuffle.  As juggling parents, how do we strengthen our own relationship with God and our own faithful convictions? How do we shepherd ou...

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Humanity
Announcing a Spring 2017 Support Group for Widowed Persons - A new 9-week support group for widowed men and women will be held on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9 pm in a Bon Air location, beginning in March (exact date to be announced later).  Topics and discussions include normal grieving behaviors and feelings, loss of identity and changed roles, setting goals for a meaningful life, and addressing social needs and relationships.  Those who are interested in joining- or who wish to have more details- should contact one of the co-facilitators, Elaine Nowinski or Belinda Early, by February 24.  There is a reg...

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Widowed, Persons
Novam Vocem Chamber Choir to perform, Friday, February 24, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. - William Buckley, Assistant Music Minister at Saint Bridget, formed Novam Vocem in 2016 in order to let a  “new voice” proclaim beauty ever ancient and ever new.  This auditioned ensemble of eleven singers is made up of both professional and amateur musicians who live in and around Richmond, including several singers from the Saint Bridget community.  In its inaugural concert, Novam Vocem will present a varied program of sacred choral music, spanning nearly six centuries.  Thank you for supporting Novam Vocem in t...

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

Office: (804) 282-9511
Fax: (804) 285-7227
Priests' Residence: (804) 282-9318
parishmail@saintbridgetchurch.org

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Mass Schedule

Saturday:
Reconciliation at 4:00pm and by appointment
Vigil Mass: 5:30pm

Sunday:
7:30am, 9:00am,11:00am, 5:00pm

Daily:
8:00am, except holidays as scheduled

 

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