FAQ Updates on Closure
We have received questions regarding tithing (weekly offering) during this time when Mass is suspended. Thank you to those of that have raised this important question because it shows us that you realize how much the daily operations parish rely on your offering. We have two options on how you can fulfill your offering.
* First, if you able or live in town, please drop off your envelope at the parish office during hours (Monday - Thursday 9:00AM to 2:30PM). You may also use the mailbox in front of the church but just make sure your donation is dropped in the top slot and NOT the one that says "Outgoing mail."
* The other option would be using online giving. You can do this by going to
our online giving link here.
For first time users you have to register first in order to use this option. Again thank you very much for thinking of the parish. We know for certain that after this virus is long gone, the parish will still be here and the last thing we want is having to deal with a financial situation that places a burden on our parish.
I would also would like to inform you that the church will remain open during office hours for those who would like to come in for private prayer in the presence of our Lord reposed in the tabernacle. We just ask that you observe all the recommended tips to protect yourselves and others from the virus.
Confessions are available by appointment only, please call the office 360-458-3031 x6.
Some of you have also asked if we will be live-streaming Mass. The answer is no but we will provide you the different links that will enable you follow the Mass online or on TV and make your Act of Spiritual Communion.
For those in RCIA and parents with kids and teens in First Communion class, Mrs. Hennigan and Mr. Lucero and will contact you directly with updates.
As we continue to pray for God's help during this time of great difficulty I invite you to join me in praying this Act of Spiritual Communion:
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.
Pax et bonum,
Complete Letter from Fr. Dean and latest updates are posted on our website:
Resources to stay connected at Home
Sacred Heart Radio:
Doctor Tom Curran on facebook:
Stations of the Cross:
Video Stations of the Cross by St. Alphonsus Liguori (the same booklet we use at St. Columban)
Bishop Mueggenborg’s Sunday Gospel Reflections:
- Sacred Heart Radio
(Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday – after the 1pm Rosary)
- Download Weekly Reflections at
FORMED Sunday reflections:
Live streamed Mass
The Archbishop's suspension of Masses lifts the obligation to attend Sunday/Holyday Mass as long as it is in effect.
- EWTN 9 AM PDT:
- St. Michael Olympia will live stream 9:30 PDT
on their facebook page
At Home with Faith Links.pdf
on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 5:10PM