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Stewardship Sharing Nominations

by Michael Mitchell

  Christ the King Parish has a long history of generosity, which has served many in need. It is at the core of what we do in sharing our time, talent, and treasure in our parish, our local community, and in our world. We are called to “pay it forward,” by living the Gospel. One way […]

Annual Mother’s Day Baby Shower

by Michael Mitchell

SOCIAL ACTION COMMITTEE Saturday/Sunday, May 13/14. Items needed include: All size diapers, pull-ups, wipes, bottles, sippy cups, shampoo and lotions, baby clothing (0-24 months) All items will be donated to 5 local agencies:  Domestic Violence Resource Center, South County Community Action, Jonnycake Center, Thundermist, and Welcome House.

Calling All Veterans

by Michael Mitchell

This year, Memorial Day is celebrated the weekend of May 27/28. Our parish veterans are invited to participate at the 11:00 a.m. liturgy. If you are an active member or a veteran of our military services, and would like to participate, please contact jmarran@ctkri.org. Please note if you have served as a lector or Eucharistic Minister. […]

Consider This

by Fr. Jared

It was one of the most radical teachings of Jesus: salvation is for all God’s people – even the Gentiles! Most of the people whose paths Jesus crossed were appalled at the notion that the Gentiles were their equals. This was a new teaching that challenged the faith and mindset of the people to whom […]

Stephen Ministry Message

by Michael Mitchell

Mother’s Day can be a difficult time. The ads are everywhere. But what is it like when you have lost your Mother, have a difficult situation where you and your Mother (or your children and you) have a strained relationship?  Some wish to become Mothers but are unable to, and some have lost a child. If Mother’s Day brings […]

Confirmation for Adults

by Michael Mitchell

Any adult who has received the sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist but has not received Confirmation is invited to “receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” during Mass on Pentecost Sunday. Several adults have already expressed their intention to be confirmed at this Mass. While the RCIA program remains in place for those who are […]

Registration for Classes 17-18

by Michael Mitchell

Registrations for fall classes will be taken at 789-0417 or on the parish website under Religious Formation until June 12.  Any new families who have registered in the parish need to register their children for classes. First Communion registration is required for Catholic School students entering Grade 2. Confirmation registration is required for Catholic school […]

Who will teach them?

by Michael Mitchell

The most important and rewarding ministry is that of a teacher. This was Jesus’s great commission to his disciples — his last command before he ascended to heaven: “Go and make disciples of every nation. Baptize them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit. Teach them to […]

 Introducing the Ministry Profile

by Michael Mitchell

In conjunction with our “new look” bulletin, we plan to use this space each month to focus on one of our 44 current ministry programs, yet another example of why we belong to such a dynamic, faith-filled parish family. The Emergence of Youth Ministry You have seen them as altar servers, lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, collectors, […]

Open Parish Council Meeting

by Michael Mitchell

  Although Parish Council Meetings are always open to parishioners, our Annual Open Parish Council Meeting is Sunday, May 7 in the hall from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Parishioners are encouraged to attend. Come meet the Parish Council members, bring suggestions and ideas, ask questions, offer support or see the “wheels in motion.” If you prefer, […]