Saint Bernadette Catholic Church

We exist as a Eucharistic community to celebrate, proclaim and live the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Word and Sacrament for the Glory of God.

St. Bernadette Roman Catholic Parish is an active, diverse and committed parish with religious and educational programs for all ages. We exist as a Eucharistic community to celebrate, proclaim and live the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Word and Sacrament for the Glory of God.

Our K-8 private religious school, Saint John XXIII Catholic School Community, is located on the St. Bernadette parish grounds. In this Christ-centered atmosphere, the unique qualities of each student are recognized.

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Schedule of Services

8:30 AM Mass
10:00 AM School Mass
12:00 (Noon) Liturgy of the Word
5:00 PM Mass
7:00 PM Mass

Each celebration will include the distribution of ashes.

Lenten Schedule


Lenten Schedule

Lenten Reconciliations
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
February 25th —March 25th

Lenten Stations
Each Friday at 7:00 PM
in the Hall

Lenten Family Evenings
Every Thursday
February 19th – March 26th
Soup Dinners from 5:30 to 6:45 PM
Formation Classes from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Children’s Family Movie from 7:00 – 8:30 PM

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday

Saturday, March 28th  5:00 PM
Sunday, March 29th  8:00 AM
Sunday, March 29th  10:00 AM with Procession
Sunday, March 29th  5:00 PM

Holy Week

Holy Week

Holy Thursday, April 2nd at 7:00 PM
Adoration in Ramada until Midnight

Good Friday, April 3rd at 3:00 PM
with Veneration of the Cross
Stations only at 7:00 PM

Blessing of Easter Food and Baskets, Saturday, April 4th at 11:30 AM in the Ramada

Holy Saturday Vigil, April 4th at 8:00 PM
Hospitality to follow.
Please note this is an extended service with baptisms.

Easter Sunday

Easter Cross

Easter Sunday, April 5th as follows:

6:30 AM Sunrise Service in Parish Center
8:00 AM in Parish Center
8:15 AM in Mailliard Hall (gym)
10:00 AM in Parish Center
10:15 AM in Mailliard Hall (gym) Children’s Mass
12:00 (noon) in Parish Center

Capital Campaign Message

Legacy is a word that means different things to different people. To one it may be a sports reference and to another the memory of a loved one so strong that it will live forever. To members of the Capital Campaign legacy means something different. Some have said it’s being a part of something bigger than what one person can do alone. Another, that the legacy is building a church that will stand longer than any one of us, yet will represent each one of us so personally.

The Capital Campaign has given us the opportunity to work together and create our own legacy.

The legacy for St. Bernadette’s is still being written and we pray each of you will be a part of it.

The time is now for our new church. Please continue to pray for the success of our Capital Campaign and call the parish office for further information.