Welcome to the parish website for St. Eugene’s Church. “The Church of Saint Eugene is a community of believers seeking to grow in the faith of Jesus Christ through His Eucharist and by the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. The Church of Saint Eugene welcomes all God’s people through liturgy, sacraments, outreach to our neighbors in need, and by following the example of Jesus Christ. Through works and actions we strive to meet the spiritual, physical and temporal needs of all generations, especially our young. By encouraging one another, we grow in faith and we demonstrate our life in the Holy Trinity by sharing the Good News of Jesus and by being an active voice in our society. With God’s help, we remain a community united in Faith, Hope and Charity.” Please visit these pages to learn more about our vibrant faith community!
News & Events (click any item to enlarge)
CONGRATULATIONS to Dean Ratto who was baptized here at St. Eugene’s last week and to his parents and godparents! We welcome Dean into our faith community.
St Eugene Church conducted it's first Vacation Bible Camp during the week of August 14th. The event was organized by Deacon Brian Moris with the help of many volunteers. Click here for a Youtube video
- "The starting point of salvation is not the confession of the sovereignty of Christ, but rather the imitation of Jesus’ works of mercy through which he brought about his kingdom. The one who accomplishes these works shows that he has welcomed Christ’s sovereignty, because he has opened his heart to God’s charity", (Pope Francis Homily on feast of Christ the King 2014).
Religious education classes for all grades will be starting next weekend Our young people are enrolled with many devoted catechists volunteering their time and talent to help form future generations of believers. I want to express my profound appreciation to these parishioners for giving up their time and devoting their energy teaching the young. Our Lord warned adults not to prevent the children from coming to Him, for such as these does the Kingdom of God belong. Parents are, above all, the first and most important teachers of religion and we who teach and preach can only build on the foundation provided by parents. In addition to bringing their children to religion classes, parents are encouraged to attend Sunday Mass with their children; for the faith to be experienced it must be enlivened spiritually with the grace of the Sacraments, especially the sharing of God’s Word and His Body and Blood, gifts given to us at each and every Mass. It is the house, that is, the life, built on the solid rock of faith rather than the shifting sands of ease and comfort that sustains in time of trial and difficulty; that trials and difficulties come is without question—that we can be sustained in the face of these depends on how well we have built, have practiced, have nurtured our faith, particularly with the living Body and Blood of Christ, the Eucharist, each and every Sunday. Faith is living and dynamic: if not fed, it grows weak; if not practiced, it grows rusty; if not shared, it grows cold; if not lived, it dies. Schedules for all the classes are located at the front entrance of the Church Grade K – 5: meets on Sunday mornings from 8:45 – 9:50AM The Religious Education Mass for Grades K–5 is on Sept. 11th, at 8:00AM. Soon after the Mass the parents will remain in the church for a meeting. For First Communion students, weekly Mass is mandatory and there will be sign-in sheets for students at the entrance of the Church. Grades 6 - 8: meets Monday Evenings from 6:30 – 7:30PM. Your class begins on September 12th, 2016 in the basement of the Church. Grades 9 – 10: meets Sunday following the 10:15 AM Mass The Confirmation students Mass will be held on September 11th, at 10:15AM. For confirmation students, weekly Mass is mandatory. The time of the classes will be 11:15AM – 12:30 PM. There will be sign-in sheets for students at the entrance of the Church. Parents are encouraged to attend Mass weekly. Please call Cheryl Previte for grades K – 5, and Michael Gardiner for grades 6 – 10 or if you need more information call the rectory.
JOIN OUR PARISH
Welcome to St. Eugene Parish, a Roman Catholic community committed to the Gospels. Please call the parish rectory at (401) 568-5102 to register with the parish or to receive budgets. If you are moving out of the parish, please call us so we may update our records. If you have a question for the pastor, please call Father Varghese at the rectory or see him after any Mass. Register by downloading a parish registration form. Completed registration forms (click here) can be returned by mail, brought to the parish office, or dropped in the collection basket at any weekend mass.
St. Eugene Church is now using a new service called Parish Giving that will allow parishioners to have their weekly contributions deducted from their checking account or credit card. The link is: www.sainteugeneschurch.com/parish-giving/
- - Wed. Dec. 7 8:00 PM AA Meeting (Hall)
- - Tues. Dec. 13 7:30 PM K of C (Hall)
- - Wed. Dec. 14 8:00 PM AA Meeting (Hall)
- - Thurs. Dec. 15 Prayer Service
- - Italian Night: Saturday, April 1, 2017
Immaculate Conception Mass
- "Saint John's Seminary is having their annual Lessons and Carols featuring the Saint John's Seminary, Sunday December 4th at 3pm. There will be light refreshments after the concert and Deacon Brian will be offering a tour of the Seminary. A group will leave from the St. Eugene's Parking Lot at 1:30pm."
- "The Youth Group will be hosting a Christmas Movie Night in the Parish Hall on Sunday, December 11th at 6pm. They will be showing Miracle on 34th Street. All funds raised will go towards Youth Group activities
- Sunday - Grades K - 5 (8:45 - 9:50am)
- Sunday - Grades 9 - 10 (11:15am - 12:15pm)
- Monday - Grades 6 - 8 (6:30 - 7:30pm)
- REMINDER: lst Communion and Confirmation I & II students must sign in at Mass
- Thursday, December 8th is the Feast of the
Immaculate Conception, a Holy Day of
Obligation. Mass will be at 7:30 AM and 7:00
Saint John's Seminary
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES
This Thursday, December 8th, is the feast of the Immaculate Conception. It is a holy day of obligation for Catholics...."(Read more)