Why is this a “Mission” and not a parish?
When there is a need for a new Catholic parish or Community, the bishop (or archbishop) assigns a new parish mission to be planted from an existing parish. In this case, St. Catherine of Siena is sponsoring the new parish mission. Once the mission has established a community and church facilities and is stable, the mission (at the discretion and direction of the bishop) is usually then changed to parish status. By virtue of the community being a mission, the priest in charge is called the administrator, and upon being named a parish, the administrator is then a pastor.
When and where are Masses?
Please see the home page of the site for the most up to date information on Mass times.
How can I keep in touch with you?
The best ways to stay in the know at St. Clare of Assisi is through our Parish App, which includes the weekly bulletin in digital form, and Facebook. If you still cannot find what you are looking for, please email Carolina Figueroa, the office manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I volunteer?
Certainly. Currently we are looking for people to help with liturgy set-up and take-down as well as servers, lectors, extraordinary ministers. Click Here to go to our Ministries Pages, or contact our volunteer coordinator, Susan Williams, at email@example.com.
Will there be Parish School of Religion this year?
Registration for the 2018-19 PSR year is open through 8/31/18
Saturday classes will begin Oct. 6 (Meet & Greet 9/29), Sunday classes will begin Oct. 7 (Meet & Greet 9/30), Wednesday classes will begin Oct. 10 (Meet & Greet 10/3) in our new building on Cedarcrest Rd. The 2018-19 PSR Calendar is now posted.
Can I contribute to the Mission?
You may send checks to St. Clare of Assisi with “Acworth Mission” in the memo section and these will be credited to our account. Any donations made this way will be reflected on your tax letter from St. Clare of Assisi. On-line giving will is available at this time. Click Here to go to On Line Giving.