M.A.S.T. is the backbone of Apostolic Life at St. Clare.
APOSTOLATES are those who are Living the Corporeal and Spiritual Works of Mercy

Funeral Receptions

The St. Clare Funeral Receptions Committee is comprised of a group committed to providing comfort to fellow Parishioners in times of loss by providing hospitality and reception for families after a funeral held at St. Clare. The Committee Chairman coordinates with the family to provide a meal after the funeral…

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Bible Study

Bible studies are held throughout the year for adults. Gospel Bible Study (Lectio Divina) Lectio Divina (Español) Men’s Bible Study Women’s Bible Study Pilgrim Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe

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St. Clare welcomes any person who has lost a loved one to our new Bereavement Group to find healing and compassion with others going through this suffering. We usually meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Our full schedule can be found HERE. Please contact bereavement@stclarecc.org if…

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St. Vincent de Paul

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to all those who are needy and suffering within our community. SVdP currently provides assistance to those in need through our parish food pantry. SVDP is in need of…

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Giving Tree

Our mission is to ensure less fortunate families and children are remembered during the Christmas season. We work with our St. Vincent de Paul Society and other aid organizations in our local community to identify Christmas needs of their groups that we, as a parish, can assist in fulfilling. The…

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