As a Eucharistic Community we, the people of St. Clement Parish, believe the Lord is present among us and calls us to grow in His life. We commit ourselves to share that life in our love and concern for others.
Peter asks Jesus a very important question about forgiving others. Jesus tells Peter that forgiving others needs to be abundant. This teaching of Jesus is particularly challenging when the forgiveness we want to offer is hidden behind hurt and disappointment. [Click to read more.]
In the Gospel this weekend Jesus reminds us that uncleanliness comes from within. How prudent it is for us to take time daily to examine our conscience and reflect on our activities to see if our words and actions witness to the power of God. [Click to read more.]
It is with great joy that we announce The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd method of faith formation for three to six year old children. The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd will begin in September. The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a Montessori based approach to the religious formation of children, rooted in Sacred […]
A powerful prayer to increase faith, hope and charity. Please, join us as we pray the daily Rosary in the church Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4:45 pm Tuesday and Thursday at 8:45 am (immediately following the Mass) Saturday at 7:30 am
Every Thursday 6:45 pm – Show Up 7:00 pm – Discuss 8:00 pm – Socialize Open to all young adults (ages 18-30ish). Meet by McBride Hall, bring a lawn chair. Unified in faith, we seek to live in the truth, searching out meaning, purpose, and identity through conversation and friendship. We meet not just for […]