St. Charles Parish

Faith, Community, Service

  • Welcome to St. Charles Church!

    People of Faith, Community, & Service, centered in Jesus, we celebrate and worship through Roman Catholic traditions. As a community we welcome all cultures of God's people. We serve God's people through outreach and social justice.

News from St. Charles Church

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  • Scripture for Today's                              Liturgy of the Word

    To read or hear the Bible readings for today's liturgy, click Today's Readings

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  • Divine Mercy Symbol We invite the St. Charles Parish Community to join us in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet Fridays from 2:45-3:00 PM

    Inside St. Charles Church, enter from the parking lot. New to Divine Mercy? Easy to follow instructions will be provided.

    Divine Mercy is Jesus’ direct call to us through St. Faustina (1935) and confirmed by St. (Pope) John Paul II (2000) "Hour of Great Mercy"— three o'clock each afternoon. In His revelations to St. Faustina, Our Lord asked for a special remembrance of His Passion at that hour.

     www.thedivinemercy.org

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  • senior lunch  All registered parishioners 60 years + are cordially invited to senior luncheons, held on the first Wednesday of each month, at noon, in Borromeo Hall. All reservations must be received by noon on the prior Monday. (We cannot accept late reservations as we need to shop.) NOTE: There are parishioners who would like to attend the luncheon, but are in need of transportation. If you would like to offer a ride, or if you need a ride, please contact Kathy Fagliano at Kfagliano@stcharlesparish.org or 591-7349 ext. 402 

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Funeral Services


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    Monique Donecho 

    Funeral Mass: Friday, May 24, 11:00 AM

    Blessed are those who die in the Lord; let them rest from their labors for their good deeds go with them. 

    (Revelation 14:13)

  • Morning Prayer Service   Increase your prayer life!  Parish Center Chapel at 6:30 AM.  We begin each day with the Psalms and the daily Scripture readings, a reflection, and prayers of the faithful. Each morning we lift our voices in prayer to start the day—please join us; you'll be glad you did!

  •   In prayer we connect with God through the Spirit. There are several locations at St. Charles that provide a prayerful environment, formalized prayer, or contemplative silence:

    Parish Chapel, Blessed Mary's Grotto, Blessed Sacrament Chapel, Church

    Connect to Sacred Spaces for a view to your prayer life.

    Sacred Spaces at St. Charles

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  •  Martha & Mary Ministries  Martha Mary

    Martha and Mary Ministries offer hospitality, service, prayer, presence, understanding, and attentiveness to the needs of others in our parish community.

    Opportunities to volunteer include

    • Eucharistic Ministry to the sick/homebound
    • Meals for the sick/homebound
    • Driving parishioners to Mass, errands, or appointments
    • Prayer Shawl Ministry
    • Senior Lunch
    • Caring Hands Reception Ministry, before and/or after a Funeral or Memorial Mass

    Activities are both service and prayer-oriented and can be shared among several people. If you are interested in learning more, click Ministry to the Sick, Elderly, and HomeboundTo volunteer for any of these ministries, contact Kathy Fagliano at kfagliano@stcharlesparish.org

    If you are interested in assisting with Consolation Ministries, or to plan/prepare a Funeral or Memorial MassClick Here to contact Kathy Fagliano.

  • Memorial Day   Memorial Day, May 27, is a day set aside to honor those who have given their lives in service to our nation and to pray for all our beloved dead. All are welcome to attend Mass at our local Catholic Cemeteries. 

    • 9:30, Our Lady of the Pillar Cemetery, 980 Miramontes Street, Half Moon Bay
    • 11:00, Holy Cross Cemetery, 1500 Mission Road, Colma
    • 11:00, Holy Cross Cemetery, Santa Cruz Avenue at Avy, Menlo Park
    • 11:00, Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 270 Los Ranchitos, Road, San Rafael
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  • Arch Appeal Jesus 2019 Archdiocesan Appeal

     The Archdiocesan Annual Appeal supports essential services for people in Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties, in areas of parish ministry, Catholic education, social services, social justice, clergy retirement, seminarian formation/education, and local & global communications.

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Mass Times

  • chalice   Mass Times

    Saturday Evening Vigil

    5:00 PM

    Sunday

    8:30 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM

    Weekdays

    Monday-Friday 8:30 AM

    Fridays 6:30 AM

    Saturday

    8:30 AM

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