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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  • Music Notes Listen to our new Gloria!

    We have started a new Gloria at many of our Masses. If you would like some extra practice, here is a link to hear it in its entirety. It can be found in our Breaking Bread Hymnal #911
     
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  • Senior Lunch

     All registered parishioners 60 years+ are cordially invited to our senior luncheons, held on the first Wednesday of each month, at noon, in Borromeo Hall. Caregivers are welcome. (Doors open at 11:45 AM.)   All reservations must be received by noon on the Monday before the luncheon. To RSVP or to request transportation contact Kathy Fagliano at Kfagliano@stcharlesparish.org or 591-7349 ext. 402

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Funeral Services

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    Janice McMahon

     Funeral Mass, St. Charles Church: Friday, October 25, 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)

  •  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.

  •   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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  • Respect Life  October — Respect Life Month

    All life has inestimable value even the weakest and most vulnerable, the sick, the old, the unborn and the poor, are masterpieces of God’s creation, made in his own image, destined to live forever, and deserving of the utmost reverence and respect....Pope Francis

    Learn more at www.usccb.org/respectlife

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Mass Times

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    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


    St. Matthias Church1685 Cordilleras Road, Redwood City 

    Saturday Evening Vigil, 5:00 PM

    Sunday, 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM

    Weekdays, Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 PM

St. Charles Church Bulletin Archive

  • 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!

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