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God’s love is tremendous and his Church is called to reflect that love in many ways.  We invite you to explore this site and discover more about how we are doing that.  There are many aspects of our parish that allow you, no matter where you are in your faith journey, to experience the presence of Christ.  On behalf of the staff and parishioners of St. Clare of Assisi, welcome!  We are glad you are here.


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Holy Land Pilgrimage

This coming summer June 12 - 20, 2018 Saint Clare of Assisi and Our Lady of Lourdes Parish will be going on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land with both Fr. Hans and Fr. David. If you are interested in registering or would like more information about the trip then please click the "Pilgrimage Information" link, or visit the office and pick up a pamphlate. 
 

 

Parish Calendar

 

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Blessed Virgin Mary appearing to three little shepherds in the small town of Fatima, Portugal. Our Lady entrusted to them a message for the world: pray for world peace and the conversion of sinners. Read More


Choir Rehearsal Music / Play or Download Podcast from the Index


Prayer Garden to Honor the Unborn

We encourage you to show your witness to the sanctity of life of all children who died in the womb by miscarriage or through an abortion. We have started our prayer garden and are expanding it as bricks are sponsored. Please see the details on the downloadable form. The inscriptions need to be brief and to make reference to the purpose of this memorial which is to honor deceased children. As Catholic Christians our hope is in the Lord who made heaven and earth all creatures and who takes the holy souls to heaven. The souls of the children live on. They do not become angels, but rather are joined to the communion of saints and now share in the eternal joys of all faithful departed souls. They do not need our prayers, but we pray for the parents, grandparents and others who carry the grief of having lost a dear little child before they ever had the chance to know the child. We pray also for those who sadly chose to end the life of an unborn child or to terminate their pregnancy. We hope our small prayer garden will bring solace to those who need our love and support. Prayer Bricks for the Unborn Request Form (PDF)

 

Our Parish Mission Statement

To live the Gospel of Jesus Christ without compromise

Masses

Monday-Friday  8am
Saturday  4pm
Sunday  7am, 9am, 11am, 5pm

Confession/Reconciliation

Monday  5pm-6pm
Saturday  2:30pm-4:00pm
By Appointment - call office (623) 546-3444

Adoration

Friday  1pm-5pm

 

Office Hours (winter)

Monday-Thursday  9am-5pm
Friday   9am-3pm
Closed for Lunch (daily)   Noon-1pm
Saturday-Sunday   Closed

Emergency Assistance

Hotline

St. Vincent de Paul Society
(623) 975-5617

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Ministry Scheduler

Ministry Calendar


‘Do whatever He tells you’

“Do whatever He tells you” (Jn 2:5). These words of the Mother of God at the Wedding Feast of Cana are like a bright beacon pointing the way to our happiness and the way to the Heart of Christ. [Read More]

‘Haced lo que Él os diga’

“Haced lo que él os diga” (Juan 2:5). Estas palabras de la Madre de Dios en la Fiesta de la Boda de Caná son como un faro luminoso que señala el camino de nuestra felicidad y el Corazón de Cristo. [Read More]

‘¡Somos todos Tuyos!’

La Misa solemne de consagración de la Diócesis de Phoenix al Inmaculado Corazón de María fue en inglés; sin embargo, durante su homilía el Obispo Olmsted habló primero en español, y comenzó agradeciendo a todos su asistencia a tan importante acto religioso, recordando que el 13 de octubre de 1917 la Virgen María se apareció por sexta vez a tres niños, a los que les dijo que rezar el Rosario, es un arma eficaz para lograr la paz del mundo y la conversión de los pecadores. [Read More]



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