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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.


We Want to Connect With You

Most people these days use texting or email as their primary ways to communicate. We want to foster good communication in both directions and among members of various parish groups. Flocknote make that easy. With Flocknote, you choose the types of messages you want and the parish groups and activities that interest you. You subscribe or unsubscribe to groups as your interests change. You change your mobile number or email address as often as you want without losing your connection to the groups you love and the alerts you want. Read more and join now


Pastoral Team Column


Parish Events Calendar click here or events below to read more)

On Demand Catholic Videos, e-Books, Resources for Small Groups, Support for Marriage, English Materials, Spanish Materials, Children's Animated Videos, and much more.....

FORMED is available to our parishioners NOW. You pay nothing to subscribe. Simply sign up to subscribe. The parish has paid a one year subscription for the entire parish to use. This will open you to many resources to nurture your Catholic faith on your time, in your way, according to your schedule, any time, day or night, and all year long.
Click Here to register and start using the many FORMED Catholic resources today! 
(If you already have a personal paid subscription, go to our page first, switch your subscription to the parish account and then cancel your monthly private subscription so they don't get billed again. If you get prompted for our parish Formed code it is: 2BJHJ8  If you are making the switch from your personal account to our parish, you might need to type in the code.)
Our custom URL is    http://saintcofa.formed.org/

UPDATED:
05/21/18 12:04:17 PM

195

FORMED users

Total Parishioner Subscribers to saintcofa.FORMED.org

If you want an introduction to FORMED, watch the promotional video below. Then see the Pick of the Week below that.



 

 

Learn to pray the Holy Rosary

 

 

Our Parish Mission Statement

To live the Gospel of Jesus Christ without compromise

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

*Sign Language Mass: Normally at 4pm on Saturday 
 

Confession/Reconciliation

Monday  5:00pm - 6:00pm
   *not including office holidays
Saturday  2:30pm-4:00pm
By Appointment - call office

Adoration

Friday  1pm-5pm

 

Office Hours  (winter)

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

Emergency Assistance

Hotline

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

Register in Parish

Liturgy Assignments Calendar

Liturgical Minister Login

Our Location

 

 

UPDATED:
05/17/18 17:01:17 PM

$2,106,547

Loan Balance

Balance on Building Loan Repayment

 

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