Welcome to St. Rita Catholic Church
We desire St. Rita’s to be a beacon of Christ’s loving-kindness and mercy , welcoming all God’s children and guiding them to the joy of the Gospel.
Mass Schedule / Horario de Misas
Sunday Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Horario de Misa Dominical en Español
5:00 p.m. Septiembre a Mayo
(9:30 a.m. Junio, Julio y Agosto)
Weekday / Entre Semana:
English: Monday through Friday 8:30 a m.
Español: Miercoles 7:30 p.m.
Sacrament of Penance (confession) / Reconciliacion
English: Saturday 3:30 p.m. or by appointment
Español: Miercoles a Ias 6:30pm 0 por cita
Accompany us before Sunday Mass to pray the traditional Rosary for the protection of persecuted Christians throughout the world.
Join us in adoration to the Blessed Sacrament for the intentions of priests and vocations to the priesthood.
Monday: 9am until 4:30pm, followed by evening prayer and Benediction.
Miraculous Medal Novena
Make a Novena to Our Lady, Queen of the Miraculous Medal on Mondays after morning Mass.
Celebrate with Us
Are you planning a wedding,
a baptism or first communion
in the near future?
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Clergy & Staff
Learn about our clergy and staff members and read their bios. Read More »
Learn about who’s coming and worship concerts. Read More »
Learn about our ministries and our serving trips. Read More »
I Am New
Feel like the new kid on the block? We’ll help you get started. If you have never been to a Catholic church, welcome! If you are new to the area, welcome! If you’ve been away from the Catholic Church for awhile, welcome back! We’re glad you are here no matter who you are.
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RCIA—Becoming a Catholic
Are you thinking about becoming Catholic? Do you know someone who is? St. Rita’s is happy to welcome interested inquirers to assist you in your discernment.
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There’s an old saying that goes, “Once a Catholic, always a Catholic.” Maybe you have been away from the Church for a little while or for quite some time, but now you feel a tug at your heart calling you back to the Catholic Church. Listen to that tug. It’s your Heavenly Father reaching his arms out to you, the Holy Spirit whispering in your ear, hoping to draw you home.
Learn More at Catholics Come Home