Class on Bishop Barron’s “THE MASS” – Seats still available!

We still have seats available for the class on Bishop Barron’s The Mass beginning April 2nd!

In this 7-week class, you will walk through the liturgy with Bishop Barron and you’ll be transformed through insights on this most privileged and intimate encounter with our Lord Jesus Christ.  Bishop Barron’s “The Mass” will help you understand how to fully, consciously, and actively participate in the source and summit of the Christian life.

Please register by emailing or calling (509) 940-1021.  The class costs $25 and materials will be available on the first day of class.  Scholarships are available.

Class meets in the Church – Children’s Chapel, Tuesdays, 9:00-11:00 a.m. April 2-May 21 (no class on April 16th due to Holy Week)

Can’t make it to Mass?

Now that we have been encouraged by our pastor to stay safe and pray at home rather than travel the very dangerous roads to Mass at Christ the King, here are a few good options to keep your Sunday holy:

We are commanded to keep the Lord’s Day holy.  However, remember it is NOT a sin to miss Mass if the roads are dangerous and you would be risking your life or the lives of others, especially since our pastor has encouraged us to stay home and pray instead of traveling to church.

Advent Reflections Through FORMED!

To assist you in preparing for the “reason for the season” FORMED is offering daily reflections for Advent.  These reflections will come directly to your email inbox and are a good way to help open our hearts to Jesus as we look forward to celebrating His Incarnation.   To register for the Daily Advent Reflections from FORMED, please click HERE.

FORMED is a gift to our parish and is free to use!  If you haven’t already signed up please click on the banner below:

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The Most Holy Name of Mary – September 12

Wisdom Wed

The feast to honor the Holy Name of Mary was deemed a universal feast of the Church by Pope Innocent XI on September 12, 1683.

“In dangers, in hardship, in every doubt, think of Mary, call out to Mary.  Keep her in your mouth; keep her in your heart.  Follow the example of her life and you will obtain the favor of her prayers.  Following her you will never go astray.  Asking for her help, you will never despair.  Keeping her in your thoughts, you will never wander away.  With your hand in hers, you will never stumble. With her protection you will not be afraid.  With her leading you, you will never tire.  Her kindness will see you through the end. then you will know by your own experience how true it is that the Virgin’s name is Mary.”

~ Saint Bernard of Clairvoux

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary


“We pronounce, declare and define it to be a divinely revealed dogma that the immaculate Mother of God, the ever Virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul to heavenly glory.”

~ Pope Pius XII, declaring the Assumption of Mary as a dogma of faith, November 1, 1950