On Wednesday, June 20th, Give and Grin youth and adults helped to end world hunger by volunteering at Feed My...
Hello & Welcome
The Catholic Church of Corpus Christi welcomes you and invites you to join us for Worship, Faith Formation and Community Outreach
Whatever your present status in the Catholic Church, whatever your current family or marital situation, whatever your past or present religious affiliation, whatever your personal history, background, race or color, sexual orientation, whatever your self-esteem…you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected by the Catholic Community of Corpus Christi.
Let us know your needs, your hopes, your gifts.
There is a place for you here.
The Catholic Church of Corpus Christi, a welcoming parish community, makes Christ present through sharing his message, celebrating the liturgy, and challenging members to practice justice, peace and charity.
Weekends: Sat 5 p.m., Sun 9:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Daily: Mon & Tue 8 a.m. in Church
Wed, Thurs & Fri 8 a.m. at Saint Rose of Lima
Reconciliation: Sat 4 p.m. and by appointment
A Transition Prayer
God of Love, We are so grateful to count this parish family among our many blessings.
Guide us throughout our time of transition.
When we are scared, embolden us.
When we are complacent, arouse us.
When we falter, help us find truth.
When we are frantic, show us your peace.
When we are tempted to walk away, remind us of what draws us together.
Guided by your Holy Spirit, we will be united in love and joyfully accomplish our mission, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Now that summer has arrived there are a couple things we want to remind you of
First, the Parish Office is not open on Fridays during the summer. Also, there will be no hospitality after Mass until next fall.
Check out Corpus’ Article in the Roseville Review!
The Roseville Review wrote an article about Father Fitz’s retirement, complete with various interviews and photos. Take a look: http://www.lillienews.com/articles/2018/06/19/roseville-priest-pastor-both-saint-rose-and-corpus-christi-set-retire
Don’t forget to check the Weekly Bulletin for this week’s announcements and more details.
Upcoming Special Events
Our Annual Outdoor Mass is this weekend at 9:30 Mass
Weather permitting, bring a lawn chair and celebrate with us. Also, please join us after the Mass to celebrate our annual blessing of the Giving Garden.
Don’t forget to check the Weekly Bulletin for additional events and more details.
On Wednesday, June 13th, Give and Grin youth and adult participants had their first day of giving and grinning! The...
Father Marc Paveglio will become Pastor of Corpus Christi and St. Rose of Lima as of July 2. Father...
The "Priest Shortage" comes to Roseville.
The blow I felt when Fr. Jim informed us that the Archdiocese was asking him to serve elsewhere was palpable. If we are a Justice minded people how do we respond?
During their regular Monday meeting on May 7th, the Boy Scouts and a few a few parishioners spread compost to begin the 2018 season of the Giving Garden
Members of the Corpus Christi community gathered on March 18 to interact with five water experts to discuss how Water Is Life
This year we welcomed Boy Scout Troop #254 to our parish!
The Easter Vigil starts at 8:00 p.m., but did you know there is a reception following in the Gathering Area?
Let's add a little fun to the introduction of our new Corpus Christi web site. How about a contest?
Last Saturday, a multigenerational group of 19 parishioners gathered in a Roseville warehouse ready to serve.
Last Sunday, during the Water Is Life presentation, the kids had their own water presentation.
“Our care for the Earth is the same as our care for one another.”
Pope Francis, Laudato Si
The new website is finally live. It has been the work of months by many parties but it was worth the wait!
Lent is off to a good start. The Lenten Liturgy is clearly familiar to us and the first CC/SR Community Fish Fry was well attended...
On June 18, 2015, the Vatican released Laudato Si (Be Praised): On Care for Our Common Home, a comprehensive and remarkably plain-spoken summary of the environmental and social ills facing humanity.
Fr Robert Fitzpatrick, aka “Fr Fitz,” came to Corpus Christi as pastor in July, 2012. Look for his welcoming smile when you come to be with us at Corpus Christi.
Fr James Devorak, aka “Fr Jim” first came to Corpus Christi to help out in 2015. People like to call him "Gentle Jim".