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.

The Mass Schedule
All Masses Suspended
Sun 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Daily: Tues & Thurs 8 a.m.
Reconciliation: Sun 9:45-10:15 a.m.

Latest News

(updated 5-29-20)

Prayer Wall
Lord, our hearts are heavy as we process and grieve the events of the past week. We continue to pray and to work for justice, peace, and unity in our community.

Please use this prayer wall to post your prayer intentions. Pray for the intentions of others. Pray for George Floyd and his family. Pray for those affected by the looting and riots. Pray for racial justice. Pray for our leaders. Pray for our community as we reach out to those around us. Come Holy Spirit.


Update from Father Kennedy

COVID-19 Parish Survey & Results
Below is our parish survey to see what your spiritual needs are right now and what we can do to support you. Please take a few minutes to fill it out. Your feedback is very important to us.

Survey results will be compiled and posted daily:
Survey Results – May 28, 2020 (parishioner names and e-mail addresses redacted for privacy)

Create your own user feedback survey

Discernment Process Update
Thank you to all who participated in the discernment process through the large group that met on February 18, the smaller groups that met after Masses, and through comments and e-mails sent in. Your voices were heard. 

A small group of parishioners met to work on the documents that will be submitted to the Archbishop with our recommendations. The group created a letter to the Archbishop with four recommendations, a job description for a part-time pastor, a summary of comments about who we are as a parish, and a Parish Administrator job description.

The documents were sent to the Archbishop just after Easter. We are now waiting on word from the Archbishop and the Comprehensive Assignment Board. We will update parishioners as soon as we are able.

Notes from Discerning our Future with Fr. Kennedy – February 18
Parish Council Meeting Minutes – February 23
March 1 Bulletin Insert

Don’t forget to check the Weekly Bulletin for additional events and more details.

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