St. Charles Borromeo is a Catholic faith community called by baptism to witness and live the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. Gathered at Table, nourished by Eucharist, and guided by scripture, we share our gifts as we minister through worship, faith formation, education, and service.

Mass Times
Daily (Mon-Fri) 9 AM
Saturday (Vigil) 4 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM & 11 AM

Eucharistic Adoration
Wednesday 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
First Friday of Every Month 9:30 AM - 12 PM




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Monday-Thursday 8 AM - 4 PM
Friday 8 AM - 12 PM


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If Only Christians Acted Like Christ

“If only you, Christians, acted more like your Christ the whole world would want to join you.”  It is reported that Mohandas Gandhi used these or similar words when conversing about Jesus with a western missionary serving in India.  The beloved mahatma’s critique that our actions are far from The One we claim to follow […]

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Conscientious Consciousness

Leonard Sax, MD, PhD, in his book, The Collapse of Parenting, suggests that the top indicator for happiness among humans is the personality trait of conscientiousness.  More than wealth or health, fame or fortune, power or prestige, brilliance or beauty, happiness—the one thing we desire most—is found in people who are conscientious, a characteristic that […]

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Left Handed Christianity

If you were once a little left-handed pupil writing schoolwork at your desk, an insistent nun carrying a large ruler may have smacked your hand.  That’s because left-handedness is sinister; the Latin “sinestra” means left or left-handed.  It evolved to mean “evil” or “unlucky.”  Being a southpaw was considered by some, even in the last […]

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