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 3 PM - 7 PM
First Friday of Every Month 9:30 AM - 12 PM

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CONFIRMATION 2017

Confirmation preparations for high school students will take place through a short and fast paced curriculum that's set to begin August 27, 2017, and last through early November, 2017.  With the blessing of Bishop Johnston and his busy schedule he has assigned Confirmation dates throughout the entire Diocese.  St. Charles Borromeo Parish Confirmation Mass will take place on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 7 PM.  For more information and to register, please click here.

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

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CHARGED WITH SAINT CHARLES, By Fr. Don Farnan

Community & Communion

Rabbi Harold Kushner, in his recent book, Nine Essential Things I Have Learned About Life, passes along wisdom from his advanced place near the sunset of his human life.  He writes: “My theology is less and less about who God is or what God does, and more and more about who we are and what […]

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Falling Into God’s Hands

The Pogues, an Irish band, titled one of their albums “If I Should Fall from Grace with God” while Father Richard Rohr, a Franciscan friar, titled one of his books Falling Upward.  Both—their music and his writings—are incredibly spiritual art-forms that bring listeners and readers to deeper places within the human condition and deeper places […]

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Be Perfect?

In His Sermon on the Mount, in the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus says: “Be perfect as your heavenly father is perfect.” In another version, Luke’s Gospel, in what is sometimes called The Sermon on the Plain, Jesus says: “Be merciful as your heavenly father is merciful.”  Is it any wonder that Pope Francis chose his […]

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