Attentions Teachers and Students
Bring your backpacks to church on Sunday, August 18 for a special blessing during Mass.
Our Mission: "To make disciples through the teachings and ministry of Jesus the Good Shepherd. We are committed to celebrate the Word and Sacraments and to be of service to God's family."
Sundays: 8:30 AM
Wednesdays: 6:00 PM
Fridays: 10:00 AM
Reconciliation: Wednesday's at 5:00 PM and before and after Mass on Friday.
The Respect Life Ministry is a new parish ministry and part of the Pro-Life/ Greene County Group.
What is Cursillo?
Cursillo is a Spanish word meaning "little course." It refers to a short course in Christian living. The Cursillo Movement is made up of individuals who have participated in similar short courses by attending a weekend and endeavor to apply Christian principles in their daily lives.
Cursillo Weekends are offered twice annually; once for women, the other for men.
The purpose of these weekends is to help practicing Christians:
More information about Cursillo and Application Forms for the Men's Weekend are available at the Valley Cursillo website.
Following the listening sessions held throughout the diocese, Bishop Barry C. Knestout renewed his commitment to leading the Diocese of Richmond with transparency, faith and direct action. Learn more about how Bishop Knestout is answering the call for accountability by clicking the button below:
The Diocese of Richmond will celebrate 200 years of a permanent Catholic presence in Virginia.