St. Eugene Messages
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Adoration is available from our parking lot. The Host of the Blessed Sacrament is in the window of the All Saint's Chapel. There are about 10-15 spots available to come, park and pray. Please follow the guidelines of the CDC's Social Distancing requirements. Photo Credit: Luisa Leon
In an attempt to keep all safe during this time, All Church Masses, meetings, classes and programs are cancelled until further notice. The Church building will be closed as well. The Daily Mass Chapel will be open from 7am-7pm for Adoration/prayer (we have limited seating as all chairs are spaced 6 feet apart), you may come thru the Chapel doors but do not cross the barrier to the Church and the rest of the building. Also, the Parish office will be closed to visitors but staff will be available for phone calls as well as email correspondence. We thank you for your patience during this time.
Please call the parish office if you need a meal delivered or an errand to be done. We can help!
Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm
Sunday: 7:30am in Spanish
9:00am and 11:30am
Tuesday: Communion Service Only 8:00am
Wednesday: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Saturday: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Faith Formation, EDGE, & SEY
Confirmation 2019 - 9/22/19
Monday thru Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Care of Creation
Dear St. Eugene Family,
Please watch this short video from Pope Francis as he renews his urgent plea to care for the environment. Think of actions we can each take, even during these difficult times.
Blessings for the Earth,
Your Care of Creation Team
LOOKING FOR A MASS WHILE AWAY?
MINISTRY OF THE WEEK
MINISTRY OF THE WEEK
FUNERAL PALL STITCHERS
Chair: Chris Cicotello; 828-275-6270, [email protected]
The Lord assures us we are called by name. The funeral pall and memorial cloths include the names of St. Eugene parishioners from the founding of the parish until the present who have been called from this life to the next. The pall is used at most funerals and it along with the memorial cloths are displayed in the sanctuary during the month of November. The funeral pall stitchers periodically gather to stitch the names of recently deceased parishioners. We acknowledge how much our human hearts miss our family and friends who have left this world. Yet, our heavenly hearts know that they abide in the comfort of God’s presence. We welcome all those who love to do needlework to join us in this humbling ministry.