About Us
Centennial Celebrations
1913 - 2013
Pictures from our April
Centennial Celebration
View more pictures from
our September 28th
Centennial Dinner!
St. Catherine of Siena is the
Patron Saint of Italy and a
Doctor of the Church.

She was born Catherine
Benincasa in Siena in 1347.  At
an early age, she joined the
Third Order of Saint Dominic in
which she gained a reputation
for great sanctity.  Recognizing
her holiness and wisdom, many
followed her leadership in her
devotion to the poor.  She
labored incessantly and with
fiery zeal for the unity of the
Church and was a devoted
champion of the Papacy.

She died in Rome in 1380 after
a remarkable life, leaving a
legacy of
outstanding spiritual treatises.

Saint Catherine was canonized
in 1461.

Her Feast occurs on April 29.
Photo courtesy of Hugh
Religious Education Registration for 2014-15
Religious Education Registration resumes August 25.

Click here for Class Schedule calendar and
registration form

There are many ways to share your faith with our
students in Faith Formation.

Teens and adults - sign up to teach a class next year!  
Distinguished Speaker Series
"The Thirsting" Concert
SAVE THE DATE: Sunday – October 5th

The Thirsting is a Catholic rock band whose mission is to inspire you to love and
follow Jesus Christ.  They are known for high energy shows with a powerful Catholic
message.  At a Thirsting concert, one is taken on a journey spiritually as a Catholic
message is intermingled with a stunning rock performance offering cutting edge
Catholic music that speaks to today’s generation.
Dinner with a Cause - Thursday, September 18
St. Catherine of Siena Church’s Social Justice Committee invites you to the second in
its series, Dinner with a Cause, through which we introduce you to area organizations
that are supporting the principles of social justice.

This session will highlight the work of New Covenant House  (“The Soup Kitchen”). A
simple supper will be provided at 6:30pm in the Lucey Church Hall.

Click here for detailed information on this event.

Who is Mary? How did the Church’s teachings about Mary
grow and develop over the centuries? For that matter, what
exactly does the Church formally teach us about Mary, the
mother of Jesus? Join Fr. Frank Hoffmann for an informative
series of talks over the coming year.

Click here to see the topics that will be covered in a series of
10 one hour sessions and for detailed information.
Adult Formation Series - Mariology
The earliest account of Jesus' life focuses on the Paschal events and will draw you into
an examination of what it means to follow Jesus, even in his suffering.

Click here for dates and more information.  Registration begins the weekend of
August 23/24.
St. Catherine Bible Study - The Gospel of Mark
"Addiction and the Brain: Myth vs. Fact"
Sunday, September 14

mmediately following the 10:30 a.m. Mass
from 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., in church.

Join for
the first in our series - an informal and lively round table discussion on the
social emotional implications of addiction on teens and young adults.

Click here for detailed information.

You can also find an interesting NY Times article on the subject

We hope you will join us!