Friday, January 20th, 2017
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St. Francis Borgia Parish

Catholic Church

310 West Main Street
Washington, Missouri 63090


  • Daily Mass
    Fri, Jan 20th, 2017
    7:00 AM - 7:30 AM
  • Bible Study-Matthew:The King and His Kingdom
    Fri, Jan 20th, 2017
    7:45 AM - 10:00 AM
     This is a Catholic Bible Study that brings the history of Christ to life through Matthew's gospel. The study will continue for 24 weeks, ending in March. Each class consists of a 1-hour video and half hour discussion. There is a $33 fee for the study book. To register or to order a book, please call Barb Perry at 636-432-2654.
  • Divorce Survival DVD Series
    Fri, Jan 20th, 2017
    7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Upcoming Pro-Life Activities

Tuesday, January 17th, is Movie Day, showing “He Knows My Name.” The “Postcards for Life” campaign is this weekend. The Pro-Life Holy Hour will be held at OLL Adoration Chapel on Thursday, January 26th. All are invited to support these Pro-Life efforts!

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Our youth from our school and parish will be traveling this week, leaving Wednesday for the March for Life held this coming Friday. Let us pray for them and support them on their journey. May their journey for them be a life-changing experience and deepen their own conviction concerning Pro-Life.

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Mass Schedule

  • Mon – Fri: 7:00 AM
  • Sat: 8:00 AM & 4:30 PM
  • Sun: 7AM, 9AM & 11AM

Today’s Verse

Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it.

Our Parish Mission...

The Catholic Faith Community of St. Francis Borgia Parish strives to live according to the gospel through worship, education, and service, and to create a parish environment where all may feel welcome, affirmed, and part of this Christian family.
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    Grade School Athletic Association
    “We educate our student athletes about teamwork, sportsmanship and respect for authority (ie, coaches and referees). We teach this in a Christian environment and these values can carry over into their parish participation and into their personal lives.”
    (Brad Pettet)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    “Interfacing with people interested in the Catholic faith, sharing my faith journey with them, and inviting them to a more spiritually enriching life in Jesus through the eyes of the Catholic faith defines my evangelization mission in the parish. Also, I try to enrich the faith of the parish family by offering bible studies and other faith activities.”
    (Deacon Leon Noelker)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    Fall Festival
    “Through the Fall Festival we strive to bring parish and school families together to provide a family friendly event that promotes our parish. Working together in a Christian environment, parishioners become more acquainted with each other, and this strengthens our parish family unit. We invite the community to join us in our celebration of fellowship while providing a financial benefit to the parish and the school.”
    (Scottie and Tim Eagan)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    Girl Scouts
    “The Girl Scouts work to fulfill the Girl Scout Promise: “to serve God…to help others…and live by the Girl Scout Law.” The Girl Scout Law calls the girls to be caring and considerate amont other things. As part of their badges/journeys, the girls are called to take action and provide a service that they see as needed in their school, parish, and community.”
    (Jane Glastetter)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    SFB Ladies Sodality
    “Members of the Ladies Sodality encourage all women of the parish to belong to and participate in the Ladies Sodality which serves the parish by various fundraisers, such as the Crafters, Quilters and Bakers. The ladies help with the Rummage Sale, Fall Festival and other parish activities which are open to the whole community. Meetings start and end with prayers for both current, past and deceased members as well as for special intentions.”
    (Joyce Kelly)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    Finance Commission
    “The Finance Commisssion’s objective is to assist the pastor in being a good steward of parish resources, which helps maintain a vibrant church community. They are the primary budgeting organization of the parish, and are subject to approval by the Pastoral Council and the Pastor. One goal is to make good financial decisions which will enhance and further Catholic education in our parish and community.”
    (Jackie Bruns)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    Sausage Supper
    “Our organization lives out the SFB Mission by working together as a committee and bringing fellow parishioners of all ages together to volunteer and to show support for our parish. By serving meals where our community can come and enjoy good food and pleasant company, they witness Borgia stewardship at work.”
    (Jamie & Scott Obermark and Martin & Sharon Eckhoff)
  • Living Our SFB Mission Statement

    Liturgy Commission
    “The Liturgy Commission’s role is to plan, enhance, and provide gospel opportunities, including Masses and Prayer Services to our Catholic community. We coordinate ministries in all their varied roles to promote worship and prayer as a positive and vital part of Parish life. Lectors, for example, are trained to proclaim the Word of God with reverence and understanding.”
    (Linda Wilson)
310 West Main Street
Washington, MO 63090
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