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St. Catherine's Station

Sunday Mass 10:00 am                             
                                                   followed by coffee hour


Religious Education 8:30 am on Sundays

     2nd Sunday of the month is Potluck Sunday

     Thursdays 5:00-6:00 pm Adoration and
     Confession 5:30- 6:00 pm
     Mass at 6:00 pm
                                                
followed by potluck

 

 

Current Events

ST. CATHERINE'S WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY
St. Catherine's Women's Bible Study continues on
Tuesday mornings at 10:00 am in the church gathering hall.
We are still on the book "the Faith we Profess".

We start with the study and then we each bring something to share for lunch.
Please come and join us! !

PLEASE SUPPORT INGRID SANDOVAL’S SENIOR PROJECT:
“Canned Food Drive”, Sundays & Wednesdays, ends November 11th
(Collection Box is inside St. Catherine’s Church Hall at the entry door)

MASS MINISTER SCHEDULE:

Date            Eucharist          Lector                Usher             Server
Oct 7           Marie Silver      Carmen Perez         Paula M.             Lupe
Oct 14         Marie Silver      Bob Lorkowski        Ted Talbot         Mildred
Oct 21         Terri Chapman   Ben Chapman        Joe Chapman    Martin

Please join us after Mass for coffee and donuts. “Donations welcome.”

Our monthly potluck will be on October 14th



Deacon Jim McCaughey  837-6113

  RCIA DIRECTORS         Deacon Jim and Linda McCaughey
                               Tuesdays
7:00 pm Immaculate Conception
    Buhl                                                                                           in Office conference room

Pastoral Council / Finance Council

Meets on the Third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall

Committees

 

Catherine's Catholic Women - CCW

Meets as needed

Religious Education - CCD

Grades PreK through 8th Sundays 8:30 am

Contact Terri Chapman

St. Catherine's Annual Events


March late or early April

Basque Dinners have been held annually for 62 years. This function has become a Community affair where the American Legion and other local organizations have combined efforts and shared the profits. The event draws people in from all parts of the State of Idaho and has been noted in brochures produced by tourism organizations.

Held at the American Legion Hall in Hagerman

June

Yard Sale by CCW
Held at the Church

December - Advent

The church is located conspicuously at the north entrance to the City of Hagerman on the main street, U.S. Highway 30.

During Advent the parish keeps the lights on in the main church.

This provides a postcard image of the church as the outgoing light streams out through the stained glass windows.

Many travelers passing through on the main highway have stopped to take pictures of the scene. Those who see it during that time of year are reminded of the true spirit of Christmas.

History

The earliest Catholic families to reside in Hagerman, then part of the Idaho Territory, were the families of Colonel O.P. Johnson and John Curran. Itinerant missionaries and priests passed through at rare intervals and said mass in parishioner's homes. Priests were summoned from surrounding areas, primarily from Boise, to officiate at weddings and funerals.

In the early 1920's Benedictine Sisters established a nursing home in Wendell. Chaplains at the nursing home performed weddings, held funeral services and baptized in Hagerman. Mass was offered by the Chaplains several times a year in parishioner's homes and rented halls.

St. Catherine's Church building was dedicated in 1948. Bishop Kelly had become aware that a church was needed in Hagerman. A loan was obtained from the Catholic Church Extension Society to build the church.

Parishioners held Basque dinners at the American Legion Hall to raise funds to repay the loan. Around 1972, Bishop Treinen appealed to the Extension Society once again for funds, which were used to build a Social Hall. Much of the work was done by Father Stephan and parishioners.

Stained glass windows were added to the church from donations by the parishioners, the last window was dedicated in 2008.
                                         
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