A Roman Catholic Parish Established in 2000

Church of St. Katharine Drexel

We are a Christian Community that proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ, promotes respect and justice, and welcomes the unity created from our  diversity. Worshipping as Family | Supporting Our Home | Building God’s House


 

Parish Information
Weekend Mass in Drexel Hall:
Sat. 4:30PM | Sun. 8:30AM, 10:30AM, 5:00PM

Weekday Mass:
Mon - Fri 8:00 AM | Saturday 9:00 AM
Rosary (Sat.) 9:30 AM

Office hours
Mon 1 - 4PM | Tue-Thu 8:30AM - 4:00PM
Phone: 609 645-7313 | Fax: 609 645-9680
Email: [email protected]

Your financial support is vital to keep the Pairsh running. Please Continue to send your weekly contributions either via our WeShare Online Giving or by mail.


 

Holy Communion is available to those who watch the livestream Mass on Saturday. Please come to Drexel Hall (6:45 PM on Saturday) to receive the Body of Christ and pause to pray. Previous Livestreamed Masses, including First Holy Communion Masses, can be found by clicking here.


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Are you hurting hurting because of the loss of a loved one or personal issues that weigh heavily?  Perhaps God is telling you to give yourself the gift of a caring companion.  You don't have to to go through life's tough times alone. 

Please call the confidential phone number  645 7313  x 111.
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View the 2021 video FACES OF HOPE for House of Charity Bishop's Annual Appeal

The House of Charity, Bishop's Annual Appeal, seeks to raise funds to provide care, respect , justice, peace and dignity for every soul in our Diocese. We ask you to please consider how this annual program provides solace, support,and grace to our neighbors in need, and give generously.

 


 

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Email Scam

In light of the recent incident with some parishioners of the Church of Saint Katharine Drexel, we would like to make it clear the email address: [email protected] is not Fr. Jose's email. If you receive any email from officerev[email protected] please do not respond and block/delete the bogus email.

Your truly in Christ,
Fr. Jose

 

Current Events



Update to attend Mass in person

The safety, health, and well-being of our parishioners and volunteers are vitally important as we begin to celebrate the Eucharist in person again. Beginning the weekend of May 29-30, 2021, it will no longer be necessary to pre-register to attend Mass in person. We will continue to follow various safety protocols including taking temperatures and requiring hands to be sanitized upon entering the church building.  If you are fully vaccinated, you will not be required to wear a facemask during the Eucharistic celebration. However, if you are not fully vaccinated, we encourage you to continue wearing a facemask for your protection and the protection of others except to consume the Host. All pews/chairs will be available for seating except the section by the window will be reserved for persons desiring to maintain social distancing. Thank you very much for your understanding. God Bless.


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