Spiritual Resources

UPDATED 2/1/2020

Current offerings as of Feburay 1, 2021:

These ministries are currently active:   Contact the parish office if you would like to participate in any of them:

The Rosary Group – Thursdays at 7:00 pm - contact at  bthomas19@gmail.com 

Father Patrick’s Bible Study – Sundays at 12:30 - 2:00 pm - contact at

Men’s Faith Group – Fridays at 6:00 am  cdbitz@gmail.com

Prayer Group – Prayer requests sent out to this group when requested.

Adoration – Tuesdays 1:00 – 3:00 pm in the church.

Family Weekly Faith Formation offered by the Archdiocese of Seattle:

The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is disrupting our lives in many ways. Even in these challenging times, God provides opportunities to grow in our faith. For parents and families at home, we recommend the following resources to grow closer to God.

Use this page and the At Home with Faith publications, available via the link below, to find resources to help deepen your family's faith at home. 

At Home with Faith - Archdiocese of Seattle

Archbishop Etienne's Letter on Unity
November 3, 202O

View the letter here.

The Rosary Group

Contact: Bernadette Thomas, bthomas19@gmail.com or the parish office.

October 2, 2020:
The rosary group is resuming community prayer on October 8th!  Please join in via Zoom on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm to pray the rosary and divine . mercy chaplet for your personal intentions, parish intentions, and for the world.  Tell a friend!

You are welcome to join any time and participate as your are available. Please contact Bernadette for the virtual link information.




In Father Patrick's most recent message for parishioners, he refers to a new online Faith Formation resource for which St. Catherine just registered.  All parishioners now have access to FORMED, a Catholic media outlet run by the Augustine Institute. There is content for kids and adults, movies and shows, as well as Bible studies, streaming Masses and prayer.  

The link is here:  FORMED.org   

Hit "sign up",   select "Belong to a parish",  type in "St. Catherine, Seattle"

Archbishop Etienne's statement on Racism, May 2020 

Resources to guide our response to racism

Archdiocese of Seattle Faith Formation resource page on Racism
Includes resources for primary ages through high school, parents, teachers, young adults and adults. 


The Work of Redemption
Eucharistic Belief and Practice in the Archdiocese of Seattle

June 1, 2020


Archbishop Etienne is live streaming Masses daily at 8:30 a.m. on the Archdiocese of Seattle Vimeo Channel and simultaneously on the Archdiocese’s Facebook page. Bishop Elizondo will also stream daily Mass in Spanish at 8:30 a.m. and Sunday Mass at 11:30 a.m. on the Hispanic Ministry Facebook page, which you can find @CatolicosNW.

In an April 25, 2020, letter, Pope Francis asked Catholics to make a special effort in May to pray the rosary (Link)

View St. Catherine streamed Masses from our facebook page (Link)


The Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center is pleased to bring you another virtual retreat to help you draw closer to our risen Lord.  Fr. Jacques Philippe is a world-renowned retreat leader and spiritual director. He's given retreats all over the world, including our very own Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center. Father is the author of several inspiring books on the spiritual life, such as Interior Freedom and Searching for and Maintaining Peace. In this retreat, he looks at the theme of what it means to live in the presence of God, how we can be mindful of God's presence in our daily lives, and how we draw closer to the Lord.  (Link)   Experience this retreat at your convenience.


We are excited to be a sponsor for the first
National Theology on Tap 

Join Jason Evert, Sarah Swafford, Fr. Agustino Torres with young adults from across the country for the first National Theology on Tap. Each fast-paced interview will include personal stories, hopeful inspiration, and a few surprises. Mor information  here

Simply head to formed.org tonight to tune in live!


Perfect Contrition and Spiritual Communion (Link)
(When you cannot access these sacraments in person)

Stations of the Cross Video with words to read along (Link)

Online Masses and Adoration

See here for list

Mental Health Resource Page (Link) 

Domestic violence resources (Link)

Catholic Young Adults Weekly Newsletter:  

 The Scroll

Sign up for The Scroll here

From Pope Francis
From Friday, March 27 

Pope Francis gave an extraordinary blessing “urbi et orbi”
(to the city and the world)

Watch the recorded session

Read more about it here.

March 24, 2020
Message from Archbishop Etienne
to the People of God in Westen Washington

Archbishop Etienne will be streaming Masses daily at 8:30 a.m. here.  Also view past streamed Masses at this link:


Bishop Mueggenborg Gospel Reflections

STATIONS OF THE CROSS During Pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
By Maribeth Hopps 

Pope Grants Plenary Indulgences
Today, Pope Francis issued a decree granting indulgences for people with COVID-19, for those who care for them, including medical staff and family members, and for those who pray for them. Read the decree from Pope Francis here.

SHR Radio Stations
AM 1050, FM 100.3
AM 970, FM 106.1
Yakima:   FM 88.1
AM 1240, FM 104.7
Tacoma:  AM 1180

Sacred Heart Radio is enabling Catholics to stay connected to God, maintain peace of mind, and continue to be spiritually nourished during this crisis. 

EWTN Global Catholic Television Network:
Catholic News, TV ...

Mass can be viewed on EWTN everyday at 5:00 am, 9:00 am,
4:00 pm, and 9:00 pm.          

Watch EWTN live: https://www.ewtn.com/tv/watch-live


Stations of the Cross: Busted Halo: https://bustedhalo.com/video/virtual-stations-of-the-cross

Bishop Mueggenborg’s Sunday Gospel Reflections:

Mass readings and prayer resources: http://usccb.org/

Mass:   Pope Francis’ morning Mass will be broadcast live. You can view it in real time and find English narrations at 7:00am Central Eastern Time on www.vaticannews.va.

USCCB Coronavirus Resources (Link)
USCCB resources to help with home prayer (Link)
Podcasts for Families (Link)
At Home with Faith  (English | Spanish)
Social and Emotional Learning  (Link)
Mental Health  (List of resources | Support strategies

On September 3, 2019, Pope Francis appointed Archbishop Paul D. Etienne to lead our diocese.

Mission Letter to the people of God in Western Washington
February 22, 2020


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Etienne's blog


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