Jan
22
12:00 PM12:00

MARCH FOR LIFE OLYMPIA

Join thousands of pro-life advocates on Tuesday, January 22nd at 12:00 PM for the 41st annual Washington State March for Life at the Capitol Building in Olympia. The March for Life is for anyone and everyone who believes that each life is infinitely valuable! 

The Mass for Life will be celebrated at two locations this year:

Sacred Heart Parish, 9:30 AM

812 Bowker St SE, Lacey, WA 98503

St. Michael Parish, 10:00 AM

1055 Boundary St. SE, Olympia 98501

 

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Jan
26
to Jan 27

WORLD YOUTH DAY (SEATTLE)

Young people, join us January 26 - 27, 2019 at the Lynnwood Convention Center to celebrate World Youth Day! While Pope Francis meets with thousands of young people in Panama, we will join them in spirit as we gather for a weekend of prayer, celebration, and inspirational talks. This event is both a conference for YOUNG ADULTS and a convention for HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH, featuring:

Live Music • Adoration + Confession • Vocations Café • Closing Mass • Keynotes + Breakout Sessions • Archbishop Sartain, Bishop Elizondo, Bishop Mueggenborg • Livestream from Panamá

$85.00 after Sunday, January 6, 2019

$95.00 after Sunday, January 20, 2019

To learn more, and to register, visit: seattlearchymya.weebly.com.

 

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FATHER & DAUGHTER DANCE
Feb
9
5:00 PM17:00

FATHER & DAUGHTER DANCE

Dads & Daughters, join us for our annual “Father & Daughter” Dance, held at Canterwood Golf & Country Club.

  • 5pm - 8pm (Check-in begins at 4:45)

    • 100 per couple

    • $25 per additional child

    • Passed appetizers & signature 'mock'tail

    • Custom plated dinner options designed for both dads and daughters by Canterwood chef Jon Maley (Please note that selections will be made closer to the event date)

    • Dance the night away with one of Seattle's top female DJs, 'DJ Mixxtress'

    • Fun photo booth courtesy of Hushed Revelry Photography

    • Other fun 'Under the Sea' surprises

Get your tickets here!

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DOUG BARRY PARISH RETREAT
Feb
15
to Feb 17

DOUG BARRY PARISH RETREAT

Parishioners and visitors are invited to our FREE 2019 Parish Retreat, led by nationally-acclaimed Catholic speaker, Doug Barry.

Click here for a full schedule.

Doug Barry is a devoted husband, father, TV personality and speaker. Since 1992 he has traveled both nationally and internationally, speaking to young and old alike through television, radio and live appearances, encouraging and strengthening men, women and youth to be better prepared to fight the battles that we all face in the world today, body, mind and soul. For many years Doug was the co-host of EWTN's 'Life on the Rock' and now currently hosts the television show BATTLE READY.

Parents, free childcare is available on Friday & Saturday! To arrange childcare, you must RSVP to David Charboneau by Feb 11th: david@stnicholascc.org

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Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

CONFIRMATION WITH BISHOP MUEGGENBORG

We invite you to join us in celebrating Confirmation at our Parish on Wednesday, December 12th at 7:00 PM with Bishop Daniel Mueggenborg. December 12th is the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, so please ask Our Lady for her guidance in the lives of our young people. Please pray for our Confirmandi, as they prepare to celebrate this sacrament!

 

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Dec
11
10:30 AM10:30

MORNING CHRISTMAS PAGEANT AND LUNCHEON

You are invited to our annual Christmas music program on Tuesday, December 11th at 10:30 AM. We will be serving a delicious Christmas luncheon of turkey and all the fixings after the performance. Please RSVP to Elesa Schmidt at elesaschmidt@gmail.com no later than December 10th.

If you can’t make the daytime showing, be sure to come to the evening performance at 6:30 PM!

 

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Dec
5
to Dec 16

NOTICE OF UNAUTHORIZED MINISTRY

Friday, November 30, 2018

Notice of Unauthorized Ministry

The Archdiocese has received reports from some of our parishes that an archbishop and priest of the Missionaries of the Divine Mercy of the “Old Catholic Church” are in the greater Seattle area and plan to celebrate Masses and possibly confer sacraments.

Archbishop Fermin Rosas Garcia, from California, and Fr. Antonio (Tony) Mota, from Mexico, are clergy with the “Old Catholic Church,” which is not in communion with the Roman Catholic Church and not affiliated in any way with the Archdiocese of Seattle. Any Masses or sacraments they attempt to celebrate are not authorized or approved by the Archdiocese of Seattle.

It has been reported that Fr. Mota has already celebrated Mass in a private home in West Seattle. We understand that Archbishop Rosas Garcia and Fr. Mota intend to celebrate Mass for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12 at the Mother of Mercy Chapel in Enumclaw, as well as possibly offer at that time Baptisms, Confirmations and First Communions. The Mother of Mercy Chapel is a private enterprise operated by one individual, Mr. Jim Meuchel, and is not authorized by the Archdiocese of Seattle, nor is it sponsored or approved by the Catholic Church. It has been the site of suspect activities, such as the display of “bleeding” hosts, which Mr. Meuchel claims to receive from an angel but which he has declined to authenticate. Any Masses or sacraments attempted at this site are neither authorized nor approved.

Archbishop Sartain urges all Roman Catholics not to participate in the activities of the Old Catholic Church or the Mother of Mercy Chapel but to seek spiritual nourishment from the celebration of the sacraments in their parishes.

Download the original letter here

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Dec
1
to Dec 2

CENTENNIAL APPEAL FOR THE POOR

Our Parish will be collecting donations for the Catholic Community Services Centennial Appeal for the Poor during the weekend Masses on December 1st - 2nd.

Learn more about the Centennial Appeal for the Poor – Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington then prayerfully consider making a financial gift to the CCS Centennial Appeal for the Poor. Your gifts directly affect the lives of the poor in our neighborhoods. Registered parishioners will receive envelopes in the mail or you can donate online.


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Nov
30
6:00 PM18:00

ADVENT LUCERNARIUM

What: Joyfully ring in the new liturgical year with prayer, song, and light followed by “Breakfast for Dinner” and a pajama dance! Come enjoy prayer and fun for the whole family. 

When: Friday, November 30th. Tree lighting is at 6:00 PM, dinner begins at 6:30 PM.

Where: School courtyard, dinner and fun to follow in the Parish Center.

Cost: Suggested donation per family, $20.

 

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Nov
28
6:30 PM18:30

BELLARMINE INFORMATION NIGHT

Join us for this special evening, as Bellarmine President Robert Modarelli B’82, Principal Cindy Davis, and Bellarmine parents and students share information and answer your questions.

Come explore Bellarmine and hear about our mission, college prep curriculum, tuition assistance, college counseling, extra-curricular activities, important dates and more.

We hope to see you there!

Please RSVP to Lisa Walker at lisawalker517@yahoo.com by November 23rd.

LEARN MORE HERE

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Nov
24
to Dec 9

WREATH SALES

The St. Nicholas Parent Teacher Organization’s (PTO) largest fundraiser of the year is back! Get beautifully designed wreaths, crosses, centerpieces, garland, and candle rings while supporting our school! We will sell wreaths after the following masses:

November 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th

December 1st, 2nd, 8th, and 9th

 Pricing is as follows:

  • Wreaths: 22” = $20.00  28” = $32.00   36” = $40.00

  • Cross = $25.00

  • Candy Cane = $20.00

  • Centerpiece = $15.00

  • Candle Ring = $12.00

  • Garland 15 ft. = $20.00

  • Advent Wreath 20” = $25.00

(*candles sold separately)

 

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Nov
2
to Nov 4

CATHOLIC MEN'S RETREAT

Men, come explore the path to missionary discipleship with host pastor Fr. Ed White and retreat master Fr. Jim Northrop. This weekend retreat runs from Friday Evening to Sunday Afternoon at Camp Black Diamond in Auburn, WA. Join other men from around the Seattle Diocese to grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus and share with like-minded men about our Faith. Our society is in need of Catholic Men leading through our Faith in the footsteps of Jesus. Come become Fishers of Men as Jesus called upon his disciples to do.

Early Bird Registration Through October 15th, 2018 - $100.00

Cost after October 15th, 2018 - $120.00

Learn more here! https://www.ststephenslife.com/mens-retreat-2018

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Nov
1
10:30 AM10:30

SCHOOL SAINTS PARADE

Join us as our youngest students (preschool through 2nd grade) dress up as their favorite saints and celebrate our friends in Heaven! This is a fun and joyful event for the whole family!

The preschool and Pre-K classes will parade at 10:30 AM and grades K-2 will start at 2:00 PM. 

 

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Oct
12
5:30 PM17:30

SCHOOL MOVIE NIGHT "COCO"

Join us for our second School Movie Night! All kids from preschool through 8th grade are welcome to attend (whether you attend at St. Nicholas or not!). Cost is $10 and includes dinner, popcorn, and a treat. Bring a sleeping bag, pillow, and wear pajamas if you like! We will be showing “Coco”.

All proceeds go to St. Nicholas Parish Faith Formation programs.

 

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Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

SCARECROW FESTIVAL

This festival is an autumn celebration with live entertainment and music, farm animals, hay rides, camel & pony rides, carnival games, food and fair treat vendors. The Scarecrow Festival features a community Scarecrow Competition with entries created by local business, community groups and families - including St. Nicholas Catholic School! Groups compete for cash prizes for best of show and people's choice.

Admission to the festival is FREE; some activities include a small fee and suggested $2/child donation.

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Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

SAFE ENVIRONMENT TRAINING

If you would like to work or volunteer in the parish or school, you are required to take the Virtus Safe Environment training. Employees and volunteers with unsupervised, ongoing access to minors and vulnerable adults are required to complete the "Protecting God's Children" course within 90 days of beginning service. Current volunteers are required to take updated online training courses every three years.

Church Personnel is defined as:
* All clergy, including priests, deacons, deacon candidates, seminarians, etc, 
* Religious men and women, 
* All employees, and
* Any volunteers with ongoing unsupervised contact with minors and vulnerable adults.

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Sep
14
5:30 PM17:30

SCHOOL MOVIE NIGHT "LILO AND STITCH"

Join us for our first ever School Movie Night! All kids from preschool through 8th grade are welcome to attend (whether you attend at St. Nicholas or not!). Cost is $10 and includes dinner, popcorn, and a treat. Bring a sleeping bag, pillow, and wear pajamas if you like! We will be showing “Lilo and Stitch”.

All proceeds go to St. Nicholas Catholic School Music Department for our Annual Christmas Program.

 

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