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Current Announcements

HELP WANTED - The St. Jerome Music Ministry is forming an instrumental ensemble to provide some extra flair for important events and holidays, and we need your help!  Sign-up forms can be found in the gathering space and should be returned to the parish office.
 
We need immediate help with our Sunday morning coffee and donut fellowship. Please call Karen Kurt at the parish office if you can help.
 
Gift Shop & Noah’s Nook - The St. Jerome Gift Shop and Noah’s Nook will be closed for the summer from June 19 to September 11.  Have a great summer!
 
Join us in the Parish Center on Sunday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm for Coffee & Donuts!  Please see the bulletin for additional details.
 
Father George Corrigan, OFM, a Franciscan priest, will be visiting St. Jerome as part of our annual "Missionary Co-Op".  Father George will be preaching at all our Masses on the weekend of July 30-31.  Please be sure to welcome Father George!
 
Register early for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (4 years old up to 3rd grade) Faith Formation.
Times available:
Sundays at 12pm
Mondays at 6:30pm
Cost is $70 per child
See the bulletin for more info.
Registration forms on table in the narthex of the church.
 
The flowers on the altar this week are dedicated to the memory of Anne Spires by William Spires. May she, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace.
 
This weekend there will be an RCIA speaker at each Mass.  This is a special outreach and we wish you to be a part of this endeavor.  Please contact the parish office if you have any questions.
 
Candles are available to light in the northwest entrance of the church.

St. Jerome, Forging a Path to God

St. Jerome, as a bright but worldly young man, had a dream that transformed his life: as he stood before the judgment seat of God and announced himself as a Christian, God accused him of having a greater commitment to secular learning than to the ways of holiness. Upon awakening, St. Jerome resolved to dedicate his life to the study and understanding of Sacred Scripture. With a similar tenacity and commitment to the service of God, the parish family of St. Jerome has transformed a tiny mission church into a beacon of faith for Catholics far beyond its parish boundaries. And, in a fashion strongly reminiscent of its namesake, St. Jerome Church perseveres in its quest to be a guiding light for generations to come.

Through worship, mission, and ministry, the parish of St. Jerome is here to serve the needs of all our brothers and sisters in Christ.