Welcome to

St. Jerome's Catholic Church

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Welcome to Saint Jerome Parish.  We hope that you find our Parish warm and welcoming.  You are invited to explore our website.  Please join us for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, Sacraments and our activities.

Mass Schedule

Weekly Masses

English: Tues, Thurs-Fri.......8:00 A.M

Wed. . . . . . .10:30 A.M

Spanish: Tues....6:00 P.M

Weekend Masses

English: Saturday.......5:00 P.M.

               Sunday.........9:30 A.M

Spanish: Saturday........6:30 P.M

                 Sunday.........12:00 P.M

Confessions

Tuesday.......5:00 P.M

Saturday....4:00 P.M

Or through appointment 

Upcoming Events

 

MASS SCHEDULE

Saturday, July 2 - 5:00 PM   English Mass

Saturday, July 2 - 6:30 PM  Spanish Mass

Sunday, July 3 - 9:30 AM   English Mass

Sunday, July 3 - 12:00 PM  Spanish Mass

 

                                                                                                           

  • 1. Please check your Flocknote messages for Mass Announcements. Visit stjeromeid.org to sign up.

  • 2. Attend Sunday Rosary at 9:00 am.

  • 3. Pro-life Bilingual Rosary, every 3rd Sunday@11:20 am.

  • 4. Please give prayerful discernment toward your Idaho Catholic Appeal gift to support the many ministries in our Diocese. Our Goal for this year is $35,390. Thank you so much! We Challenge YOU!! To Give!

  • 5. Parish Office Hours: we will close at 4:00 pm beginning June 1st

  • 6. Parish Hall will be unavailable July 2nd—July 8

  • 7. July 8: Bilingual Mass at 5:00 pm followed by Fr. Adrian’s bbirthday celebration.

  • 8. July 10th: safe Environment Meeting at 9:00 am in Trinity Hall

  • 9. July 22: The walkathon Date is changed from July 15th to July 22nd—please get a registration form after Mass.

  • Please join up for Flocknote. Text stjeromes to 84576

Isaiah 41: 10 “Do not fear: I am with you; do not be anxious: I am your God. I will strengthen you, help you, and uphold you with my victorious right hand.”

 

Psalm 46:2  “God is our refuge and our strength, an ever-present help in distress.”

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Father's Weekly Reflection

There is no doubt that the Church, by nature, is a missionary and is a communicator of peace and salvation. You will remember that last week the Gospel of Saint Luke synthesized the reaction of two of his disciples when they saw the denial of the Samaritans by refusing to give lodging to Christ.

Jesus, who had started his journey to Jerusalem, felt the need for everyone who crossed his path to receive his message. For this fulfillment, the Master would need more people willing to help the mission. Jesus “appointed seventy-two other disciples…” to go through Galilee’s villages, towns, and streets to preach the Good News.

Brothers and sisters, the work of evangelization is so much that workers are always needed for the mission of Christ. You and I, as baptized, are sent to go out, participate, and bear witness to the extraordinary task of preaching the Gospel. We are not strangers to this mission of collaboration. We know that Christ calls at unexpected times and in remote places. We will tell him that we are willing to do what we know.  However, He will give us all the graces, strength, and means to get there.

Fr. Adrián Vázquez

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