St. Jerome's Catholic Church
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.
English: Tues, Thurs-Fri.......8:00 A.M
Wed. . . . . . .10:30 A.M
Spanish: Tues....6:00 P.M
English: Saturday.......5:00 P.M.
Spanish: Saturday........6:30 P.M
Or through appointment
Saturday, May 28 - 5:00 PM English Mass
Saturday, May 28 - 6:30 PM Spanish Mass
Sunday, May 29 - 9:30 AM English Mass
Sunday, May 29 - 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. We have reached 30,805 Thank you so much! We Challenge YOU!! To Give!
5. Parish Office will close May 30th for Memorial Day.
6. Confirmation with Bishop Peter Christiansen: May 31st at 6:00 pm. MAY WE HAVE HELP WITH FLOWERS!!!???
7. The Parish General Cleaning Day: June 4th at 9:00 am
8. Feast of St. Jerome Meeting: Friday, June 17th at 7:00 pm
9. Parish Office Hours: we will close at 4:00 pm beginning June 1st
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, I will help you, I will uphold you with my victorious right hand.”
Psalm 46:2 “God is our refuge and our strength, an ever-present help in distress.”
Father's Weekly Reflection
With the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, the presence of Jesus on earth comes to an end. The Son of Man, with his human body, before the Apostles, joins God the Father to later return to earth at his second coming (Prussia) and thus fulfill the final judgment.
Today's Solemnity marks the preparation of the budding Church and its beginning with the sending of the Holy Spirit. The nascent Church begins the mission of Christ, going out to meet the needy, the humble, the poor, the sick, and the widows. In the struggle to analyze “all peoples,” the early Church goes out and baptizes, preaches, and teaches what Christ had commanded to do. As members of the Church, the Mystical Body of Christ is the obligation to continue the mission of Christ to his Apostles. This mission is permeated by living and practical faith. All service in the ministries of the Church is the fulfillment of being witnesses of his resurrection.
Sisters, brothers, and the Solemnity that we celebrate today has to question us trying to discover the visible signs of active faith in my parish. What are the visible signs of Christ's mission that I notice in my life, carried out in my environment day by day?