A membership in the Knights connects you with opportunities to make an impact in your community and gives you access to resources to help you grow deeper in faith and stay informed about the issues Catholics care about. You'll also have exclusive access insurance and financial planning products to help you protect your family…Read More
Come celebrate Spring with us and bring it downstairs this Sunday April 28th for coffee, donuts and fellowship in the church basement after all morning masses.
Join the Adult Group after the 6:30 mass for wine, cheese and fellowship too!Read More
Vision is 5 day retreat helping high school students focus on their gifts and how to live their faith every day.
Incoming freshman through Senior high students are invited to live for a week on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. While you are there you will hear from some of the best speakersRead More
On Sunday, March 3rd St Benedict Parish was proud to recognize three High School students of our parish with a Leadership Award. This award given by Bishop Bartosic, affirms the way in which young people of our Vicariate contribute to the life of their parishesRead More
On March 28th at 7: 00pm a group of young people from our parish will receive the sacrament of Confirmation. These young people have been preparing for two years for this moment of Grace. As they complete the final month of preparation to receive the sacrament, St Benedict Youth Ministry would like to extend an invitation to our parishioners to pray for one of these young people, by name.Read More
All parishioners and school parents are invited to consider serving on the SBPS advisory board. We welcome parents, parishioners, alumni, and community members who are passionate about the success of our school to apply.Read More
“Listening”, and “loving” are words of action. They don’t seem like they should be considered action words because the action both words require, is subtle. They aren’t the kind of verbs that cause us to perspire or be short of breath but, they certainly do require being actively engaged in a relationship where communication is involved.Read More
Last Sunday, November 18th, the parish of St Benedict headed over to St Paul’s House on California to help do a little holiday decorating for the people who live there. It was such a joy to participate in such a parish wide effort. The Holy Name Society offered to purchase the tree for decorating. The school children creatively made ornaments from recycled materials. There were enough ornaments to decorate 3 trees. Such creativity was a delight as we hung the ornaments and engaged in conversation with the residents. A group of about 10 teens from Youth Ministry and a few of their parents joined in the decorating as did several ladies and families, from the parish. When the residents came in to help it became a real party with cookies, hot chocolate and some absolutely delightful conversation…Read More
Promote the true spirit of Christmas in our homes, schools, parishes and communities. Knights of Columbus councils will evangelize society through their faithful acts, celebrations and a variety of activities…Read More
First Reconciliation Parent’s Meeting Reminder
Who: Parents whose children will receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation this year at St. Ben’s.
What: This is an hour long presentation to discuss the Sacrament, how we as staff help prepare your children to receive, and how you as parents can help to prepare them to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Where: Enter at 3911 North Bell Avenue and you will be directed upstairs.
When: This is on Monday, November 19, at 7 p.m.
November 19th, 2018 there will be a meeting for all parents in our faith community who have children receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time. This will begin at 7:00 pm, and end at 8:00 pm. It is fine if only one parent is able to attend, but attendance is expected. We will be discussing the Sacrament and how you can prepare yourselves and prepare your children to receive for the first time. We will also discuss how you can deepen your connection to the Sacrament of Reconciliation.Read More
Thanks to the generous support of our school and parish community and our visiting guests, the fest was a big success and we hope all had a wonderful time!
We’d like to hear your feedback! If you attended Oktoberfest, please CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE A SHORT SURVEY. Your input and suggestions will help us in planning a great Oktoberfest next year. Prost!Read More