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a small place where God's love is made BIG!

We are a welcoming Catholic community with a strong commitment to our faith who celebrate the Eucharist in an intimate, spirit-filled setting.

We foster lay participation and leadership and share generously of our time, talent and financial support, focusing on the spiritual and material needs of all.

We work to promote justice in ourselves, our church, our community and our society
based on Gospel values.

Mass Times at St. Bernard
Sunday: 9:30am
Tues & Thurs:  8am

Wed:  Noon


Mass times in our Family of Parishes

Assumption:  Sat: 3:00pm, Sun: 9:30am

Mother of Christ:  Sun: 11:15am

St. Bartholomew:  Sat: 5pm, Sun: 11:15am

St. Clare:  Sun: 8:30 & 10:30am

St. Vivian: Sat: 3pm, Sun: 9:30am

November 19th
Thirty-third Sunday
in Ordinary Time

Celebrant: Fr. Bob Thesing


Archbishop's letter regarding the passage of Issue 1

Archbishop's video regarding the passage of Issue 1

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Fr. Bob explains The Synod on Synodality, Pope Francis' worldwide multi year listening process for the future of the Church.

"The Loves I have Lost" by Alica Fruhwaldova

Alica and her daughter Miriam talk about Alica's book The Loves I Have Lost, an extraordinary true story of a family's heroic triumph during the Holocaust. Affected by the racial persecutions of World War II, their story is one of heavy loss, profound fear and inconceivable suffering. At the same time, it is about the beauty of human strength and the power of perseverance. Of courage and bravery.

A discussion about life in Ukraine with Marta & Winston

Shortly after the one year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, St. Bernard hosted an informal sharing by Ukrainian Marta Yeremenko and her husband, American Winston Ware.  Learn about their  experience, the country and its people and the impact of the war - up close and personal.  

Our Vibrant Faith Community


St. Bernard Parish has been a vital community of faith and worship for over a century, responding to the evolving realities of Church and society in faith, hope and love.


A significant element of our 100th Anniversary Year involved renovation of our annex building. We have made some major improvements, adding 2 new HVAC systems, updated restrooms, interior and exterior painting, and sound deadening acoustic panels. We would like to add new flooring and update the library room.
We have renamed the annex the “Shappelle Center” in honor of Fr. Jim, who was our longest serving pastor and whose ministry knew no boundaries.  Please consider a donation to help fund these critical renovations as we look  forward to enjoying our new community space.

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