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St. Dominic Savio Parish was founded in 1956.

Created out of four existing parishes, St. Dominic Savio was designed to be a parish for the neighborhood community. Today, that atmosphere of parish family and neighborhood community is still flourishing. St. Dominic Savio is a vibrant parish, thriving with much activity. Our parishioners are living examples of true Christian love. They are supportive of each other, reach out to each other and work together to fulfill the gospel mandate of Jesus Christ.

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Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
Thank you for visiting our website. We are a Catholic community. We embrace a life of knowing, loving and serving God through one another after the example and the teaching of Jesus Christ. The celebration of the Holy Eucharist is our deepest value…

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From the Pastor

God is with us, Parish Purgatorial Society, and Let’s Welcome Mrs. Patricia Adolph

October 14th, 2017|0 Comments

During a time of national upheaval and personal loss (the death of his wife), the prophet Ezekiel, was asked by the people, “Will you not tell us what all these things are supposed to mean for us?” One thing I love about the people of the Old Testament is their well-founded belief that God is a part of whatever is going on in their lives, whether what is happening is for their weal or woe. While it is not always easy to see clearly what God is up to in our lives, we have to believe that what is happening [...]

Goals and Committees for Designing a More Vibrant Parish

October 7th, 2017|0 Comments

Dear Parishioners, Shock, sadness, anxiety and grief are normal reactions when we hear difficult news we weren’t expecting. I am hesitant to use the “hurricane” metaphor, because our brothers and sisters inHouston, Florida and Puerto Rico know what a real hurricane is like and what we are experiencing in the proposed reorganization of our religious and spiritual lives hardly compares with how their lives have been devastated. On the other hand, the call to reorganize the parish life of St. George and St. Dominic Savio is a kind of mini-hurricane. There isn’t any loss of life or property, but established [...]

Designing a Stronger, More Vibrant Parish for the Future.

September 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Dear Parishioners, Shock, sadness, anxiety, and grief are normal reactions when we hear difficult news we weren’t expecting. I am hesitant to use the “hurricane” metaphor because our brothers and sisters in Houston, Florida and Puerto Rico know what a real hurricane is like and what we are experiencing in the reorganization of our religious and spiritual lives hardly compares. On the other hand, what we are experiencing in the call to reorganize the parish life of St. Dominic Savio and St. George is a kind of mini-hurricane. There isn’t any loss of life or property, but established routines are [...]

Visioning Team Updates

Parish Visioning Meeting Update: Next Steps

October 7th, 2017|0 Comments

The parish vision team hosted two vision meetings in the last two weeks of September. At the meetings, the vision team presented a proposal for a future model that would include one combined parish with two campuses. The St. George campus would be the center for Worship and Outreach, the St. Dominic Savio Campus the center for Education and Life Long Faith Formation. The parishioners of St. Dominic's and St. George were able to react to the proposal, offering concerns, opportunities, and alternative ideas. Parishioners were invited to sign up for planning committees which will work to create a plan [...]

Designing a Stronger, More Vibrant Parish for the Future.

September 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Dear Parishioners, Shock, sadness, anxiety, and grief are normal reactions when we hear difficult news we weren’t expecting. I am hesitant to use the “hurricane” metaphor because our brothers and sisters in Houston, Florida and Puerto Rico know what a real hurricane is like and what we are experiencing in the reorganization of our religious and spiritual lives hardly compares. On the other hand, what we are experiencing in the call to reorganize the parish life of St. Dominic Savio and St. George is a kind of mini-hurricane. There isn’t any loss of life or property, but established routines are [...]

You’re Invited to Attend a Parish Vision Meeting!

September 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Dear Parishioners of Saint Dominic Savio & Saint George, ALL PARISHIONERS FROM BOTH PARISHES ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A PARISH VISION MEETING to hear more details about the current realities of our parishes as well as a proposed plan for moving forward. We value your input and ask your ideas on howto create a dynamic future for Catholics in this area. I have been pastor of both St. Dominic and St. George since the parishes were ‘twinned’ in January. Fr. Robertson & Fr. Mike Lydon, as well as Deacon John Beckman and Deacon Len Siesel, were also assigned to work [...]

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