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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From the Pastor

World Marriage Day, Fr. Lydon Update, & St. Dominic Savio Feast Day

March 12th, 2017|0 Comments

From the Pastor: A few years ago, one of our parish families celebrated their 50th Wedding anniversary at the annual Marriage celebration at the Cathedral Basilica. They enjoyed it so much that they continue to go each year. This couple has some childhood friends who are also married, but fell away from the Church and the practice of the Sacraments (this was before the changes to the Mass in the 1960’s). So, this married couple from St. Dominic Savio decided to invite these friends to join them for Mass at the Cathedral for the celebration of World Marriage Day last [...]

Christmas Greetings, Dr. Amie Koenen, St. George Mass, & Christmas Giving Tree

December 24th, 2016|0 Comments

Dear Parishioners: On behalf of Fr. Lydon, Deacons Jim, John and John (retired), the parish office staff, Bob, Robin and Rose, I want to extend to everyone in the parish the warmest of Christmas greetings. God’s plan for our salvation took a dramatic and irreversible turn toward Victory when the Son of God became Man in Jesus, the Christ. With His coming into the world, He who is Light from Light, began that earthly journey which led ultimately to Calvary and His loving sacrifice for our salvation. The wood of the manger and the swaddling clothes that surround the infant [...]

Immaculate Conception, Sacrament of Confession, & Priest Shortage

December 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Dear Parishioners: The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception will be observed as a Holy Day of Obligation on December 8. We will have a Vigil Mass in church at 7pm on Wednesday, December 7. On Thursday, December 8, all Masses will be celebrated in the main church at 6:30, 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Let me encourage you to join us for daily Mass throughout the Advent season as a way to prepare spiritually for the celebration of Christmas. A beautiful community develops among those who are able to attend daily Mass. The Sacrament of Confession is another wonderful way [...]