Fr. Anh Tran - 360-829-6515
Part time position available
Physical & Mailing Address:
211 West Mason Ave.
Buckley, WA 98321
Tuesday - Friday, 9:30am - 1:30pm
You can also contact any of our staff by going here.
Tue & Thu & Sat - 8:30am
Sat - 5:00pm
Sun - 10:30am
Check bulletin/website for details
8:30am followed by Adoration until 10:am
Rosary - Starts 30 min. before mass
Sat - 4:00pm - 4:45pm
First Tues - 9am -10am
211 West Mason Ave.
Buckley, WA 98321
Tue - Fri 9:30am - 1:30am
Our church and bathrooms are wheel chair accessible.
If you have a prayer request, please go here and it will be presented to the priest so he can remember your request in his private mass.
Our parish goal for 2023 is $25,010
Thank you for your gifts in 2022 of $32,444.00
Why support the Annual Catholic Appeal? Your donation supports Catholic parishes and outreach ministries like Mental Health, Grief, Inclusion for people with different abilities, Prison ministry, Hospital chaplains, Seafarer ministries, and many more.
Hear directly from ministry leaders about how the Annual Catholic Appeal keeps ministries alive and thriving across the Archdiocese of Seattle.
You can make a donation or make a payment on ACA2023 here...
Contact the office: 360-829-6515
Thank you for your generous support of the Annual Catholic Appeal. We couldn’t do it without you. If you haven’t donated, there is still time. Go here to give today...
What does it mean when we talk about“The Spirituality of Stewardship?” Find out here as Archbishop Etienne explains in his video.
Your Stewardship pledge is just one way we express our discipleship as followers of Jesus Christ. As disciples of Jesus Christ, our response to God’s abundant generosity is one of immense gratitude. Your Stewardship of Treasure renewal for the coming year supports St. Aloysius and continues the mission that defines who we are and what we do. Please return your 2023 pledge card today in the collection basket, to the parish office, through the mail or go online here to complete your pledge.
The U.S. government's bigotry toward pro-life Americans is at an all-time high.
The sudden persecution and targeting of 40 Days for Life are an attack on free speech for all Americans--including abortion supporters. We will continue to fight (and defeat) absurd laws that prevent having a pro-life opinion in public near an abortion facility.
On Tuesday's Roe Is Dead video webcast, we'll break down why 2023 will be the year of free speech.
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Thank you for pledging $175,496 towards our GOAL of $218,052.00. Total cash received towards goal our is 72%, $156,401.00. St. Aloysius has received 15% of this amount, and once we reach the GOAL, our rebate will increase to 85%! Thank you for your generosity and for continuing to make donations to fulfill your pledge. You may make a new donation at any time by going here…
Please utilize our parish's subscription to FORMED.org
FORMED.org is a revolutionary online platform that provides access to the best Catholic audio talks, movies, ebooks, and video based studies from trusted providers like the Augustine Institute, Ignatius Press, Catholic Answers, the Knights of Columbus, St. Paul Center, Sophia Press and more!
We are excited to announce that our parish has subscribed to an exciting new online platform. Create a personal account and start enjoying the best Catholic content all in one place! Catholic Content including movies, lectures, books children's' programming and more - and It’s Free!
FORMED.org provides amazing content 24/7 for you to grow in your faith. It’s FREE and now EASIER THAN EVER to Register!
- Go to formed.org and click on sign up (only works in Chrome, Firefox, and MS Edge).
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- Select your parish (using zip 98321 is quicker).
- Register with your name and email address.
- Check that email account for a link to begin.
- Contact the office with questions.
St. Joseph: Our Spiritual Father
While the Gospel has not preserved any of his words, his actions have resounded through the ages. Joseph of Nazareth stands out as the model par excellence of Christian virtue, a brilliant example of obedience to God and trust in Divine Providence. His role as protector of families in the difficulties of life and Patron of the universal Church has never been more clearly needed. Now, the Church is seeking to deepen its understanding of the Guardian of Jesus and of the Holy Family. Featuring interviews with leading experts and theologians, in addition to powerful first-hand testimonials — St. Joseph: Our Spiritual Father provides viewers with a glimpse into one of the most incredible lives in all of human history — a figure whose spiritual fatherhood remains open to all of us. Watch here...
Consecration to Saint Joseph
The Augustine Institute Show - 03/15/22 - Fr. Donald Calloway
How do Catholics make a consecration to Saint Joseph? Ben Akers fills in for Tim Gray on this week's episode of the Augustine Institute Show to celebrate Saint Joseph! Father Donald Calloway, author of Consecration to Saint Joseph, will discuss ways we can grow in our relationship with this powerful saint. Watch here...
Forgiven: The Transforming Power of Confession, explores the grace and healing offered in Confession and shows how this sacrament of mercy reveals the depth and bounty of God's love. By looking at God's revelation of his mercy in Scripture and making a step-by-step examination of the Rite itself, Forgiven communicates God's invitation to each one of us to come experience his indescribable love in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The season of Advent is a perfect time for spiritual renewal through encountering God’s mercy in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Presence: The Mystery of the Eucharist
Although the Eucharist appears to be simple bread and wine, it is actually the "source and summit" of the Christian life. Presence: The Mystery of the Eucharist explores the truth and beauty of Christ's real presence in the Eucharist, from its origins in Sacred Scripture, to its profound role in the life of the Church and her members. Go here to see the crescendo of the entire story of salvation.
The Search // Episode 5 // Who is Jesus? The most beautiful part of this story is this we can know God's love, personally. This is the person of Jesus. But how did this seemingly insignificant carpenter born into poverty in a dusty corner of the Roman Empire become the most pivotal figure in all of history? Christianity isn’t simply a philosophy for life – the center of Christianity is a person. We look at the life of Jesus and what he came to do. Ultimately, we need to decide if Jesus really was who he said he was. We can’t sit on the fence. Because if Jesus really was who he said he was, we need to make him the Lord of our lives, and everything changes.
The Search // Episode 6 // Am I Saved? What Jesus did for us through his life, death and resurrection was the greatest act of love in history. He saved us. He did this for each one of us. Personally. But some might feel unworthy of this gift of love. We may feel we have too much baggage. We may feel unlovable. But God didn’t come to reveal himself to us on a pedestal, he came to enter into our messy human condition. To fix us from within. To transform us from the inside out. Some might be surprised by how generous the love of God really is. We don’t deserve God’s love, but that’s the amazing reality of God’s mercy. This relationship with God isn’t all about our love for Him. It’s about His love for us that changes our lives forever.
Preaching is a priority to Archbishop Etienne's episcopal ministry. His blog is an effort to engage and serve you, God's faithful people. Enjoy your visit! https://www.archbishopetienne.com/
Please go here to read the recent Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Etienne - The Work of Redemption, Eucharistic Belief and Practice in the Archdiocese of Seattle
Pray the Rosary with the Archdiocese of Seattle from Archdiocese of Seattle
Please visit the Northwest Catholic pertaining to Archbishop Etienne voting against U.S. bishops’ proposed document on the Eucharist
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the most holy Eucharist. I love you above all things, and I desire to receive you into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace you as if you were already there and unite myself wholly to you. Never permit me to be separated from you. Amen.
Q. What do I do if I cannot go to confession or receive Holy Communion because of the Coronavirus?
A. In the circumstances of public Mass being suspended and Lenten penance services being canceled, there are devotions that enable you to receive forgiveness of your sins (under certain conditions) and the consolation of the grace of the Eucharist. These devotions have been encouraged by the church in times of great distress and have been practiced by the saints.
Our resource on Perfect Contrition & Spiritual Communion can be found and downloaded from here...
A statue of St. Aloysius Gonzaga carrying a plague victim in his arms is seen on the campus of Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. (CNS photo/courtesy Gonzaga University). Read more here...
NORTHWEST CATHOLIC is a gift of faith to every registered Catholic household in Western Washington. If you are currently registered at our parish you will receive NORTHWEST CATHOLIC at no charge. Questions? Call 206-382-4850 or 1-800-473-5641.
In 2017 St. Aloysius celebrated 125 years of religious service for Buckley, WA and its surrounding areas.
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