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Posted on June 30, 2020 in: General News

From Monsignor Carr   “…through Your Son Our Lord  Jesus Christ, by the power and working of the Holy Spirit, You give life to all things and make them holy, and You never cease to gather a people to Yourself and make them holy….” - Eucharistic Prayer 3   Based on lessons learned and feedback gathered since public Masses resumed in spring of this year, clergy, parish administration, and the liturgy committee continue to work together so that our parish can safely worship together. Beginning with reservations for the Mass of the Solemn...

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We encourage and welcome everyone in our parish and local communities to come spend an hour in prayer before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, as part of celebrating the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Prayer, scripture readings, and music are expected to accompany this time of quiet reflection. Our annual Respect Life Holy Hour will be held in the church on Tuesday, January 26th, from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Weekday Tuesday Confessions will take place at the same time, in the Murphy Conference Room (located just off the Church Commons, inside).   Click to learn about the March for Life 2021. ...

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The next installment of the Saint Bridget "Friends of Music Concert Series," featuring organ playing by our very own parish Minister of Music, Allen Bean, is set for Friday, January 29th at 7:30 p.m.  Due to current gathering restrictions, this event will be pre-recorded and made available for your viewing pleasure through our parish YouTube channel and website (with the link added to this page as well).  We hope to soon be able to welcome our parish and community friends back for an in-person concert. Our next concert will feature our Cathedral organist, Daniel Sanez...

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Accepting Orders Now through February 2nd   Tired of lockdown leftovers? The Saint Bridget Knights of Columbus will be cooking up some freshly-made chili, and are now taking orders in preparation for Super Bowl LV Weekend. Proceeds go to Catholic scholarships for Saint Bridget School students along with other causes in support of the parish. Orders will be available for pick-up in the Saint Bridget Elementary School parking lot, on Saturday, February 6th, from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.  $10 per Quart $18 for 2 Quarts $4 per order of Cornbread Meatless options available too!   Click here ...

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Pastor's Office Wednesday, January 13th 2021      My dear Parishioners,      I pray that our celebration of the Lord’s Nativity touched you with the promise that God is always with us. Christmas is such a time of light as we live in a darkened world.      These quiet holy days have given me time to discern the mind of Christ for me. Thus, after 52 years of service and at 79 years of age it is time for me to step aside as your pastor. I will retire from active ministry this summer.      I do not know who will be assigne...

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The Saint Bridget Knights of Columbus Council 5476 invites all Catholic men to join us at our monthly "Into the Breach" video series and discussion via ZOOM. Our first meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 28th at 7 p.m. and will last approximately 45 to 60 minutes.   To Register: Please contact Sean Cox, Deputy Grand Knight at (757) 342-1273, or by email at Scox121@outlook.com. Sean will return to you instructions on how to get logged into Zoom prior to the night of the meeting.   What Will the Series Cover? In the past two decades, 14 million Catholics nationwide, and one in...

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Help Feed the Homeless and the Needy The Knights of Columbus will be hold their next parish food drive on Saturday, January 30th from 8:45 a.m. to Noon, in the parish parking lot. Food items and gift cards will be collected for the St. Peter Catholic Church Food Pantry. Please help fill their food pantry in this time of need. Thank you again for your wonderful generosity!

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The Bible Timeline – The Story of Salvation Have you ever tried reading the bible and given up after only a short time? On Monday January 18th we will begin a study that will help us to read the Bible in a way that will show us see “the big picture”. We will explore the biblical narrative in light of Catholic teaching and the historical, cultural, and literary context of the Scriptures to discover what they reveal about God’s plan and our place within it. This journey will take us through twelve historical periods described in fourteen books of the bible. This fascinating and remarka...

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New Women's Bible Study with Bishop Barron Wednesday, January 6th at 9:30 a.m. via Zoom   Course Description:  Using six stories from the Bible, Bishop Barron demonstrates how ordinary, sinful people are met by Jesus and called to a better life through him. Conversion is not so much a one-time event, but a life-long process of focusing our attention and energy toward an ever-deepening relationship with Christ. Bishop Robert Barron illuminates six biblical stories of conversion, demonstrating how six ordinary people, just like you, were met by Jesus where they were and called to a better life throu...

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This Lent, Saint Bridget parish invites all men seeking authentic freedom to join their brothers in Christ for Exodus 90, which will kick off on January 4th.    Exodus 90 is a 90-day spiritual exercise that gives Catholic men a clear path for the journey to freedom through prayer, asceticism, and support. More than 30,000 men around the country have made the Exodus and transformed their lives. You can too!   For more information and to enroll in Exodus 90, please email Pierre Morel at pierremorel7@gmail.com. The deadline to enroll is January 3rd.         ...

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Remember our parish family when considering a Year-End Charitable Gift! Consider this year’s tax changes included as part of the CARES Act when making a Year-End Charitable gift. As always, work closely with your tax and legal advisors to determine how any particular strategy will affect your overall tax situation.   Gifts of stock, cash, check or donations made via Online Giving must be received by the Church Office or postmarked by December 31st to qualify as a gift in 2020.   Click here to access Online Giving.   Contact Kimberly at (804) 525-7888 or klapkin@saintbridgetch...

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Advent Parish Mission 2020

Posted on November 04, 2020 in: General News

Click to register here!   Why: Advent is the time when the world prepares to celebrate anew the coming of Christ. Often, we lose sight of the point of this season because we get caught up in our preparations for Christmas and arrive at Christmas no more transformed or ready for the coming of Christ than we were at the start of Advent.   What: As a parish this year, we are hoping to prepare our hearts in a deep and profound way as we draw closer to the birth of our Savior.  We hope to experience true transformation in this powerful season by engaging with a new program from Ascension. This progr...

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Financial Peace University

Posted on August 17, 2020 in: General News

What is Financial Peace University? Looking for financial peace and hope in the midst of so much change and fear? Find the peace that so many others, including many in our own community, have found through Financial Peace University. This year, from October 8th - December 10th, Saint Bridget is hosting a 9-week course held Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. (will not meet the week of Thanksgiving) all about how to kick debt, plan for your future, and "live like no one else, so you can give like no one else." Whether you are a young adult struggling to pay off debt, a family trying ...

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John Davis (1938 - 2020) Click to access Funeral Mass live-stream. Click to access digital Mass leaflet.   "Mr. John 'Jack' Eli Davis, Jr., 81, of Glen Allen, passed away on September 7, 2020. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 60 years, Sonia Davis. He is also survived by his daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Billy Garvey and Laura and Charles Sims. He will be missed by his six grandchildren and their spouses, who lovingly called him "Paco," Sarah and Chase Bailey, Katie Garvey, Kristen Garvey, Michael and Claire Sims, Jack Sims and Kyle Sims." Clic...

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The Office of Vocations will be hosting discernment gatherings for young men who would like to discern the call to priesthood.  If you would like to attend please e-mail vocations@richmonddiocese.org or call (804)-359-5661 and request to speak with the Vocations Office.   Informal Discernment Gatherings First Saturday of every month. Usually begins with 10 a.m. Mass followed by a social event and lunch   Mount Tabor Days – Men’s Vocation Retreats, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. September 19: Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, Williamsburg  October 17: St. Patrick Chu...

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Are you an adult who has never been Baptized? Are you baptized, but looking to receive First Communion or Confirmation? Are you just curious about the process of becoming Catholic? We are here to walk with you and help you discern where the Lord is calling you!   The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) process is intended as a journey where we walk with you as you discern with Christ whether you are being called to join or continue your faith walk in the Catholic Church.   We are here as a resource and to support you! If you have questions or would like more info abo...

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Thursday, August 27, 2020   Dear Friends, We hope that you have found time for rest and relaxation during these summer months as we prepare for a busy fall and new school year! Our Religious Education pastoral staff are planning programs for all ages with exciting new beginnings – all while operating under proper safety protocols. The parish liturgy committee, pastoral staff, and maintenance staff work together to make sure Mass is celebrated in a safe environment and available live-streamed. Our vibrant Music Ministry continues to inspire, and Allen Bean has finalized plans for this coming se...

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Pastor's Office Tuesday, August 25, 2020   Dear Parishioners,  The parish keeps all educators and those on the front-lines of the pandemic in our prayers each and every day – thank you, you are our heroes!  As we continue to support one another as a parish family, we especially pray for all of our teachers, parents, and students returning to school, in-person or virtually.  This coming school year will no doubt hold many challenges. However, as people of faith, we remain confident that God is with us to meet every one of those challenges. I, a...

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As the 2020-2021 school year begins, on Tuesday, August 25th, let us keep our Saint Bridget School teachers, students, families, and all those going back to school this year in our prayers, that they stay healthy and that their learning be fruitful.    In order to keep our parishioners and students healthy with Saint Bridget School's reopening, the doors in the Commons leading to the back hall will be closed, as the school will use that area for student drop-off and pickup. Additionally, during weekdays, the bathrooms will be closed. Although they are open during our Sunday Mass schedule, we strongly...

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Saint Bridget Catholic Church
6006 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, Virginia 23226

Office: (804) 282-9511
Fax: (804) 285-7227

Priests' Residence:
Monsignor Carr (804) 282-9318
Fr. Tochi Iwuji (804) 551-0592
Fr. John Christian (804) 551-0473
parishmail@saintbridgetchurch.org

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Mass Schedule

Tuesday:
Reconciliation: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. (in the Murphy Conference Room)

Saturday:
Reconciliation: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. (in the Murphy Conference Room)

Sunday:
Mass live-streamed at 9 a.m.

Daily:
Masses live-streamaed at 9:30 a.m.

 

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