• Rosary Making

    St. Mary Parish Center

    Enjoy the company of friends and some snacks while flexing your crafting muscles to make rosaries which will be sent with our missionaries to the Dominican Republic next January. No special skills required. If you can count to 10, you can make a rosary! You need not be Catholic to join us, all materials and instructions will be provided. Last year's rosaries were much appreciated by the recipients and admired by the parishioners.

  • Women's Devotion Group

    St Mary's Catholic Church

  • Easter Party

    St. Mary Parish Center

  • Women's Devotion Group

    St Mary's Catholic Church

  • Adoration Night and St. Patrick's Day Party

    St. Mary Parish Center

    Join us after the 5PM Mass in the St. Mary Parish Center chapel for an hour of adoration followed by snacks and socializing. We'll start with a short guided meditation followed by time for private reflection and prayer. If you come late, please be quiet as you enter the building, as the chapel is very near the door, to respect the quiet reflection of others. Food and fun will follow in the library. All faiths or no faith welcome, all friends and family ages 18-35+ are welcome. Wear your green!

  • Women's Devotion Group

    St Mary's Catholic Church

    This group is designed for women to enhance their spiritual lives through scripture, conversation, and prayer. Come join a group where women 14 and older can grow closer to Jesus Christ. Please bring a snack to pass and your Bible.

  • Paul J. Kim Live in Racine

    The Branch At 1501

    7:00 Drinks and Appetizers 7:30 Paul J. Kim 8:30 Live music by Yole Free event, free parking in back. Free babysitting at Nearby St. Lucy's. See comments section for info! Whether you’re single with 100k in debt and addicted to Whole Foods; or married with a mortgage and a minivan that is filled with drooling bundles of joy; learning how to take on all of the responsibilities that adulthood requires can be overwhelming. From relationships & marriage, to finance, personal issues, career paths, and discovering the purpose of our lives / vocation… “Adulting” is not some option we can defer on for a more convenient time, but a necessity that we need to embrace. Thankfully, Christ offers us all the grace and wisdom to make this process not only possible but exciting and life-giving. In this series, Paul offers insight from Scripture, world-class authors & influencers, and personal experience (including his training in marriage & family therapy); on how to not only avoid making a hot mess of one’s young adulthood (and beyond) but to also thrive, succeed, and have a good laugh while living life to the full. Topics Covered Include: Relationships, Dating, & Marriage Vocational Discernment Dealing with Personal Issues Financial Peace & Debt Management Discovering One’s Purpose Catholic Spiritual Life A Catholic Millennial's Guide to Adulting 1. Where are you currently in your life stage? 2. What are your goals and your actionable steps to get there? 3. What is one area in your life that you want to grow in spiritually, personally, or professionally? SINGER, SPEAKER, INSPIRER ABOUT PAUL J. KIM Paul J. Kim is one of the most sought-after Catholic speakers in America. The way he presents is a rare gift to witness and has impacted people of all ages in nearly all 50 states and in several countries over the past decade. Moving his audiences from laughter in one moment, to deep reflection and prayer in another; Paul utilizes his many talents (i.e. music – beatboxing, comedy, inspirational talks) to communicate the Gospel message of Christ to people in a way that is engaging, entertaining, and altogether life-changing.

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  • Women's Devotion Group

    St Mary's Catholic Church

    This group is designed for women to enhance their spiritual lives through scripture, conversation, and prayer. Come join a group where women 14 and older can grow closer to Jesus Christ. Please bring a snack to pass and your Bible.

  • Movie Night: Silence

    St. Mary Parish Center

    We will be watching the movie Silence, directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Liam Neeson. All are welcome, ages 18-35+. Bring your friends, you need not be Catholic to join us! Here is the IMDB link: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0490215/ Please be advised that this movie contains some graphic violence, as it tells the story of the violent persecution of Catholics in Japan in the 17th century. We feel that the movie is still appropriate for those who are willing/able to expose themselves to these scenes as it furthers the story and lends to historical accuracy. Children are welcome at many of our events with their parents, but we ask that you not bring children to this event due to these graphic scenes.

  • Women's Devotion Group

    St Mary's Catholic Church

    This group is designed for women to enhance their spiritual lives through scripture, conversation, and prayer. Come join a group where women 14 and older can grow closer to Jesus Christ. Please bring a snack to pass and your Bible.