We invite you to consider becoming involved in the life and mission of St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church. The prayer for all who visit us here is that God will continue to bless and strengthen you with His abiding love and peace. Journeying as a Catholic community, we embrace the mission of Jesus Christ, striving to live and spread Jesus' message of love, sharing our gifts through discipleship, liturgical celebration, spiritual formation and outreach.

 

 

Please be aware of a scam that is hitting dioceses nationwide. 

 

If you receive an email from the parish’s pastor or a parish priest as the sender requesting you to purchase a gift card, rest assured it is a scam.

For more information see the announcement below.

 

           

 

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Our Students will be returning to school on Tuesday, August 21st.

There will also be a lot of activity planned on Monday, August 20th. 

Please be mindful when entering and exiting the parking lot on our campus.

Thank you,

St. Edward Staff

 

 

Join Fr. Don and other parishioners

September 13-20, for a Southwest Adventure; featuring the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon,and Zion National Parks.

Brochures available at church in the reading racks near the restrooms.

 

Announcements

  • Bishop Barry C. Knestout Statement on Charlottesville: A Year Later

    “As we draw closer to the weekend and the one-year mark of Aug. 12th which will once again draw national and local attention, I pray that it will not be approached with provocative rhetoric but rovide an opportunity for prayer and dialogue about racism, and the action needed to overcome it.”  “Racism is a sin. As the U.S. Bishops wrote in 1979 – ‘a sin that divides the human family.’ Prayer— individually and as a faith community — is a start in addressing racism and to help heal from the effects of racism, but it cannot be an occasional act and it shouldn’t be confined to one day.”  “It is my sincere hope that all remain safe in these coming days and throughout the weekend, and may the Holy Spirit be a source of strength and comfort for the families and friends who continue to mourn the loss of a loved one.”  “I pray that during this time when we are challenged by divisions that we commit to praying, listening, learning, thinking and working for peace, justice and an end to racism.”  “I ask all the faithful of the diocese to join me in asking for the intercession of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Patroness of the United States, to pray with me for unity and peace in our communities.”

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    You can read more of Bishop Knestout’s reflections in his “Christ Our Hope” column.

     
  • Cybercrime

    Cybercrime is hitting dioceses nationwide. If/when you receive an email that shows the parish’s pastor or a parish priest as the sender requesting you to purchase a gift card, rest assured it is a scam. Parishioners can and should contact the parish to verify the legitimacy of any suspicious request received through email. All cybercrime should be reported to the FBI at https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. It is up to the victim of cyber-crimes to file complaints.”

     
  • Sign up for 2018- 2019 Religious Education

    Sign ups for our religious education programs are underway.  The form is available under Important Forms.

     

Regular Mass Schedule
Saturday: - 5:00 pm
Sunday: - 7:15 am, 8:45 am,
                 11:15 am, 5:00 pm

Reconciliation
Saturdays: 4:00 pm
Daily Mass
9:00 am, M-F

 2700 Dolfield Drive
North Chesterfield, VA 23235
Phone: (804) 272-2948
Fax: (804) 560-3565

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