Consider joining the Italian Dinner volunteer team for either shift by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by printing a form (CLICK HERE) -- or by picking one up in the vestibule and turning it into the Parish oﬃce or Sunday basket.
Join us Friday, February 17, 2017 beginning at 9:00AM in Dillon Hall for meatball rolling. We'll have some fun and and end with a potluck lunch!
RSVP to Mary White at 503-706-1568 and let her know you are coming and what you are able to bring to share at the potluck (main course is lasagna.)
Dear St. Ignatius Parishioners,
We are now accepting applications for new students for the 2017 – 2018 school year. If you or anyone you know is interested in learning more about St. Ignatius School, please call the office at 503.774.5533 and we will be happy to schedule a tour and answer any questions. You may also visit our website at www.stignatiusschool.org.
“In these challenging days, we renew our commitment to be bridge-builders between people of differing political views while also standing firmly for the values of the Gospel and of our Catholic Social Teachings.”
- Scott Santarosa, S.J. Provincial, Oregon Province & Michael Weiler, S.J. Provincial, California Province
Click HERE to read the full letter from Fr. Scott Santarosa, S.J., and Fr. Michael Weiler, S.J.
How do we live as Good News in our broken world?
Gather with the St. Ignatius Community this Lent for small group faith sharing opportunities that invite us to break this question open together. Choose from a variety of one session JustFaith gatherings (2, 4, and 8-hour time commitments) as well as Climate Change: Our Call to Conversion, a four-session group process.
Gatherings will be held March 12 - April 12. Find locations, dates, and sign-ups in the church vestibule, online (http://sipdx.org/lent), or by calling the parish office (503) 777-1491.
Click HERE for full details.
Click HERE for flyer.
Click on the link below to read the full article on how Portland's Catholic Charities has been affected by the recent Immigration Executive Order.
Consider supporting Catholic Charities with a special gift to our Refugee Resettlement Program and/or Immigration Legal Services. With your help, Catholic Charities has been “Welcoming the Stranger” as God’s children for many decades. Thank you for your help in the continuation of this good work.
In the coming weeks, Catholic Charities will be unveiling some specific new initiatives to protect immigrant and refugee families, educate the public about these issues and coordinate volunteer activities. Please stay tuned for an upcoming announcement.
More information about the work of Catholic Charities in the Portland community.
In response to the recent election, Fr. James Martin, SJ, offers the following article, published in "America" magazine.
Click the link to read:
In case of inclement weather, the Parish Office and School will follow the closures of Portland Public School system for weekdays and weekends. If there is a full-day closure, 8:00AM daily Mass will be canceled. Any events will be rescheduled. If there is a delayed start, 8:00AM daily Mass will be held.
Most importantly, we value your safety; please take care.
3400 SE 43rd Ave
Portland, Oregon 97206
Phone: (503) 777-1491
Fax: (503) 777-3142
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - Noon & 1:00 - 4:00pm
Friday 9:00am - Noon
3330 SE 43rd Ave
Portland, OR 97206
Phone: (503) 774-5533
Saturday, 5:00 PM Vigil Mass
Piano and cantor lead our congregation in song.
Sunday, 8:00 AM Mass
Early Morning Service
Piano or organ and cantor lead congregation in song. Childcare/Nursery available and Coffee and Donuts following.
Sunday, 10:30 AM Mass
Most popular among young families as it offers Children's Liturgy of the Word and childcare/nursery. Piano, guitar, and choir lead congregation in song. Children's Choir sings first Sundays. Coffee and Donuts following.
Sunday, 7:30 PM Mass
A spirit of quiet within a candle-lit, prayerful sanctuary; Incense. Piano, cantor, and various instrumental ensembles lead congregation in song and meditation. Most popular among visitors and adults.
Breaking Bread is the Missal used in our song selection: