We are the Church of Christ the King, an assembly of Believers witnessing the real presence of the Risen Christ in our corner of the world, the corner of 51st and Zenith Avenue.
Wherever you are on your faith journey, you will find a warm welcome here - authentic, vibrant worship, and a place to grow in faith and love, where all are valued and no one is left behind.
We commit ourselves to God's reign of justice, love and peace through service to our community and the world. Please join us on this journey.
On October 23 and 24, we will offer the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick during our regular weekend Masses.
The Church’s Rite of Anointing tells us there is no need to wait until a person is at the point of death to receive the Sacrament. Rather, the Sacrament is available to anyone and everyone who, because of illness, age, or physical or psychological suffering, experiences a need for the sacred grace of God’s healing. “(The faithful) should be encouraged to ask for the anointing, and, as soon as the time for the anointing comes, to receive it with faith and devotion, not misusing the sacrament by putting it off.” (Rite of Anointing, nos. 11, 12,
Due to the increase of the Delta variant of COVID, we strongly encourage the wearing of masks for Mass.
NEWS & EVENTS
We extend our prayers and sympathy to the family and friends of Thomas (TJ) Carter who passed on October 9. His funeral is scheduled for Friday, October 15, at 10:30 am.
Pope Francis on October 10 officially launched the Vatican's two year synod process in an opening Mass where he urged the global Catholic church to master the "art of encounter." "Everything changes once we are capable of genuine encounters with Jesus and with one another, without formalism or pretense, but simply as we are."
Nadine Reiser, CTK Office Manager, announced her retirement, effective December 8. The position has been posted on the Archdiocesan website. It is a perfect part-time position that keeps you in touch with this wonderful parish. https://careers.archspm.org/jobs/administration-assistant/
REFLECTIONS WITH Fr. Bill
MASS & LITURGY TIMES
Weekend: Saturday, 4:30 pm
Sunday, 9:30 am
Daily Mass: 9:15 am, Tuesday - Friday
Reconciliation: Saturday, 3:30 pm or by Appointment
11am - 3pm, Monday - Thursday