We, the faith community of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish of Caseville, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, seek to hear the word of God and live accordingly. We endeavor by our life's activities to reach out to our parish community and the world at large to realize the message of Christ for unity and peace.
We ask all parishioners and visitors to wear a mask when attending Mass or when stopping in at the Parish Office. If you do not have one or forget yours we do have some available at the doors of the church. Thank you.
Coats for Kids - Distribution
If you know a child in the Caseville area that is in need of a coat for the fast approaching winter, please share the following information. Coats will be distributed at the Caseville United Methodist Church on:
Friday, October 23 - 2:00PM-5:00PM
Saturday, October 24 - 10:00AM-12:00PM
Box of Joy
A Box of Joy is a Christmas blessing that says, "God loves you, and so do I!"
Follow these simple steps....
1. Get a box (available at the Parish Office)
2. Shop for items to fill the box
3. Donate (include a check for $9 made out to Cross Catholic Outreach - this covers shipping and a small donation to Catholic ministries)
4. Return box to the Parish Office by Nov 7
If you would like to participate but are unable to shop yourself, you can create a box online by going to https://crosscatholic.org/box-of-joy/create-a-box/
Faith Formation Meeting
Parent meeting Saturday, November 7th at 10:00AM in the Parish Center.
News and Events
Take Your Journey of Faith
Saturday 5:00 PM - St. Roch Church, Caseville
Sunday 8:30 AM - St. Roch Church, Caseville
10:30 AM - St. Francis Borgia, Pigeon
Wednesday 10:00 AM - St. Francis Borgia
Thursday 10:00 AM - St. Roch Church
1st Friday of Month (Adoration) - 9:30 AM - St. Roch Church
"We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop."
"Charity may be a very short word, but with it is tremendous meaning of pure love, it sums up man's relation to God and to his neighbor."
St. Aelred of Rievaulx