St. Clare Catholic Community
Mission, Vision, Strategy & Values


Mission: We, St. Clare Catholic Community, bring love and the teachings of Christ to all, locally and globally through,

*Loving God
          *Loving & Serving Others

*Forming Disciples

*Encouraging Lifelong Faith Formation

Vision: Is to make church matter, by growing as disciples, who are growing disciples.

Strategy: Creating a worship experience is central to our strategy; music, message and ministries work together to create an environment of energy and excellence in which all feel welcome.

Our Values:


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  Upcoming Opportunities:

  • Volunteer liturgical ministers are needed for Ash Wednesday (Feb. 10), the Triduum (March 24-26), and Easter Sunday (March 27).  Sign up here.
  • Feb. 21, 24, 28, and March 1 training sessions for new lectors and Eucharistic ministers.  Choose one option per ministry.  Click here to register.


St. Clare Parish 2016 Lent Schedule

Ash Wednesday - February 10 
8:00 am Mass                       Askeaton
2:00 pm Service of Ashes       Wrightstown                       
5:30 pm Mass                       Wrightstown
6:30 pm Mass                       Greenleaf

Parish Reconciliation Service - Thursday, February 11, 6:00 pm, Wrightstown
Priests are also available for individual confessions every Saturday (excluding Holy Saturday), at 3:00 pm at Wrightstown, as well as by appointment.

Soup, Substance & Stations       
                Soup is Served                                6:00 pm 
                Presentation by Guest Speaker           6:30 pm
                Stations of the Cross                        7:00  pm

Thursday, February 18, Greenleaf – Diane & Leroy Rukamp – 
       Spiritual growth as a result of the Koinonia experience
Thursday, March 3, Askeaton – Fr. Tim Shillcox, O.Praem –
      Responding to a Call For Mercy
Thursday, March 17, Wrightsown – Alexia Wood, Director of   
      St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter – Responding to
      God’s Call in Community Service

Stations of the Cross     
You are invited to join any of these groups in praying the Stations.

Prepared by Parish              
     Thursday, February 18                   7:00 pm Greenleaf
     Thursday, March 3                        7:00 pm Askeaton
     Thursday, March 17                      7:00 pm Wrightstown

 Prepared by Religious Ed  
     Wednesday, February 24               7:30 pm Greenleaf
     Wednesday, March 16                   4:15 and 7:15 pm Wrightstown

 Prepared by St. Clare School             
     Fridays, February 12 & 26             2:00 pm Wrightstown
     Fridays, March 4 & 18                  2:00 pm Wrightstown
Shadow Stations 
    Wednesday March 23                    1:30 & 6:00 pm Wrightstown

Weekend Mass
The Lenten theme of God’s Word and Sacrifice at all the weekend liturgies should not be lost among everything else that goes on during Lent. Try to keep Mass attendance an important priority.  Let us celebrate liturgy together:  Saturday evenings, 4:00 at Wrightstown and 7:00 at Greenleaf; Sunday mornings, 8:00 Greenleaf, 9:00 Wrightstown, and 10:00 Askeaton.

CRS Rice Bowl Project   
This annual, Catholic Lenten outreach encourages us to focus our prayer, learning and sharing with others in the poorest countries of the world.  Fr. Pat Malone, a national Catholic Relief Services spokesman, will preach at all Masses Feb. 13-14 to kick off the outreach.

Lenten Small Groups    
Join in discussion, prayer & sharing on the Spiritual & Corporal Works of Mercy.  If you have missed the opportunity to sign up, please contact the parish office ASAP to assure materials.   Groups will meet at various locations, days, and times each week during Lent. (SIGN UP BY January 20.  See above)

Black Book of Meditations for Lent
Available at the three churches prior to Lent.

Holy Hours
Tuesday, February 16, 6:30 pm, Wrightstown
Tuesday March 15, 6:30 pm, Askeaton

Mass with Anointing of the Sick
Thursday, April 21 – 10:00 am Wrightstown; lunch will follow

RCIA Rites          
Join St. Clare’s RCIA candidates, Sue Frank and Laura Bartoszek in RCIA Rites as they continue their journey in anticipation of full reception into the Church.  The named rites are held during Mass.
           Rite of Calling to Continuing Conversion - Sunday, February 21 at 8:00 am Mass
           Penitential Rite - Sunday, February 28 at 9:00 am Mass

Triduum Services:          
March 24    Holy Thursday of the Lord’s Supper
                      7:00 pm, Wrightstown
March 25    Friday of the Passion of the Lord
                      3:00 pm, Wrightstown
March 26    Easter Vigil in the Holy Night
                      8:00 pm, Wrightstown
March 27    Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
                      8:00am Greenleaf, 9:00am Wrightstown, 10:00am, Askeaton



Weekend Masses

4:00 pm - Wrightstown Site
7:00 pm - Greenleaf Site

8:00 am - Greenleaf Site
9:00 am - Wrightstown Site
10:00 am - Askeaton Site

Weekday Masses
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