ST. GERALD

CATHOLIC CHURCH

News and Information

Highlights of upcoming events, special mass times, announcements and more!

Mass Times & Sacraments

Join us for daily or weekend masses. You will also find reconciliation times, baptism and marriage information and more!

Register Online

New to St. Gerald? Welcome... we are so happy you are here! Click here to register as a new parishioner.

Teachings and Homilies

Hear the Good News! Feed your soul with multimedia learning resources.

Weekly Bulletin

Your number one source for news and events. Read the bulletin every week and learn about all we have going on at St. Gerald!

St. Gerald School

Come find out what our parents already know... learn more about our wonderful school!

Guardian Angel Auction

Take advantage of Early Bird Pricing, just $40 per person through December 31.
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Intro to Discipleship

What REALLY is a disciple and how can we make more? 3 interactive sessions! Click here for info or to sign up!

Parish Book Study

Prepare for the Healing the Whole Person conference at St. Gerald in July. Sign up or get more information here.

Led by the Holy Spirit, we are a Catholic community of faith whose primary purpose is to know Jesus, to love Him, and to serve Him in serving others. Sent to make disciples, we invite and welcome everyone to come and share our Master's joy.

Looking for opportunites to be a part of our mission? Explore what God may have in store for you!

Perpetual Adoration

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. Please consider committing to 1 hour of Adoration / week. You can go to the link above & click weekly commitment if you'd like to commit to an hour of prayer weekly. This web application allows scheduled adorers to find a subs very easily. If you cannot be an adorer at the time, then please sign up to be a sub using the link above.

SIGN UP FOR ADORATION

FR MICHAEL TUTORIAL VIDEO

Living Nativity - December 21, 2020

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. This year the Living Nativity will be held after the 5pm Mass on Saturday, December 21 at 96th & Q. There will be live animals, as seen at the original nativity!

We will also be displaying "family nativities" in the Fellowship Hall during this time. If you would like to showcase your family nativity, please contact Mary Hunt (402-651-1207). You can bring your nativity to the Fellowship Hall between 3-5pm on Saturday, December 21st and assemble for viewing. Please plan to pick up your nativity by 7:30pm that evening.

Also on showcase will be the Christmas posters that the children entered as part of the Knights of Columbus poster contest "Keep Christ in Christmas".

We are still in need of some assistance with the Living Nativity. This is a fun and beautiful event that is traditionally been done by middle schoolers! Please use the Sign Up Genius to help!
We need kids of all ages to play the roles of shepherds, wise people, and angels. We also need cookies for the cookies/hot chocolate reception after the Living Nativity in the Fellowship Hall. Please bring cookies to school office or parish office on Friday, December 20th by 3:00.

An evening full of events for the whole family to enjoy, including hot chocolate and cookies. For questions, please contact Deb True at 402-331-1955 or dltrue@stgerald.org.

Living Nativity Sign Up

Listening Session Follow Up Meeting Video


St. Gerald 2019 Annual Report

pdf The St. Gerald Finance Committee has published the 2019 Annual Report. Copies of the report are available at the Parish Office and online. If you have any questions please contact a member of the Finance Committee.
Jen Tselentis - 402.740.2410
Pat Garnatz - 402.250.4326
Mike Courtney - 402.968.4292
Peter Henning - 402.301.4400

Listening Session Videos


Fr. Mark's School of Prayer

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. In Matthew 21:13, Jesus tells us that "My house shall be a house of prayer". You and I, by virtue of our baptism into Christ are now God's house, God's dwelling place, God's temple of the Holy Spirit. In Luke 11:1, one of Jesus's disciples said, "Lord, teach us how to pray just as John taught his disciples." God created us for Himself, that we might come to know Him and the profound love that He has for each of us. As disciples of Jesus, it is absolutely essential that we be deeply grounded in Him (in Love) through a life of prayer. For without Him we can do nothing (John 15:5)!

If you would like to grow in your relationship with Jesus through a life of prayer, please join Fr. Mark every first Saturday of the month at the Lakeview chapel following the 8:15 Mass. Please bring a journal and pen.

Father Mark's Homily About Our New Vision and Mission


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Today's Mass Readings

Visit the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website and read today's mass readings, or listen to the readings by clicking on the play button below.

Online Giving

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Parish Calendar

Click here for a calendar of upcoming events.

Help Our Parish Educate

By purchasing gift certificates to various local vendors at no additional cost to you, you support our educational programs including 5 Day School, Family Formation, Youth Ministry, Adult Education, and the Parish Library. Click here to reserve your HOPE certificates online now.

St. Gerald Athletics

Visit our sports pages for information on St. Gerald athletic programs and events. Soccer Registration Open

Bible Verse of the Day


Looking to spend some more time with scripture? Follow a daily bible plan and read the entire bible in one year!

Update Your Information

The parish office maintains information on our registered parishioners. Please take a moment to submit your information so we can update our records. If you are not yet registered at St. Gerald, you are invited to register now.