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  • Daily LentEN Reflections

    • Friends, today’s Gospel presents the Transfiguration of Christ. What is the Transfiguration itself? Mark speaks literally of a metamorphosis, a going beyond the form that he had. If I can use Paul’s...
  • STATIONS OF THE CROSS

    Join us each Thursday evening, beginning February 25 thru March 25 for Stations of the Cross at 6:00 pm.  Unfortunately we will not enjoy soup and bread afterwards due to the pandemic 
  • SPECIAL NOTICES

    MASKS REQUIRED - Bishop Vetter has affirmed that effective immediately, masks or face coverings must be worn in parish related indoor spaces open to the public in keeping with the directives of the State of Montana. This is a public health issue, we are seeking to ensure the safety and health of everyone.  Go directly to the Diocese website or to our Corona Virus Response page for complete information.

    The suspension of the weekend obligation for Mass  is still in effect; physical attendance is purely voluntary at this time. However, Mass is scheduled at our normal times of Saturday 4:30 and Sunday 9:00 and 11:00 being careful to observe safe, social distancing. 

    Our office and the Church are open from 9 to 1, Monday thru Thursday.  Please remember to use safe, social distancing when visiting and wear a mask.
     
  • Today's Readings

    • Reading I  Gn 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18
      Responsorial Psalm  116:10, 15, 16-17, 18-19
      Reading II  Rom 8:31b-34
      Gospel  Mk 9:2-10
  • Welcome to
    Holy Spirit
    Catholic Community
    Butte, Montana!

    Our parish began in 1978 when a community began gathering for Mass at the Home Atherton Fire Hall.  After worshiping in two other locations over the years, we eventually moved to our current home just in time to celebrate Mass on Christmas Eve, 1993.  (For more about our story, click above).

    You will find we are a vibrant community.  We have a wonderful diversity of ages, backgrounds, and interests; however, we are held closely to our Catholic faith, our belief in the risen Lord and the celebration of the Sacraments.  We strive to be a people
    of hospitality, joy and service.  It is our hope that everyone will feel welcomed in our parish, and that you will find support and encouragement on your journey of faith.  Again, welcome!