Welcome to our website
A very warm welcome to the St Charles Borromeo website! Here,
you'll find information about the
parish, its history,
schedules, bulletins and ministries... but there's much,
much more! Through Graces bestowed from Perpetual
Adoration, we've grown well rooted in our faith. It's our
desire to use this website to share our faith with you with many apologetics works, Bible Studies, and devotional
areas such as prayers and
information on the patron saints.
God bless you and please visit us often!
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The Advent Wreath
is a popular Advent tradition for families. The origin of this custom dates back to pre-Christian Germany and Scandinavia. The Advent season on the Liturgical Calendar dates back to the late 4th Century. There are numerous and varied explanations of the original symbolism associated with the physical makeup of the wreath. Learn more about the origins of the Advent Wreath and the family prayers associated with this tradition.
What is an Advent Wreath?
Advent Wreath Prayers
lessons for the entire three year cycle of the Liturgical Calendar with
the readings for the upcoming Sunday Mass, Holy Days of Obligation and
other special days in the liturgical calendar.
A number of Apologetic
Point Papers compliment our two on-line booklets
"The Truth" and "I'm Glad", diving deeper into topics of Catholic faith.
I'm Glad You Asked!
came from questions by parishioners about their faith. You'll be
surprised by the depth and breadth of these issues in this free on-line
are very powerful prayer partners! Do you know what Patron Saint best
meets your need for intercessory prayer? Our Patron Saint Index lists
saints by name, patronage & feast day.
The New Orleans Pelicans
Is it really such an unusual mascot for a professional sports franchise located in New Orleans? Yes, there is history with the New Orleans Pelicans semi-pro baseball team. And yes, the pelican is the state bird, prominently displayed on the state flag. But what you may not know are the Catholic roots of the Pelican as a symbol of Christ! Read more...