Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 1:12 PM

Glorify God & Sanctify Souls

We welcome HOLY WEEK!!!

Please watch this video before you watch Mass! CLICK HERE

Palm SUNDAY MASS April 5, 2020

(NOTE: We are not allowed to distribute Blessed Palms until public Masses resume!) 

For Holy Week we will be Livestreaming the Triduum!

Holy Thursday Mass will be livestreamed at 7PM

Good Friday service will be livestreamed at 7PM

Easter Vigil Mass will be livestreamed at 8:45PM

All of these Masses and the Good Friday service will also be recorded and available for viewing lateer by clicking on the "Recoded Sunday Masses" button on this page.

Notice: The church building remains open from 7:00am to 5:30pm seven days a week for private prayer. There are no public Masses, Confession, or Adoration until further notice.  We will be enforcing social distancing in the church building and ask you to help us do this. If social distancing is not observed we will be forced to close the church building.

If you have a grave sacramental need, Fr. Nathe remains available. Call the office and press 7 when you reach our recorded message, and you will be directed to an answering service that will pass your need along to Fr. Nathe.  Click here to make for Sacramental Confessions when a priest is not available. 

Feeling sad about not being able to go to Mass-READ THIS to see it from a new perspective! Thank you to Bill Moran for sharing this article.

Like to learn? Want to learn more about COVID-19? Want to see how YOU can make a difference and save lives? READ THIS Thank you to John Shen for sharing this article.

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Out of concern for our parishioners, staff, and their families, our offices will be closed effective immediately and all in-person meetings & activities are canceled.  The Church will be open daily for people to come and pray from 7AM-5:30PM. Guidelines will be in place for parishioners to be 6 feet apart from each other while standing in line for confession. 

Please check back at our website for the most up-to-date information.  We also have links on our website to the weekly Mass by Fr. Nathe, as well as blogs and other information that is important to you.  

During this closure of our offices, our staff is shifting its focus to helping those of our parishioners in need to the best of our ability.  The only way we can do this is if you let us know what your needs are.  We also need to know if there are any parishioners who are able to help those in need - please let us know that you can help.  Do this via email or the contact form on our website.  Email addresses for the staff can be found under the contact tab on the upper right corner of our website.

For more information on how to set up and manage online giving, please click on this link:

Let's all use any extra time we might have to deepen our prayer and spiritual life and to help our fellow neighbors and parishioners.

Staying Close to Jesus 

In addition to streaming the Mass on Sundays, retaining Confession and Adoration, and keeping the church open, we are exploring a variety of ways to stay connected to you and help your spiritual needs. As we add to these programs, the list below will be updated: 

Noon Angelus

Bishop Mueggenborg, one of the Auxiliary Bishops of the Archdiocese, has suggested that Catholics in the Archdiocese take time at noon to pray the traditional Angelus prayer and a prayer to Our Lady of Seattle for the end of the coronavirus epidemic. Our Business Manager Kevin Greenlee will be live streaming these prayers daily at noon and invites you to join. 

The prayers will be streamed through Facebook Live on our parish Facebook page. You do not need a Facebook account to view the stream. Facebook may prompt you to create an account, but you can simply say "Not Now" and watch the video. 

Download Noon Prayers

Evening Prayer 

Our Business Manager Kevin has for several years been leading a monthly Evening Prayer group. To help those at home stay close to Jesus, he is taking this ministry online and making it more frequent. Join him and his wife Katelyn Monday through Thursday at 5:00pm for Evening Prayer. 

The prayers will be streamed through Facebook Live on our parish Facebook Live page. You do not need a Facebook account to view the stream. Facebook may prompt you to create an account, but you can simply say "Not Now" and watch the video. 

Download This Week's Evening Prayers Here



Welcome to Holy Redeemer.  As a growing, traditional Catholic parish, we seek to provide a welcoming, humble and intimate atmosphere worthy of God’s Holy Presence.  Employing the Gospel teachings of Holy Redeemer Catholic ParishChrist, we are committed to strengthening personal spirituality while developing Christian values through on-going religious education.  Through the Holy Spirit we foster stewardship of time, talent, and treasure to extend God’s love within our parish and the community.  We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people.  Email us.

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Church Open:

Daily 7am-5:30pm

All are welcome for private prayer.

Please observe social distancing of at least six feet between people and help remind others to do the same.