Saturday - 5:00pm - St. Joseph's
Sunday - 8:00am - Holy Trinity
Sunday 10:00am - St. Mary's
Wednesday - 8:30 am - St. Joseph's
Thursday - 11:00 am - Pleasantview Home
Friday - 8:00 am - St. Mary's
(The times listed above are the regularly scheduled times. Please double-check the schedule inside the bulletin as times are subject to change.)
St. Mary Church
41 St. Marys St.
Riverside, IA 52327
Holy Trinity Church
571 Howard St.
Richmond, IA 52247
St. Joseph Church
210 11th St.
Wellman, IA 52356
Wed 9am-noon, 1pm-5pm
Thu 9am-noon, 1pm-5pm
To report child sexual abuse, contact the Iowa Department of Human Services Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-362-2178 and if it involves clergy or church personnel, also notify Alicia Owens, Victim Assistance Coordinator: 563-349-5002, PO Box 232, Bettendorf IA 52722-0004, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Eucharistic Adoration and Confessions are available 5:30pm every Wednesday at St. Mary's in Riverside. The Eucharist will be exposed for 30 minutes and you can come at any time.
09/21/18 12:21 am
Vatican City, Sep 20, 2018 / 05:21 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- All people have a responsibility to fight new forms of racism in the modern world, Pope Francis told more than 200 participants at a Rome-based conference this week.
“We are living in times in which feelings that many thought had passed are taking new life and spreading,” the pope said Sept. 20.Read More
09/21/18 12:08 am
Green Bay, Wis., Sep 20, 2018 / 05:08 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Bishop Robert Morneau, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Green Bay, has withdrawn from public ministry saying he regrets having failed to report the abuse of a minor, WBAY reported Thursday.
“I failed to report to local authorities an incident of abuse of a minor by a priest in 1979 and, as a result, this priest was able to abuse again several years later,” Bishop Morneau wrote in a letter to Bishop David Ricken of Green Bay, which WBAY says was published in The Compass, the Green Bay diocesan paper.Read More
09/21/18 12:00 am
New York City, N.Y., Sep 20, 2018 / 05:00 pm (CNA).- The Archbishop of New York said Thursday that while he has confidence in the way Pope Francis is handling the Church’s ongoing sexual abuse crisis, he has grown “impatient” while awaiting a decision from the pope on a request made by U.S. bishops more than one month ago.
Speaking at a press conference Sept. 21, Cardinal Timothy Dolan called for a formal investigation- an apostolic visitation- of the Church in the United States in response to allegations that have surfaced in recent months regarding decades of sexual immorality on the part of Archbishop Theodore McCarrick.Read More