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Go and make disciples of all nations... (Matthew 28:19)

  Peter's Pence Collection

          June 25-26

Participation in the Peter’s Pence Collection gives us an opportunity be a witness of charity to our brothers and sisters around the world. Gifts to this annual collection help our Holy Father, Pope Francis, to support victims of war and natural disasters and help those most in need of assistance.

Join Pope Francis and be a witness of charity in the world.



Building a Habitat for Humanity House in Honor of


Holy Disciples is joining Catholic Parishes throughout Pierce County to sponsor a Habitat for Humanity house in celebration of the Year of Mercy. read more 
For photos and story in Northwest Catholic (which features one of our parish volunteers) click here

Our Jubilee Year of Mercy Parish Prayer view

Pope Francis released a letter in which he describes his hopes for how people will benefit from the Indulgences of this Holy Year of Mercy. read more  

Pope Francis opens the Holy Door  view

56 Ways to Be Merciful During the Jubilee Year of Mercy

Fr. Matthew's Reflection on the Holy Year of Mercy  Column of December 13


Sunday Afternoon at Tanwax Lake!
          July 31

This summer we are uniting with our friends at Our Lady of Good Counsel and celebrating a joint Parish Picnic at Camp Lakeview on the north end of Tanwax Lake.
        Join us for Food - Fun - and Festivities!

VBS - August 1 - 4 (Monday thru Thursday)

Our Vacation Bible School this summer takes place in the afternoons between 1:00 and 4:30.  Registration forms are in the back of Church or available at the parish office.  Cost is $30 per child with a max of $60 per family. You do not need to be a parishioner of Holy Disciples to participate. All are welcome!

Read More about Our Parish​   

The Northwest Catholic Magazine published an article about our hat drive!

Holy Disciples supports the Archbishop's Annual Catholic Appeal

Our Youth Outreach Team put on a Pancake Breakfast to help fund their summer Mission Trip.



Holy Disciples' Faith Ensemble Music CD


"Be Still... Have No Fear"  more information


HAP Coordinator Position Open

       Help Wanted:     read more

Read the Latest from the Archdiocesan Missions Office

This month's Newsletter: view

Seeking Photos for the Parish Website

If you have digital photos of our parish building and grounds or of any parish event, we would very much like to use them on our website. Please send them to us as an attachment to an email.

    View the photos we have already recieved.




Event Calendar



Mass Times

Saturday:  5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:30 AM
10:30 AM



Saturday                      3:30 PM
    Or by appointment with Fr.     Matthew (call parish office).

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - Noon
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Closed on Fridays.   


Twelfth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
(June 19)

Zechariah 12:10-11, 13:1
Galations 3:26-29
Luke 9:18-24

Thirteenth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
(June 26)

1Kings 19:16, 19-21
Galations 5:1, 13:18
Luke 9:51-62

Fourteenth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
(July 3)

Isaiah 66:10-14c
Galations 6:14-18
Luke 10:1-12,17-20


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Welcome New Comers!
Baptizing My Baby
Catholicism 101 Class
Fr. Matthew's Column
Knights of Columbus
Marriage Preparation
Tutoring Program (HAP)
Safe Environment Training

Word on Friday:
Bible Study
with Fr. Matthew

      On Summer Break!
Study will resume in the Fall

Saint of the Week

June 22—JOHN FISHER (1469-1535) and THOMAS MORE (1478-1535) were men of great integrity and staunch defenders of the Church during the reign of King Henry VIII of England.
Fisher, a Yorkshireman and priest, was a renowned preacher and teacher.  He later became chancellor of Cambridge University and bishop of Rochester.  More, a Londoner, was an outstanding humanist, lawyer, and family man.  His greatest work was Utopia, and he later became chancellor of England under his friend the king.
Both Fisher and More refused to support King Henry’s attempt to coerce the Church into granting him a divorce from his queen, Catherine of Aragon.  Their fate was sealed by refusing to swear to Henry’s Act of Supremacy, by which the king rejected the pope’s authority and claimed royal control of the Church in England.  Fisher and More were martyred by the king on June 22, 1535 and July 6, 1535, respectively.  More is the patron of lawyers, statesmen, and politicians.


Holy Disciples Catholic Church is located one block east of Meridian Ave (WA-161) which is very busy and often congested. We suggest you do as the locals do to avoid traffic: Read more


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