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Welcome to St. Clement's
Roman Catholic Church...

Staffed by the Redemptorists since 1917

 

 




“Do not be men and women of sadness: a Christian can never be sad! Never give way to discouragement! Ours is not a joy born of having many possessions, but from having encountered a Person: Jesus, in our midst; it is born from knowing that with him we are never alone, even at difficult moments, even when our life’s journey comes up against problems and obstacles that seem insurmountable, and there are so many of them!”

Pope Francis, Palm Sunday 2013

 

In the name of our entire Parish Staff and all our parishioners, I welcome you to the parish website.

 

Here at St. Clement’s, we strive to worship together, love one another and offer ourselves in genuine Christian Service.  We pray that our love and desire to serve will flow into the wider community.

 

You will notice that St. Clement’s has been staffed by the Redemptorists Community since its founding in 1917.  The Redemptorists are a religious congregation founded by St. Alphonsus Liguori in Naples, Italy on November 9, 1732 to evangelize both the marginalized people in the city of Naples and also the goat herders in the countryside.   In 1832, 100 years after their Congregation was founded, six members sailed from Europe to the United States at the request of the American bishops. They initially worked with American Indians. The Redemptorists soon expanded their ministry to include other marginalized people, namely, Irish, German, and Slavik immigrants. They ministered to the needs of these people and opened parishes and schools for them frequently emphasizing the teaching of English which was often completely or only poorly known by these immigrant populations.  We priests, who serve you here, strive to live in the fellowship of religious vows and hope that spirit contributes to St. Clement’s special character.

 

Finally, if myself or anyone on the parish staff can be of any help to you, please feel free to call or email any of us. We are always available to assist you in every way possible.

 

I pray that God will bless you and your loved ones.  Once again, welcome to our faith community and may the peace of the Lord be with you always!

Fr. Paul Borowski, C.Ss.R., Pastor

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