Welcome to Saint Edward Catholic Church



Saint Edward

We welcome you in Jesus’ name and invite you to share fellowship with us after our Masses. Registration forms for new parishioners are available in the vestibule, the parish office and online here.  During weekend Masses, Hospitality Ministers are available in the vestibule to help answer any questions.

Upcoming Events

Saint Edward Calendar

Mass Times

Weekend Masses:
Vigil Mass Saturdays - 5:30pm English
Sundays - 8:15am, 10:30am English
Spanish Mass - 12:30pm

Weekday Masses:
Mondays (Communion Service) - 12:05pm
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays - 12:05pm
Wednesdays - 6:00pm

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
10:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday - Sunday


Call the office at 503-393-5323 for sacramental emergencies during business hours. For after hour sacramental emergencies, call 971-915-2924.

Because a priest cannot always be available, you are urged to notify the parish whenever anyone is seriously ill. Every effort will be made to assure that the sacraments are available before the situations become critical.

This Week's Pastor's Column

Working for What Endures

Pastor’s Column

25th Sunday Ordinary Time

September 18, 2016

 “The person who is trustworthy in very small matters is also trustworthy in great ones; and the person who is dishonest in very small matters is also dishonest in great ones.”                                              from Luke 16:1-13

            Christ reminds us in this Sunday’s gospel (Luke 16:1-13) that one day our money will fail us, and that we should invest it wisely and spiritually before it does come to an end. Money is something everyone needs, and a commodity almost no one has enough of. Yet it cannot actually buy us anything that really lasts, much less eternal life!

           I once read something that has stuck with me over the years, and it went something like this: “If you have ever inherited and slept in someone else’s bed, know that you will one day go the same way they did!” In other words, nothing on earth is permanent. This is something we all realize. But Jesus makes it clear that how we use the talents, gifts, money and opportunities that we have now will determine our position, responsibility and “wealth” in the world to come.

           We are all in the midst of a great hiring interview for our permanent home to come. Each of us on earth has been given a certain amount of time, known only to God, to complete our mission and to use what God has given us for his glory and the good of others. We don’t all have the same gifts, time, wealth or mission, and this is not what matters. All God asks of us is that we use what we have been given and the knowledge and faith we have received to the glory of God as best we can. Being faithful in small things matters. God notices everything. Every act of kindness, every small sacrifice, every way we have glorified God, especially by helping others, will have a great reward in the permanent and eternal world to come.

           The biggest fools on earth are the ones who endlessly pile up wealth for themselves, and have little or no regard for others. Such people are missing the whole point of life. God left us an instruction manual, the Scriptures, and our Church to help us interpret them. If we are not familiar with what the owner and creator of our world has in mind for our brief lifespans we run the risk of going very fast and accomplishing nothing, and all this because we didn’t follow the directions (the scriptures and the church) the Lord has given us.

                                                                                                                                                 Father Gary


Our Church Album

  • Chalices
  • Welcome to our Church
  • Sunset at Saint Edward
  • From the Altar
  • Archbishop Sample
  • Our Courtyard
  • The Eucharist
  • Altar at Christmas
  • Mass at Saint Edward
  • From our Balcony
  • Our Bells from Mount Angel
  • Wide Angle from Balcony
  • Church at Advent
  • Wide Angle from Altar
  • Wide Angle at Advent
  • Front of the Church
  • Side Angle of the Church
  • Church and Cross at Sunset
  • Cover Photo of Church
  • Cross at Sunset
  • Christmas Nativity Scene
  • Our New Church
  • Church from River Road
  • Cross at Sunrise
  • The Altar at Saint Edward
  • The Adoration Chapel
  • Our Baptismal Font



Daily Readings

Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, archangels

Reading 1 Dn 7:9-10, 13-14

As I watched:

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Wednesday of the Twenty-sixth Week in Ordinary Time

Reading 1 Jb 9:1-12, 14-16

Job answered his friends and said:

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Memorial of Saint Vincent de Paul, Priest

Reading 1 Jb 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23

Job opened his mouth and cursed his day.

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