Catholic Church
Ashland, Oregon

News & Events

Agnus Dei Kneeling Letter

Letter from the Archdiocese of Portland, Office of Communications May 1, 2018 Dear Faithful of the Archdiocese of Portland, Beginning on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ this year (June 3, 2018), Archbishop Sample has determined that during the celebration of Holy Mass, after the Lamb of God, the faithful will kneel. This change will unite us…

Now Hiring: Youth Minister

Youth Minister Position Open in Ashland, OR Our Lady of the Mountain Catholic Church in Ashland, Oregon, seeks a full-time Youth Minister to coordinate a comprehensive program for Catholic youth in grades 6-12, including faith formation, preparation for Confirmation, retreats, community service and social activities. Position duties will overlap with our college campus ministry as well. We offer a competitive salary in…

Cold and Flu Season

Flu Season and Mass Etiquette

During the cold and flu season, in an effort to minimize the spread of infection to all of us, but especially vulnerable individuals, all are encouraged to: not shake hands during the sign of peace (just a smile and nod is enough), not hold hands during the Our Father, forgo receiving the Precious Blood from the shared chalice, and remain at home if you…

Nativity

Christmas and Weekend Mass Schedule 2017

This year Christmas Day falls on a Monday. To fulfill your weekend obligation, you need to attend Mass on Saturday at 5pm, Sunday at 9:30am or Sunday at 11:30am. To fulfill your Christmas obligation, you must attend the Christmas Eve Mass on Sunday at 5:00pm, 10:30pm or on Monday at 9:00am or 11:30am.

Easter Schedule & Mass Times 2017

Friday April 14 3:00pm Stations of the Cross (Upper Parking Lot) 7:00pm Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion (Church) Saturday April 15 9:00-9:30am Tenebrae (Church) 12:00pm Blessing of Easter Foods (Church) 8:30pm Easter Vigil Mass Easter Sunday April 16 9:30am Mass 11:30am Mass 5:00pm Mass 10:45am & 12:45pm Easter Egg Hunt (Upper Parking Lot)

Visit FORMED.org

Have you visited FORMED.org since the beginning of Lent?  There are great resources for you and your family this Lent and for all year long.  The content of the website is amazing and it is absolutely FREE.  Take time this week and log on, sign up if you have not already done so and enjoy such programs as FORGIVEN and SYMBOLON as…