Welcome to St. Rita Parish!
Thank you for your interest in St. Rita Parish. We'd like to invite you to listen to the word of God, worship during mass, and join in the fellowship after. Whether it is your first time or your 100th time, we welcome you with open arms!  We are located in Racine, WI on Hwy 32 (Douglas Ave) between 3 and 4 Mile Rd. You can find a map here. Take your time to look around our website to learn more about who we are as a parish, our ministries, and our school

School Information Night

Thursday, January 25, 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Childcare available on site. Call our school to reserve space at 262-639-3333

 

St. Rita School Open House

Sunday, January 28, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

 

 

 

St. Rita Parish Mission

We, the people of St Rita Parish, strive to encounter Christ in one another, become disciples and proclaim him to others.
 We will work to accomplish our mission by:
  • Building upon our rich Augustinian tradition
  • Celebrating Sacraments and worshiping together
  • Promoting lifelong Christian formation
  • Nurturing our parish family and the larger community
  • Serving others by sharing our gifts of time, talent, and treasure.

Mass Times

WEEKEND MASS
Saturday Vigil: 4:45 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
DAILY MASS
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., Sat.: 8:00 AM
Wednesdays: 8:30 AM

Reconciliation
Saturday: 3:30 PM

St. Rita Parish

Our School

Our identity as a Catholic school is woven into every aspect of school life. Students participate in daily religion class, prayer, and weekly mass. Family involvement is highly regarded and appreciated at St. Rita School. Through school and parish activities, parents really get to know each other, the children, and everything the school offers. This strong bond becomes the backbone of our school. Learn more about our programs, activities, and main focus under the school tab at the top. To contact the school, call 262-639-3333.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Or by appointment

Bulletins


  • Sun, Jan 7th

  • Sun, Dec 31st
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