Altar of Remembrance
Something New at St. Rita's Parish
There is something new at St. Rita: It is an Altar of Remembrance. The Bereavement Ministry is organizing this to remember our deceased loved ones for All Soul’s Day. We are inviting parishioners who have lost a loved one this past year to submit a framed portrait or photo of them. Please have their name clearly shown on the front of the portrait/photo, and the name and contact information of the person to return it to on the back. We will display them on a beautifully decorated altar in the narthex for the entire month of November. Please deliver the portrait/photo a minimum of one week prior to the special mass for All Soul’s Day to Kathi Manchester in the parish office. Items can be picked up in the parish office the first week in December.
Holy Hour for Life
You are invited to a Holy Hour for Life Prayer Service and Benediction of the Holy Eucharist to be held on Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021 at St. Joseph Parish located at 1533 Erie Street in Racine. Rosary will begin beforehand at 6:00 p.m. with the formal prayer service beginning at 6:30 p.m. These services are planned and presided by the deacons of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and are held each year in various parishes around the Archdiocese to remind everyone of the sanctity of human life from womb to tomb.
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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. Take your time to look around our website to learn more about who we are as a parish, our ministries, and our school.
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.
- 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.
Saturday Vigil: 4:45 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8:00 AM
Thursday: 8:30 AM
Saturday: 3:30 PM
Or by appointment
Closed on Fridays
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Racine Catholic Cemeteries
When a loved one dies, there is much to do. A Catholic Burial is an important way to remember our loved ones. Learn more about what Racine Catholic Cemeteries has to offer in the link above.