Organizations and Groups
- The Nursery provides parents of young children the opportunity to attend Mass and special events with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that their children are happy and well cared for.
- The Sunday Breakfast Ministry serves members of our St. Rita parish by providing refreshments and a place for fellowship after the Sunday 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM Masses in an atmosphere that encourages the development of new friendships and the solidification of old friendships.
The Women’s Society of St. Rita’s works with other parish ministries and groups to create unity and strength by providing for the needs of the Parish, it’s parishioners and the community by involving themselves in a variety of activities which foster fellowship, spirituality, charitable service and altar care.
Matthew 25: 39-40
To make a difference in the lives of inmates by sharing our faith and showing compassion and love as instruments of God’s love and forgiveness.
Volunteers meet with a consistent small group and facilitate a Bible Study. Volunteers do not seek to be Bible scholars or teachers, but rather facilitate discussions on how the Scriptures apply to everyday life situations.
The Prayer Group provides an opportunity to reach out to others who are suffering or have any spiritual or worldly request or need for prayers.
St. Ann Sewing Group
St. Vincent de Paul
If you can devote a few hours for works of charity and a monthly meeting, please join us on the third Thursday of each month at 9:30am in the Mary Star of the Sea room at St. Rita parish.
We also meet the first Thursday of each month of regular season, typically at Another Broken Egg in Grand Blvd at 9:30, for fellowship and breakfast.
If you have any questions, please leave a message on our helpline, 888-229-6582.
Knights of Colombus
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization for Catholic men at least eighteen years old. It was founded in 1882 to provide insurance for the widows of its members. Since then, the organization has grown to almost 2 million men who donate over $177 million and nearly 80 million hours to charitable and church causes. We are now the largest fraternal life insurance organization in the world with a dedication to provide assistance to our members and their families.
The Knights charitable activities encompass an almost infinite variety of local, national and international projects. Our own unique charities include the Christian Refugee Relief Fund, Disaster Relief, Ultrasound Initiative, and Coats for Kids. We also partner with international charities including Special Olympics, the Global Wheelchair Mission and Habitat for Humanity.
Through our Building the Domestic Church initiative, Knights and their families have greater opportunities to participate in a variety of activities that deepen their faith, promote the New Evangelization, and strengthen our parishes. These activities include the Family Fully Alive Devotional Program, Father’s Day Affirmation of Wedding Vows, Food for Families and the Keep Christ in Christmas Campaign.