OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE: A PARISH WITH OPEN ARMS & CARING HEARTS
Our parish is a very active, diverse and vibrant parish that is located in the heart of West Seattle. Our hope is that this website will reflect our parish mission, providing not only information but formation as well, helping persons have a better understanding of who we are and what we believe and do as Catholic Christians. Everyone is welcome!
In preparation for our Jubilee pilgrimage to St. James Cathedral on June 12th,You are invited during this Jubilee Year of Mercy to celebrate this wonderful sacrament of mercy, based on reflections of the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy...
Everyone is invited to walk, bus, bike, carpool or water taxi to St. James Cathedral for our Jubilee Pilgrimage. We will be able walk through the Holy Doors, take the Year of Mercy tour, and join in the Sunday afternoon prayer.
Pre-K through 6th - Gear up for an over-the-top underground adventure! Kids will be immersed in the rock-solid foundation of God's love, a love that takes us through dark times! $50 per child EARLY Registration (by May 1st) $60 per child LATE Registration (by June 20th) Scholarships are available
St. James Cathedral, St. Mary’s and St. Anne’s are collaborating on a summer mission trip called the Youth Migrant Project and they’ve invited teens from OLG to join them! Mr. Santos and Jennifer Ibach will help lead this fun and life-changing week. We will..
CULTIVATING A JUBILEE YEAR OF MERCY FOR ALL CREATION
CLICK HERE to learn more about the many ways OLG will be celebrating this very holy year
Communities in Ecuador are reeling from a 7.8-magniture earthquake that struck on April 16, claiming more than 500 lives and destroying thousands of homes and roads. As ongoing rescue efforts continue, the death toll is expected to rise. As many as 100,000 people have been affected. Catholic Relief Services teams, along with their Church partners on the ground, are...
Thank you to all who were able to support Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Lenten program through almsgiving. Our community collected $4057.45! We would especially like to thank the Knights of Columbus who collaborated with our Rice Bowl team on the Fish Fry Fridays and who generously donated $750 from their proceeds. All collected funds will be used to help alleviate hunger overseas (75% of funds) and right here in our community (25%). The OLG community has benefited from local, annual Rice Bowl grants to our Community Meal program and Peace Garden. What we give truly changes life. CRS Rice Bowl is more than fundraising though and we’d like to thank all those who spent time with the materials praying, learning, taking action, teaching and fasting.