Parish Mission Statement
By the grace of the Holy Spirit and united by the Eucharist, the community of St. Helen is one of teaching, ministering, and worshiping, bringing all closer to God.

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    Community Life & Organizations

Community Life:

Annual Bazaar
Our annual Bazaar is held every year on the second Sunday of June. Parishioners work in the various booths and activities, growing as a Christian Catholic community.

Ministry Day
Ministry Day is held annually to provide information to our parishioners on the many ministries and organizations in our parish. This also provides an excellent opportunity to recruit new volunteers.

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Devotees of Our Lady of Guadalupe celebrate Our Lady's feast on December 12, with a procession, Bi-lingual Mass and reception.



Organizations:

Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court St. Helen #2330, meets monthly and is a national organization for Catholic women. Led by Chaplain, Fr. Jim Courville, the motto of "Unity and Charity" is evidenced in their religious, charitable and educational purposes.

Knights of Columbus
Knights of Columbus, Fr. Eugene Heyck Council, #8960, 3rd Degree, meets monthly. Led by Chaplain, Fr. Reggie Nesvadba, this Fraternal Order seeks to promote faith, fellowship and philanthropy through the Order's principles of charity, unity and fraternity.

Bishop Wendelen J. Nold Assembly, 4th Degree, meets monthly. This group primarily promotes the spirit of patriotism through its activities in the church and community.

Kislap NG STA. Elena
This is organization for all Filipinos of the parish. The goal is to promote the Filipino culture and spirituality, and offers support and understanding between its members and the parish community.

St. Helen Super Seniors
This group of people (aged 50+) meet once a month for a meeting, fellowship, and social. There is usually an outside social activity planned for each month.