Come, let us adore Him.You are invited.
Your name is on the guest list. A place is set for you at table. A lamp flickers to guide your way.
Come; see what the Lord has in store for you. You are more than simply ‘welcome’ here.
You’ve been invited.
Queen of Angels | Port Angeles
Sun. | 11:00 am & 3:00 pm
Wed. | Noon
Thu. | 8:30 am
Wed. | 11:30 – 11:55 am
Sun. | 1:45–2:45 pm
24-hr. private Adoration Chapel available to registered parishioners; please contact us for more info.
St. Joseph | Sequim
Sat. | 5:00 pm (Vigil)
Sun. | 8:30 am
Fri. | 8:30 am (Eucharistic Adoration immediately follows, ending with Benediction at 3:20 pm)
Sat. | 9:00 am
Fri. | 8:00–8:25 am
Sat. | 3:30–4:30 pm
& Office Hours
Queen of Angels | Port Angeles
& Quick Links
Quick Links & Forms
- Parish Facility Request Form
- Parish Registration Form
- Music Submission Form
- Pastoral Council Commission
& Committee Report Form
Time, Talent, & Treasure 2019
The Liturgy of the Hours
While Fr. Leonardo is away, both parishes will celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours in lieu of daily Mass. (Booklets for Morning Prayer will be available in the narthex.) The Rosary will precede the Hours at the usual time. (Fr. Harry Grile, Fr. Lyle Konen, and Fr. Tim Sauer will offer Vigil & Sunday Masses in Fr. Leonardo’s absence.)
Please consider joining us for Morning Prayers if you have the opportunity. Whether the Hours are already a part of your private prayer life, or if you have not yet participated in this beautiful liturgical tradition, this communal, universal prayer lifts the hearts and minds of the Church to God every day, in every tongue and nation.
Queen of Angels
11:30 am | Rosary
12:00 pm | Morning Prayer
8:00 am | Rosary
8:30 am | Morning Prayer
8:00 am | Rosary
8:30 am | Morning Prayer
8:30 am | Rosary
9:00 am | Morning Prayer
Questions about the Faith?
Does God exist? If He does, what does that mean in my life? Why Catholic? What does the Church teach? Here are just a few resources to get you started. Or, learn more locally at one of our parishes.
Why Catholic? | CatholicsComeHome.org
Questions about Catholicism | CatholicsComeHome.org
Answers & Resources | Coming Home Network
Catholic Answers | Catholic.com
Church Teaching | EWTN
What We Believe | USCCB
Want to Go Deeper?
The riches of our Ancient Faith nourish us for a lifetime, and prepare us for the life to come. Learn more about the Word of God, as revealed in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and as exemplified in the lives of the Saints.
Ours is a hands-on faith; we also learn by doing. Register as a parishioner now, or find out how you can get more involved by serving at Mass, in your local parish, and in our communities.
Thinking of Returning?
No matter how long you have been away, and no matter for what reason, He waits for you with open arms. Learn more in the links below, or at our seasonal Catholics Coming Home program, for baptised and confirmed Catholics who have been away for a time and aren’t sure where to start.
Current EventsWhat's happening in the next week or two?
EPIC | 20-wk Study | Thursdays
Join us for a 20-week bible study program on Thursdays at 2:00 pm with Fr. Leonardo at St. Joseph, beginning Thursday, Dec. 5. This study begins in Advent and take us all the way through Lent. Explore the history of the Church as you’ve never seen it before. Each session opens with a gripping video presentation, followed by group discussion.
Accompanying study materials may be purchased here at Ascension Press for $29.95. Order early to be prepared for the journey!
Coffee and tea provided.
Next sessions will be Jan. 30, Feb. 6, & Feb. 20.
SJ | Thursdays | 2:00 pm | Parish Hall
Alpha for Catholics | Starts Jan. 25
Alpha is a series of approximately 11 dynamic video sessions which aims to help us explore our Christian faith in a new, deeper, and more practical way. Each talk addresses a different question to stimulate lively discussion.
Come share lunch, a short video, and some great conversation.
Sessions topics include big questions like:
- Is there more to life than this?
- Who is Jesus?
- Why did Jesus die?
- How can I have faith?
- Why and how do I pray?
- Why and how do I read the Bible?
- How does God guide us?
- Who is the Holy Spirit?
- What does the Holy Spirit do?
- How can I be filled with the Holy Spirit?
- How can I make the most of the rest of my life?
- How can I resist evil?
- Why and how should I tell others?
- Does God heal today?
- What about the Church?
QA | Saturdays, beg. Jan. 25 | 12:30 – 2:30 pm | St. Anne Rm.
6-wk. Women's Bible Study | Starts Jan. 21
This month, the Queen of Angels Women’s Bible Study group will begin Bishop Robert Barron’s series, The Mass.
This stunning 6- part series begins Jan. 21, and will be presented on consecutive Tuesdays at 9:00 am in the St. Benedict Rm. All are welcome.
Walk through the intricacies of the Liturgy of the Mass with Bishop Barron, and learn how the Mass lifts God’s people out of the fallen world and into the heavenly realm. Come study with us, and renew your sense of how intimately we are joined with the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus through the Holy Eucharist during Mass.
QA | Tuesdays | 9:00 am | St. Benedict Rm.
7-wk. Scripture Study | Starts Jan. 29
The biblical promise of eternal life appears late in Scripture, but it blossoms into fullness with the resurrection of Christ. Explore the growing nature of the hope of those who have called upon the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the past, and the crystallization of our hope for eternal life in the victory of Christ over death. Those with some familiarity with Scripture will find it both inspiring and informative as the hope of eternal life develops and crystallizes through the sweep of salvation history.
Study will run on Wednesday mornings from Jan. 29 through Mar. 18.
Sessions include topics like:
- The Old Testament in its Ancient Near Eastern Setting: Further Intimations and Breakthrough
- The Synoptic Gospels and Acts
- The Gospel of John
- Paul: Part I, Part II and Interpreters
- The Letter to the Hebrews
- The Book of Revelation; A Heavenly Agenda
QA | Wednesdays | 9:15 am | St. Anne Rm.
Camping with Christ, Special Religious Education Meeting | Feb. 2nd
There will be an informational meeting on Sunday, Feb. 2nd in both parishes to discuss input, ideas and feedback for future Camping with Christ events.
Please come and share your ideas!
SJ | Sunday, Feb. 2nd | 9:45am | Religious Education Building
QA | Sunday, Feb. 2nd | 12:15pm | St. Benedict Room
Save the DateWhat's on the horizon over the next few weeks & months?
Lenten Soup Suppers & Stations of the Cross | Starts Feb. 26th
In the Lenten season we embrace prayer, fasting, and alms giving. Join us for soup suppers and Stations of the Cross each Friday this Lenten season as one way to observe these three key penitential practices of Lent.
Ash Wednesday is February 26th and our first Soup Supper & Stations of the Cross will be Friday, Feb. 28th.
The soup suppers will be served every Friday during Lent from 5:00-6:00PM in the parish hall followed by Stations of the Cross in the church. The suppers consist of simple meatless soups.
Parish groups or individual families are invited to sign up to sponsor a soup supper on one of the Fridays during Lent. All alms given at the soup suppers will go to CRS Rice Bowl.
Please contact either parish office to sign up for a Friday or with any questions.
QA & SJ | Fridays | 5:00 pm Parish Hall | 6:00pm Church
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