Welcome to St. Louise Parish!

We are an active and growing, ethnically rich community that invites all to join together in Liturgy, Fellowship, and Service.

Our mission as members of Saint Louise Catholic Church is to Ignite Faith and Witness God's Love.

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Watch the video and see what Christ Renews His Parish Retreats are all about.  It is a weekend retreat program designed for spiritual renewal, faith development and friendship.  Register for the upcoming women's or men's retreats.

Financial Peace University at St. Louise Parish

We're starting Financial Peace University (FPU) classes at St. Louise and we're offering the nine-week course on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays starting on April 18th, 19th and 20th. We setup the registration to register two participants at the same time (spouse, friend, relative, etc.) so each participant has an accountability partner. You can learn more about FPU here. If you have any questions, please send an email to FPU@stlouise.org.

Annual Catholic Appeal rebate
Our rebate allowed the New Bethlehme day center to be open one more day. Read more how our annual catholic dollars are at work.

Prayer and Faith Formation Opportunities during Lent

Stations of the Cross
Wednesdays 6PM: March 8*, 15, 22, 29, April 5*, 12 (Eng)
Fridays, 6:15PM: March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7 (Spanish)
Good Friday: See schedule under Sacred Triduum.
* On March 8 and April 5 a soup supper will follow Stations of the Cross.

Thursday Evening Mass 6PM: March 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6 (English)

Individual Reconciliation
Thursdays 5:15-5:45PM: March 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6
During Parish Penance Services (See dates below.)
All Saturdays except Holy Saturday, 3PM–4:30PM (English & Spanish)

Parish Penance Services (English): Wednesdays
March 22, 7PM and April 5, 10AM (with Individual Reconciliation.)

Read how the Parish School is observing Lent

Immigration: Know Your Rights.

Download the information pamphlet from cliniclegal.org.  In both Spanish and English.

Hearts and Hammers 2017
is looking for Home Projects!

Sign-ups for Hearts & Hammers (May 6th this year) will be after each Masses the weekend of March 18-19.

We are looking for home projects.  If you or someone you know could benefit from Hearts & Hammers, please contact us. Our standards are simple:
1. The homeowner must be low-income, elderly, disabled, or unable physically or financially to do the work alone.
2. The work to be done must be within the scope of a one-day volunteer effort.
3. The homeowner must agree to accept the work done by the crew in advance.

Hearts & Hammers has been an annual event here at St. Louise for the past 14 years now and is one of the largest single community service events we do with our Covenant partners.  Please contact Gary Makowski at 425-641-8303 or Jackie Rial at 425-649-8643 or send an email to: heartsandhammers@stlouise.org if you would like to request work or need further information.

Archdiocesan Planning Study
Over the last several years it has become apparent that the archdiocesan priest pension and post-retirement medical plans are seriously underfunded. Similarly, our women religious must rely on dwindling resources within their own communities to meet their retirement needs.

Archbishop Sartain has decided to explore the possibility of a major campaign to address the retirement needs we face today and are projected to face in the future, as well as local parish needs. This planning study is an assessment to gauge support for a major campaign to address some or all of our identified priorities.

All parishioners are invited  to participate in this study, visit  www.seattlearchdiocese.org/Archdiocese/Alert.aspx to learn more and provide comments.

From Maintenance to Mission

Flowing from our new Mission Statement: Ignite Faith and Witness God's Love, and as a part of our eight-point Strategic Plan, our parish staff and the councils and commissions are working to implement a new structure for the staff and the councils and commissions. Some of the changes are immediate and others will be implemented over time. You will find the changes detailed in two documents that you can read from our website, “Parish Leadership" and "The Way Ahead.” You can also read Fr. Gary's State of the Parish homily here that he shared the weekend of January 21 & 22, 2017.

5 year Strategic Plan

Download the executive summary draft of our 5 year strategic plan.
Download the entire document of our 5 year strategic plan.

Parish Events Calendar

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Liturgy Schedule

Weekend Masses

Saturday: 5PM
Sunday: 7:30AM, 9AM, 11AM,
1PM en Español, 6PM Life Teen

Weekday Liturgies

  • Monday, 9AM -  Mass
  • Tuesday, 9AM - Liturgy of the Word with distribution of Communion
  • Wednesday, 9AM - Mass
  • Thursday, 9AM - Mass
  • Friday, 9AM - Mass

Anointing of the Sick Mass (English)

9AM First Saturday of the Month

Reconciliation (English and Spanish):

Saturday:  3-4:30PM or by appointment

Entire liturgy schedule with Holy Days, Holidays and presiders schedule.

Parish Office Hours

Monday:  10AM-6PM
(closed between 12:30-1:30PM)
Tuesday thru Friday:  9AM-7PM
Saturday:  10AM-2PM
Sunday:  Closed



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