The people of Saint Eugene Parish are a
community of faith.
We invite you to join us in worship, to participate in the many activities sponsored by our members, and to visit us at any time to learn more about us and the Christian Catholic Faith.
To register to become a member of our parish, please download and fill out our brief
registration form, and send it to us by
fax or mail.
Our Mission Statement
As Catholic Christians, we
come together to form an intergenerational
parish community that is diverse,
hospitable and inclusive; assumes its baptismal call
to ministry and service within the parish and
beyond its boundaries; values music, art and education; embraces
Christ's teachings of peace, faith, hope and love; respects the
Eucharist as the source and summit of parish life.
Our Patron Saint
Eugene, a native of Rome, was a gentle and holy man who had been a cleric since his youth. He was noted for his great charity to the poor.
He was consecrated Pope on August 10, 654, with consent of Pope Martin, who had been tortured and exiled by imperial officials representing Byzantine Emperor Constans II. He died on June 2, 657, and was buried at the Vatican.
Learn more about our patron saint,
St. Eugene, at Catholic Online.