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Parish Groups and Ministries

For Men

Knights of Columbus

This fraternal men’s organization is composed of almost two million members in the United States and throughout the world. It generously supports the work of the Church and has special concern for the unborn. The Knights of Columbus at Saint Benedict meet on the third Thursday of the month at 7 pm in the Parish Center. For more information, contact Gene Whaley (, the Grand Knight of the Father William J. Nolte Council.

That Man is You

All men are welcome to join with the "That Man Is You" (TMIY) men of St. Benedict for breakfast, fellowship, different Catholic Speakers each week and faith discussions each Saturday morning at 7:30AM In the St. Benedict School Basement.  This men’s program combines the teachings of the Church and the wisdom of the saints to develop/support authentic male leaders capable of transforming themselves, their families, and greater society. We will discuss the Church’s vision of men living the three-fold mission of abiding presence, joyful service and loving sacrifice, so their hearts and homes will experience the joy that God desires.  There is no cost to attend. Learn more and register at

For Women

"Catechism in a Year" Listening Group

We are excited to invite all women of the parish to join us in reading the entire Catechism of the Catholic Church together using “The Catechism in a Year” podcast with Fr. Mike Schmitz. Following this podcast, our aim is to read the entire Catechism in 365 days, understand the essentials of the Catholic Faith and why they matter, and transform our relationship with the Church that Christ founded. We will meet to discuss the podcast on the last Sunday of each month at 7:30pm in the parish library.  For more information, please contact Kathy Gwinn at



This movement for women seeks to deepen their understanding of the nature and dignity of womanhood by studying the writings of Pope St. John Paul II and other Church teaching. 

For more information, contact Wendy Arroniz (  

Lilies of the Holy Trinity

The Lily of the Holy Trinity Women's Society invites all women of the Parish 18 years and older to join them for food, fun, fellowship and discussion of Parish Activities. They meet in the St. Ambrose room of the Parish Center on the 2nd Sunday of each month. This local women’s organization seeks the spiritual growth of its members and supports the parish by organizing various activities. For more information, contact Gina Alexander (, the president of the Lily of the Holy Trinity Women’s Society.

Moms Group

The Moms Group is a casual group of Catholic mothers who meet on Wednesday mornings and other days for playground play dates, outings, and activities hosted by Saint Benedict School.  For more information, contact Mary-Kathryn Chapman (  

For Kids

American Heritage Girls

Are you and your daughter(s) looking for a faith based scouting group? American Heritage Girls “enables your daughter to grow in her Faith, cultivate a heart for Service, and have more Fun than she can imagine.” St. Benedict’s parish will be the home for Troop 1114! For more information, please contact Jessica Liimatta:  If you want to check out more info on American Heritage Girls, please visit their website

For Young Adults

Young Adult Book Club

The young adult book club will be reading Out of the Silent Planet, by C.S.  Lewis. For more information, contact Isaac Whitfield at


Ariana's and Adoration

Young Adult Ariana's and Adoration will occur on Thursday of March, March 23. Join us for Mass at 5:30pm, and Eucharistic Adoration and Confessions from 6pm-7pm.  We will leave from the outdoor St. Benedict statue by 7:10pm and walk to Ariana's for dinner or you can meet us directly at Ariana's. For more information, contact Margo Sheffler at


Young Adult Brunch at Eat 66

On Sunday, March 26, all young adults are invited to brunch at Eat 66 at 12:30pm. For more information, contact Keifer Pfister at:

Knights of Columbus
That Man is You
American Heritage Girls
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