Msgr. Champoux commends the following text for our meditation:

“We turn to you, O God of every nation,
Giver of life and origin of good;
Your love is at the heart of all creation,
Your hurt is people's broken brotherhood.

“We turn to you, that we may be forgiven
For crucifying Christ on earth again.
We know that we have never wholly striven,
Forgetting self, to love the other man.

“Free every heart from pride and self-reliance,
Our ways of thought inspire with simple grace
Break down among us barriers of defiance,
Speak to the soul of all the human race.

“Teach us, good Lord, to serve the need of others,
Help us to give and not to count the cost.
Unite us all, for we are born as brothers:
Defeat our Babel with your Pentecost.”

From the Liturgy of the Hours, Hymn from Morning Prayer, Friday of Week 4


**Please continue to pray the Rosary every day**


An important part of Sunday Mass that we cannot replicate while you are watching from home is the collection.  Our offering to God remains vitally important, however!  It is part of our response in gratitude to God and it keeps the work of the parish going.  Please continue to contribute!  Online giving is easy and secure; click on the icon at the left to reach our online giving site. 


2022 Annual Catholic Appeal:  Our annual ACA campaign launches on the weekend of Nov. 6 and 7.  The ACA funds programs that are beyond the means of any one parish and the participation of each of us is vital.  Watch your mail for more information, and prayerfully consider how you can contribute.


October 25, 2021

**what's new? COVID exposure notice**

Cases of the COVID variant are spreading at an alarming rate.  Therefore, we now require that everyone at Mass wear a mask, even those who are vaccinated.  We want everyone to be safe. 

Please take care to sit six feet away from others not in your household, and allow space as you process to Communion.

If you have not been vaccinated, please do so.  The vaccine, along with masking, is our best weapon against this disease.  And as always, if you are ill with anything contagious, please stay home!

Recently a Parishioner who was at last Thursday’s Adoration (10/21/21) tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.  If you attended this Adoration or have had contact with someone who did, please pay extra special attention to your health and screen for any COVID symptoms you might have.  If you have any signs or symptoms, please consult your Health Care Provider.


Here's the regular weekend and daily schedule of 'live' Masses 

Saturday 5:00 p.m. indoors

Sunday:  7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. indoors 
Sunday:  8:00 a.m.  outdoors in the parking lot on Stevens Dr. (bring a chair and dress for the weather!)

Weekdays:  6:30 and 8:00 a.m. indoors.

We'd love to see you at Mass!  If you'd like a copy of the Breaking Bread missalette to follow readings and music, they are available for purchase from Oregon Catholic Press (  A hard copy is $17 and an app is $4.99.


Livestreams are available for weekday and Sunday Masses.

  • Weekday Mass:  Monday through Friday at 8:00 a.m.
  • Sunday Mass:  recorded during the Saturday Vigil at 5:00 p.m.  

Watch these broadcasts here: Christ the King Adult Religious Education channel!


Confessions! We offer reconciliation on Saturdays, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in our school cafeteria.  To keep everyone safe, here’s how it works:

  • Park in one of 10 numbered parking spots in the lower parking lot on Stevens Drive.  If the spots are full, wait until one is available.
  • Wait in your car for an usher to indicate your turn.  If you have more than one person in your vehicle, one occupant at a time will proceed to the cafeteria and the others will wait in the car.  No more than 8 per car.
  • Wear your mask at all times once you exit your car.
  • Maintain a distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Sign in before you enter the cafeteria; registration is for your own protection/contact tracing and the list will be shredded after 14 days. 
  • Be mindful of the time spent in confession so all can be heard.
  • Use the hand sanitizer we’ll have available.

You can always call the parish office (946-1675) and make an appointment for confession.


Our Sunday bulletin  is available in several locations on our website, including here, as well as


COVID-19 Vaccine Information:  the vaccine is an important tool in ending this pandemic and getting our lives back to normal.
Vaccination will help us get back to our normal parish activities.  Vaccination is also an act of Christian charity:  getting the vaccine (and following public health measures)
protects not just you but your ‘neighbor’ whose vulnerability to the disease may be invisible but very real. 
We encourage those who are eligible to get vaccinated!


Find us on Facebook!  Our parish page is Christ the King Catholic Church Richland WA.  Other parish pages you might see include Christ the King Catholic Church Youth Ministry; Christ the King Adult Religious Education; Christ the King Parish RCIA; and CK Richland.  Different emphases, but we're doing our best to keep us informed and connected.

Food Bank Donations Needed:  If you can, please continue to bring non-perishable food and household and personal supplies like toilet paper, laundry and cleaning items, soap, shampoo, and toothpaste and leave them inside the church building, by the office door.

Please visit FORMED!   This resource offers excellent content.  To sign up, click the FORMED icon below.

Visit or for information about upcoming Adult Religious Education classes. Contact Meggin Sanner at 541-571-8402 or for more information.


Spiritual Communion:   the priests lead us though this prayer during the livestream Masses:

My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
Come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.



We, the Christ the King Parish community, are the Body of Christ called to gather for worship, cherish the traditions of our faith, witness the Gospel, minister to others, and be Christians in the world.







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