Our Parish Vision Statement:

We strive to be confident in our faith, comfortable in sharing that faith, dynamic in celebrating it and generous because of it.

Our Parish Mission Statement:

St Rita is an Active Catholic community that welcomes all God’s children for worship and service. We are dedicated to living and sharing the ​Gospel of Jesus Christ now and in ways not yet imagined.

Woman praying in Church

Reconciliation / Confession

Just phone Fr. Tom to make an appointment or meet him on Saturdays from 4:30-5:15 pm in the Reconciliation Room.

Anointing of the Sick

Every 3 months after weekend liturgies.  Contact the office to arrange for the Sacrament of the Sick and/or communion whenever anyone is ill or having surgery.

Last Rites Kit
Baby getting baptized

Baptism

Please contact the office to arrange a Baptism class and to schedule the date. Most baptisms are at weekend liturgies. 517-592-5470

First Communion and/or Confirmation

Call our religious education office for preparation details, requirements, and our parish’s policies with respect to the celebration of this sacrament. 517-592-5718.

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placement of white rose on grave

Funerals

Funeral masses for registered St. Rita’s parishioners and their families are usually available Tuesday through Saturday at 11 a.m. Monday services are not generally available; Sundays are not available for funerals. Funeral luncheon arrangements can be made by contacting the secretary at the parish office. ​517-592-5470

Placement in the columbarium is available for registered St. Rita’s parishioners only. Please consult with our priest for prices and details.

Matrimony

Congratulations!

Couples, contact the office at least 9 months before your wedding to begin the preparation process for this great sacrament.

​If either party has been previously married there is a required procedure that must be followed to obtain a Declaration of Freedom to marry again in the Catholic Church. If either party has been previously married in the Catholic Church, an Annulment is also required. For more details on Annulments, read the articles on the About Page of the Diocese of Lansing site.

Groom and Bride getting married