Our Mission Statement:  Committed to the mission of Jesus and dedicated to welcoming to all, we the community of St. Philip Neri strive to reach out, to reconcile and to promote unity for all of God’s creation through worship, education, and service toward the common good.

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Thanks to all who participated in this past Sunday's Parish Picnic

Our Address:  2408 SE 16th Avenue, on the #4 Bus Line

Our Phone Number: 503-231-4955

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Do you have a family member, a friend, someone in your neighborhood who is interested in learning more about the Catholic faith? Maybe someone you know is considering returning to the church or maybe you would like to participate in a short ‘continuing education’ series. Starting Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 7 pm we will offer 6 ‘inquiry’ sessions before December. If you are interested, please contact the parish office or barbarah@stphillipneripdx.org

"Who are the Paulists?"

 How are they 'different' from a Franciscan, aJesuit, or a Diocesan priest? Fr.Charlie Brunick, CSP will present a 3part series to explain why the Paulist Priests are unique in their missionand goals. Each session will be in the church (St.Philip Neri, 16th & SEDivision) from 10:45 to 11:45 following the 9:30am Mass:September 28: Who is 'Servant of God"----Isaac Hecker (Founder)October 12: The Mission and Charisms (gifts) of the Paulist FathersOctober 26: The Paulist Associates---Collaborators in Mission

B- Catholics 

meet on the first and third Wednesdays of every month. For folks looking for a way back to church or simply discuss more about God, Spirituality and Mysticism... All are welcome and we begin in the Paulist Center at 7:15pm at 16th and Division SE Portland. Contact Fr. Michael at: mecsp@mac.com or call the parish office: 503-231-4955

© Michael E. Evernden 2013