Parish Office

5105 SW Franklin Ave., Beaverton, OR 97005


Office Hours: Mon-Thu, 8:30am-Noon, 1:00pm-5:00pm,
                   Fri, 1:15pm-5pm

St. Cecilia School

12250 SW 5th Street Beaverton, OR 97005


Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am-3:30pm

St. Vincent De Paul


Hours: Mon-Fri, 9:30am-12:30pm

Pastoral Staff
Pastor   Father Pat McNamee 
Parochial Vicar   Father Ysrael Bien
Hispanic Ministry   Deacon Bill Richardson   Ext. 176  
Pastoral Minister   Deacon David Hammes

Office Manager


Nancy Eyer


Ext. 160


Business Manager   Jim Cassinelli   Ext. 164   
Accountant   Shelly Schultheis   Ext. 162   
Development Admin. Assistant   Michelle Hallett   Ext. 178   
Spanish Admin. Assistant Letty Miranda   Ext. 161   
Sick and Homebound   Joye Boone   Ext. 170  
School Principal   Sue Harris   Ext. 111  

Religious Education:


  Carole Christensen   Ext. 174  

Sunday Pre-School/Nursery

  Joye Boone   Ext. 170  

Elementary (Grades 1-5)

  Carolyn Trumble   Ext. 172   

Middle School (Grades 6-8)

  Jill Wenger   Ext. 171   

High School/Confirmation

  Jill Wenger   Ext. 171   

Young Adults

  Katelynn Kiefer   971-222-4674  

Adult Formation/RCIA

  Carole Christensen   Ext. 174  


Pastoral Council

  Advisory group to Pastor

Administrative Council

  Assists Pastor in administration of Parish
property and finances
Mass schedule
Saturday   8:00am, 5:00pm Vigil
Sunday   7:30am, 9:00am, 10:45am, 12:30pm (Youth/Family Mass), 2:30pm (Spanish language)
Monday-Friday   8:00am
Wednesday 9:00am (School Mass)

Nursery (for children ages 6 months to 3 years) and Sunday School (for ages 3-5) are available in the school during 9:00am Sunday Mass (September - May only)

Children's Liturgy during 9:00am Sunday Mass open to all grade school children

All are welcome to 9:00am Wednesday School Mass - see school web site for school holidays

See weekly bulletin for other feast and holy day Mass schedules
Mass Readings
August 7th Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 14th Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 15th Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
August 21st Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 28th Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Upcoming Events

Respect Life Fundraiser - St. Cecilia Respect Life Committee ask that you return your filled baby bottles at any Mass on the weekend of August 27/28. These monies collected are for two much needed ministries, Birthright and Project Rachel. If you forgot your filled bottles, please bring them to the Parish Office during regular business hours. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

Religious Education Classes - Registration is open for Religious Education for Grades 1-5. Registration forms are available here: Page 1 and Page 2. Beginning this September, classes for grades 1-5 will be held on Sunday mornings from 9:30-10:30am in St. Cecilia School. Come Share Your Faith. Contact Carolyn for more information at 503-644-2619 ext 172 or

New Bible Study Classes at St. Cecilia - "Great Adventures through the Bible" will begin September 19 at 6:30pm every Monday night. The class will meet in the school classroom 6. This is a 24-week class, covering 12 Old Testament books, the Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles. There is also a Bible Study beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 11am in the Fireside Room. To register for either, class please call Blessing from Heaven Bookstore, 503-644-1814; closed on Mondays.

March for Purity - The 3rd Annual March for Purity, sponsored by Real Catholic Ministries, will take place on Saturday, September 17 at 11am. All are invited to join in a march against pornography, abortion and crimes against women. Participants will meet in front of St. Cecilia and process to Planned Parenthood, Stars Cabaret, The Dolphin Gentlemen’s Club and Fantasy Adult Bookstore. A Rosary will be said at each location. Please wear a plain white t-shirt to show your “true colors” for purity. For more info, see

English for Students of Other Languages - Adults Only ESOL classes will be held beginning on September 20th on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:00pm There is a $5.00 fee. Contact Sr. Catherine Hertel to arrange for an assessment and class placement,, 503-644-9181.

Calling all Golfers! - St. Cecilia Parent's Association is hosting a golf tournament at The Reserve Vineyard and Golf Club on Friday, September 23, with a 8:30am tee time. Join us as a sponsor or a golfer! Go to for more information.

Invitation to Catholicism - The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) provides a process whereby adults experience the Scriptures, the passing on of the teachings of the faith, and prayer with members of the parish community in preparation for receiving the Sacraments of the Catholic Church. Registrations are now being accepted for classes which will begin on September 27. If you, or someone you know, is inquiring about or thinking of joining the Church, call Carole at 644-2619, Ext. 174 for more information.

Recent Happenings

Parish Picnic and Fair - Our annual Parish Picnic was held at the church on Saturday, August 13th after the 5:00pm Mass. Various parish groups had vendor tables available to give the picnic a Saturday Market type feel, with face painters, clowns, etc. Approximately 300 people attended, with beautiful weather.  A great time was had by all!

Father Charles Borho, Former St. Cecilia Pastor, Dies - Father Charles Borho died on July 9 at the age of 85 years after a fruitful ministry as a priest of the Archdiocese of Portland. Father Borho served as pastor of St. Cecilia from 1979-1989. The Office of the Dead was prayed here at St. Cecilia on Wednesday and he was buried from the Cathedral, Thursday, July 14 with burial at Mt. Calvary. Father was born in North Dakota in 1926, entered the Marines and World War II, and served in Okinawa and Northern China until 1946. He attended University of Portland, Mt. Angel and St. Edward Seminaries, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1957. Father Borho was a great priest. He affected countless number of lives with hope, reconciled thousands through confession, prayed over hundreds of dead as they left this world, and celebrated the Divine Liturgy for the people of God. May he Rest in Peace. Father Pat McNamee, Pastor.

Partner Parish - Fr. Dan Kassis, the pastor of Christ the King Parish, was warmly welcomed by all of you the weekend of May 14/15. The Parish Partner Committee wishes to thank the Men’s Club, the Knights of Columbus, St. Jude Guild, the School Parents Club and others for providing the fruit, muffins and pastries for the reception after all the Masses. The 2nd collection brought in $10,700 for Christ the King parish. An additional $2,000 will be sent also, from the Lenten collection. Your generosity is an answer to pray for this parish. The Parish Partner Committee thanks all of you.



Our Mission

We, the people of St. Cecilia Parish,
brothers and sisters in Christ,
accept as our mission:

to know our faith
to live by truth and love
to serve the needs of others
to teach by example
and thereby strengthen and
inspire the Parish family.

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