Parish Communications Toolkit
Welcome to your online resource for parish communications. Here you'll find assets you can use to communicate news and events to your parishioners.
Week of October 18, 2021
Nominate volunteer coordinators
for Pope Francis' Synodal Process
Celebration of Our Saints Mass
October 30 at 10am, St. James Cathedral and livestream
loved ones who have died from Covid-19
All Catholics in Western Washington are invited to submit names of those who have died from COVID-19 to be placed in a special Book of the Dead that will be carried in procession during the November 9 Mass of Remembrance. Click here to submit a name.
To learn how your parishioners can submit names, click here
Graphics to promote the November 9 Mass of Remembrance,
Family Resources for Your Parish Community
Information below was posted in past C2P's
Feed your parishioners
QR code to "Be Fed" page
Give your parishioners an extra boost of faith by adding this to your printed bulletin. By scanning the QR code with a phone, parishioners will see the “Be Fed” page, which features inspiring videos on the Eucharist with Archbishop Etienne.
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Mass of Remembrance
November 8 at 7pm, St. James Cathedral and livestream
Requiem Mass for all those we have lost to COVID-19. All Catholics in Western Washington are invited to submit names of those who have died. These names will be placed in a special Book of the Dead and carried in procession during the Mass.
Click here to learn how your parishioners can submit names.
Click here for graphics to promote the Mass of Remembrance.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha Mass
October 23 at 11am, St. James Cathedral and livestream
Celebrate the gift of Native American Catholics to the Church, particularly by honoring St. Kateri Tekakwitha, the first Native American saint. The miracle that led to her canonization occurred locally under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Seattle. Read about it in Northwest Catholic.
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Respect for Life Month
October 20 at 4:30pm - Virtual
A valuable video for those who minister to the incarcerated. Holding Still is about a diverse group of prisoners from Folsom Prison who speak candidly about their year long journey with Contemplative Prayer.
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Since I Been Down:
Multifaith Dialogue for a More Humane Justice System - Free Event
Dialogue October 24 – Virtual
Follow Kimonti Carter's journey following his 700-year prison sentence for his involvement in a crime. After viewing the film, join a multifaith community for a virtual dialogue that will inspire action steps toward a more just and humane criminal justice system in alignment with the Gospel.
Help Your Parishioners Renew Their Relationship With Jesus
Archbishop Etienne is calling all of us to deeper encounter with Jesus, as part of “Knowing Jesus Christ, Embracing His Mission.”
• Invite parishioners to the Encounter page on the archdiocese website for resources, videos and more. Graphics to share.
• Post these new, one-minute videos to your parish social channels and website. In each video, the archbishop asks local Catholics how they encounter Jesus. Find the videos here.
How do YOU encounter Jesus Christ?
Archbishop Etienne asked this question to local Catholics as part of “Knowing Jesus Christ, Embracing His Mission.”
Social Posts to Share on Your Parish Facebook Page
For the week of October 11, 2021
Archdiocese of Seattle Facebook
- Missionary DisciplesShareable link
We pray that every baptized person may be engaged in evangelization, available to the mission, by being witnesses of a life that has the flavor of the Gospel.
- Pope Francis is opening a three-year synodal process or “journey” with three phases –diocesan, continental and universal– which will culminate with an assembly in October 2023 in Rome.
- There are many ways you can encounter Christ.
Watch this video to learn how Make encounters Christ in the Eucharist.
For more Archdiocese of Seattle posts to share with your parish, go to Facebook@ArchdiocesofSeattle