St. John's, Darwin St. Philip's, Litchfield Our Lady, Manannah St. Philip School

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4:00 pm Our Lady, Manannah
5:00 pm St. John, Darwin

8:00 am St. Philip, Litchfield
8:30 am Our Lady, Manannah
10:00 am St. John, Darwin
10:30 am St. Philip, Litchfield
12:00 pm St. Philip, Litchfield (Spanish)

Individual Reconciliation (Confessions):
3:30 pm Saturday at Our Lady, Manannah
4:30 pm Saturday at St. John's, Darwin or by appointment


Shepherd of Souls Area Faith Community


Coming again this Winter…

ChristLife Ministry!

 Comments from 2021-2022 Shepherd of Soul participants click here:

Following Christ: Winter

Sharing Christ: Spring


 Dates for the 2022-2023 year click here:


Courses must be attended in consecutive order but

may be attended in the same or different years.

Initial commitment is only 8 weeks.


ChristLife: Following Christ

Monday, January 9th, Sunday, January 15, 22, 29, Sunday, Febraury 5th, Satruday, February 11th (Retreat Day) and Sunday, February 19

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

St. Philip’s Social Hall

 Join us this Winter for “Following Christ”

Each session includes a dessert, a thought-provoking video teaching,

and discussion about the meaning of life in Jesus Christ. 

 No cost. No required reading. No studying. Free will offerings accepted to defray meal costs.

For more information see:

To register:

Online click here

Paper and phone registration is open.

Go Back to Mass

Sunday Mass will be streamed live on Facebook every Sunday.

Click Here To Go To Our Facebook Page

You do not need a facebook account to view the videos.

Click Here for the 2021 Mission Talks and Masses


Scammers are pretending to be Fr. Jeff and are sending text messages and sometimes emails asking for assistance. 

Please note that Fr. Jeff or any staff member will not send a text message asking for assistance in this manner.

Things to look for when you receive a request like this are:

  • Verify cell phone number. Most of these text messages do not come from a phone number with a local area code.
  • Verify first, pay second. Email accounts can become compromised and an email you receive may be fake. If you receive payment instructions in an email from what appears to be a trusted customer or vendor, call the individual who made the request, prior to initiating payment, to ensure it is an authentic request. Never use the phone number listed in an email. Call a phone number you know to be theirs.
  • Scrutinize Overpayments. A popular scam is to request a refund by cashier’s check or wire transfer for an alleged overpayment that was deposited into your account. Be sure to question how the overpayment occurred and wait for the initial deposit to clear before initiating a refund.
  • Beware of confidentiality. Whenever wire transfer instructions specify keeping the transaction a secret, verbally verify with an authorized individual or the person requesting the transaction.
  • Take your time and be cautious. A common red flag of a perpetrator is trying to rush a wire transfer or payment.
  • Verify Changes.  Any time you receive new payment instructions or a change to existing payment instructions, verbally confirm with a trusted source that they sent the request.
  • Double Check Email Addresses. A common trick is to slightly modify a trusted email address. For example, [email protected] might be changed to [email protected] Another common trick is for a fraudster to spoof a display name to look like the email is coming from a trusted source. To verify the sender of a payment request, use your computer cursor to hover over the display name in the “From” field to verify it is the email address of a trusted source. Illegitimate emails will show a different email address.
  • Use Forward Instead of Reply. Do not reply to an email with a wire or payment request. Instead, forward the email to the email address that you have on file.