Friday, November 21st

Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary
Mass • 8:00am - 8:30am
Divine Mercy Holy Hour • 9:00am - 10:00am
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Set-UpPlanning • 9:45am
FREE Friday Afternoon Concert a St Bernadette • 12:10pm
Divine Mercy Holy Hour • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Saturday, November 22nd

St. Cecilia
Mass • 8:00am - 8:30am
Cleanliness With Godliness Ministry • 8:30am
Scott Hahn Scripture Series • 9:00am - 10:30am
Sacrament of Reconciliation • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Mass • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Food Collection • 4:00pm
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Food Collection • 5:30pm
Mass • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Sunday, November 23rd

St. Clement I
St. Columban
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Food Collection • 7:30am
Mass • 7:30am - 8:30am
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Food Collection • 9:00am
Mass • 9:00am - 10:00am
Diocesan Televised Mass on ION • 9:30am
NO Confirmation & EDGE Classes today • 10:30am
Mass • 10:45am - 11:45am
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Food Collection • 10:45am
Project Mother Teresa Thanksgiving Food Collection • 12:15pm
Mass • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
NO Youth Ministry Meeting tonight • 6:30pm
Night at the Opera • 6:30pm
Monday, November 24th

St. Andre Dung Lac and Companions
Mass • 8:00am - 8:30am
Good Shepherd Ministry • 8:30am
Divine Mercy Chaplet • 8:30am
CRHP Planning (Men) • 8:45am
Bible Study • 9:00am
Powerhouse of Prayer • 10:30am
St Vincent de Paul Ministry • 10:30am
Religious Education Classes • 5:30pm
Handbell Choir Rehearsal • 6:00pm
Tuesday, November 25th

St. Catherine of Alexandria
Rosary Service • 7:30am
Mass • 8:00am - 8:30am
Bernadette's Angels Ministry • 10:00am
History of Western Music Through Eyes of the Church • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Religious Education Classes • 5:30pm
For God's Grace Choir Rehearsal • 7:00pm
Help Our Sisters and Brothers Who Are Hungry

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Please take a food item, or two or three !!, from the Boards at the entrance of the Church.

Return the food item(s) when you come to Mass during the weekend of November 22-23. That's THIS weekend! (If you need to, you can bring the food items to the Church before that).

You can purchase a turkey card from Publix (where shopping is a pleasure) and return the card to us, as well. No live turkeys, PLEASE!

Thank you, good stewards of St. Bernadette Parish Family!


"Trunk & Treat" Event Photos

Enjoy these great photos from our St Bernadette Parish "Trunk & Treat" Event on October 26, 2014!


Religious Education Has Begun

Our St. Bernadette Parish Family Religious Education Classes have started! We are so happy to hear the sounds of Famiies bringing their young people to Class to learn more about Jesus and our wonderful Faith! Your laughter, joy and excitement fill our halls and classrooms! Your joy and your example being such good parents spurs all of us on to be more like Jesus  too!

Here's a list of when different classes meet:

Sunday: Edge (for seventh and eighth graders), and Confirmation Preparation Class ( High School)

Monday: grades Pk-3,4 through 6 and even a Special Sacraments Class (call for details)

Tuesday: grades 1 and 2

If you are new to the area, we would love you to bring your child to learn about Jesus here at St. Bernadette Parish!

Simply call us at the Parish Office: 336-9956. We will do the rest!

Can't wait to hear from you.


What is “Christ Renews His Parish”?

Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP, pronounced "Chirp") is a spiritual renewal weekend designed to help individuals grow in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ and with others in our faith community. It is an excellent opportunity for Catholics to renew their understanding of the basic beliefs and traditions of our faith, while, at the same time, CRHP is open to all believers in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.


To learn more about "Christ Renews His Parish" (CRHP), click on FAITH AND FORMATION/EDUCATION at top of this page, and then click on "CRHP".

You will be happy that you did!

opera night



The opera this week:


6:30 PM

in our Family Life Center


English sub-titles

See you there!

A Greeting from Fr. Victor Ulto, Pastor


News from The Florida Catholic

  • Bishop takes social teaching message to schools
    Bishop John Noonan is bringing a message of Catholic social teaching to high school seniors in the five Catholic schools throughout the Diocese of Orlando. His message is based on the “Signs of the Times” video, part of the bishop’s “The Way, the Truth, ...
  • Commemorate those who have gone before us in faith
    Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The month of November began with the glorious Solemnity of All Saints when the Church celebrates all the Saints that reign with God in glory, praising Him for the witness of their lives and asking for their interce...
  • Exhibit connects faithful to two popes
    Holy Spirit Parish put on public display two treasures, one from Pope Francis and one from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. The clothing pieces, two skullcaps or zucchettos, were displayed in a handmade case and placed at the foot of the altar Oct. 18 and 19 ...

Quick Links

Current Reflection



God has certainly blessed us with Pope Francis! He is wise, insightful and a good teacher: all these gifts given by the Holy Spirit. Recently, in one his addresses, Pope Francis had five tips for parishes. I share them with you now:
1. DON 'T be like a Custom's Office. It is not any parish's place to bar entry into our Church, for whatever reason. We should not close doors for people.
2.  DON'T  be Tarantulas. Pope Francis says that when people come into our Church and Office, they should feel like they are entering their mother's home, and not into a den of tarantulas who sting, bite and suck life.
3.  DO put those who are "distant" first. Those that come only on major feasts, such as Christmas and Easter, those that come  to our parish only for baptisms, weddings and funerals. These brothers and sisters of ours should be treated as our FIRST priority, not like a last priority. Otherwise, why will they become regulars?
4.  DO get the Laity involved. Parishes do not belong to priests or the parish office: they belong to EVERYONE.
5. DON'T Gossip or cause division. Knowing we are not exempt from ordinary, sinful human behavior, we can examine our part in making our parish a place of unity and communion or creating division.
Pope Francis says it best: "Let each one ask him- or herself today 'do I increase harmony in my family, in my parish, in my community or am I a gossip? Am I a cause of division or embarrassment? ...Gossip does harm! Gossip wounds. Before Christians open their mouths to gossip, they should bite their tongue! To bite one's tongue: this does us good because the tongue swells and can no longer speak, cannot gossip. Am I humble enough to patiently stitch up, through sacrifice, the open wounds in communion?".
St Bernadette Parish is a parish we are all proud of. Let us never, however, cease to make it look, sound and feel more like our head and brother, Jesus!




Mass Times

Lord's Day Mass

4:00 PM, 5:30 PM

5:30 PM (September through May)


7:30 AM, 9:00 AM (Childrens' Liturgy of the Word), 10:45 AM, and 12:15 p.m

12:15 PM(September through May)

Daily Mass
Monday-Saturday 8:00 AM


See the bulletin for details



2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

in the Monsignor Cosmo G. Saporito Chapel

St. Bernadette Catholic Church - 350 NW California Blvd. Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 - 772-336-9956 -

Site by Solutio

Site created and maintained by Solutio, Inc.