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Benvenuti!  Welcome!

Yes, our Italian heritage is still evident from the 1913 founding of our church by the Paulist Fathers, as Portland’s second church in service to the Italian immigrant community. Today it has evolved into a multiethnic and welcoming community intent on showing genuine love for the human person and respect for all God’s creation.

Our parish is named for St. Philip Neri, an engaging Italian saint known for his keen sense of humor and practical piety. He was a missionary and founder of the Congregation of the Oratory in Rome, who had a knack for helping people find or rediscover their faith in Jesus Christ.

St. Philip encouraged groups of people to gather for discussions, studies, prayers and enjoyment of music. His customary question was always, “well, brothers and sisters, when shall we begin to do good?”

I invite you to explore our website and visit our community. Whether you visit for a brief time, are looking for a new parish home, feel lost spiritually, or want to make a fresh start, this community will embrace and warmly welcome you.

I look forward to personally greet you in the spirit of St. Philip Neri, “Well, brother and sister, you are most welcome here at St. Philip Neri Parish. Won’t you join us to do good in honor of God the creator?”

Thank you! Grazie!

Mass Times

Weekday Mass Schedule
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday, 8am
Friday, 12:10pm
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Weekend Mass Schedule
(Both masses are live-streamed on
Facebook and YouTube
Saturday @ 4pm
Sunday @ 9:30am 

Reconciliation:
By appointment only.

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Whether you are new to Portland, new to our area, new to anything being Catholic, we welcome you.

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As Catholics, we are fortunate to receive and celebrate the gifts of the sacraments.

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“We, the welcoming community of St. Philip Neri, empowered by the compassion of Jesus Christ and supported by the Eucharist and the Word, dedicate ourselves to engage with and enrich the lives of those we touch.”

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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time | July 3, 2022
Lectionary: 102 Reading 1  Is 66:10-14c Thus says the LORD:  Rejoice with Jerusalem and be glad because of her,  all you who love her;  exult, exult with her,  all you who were mourning over her!  Oh, that you may suck fully  of the milk of her comfort,  that you may nurse with delight  at her abundant breasts!  For thus says the LO...

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Prayer Requests | July 3, 2022
The following people from our parish who need our prayers.  Andrea Del Rosario • Antonette Amato • Teri Cettina  •  Karen Polis Augie & Frances Gatto (71st Wedding Annivesary)  Please contact the office if you, or someone you know needs our prayers! info@stphilipneripdx.org

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Sanctuary Candle Offerings | July 2 > July 9, 2022
The Sanctuary lamp next to the Tabernacle burns to remind us of the sacramental presence of Jesus Christ. If you wish to have the Sanctuary Candle burning in memory of a loved one, to honor a special occasion, or a special intention, you can make arrangements with the Parish Office. The cost of the candle is $20 and it burns for one week. A notice of yo...

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FORMED > Pick of the Week | June 26, 2022
Dear Parishioners, It gives me great joy to share with you that our parish now has a subscription to FORMED, a premier online platform filled with over 4,000 Catholic studies, movies, audio dramas, talks, e-books, and even cartoons for our children. FORMED has content from over 60 apostolates, including Augustine Institute, Ignatius Press, and the Knights of Columbus, with material th...

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Progress on our Buildings

Posted on June 23, 2022 in: General News

Progress on our Buildings
Roof tear-off on the Old Church is completed. Replacement shingles are next. The church’s handsome front doors have been resheathed with bronze. Aren’t they handsome? They replicate the architect’s original design.              v

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