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 Vocations Events…

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Quo Vadis Days Camp

The Diocese of Boise will hold its first annual Quo Vadis Days Camp July 27-30, 2015 at the Nazareth Retreat Center in Boise. Cost for the camp is $40. Quo Vadis Days is a 3-Day camp run by priests and seminarians for young Catholic men who will be in grades 9-12 next year. The purpose of the camp is to learn more about the priesthood, to deepen their faith, and to better discern God’s call in their lives.

Questions? Contact the Vocations Office at 208-342-1311 or vocationsoffice@rcdb.org. To register for the camp, visit the QV Days website at www.qvdays.org



"Unified Relay Across America through Boise, ID"

The Saint Mark’s Knights of Columbus are shown here with the “Flame of Hope” at the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America.  The flame originated in Greece and is on the way to the Los Angeles Coliseum, the site of the 2015 World Special Olympic games.

Thank you, to our Saint Mark’s Knights of Columbus, for their dedication to service throughout our community as well as our parish.

PRESCHOOL at St. Mark’s Catholic School

For information on enrolling your children in preschool please go to St. Mark’s Preschool.


Meet Father Reginald U. Nwauzor

I was born and raised in Umuapu village at Aba, Abia State, Nigeria West Africa. My parents, Joseph and Mary are long deceased. I come from a fairly large family, 5 girls and 5 boys although 3 are deceased. My extended family today exceeds 90 including grand and great grand nieces and nephews. My parents were successful farmers. My father was a traditional priest and a native doctor serving his community traditionally before converting to Christianity at eighty-five. I can confidently claim that my father handed over the baton of priesthood to me but according to the rites and rituals of the Roman Catholic Church. I was not Catholic from birth but was baptized at eleven with my mother on the same day. I miss my parents and they remain the best teachers and friends that I ever had.

For more about Father Reginald click Meet Father Reginald

Vacation Bible School 2015


Join us in Hometown Nazareth, where we’ll explore what life was like when Jesus was a young boy. You’ll craft cool projects in the marketplace, laugh as you play Bible-times games, visit with Jesus’ mom, Mary, and eat foods just like the ones Jesus ate. Plus, you’ll meet lots of new friends!

You can download the registration here: VBS 2015 Registration or if you are considering volunteering please download a VBS 2015 Volunteer Only Form.



Four Parish Growth Initiatives 

Please continue to pray for the success of our “Four Parish Growth Initiatives” of our parish, which are:
1) Growth and Development in our Youth Program
2) Engaging families in our parish
3) Evangelization
4) Developing strong Financial Health of our parish.

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