Welcome to St. Louise Parish!

We are an active and growing, ethnically rich community that invites all to join together in Liturgy, Fellowship, and Service.
Our mission as members of Saint Louise Catholic Church is to Ignite Faith and Witness God's Love.


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The 2018 Annual Catholic Appeal is underway! We are seeking everyone’s participation this year so that we reach our goal of $291,545 as quickly as possible.

If you gave last year, please consider increasing your gift by 5% this year. If you did not give last year, would you consider a gift of a dollar a day ($365)? Gifts of any amount are welcome, and your gift will make a big impact on many lives!

All gifts have until April 2019 to be fulfilled. Thank you for your support and participation!

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Welcome/CRHP Retreat, go to

You Are Cordially Invited to...
• Find Clarity and Purpose 
• Form Meaningful Relationships 
• Get a Fresh Perspective

These are incredible experiences that you can encounter at a Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) Weekend Retreat.  We’re all busy and we can all come up with plenty of excuses, but remember that one “YES” can change your life in wonderful ways. We hope to see you there!

 OCTOBER 13 & 14, 2018
   APRIL 27 & 28, 2019

   NOVEMBER 3 & 4, 2018


Parish Calendar

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Liturgy Schedule

Weekend Masses

Saturday: 5PM Vigil
Sunday: 7:30AM, 9AM, 11AM, 1PM en Español, 6PM Life Teen

Weekday Liturgies

9AM Mass:  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

9AM Liturgy of the Word with Communion:  Tuesday

Anointing of the Sick Mass (English)

9AM First Saturday of the Month

Reconciliation (English and Spanish):

Saturday:  3-4:30PM or by appointment

Entire liturgy schedule with Holy Days, Holidays and presiders schedule.

Parish Office Hours

Monday:  9AM-6PM (closed between 12:30-1:30PM)
Tuesday thru Friday:  9AM-7PM
Saturday and Sunday:  Closed



News and Events

Help for Volcano Victims in Guatemala
Volcan de Fuego–Fire Volcano–erupted Sunday, June 3 in Guatemala, burying one whole community in ash and blocking roads with a deadly flow of rocks, ash and hot gas.
Roads, bridges and houses have been destroyed, families have evacuated the area. The death toll is at 110 and is expected to climb.
Catholic Relief Services’ local partner Caritas Escuintla is already providing lifesaving assistance within emergency shelters.
Your help is needed. Your gift helps provide immediate emergency food, water and other essential living supplies. Please give today to your brothers and sisters affected by the volcanic eruption in Guatemala.

2018 Annual Stewardship of Treasure Renewal

We are most grateful to everyone that had the chance to return their completed Stewardship of Treasure commitment card – Thank You for your participation and generous support.  If you did not receive a brochure with Fr. Gary’s letter and a commitment card in the mail, please take one from the pews or complete a commitment card online at http://stlouise.org/myoffering2018.

Please read Fr. Gary’s letter to our parish here.

If you have any questions or need help, please contact Barbara Abbott at 425 214-5471 or barbara@stlouise.org. Thank you for your generous support of our parish life and mission.

New Direction for Parish - From Maintanence to Mission

Leadership and "The Way ahead" documents

Flowing from our new Mission Statement: Ignite Faith and Witness God's Love, and as a part of our eight-point Strategic Plan, our parish staff and the councils and commissions are working to implement a new structure for the staff and the councils and commissions. Some of the changes are immediate, and others will be implemented over time. You will find the changes detailed in two documents that you can read on our website, Parish Leadership" and "The Way Ahead.” You can also read Fr. Gary's State of the Parish homily here that he shared the weekend of January 21 & 22, 2017.

5 year Strategic Plan

Download the executive summary draft of our 5-year strategic plan.
Download the entire document of our 5-year strategic plan.


The Seattle Archdiocesan Vocations website is at


How does God want you to use your gifts?

Every person has a vocation, a way God is calling them to love.
Discernment is the process by which you discover God's will and plan for you.
Maybe you are discerning your vocation within the church, and are wondering if you are called to the priesthood. Read on. There are many resources here that can help.




Five things you can do
to help immigrants at the border

(from America Magazine; https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2018/06/19/father-james-martin-five-things-you-can-do-help-immigrants-border )


Bishops condemn family separation at U.S.-Mexico border

Archbishop J. Peter Sartain and Auxiliary Bishops Eusebio Elizondo and Daniel Mueggenborg of the Archdiocese of Seattle join in supporting and affirming the statement by Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, archbishop of Galveston-Houston and president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, condemning the separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico border.



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