St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church

Celebrating the Catholic faith for 107 years in Whitefish, Montana.

Thanksgiving Mass - November 27 - 8:30 a.m.


Parish Information

Founded: 1907
Address: 230 Baker Avenue
Mail: P. O. Box 128
            Whitefish, MT 59937
Phone: (406) 862-2051
Fax: (866) 948-8416
Emergencies: (406) 871-3605
Pastor: Fr. Ken Fortney
Office Administrator: 
Cher' LeLievre  
Faith Formation: Lynn Beck
Faith Formation: Niki MacLean
R.C.I.A.: Daryl & Pat Russell
Maintenance: Rolly Taylor
Office Hours: 
  Mon. through Thurs.
       9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Closed Fridays & Federal Holidays
Masses: Schedule*

*When there is a funeral, or a Holy Day Mass,
the daily Mass is abrogated.

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Homilies may now be found under: “Information/Parish/Liturgy/homilies”.
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The parish is now able to accept credit/debit card
payment for any purchases.

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Question of the Week:
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Should we address Mary as “you” or “thee”?

There really is no theological point involved. There is not an official translation anywhere. There is no text in the Enchiridion of Indulgences. Some prayer books use you and your while others use thee, thy, and thou. It is a matter of personal preference and generational differences, what sounds best to a person’s ear and what he or she memorized as a child. When it comes to the Lord’s Prayer, the Sacramentary uses thy in the first part of the prayer. Our bishops thought that was the way people learned the prayer and they would be most familiar and comfortable with it. Yet in the priest’s part and in the doxology following the prayer, the Sacramentary uses you and your to address the Father. The biggest reason for using one over the other (thee or you) is for unity in public and common prayer.

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Last Published: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 02:16 PM