St. Katharine Drexel
101 Vista Point Blvd
Recitation of the Holy Rosary 11:30 AM
Mass at Noon
Coffee and Pastries After Mass
First Sundays each month
1st and 3rd Thursdays:
Adoration 11 AM - 12:15 PM
Communion Service 12:15 - 12:40 PM
History of Catholic Spirituality Classes
Second Sundays each month following Mass
Beginning June 13th and continuing for 12 sessions
Please join Fr. Bruno, Dcn. Floyd & Wife Kristin
Open House at Floyd & Kristin’s
May 12th, 5-7 pm
There will be ample food and drink, but please bring your own favorite beverage if you like.
12704 Koskella Road, south of the
Gold Fork River
Drive north of Cascade about 11 miles and turn right onto E 4 Lane (E 4 is the next road north past Goode Lane, and the road before Davis Creek Road), go several hundred yards to Koskella Road, cross road and go through the double gate (house number 12704 is on right side of gate), uphill and over the canal, veer right up slope through snow stakes about 100 yards and take right at the fork in the road, go through green gate into the trees to log home.
Phone if you’re lost: 208.861.4115
Deacon Floyd Homilies
Click on the red icons below to read, download, or print. New homilies will be added each month.
The Koehler Family donated this beautiful family antique icon, thought to be of Florentine origin. Donated to the St Katharine Drexel church in perpetuity, the icon is encased in a custom cabinet made by Deacon Floyd Loomis. Figures in the painting are the Madonna and Child accompanied by several saints. These are thought to be St Agnes, St Bonaventure, and St John the Evangelist on the left, and St Catherine of Siena, St Bernard, and St Augustine on the right..
The painting was originally the center of a triptych, and was purchased by Keith and Betty Koehler while in Mexico City in 1948. The government had seized many Catholic properties and sold it during the Cristero War to raise funds. The artist is unknown.