Parish Golf Outing and Banquet - 2018

St. Robert's 19th Annual Golf Outing & Banquet will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018 at the Pacific Springs Golf Course.  There will be an 11:15 am check-in and silent auction, noon shotgun start, and banquet to follow at Pacific Springs. Cost is $110 per player--includes 18 holes, carts, lunch, dinner, hole prizes, and a whole lot of fun. Come and swing for the youth and help raise money for the Youth Group and numerous other youth activities at St. Robert's school and parish!  Space is limited, so sign-up early.  Click here for more details:

pdf Parish Golf Outing & Banquet Flyer - 2018 (70 KB)
pdf Parish Golf Outing Sponsor Flyer - 2018 (86 KB)

Welcome! Fr. Mark McKercher

Fr. Mark hails from Blair, NE and attended St. John Vianney Seminary in St. Paul, MN. He was ordained by Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss in 1997. He has served in Dodge, Olean, Neligh, West Point, and Tilden. He was Senior Associate Pastor at St. Cecilia Cathedral before his assignment to St. Stephen the Martyr in 2012. In addition to his gifts as a priest, he has taught high school religion for 10 years in West Point and Elgin.

He enjoys classical music and baseball (not necessarily in that order), being an avid fan of Beethoven, the Cincinnati Reds, and whoever is playing the Yankees.

Welcome to St. Robert's!


“Open Call for Artists”
Are you an aspiring, hobbyist or professional artist interested in displaying your talents at an Art Show & Exhibition?  St Robert Bellarmine invites you to join our talented parishioners and display your artwork at our “Enjoy the Journey: The Journey is Yours!” Art show.  The Journey will be on display in the Mainelli Center, January 2019.  Dust off your paints, sketches, camera, or media of your choosing and start making magic!  Visit our website to reserve your spot or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Reserve your exhibition space today.  “The Journey is Yours!”  “The human heart plans the way, but the LORD directs the steps.”
Proverbs 16:9.