First established in 1995, we are the Roman Catholic Church community in Christiansburg. Started as a mission parish of St. Mary’s Blacksburg , we have grown to a multi-cultural community of over 200 families. We welcome you to become a part of our growing family.

Dearly Beloved,

Grace, Peace and abundance of life in Christ Jesus be with you! It is with great joy that I welcome you into this Holy Spirit Community. It is my prayer that you will feel you belong to this family of God in Christiansburg, VA.
We are the Holy Spirit family and we welcome all to a greater relationship with the Holy Trinity and a deeper meaning in worship. As a family, we do have other spiritual, devotional and faith formation programs outside the main liturgical celebration (Mass). I encourage you to seek to be in any of these faith formation and developing pro-grams. No age group is left out in this great family of God. For any further assistance to the Sacraments or Spiritual Direction, do give us a call at 540-381-0299, officemanager@holyspiritcatholic.net or contact me directly via email at asenyah@richmonddiocese.org.
May the good Lord who has brought you home with us, bless you in every endeavor.

Fr. Anthony O. Senyah

Daily Reading

Memorial of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Readings for the The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Memorial Reading I 2 Cor 5:14-21 Brothers and sisters: The love of Christ impels us, once we have come to the conviction that one died for all; therefore, all have died. He indeed died for all, so that those who live might no longer live for themselves but for him who for their sake died and was raised. Consequently, from now on we regard no one according to the flesh; even if we once knew Christ according to the flesh, yet now we know him so no longer. So…

Lecturas Diarias

Memoria del Corazón Inmaculado de la Bienaventurada Virgen María
Readings for the Memoria del Corazón Inmaculado de María Primera Lectura 2 Cor 5, 14-21 Hermanos: El amor de Cristo nos apremia, al pensar que si uno murió por todos, todos murieron. Cristo murió por todos para que los que viven ya no vivan para sí mismos, sino para aquel que murió y resucitó por ellos. Por eso nosotros ya no juzgamos a nadie con criterios humanos. Si alguna vez hemos juzgado a Cristo con tales criterios, ahora ya no lo hacemos. El que vive según Cristo es una creatura nueva; para él todo lo viejo ha pasado; ya todo…