Welcome!

Saint Irenaeus Catholic Church has been part of the Cypress community since 1961 - a time when there were more cows than Catholics! Since then we have grown into a vibrant, active parish with as many ministries as diverse as we are... from bible study, feeding the hungry, Evangelization Retreat, to a variety of music ministries serving our children, teens, adults, Spanish speaking parishioners, and the Filipino Catholic Federation. If you're looking for an opportunity to participate, you'll find it at Saint Irenaeus Catholic Church.


Been looking for a way to nurture your faith, reconnect, get more involved, or simply a place to pray? We welcome you with open arms!

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Parenting in a Digital World

INTERNET SAFETY • THREATS • SOLUTIONS

Thursday, April 19 in the Parish Hall

6:30 to 8:30 p.m.


Free two hour cyber safety seminar for elementary, middle and high school parents.


For parents only. No children allowed in the presentation.

Live2free...

...the world from all forms of slavery!

Wednesday, April 25

7:00 p.m. in the Education Building


Our Bridge of Light: Human Trafficking to Human Triumph Ministry invites you to attend this

Human Trafficking Prevention presentation by Live2free, a student mobilization group, from Vanguard University. 


Dementia: How can I help?

Monday, May 21st: 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall


Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia.


The goal of this presentation is to help you:

• experience awareness of the challenges people with memory loss face everyday

• learn strategies to communicate and connect effectively with those who have memory loss

• improve the quality of visits with dementia patients

• reduce frustration experienced as a caregiver

• increase your sense of empathy and compassion