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Worship times

(Scroll down for Lent and Holy Week Schedule)

Sunday Masses
Vigil Mass (Saturday evening) ~ 5:30 pm.
In English ~ 7:30 am, 9:00 am, & 11:00 am
En Español ~ 1:00 pm
Life Teen Mass ~ 5:30 pm

Daily Masses
M-F ~ 6:55 am & 12:15 pm
Saturday ~ 8:00 am

Holy Day of Obligation &
Special Feast Day Masses
(when observed on a weekday)
Mass in English ~ 7:00 am , 12:15 pm & 5:30 pm
Mass in Spanish ~ 7:00 pm (when appropriate)

National Holiday Masses
(when observed on a weekday)
Mass in English ~ 9:00 am

Reconciliation
Wednesday ~ 11:00-11:45am
Friday ~ 11:00 – Noon
Saturday ~ 4:00 & 7:00 pm
(also available by appointment)

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Every Day ~ 24 Hours
at the Adoration Chapel

Stations of the Cross
Every Friday of Lent at 7:00 pm (Bilingual)
On Good Friday at 12:15 pm

Holy Thursday March 24
No Morning Masses
Evening Mass – 7:00 pm

Good Friday Service March 25
In English – 3:00 pm
En Espanol – 7:00 pm

Holy Saturday March 26
No Morning Masses
Vigil Mass for Easter – 8:30 pm

Easter Masses March 26-27
Vigil Mass (Saturday Evening) – 8:30 pm
Sunday – 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Spanish), No lifeTeen Mass

Divine Mercy Sunday, April 3
Regular Sunday Mass Times
Divine Mercy Holy Hour – 3:00 pm

 

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Welcome to St. Mary Catholic Church!

We hope that you have found and will continue to find opportunities here to worship, grow in faith, and thrive in service. To help you, we have attempted in this web site to present an overview of all of the programs, ministries, and groups sharing in the life of our parish.

If you would like to register in the parish, find out more about the parish, or become more involved in any way — listed or not — please continue browsing our web site or contact the parish staff.

Mission

“St. Mary Catholic Church is a Sacramental community united in Christ, proclaiming God’s love through liturgy, prayer, education, and service to others.”

Core Values

At St. Mary Church, the Core Values important to us as we live out our Mission are:

Tradition – We are a Eucharistic community committed to the sacred traditional liturgy, music, and sacraments of the Roman Catholic faith.

Education – We are a community dedicated to making available high quality religious education for all parishioners, returning Catholics, and those interested in the faith.

Stewardship – We are a community that encourages all members to share their time, talent, and treasure as a way of life.

Outreach – We are a community dedicated to a sense of belonging through faith-sharing, reconciliation, and the welcoming of all people, especially those in need.”

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Upcoming Events

The Spiritual Works of Mercy: A Lenten Bible Study

Fr. Bryce will be offering a Lenten Bible Study on the Spiritual Works of Mercy in accord with the Jubilee Year of Mercy.  The Classes will be held on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am.
-Feb. 17 – “An Old Testament View of Mercy”
-Feb. 24 – “A New Testament View of Mercy”
-March 2 – “Spiritual Works of Mercy: To instruct the Ignorant and the Counsel the Doubtful”
-March 9 – “Spiritual Works of Mercy: To Admonish Sinners and to Bear Wrongs Patiently”
-March 16 – “Spiritual Works of Mercy: To Forgive Offenses Willingly.  To Comfort the Afflicted and to Pray for the Living and the Dead”

Our Elections

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