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.
“St. Mary Catholic Church is a Sacramental community united in Christ, proclaiming God’s love through liturgy, prayer, education, and service to others.”
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.”
Feast of the Presentation Celebration, Our Parish Feast day.
Please join us for a special Mass on our parish feast day at St. Mary, Our Lady of the Presentation, Catholic Church, Friday, Feb. 2nd 2018 at 6:00pm.
We will have a special solemn Novus Ordo Mass in Latin celebrated by Rev. Ronald Nelson. The Mass will chanted and be accompanied by traditional Latin chant with a chant schola lead by David Phillips.
Come experience this beautiful celebration reminiscent of the kind of liturgy that inspired Fr. Nelson’s vocation to the priesthood. There will be light reception following the Mass at about 7:30pm. All are welcome!
Farewell to Deacon Tom
Deacon Tom Altenhofen has officially retired from his work at the parish. We wish him well and thank him (and his wife, Susan) for his many years of faithful service to our parish.