*PUBLIC WEEKEND MASSES HAVE BEGUN (RESERVATION REQUIRED)*

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sunday masses (only at st. mary's main church)

ENGLISH
-6 PM (Saturday)
-8 AM
-11 AM

ESPAÑOL
-2 PM

LATIN
-5 PM






*Drive-Thru Confession is available Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 4-5 PM*

*St. Mary's Church will be open Monday through Thursday 11 AM - 6 PM to visit and pray. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin at 5 PM, ending with benediction at around 5:50 PM. Click here for details and guidelines.*


*regular confession is suspended until further notice*

ST. MARY'S CHURCH
-FRI 8:30 AM
-SAT 4:30 PM

OLD TOWN CHAPEL
-SUN 2:00 PM

ST. LAWRENCE MISSION
-MON & TUES 9:00 AM
-WED 5:30 - 6:30 PM


*regular adoration is suspended until further notice*

ST. MARY'S CHURCH
-THUR 8:30 - 9:30 AM (after Mass)
-1st THUR 8:30 AM - 7:15 PM

ST. LAWRENCE MISSION
-WED 5:00 - 6:45 PM
-SUN 7:30 PM





darwinism, the existence of god, and a scientist's conversion - feb 9, 6:30 pm

darwinism, the existence of god, and a scientist's conversion



sunday, feb 9, 6:30 pm
st. mary's social hall

Free childcare will be available for 3-8 year olds (provided by state-licensed, diocesan-certified childcare professionals). If you will be utilizing this service, please email Killian Beeler at [email protected].

This is a parish-wide event in the social hall. Free Dinner will be provided by St. Mary's Religious Education and Young Adult Ministry.

Michael Weight is an MIT-trained mathematician and physicist turned evolutionary biologist currently working at the University of Utah. Excommunicated from the LDS Church as a teenager, he then spent most of the last decade and a half as an ardent atheist. However, through the grace of God, he recently converted to Catholicism and will be baptized this Easter. These meanderings through (dis)belief have given him a unique perspective on the relationship between science and faith.

On Sunday night in St. Mary's Social Hall, Weight will speak about his conversion, the relationship between traditional arguments for the existence of God and Darwinism, and the rational basis for faith.