*PUBLIC WEEKEND MASSES WILL BEGIN JUNE 6 (RESERVATION REQUIRED)*

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

ENGLISH
-6 PM (Saturday)
-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 3-6 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
-SAT 6:30 PM (after Mass during Lent starting March 21)

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





CELEBRATE EASTER WITH ST. MARY'S

If you are able, please make a generous and sacrificial gift to bring Christ to all

A GUIDE TO CELEBRATE EASTER WITH ST. MARY'S

“Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them” (Mt 18:20).

This Easter, we will still come together as a St. Mary's community!

Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray - 9 AM
Today, Easter Sunday (and every day), enjoy your morning coffee while joining Fr. Gray and fellow families and friends for prayer, the day's scripture readings, and a reflection. Log in at around 8:50 to greet and chat with others!

Missed it? Check back below for the recording.

LOG IN FOR MORNING COFFEE


St. Mary's Sunday
Click below for the special Easter Sunday edition of the daily "St. Mary's Minute" video reflection!

Live Divine Mercy Novena - 3:00-3:10 PM
Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy live with fellow St. Mary's parishioners today as a part of the Divine Mercy Novena, prayed every day from Good Friday and ending Saturday, April 18.


RESOURCES FOR KIDS & FAMILIES

Holy Week Home Kit
Click below to get a free, awesome "Holy Week at Home" kit from Catholic Family Crate. It provides a fun and creative easy-to-follow plan for Holy Week, including prayers, recipes, beautiful hymns, crafts, and more for each day!

Formed.org
This Holy Week, checkout St. Mary's free parish-wide subscription to Formed.Org, the "Catholic Netflix." Formed has hundreds of videos, movies, classes, kids resources, audiobooks, and more from the best Catholic teachers and leaders.

Get the "Holy Week at Home" Kit! Sign Up for Formed.org

ADDITIONAL DAILY RESOURCES

Special Daily Prayer Intentions

  • For doctors, nurses, medical staff, all people working in hospitals and clinics, all our medical specialists and researchers for their heroic service to our people in these difficult times.
  • For their continued safety and well-being as well as for their families and loved ones.
  • For those infected by the disease and the vulnerable, may they find healing in God's grace.
  • For those who have died and their loved ones in their moments of grief, that they may find hope and consolation in God's promise of eternal life.
  • For families of the deceased and their loved ones in their time of grief.

Pray with Our Bishop
Bishop Oscar Solis has asked us to pray the following prayers each day during the coronavirus pandemic.

THE ANGELUS
The Angel of the Lord declared to Mary:
And she conceived of the Holy Spirit.

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. AMEN.

Behold the handmaid of the Lord:
Be it done unto me according to Thy word.

Hail Mary... And the Word was made Flesh:
And dwelt among us.

Hail Mary... Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God,
That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray:

Pour forth, we beseech Thee, O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts; that we, to whom the incarnation of Christ, Thy Son, was made known by the message of an angel, may by His Passion and Cross be brought to the glory of His Resurrection, through the same Christ Our Lord. AMEN.

PRAYER OF CONSECRATION OF OUR DIOCESE TO THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY
O Mary, Virgin most powerful and Mother of Mercy, we consecrate our very being, our whole life and ourselves: all that we have and all that we love to your Immaculate Heart. We consecrate to you our bodies, our hearts, and our souls, our homes, our families our Diocese and our country. We desire all that is in us and around us may share in the benefits of your motherly blessing.

We make this act of consecration and pledge to profess courageously and at all times, the truths of our holy Faith, and to live our Christian life as genuine Catholics, and obedient to our Holy Father, Pope Francis, the bishops and the clergy in communion with him. We pledge to keep our Baptismal promises and the Commandments of God and His Church, in particular to keep holy the Lord’s Day.

We promise you our glorious Mother of God, to devote ourselves wholeheartedly to the proclamation of the Gospel, and the spreading of devotion to your Immaculate Heart, in order to hasten and assure through the intercession of your Immaculate Heart, the coming of the kingdom of your Divine Son, in our own hearts and all the people of the world.

O Mary, Refuge of sinners and Health of the sick, you gave hope to your people in time of distress, and brought them comfort in time of sorrow. Keep us under your mantle of protection, all those who are suffering because of the coronavirus disease, and those who care for the sick and minister to their needs, as your Son implores us to do for one another.

Be with us now as a sign of salvation and hope, as we entrust ourselves to your loving care. Help us, O Mother of Divine Love, to remain steadfast in the midst of fear, suffering and death. Through Christ our Lord. AMEN.

PAST DAYS

HOLY SATURDAY

Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray - 9 AM
Log in for the daily live "Virtual Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray" at 9 AM. If you miss it, you can find the recording below!

Daily St. Mary's Minute
Check out each day's "St. Mary's Minute" video reflection! Find Holy Saturday's Minute below.

Live Divine Mercy Novena - 3:00-3:10 PM
Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy live with fellow St. Mary's parishioners for nine days, starting Good Friday and ending Saturday, April 18.


HOLY MONDAY - WEDNESDAY

Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray - Each Day at 9 AM
Log in for the daily live "Virtual Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray" at 9 AM. If you miss it, you can find the recordings below!

Daily St. Mary's Minute
Check out each day's "St. Mary's Minute" video reflection! For Holy Week, Father Gray is talking about the humiliations suffered by Christ between Palm Sunday and his Passion.

-Monday Minute: Barabbas
-Tuesday Minute: Indignities Suffered by Christ
-Wednesday Minute: Jesus Crucified with the Thieves

Get the Daily Readings Watch the Diocesan Mass Here

HOLY THURSDAY

Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray - 9 AM
Log in for here the daily live "Virtual Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray" at 9 AM. If you miss it, you'll be able to find the recording below.

Live "Way of Christ" Pastoral Talk & "Ask Me Anything" Q&A with Fr. Gray - 6:30 PM
Log in here for the virtual pastoral talk and Q&A with Fr. Gray.

Get the Daily Readings With the Diocesan Mass here

GOOD FRIDAY

Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray - 9 AM
Log in for the daily Live Virtual Morning Coffee with Fr. Gray at 9 AM. If you miss it, you can find the recordings below!

Daily St. Mary's Minute
Check out each day's "St. Mary's Minute" video reflection!

These days especially, it can seem the world is spinning out of control. But Fr. Christopher Gray reminds us below on this Good Friday to hold fast to the cross: our stability, our anchor, and our hope.

Live Divine Mercy Novena - 3:00-3:10 PM
Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy live with fellow St. Mary's parishioners for nine days, starting Good Friday and ending Saturday, April 18.

Good Friday Passion Live - 4 PM
See below for the recording with Fr. Gray and St. Mary's friends Fr. Joshua Neu and Dr. Gabriele Terrone of the Cathedral of the Madeleine and Choir School.