Lord, how good it is for us to be here -- Matthew 17

Masses for the Week

 

LORD, IT IS GOOD FOR US TO BE HERE!!!!

Note that reservations are requested If you are a regular attendee, we have your information, no need to register, we will check you in at the door. All others - welcome back - and please use the On-Line Giving and Event Registration page on this website to make your free reservation for a weekend Mass.  We will continue to livestream the 9 AM Mass.  If for any reason you did not register but want to attend Mass, please come.  We will take your contact information at the door. 

If you are not feeling well, please stay home.  Masks will be required for all in attendance - from the minute you exit your car until you return to your car  - please bring one with you. The mask should be cloth or surgical, covering your nose and mouth, face shields alone cannot take the place of a mask, the CDC has indicated they are not effective in preventing disease spread unless paired with a mask.  The church will be cleaned between Masses. Social distancing will be maintained: seating will be in designated areas, and we will be assisting you in seating, entering and exiting.  We want everyone to be safe!

Friday January 22  

No Service Scheduled

 

Saturday January 23 4:30 PM

George Bischoping

Gael Garrity

Sunday January 24 9 AM and Livestream

Bob Dolan

The Empty Nesters

    11 AM

Peter Mittello

St. Mary's Nursing Class of 1968

Monday January 25 6:45 AM

Communion Service

 

Tuesday January 26 9 AM

Communion Service

 

Wednesday January 27 6:45 AM

Communion Service

 

Thursday January 28  

No Service Scheduled

 

Friday January 29  

No Service Scheduled

 

Saturday January 30 4:30 PM

Jack Byrne

Michelle and Bob Jordan

Sunday Janury 31 9 AM and Livestream

Dottie Murawa

Deacon Pat and Roxanne DiLaura

    11 AM

Jim Brayer

The Cox Family