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The Season of Advent12-04-2020Rev. Brian F. Manning
Dear Parishioner and Friends of Saint Mary’s,
I hope all of you and your loved ones had a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving. This year is a different year and so we must all make the best of what we have before us. Thanksgiving is about gratitude. Certainly this year we can understand how much we must be grateful for in our lives. The Pandemic has made us think, feel, see, perceive and reflect upon life in many different ways.READ MORE
An active preparation time11-29-2020Fr. Brian
Have you noticed how other people, maybe even you, are constantly late and keep people waiting? Have you noticed other people, maybe even you, who are on time or ready even a little early? People who are constantly late are either unintentionally or intentionally expressing that other people and their time do not matter. “You can simply wait for me as if you and your time are not of value” is often the un-thought thought. We called these folks “thoughtless or obtuse.” We all are late at some point and may have a valid excuse such as sudden responsibilities, un-planned traffic due to an accident, children, “others,” or whatever as an excuse. Some people always seem to take advantage of a real or vague excuse and are always late. Some folks excuse themselves by saying “Well, I am always late.” They do not understand that being chronically late is a serious flaw because, in fact, it expresses their lack of valuing others. We have now begun the season of Advent. We know this is called the Season of Waiting. This waiting, however, is different.READ MORE
Noon Mass added starting the First Week of Advent
Starting with the First Sunday in Advent, November 29 aka the Sunday after Thanksgiving,, we will begin celebrating a 12:00pm Mass each Sunday. Our attendance at weekend Masses continues to increase slowly. The trending numbers of attendance suggest that we should begin the Noon Mass at that point in time.
Women's Faith Formation
Add Sat, Dec 5 @ 9:15 AM
Hope during a pandemic Christmas
Guest speaker: Fr. Vin Dailey
The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Add Mon, Dec 7 - Tue, Dec 8
Mon, Dec 7 4:00pm Vigil Mass
Tue, Dec 8 9:00am