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  • Today's Readings

    • Reading 1  Is 49:1-6
      Responsorial Psalm  71:1-2, 3-4a, 5ab-6ab, 15 and 17
      Gospel  Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
  • Bp. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • Friends, in today’s Gospel the Lord recognizes Judas as his betrayer. And after this he performs his greatest wonder. In the course of the supper, Jesus identifies himself so radically with the...
  • Catholic Link

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  • Special Mass Times


    Confession will be available from 7:00pm - 8:00pm daily at St. Mary's, except for Tuesday (and First Friday) when Confession will be at St. Elizabeth's during that same time.

    Beginning Thursday, March 19th at 3:00 PM, all Masses and public Adoration is suspended until further notice.  Adorers may still use the Adoration chapel, but only one at a time.

    The weekly Kids Bulletin is available under the Faith Formation - Youth tab!

    The Parish office is closed to the public until further notice.  Please call the office if you have a need.
  • Novena

    This is the novena asking for the intercession of several saints to come to our aid in the current global crisis. Follow each of the specific daily prayers with the:  Memorare, St. Michael’s Prayer and a Glory Be.                 
    Day 1:  St. Anthony the Great
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking for your aid in the presence crisis.  Be with all of those who have the coronavirus both in our nation and abroad.  We ask that all those who have contracted the virus would be able to receive appropriate medical attention and recover.  St. Anthony the Great, patron saint of those afflicted with infectious diseases, pray for us.
    Day 2:  St. Edmund the Martyr
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking that coronavirus pandemic would quickly and swiftly end.  We ask that through the intercession of St. Edmund the Martyr, this pandemic would end in a way that could only be attributed to your divine intervention and mercy.  St. Edmund the Martyr, patron saint of the victims of pandemics, pray for us.
    Day 3:  St. Quirinus of Neuss
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking for a miraculous end to the present coronavirus crisis.  We ask that through the intercession of St. Quirinus of Neuss, who saw miracles and converted, that these miracles would bring more souls to you.  St. Quirinus of Neuss, patron saint of those affected by bubonic plague, pray for us.
    Day 4:  St. Luke
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking that you would place a hedge of protection over the doctors and other healthcare providers who are caring for those afflicted with coronavirus.  We ask that through intercession of St. Luke they would be kept safe so that they may continue to provide the care that the patients need to survive.  St. Luke, patron saint of physicians, pray for us.
    Day 5:  St. Albert
    Gracious Father, we thank you for the ability you have given scientists to co-create with you.  We ask, through the intercession of St. Albert, that you would inspire scientists around the world with the needed solutions to the present crisis.  St. Albert, patron saint of natural scientists, pray for us.
    Day 6:  St. Joseph
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking that we would see your churches reopen soon.  We ask that through the intercession of St. Joseph , Catholic Churches would return to celebrating the Mass, so that all Catholics may again participate in the source and summit of their faith.  St. Joseph, patron saint of the Universal Church, pray for us.
    Day 7: St. Matthew
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking that you would preserve the global economy.  We ask, through the intercession of St. Matthew, that a global recession would be avoided and individual economies would recover quickly from the present crisis.  St. Matthew, patron saint of finances, pray for us.
    Day 8:  St. Raphael
    Gracious Father, we come before you today asking that you would provide miraculous healing for those who have coronavirus.  We ask, through the intercession of St. Raphael, that carriers and those with symptoms would be miraculously healed.  St Raphael, patron saint of healing, pray for us.
    Day 9:  Mary Mother of God
    Gracious Father, we come before you today, asking for a rapid end to the coronavirus pandemic.  We ask, through the intercession of Mary, that the present crisis would end and that the solution would reflect your majesty.  Mary, patron saint of all humanity, pray for us.