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June 22
 
"If we lived in a state where virtue was profitable, common sense would make us saintly. But since we see that avarice, anger, pride and stupidity commonly profit far beyond charity, modesty, justice and thought, perhaps we must stand fast a little, even at the risk of being heroes."
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Bishop Extends Dispensation to September 1

Bishop Frank Dewane has extended the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass and it will remain in effect untill September 1, 2020. You can read the Bishop's letter HERE.

Mass Attendance Guidelines

Please read the Mass Attendance Guildelines HERE before coming to Mass. These guidelines will need to be strictly adhered to in order to protect the health and safety of everyone in attendance.

All those, as defined by the health department, as more vulnerable (i.e. 65 + years of age, those with compromised immune systems, those with underlying health conditions) as well as those who are sick or experiencing any symptoms are encouraged to stay at home.

Until further notice, all other parish activities remain suspended. This includes Knights of Columbus, Youth Group, Rosary Groups, and any other organized parish activity other than the Sacred Liturgy.

Mass Schedule 

Daily Mass 
Monday - Saturday
8:00am
(Please note we will not have the Rosary before Mass.)

Saturday Vigil Mass
4:00pm

Sunday Masses
(The change to our usual Sunday Mass schedule is to allow enough time to sanitize the church between Masses.)
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm

Mass Times

Mass Schedule
beginning Monday, May 18

Daily Mass
Monday - Saturday
8:00am
(Please note we will not have the Rosary before Mass.)

Saturday Vigil Mass
4:00pm

Sunday Masses
(The change to our usual Sunday Mass schedule is to allow enough time to sanitize the church between Masses.)
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm

Please keep in mind that Bishop Frank Dewane has extended the dispensation from Sunday Mass obligation until September 1st. All those, as defined by the health department, as more vulnerable (i.e. 65 + years of age, those with compromised immune systems, those with underlying health conditions) as well as those who are sick or experiencing any symptoms are encouraged to stay at home.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday - 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
(Closed from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm)

Photo Gallery

  • Mass
  • Taize Prayer Service December 2018
  • Blessing of the Pets 2018
  • STM Bell Tower
  • Trinity Icon
  • Youth Mission Trip 2018 Washington, DC
  • Mary's Memorial Garden
  • Blessing of the Pets 2018
  • Blessing of the Pets 2018
  • Easter Vigil
  • Blessing of the Pets 2018
  • Mary's Memorial Garden

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Text / Email Scam Alert

Parishes throughout the diocese have been made aware that someone is creating fake text/email accounts using the names of priests of the Diocese and /or parish staff. Theyare using these fake accounts to contact parishioners requesting donations in the form of gift cards, Pay Pal and/or wire transfers. The messages often greet the person by name and have the priests name in the closing signature of the message. The best defense against this sort of scam is to not respond or open any worrying attachments. It is Diocesan policy that no priest or staff within the Diocese request donations in the form of gift cards, PayPal, MoneyGram, etc..

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