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Upcoming Events

All Saints Day – November 1st
Thursday, November 1, All Saints day is a Holy Day of Obligation. Our Mass schedule is 7AM, 8:45AM and 7:30PM in the upper church. In observance of All Saints Day, the Parish Office
will be closed.

Eucharistic Adoration & Mass – November 2nd
On Friday, November 2nd, we will have Eucharistic Adoration after the 8:45AM Mass in the Upper Church. Since November 2nd is also All Souls Day and we have a Mass at 7:30PM, the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament ends at 6PM. Please consider spending time in prayer and adoration of Jesus. We are inviting the families of those who have been buried from St. Mary’s this past year to the 7:30 P.M. Mass Friday evening. At that liturgy, their loved ones will be mentioned by name in the General Intercessions.

Return to Standard Time on November 4th
We return to Eastern Standard Time at 2AM on Sunday, November 4th. Remember to turn your clocks back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday evening, of November 3rd.

A time for Healing – A Reason for Hope on November 7th
Please join the St. Mary’s Parish community as we gather in the wake of the sex abuse scandals for an evening of prayer and dialogue on Wednesday November 7th at 7:30PM in the church. It will be a time to pray together, get the facts and share our feelings.

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Election 2018

For a democracy to function, all of its citizens need to be informed and participate. One vital way of participating is choosing our representatives. Over the next few weeks, in preparation for the November 6th election, there will be a discussion of some issues in the bulletin from a Catholic perspective. A brochure that highlights Catholic Social Teaching is available here.

This brochure has been created by the Social Justice Committee. The members of the committee are Barbara Barba, Therese Crowley, Father Pat Donohue, Gerry Drummond, Julia Farrell, Rory Klenck, Margaret Manley, Deacon John Sylvester and Grace Tagliareni.