We have gathered in one place everything related to our current responses to COVID-19, from Mass attendance procedures, Confession times, online resources, and more.
You do not need to sign up for daily Mass.
Mon–Fri: 6:30 am | 8:15 am
Sat: 8:15 am | 4:30 pm* | 5:45 pm*
Sun: 7:30 am | 8:00 am (Ave Maria) | 9:30 am | 10:00 am (Ave Maria) | 11:30 am | Noon (location depends on weather) | 5:00 pm
* Sunday anticipated Mass
Monday–Friday: 7:05–8:15 am (inside) | 8:50–9:15 am (inside)*
*Confessions end at promptly at 9:15 am (any extension depends on priest availability)
Saturday: 8:50–9:15 am (inside) | 3:15–4:30 pm (outside)
Sunday: starts at 7:00 am (outside) | 9:00 am (outside) | 11:00 am (outside) | 4:30 pm (inside)
Signing Up for Sunday Mass
- It is necessary to sign up for Sunday and anticipatory Masses and come to the Mass you signed up for.
- Some of our Masses are full each weekend especially our 4:30 Saturday and 9:30 and 11:30am Sunday Masses. Out of courtesy for all, please consider attending a different Mass that may be less full.
- Face coverings continue to be required at our indoor Masses at all times.
- Please use the exits nearest to you, and please do not congregate inside the building.
- If you are feeling ill or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive, please stay home.
Novena: the Archdiocese has recommended praying this novena Mar. 16-24.
The Coronavirus from the Perspective of Providence: this letter from Fr. Jose Granados, superior general of the DCJM, provides some timely spiritual wisdom and comfort.
Stations of the Cross: a version you may download to pray at home.
Setting up a Domestic Church and Learning Environment: a resource from St. Mary School on creating a positive and structured environment in your home.
Teach Us to Pray: a small guide to prayer from St. Mary Parish, including how to prepare to pray and how to get the most out of your prayer time.
Gospel Meditation: Fr. Armando’s weekly Gospel meditation, I Came to Bring Fire.
An Act of Spiritual Communion
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. I love You above all things and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there, and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
What Should I Do with My Weekly Offering?
Are you wondering what to do with your weekly parish offering during this time that we are unable to assemble for Mass? We have an answer! First, this is the perfect time to consider online giving. You can sign up to give electronically at Faith Direct (faithdirect.net), using parish code CO765. If you are giving via check or cash, you may drop your offering in the designated box in the church vestibule, or you may bring it by the parish office.
The current health-related crisis is likely to result in considerable financial strain on parishes around the country, including St. Mary. Please remember that while our lives and routines are being disrupted, parish expenses and bills continue as normal. We assure you that we will be extra-careful with our spending during this time of crisis, but please keep in mind that the parish is completely dependent on your continuing generosity.
Thank you for all you do to support your parish!
You can make a one-time donation using the button below.