Weekday Mass - Wednesday, July 8, 2020
A Message from Fr. Roman
Dispensation for attending Sunday Mass has been extended until August 5, 2020. Although we returned to having Masses in late May, you would still be dispensed from attending Mass if sick, suffering a health condition, or caring for someone who is in the high risk group.
The Common Good. In our Catholic faith, there’s a very important moral teaching – the common good. I know this is a very difficult time—we are separated and distant. We find ourselves sometimes alone and perhaps even depressed. But as Catholics, we have a moral obligation in terms of the common good to protect each other and the public health.
- If we want to save a life, we stay home.
- If we want to save a life, we social distance ourselves.
- If we want to save a life, we wash our hands.
- If we want to save a life, we do not touch our face.
By doing these things, we are contributing to the common good. In this case, we’re contributing to the common good in terms of public health.
Scam Alert. Please be careful of scams. People are receiving emails that seemingly come from me, the Archbishop, the Archdiocese, or St. Mary’s. Those are all scams. The only way to contribute to the parish is online, by dropping off your contribution at the parish office, or by the US Postal Service Mail.
Stay Connected. Continue to stay connected through our website, Facebook, YouTube, and robo calls. Keep your faith, hope, and love alive. There will come a time again when we’ll all gather in the church as brothers and sisters once again to celebrate the Eucharist.
Thank you to all who are able to support the parish. I appreciate it very much.
Peace and blessings,
If you are new to the area or looking for a parish, consider joining us. Call the parish office to receive more information. New parishioner registration takes place after the 8am Mass the second Sunday of each month.
WeShare Online Giving
A safe, socially distant, and simple way to continue to support St. Mary’s parish during this time is to use our online donation tool, WeShare. You can create a recurring donation or a one-time donation. You will find WeShare here. Father Roman appreciates those of you who are able to continue to support the parish.
Statement from WI Catholic Conference
On behalf of the Wisconsin Catholic Conference, a statement was released from the bishops of Wisconsin regarding the unjust killings and recent protests related to the death of George Floyd.
The Catholic Comeback
Sunday, July 5, 2020 -14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Act of Spiritual Communion
An Act of Spiritual Communion
I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment 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.
- Saturday at 4:00pm
- Sunday at 8:00am & 10:30am
St. Mary Video Masses available above:
- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Masses
- Sunday Masses
Online / TV / Radio Masses:
- 5:30am Fox 6 (WITI) TV Mass
- 7:00am My 24 (WVTV) TV Mass
- 9:00am My 24 (WVTV) TV Mass
- 9:00am 920AM (WOLF) Radio Mass
- 11:00am EWTN TV Mass
- 11:00am Fox 6 (WITI) Live-streamed Mass from St. John the Evangelist Cathedral, Milwaukee
- 11:00am Cathedral website: www.StJohnCathedral.org (Staying Connected) Live-streamed Mass
The St. Mary Parish Office is open 8:30am - 3:00pm Monday through Thursday and 8:30 - Noon Friday. If this changes, we will notify you immediately. Thank you and stay well.
Parish Census - St. Mary, Kenosha