We are a Catholic community sent forth to visibly bring the presence of Christ to the world around us.
All are welcome to come worship with us at any of our scheduled masses. A special Welcome Meeting is held on the Second Sunday of each month in the Parish Center Library after the 8:00am Mass for anyone interested in becoming a member of the St. Mary community. You will have an opportunity to meet with members of our Welcoming Team and our Pastor, Father Roman.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please stop by our offices at any time to pick up a registration packet or feel free to contact our parish office at 262/694-6018 for additional information.
Becoming a Confident Catholic
Find your Catholic confidence through this new free video series with evangelist, Brandon Vogt. You will learn why it’s hard to talk about your faith, what to do when your faith is under pressure, and the secret to becoming a confident Catholic. Go to https://confidentcatholic.com/sign-up-1.
It's Flu Season
What measures should be taken in Roman Catholic liturgies in the United States of America during flu season?
Priests, deacons, and extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion should be especially reminded of the need to practice good hygiene. Ministers of Holy Communion should always wash their hands before Mass begins; a further precaution suggests using an alcohol-based anti-bacterial solution before and after distributing Holy Communion. The faithful should be instructed not to receive from the chalice if they feel ill. Please be mindful and cautious during this terrible flu epidemic and attending Mass with your family.
Please click on this link and it will take you to information on Influenza and the Liturgy. http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/sacred-art-and-music/influenza-and-the-liturgy.cfm
Mass of Anticipation Saturday 5:00PM
Sunday 8:00AM & 10:30AM
Weekday Mass 8:00AM
Holy Week & Triduum 2019
Dear Parishioners and friends of St. Mary. This brochure is to help us understand and appreciate the Most Important and Holiest Days of the Liturgical Year and the Salvific Mysteries that remind us of God's Presence and Gifts to all of Creation. Namely, the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Holy Week and the Triduum. The Triduum is a separate Liturgical Season in the Church's Liturgical calendar.
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Knights Fish Fry Dinners 2019
Parish Census - St. Mary, Kenosha