Posted by Claire Roden on 2/26/20
Join the Marriage in Christ Seminar at Mary Mother Of The Church.
Who? This particular initiative focuses on those married 5 years or less. It is meant to accompany young couples beyond the wedding day. It will help to strengthen your marriage – whether newly married or married for ... Read More »
Posted by Claire Roden on 2/24/20
Catholic liturgy is a rich language composed of music, words, silence, objects, natural elements, movements, postures, gestures, and ritual actions. Each of these elements serves to open our hearts, minds and bodies to the presence of God, allowing us to participate deeply in the mystery we celebrate. ... Read More »
Posted by Claire Roden on 2/19/20
Mary, Mother of the Church is uniting with Lifetouch to produce a brand new parish directory. And we need you and your family to be included!
Everyone receives a free parish directory and a free 8x10 photograph - just for coming to a photography session.
Appointments are available ... Read More »
Posted by Claire Roden on 2/18/20
Each year, the Catholic Services Appeal funds 20 Designated Ministries including: Over 30 local food pantries that distribute nearly 4 million pounds of food. Over 7,500 nights of housing and emergency shelter. Hospital chaplains serving over 100,000 Catholics. Sacramental ministry to those in prison. Pro-life outreach and support ... Read More »
Posted by Claire Roden on 2/10/20
Mary, Mother of the Church is participating in a parish-wide survey!
Mary, Mother of the Church is participating in a parish survey about discipleship conducted by the Catholic Leadership Institute! We need your help!
Please help us by participating in a 10-15 minute survey online. The survey can be ... Read More »
Posted by Claire Roden on 2/05/20
Mary, Mother of the Church is hosting two Cursillo weekends in February. A men's retreat is to be held February 13-16; a women's retreat will be February 20-23. Each four-day weekend is designed to draw one closer to Jesus through engaging talks, lively small groups, the Mass and focused ... Read More »