The communal celebration of the liturgy is at the center of the life of our parish.

Sunday Evening Lector

Liturgy is central to our individual and community faith life. During our liturgies at Mary, Mother of the Church, we come to know God and each other as we hear the Word of God, share in the Eucharist, and go forth in the mission given to us by Jesus to build the kingdom here on earth. It is through the liturgy that we express who we are as Christians.

The ministers of the liturgy are the members of the whole community – from priest to parishioner, from musician to minister of hospitality, from minister of the Eucharist to RCIA sponsor. In all of this, we seek to acknowledge the living presence of the triune God as we worship and grow deeper in faith, together.

Come, join us.

At Mary, Mother of the Church, we give life to the liturgy in many ways:

  • Through attention to the liturgical year as we decorate our worship space and our parish home;
  • Through opportunities for joyful participation in our many liturgical ministries and music groups;
  • Through attention to both sacraments and careful sacramental preparation.

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Easter Church

Please click on the links below for more information about liturgy.

Mass Times

The communal celebration of the liturgy is at the center of the life of a parish.

Mass Times

It is through the liturgy that we express who we are as Christians. It is in the liturgy that we continue to be formed in the ways of our Christian life.
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Funerals

A Catholic funeral, like all funerals, is a time of sadness and grief.

Funerals

However, in the Catholic faith there’s joy in the belief that a funeral represents the passing of the beloved into eternal life.
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Music

Music Ministry is a vital part of life at Mary, Mother of the Church.

Music

Mary Mother has a variety of choirs, individuals, and groups that provide music leadership for our liturgies.
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Anointing

The Rite of Anointing tells us there is no need to wait until a person is at the point of death to receive the Sacrament.

Anointing

Anointing takes place on the fourth Thursday of the month at 9:00 a.m. during Mass in the Chapel.
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Holy Days

Holy Days of Obligation are observed according to the Latin Rite dioceses of the United States of America.

Holy Days

In the Catholic Church, Holy Days of Obligation are the days on which the faithful are obliged to participate in the Mass.
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Prayer Requests

Mary Mother's prayer line is available 24/7. Our prayer warriors offer support to everyone who is in need.

Prayer Requests

If you need help in the form of a prayer, please let us know. We are here to support you in any way possible.
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Reconciliation

Reconciliation takes place each Saturday at 9:00 a.m. in the Church.

Reconciliation

More opportunities for Reconciliation are scheduled during Advent and Lent, or scheduled individually with the priest.
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Prayer Services

As Catholics, we recognize that prayer is of the utmost importance.

Prayer Services

It is through prayer that we become closer to our Lord Jesus Christ and find comfort.
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Ministry Scheduler Pro

Jesus said, 'Peace be with you. As my father has sent me, so I am sending you.'

Ministry Scheduler Pro

We’ve gone paperless when it comes to scheduling volunteers for liturgy. Use Ministry Scheduler Pro to select the times you can serve at weekend Masses.
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