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Thanksgiving Baskets

Please join the parishioners from our family of four parishes as we strive to make Thanksgiving a time of joy for the families in our neighborhoods. We will be filling bags in the hopes of serving over 400 families this year. Bags and shopping lists will be distributed the weekends of October 28-29 and November 4-5. Simply take the bag and shopping list, fill it when you…

Join Liturgical and Music Ministry

Liturgical Ministry Old St Mary Parish invites you to pray and consider joining our Liturgical Ministries of Lector, Altar Server, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, and Usher. Your response will add to the beauty of our prayer together at Mass. The life of the parish is enriched by all who serve at the altar. You can see either Nicholas Corrao, our parish…

Hurricane Harvey Relief

As our thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters in Texas, we are called to concrete acts of corporal mercy – to feed the hungry and clothe the naked. If you are looking for a way to provide help, our family of four parishes will take a second collection on September 9-10 to support victims of the hurricane. Please make checks payable to Old St. Mary Parish,…

Immigration and US Catholic Bishops Statements

Article 5 in the series Last week, we looked at what Catholic Social Teaching says about immigration, and this week we’ll look at a few statements from our US bishops on the issue. Please keep all immigrants and refugees in your prayers and contact Andrew Musgrave (musgravea@archmil.org or…

Immigration and Catholic Social Teaching

Article 4 in the series Last week, we looked at what scripture and tradition say about immigration, and this week we’ll look at what Catholic Social Teaching says about the issue. Please keep all immigrants and refugees in your prayers and contact Andrew Musgrave at musgravea@archmil.org or 414-271-6577 with any questions. Since in 1891, our popes have been explicitly…
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