For a complete listing of all weekly meetings, activities and religious education classes, please consult the weekly bulletin.
Friday, February 12th @ 7:00PM
Each Friday in Lent St. Mary's will have Stations of the Cross in the church. Please join us for a prayerful and meditative Lenten practice.
Friday, February 19th @ 7:00PM
Join us for our 6th Annual Fish Fry in the parish hall. For menu and price information, or to purchase advance discounted tickets, please click here.
St. Mary's will hold the 6th Annual Lenten Fish Fry on Friday, February 26th. Volunteers from the parish and school work to coordinate this special community event that has become a tradition at St. Mary's. On the night of the event, students from our parish and school in grades 7 & up serve as waiters and waitresses for over 300 guests that dine in our transformed parish hall. We often receive beautiful comments from our guests about our student volunteers and our volunteers say it is a fun experience! Because of the large volume of guests we serve that evening - we need many waiters and waitresses. Please encourage your son or daughter to sign up to volunteer. A link to the online volunteer registration site is available here.
Friday, February 26th @ 7:00PM
Friday, March 4th @ 7:00PM
Sunday, March 6th @ 7:00PM - St. Anne's Church, Shrewsbury
Our speaker this year will be Fr. Dennis O'Donnell. Click here to learn more about Fr. Dennis.
Tuesday, March 7th @ 7:00PM - St. Mary's Church, Shrewsbury
Tuesday, March 8th @ 7:00PM - St. Mary of the Hills Church,
Friday, March 11th @ 7:00PM
Friday, March 18th @ 7:00PM
St. Mary's will have a Shadow of the Cross - Tenebrae Service as the final Friday Stations of the Cross this Lenten season. Never been to Tenebre? Join us for this moving service of darkness based on ancient celebrations dating back to the 4 th century. The service commemorates the suffering and death of Christ. The name Tenebrae derives from the Latin word meaning darkness. Candles used in ancient celebrations were gradually extinguished leaving the church in “Tenebrae” representing the darkness that fell over the earth as the Son of God was crucified.