Building a Family of Faith in Jesus Christ
through Catholic Worship, Education, and Charity
ALL ARE WELCOME
Grieving in the Light
of Hope and Healing
Wednesday, November 3
begins at 6:30 PM
We can be changed forever by the grief and bewilderment we experience following a death, whether the passing
of a loved one, a baby unborn, or the demise of a marriage.
Join our pastor, Msgr. Ralph Chieffo for a sacred evening of remembrance, ritual, reflection, and prayer as we commit to taking steps toward more profound healing with the support from our exceptional guests (left)
and followed by a Healing Service.
Dr. Theresa Burke
Fr. Mike Mannion
In coordination with the Living Scripture Institute,
Rachel's Vineyard, & Mark Forrest, Irish Tenor.
We, the faithful of St. Mary Magdalen parish, are a Catholic Christian community committed to the gospel message that Jesus Christ is our Savior. Our mission is to spread the Good News of Salvation. We strive to accomplish this mission by welcoming all to be a part of our worshiping community through prayer and the Eucharistic celebration and other sacraments; witnessing to the Truth in word and deed, by teaching and proclaiming God's Word; loving our brothers and sisters; healing those in need; serving the poor. We pray to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through the intercession of Mary, our Mother, and Saint Mary Magdalen, to grace and guide us.
8:30 AM & 4:30 PM Vigil
7:30, 9:30 & 11:30 AM & 5:30 PM
6:30 AM & 8:30 AM
MINISTRIES & SERVICES
Youth & Senior Groups
Ministries & Organizations
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Share your gifts, support friends,
and grow together in faith
with our community!
Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament in
our Adoration Chapel
(entrance is located at the
front of the church to the right)
is currently open on
Mondays from 7 AM through Fridays at Midnight.
Spend an hour in prayer each week with Jesus as a scheduled adorer.
A PRAYER TO ST. MARY MAGDALEN
Feast Day: July 22
Saint Mary Magdalen, through your friendship with our Lord, Jesus Christ, you were delivered from the seven demons of pride, anger, lust, greed, envy, gluttony, and sloth. Through the grace and guidance of the Holy Spirit, renew within us the sevenfold gifts of wisdom, knowledge, understanding, counsel, courage, piety, and fear of the Lord, so that like you,
we, too, can announce the good news of our Risen Lord by a life of virtue. Amen.
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