Archbishop Nelson Pérez Announces the Suspension of Public Masses Effective at Noon, March 18.
As the COVID-19 global pandemic becomes increasingly critical for our region, the health and safety of our parish family and our broader community remain our paramount concern.
Please check here for updates as we continue to be vigilant and proactive to prevent the spread of illness.
We will continue to adhere to any recommendations set forth by
the Archdiocese, the CDC, and our local and state authorities.
Please click the on the News Release from the Archdiocese for additional information.
All Masses will be available to view via Live Stream from this website.
The Archbishop has suspended Public Masses. We cannot give Holy Communion.
During our Masses there will be no public attendance.
Please click this Live Stream or click on the LIVE STREAM page above.
Changes! Church and Chapel Hours for personal prayer:
Chapel: Mondays through Friday: 6 AM to 8 PM (Church Closed)
Church & Chapel: Saturday: 8 AM to 4 PM
Chapel: Sunday: 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM (Church Closed )
If you visit us, please keep socially distant.
Please continue to follow the important recommended safety guidelines
Please visit the CDC's link below for additional information.
Confessions are still available from 9 to 10 AM on Saturdays.
(Access through Chapel Doors)
Tuesday's Rosary will be available on Live Stream at 7:15 PM.
Friday's Stations of the Cross will be available on Live Stream at 7 PM.
All events held on our Parish and School Campus
are currently on hold until further notice.
In the interim, you can contact us by email or call the main office.
This week's bulletin (includes daily reflections) and will continue to be available online.
A Prayer for Spiritual Communion
I wish my Lord to receive you,
with the purity, humility and devotion
with which your most Holy Mother received you,
with the spirit and fervor of the saints.
Please continue to pray for our parish family all those who are suffering, ill, and deceased.
During this time if you would like to send a family 'selfie' to Fr. Izzo (click on his name).
He will place your photo in a pew for our virtual attendance.
—Monsignor Chieffo and Father Izzo
We, the faithful of St. Mary Magdalen Parish, are a Catholic, Christian Community committed to the gospel message that Jesus Christ is our Savior. Therefore, 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 the 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.
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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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