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St. Mary Roman Catholic Church at 210 West Main Street, Manchester, MI 48158 US - Home


Greetings from
St. Mary Roman Catholic Church,
in the LOVE of the Lord!

An invitation:
Are you looking for a Roman Catholic parish that is:

  • Faithful to and thankful for authentic Church teaching;
  • Respectful of her time tested, deeply sacred rites;
  • Devoted to the Eucharist and Mary;
  • Committed to catechesis and evangelism in full Gospel Truth;
  • Reverent and aware of beauty in both sacred liturgy and music;
  • Striving in joyful self-donation, letting "Thy Will Be Done"

Join us in the sacred liturgy—
Join our household in Christ.

Sign up online to help with the Parish Rummage Sale!
Many volunteers are needed to help with our upcoming Parish Rummage Sale! Please visit our online sign-up and volunteer to help where you can!

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HOLY HOUR this coming First Friday to pray for persecuted Christians in Middle East
Special Holy Hour this coming First Friday:
Fr. Bosco will lead a Holy Hour of prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, immediately following the morning First Friday Mass, praying for persecuted Christians in Iraq, Syria and the Middle East. If it is at all possible for you, please come and ...

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Confession Time Change on Saturdays
There is a change in the regularly scheduled time for the Sacrament of Confession on Saturday afternoons: The time for this sacrament of healing and mercy will now be from 3:30-4:30 pm.
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Revised weekday Mass schedule

The regular weekday Mass schedule has now been changed. The weekday Mass times are as follows:

  • There will be Mass on Mondays — at 12:10 pm.
  • The Tuesday Mass will be moved to 8:30 am.
  • The Thursday Mass also will be in the morning at 8:30 am.
  • The Wednesday and Friday Masses will stay the same, that is, at 8:30 am
  • And the Sunday Mass schedule is unchanged. 

As Padre Pio said: “It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do without Holy Mass”

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Modesty in Dress: Out of Respect for the Blessed Sacrament
Please… Out of Respect for the Blessed Sacrament: The following attire is not appropriate to be worn during the Mass or anytime in the church: Tank tops & sleeveless shirts or blouses. Beach attire Shorts Short skirts. Flip-flops Clothing that ...
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Update Your Contact Information

Has your contact information changed recently? If so, use our convenient online form to let us know!

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Make an Online Prayer Request
The St. Mary Prayer Tree would like to pray for you, your friends, and your loved-ones in times of need. Please send your prayer requests to us using our new online form.
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 Fr. Bosco's homily on the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time (July 27)

Generally Jesus ended his parables with this phrase: “He who has ears to hear let him hear!” In other words “That’s it. You’ve heard! Now try to understand!” Jesus left his parables open-ended, he did not finish them. He left those parables to the ability of people to discover the meaning of the parable from their own life. Occasionally, at the request of his disciples, he would explain the meaning, for example parable of the wheat and the weeds. He explained to them who is the sower, the seed, the four different types of soil that receive the seed. He explained the weed and who is the enemy who sow the weeds, too. This parable of the Hidden Treasure and Fine Pearl seems like a very imaginative story to us, but to the people Jesus was talking to, this is not uncommon. First of all, they did not have banks or other public depositories in which they could store their wealth, so there was the increased risk of robbery…

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Exposition & Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament August 1-2, 2014
(Note: No Adoration in July because of the holiday)

Come, spend time with Jesus!!!!
First Friday 9:00 am Until Benediction on Saturday 8:15 am
Exposition & and Adoration
of the Blessed Sacrament

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Pope on WWI and 'lessons of history'

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Angelus Domini - 2014.07.06

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