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 “St. Mark’s Parish is a Catholic, Christian Community of believers, gathered together to joyfully worship God.  Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit we seek to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of our people, and charitably minister to all.”

Do you know someone who is interested in the Catholic Faith?  For more information, visit our Growing in Faith page to watch a short video How do I Become Catholic? 

 New to our Parish?    Click here to contact us

ALPHA Program is now in progress for the Fall!

 "Alpha brings people closer and helps them to find that power which unites. The Alpha experience is not only a means through which one finds true life, but also a way to share the good news of the Living Christ" Cardinal Marc Ouellet

If you missed our last Wednesday Alpha session, navigate to our tab,  Growing in Faith \ ALPHA \ ALPHA Video page to view or click here: Alpha Videos 

Fall Bible Study

Our Fall Bible Study has started and is held on Monday evenings at 7:15 in the Old Chapel area.  We are studying and discussing “Mary: Virgin, Mother, and Queen” by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.  For details and registration form, please click here Fall Bible Study / Registration form




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Join us for the annual St. Mark's Thanksgiving/Advent Dinner on Saturday, November 18th after the 5 PM Mass.  

There is no cost for this meal, but this year, in order to prepare enough turkey, ALL THOSE COMING TO DINNER WILL NEED TO MAKE A RESERVATION AND HAVE A TICKET to partake in the meal.  You will be able to sign up for dinner and get your tickets the weekends of October 21-22; 28-29 and November 4-5 at the table in the Narthex.

After November 5, NO reservations will be accepted and no tickets will be available. 

Based on the first letter of your family's last name, please bring a hot/baked dish to share.  If your dish contains nuts; please label as such.

A-E     Mashed/Sweet Potatoes, vegetables            F-K     Dressing/Stuffing, rolls (Sliced & Baked)

L-P     Cranberry sauce, veggie tray, green salad    Q-S     Vegetables

T-Z     Dessert

Clean up immediately following the event. Contact Ann Denninger at 663-8448 if you have questions.



A Parish is a Family...

When you think of our parish, do you think of family?  We hope so.  With that image in mind, please consider how you can participate in the life of our parish family.  We have many opportunities for volunteers and have some new and existing ministries for which we need help.  Would you pray about participating and consider helping?

Church Projection System - Need individuals to run our NEW computer and projection system as we begin to ramp up it's use.  It would be helpful if you are somewhat familiar with a computer, but all training will be provided!

Parish Census - We began the process last Easter and we need to complete the process and compile the data.  There are many different volunteer opportunities available for this ministry.

Coffee Hour - This ministry takes care of the set up and clean up of coffee hour after the 11:00 AM Mass.  Food/Drinks are provided and a family or individual only needs to commit to a few Sundays through the year. 

St. Pauly Shed - This ministry helps those in need of clothing and also provides some revenue to our parish to help meet our operating costs.

Questions, please contact Deacon Frank Pettrone at 227-6824

If you would like to support our parish family by helping in any of these or other ministries, please complete the Volunteer Ministry Form. 

Ministry Volunteer Form





Mass Times

Normal Schedule
Daily Mass (Monday thru Friday) - 8:00 am (check bulletin or online calendar for exceptions)
Saturday - 5:00 pm (anticipated Sunday Mass)
Sunday - 8:30 am and 11:00 am

Confessions - Saturday, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Other times by request.


Office Hours

Monday through Thursday
8:30 am -12:30 pm and 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Closed on National Holidays


  • Sun, Oct 22nd

  • Sun, Oct 15th

  • Sun, Oct 8th

  • Sun, Oct 1st

Weekly Readings

Weekly reading

Weekly reading

Readings for the Week of October 22, 2017

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