Digital Bulletin: June 7, 2020

Posted on June 07, 2020 in: General News

Digital Bulletin: June 7, 2020

The online bulletin for is now available, alongside past bulletin editions.

See the bulletin inserts linked below and visit the bulletin page (https://stmaryanacortes.org/Resources/Bulletins)  for the current and past editions to keep up with the news for St. Mary and St. Paul.

You can sign up for the emails here (https://biturl.top/2IvQb2) or by calling the Parish Office at 360-293-2101. 

Please note that information is changing rapidly.  As the church adapts, please check the website announcments and your emails for the most current information.

Please visit the YouTube Channel for LiveStreams: 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWiXTZHRZWA6K0orpxXj3-A/videos 

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As emailed 6/6: Please sign up for emails if you have not already, for important annoucments as they happen.  You can sign up for the emails here (https://biturl.top/2IvQb2) or by calling the Parish Office at 360-293-2101. 

"Our first public Masses will be for Corpus Christi Weekend at 5 p.m. on June 13, and 11 a.m. on June 14, followed by our Annual Eucharistic Procession for the Lord’s Body and Blood on Sunday." -Fr. Straz

Dear Parishioners,

This is an exciting time, with many changes ahead.

This week's digital bulletin is now available, along with the weekly inserts. Click the buttons below to view the bulletin and inserts, or visit the St. Mary website.

Inside, you will find news about the new Church schedule in light of the news of Phase 2 approval, Father's letters to the Parish, a message to Whole Family Catechists, the Annual Catholic Appeal and other important news. Watch your emails and the Parish website for instructions on how to register to attend future Masses. More information will be coming soon.

´╗┐Father Straz has recorded an important video message to Parishioners; see the video link (HERE) or visit the St. Mary YouTube Channel.

St. Mary is seeking volunteers for several important jobs, and accepting donations of sealed/sanitized face masks. We need volunteers to monitor the Church during open hours, and volunteers to run the camera during Livestreams.

Please see the Worship Aid below for 5:15 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass, to be Livestreamed on YouTube here.

See the button labeled "FOG Meeting Guide" for the Family of Gospel Meeting Guide. Fr. Straz urges families to follow along with this guide during the 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Zoom meetings. Click here to join. (Password: FOG.)

Thank you to all who signed the R-90 Petition! St. Mary collected 85 signatures. Another signature drive will be arriving shortly for I-1698, The Heartbeat Initiative.

Please visit our website for information about Sparks of Faith! Registration is now open. The flyer is linked below with details.

Confessions at St. Mary will be offered Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 3-4:30 p.m. and Sunday 9-10:30 a.m. (when no WFC in session).

Lastly, a video from Archbishop Paul D. Etienne: He welcomes people back to Mass and answers some common questions the faithful have about the latest changes, and what Masses and Sacraments may look like going forward. 

Thank you and God Bless,

-St. Mary Catholic Church

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