ST. MARY, WEST HAVEN
You are no longer required to wear a mask
while attending Mass and in the church.
Masks are recommended for those who
have not been vaccinated.
Our gift shop is now open after all Masses
and during the week (by contacting the office.)
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)
For those who are interested in joining
the Catholic Church.
See Faith Formation page for more information.
CHANGES IN MASS HOURS AND PERSONAL PRAYER HOURS
STARTING ON MAY 12, 2020.
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday - Church closed
Sunday / 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
(hours may change at any time)
WE HAVE IN PERSON MASSES
NOTICE MASS TIME CHANGES
Tuesday - Friday / English 9:00 am
Saturday / English at 5:00 pm
Sunday / English at 8:00 am
Sunday / English at 10:00 am
Sunday / Spanish at 12:00 pm
Message from fr. martin
A new message from Father Martin
Fr. Martin will never call, email or text you asking for money or cards.
You can continue to make your contributions to St. Mary's Parish especially at this time of need and crisis. You can contribute online or mail your weekly donations to:
St. Mary Catholic Church
4050 S. 3900 W.
West Haven, Utah 84401
Thank you for your support.
CLICK ON ONLINE LINK,
BOTTOM OF WEB PAGE
TO SIGN UP FOR ONLINE GIVING
St. Mary Parish new members and existing parishioners, please click on link above
to sign up and update your family information.
Please return form in offering basket or take to the office. Thank you.
As each one of us has received a gift from God, please use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace.
If you are interested and want to sign up for volunteering for Ministry at St. Mary's,
please click on the link above.
NOVEMBER 27, 2021
OUR LADY OF THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL
On November 27, 1830, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Laboure in Paris, France
and gave her a vision of an image, with instructions
to strike the image, front and back, onto a medal.
With this medal Our Lady promised that, "All those who wear it will receive great graces; these graces
will be abundant for those who wear it with faith.”
The medal bears an image of Our Lady standing on the world, the serpent crushed under her feet, with arms extended and graces pouring forth from her hands. On the reverse is a cross surmounted by the letter 'M', and beneath it the side-by-side symbols of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary, all encircled by twelve stars. The medal symbolizes Mary's perfect spiritual union with Jesus' redemptive mission, and, consequently, her intercessory role in salvation history as the mediatrix of God's graces to mankind through her Son. The medal spread widely and became a source of many graces and miracles for its wearers, earning the
name "Miraculous Medal." It is traditionally worn around the neck and has become a treasured sacramental of the Catholic Church. Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal's feast day is November 27th.
8:00AM English Mass
10:00AM English Mass
12:00PM Spanish Mass
Tuesday - Friday:
9:00AM English Mass
5:00PM English Mass
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
(By appointment on Tuesday through Thursday, please call office to schedule).
Please practice social distancing,
Please prepare and read the
Examination of Conscience, link below
Every Friday 10:00 am - 4:00pm
Nocturnal Adoration for Vocations
Friday, December 3, 2021
Every first Friday 8:00pm to
Rosary on Saturday at 7:30am
Mass/Communion Service on 1st Saturday of the month at 8:00am
ALL MEN OF THE PARISH ARE INVITED
TO ADORATION, 1ST TUESDAY
OF EACH MONTH, 7:00 PM
Tuesday - Friday:
7:30 am - before Mass
4:30pm - before Mass
7:30am English - before Mass
9:30 am English - before Mass
11:30 am Spanish - before Mass