In accordance with Phase II of our Diocese's restoration of public worship, Masses are now celebrated inside the church. Reservations are still required for Masses on Saturday afternoon and Sunday: at this point, 100 people are allowed inside the church at a time. Go here for instructions on making a reservation. All those attending must wear a face mask and observe distancing procedures: please click to read more about the current requirements for attending Mass. Masses are also livestreamed (*) for those at home.


Daily Masses: Monday–Friday (no reservations required)
8:00 AM (Latin) (Extraordinary Form—view Mass texts)
12:10 PM (English)*

Fridays during Lent:
6:00 PM Mass followed by Stations of the Cross

Saturday (reservations required)
4:00 PM (English)
7:00 PM (Spanish)

Sunday (reservations required)
8:00 AM  Sung Mass (English)*
9:30 AM  Solemn Mass (Latin)* (Extraordinary Form—view Mass texts)

11:15 AM  Sung Mass (Latin) (Extraordinary Form—view Mass texts)
1:00 PM  Sung Mass (Spanish)

*You may watch livestreamed Masses here at the times listed above or watch previously recorded Masses at any time by browsing the "playlist" below. You can also view the Masses on the Vimeo website.

Playback issues? Go here for help.

Sung at the end of each Mass:
Stella caeli—A prayer to the Virgin in the time of contagion

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Other Services

The downstairs chapel is open for prayer every day from 7:00 am until 8:00 pm.

ADORATION (full schedule temporarily suspended)
 1–4 PM
*beginning Friday, Feb. 5*: Friday: 7:30 AM–11:30 PM
In St. Patrick's Chapel (Lower Church)
(volunteer for an hour)

BENEDICTION (temporarily suspended)
5:15 PM
Friday: 5:30 PM

In downstairs Chapel
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
During Lent: Tuesday: 6:00-6:45 PM
Saturday: 3:00 - 3:50 PM
(or by appointment)

Who we are

Pastor: Fr. John Ringley
Deacon Stephan Genovese

St. Mary Church seeks to implement the New Evangelization through a renewal in the sacred liturgy, recognizing that as in the early Church, Christ is most powerfully manifested to individuals "in the breaking of the bread" (Luke 24:35). The parish offers both the Extraordinary and Ordinary Forms of the Roman Rite, "one set alongside the other" (Universae Ecclesiae, 6), with all its music and ceremony, in continuity with the Catholic Church's tradition. "What earlier generations held as sacred, remains sacred and great for us too.... It behooves all of us to preserve the riches which have developed in the Church’s faith and prayer, and to give them their proper place" (Summorum Pontificum). The more than 30 nationalities represented in the parish are united in their devotion to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
St. Mary Church teaches the truths of the Catholic faith in their entirety, recognizing that "the truth will set you free" (John 8:32), and that our spiritual heritage is an inexhaustible treasure that has helped countless souls throughout history achieve holiness of life.