St. Mary Bulletin
May 28th
May 21st
Liturgical Roles
Vigil Mass
Sunday Mass
Liturgical Calendar
Diocese of United States
St. Mary Calendar
View Calendar
Stacks Image 131678

myParish app

Stacks Image 246

St. Mary on Facebook

Stacks Image 131680

myParish app

Protection of Children

The Catholic Church has always demonstrated a concern for children. The Diocese of Jackson is committed to ensuring that children served by the church are not at risk of sexual abuse by the Church personnel.

Diocesan policies and procedures currently in place seek to protect, enhance and, in some cases, restore the trust that our faith calls for between agents of the Church and the children and adolescents entrusted to our care… Learn more
Stacks Image 131732

A Trip to Ireland with Father O'Connor

Father O'Connor returns to the Emerald Isle in June 2017 and what better way to welcome him home by joining in on the celebrations across Ireland. Join him on this exciting trip of Ireland when he hosts a tour that will visit iconic landmarks, encounter famous hospitality and engage in unique experiences with this travel package… Visit Father O'Connor's webpage for all of the information.
Download the information: Registration form.

Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful

By Bishop Joseph Kopacz
The power of God’s Holy Spirit who raised Jesus from the dead is once again at the center of the Church’s public prayer as we celebrate the Ascension on this weekend, with the exalted feast of Pentecost to follow. “Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and enkindle in them the fire of your love… and we shall renew the face of the earth.” During the past month the Holy Spirit has kept me… Read more

At the Right Hand of the Father

This Sunday we celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord, perhaps one of the most misunderstood elements within the Christian narrative. The Ascension does not mean Jesus goes "up, up, and away" as if his presence leaves earth, but rather that he assumes the throne of heaven so as to direct matters here on earth.
Listen to the AUDIO…
Bishop Robert Barron Word on Fire

Bishop Barron on how to preach like an Apostle

A twentieth century Anglican bishop memorably expressed the following insight: “When Paul preached, there were riots; when I preach, they serve me tea.” To all preachers, I might recommend a careful consideration of the kerygmatic sermonizing in the Acts of the Apostles. If you preach like Peter, they might not serve you tea after every homily, but they will know that they’ve been cut to the heart.
Bishop Robert Barron Word on Fire
Stacks Image 131718
Follow the Archives Diocese of Jackson on Facebook

Ron Rolheiser, OMI

Ronald Rolheiser, a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, is president of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas. He is a community-builder, lecturer and writer. His books are popular throughout the English-speaking world and his weekly column is carried by more than seventy newspapers worldwide… Fr. Ron Rolheiser's column

Daily Readings

Vatican Radio
World News

Saint of the Day
Saint of the Day

Catechism of the Catholic Church
New, easy-to-navigate format

Stacks Image 630
"America’s future will be determined by the
home and the school. The child becomes largely
what it is taught, hence we must watch what
we teach it, how we live before it."
– Jane Addams
Stacks Image 330