4:00 p.m. St. Mary's (W) Fr. Morse
4:00 p.m. St. Martha's (K) Fr. Manship
8:00 a.m. St. Martha’s (K) Fr. Morse
9:00 a.m. St. Mary’s (W) Msgr. Murphy
10:00 a.m. St. Martha’s (K) Fr. Morse
11:00 a.m. St. Mary’s (W) Fr. Mellone
Schedule subject to change
Reconciliation on Saturdays
3-3:30 PM at St. Martha's and St. Mary's
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November: The Month of Remembrance
The month of November is the traditional season for Catholics to remember all those who have gone be-fore them ‘marked by the sign of faith.’ Following the Solemnity of All Saints that remembers all those who have lived the life of faith with integrity and are now one with the Lord in heaven, we celebrated All Souls Day on November 2. This day of prayer for the dead provides the opportunity for us to surround our beloved dead with our prayers, especially through the Eucharistic celebration, as we companion them on their journey to the Father.
Each of us will be touched by the reality of death in the course of our journey of faith. We have all experi-enced the painful leave-taking of a loved one in death as we prepare for our own ‘going forth’ through death to eternal life in Christ.
The funeral rites of our Church help us to remember that no one truly dies alone, but is accompanied by the community of believers as eternity opens for each one of us. The reformed liturgy of our Church, and particularly its funeral rites, provide opportunities for family and friends of the deceased to actively enter into this moment of passage as we shape a truly fit-ting farewell for our loved ones.
Please enter the names of deceased loved ones into the Books of Remembrance in front of the ambos at both St. Martha and St. Mary Churches.