Four Parishes United in Community

St. Mary’s, St. Aloysius, St. Boniface, St. Anthony’s

Archdiocese of Omaha April 2021

Dear Friends in Christ,
                  After consulting the Archdiocesan Priests Council, and after conferring with Bishops Conley and Hanefeldt, I am ending the
general dispensation from the obligation to participate in Sunday Mass, effective the weekend of Pentecost, May 22-23, 2021, in the Archdiocese of Omaha.
                  Happily, many parishes have been experiencing an increase in weekend Mass attendance recently. I think we can anticipate this trend to continue in the coming weeks, as vaccines are more widely available, and as other activities in the community resume.
                  Each pastor, in consultation with parish leaders, will continue to determine how to implement the guidance from the DHHS and local health departments. It will be important for pastors and parish staffs to communicate any local precautions or occupancy restrictions to their parishioners. Decisions about livestreaming of the liturgy will be made locally.
                  While the responsibility to participate in Sunday Mass rests with each of us, there are persons who may consider themselves excused under certain circumstances. Those who are prevented from attending due to advanced age, sickness, disability or some other serious reason are excused. For the foreseeable future, those who feel they are at heightened risk of contracting or communicating COVID-19 are excused.
                  The coming weeks provide an opportunity for us to respond again to the invitation of Jesus to come to Him. This is also an   opportunity for each of us to share the invitation of Jesus with family members and neighbors. Look for more communication from your parish and from the archdiocese as we move to the feast of Pentecost with hope. You are in my prayers for joy and peace in the risen Lord. Sincerely yours in Christ,
                                  Most Reverend George J. Lucas Archbishop of Omaha
2222 N. lllth St. Omaha, NE 68164   402-558-3100

May 23, 2021
Knights of Columbus #2272
Celebrating 100 years as a Council!

Schedule of events

4:00pm Mass
5:00pm New Knighthood Exemplification to follow Mass
5:30pm Social at the Nielsen Community Center
6:30pm Dinner and Program

Meal is provided by the Knights of Columbus Council #2272

First Holy Communion Livestream
Sunday, May 2nd @ 2pm
Click here to view!

Mass Schedule

Weekend Mass Times

4:30 PM – MO (1st, 3rd, and 5th Saturdays of the month)
4:30 PM – SC (2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month)
6:00 PM – WP

7:00 AM – WP
8:30 AM – AL
10:00 AM – WP
11:30 AM (Spanish) – WP
2:00 PM – Mask Only Mass – WP

Daily Mass Times

Monday – Friday @ 7:15 AM

Please use your own discretion as to your ability to participate at Mass.

Mass Times on TV

Sunday Channel 6: 10:30am Mass for Shut-ins
EWTN: 11:00am on Sundays; also check for Mass times on week days and other liturgy services.
Sparklight: 8:10am on Weekdays at St. Isidore in Columbus

Weekly Bulletin

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The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered prior to the Saturday evening Masses and before the 8:30AM Sunday Masses. You may also call the office to schedule an appointment for confession.

Support Your Parish!

St. Mary’s Parish appreciates the generosity of our parishioners, friends and family. Due to the inability to attend Mass and give back to the Church with monetary donations, a copy of an offertory donation form is linked. Print and fill out the form, attach a copy of a voided check, and drop off at the St. Mary’s Rectory.

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