The Eucharist, the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ
We at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Parish, follow the word of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We commit ourselves to be God’s Heart of mercy and love, God’s Voice of hope and truth and God’s Hands of justice and healing to all people. We are dedicated to engaging our entire faith community in worship, ministry and service to all.
You are always welcome at St. Mary Church, Swormville!
Come to Mass, talk to our parishioners and priests, call our parish or school office… you will feel welcomed.
St. Mary’s began with a few families who built our beloved church at the corner of Transit and Stahley roads in 1849. Today, many new families as well as multiple generations of our original families come together to celebrate The Holy Eucharist. We have been working together as Disciples of Jesus Christ to support the growth of our parish family for over 172 years!
All Masses are currently being held in the Church while the Chapel is being painted.
St. Mary’s Parish humbly seeks your donation as people all over the world are contemplating which charitable organizations to support on Giving Tuesday, November 30, 2021. It is easy to donate to any or all of the areas of need at St. Mary’s. For details, please read more…
RECENT ST. MARY PARISH NEWS
In the interest of safety for all parishioners, we will require reservations for all of St. Mary’s Christmas Masses this year.
Continue to the links for each Mass by clicking on “read more”…
Alumni are still invited to Mass this weekend to receive a special blessing. We will be sure to start making plans for a bigger and better event in the future that we hope St. Mary School Alumni from near and far will attend.
St. Mary's 22nd Annual Giving Tree brings Christmas Joy to over 800 of God's people in need! FOURTEEN different organizations and local families will not be forgotten this Christmas because of our parishioners' generosity and Christmas spirit along with the incredible...
Reverend Eugene O’Reilly, C.Ss.R., will speak at all Masses December 4-5.
Fr. O’Reilly will make two additional Parish Mission presentations each day on December 6, 7, and 8:
One during the 9 a.m. daily Mass and another at 7 p.m. in the church.
St. Mary’s Knights of Columbus council encourages students in grades 8 – 12 to enter the Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest.