All Saints’ and All Souls’ Days Details

“November 1, 2021:  All Saints’ Day

All Saints’ Day is not a Holy Day of Obligation this year because it is on a Monday. Your presence and prayers are welcome and appreciated. 

Mass Schedule

7:00 AM and 9:00 AM in the Chapel

9:00 AM in the Church – School Mass with the Grade 3 Parade of Saints

7:00 PM in the Church – includes the “Who Are The Saints?” presentation by the children of the parish

November 2, 2021:  All Souls’ Day

Mass Schedule – All in the Church

7:00 AM and 9:00 AM

7:00 PM  – Annual Mass of Remembrance – Prayers are offered for those who have died and were buried from St. Mary’s Church in the last year. 

In What Other Ways Can My Loved Ones Be Memorialized at St. Mary’s?

Gallery of Remembrance is a special space for parishioners to memorialize and pray for our deceased loved ones.

If you would like your loved one remembered in this special photo gallery, please bring a framed picture of them, 5×7 or smaller (with your name on the back), to any of the weekend Masses on October 30/31 and place it on the table located by the candle stand to the left of the altar.

The Gallery of Remembrance will be on display through November 21.

All are welcome to stop by the Gallery of Remembrance to pray.

The Book of Remembrance will be on display near the photo gallery.

If you have not done so in the past, you may write your deceased loved one’s name in the Book of Remembrance.

All Souls Day Offering Envelopes enable your loved ones to be prayed for each time a Mass for All Souls is offered throughout the calendar year.

To you have your loved one included when a Mass is offered for the intention of All Souls, fill out one of these envelopes with the name of your deceased loved one(s) and insert a donation.  Your loved one(s) become members of the Souls for whom we are praying at that Mass.  Envelopes are available on the Gallery of Remembrance table, at the entrances to the Church, and were in mailed envelope packets.