Changes to Virus-Related Restrictions at St. Mary’s
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
As more of our fellow parishioners become vaccinated and are starting to return to Mass, the Bishop has altered previous restrictions. Your safety is my utmost priority. At the same time, we are making it possible for people to safely attend the various liturgies of the Church in order to receive the life-giving Sacraments, most especially the sacred Body and Blood of Our Lord in the Holy Mass.
Here is a quick summary of the changes:
Divine Mercy Sunday
It's True - He Is Risen!04-04-2021Rev. Gregory B. Wilson
I don’t say this lightly: Everything hinges on the fact of what we celebrate today. Everything.
In Jesus Christ, the eternal, Second Person of the Most Holy Trinity – God who is without beginning, without end – took human flesh in the womb of the Virgin Mary, was born in time, was scourged, died a horrible death in front of hundreds of onlookers, and was buried. Humanly speaking, that should’ve been the end.READ MORE
Events & Announcements
Get to really know Jesus by spending time with Him! We’re especially looking for someone for Sunday 9:00pm — can you help? Jesus is waiting for you in Ste. Claire Chapel! Please click here to sign up.
Each year the Aiken Knights of Columbus Council #3684 awards scholarship assistance to eligible applicants for tuition-based high schools and college.
All scholarship applications must be received by Fri, Apr 30.
For more information, visit the school website at stmaryschoolaiken.com or call the school office at 803-649-2071.
Add Sun, Apr 11 @ 3:00 PM
Join us Sun, Apr 11 at 3:00pm for a celebration of Divine Mercy.