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St. Mary
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In the Benedictine Tradition since 1881
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Message from the Pastor

Welcome! It is an honor and privilege to be in my fourteenth year as pastor of this parish. Over these years it has been such a joy to watch as people grow in their lives and faith and share it in prayer and worship...

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Current and upcoming events

Seasonal Events and Mass Schedules

Events schedule:

  • September 20 & 24: Faith Formation Classes begin
  • September 30: Altar Server Training 9:30 am lead servers, 10 am servers, 11 am candle bearers
  • October 22:  Knight of Columbus Breakfast following 7:30 am & 10 am Masses
  • October 23 – 28:  Picture Directory
  • November 4:  Fall Festival Dinner & Auction
  • November 6 – 11:  Picture Directory
  • November 11:  Office Closed – Veterans Day
Job Opening

Custodial & Grounds Keeping Assistant

Click here for the job description. Stop by the parish office to get an application.

Message from the Pastor

Welcome! It is an honor and privilege to be in my fifteenth year as pastor of this parish. Over these years it has been such a joy to watch as people grow in their lives and faith and share it in prayer and worship.
Since the founding of the parish in 1881, Benedictine priests from Mount Angel Abbey, and sisters from Queen of Angels Monastery have ministered to the parish. Initially German Catholic settlers were served and over the years, many others have come to call Mt. Angel home, especially our Hispanic/Latino members.
We are a vibrant community of Roman Catholic believers who are animated by the Holy Spirit. We see the presence of Christ and to welcome and serve one another as we would Christ himself.

Gratefully,
Philip Waibel, OSB
Pastor, St. Mary Parish
Mount Angel, OR

September Feature:
Consecration

On May 13, 1981, during the celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Saint John Paul II miraculously survived three shots at point-blank range by a professional assassin. On the one year anniversary of the assassination attempt, he traveled to Fatima, Portugal to offer his gratitude to Mary as he was certain “it was a mother’s hand that guided the bullet’s path” and saved his life. He renewed his consecration to Mary and in his homily taught the importance of Marian consecration for all Catholics. As Saint Louis de Montfort writes in True Devotion to Mary, consecration to Jesus through Mary is “the surest, easiest, and most perfect means” to becoming a saint.

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Liturgical Schedule
Daily Morning Prayer & Mass
at 6:50 am St. Mary

Week-End
Saturday Vigil – 5:30pm
Sunday – 7:30am, 10:00am
Sunday Spanish – 12:30pm

Holy Rosary Mission
Sunday – 10:00 am

Holy Days of Obligation
St. Mary – 7am & 5:30pm (7pm Spanish)
Holy Rosary – 7:00pm

Confessions – Saturdays 3:30 – 5pm, anytime by appointment