Please celebrate the Sunday Liturgy with Saint Mary’s virtually.
Mass will be available for streaming beginning at 4pm on Saturday evening
and will be available for you to watch at anytime.
You can view the Mass on our Website, St. Mary’s Facebook Page and St. Mary’s YouTube Channel
You can find ways to view Daily and Sunday Mass and make a Spiritual Communion by clicking the
Celebrate Mass During COVID-19 tab at the top of of the page
All Events at St. Mary’s Church are also cancelled.
The Church and Parish Center are closed
Saint Mary’s will not be opening for private prayer for a few weeks! Other churches in the area are opening and are posting hours of visitation, please feel free to visit those churches. But please remember, the Church is a public space and anyone who enters a public space should recognize there is a risk in contracting Covid-19. People should not expect churches will be any safer from germs than other public areas. (i.e. grocery stores, drugstores.) Also, when visiting churches you must wear a mask, bring your own sanitizer, practice social distancing and remain quiet. Please be aware that restrooms will not be open.
Here at Saint Mary’s we are working to prepare our Church to be as safe as possible before we open. We are looking for volunteers to help sanitize the church on a regular basis while the church is open. Volunteers would regulate entrance and exit, sanitize during open hours, and help maintain a safe environment. If you are interested in being a part of our Sanitization Team please email Saint Mary’s at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, please stay close to God at home, through prayer (upon waking, before meals, before bed), reading scripture, watching Mass and the various programs available on our website and Facebook page.
God Bless and stay safe,
URGENT! PLEASE CONTINUE TO SUPPORT YOUR PARISH!
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!
Please consider online giving. No amount is too small.
You can also drop off your envelope through the mail slot of the Parish Center
or mail it to us at 17 Msgr. Owens Place, Nutley.
Thank you for your support. You are loved by your parish and are always in our prayers.
Below is a short video that walks you through how to sign up for Parish Giving.
Pray the Rosary
The rosary has the power to change hearts, calm fears and bring hope to those who pray it.
By praying the Hail Mary, we ask our Blessed Mother, Mary the Mother of God to lead us closer to her Son. The repetition in the Rosary is meant to lead one into restful and contemplative prayer related to each Mystery. The gentle repetition of the words helps us to enter into the silence of our hearts, where Christ’s spirit dwells.