We welcome you to the website home of The Parish Family of Mary Immaculate. We are a vibrant and loving Catholic Community who would be blessed by your joining us for mass or any of our events. Whether you are a parish member, have been away from church for a while or have never been to church please come join us throughout the year. Christ was born, he died and he rose from the dead for all of us. Please see our mass times below and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us at the church office. May the Lord bless you in all you do and for everyday of your life.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:30 - 4:30 closed between noon and 1:00 for lunch.

Mass Times

Monday through Friday: 9:00AM Little Church
Saturday Vigil: 5:00PM Large Church
Sunday: 9:00AM and 11:00AM Large Church

Confessions: Saturday 3:30-4:00PM Little Church or by appointment with a priest.

Holy Days
7:00PM (Vigil on the Eve) Little Church
9:00AM (on the day) Little Church

Daily Readings from the USCCB

Friday after Ash Wednesday

Reading 1 Is 58:1-9a

Thus says the Lord GOD:

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Thursday after Ash Wednesday

Reading 1 Dt 30:15-20

Moses said to the people:

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Ash Wednesday

Reading 1 Jl 2:12-18

Even now, says the LORD,

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Events

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Busted Halo News

One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living it. But to sacrifice what you are and to live without belief, that is a fate more terrible than dying. — St. Joan of Arc

FAST from things that are toxic in your life.…

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You Don’t Know Jack… about Valentine’s Day

February 14 — why is it known as Valentine’s Day? Why do those in love send each other valentines? And what feast does the Catholic Church celebrate on this day? Think you know the answers? Think again, because the truth is a lot more surprising than you’d imagine. Watch friend of Busted Halo, Fr. Jack Collins, CSP, wander the streets of New…

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People’s suffering is sacred. — Stephen Colbert

GIVE comfort to someone who needs it today by saying something as simple as “I’m here for you.”…

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Gallup Results

Mary Immaculate Parish is committed to serving the needs of our community and fulfilling the Great Commission. We believe in using our strengths as individuals to be the hands and feet of Jesus. To that end we as a church have participated in the Gallup ME-25 Survey. This will allow us to get to the heart of our parish's engagement and spiritual commitment and giving us a clear indication of our spiritual health. Please click on "Parish Life" to view the results.

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