St. Mary's

10306 Ladysmith Rd.
PO Box 396
Ladysmith, VA 22501

804 448-9064
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Schedule


Weekend Mass

Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Weekday Mass

Wednesday and Thursday
Adoration 8:30 - 9:15 AM
Mass 9:30 AM

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Saturday 4:15 PM or by appointment

Parish Office Hours

Monday through Thursday, 10 AM - 1 PM


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Directory


Pastor: Rev. Alexander Muddu
Email: frmuddu@saintmarycc.org
804-448-9064 Ext. 3

Religious Ed Coordinator: Deacon Dave Geary
804-448-9064

Liturgical Ministries: Deacon Frank Leaming
Email: fnleaming@aol.com
804-761-5714

Pastoral Council Chairperson: Debbie Tate
Email: dbtate567@gmail.com
804-448-0386

Finance Council Chairperson: Ron Wisniewski
804-448-4348

Knights of Columbus: Ron Wisniewski
804-448-4348

Weekly Bulletin:
Email: office@saintmarycc.org
Submissions must be received not later than Mondays at Noon.
804-448-9064


Links


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Diocese of Richmond
Virginia Catholic Org.
The Vatican
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EWTN Global Catholic Network
Safe Environment Program



About

 

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WELCOME

"All guests who arrive be will received like Christ . . . “and to all that do, due honor be shown”(Holy Rule of St. Benedict, 6th Century). Saint Mary of the Annunciation Parish is a warm and welcoming community of people from many different ethnic backgrounds. Our Parish Church, pictured above, was dedicated in 1996, on the anniversary of the election of John Paul as Supreme Pontiff. Today, our parish family continues to grow in the tradition of the Holy Family, providing many opportunities for spiritual growth and worship, and for participation in numerous ministries that offer support to our parish and community. Our parish is known as a community, "Where All are Welcome!"


ORDINARY TIME : THE LITURGICAL COLOR GREEN

Green, seen everywhere in plants and trees, symbolizes life, anticipation, and hope and is used during Ordinary Time. Ordinary does not mean ordinary in the sense of routine or basic. Ordinary means the weeks/months between the special seasons (that is Christmas, Lent, Advent and Easter)

Ordinary Time celebrates the words and deeds of Jesus as he proclaims the Kingdom of God to the people of Israel and, through them, to the world.

“He went around all of Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom, and curing every disease and illness among the people.” - Matthew 4:12-23

Ordinary Time is a split season. It begins at the end of the Christmas season after the Baptism of the Lord and concludes on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. It begins again on the Monday after Pentecost and concludes with the Solemnity of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe.

Ordinary Time is a time to deepen one's prayer life, read the Scriptures, unite more deeply with the Lord in the Eucharist and become a more holy and whole person.




Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, A Call to Political Responsibility from the Catholic Bishops of the United States with Introductory Note, 2016


Bishop DiLorenzo - Recapturing the Lord's Day, 2016


Adult Faith Formation: View the videos for living out the New Evangelization and more!

 

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