Saturdays: 4:30 & 6:00pm (4:30 interpreted
for the Deaf)
Sundays: 8:00am, 10:15am, 12 Noon
(10:15am Contemporary Music)
Weekday Masses: Monday - Friday 8:00am
Holy Days of Obligation: As Announced
Reconciliation: Wednesdays 8:30am,
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
First Friday Adoration: 8:30am
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Mission Statement
We, the Roman Catholic Community of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, who acknowledge God's presence in our lives and God's call to grow in Jesus Christ, commit ourselves to strengthen, promote and extend a community of Justice, Faith, Love and Peace. We live this mission by being a Eucharist-centered community of diverse groups and individuals proclaiming the Good News. We are challenged by this Good News to be faithful stewards who minister to one another's needs and to our world.
About Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish
The Parish of Immaculate Heart of Mary is a Roman Catholic Congregation established on December 3, 1948 with the appointment of Rev. (later Monsignor) I. Mitchell Cartwright as Pastor. The Parish is located along Loch Raven Boulevard on six acres of land donated by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Guidera.
Since then the Parish has grown to a thriving Catholic Community of about 1600 households, a school enrollment of over 350, a religious education program to serve the needs of those children who do not attend the Parish School as well as many other organizations and ministries for people of all ages.
We invite you to browse our site and become familiar with the many aspects of Parish life here at Immaculate Heart of Mary and to join with us in Eucharistic celebration and for other parish liturgical, educational, and social events.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish
Like Fr. Michael, may the Lord find us ready to meet him when he comes, occupied with works of building up his kingdom, celebrating God’s mercy, and exercising compassion to those placed in our lives. Please remember this faithful priest of Jesus Christ in your prayers and masses. May he who served so faithfully at the Lord’s altar as well as engaging in radical hospitality in preparing many meals for so many now find himself welcome at the heavenly banquet table with our Great High Priest.
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace.
Come Celebrate this Sunday - December 15th, with Bishop Madden at the 10:15 AM
The Middle School Christmas event has been cancelled due to the school double-booking the facility.