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Evening Prayer

Join us each Tuesday evening during Lent for Evening Prayer in the "Taizé" style.  This one-hour service will include familiar music from the Taizé Community in France, Scripture readings, and silence.  The Blessed Sacrament will be on the Altar throughout our celebration, helping us to focus on the Presence of the Lord.  Join us beginning on Tuesday, February 23.  (As with all liturgical gatherings at this time, registration is required for this event.)

Click here to register for Evening Prayer (you may register for more than one)

Livestream (February 23 at 7:00 pm) - https://youtu.be/piPy8tb2mH8

Human Concerns Outreach Opportunities

Click here for information about all our Lenten Outreach Opportunities.

Words of Hope

Reflection for the 2nd Sunday of Lent (February 28, 2021) - https://youtu.be/up1n6GZasIk

St. Mary's will be offering a reflection series on the Sunday Gospels during Lent this year. The six-week series will begin the week of February 15th and will feature a video commentary by Fr. Michael Renninger. There will be an opportunity for virtual small group discussions facilitated by members of the parish to help us gain a deeper understanding of these powerful passages as we prepare for the Easter Season.  Click here for more information and to register.

Lenten Lessons for All Christians from the Life of Saint Joseph

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Lenten Retreat

Click here for more information and to register online.

Women's Book Study

Click here to learn more and to register for one of these dates.

Parish Nurse Ministry

Memorial Mass for Msgr. Charles Kelly

Click here to register for this Mass.

Irish Food-To-Go

Click here for more information and to place your order online.

Confirmation Liturgy Registration

Click here to access the Confirmation Liturgy Registration Form.

Diocesan Annual Appeal

Message from the Most Reverend Barry C. Knestout, Bishop of Richmond:
"This past year has been unlike anything I could have imagined. And yet, through it all, I have witnessed the unshakable faith of our priests, leaders and families.
Our faith and our mission continue with strength and perseverance.
When the pandemic hit, the Diocese of Richmond came together to help our parishes learn new skills and expand their presence online. In addition, resources were mobilized to support many critical ministries. I am so proud of all that we accomplished together, and I am committed to building on these successes in the year ahead.
The 2021 Annual Diocesan Appeal is the yearly opportunity for us to engage the next generation, provide for those in need and build Catholic communities.
I pray that you will consider making a generous pledge to this year’s Appeal."

The goal for this year’s Appeal is $3.7 million. Through your generosity, the Appeal supports St. Francis Home, which provides a loving place of residence for our elderly neighbors who have very limited means. The Appeal provides $475,000 in assistance through the Fuel & Hunger Fund, and offers direct support for retired priests. The Appeal also provides resources for the education of seminarians, distance learning and campus ministries. A significant portion of each dollar donated to the Appeal returns to Saint Mary’s Parish to help support vital ministries. Many of you will soon receive a letter inviting you to participate in this year’s Appeal.
On the weekend of February 20/21, our ‘in pew’ process will enable parishioners to make a gift to the Appeal. To make a donation today, go to: https://richmondcatholicfoundation.org/appeal/

Parish News and Events

St. Mary's Church has started a new collaboration with Commonwealth Catholic Charities (CCC) to support SETON HOUSING, an important new pro-life ministry in central Virginia.  Click here to read more

St. Mary's and Cristo Rey Richmond High School - A Gospel-based partnership that is transforming Richmond one student at a time ... Click to read more 

Read about this month's Knights of Columbus Family of the Month and Knight of the Month here.

The HealthNotes page of our website has been updated with information from our Parish Nurse Ministry.   It includes their latest note: "When Two Illnesses Collide: The Approaching Twindemic."

St. Mary's Schedule ...


  • The parish offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm.
  • The church is available for personal prayer on weekdays between 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. Please enter the building through the lower level office entrance and check-in with the receptionist.

Schedule changes for the Holiday Season.

Financial Stewardship

We know that during this difficult time many parishioners may have to change their giving habits or giving levels.  However, in order to keep our parish and its ministries running in these difficult times we need to have regular income.  If you can give during this time, please consider using one of the following methods:

  • Register for E-Giving here or click the icon.
  • Text “Donate” to 18042590555 on your smartphone
  • Mail your regular giving envelope to the parish via the US Postal Service
  • Drop your giving to the parish office during office hours
  • Use your bank’s BillPay option if possible, to send a check to St. Mary’s

We thank you for your generosity to St. Mary’s Catholic Church!

Stay Connected!

Please read our Daily Emails to get the latest information from St. Mary's.

The latest PARISH-WIDE EMAIL (2/26/2021) can be read online HERE

Do you want to receive our emails? Sign up HERE.

See all past videos and reflections on our Daily Reflections page.

Let Us Pray ...

Fr. Renninger and the Parish Staff would like to pray for your intentions during their personal daily prayer time.  Please complete the form below to send us your intention and know that it will be included in our prayer.  We would ask that you remember the intentions of our Parish Family in your prayers as well.


School News

Learn more about our school at www.saintmary.org.

Ongoing Announcements and Other Links ...



Audio Daily Reflections

Daily Reflection | February 26, 2021

Homily by: Fr. Michael Renninger

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Daily Reflection | February 25, 2021

Homily by: Fr. Michael Renninger

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Daily Reflection | February 24, 2021

Homily by: Fr. Michael Renninger

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Latest Bulletin

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Diocese of Ricmond

Bishop Knestout encourages anyone aware of sexual abuse of minors on the part of clergy or staff of our diocese to notify civil authorities, call the Attorney General’s Clergy Abuse Hotline at 1-833-454-9064, and reach out to the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator, Jennifer Sloan at 1-877-887-9603.

Mass Times

During the current phase of reopening, our Mass times will be as follows.  Please note: you must pre-register for each and every Mass you wish to attend.  To learn more, go to our Mass Registration Page.

Weekend Mass Times:

Saturdays: 5:30 pm
Sundays: 9:00 am and 11:30 am

Daily Mass:

Tuesdays - Fridays: 9:00 am

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Saturdays, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Parish Office Hours

Currently, our parish office hours are:

Mondays - Fridays, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Our church is open for personal prayer (during this time of social distancing).  Please note: you will need to enter the building by the parish offices and check in with the receptionist as we must monitor the number of people coming in.

Mondays - Fridays, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Celebrate the Eucharist

Livestream will begin at 9:00 am, Sunday, February 21, 2021

Watch Livestream - https://youtu.be/koS6DHkRqOE

Click here for Sunday Readings.  Click here for a songsheet.

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