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St. Mary Roman Catholic Church at 210 West Main Street, Manchester, MI 48158 US - Home


Greetings from
St. Mary Roman Catholic Church,
in the LOVE of the Lord!

An invitation:
Are you looking for a Roman Catholic parish that is:

  • Faithful to and thankful for authentic Church teaching;
  • Respectful of her time tested, deeply sacred rites;
  • Devoted to the Eucharist and Mary;
  • Committed to catechesis and evangelism in full Gospel Truth;
  • Reverent and aware of beauty in both sacred liturgy and music;
  • Striving in joyful self-donation, letting "Thy Will Be Done"

Join us in the sacred liturgy—
Join our household in Christ.

Masses for the Great Holy Day of Easter!


Holy Saturday Night: The Easter Vigil
Mass at 9:00 pm
APRIL 20, 2014
Easter Sunday Masses at 8:30 am and 10:30 am

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 Fr. Tim's homily on Easter Sunday (April 20)

“And behold, there was a great earthquake; for an angel of the Lord descended from heaven, approached, rolled back the stone, and sat upon it. His appearance was like lightening and his clothing was white as snow. The guards were shaken with fear of him and became like dead men” (Mt. 28: 1-5). As the first rays of sunlight banish the lingering darkness, a new day and age begins dawning on the world. God’s new creation has begun. But this is not what brings Mary Magdalene and the other Mary out to the tomb of Jesus. These two courageous women from Galilee had been with Jesus to the bitter end. Unlike the eleven who fled, the two Marys watched him die in agony and witnessed his interment in the sepulcher. Most likely the purpose of their early morning visitation was to complete the burial rites left unfinished by Joseph of Arimathea. As they approach the tomb they are shaken to their very bones at what occurs. The earthquakes. An angel of the Lord descends from heaven bright as a bolt of lightning. The women are blinded by his radiance. Most likely they are stunned and thus drop the burial spices they were carrying and fall face down to the ground in hopes of protecting themselves from what in all appearance was the end of the world…


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Exposition & Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament May 2-3, 2014

Come, spend time with Jesus!!!!
First Friday 9:00 am Until Benediction on Saturday 8:15 am
Exposition & and Adoration
of the Blessed Sacrament

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Urbi et Orbi: Pope Francis calls for Peace

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Pope Francis' Easter

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