Historic St. Mary's Church on Capital Hill


In keeping with the state's updated covid guidelines, fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear facemasks while in church. Per CDC guidelines, it remains recommended that unvaccinated persons wear facemasks.  We encourage and recommend the wearing of facemasks by everyone especially as you come forward for communion. Thank you for your continued understanding and support. 

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Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger


Daily Mass Times: 

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7am 


Weekend Mass Times: 

Saturday Vigil 4pm 

Sunday 8am & 10:30am 


Confession offered every Saturday from 3:15-3:45pm


Holy Hour every Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm 

Pastor's Letter


Dear Parish Family,      

It has been a long time since I have written, but I promise that you are in my mind, heart, and prayers daily. I want you to know first of all that I have received every single letter, card and email that has been sent and I continue to appreciate your prayers, love and support. 

Secondly, I want to tell you all that I am continuing by the grace of God to make progress. I deeply appreciate the suport our Bishop has given to me. I have the feeling that he really understands my recovery process. He knows well the time that it takes to address recovery effectively. I am blessed by his desire that I am healed fully, not necessarily quickly.  

Please continue to pray for me. Prayer really works! And please know that I will remember all of you who have reached out to me as I kneel before the Eucharistic Jesus every day! Spring is upon us and it is always a time when we welcome new life all around us as we watch the buds turn to flowers.  I pray it will be a time of new life for all of us. 

With paternal affection,

Father Flannery