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St. Michael the Archangel / Mary Mother of Peace Parish

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Mark Forrest October 29,2020 7pm Mary Mother of Peace

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St. Michael the Archangel/Mary Mother of Peace
202 Edward Street
Georgetown, DE  19947
 

 

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Saturday, October 24th, Catholic Charities’ Matt Hahn will discuss domestic violence. Listen to Catholic Forum online anytime at www.cdow.org/CatholicForum, or search “Catholic Forum” on Apple, Spotify, or iHeartRadio podcasts.  For photos, information regarding upcoming guests, links and more, “Like” Catholic Forum on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Catholicforum.

Next Saturday, October 31st, we begin National Vocations Awareness Week when Father Norm Carroll, Director of the Office for Priestly and Religious Vocations, and Pastor of St. Elizabeth Parish in Wilmington, is the guest.  Listen to Catholic Forum online anytime at www.cdow.org/CatholicForum, or search “Catholic Forum” on Apple, Spotify, or iHeartRadio podcasts.  For photos, information regarding upcoming guests, links and more, “Like” Catholic Forum on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Catholicforum

 

October is Respect Life Month. Find resources by clicking below

Pray the rosary with Bishop Francis Malooly and students from the Catholic schools of the Diocese of Wilmington. Students from Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Wilmington, Delaware lead the First Glorious Mystery. The Second Glorious Mystery is led by students from Most Blessed Sacrament School in Berlin, Maryland. Students from Saint Francis de Sales School in Salisbury, Maryland lead the Third Glorious Mystery. Cathedral of Saint Peter School students lead the Fourth Glorious Mystery. The Fifth Glorious Mystery is led by students from Easton Maryland's Saints Peter and Paul Elementary School. Visit YouTube.com/DioceseofWilm or cdow.org/Mary. View below:

 

The following comes from the USCCB's Civilize It campaign website (www.wearesaltandlight.org/civilize-it):
 
"As Catholics, we have a long tradition of engagement in the political process as a means of putting our faith into action. We are called to bring the best of ourselves and our faith to the public square—and yet today, many shy away from such involvement because our national and local conversations are filled with vitriol and harsh language, often directed at people themselves.  
 
When personal attacks replace honest debate, no one wins. This kind of attack, no matter the reason, only serves to further divide our communities.  As Catholics, we must model a better way. We invite you to join the Civilize It campaign by taking the pledge below as a way to promote civility, love our neighbors, and build community. 
 
Civilize It is about making room in your heart for those with whom you disagree. We are called to recognize that each one of us is a beloved child of God and to respond in love to that reality. Civilize It is a non-partisan call to focus on the dignity of all people, even when we disagree, and to put faith in action by bearing witness to a better way forward." 
 

A MESSAGE FROM THE PASTOR updated 6.9.2020

Greetings and Blessings!  I appreciate your continued cooperation as we work through the trial and error of our gradual re-opening, and I thank you for your letters and emails in support of our efforts.  It has been wonderful to see the familiar faces of those of you who have been able to come back for prayer, confession and to join in the Celebration of the Eucharist.  We are actively seeking volunteer ushers and greeters at all weekday and weekend Masses. If you are between the ages of 18 and 65 and would like to help, please call the office at 302-856-6451.

 

Although we have resumed our regular Mass schedule, I remind you that we will adhere to the following guidelines until further notice:

 

  • Those over age 65 or with other health conditions should consider staying at home to minimize risk.  Please remember that many daily and weekend Masses are offered online; you may find a list of resources on our website at https://www.smammop.com, or on the Diocese of Wilmington website at https://www.cdow.org

 

  • Cloth face coverings are required for anyone over age 12 for entrance to the church.  Masks are not provided, please bring your own face covering. (Face coverings should not be worn by children under 2 years of age due to risk of suffocation.  See the Governor’s Guidance for face coverings at https://coronavirus.delaware.gov/guidance-for-face-coverings/)

 

  • Maximum occupancy of 25 people for weekday Masses at both SMA and MMOP (Tuesday evening Spanish Masses at SMA have maximum occupancy of 115 in the church and 50 in the Parish Hall).

 

  • Maximum occupancy for MMOP weekend Masses – 160

 

  • Maximum occupancy for SMA weekend Masses – 115 in the church and 50 in the Parish Hall.

 

  • Social distancing of 6 feet required.  Every other pew to remain unoccupied.

 

  • We are deeply appreciative of those of you who have continued to support the church through your donations over the past few months.  With our office and church reopenings we will have increased expenses; please prayerfully consider contributing today.  Designated baskets are provided in the churches for envelopes and offerings.  You may also send your donations to the office or sign up for online giving on our website https://www.smammop.com

 

As a further safety precaution, we have removed all missals and hymnals from the churches.  Weekly worship aids are provided on our website at https://www.smammop.com; you may follow using your smartphone or tablet.  Please remember to silence your device while in the church.

 

It is my hope that, over time, we can continue to relax our restrictions and guidelines until we determine what our new “normal” practices will be.  Fr. Brady, Fr. Idelmo and I continue to keep you all in our prayers. 

 

Yours in Christ,

 

Rev. Robert E. Coine

Pastor

 

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Mass Times

SATURDAY:
Millsboro:
Mary Mother of Peace 4:00 PM

Georgetown:
St. Michael the Archangel 4:30 PM HSP
St. Michael the Archangel 7:00 PM ENG

SUNDAY
Millsboro:
Mary Mother of Peace 7:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Georgetown:
St. Michael the Archangel 7:00 AM HSP
St. Michael the Archangel 9:00 AM ENG
St. Michael the Archangel 12:00 PM HSP

MONDAY & TUESDAY:
St. Michael the Archangel 9:00 AM ENG

TUESDAY:
St. Michael the Archangel 7:00 PM HSP

WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY:
Mary Mother of Peace 9:00 AM

* Parish Mass Schedule Line: (302) 945-4044

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MASS INTENTIONS GUIDELINES

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9:30am - 3:30pm
(12:00pm to 12:30pm CLOSED for lunch)
***BY APPOINTMENT ONLY***
Please call 302-856-6451 to schedule
No Admittance Without A Mask

Inclement weather closings and delays:

For a list of closings and delays, visit www.wboc.com/closings or watch WBOC16 TV for the "Closings " banner

Spanish radio WYUS 930 AM and WGMD 92.7 FM will also announce cancellations

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Diocese Collections

2020 Collection Dates

January 18/19:  Catholic University and Catholic Communications

February 8/9:  Black and Indian Missions and Home Missions

Feb 29 & Mar 1:  Catholic Relief Services and Latin America

February 26:  (Ash Wednesday, First day of Lent) Rice Bowl

April 10:  (Good Friday) Holy Land Shrines

April 25/26:  Annual Catholic Appeal Commitment Weekend

May 30/31:  Diocesan Priests Retirement Fund

June 27/28:  Works of The Holy Father

July 4/5 (Optional):  Aid to Catholic Church in Africa and Central & Eastern Europe

August 15/16:  Cathedral of Saint Peter

September 26/27:  Share in The Spirit

October 24/25:  World Mission Sunday

November 21/22:  Catholic Campaign for Human Development

December 5/6:  Religious Retirement