The 68th Saint Mary’s Annual Fall Festival is September 27th and 28th. The Spaghetti Supper and Auction will be Friday at 5 pm, and the festival proper will begin Saturday at 10 am. Pre-order T-shirts, Spaghetti Supper Tickets, wristbands for unlimited turns on the inflatables, and tickets for games & food. Accepting sponsors: contact Darcy Read more about 68th Annual Fall Festival[…]
The annual Saint Mary Parish “Founders Day Potluck” will begin at 6 pm in the Family Life Center, 317 Vermont Ave., on Thursday, August 22nd, the Octave Day of the Assumption and patronal feast day of our parish. Food should be taken directly to Columbus Hall (in the Family Life Center) by 5:45 pm. Please Read more about Founders Day Potluck[…]
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I invite you to a follow-up forum on Monday, August 26th at 6 pm in the Social Hall, to review and reflect upon the special forum we held in August of last year. Last summer was pretty bad, at least for American Catholics. It was the “Summer of Shame”. Read more about Follow-Up Forum[…]
Thursday, August 22nd @ 6:00 PM in the Family Life Center, 317 Vermont Ave.
UPDATE: Mike Barnes and Bill Olka were both elected to the PPC. May God bless their contributions to the council. MIKE BARNES: Hi, My name is Mike Barnes. I have been at St.Marys Parish for over 14 years when I converted to Catholicism. My wife, Tatjana, and I have 6 kids. They are all enthusiastic Read more about Pastoral Council Elections: Candidate Biographies[…]
Saint Mary Parish has spent this year celebrating our 75th anniversary, an anniversary our parish shares with Oak Ridge. For our final anniversary event, the parishioners of Saint Mary’s invite you to join us for an open House on November 5th at 6 pm. Participants will meet at our recently remodeled Social Hall (325 Vermont Read more about Open House[…]
Our Spaghetti Supper is tonight at 5 pm (Family Life Center: 315 Vermont Ave.), followed by the auction. Our 68th annual Fall Festival begins at 10 am on Saturday, with inflatables, music, entertainment, crafts, food vendors –and much more!
October 3rd: Discuss October’s book “Bored Again Catholic: How the Mass Could Save Your Life” October 17th: Pot-luck supper celebrating 60 years of Our lady of Oak Ridge October 24th: October’s movie “The 13th Day” October 31st: No gathering due to All Hallows Eve Mass November 7th: Presentation and Discussion: Who Is Saint Paul VI? Read more about Pathways of Belief Autumn Schedule[…]
Bishop Adrian of Nashville dedicated our peace statue under the very special title “Our Lady of Oak Ridge” on October 12th, 1958 as a peaceful symbol of hope during both the international Cold War and the national movement against Jim Crow segregation. Next week on Wednesday evening (October 17th) we will gather together to celebrate Read more about 60th Anniversary of the Dedication of Our Peace Statue[…]