Welcome to the Parishes of Saint Mark and Mount Calvary

Looking for a way to increase your spiritual practices this Lent? Why not join us for the No Greater Love A Biblical Walk through Christ's Passion course! Sign up today with the parish office (814) 899-3000.

Classes start Wednesday March 20th at 12:30pm. we meet once a week for five weeks. We are meeting in room 7 of the Ward center at St. Mark the Evangelist, a light lunch will be served at 12:30pm class starts at 1 and goes to 2:30pm.

St. Mark the Evangelist and Mount Calvary Roman Catholic Parishes

St. Mark the Evangelist Church

Mt. Calvary Church

Events

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Office Hours

Monday thru Thursday: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Parish Office is closed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Mass Times

Saturday afternoon: 4:00 pm at St. Mark Church
Sunday early morning: 8:00 am at Mt. Calvary Church
Sunday later morning: 10:30 am at St. Mark Church

Monday / Friday: 12:10 mid-day at Mt. Calvary Church
Wednesday / Thursday: 7:30 am early morning at St. Mark Church

Staff

Publications


  • Sun, Mar 17th

  • Sun, Mar 10th
Older Publications

National Church News

U.S. Bishops’ Chairmen Reaffirm Authentic Human Dignity and Rights in Letter to Congress Opposing Equality Act

WASHINGTON—Three chairmen of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) have written in public opposition to the Equality Act (H.R. 5 / S. 788), which was introduced in Congress on March 13, 2019. The Act would add the new terms “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the definition of “sex” in federal civil rights laws, which has wide-reaching impacts on health care, women and girls’ legal protections, charitable services to needful populations, schools, personal privacy, athletics, free speech, religious liberties, and potentially parental rights.

 

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U.S. Bishops’ Chairman Offers Prayers for Recovery, After Flooding in the Midwest

WASHINGTON—After historic flooding brought devastation to parts of the Midwest, Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida and Chairman of the U.S. Bishops’ Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, expressed grief over the lives lost and threatened by the floods and offered prayers for recovery.

The full statement follows:

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Collection to Help Serve Vulnerable and Marginalized People to Be Held on March 31

WASHINGTON— The annual Catholic Relief Services Collection will be held in many dioceses across the country on Laetare Sunday, March 31.

The Catholic Relief Services Collection supports the work of several Catholic organizations serving some of the most marginalized communities in the world. Programs include relief and resettlement for victims of persecution, war, and natural disasters; development projects to improve living conditions for people in poverty; pastoral services for rural workers and legal support services for poor immigrants in the United States; peace and reconciliation work for people suffering from violence and religious persecution; and advocacy on behalf of the powerless.

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