St. Mark the Evangelist and Mount Calvary Roman Catholic Parishes

St. Mark the Evangelist Church

Mt. Calvary Church

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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
Tuesday / Thursday: 7:30 am early morning at St. Mark Church

Staff

Publications


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  • Sun, Oct 14th
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Liturgical Readings

Monday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time

Reading 1 Eph 2:1-10

Brothers and sisters:

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Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Reading 1 Is 53:10-11

The LORD was pleased

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Saturday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Time

Reading 1 Eph 1:15-23

Brothers and sisters:

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National Church News

U.S. Bishops’ Office of Migration and Refugee Services and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service Release Report on Agencies Assisting Trump Administration with Family Reunification

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Office of Migration and Refugee Services (USCCB/MRS) and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), released its report today, entitled Serving Separated and Reunited Families: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward to Promote Family Unity, which documents the work of Catholic and Lutheran agencies who assisted the Administration with reuniting separated families during the month of July. Bishop Joe S. Vásquez of Austin, Texas, Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Migration, in a letter of introduction of the report states:  "I am proud of the response of USCCB/MRS, LIRS and of our Catholic (in particular CCUSA and the Catholic Charities network) and Lutheran partners around the country, including my brother bishops, to be able to work with the Administration to provide support to these vulnerable families." He further states: "USCCB/MRS (in collaboration with 75 Catholic Charities agencies) and LIRS continue to provide assistance including helping families comply with their immigration obligations. I believe the recommendations made [in this report] are important and should be seriously considered in order to avoid pain and suffering in the future caused by the separation of families." In July 2018, USCCB/MRS and LIRS assisted over 1200 families who were reunified after being separated due to the Administration's "Zero Tolerance" policy. The report highlights the work that was undertaken by Catholic and Lutheran partners on the ground and gives a unique data point regarding the separated and reunited families.   Resources and information about family separation and the report are available on the Justice for Immigrants website www.justiceforimmigrants.org. Included is a backgrounder on family separation and information about the current release practices of immigrant families at the U.S./Mexico border and their immigration compliance requirements. The full text of the report can be found here.   ---Keywords: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, USCCB, Bishop Joe S. Vásquez, Office of Migration and Refugee Services (MRS), Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), Trump Administration, reunification, migrants, refugees, vulnerable families, family separation,Media Contact:Judy Keane202-541-3200 

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USCCB Chairman and Catholic Relief Services Commend Congress for Advancing the PEPFAR Extension Act of 2018

WASHINGTON—Archbishop Timothy Broglio, Chair of

the Committee on International Justice and Peace of the United States

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Domestic Justice Chairman Welcomes End to Death Penalty in Washington State

WASHINGTON—Following

the Washington Supreme Court's ruling striking down the state death penalty

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