COVID-19 Q & A
Read the letter from Fr. Chris as he tries to answer as many questions and address as many concerns as he possibly can.
Give to St. Mary Magdalene.
We encourage you to donate online via Faith Direct, and you are always welcome to mail your tithing envelopes to us, or drop them off in our mailbox, located on the curb outside the front doors of the Church. Thank you for your continued generosity. There is no gift too small.
|March 14-15 Collection||$ 8,230.45|
|March 11th Faith Direct||$ 24,310.50|
|March 21-22 Collection||$ 1,600.00|
|March 23rd Faith Direct||$ 19,252.00|
|March 28-29 Collection||$ 10,388.65|
Diocese of Phoenix Mass Cancellations and Other Restrictions
Bishop Olmsted has suspended all weekday and Sunday Masses until further notice, and is asking for all parish- and diocesan-based public gatherings to be cancelled.
Recent Article from Vidi Dominum
Our Spiritual Staff Members02-23-2020Fr. Chris Axline
Ever since I was a child, I have enjoyed learning about the saints. Now, as a priest, I love celebrating the many saints' feasts and memorials on the liturgical calendar. I find their stories both inspiring and challenging: inspiring because God worked through them despite their human weaknesses, and challenging because they remained faithful to the Lord and His Church both in good times and in bad.
It prompts me to reflect on my own life and whether I could make the same choice if put in similar circumstances. One thing I notice is that these heroic men and women—Catholic superheroes we can rightly call them—were not born saints. Rather, they became saints through the choices they made every day. Like us, they too made mistakes but would admit their failings and entrust them to God's mercy, thus turning their mistakes into opportunities to be drawn closer to the heart of Christ and purified by His Love.READ MORE
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
PLEASE NOTE: Our Adoration chapel is temporarily closed.