Mass Schedule

  • Immaculate Conception (Holy Day of Obligation, at Wilde Lake)
    Tuesday, December 7: Mass at 7:30pm
    Wednesday, December 8: Mass at 6:45am, 12:00noon, 7:00pm (Spanish), 7:30pm
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe celebrations (in Spanish, at Wilde Lake)
    Saturday, December 11: 5:45pm Rosary, 6:30pm Mass, 7:45pm Marian singing, 8:00pm Mariachis
    Sunday, December 12: 2:15pm Rosary in procession, 3:00pm Mass, 4:15pm Marian drama of the apparitions of the Virgin
  • Christmas
    Friday, December 24: 4:00pm OM & WL, 6:00pm WL, 8:00pm WL (Spanish), 11:00pm WL
    Saturday, December 25: 8:00am WL (English & Spanish), 10:00 WL, 12:15pm WL (English & Spanish)

Daily & Weekend Masses

We are so glad that you are back with us! In solidarity with those who are unvaccinated, especially our youngest members, we do ask that you still do Wear a Mask. If you are unable to join us for whatever reason, we invite you to join us in spirit, through our Masses via streaming.

English Masses:

  • Saturday (Vigil) 4:00 pm – Room 1 WL
  • Sunday 8:00 am – Room 1 WL
  • Sunday 10:00 am – Room 1 WL
  • Sunday 11:30 am – Room 200 OM
  • Sunday 12:15 pm – Room 4 WL
  • Monday-Friday 12:00 pm – Room 1 WL

Daily noon English Masses are followed by Rosary, except on Thursday we offer a Holy Hour with Eucharistic Adoration.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available 3:00-3:45pm on Saturday at the Wilde Lake Interfaith Center. You can also call our offices and schedule an appointment.

Spanish Masses:

  • Saturday (Vigil) 6:30 pm – Room 1 WL
  • Sunday 8:00 am – Room 4 WL
  • Sunday 12:15 pm – Room 1 WL
  • Thursday 7:00 pm – Room 1 WL

Thursday evening Spanish Mass is followed by Eucharistic Adoration and confessions until 9:00 pm.

If you wish to go to confession, Padre Hilario waits for you 45 minutes before each Spanish Mass, outside Room 1, on the right.

General Dispensation Lifted

Effective June 26-27, 2021, Archbishop Lori as well as our neighboring bishops lifted the General Dispensation from the Obligation to Attend Mass. We hope and pray that many of you will take the invitation an opportunity to return to our Eucharistic table and celebrate Mass in-person again as so many already have. Of course, this obligation does not apply to those who are ill; those who have reason to believe that they were recently exposed to the coronavirus or another serious or contagious illness; those who are confined to their home, a hospital, or nursing facility; or those with serious underlying health conditions.

Pastoral Care

Eucharistic ministers (those who are specially trained to serve the Eucharist to the sick and elderly outside at home) are available to bring communion to the homebound parishioners. If a family member or friend is unable to come to Mass on a temporary or long term basis, a Eucharistic minister will be happy to bring Communion to them. To make a request call the parish office at 410-964-1425. A Eucharistic minister will follow up and make contact to set up a convenient time to visit.

Children’s Liturgy of the Word

2021 Update: The Children’s Liturgy of the Word program continues this fall for families with preschool children up to grade 3.  Zoom lessons are scheduled for September 12 & 26, October 10 & 24, November 14 and December 12. Please note the scheduled time has changed to 8:30 am! Families are invited to join via Zoom To receive the Zoom link a couple of days before each class, email KidLit@sjerc.org

Contact: Nadine Magaletta, KidLit@sjerc.org