Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church Livestream DAILY Mass 9:00AM




Daily Reflection: Father Bellopede will be recording a daily Reflection which will be posted on the Parish Website, Facebook, YouTube Channel and sent out via Flocknote.

Contact Linda Nichols to participate in the Summer Bookclub:



Saint Mary Church will be open every day from 12PM-3pm.

Mass: All public Masses will be held Daily at 9AM and on weekends Saturday at 4PM, Sundays 9AM and Noon. Livestream videos and Masses can be viewed on Saint Mary Parish Facebook Page, and Parish Website. All livestream Masses are archived on our YouTube page

Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Eucharistic Adoration will take place in the church sanctuary and adorers may visit between 12 noon to 3pm each day.  To view available hours and to schedule an hour with our Lord, tap on the "Sign Up For Adoration" box at the top of the website. 
If you currently are a scheduled adorer, please reach out to MaryKatherine or your Division Leader to let us know if you are available so we can begin Perpetual Adoration in the Green Phase. If you are not a scheduled adorer, we invite you to join us by contacting our Coordinator, MaryKatherine at 610.476.4490 or or the Parish Office Center at 610.287.8156, weekdays from 9am - 5pm. We continue to need additional adorers and substitutes. Jesus I Trust In You!

Parish Office Center: While in the restricted green phase, the Parish Office Center will remain closed to walk in service. However, the staff will remain available via telephone and emails from Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. Please call ahead if you need Mass cards, scrip orders, or other assistance.

We warmly welcome Andrew Berger into Full Communion with the Catholic Church. Andrew professed Christianity up until today in the Presbyterian ecclesial community. Andrew will be received into the faith of the Catholic Church at the 12 Noon Mass this weekend. After the homily, Andrew will make his Profession of Faith, followed by his statement: I believe and profess all that the Holy Catholic Church teaches as revealed by God. Andrew will then receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. His Confirmation name will be: Joseph. Andrew will then receive his First Holy Communion. We warmly welcome Andrew into Full Communion with the Catholic Church.


Let us pray through the intercession of Mary,
our Blessed Mother, that God protects all of us and brings healing and comfort to all who are ill.  May He grant strength, courage and wisdom to all our leaders and those who care for the sick.

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 Saint Mary Parish will follow the guidelines issued by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Centers for Disease Control as we enter the green phase.  

The Saint Mary Parish Operations Team Ministry will play an essential role as we continue the reopening of Mass. The members of the team will assist staff by wiping down pews and commonly touched surfaces in the church after all Masses.  Your help is needed and we invite you to stay after Mass to assist with this important ministry.

Looking for a way to participate more at Saint Mary Parish? Help your fellow parishioners by joining the Usher Ministry. Usher duties consist of guiding the seating of parishioners and assisting those with special needs, and collecting the weekly tithing and presenting these tithing gifts at the Altar. These duties are performed at all weekend Masses as well as on Holy Days of Obligation and other special Parish Liturgies. We especially need help during this restricted yellow phase of public Masses. Please consider joining this important ministry of service. If interested please contact Sandi at the Parish Office Center at or by calling 610-287-8156.

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Saint Mary Church is a community of Catholics, striving to be an open and caring people, living our failth, spreading God's word, and serving Jesus' disciples to our families, our parish and our surrounding communities.

Rev. Louis Bellopede
Nelson J. Perez


Reverend Louis P. Bellopede, Pastor
Reverend Brian M. Kean, In Residence
Deacon Donald O. Nichols