Saint Mary Catholic Church

Williamston, MI

Saint Mary Catholic Church

Williamston, MI

“We Welcome Everyone Into A Personal Encounter With Jesus Christ”

Hearts on Fire

Hearts on Fire is coming up! The disciples’ hearts “burned” within them when they heard the Gospel (Luke 24:32). Does yours?

St. Mary Catholic Church

157 High Street
Williamston, MI 48895


Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9:00AM - 2:00PM

Contact Us

Office: (517) 655-2620
Rel Ed: (517) 655-2520
School: (517) 655-4038
Fax: (517) 655-3933
Email: contact@saint-mary.church

Mass Times


Saturday: 9:00am & 4:30PM
Sunday: 9:00AM & 11:00AM
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00AM

Reconciliation


Saturday: 9:30AM - Until Finished
Saturday: 3:30PM - 4:25PM
Sunday: 8:30AM - 8:55AM

Adoration


Sunday 6pm - 9pm
Monday 7pm - 10pm
Tuesday 11:00am - Noon
Tuesday 9pm - Midnight
Wednesday 8:30am - Noon
Wednesday 6pm - 9pm
Thursday 8pm - 11pm
Friday 8:30am - 11pm

“The family is an intermediate institution between individuals and society, and nothing can completely take its place….a necessary good for peoples, an indispensable foundation for society and a great and lifelong treasure for couples. It is a unique good for children, who are meant to be the fruit of the love, of the total and generous self-giving of their parents.”


Pope Benedict XVI

Alive – February 16th

Join us on at 7:30-9pm on Saturday, February 16 for a dynamic talk by Fr. Karl Pung, Rector of St, Mary Cathedral in Lansing.

Coffee & Christ

Scriptural Conversations with Fr. Mark Rutherford Fr. Mark Rutherford will begin hosting a Bible study on the Gospel reading for the coming Sunday. Everyone is invited to be part of this discussion. Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome!

Hearts on Fire

Hearts on Fire is coming up! The disciples’ hearts “burned” within them when they heard the Gospel (Luke 24:32). Does yours?

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

I am writing this to you due to the recent removal of Archbishop Theodore McCarrick from ministry and the release of the grand jury report on clergy abuse in Pennsylvania. Once again, the sins of clergy have hurt victims, scandalized the faithful, raised anger in many hearts, and brought ill-repute upon the Catholic Church. Archbishop McCarrick’s abuse of minors, his homosexual activity and his abuse of seminarians and young priests are beyond the pale. The sins of anyone who sexually abuses children is abhorrent, most especially clergy. In addition, some knew about these crimes and did nothing to address this behavior. I am as shocked as you. So, first of all, I apologize for their behavior and the behavior of those who did nothing to stop it. It is incredibly wearying and demoralizing to hear yet again about these sexual sins and crimes. Let us hold each other in prayer.

As you may know, each bishop is ultimately responsible to the Holy Father, who is the only one who can remove a bishop. Still, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops will be discussing how we bishops might attempt to hold one another accountable, given this limitation. I can never give a guarantee that there will not be other clerics who violate their promise of celibacy and abuse their positions. We are all sinners. The Lord Jesus knew what these sinful clergy did just as he knows our sinful selves as well. Beyond what we can do as human beings to address the behavior of one another, we also commend ourselves and each other to the charity and justice of our God. We offer our prayers for the healing of victims of abuse but the time has come for us bishops to do more to hold one another accountable.

Christ is our hope in all things. May God have mercy on us all.

Bishop Earl Boyea, Diocese of Lansing

Saint Mary Catholic Church of Williamston, Michigan


We are a passionately Catholic, Spirit-filled, loving family whose members are sacramental, evangelical, prayerful, and merciful disciples looking to invite everyone into a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ.

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