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    Mary, Mother of God

    January 1st is the SOLEMNITY OF MARY, MOTHER OF GOD.  Our Mass at the Palmetto Chapel will be a VIGIL Mass at 1700 on Wednesday, December 31st.   May Mary, the Mother of God pray for us always, but especially in the New Year!



    Monday, December 8th is the SOLEMNITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. It is a holy day of obligation as we honor the Patroness of the United States, Mary, the Immaculate Conception. 

    Masses will be celebrated at the Palmetto Chapel at 1130 hrs. and 1700 hrs.  Please join us as we honor Mary and ask for her prayers for our nation. 



    Holy Day of Obligation

      15 August 2012

     1130/1700 Mass

     Palmetto Chapel

    The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven at the end of her earthly life is a defined dogma of the Catholic Church. The Feast of the Assumption, celebrated every year on August 15, is a very old feast of the Church, celebrated universally by the sixth century. It commemorates the death of Mary and her bodily assumption into Heaven, before her body could begin to decay—a foretaste of our own bodily resurrection at the end of time. Because it signifies the Blessed Virgin’s passing into eternal life, it is the most important of all Marian feasts and a holy day of obligation.