Lazarus, Come Out03-29-2020Rev. Victor C. Yakubu
As we inch closer to the celebration of Easter, we reflect on the death of Lazarus, the brother of two prominent biblical figures, Martha and Mary. The gospel tells us that Lazarus, from Bethany, was ill and eventually died. It was painful for the two sisters to lose an only brother. Death is part of being human but painful. Jesus arrived in Bethany four days after the death of Lazarus, to sympathize with the family for their loss. The agony, the pain of loss and the tears had not eased when Jesus arrived with his disciples. Everybody thought that Jesus would do the usual -- empathize with them. But he went out of his way to do the unusual, open the grave of the dead man.READ MORE
Personal Intentions Rosary
Please join us every Wednesday at 11:00am in the Parish Center to pray the rosary for your own personal intentions. Before the rosary, we will ask the Virgin Mary to take our personal intentions to her Divine Son, Jesus Christ. You will be given a few minutes of silence to say your intentions privately.
Jun 6, 2020: 10:00am
For more information on Religious Formation please contact the Parish Office at 928-753-3359 ext. 211.
Jul 5, 2020 - Jul 10, 2020
Totus Tuus, a week of fun and Catechesis for kids in grade school through teens in high school, is coming to St. Mary Parish - Sun, Jul 5 - Fri, Jul 10. Mark your calendars! More information to come.