Click hereSaintMarys_th copy to take our online tour of the church and the grounds at the Parish.


StAnnes   Click here for online tour of Saint Anne’s Church.





Click here to learn more about Marriage, First Communion, Baptism, Confirmation and other sacraments in the Catholic Church.





StMarysSch_thClick here to link to Saint Mary’s Catholic School for our online brochure, contact names and numbers, and other important information.


Click here to take our online gallery tour of Saint Francis of Assisi Church in Whitesboro.


Click here to see what’s going on at St. Mary’s Parish.


Our recent Facebook Posts

St. Mary's Catholic Parish shared St. Paul Street Evangelization's . ... See MoreSee Less

Blessed Feast of St. Catherine of Alexandria! St Catherine of Alexandria was raised a pagan, but converted to Christianity when she had a vision in which the Blessed Virgin Mary gave her to Christ in mystical marriage. At this point, Catherine took a vow of celibacy. As a young woman, she visited the Roman Emperor Maxentius, and attempted to convince him of the moral error in persecuting Christians. The emperor arranged for a debate between Catherine and the best pagan philosophers, hoping that they would refute her arguments, but Catherine won the debate. Several of her adversaries, moved by her eloquence, declared themselves Christians and were immediately maryred. Catherine was then scourged and imprisoned, during which time over 200 people visited her, including the Empress. All converted to Christianity and were subsequently martyred. The Emperor Maxentius proposed to marry her but Catherine refused, declaring herself a consecrated virgin. The furious emperor condemned Catherine to death on a spiked wheel, but, at her touch, the wheel was destroyed. Maxentius finally had her beheaded. More than a millenium later, St. Catherine of Alexandria appeared to St. Joan of Arc to comfort her during her trials. Today, Catherine of Alexandira is recognized as patroness of philophers, apologests, and much more. (Source: EWTN) St. Catherine of Alexandria, pray for us! ------ FREE E-book: Life of Union with Mary!➜ stpaulse.com/free-e-book/ BIG PROBLEM? Watch this video ➜ youtu.be/Hq3Qaf95HNY MEMBERSHIP! Become a Supporting Member today and get access to evangelization training, pamphlets, miraculous medals, CDs, books, signs, video content, and much more! We'll ask for a small pledge, but if you can't afford it we'll give you access for free! Sign up today ➜ bit.ly/1gTKdNH PRAYER WARRIORS! Without prayer, our apostolate will bear no fruit. Become a SPSE Prayer Warrior today ➜ bit.ly/1bqNLzE DONATE! Help us spread the Gospel ➜ bit.ly/1dm1Hfv If you are buying or selling a home and want to support the Gospel of Life and the New Evangelization, contact Dave at Real Estate For Life at: realty@stpaulse.com and don't forget to mention SPSE!

9 hours ago  ·  

R. Alleluia, alleluia.
Remain faithful until death,
and I will give you the crown of life.
R. Alleluia, alleluia

R. Aleluya, aleluya.
Sé fiel hasta la muerte
y te daré como premio la vida, dice el Señor.
R. Aleluya.
... See MoreSee Less

9 hours ago  ·