The dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation issued by the Archdiocese on March 12, is still in effect until further notice. For your continued participation, Fr. Scott will continue to live stream his Sunday Masses at St. Cecilia and St. Peter Claver.
News and Update from the Archdiocese of Washington
- For Coronavirus Resources and Information from the Archdiocese of Washington, please visit this link.
- Please be aware that there have been many fraudulent emails being received by people from a spam account using the Archbishop Gregory’s or other priest’s names. If you are concerned that you might have received one of these emails, please let us know. Click here for more information.
- Archbishop Gregory issues statement on fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia.
The Annual CareNet Baby Bottle Blitz starts this Sunday!
Unfortunately, with current events, CareNet is unable to hand out baby bottles this year. They asked that you use a spare container that is laying around your home (empty oatmeal container, mason jar, old baby bottle, a jar, etc..) to collect change. The change you collect is due on Father’s Day, June 21. As that day gets closer, we will post instructions on how CareNet will collect your donation. Please click here for more information and to make a one-time donation if you prefer not to collect change.
Fr. Scott and William Bolin are working together to make short videos on different topics and posting them YouTube weekly. You can view these videos by selecting “Fr. Scott’s Short Videos” under the Spiritual Recourse tab.
If you would still like to make weekly contributions to Saint Cecilia, please mail your envelopes to P.O. Box 429, Saint Mary’s City, MD 20686. You can also sign up to give electronically. Click Here to Give Online
St. Cecilia’s Food Pantry is open on Mondays from 9:00AM to 12:00PM. We will be pre-bagging food and handing it out to those who come by. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact the First District Catholic Aid Society. You can reach them at 240-925-9354.
St. Cecilia’s Food Pantry is in need of non-perishable food items and hygiene products. If you would like to make a monetary donation, we ask that you please make a donation to the First District Catholic Aid Society, The Poor Fund or Social Concerns. These funds help those who are in need of financial aid. Click Here to Give Online
Thank you for your continued support and prayers!