Hurricane Dorian Relief
At Bishop Ricken’s request, we have been asked to take up a collection to support our brothers and sisters in the Bahamas. The funds we collect will be used to assist Archbishop Patrick Pender and the Archdiocese of Nassau with Hurricane Dorian relief. Some of their churches are being used to house the homeless. One church, on Abico island, was completely lost. Find envelopes in the pews marked for this purpose at Masses this weekend, or log in to your Faith Direct account here to find the option to make a one-time gift. Checks should be made payable to St. Mary and we ask that all donations be to the parish office by September 30th so we can write one check to the Diocese. Thank you for your generosity, and please keep the people of the Bahamas in your prayers.
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