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MEMORIAL DAY MASS

St. Mark Parish will celebrate Mass on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30 at 9:00 AM in the Church. Please note that there is no morning Mass in the Chapel on Memorial Day.

The St. Mark Church Office is closed on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.

Please enjoy a safe & happy holiday!

St. Mark Church

Pastor’s Welcome

Welcome to the website for St. Mark Parish in Catonsville, Maryland!

Established in 1888, as Catonsville grew from a village of summer estates to a thriving, year-round community, St. Mark quickly became a multi-generational parish.  Today, at any Sunday Mass, one will still see grandparents praying with their children and grandchildren.  Many generations have also graduated from St. Mark School, moving on to academic success both in secondary and higher education.

Our parishioners have always exhibited a deep commitment to the Catholic faith and an extraordinary spirit of generosity.  At this point in our history, we are enthusiastically responding to Archbishop William Lori’s request to assess our parish needs and identify how we might use our gifts to strengthen our faith both in southwest Baltimore County and in various ministries throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore.   It is our hope that our revamped website will be an essential tool for learning about the Parish Planning Program that, we pray, will enrich the task of discipleship.

We hope that the St. Mark website will serve as an important channel of communication for parish and archdiocesan programs. If what you seek is not obvious, please contact the parish office for assistance. Please pray for the success of our parish and for the future of God’s Church in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

May Christ, the Light of the World, guide us!

Fr. Whatley
Pastor

Mission

“We the members of St. Mark Parish, a Roman Catholic Community, welcome all to celebrate and live as Jesus teaches us:

  • to love one another
  • to worship and to witness
  • to learn and to teach
  • to be open and accepting
  • to share in God’s Kingdom as we proclaim and perpetuate the Body of Christ.”

All are welcome to join us in this mission…

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass (Chapel):
7:45 a.m. Mon-Fri
8 a.m. Saturday
Rosary after each Mass

Saturday (Church):
Confessions 3 – 3:45 p.m.
4 p.m. Traditional Mass

Sunday (Church):
7:30 a.m. Traditional Mass (no music)
9 a.m. Family Mass, Contemporary Music
11 a.m. Traditional Mass, Adult Choir
5 p.m. Youth & Family Mass

Holy Days: As announced


Archdiocesan News

Fortnight for Freedom

Fortnight for Freedom: The Catholic Church in the United States will observe a Fortnight for Freedom, June 21-July 4. The Fortnight is a time for prayer, education, and action to support and defend religious freedom in our Nation and around the world. This year’s Fortnight will celebrate past and present “witnesses to religious freedom.” The Archdiocese of Baltimore will host events to mark the Fortnight, beginning with the nationally-televised opening Mass, celebrated by Archbishop William E. Lori at the Baltimore Basilica on June 21 at 7:00pm. Relics of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher will be on display for veneration during and after the Mass. More information about the Mass and about the other events taking place in the Archdiocese can be found at www.archbalt.org.





News from St. Mark Parish in Catonsville

We want your pictures of sacraments, activities, or sports which have occurred on St. Mark campus for our website.  Please e-mail them to nreiter@archbalt.org if you wish to share your happy memories.