SACRAMENT OF CONFESSION . . .  Beginning on Saturday, November 28. 2020, the sacrament of reconciliation will be held from 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the Church before the 5:00 PM Mass.

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION DURING ADVENT . . . Starting this Saturday, Eucharistic Adoration will take place every Saturday from 3:45 to 4:45 PM in St. Casimir Church.

FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION . . . During its founding days, our country was dedicated to the Mother of God under the title of the Immaculate Conception, hence the naming of the Basilica in Washington, DC. And so in a very real way it is “Our Feast Day”. Vigil Mass will be celebrated on Monday, December 7 at 7:00 PM at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church. On Tuesday, December 8, St. Casimir Church will celebrate Mass at 8:00 AM & & 7:00 PM. Parish office is closed on Dec. 8.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION & EUCHARISTIC ADORATION WITH BENEDICTION . . . The season of Advent is upon us.  It is a 4 week period of time to prepare ourselves for the Great Feast of Christmas. And one of the best ways to prepare is by receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation. With this in mind, a reminder that St. Casimir has confession every Saturday afternoon at 4:00 PM and on Monday, December 14th there will be an evening of Adoration and the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation as well.  Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will take place at 7:00 PM at St. Casimir Church and for 50 minutes you may spend time in quiet prayer. The evening will conclude with benediction of the Blessed Sacraments at 8:00 PM.


Please check the Mass times listed below.
Due to the Corona Virus, there is a need for additional Masses
with a limit of 200*  people per Mass for St. Casimir
and 100* limit for St. Elizabeth of Hungary.

(Limit may change based on City & State Capacity Limits)
Please call the parish office to sign up at 410-276-1981.

Please note: You will need to register for Christmas Eve
and Christmas Day Masses.
Reminder, Face masks are a requirement at Mass.

Christmas Eve Mass Schedule

     2:00 PM               St. Casimir Church

     4:00 PM               St. Casimir Church

     5:00 PM               St. Elizabeth of Hungary

     6:00 PM               St. Casimir Church


Christmas Day Mass Schedule    

     8:00 AM                 St. Casimir Church

    10:00 AM                St. Casimir Church  

    10:15 AM                Online – YouTube – Facebook

     11:15 AM                St. Elizabeth of Hungary

ARE YOU OR IS SOMEONE YOU KNOW INTERESTED IN THE CATHOLIC FAITH? . . .  St. Casimir Parish will begin a new journey in faith to share the richness of the Catholic Church and our parish family. This process is known as the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). We invite you to learn what the Church teaches, and be introduced to some of our parish members.
These sessions are also opportunities for you, and others that you may wish to invite, to ask questions that you may have about the Church. These gatherings are for inquirers and are open to adults who have not yet celebrated the sacrament of baptism, baptized Christians who wish to explore entering into full communion with the Catholic Church, baptized Catholics who have not celebrated first communion and/or confirmation, and Catholics who would like to update themselves about their faith.
If you are interested or have any questions, or know someone who may be, contact Jennifer Schmidt at 410-409-8175 or send an email to Jennifer at schmidts95@aol.com.

BEANS AND BREAD NEED OUR HELP . . . For a number of years St. Casimir parishioners have generously prepared casseroles for Beans & Bread a local soup kitchen, due to COVID 19 Beans & Bread has suspended their casserole program.
We have been asked to provide bagged lunches for their Tuesday & Wednesday meals a combined total of 350 lunches for the two days.

As such, we have committed to providing 350 bagged lunches every TUESDAY until Beans/Bread can be fully operational again and ask for you help.

The bagged lunches should include:
a meat and cheese sandwich of any kind, any variation, or just meat, or just cheese
Please NO PB&J due to peanut allergies
Any type of bread, however, please NO bread with seeds – (sandwich does not need to be cut) put into sandwich bag or wax paper
a sweet treat/dessert
chips or something crunchy
fruit cup (only if possible) (No fresh fruit at this time)

Individually wrapped snacks/treats, fruit cups, pudding cups, bottled water or juice boxes are needed as they will be distributed to low income families and shelters
We are asking each person to consider preparing 10 bagged lunches; if you are able to provide lunches, please email Pam Protani at pamelapro@aol.com or call 443-413-8329 and let her know how many lunches you will be able to provide. If you cannot reach Pam, please contact Bernie at the parish office bvece@verizon.net, 410-276-1981.

Drop Off Information:
Curbside – FRONT of Church,
every Tuesday
between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m.

Please pull up and someone will meet you at your car so you will not need to get out; all lunches, snacks/treats, water/juices will be delivered to Beans & Bread at 10:00 AM.
The lunches you will provide are surely a gift of kindness to those in need, less fortunate…

Thank you so very much and remember,
We are all in this together~!

THIS IS WHAT REALLY HAPPENS AT THE EUCHARIST (CATHOLIC MASS)  . . . Take a few moments to view this video. In a very powerful way it expresses beautifully what it is we do at mass. It is the center of our faith. It is from the Eucharist that we draw our strength and it is the precious gift that Jesus has left us: His very presence. Please join us to adore and worship His presence in the Eucharist on the last Saturday of every month from 3:45 PM to 4:45 PM in the Church.



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