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Welcome
Greetings from Fr. Dennis

Peace to all who enter here and Welcome! On behalf of our Faith Community here at St. Casimir, it is a privilege and honor to welcome you. Please feel free to browse our site and, when you get a chance, come visit us in person and join us as we gather in our beautiful church to celebrate the gift of our faith, hope and love as members of God’s family. There are many wonderful things happening here at St. Casimir because of so many dedicated and devoted people. If you are looking for a place to call home, please know that there is a place for you. Also, please check out the link to St. Casimir Catholic School, The Pride of Canton. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. Once again, WELCOME!

REGULAR SCHEDULE OF MASSES

5:00 PM Mass – Saturdays – St. Casimir Church

8:00 AM & 10:00 AM – Sundays – St. Casimir Church

11:15 AM – Sundays – St. Elizabeth of Hungary

Morning Mass at 8:00 AM held in the Chapel at St. Casimir

Confessions will be held on Saturdays before Mass

 from 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM in St. Casimir Church.

 

The Province of Baltimore and the Archdiocese of Washington announced we are lifting the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass in person during the COVID-19 health crisis, a major milestone in our journey back to normalcy. In light of this important transition, the Archdiocese is also removing all COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, where jurisdictions allow. The lifting of general dispensation and removing restrictions will both go into effect on June 26 and 27. These are certainly joyous days ahead. It is with great hope that we look forward to an end to the pandemic and to the complete reopening of our parish communities for in-person worship. This is indeed a moment worthy of celebration and thanksgiving.

We continue to be mindful of those who have been directly affected by the virus, those that are currently suffering its effects, and those that have lost loved ones. May we keep them always close in thought and prayer.  In light of the continued decline in cases and in hospitalizations, as we progress beyond the long-present threat of COVID-19, I invite and encourage you to begin attending Mass in person again, confident that at this time, a return to our parish communities is safe for a vast majority of us.

 

PARISH FESTIVAL INFORMATION – Click here

Saturday, June 12 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Sunday, June 13 from Noon to 4:00 PM

 

Thanks to everyone who prepares lunches for Beans & Bread every week. Please watch the video below.

Weekly Bulletin E-Giving Highlights Join E-Community

 

 

FRANCISCAN VOICE WEBSITE

 
 

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