Mass Schedule

Wednesday, May 27 & Thursday, May 28
5:30 pm Mass
Friday, May 29
7:10am Liturgy of the Hours Morning Prayers
8-9:30am Exposition of Blessed Sacrament 
Mass at 10:00am for Patricia Dornburgh
Saturday, May 30
4:30pm Vigil Mass
Sunday, May 31 - The Most Holy Trinity
7:30, 9:30 & 11:30am Masses
Wednesday, June 3
11:00am Rosary & Communion Service @ Focus
Thursday, June 4
12:10pm Mass @ Bassett Chapel







Summer Mass Schedule began Memorial Day Weekend

Father, Son and Holy Spirit represented in candles on altar.We have entered the summer season and added a Mass to our Sunday schedule .  WELCOME VISITORS!  We continue with Saturday Vigil Mass at its regular time of 4:30 PM. Sunday Masses will now be celebrated 7:30, 9:30 & 11:30 AM.  The ONLY exception to this summer schedule will be on Sunday, June 14, when we have just the 7:30 and 11:30 Mass.  Read just below, as we will be having a picnic celebration of Priesthood on the front lawn.

Mark Your Calendar: June 14th Celebration Mass & Picnic

-putthis_on_calendar_clip_artOn Sunday, June 14th, St. Mary’s will be having a Celebratory Mass and Picnic!  On this particular Sunday, we will have just two Masses, 7:30am and 11:30am (eliminating 9:30am on this Sunday only).  The 11:30am Mass will be one of celebration, as we celebrate marking the Priestly Ordinations of Fr. John P. Rosson (40th anniversary), Fr. Andrew W. Cryans (40th anniversary) and Fr. John R. Roos (60th anniversary).   

Immediately after Mass everyone is invited to share in a Parish Celebration Picnic Lunch on the front lawn of our Church.

Fri., 5/29, 7:30 AM Mass is replaced by 10:00 AM Funeral Mass

Father John has announced that Friday May 29th’s 7:30 AM Mass will be replaced by a parish Mass at 10:00 AM.  This Mass will be a Liturgy of Christian Burial for Patricia Dornburgh.

2015 Bishop’s Appeal is under way
We are now several weeks into the 2015 Bishop’s Appeal, or as we call it, the ”Easter Appeal”.  This is our opportunity to unite together as one Catholic family, to answer the challenge given to us by Jesus Christ to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, comfort the afflicted, and to promote justice for every person.
If you have not already done so, please take the time to prayerfully reflect on the gifts that you have been given by God and respond to the Bishop’s Appeal as generously as you possibly can.  Your participation is essential to the success of the Bishop’s Appeal.  Please join other Catholics from throughout the 14 counties of the Diocese in supporting this vital collection.  Our parish’s success can only be obtained through EVERYONE doing their part. 
Pledge/Donation envelopes are available at our Church -OR- you can donate on line at  Thank you for helping the Diocese be the hands and feet of Jesus.
The Joy of First Holy Communion was celebrated on May 9th

IMG_20150509_100315_846 (1024x573)Saturday, May 9, 2015, at 10:00am, 10 of our young children received The Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ for the very first time at a VERY special Mass.  The Lord provided a beautiful day for this celebration which Father John calls “My favorite Mass of the year.”  Photos from this glorious occasion are on our PHOTO GALLERY page. 


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Ashes to Easter, 2015 – “Going Home”


We have traveled our Lenten journey from the fire of February 17, 2015, when we burned the Palm Branches for the Day of Ashes -to- Easter Weekend, April 4 & 5, 2015 and the New Fire to kindle the Paschal Candle.And now we step outside to kindle the New Fire to light the Easter Candle as darkness begins to fall.

You can enjoy the highlights as you enjoy “Going Home” from Dvorak.

Click onto this link to enjoy our highlight video:

You can still watch our Christmas “Video” on YouTube!

IMG_20141225_150937Relive Christmas memories at St. Mary’s, 2014.  You can click on this link and watch our video gallery of sights and scenes of St. Mary’s, Cooperstown.