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13219 Monterey Ln
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214

Parish Office: 717-642-8815
Church: 717-794-2067

Mass:

Mon.-Sat. Daily Mass: 9:00 AM
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:30 PM
Sunday Mass: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Confessions:

Tuesday: 10:00 AM
Saturday: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

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The Vatican International Exhibit of Eucharistic Miracles of the World is coming to St. Mary's Parish. We are privileged to host this display of 170 tiles depicting miracles, both familiar and little known. The exhibit is free and will be shown from June 5th to June 13th, following Masses and at selected times - 256 Tract Rd, Fairfield, PA 17320-9522. See times in the Bulletin.

St. Rita’s Womens Society is accepting donations of items for its upcoming, first time, FESTIFALL in September. It combines a rummage sale, community yard sale, fabric & craft fair, along with crafter and food vendor tables. (No clothes or books please, and items should be clean and in working order) Contact Peggy VanDerCruyssen at Jvandercruyssen@msn.com or 301-241-3469.
COMING SOON, more exciting info about St. Rita’s FESTIFALL Vendor & yard sale spaces are available!!!!.
Please join us at the next meeting of the Women's Society at 10 am Wednesday, June 9 at the church hall.

Farewell Mass for Father Chris is scheduled for the afternoon of August 13. Our new parochial vicar is Father Chidi Onwuka.

Corona virus guidance for St. Rita's

St. Rita's has resumed regularly scheduled Mass and Confession, but under the precautionary guidance stated below. Dispensation is still in place if you cannot or should not attend Mass. Many parish events also are resuming, following the same health guidance. Please see the calendar of events for upcoming activities.

Fully vaccinated persons are not required to wear masks but should maintain social distancing. For other persons, the Diocese of Harrisburg requires that masks are to be worn as face coverings during the entire time parishioners attend Mass or any other liturgical event in a parish, including sacramental Confession. They are not permitted to be lowered at any time while in the church except to receive Holy Communion. Parishioners may not lower their face masks while sitting in the pew. Social distancing is to be strictly enforced. Maintain six feet between individuals and family while seated or moving. Groups may not gather outside church for social time. Face masks should be worn until a person has left the church property and distanced himself or herself from the other congregants. It should be underscored that this is an act of charity, not an infringement upon a personal right.

If you do not attend Mass in person, I ask you to continue your support through prayer for our Parish, our Diocese and our Country. I know these times are challenging, but I also ask for your continued financial support. Without your gifts, our Parish will struggle to continue our most basic functions. Gifts can be made by mailing your check to the Parish, or by using our online system. Thank you for your essential support. May God keep you safe, continue to bless you and your families, and keep us all in His loving care.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Rev. Peter Di Tomasso, M. SS.CC.
Immaculate Conception BVM

We are excited to announce that Bishop Ronald Gainer has endorsed the new Catholic Podcast Network Breadbox Media. Please visit their website and discover all that the network has to offer.
http://www.breadboxmedia.com/

To learn about  the “That Man Is You!” program please visit their website at

http://paradisusdei.org/that-man-is-you/

FORMED is now available to all parishioners. Log into www.formed.org with our Parish Passcode and establish your own login using your email address and personal password. Parish Passcode is H9MQPH. Please note: you must use the capital letters. See the Bulletin Board for more info. Enjoy!

100th Anniversary Tea Photos