Welcome to Maria Regina Roman Catholic Church
As a community of Baptized Catholics, endowed by God with special gifts and nourished by the Eucharist, we at Maria Regina Parish recognize our mission to call forth these gifts to help build the Body of Christ.
What's Happening at Maria Regina
ALL SAINTS' and ALL SOULS' DAY CELEBRATIONSThe Feasts of All Saints' and All Souls' are celebrated on November 1 and November 2 each year. In these special celebrations, we will recall the holiness and dignity of the human family (All Saints') and those who have come to realize the fullness of life in heaven (All Souls'). This year, because the feasts fall on Saturday and Sunday, we ask you to take special note of the Mass schedule:
ALL SAINTS' DAY Vigil Mass celebrated on Oct. 31 at 5:00 PM
Holy Day Masses on Nov. 1 at 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM
ALL SOULS' DAY Vigil Masses on Nov. 1 at 4:00 PM and 5:30 PM
Sunday Masses on Nov. 2 at 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 AM and 12:00 and 5:00 PM
SPECIAL CONSOLATION MASS At 5:00 PM on Sunday, we celebrate the Annual Consolation Mass. At this Mass, we pray in a special way for all those who have died in our parish during the last year. The names of our loved ones will be read during the Mass. The Mass ends with a special concert of sacred music and some refreshments. Please join us, especially if you have suffered a loss during this last year.
MARIA REGINA SCHOOL OPENS FOR OUR 53rd YEAR
MARIA REGINA SCHOOL - THE ONLY L.I. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
WITH A FULL-TIME, DEDICATED RELIGION TEACHER!
When you think of Catholic Education, you think of discipline, outstanding academics, a family-centered atmosphere and, of course, the Catholic faith taught and lived. Here at MR we want to send forth students who have been formed with deep consciences, morals and a working knowledge of their faith which will asssist them to move into the High School and College Years, ready to serve the world one day. This can only be accomplised through a consistent and challenging spiritual awareness that stems from a teacher who is not afraid to confront the issues of the world and place them in the context of the Gospel of Christ, our Lord. We now have such a person in Mrs. Barbara Haase. Mrs. Haase will work with the mid and upper grades in their Religious Studies. She will touch hearts, share faith, catechize and exemplify service. Let us pray for Mrs. Haase and the young people she will work with each day- that the Holy Spirit may continue to breathe through the hallways of MR and each person therein!