COVID Update from Monsignor Jim – November 19th, 2020

https://youtu.be/estlLxs47iQ Dear Friends and Families of Saint Miriam, I hope you will watch my video and that it brings you some deeper understanding into our collective decision to move back to a temporary, virtual only format. As we all recognize, sadly, the COVID-19 Pandemic is not lessening, but strengthening in its veracity. Dr. Valerie Arkoosh, of Montgomery County, stated clearly in our teleconference yesterday that there is presently "A big, explosive growth", and today we wa...
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Virtual Rosary Devotion

We realize that some people may not be ready to come back to in-person gatherings. That's why we created an entire list of virtual worship, devotional, small group and Mass celebration opportunities! Virtual Rosary Devotion The rosary can take us deeper into prayer life. When we pray the rosary, the prayer can slow us down, calm our hearts, and enable us to rest in God's presence. It draws out the deepest desires in our souls, desires God and God alone. Join Saint Miriam for a Virtual Rosary D...
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Virtual Lessons for Children Faith Formation (CFF)!

While you've been adjusting to your new normal at home, we've made a few adjustments here, too! During this respite of being able to gather together in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are still working to educate the children of the parish! From reading lessons and activities to colorful hands-on activities, we provide a lively way for young children to experience the Gospel. Each week, seeds of growth from us to your home will help you teach your children the way they learn best: thr...
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Coronavirus Update – Friday, March 13, 2020

3/13/2020 Dear Families, This is certainly a challenging time and it is with a heavy heart that I am writing today. As you are aware, we were closed today to effectuate a thorough and deep cleaning of our entire facilities. The school, parish, and offices have all been disinfected and prepared for your return. Our contracted crew accomplished that by 4:00PM, and while added an unplanned expense for us, they did so on time and with little notice; we are grateful. Then, our Governor made the...
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A Statement on Holy Communion Changes

In conjunction with our Diocese and our Greater church, we are implementing - effective immediately- the following changes as a temporary measure to help ensure, as much as possible, a safer worship experience at Saint Miriam. During the cold and flu season and the current situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all parishioners are reminded to use common sense and good hygiene. Those who are ill are not obliged to attend Mass and should stay home to recover and receive a dispensa...
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