“And now, our God, we give thanks to you and praise your glorious name.”
– 1 Chronicles 29:13
For Feasts, Solemnities and Holidays, Please Visit our Parish Calendar
For information about weddings, please visit our Weddings page by clicking here or click here to contact Father Jim.
For information about our Children’s Faith Formation and KidsLife program and weekly KidsLife Schedules click here.
Please visit our Parish Life Section for more information and weekly schedules and Small Groups and Fellowship opportunities
An Overview of Masses and Devotions Offered at Saint Miriam:
As we make our way back from the pandemic, while still being mindful of the need for in-person safety, we are expanding our Sunday Mass Schedule! Two Masses every Sunday and THREE every Third to include Baptisms and Healing! (When there are no baptisms on the Third Sunday, we will offer a Healing Mass with Anointing of Sacred Oil!) Please watch the online calendar for updates!
Services and Times
• Rosary at 8:30am
• Family Mass at 9:00am
• Adoration from 4:00pm – 6:00pm
• Veneration of St. Francis of Assisi Relic from 6:00pm – 7:00pm
In-Person Worship Schedule:
• 7:30am Early Mass
• 8:30am Rosary in the Sanctuary
• 9:00am Family Mass
Every Third Sunday:
• 11:00am Morning Mass with Baptism
(When there are no baptisms we will offer a Healing Mass with Anointing of Sacred Oil!) – Watch the online calendar for updates!
*We will limit our Baptism to a maximum of three candidates monthly
**Pre-Jordan will still occur every First Sunday with Reservation
Weekday Masses are offered:
• Thursdays: Adoration from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
• First Fridays only at 9:30am
Join us every 1st Friday of the month at 9:30am (Sept through May) for First Friday Mass for the children and families of our school! The public and parishioners are welcome!
• Sundays at 8:30am in our Main Sanctuary.
30 min before each Mass or by Appointment; please contact one of our priests by contacting us here.
Come and Pray to St. Francis of Assisi!
Saint Miriam, a Franciscan Old Catholic Parish, has been gifted a First-Class Relic of our Seraphic Father, St. Francis of Assisi! The word relic comes from the Latin reliquirae, meaning, “remains.”
Traditionally, relics, honored in the Catholic Church, are the bodies of the saints or objects connected with them. God as often shown His approval of relics as sacramentals by working miracles through them. Relics deserve to be venerated and honored as the bodies of the saints were temples of the Holy Spirit and instruments through which God worked. We honor relics by preserving them with reverence, visiting the places where they are enshrined, and praying before them.
We have installed a beautiful wooden Ambo, containing the ornate, gold reliquary of the relic within our Sanctuary and will begin to permit veneration every Third Sunday after the 11:00am Mass until 12 Noon, and every Thursday, immediately following Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. There will also be Masses and Special Devotional days where the reliquary will be brought out for the public to touch and venerate.
Bible Study & Small Groups
Parking & Accessibility:
We have a large parking lot on our property to accommodate all visitors and parishioners. Handicapped spaces are prominently marked and both entrances are accessible.
A Note to our Friends with Disabilities:
Access Within Our Parish Building: Our Sanctuary, Saint Miriam Café, Spiritual Lending Library, Restroom Facilities, CFF Classrooms, and all other public and garden spaces within the parish grounds are ADA Accessible to all those with physical limitations and wheelchairs. The only inaccessible area is the Undercroft area. Otherwise, there are no steps or stairs to limit movement. We will be happy to assist you with special requests, or to greet you upon arrival to make your stay with us more enjoyable and stress free. If an event is within the undercroft level, we will make every effort to accommodate those with special needs or limitations.