Covid-19 Update

Dear Parishioners, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina will remain paused in Safer At Home Phase 2 for another 5 weeks as students and staff return to schools, colleges and universities and the state doubles down on efforts to decrease COVID-19 numbers. “Other states that lifted restrictions quickly have had to go backward as […]

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Dear Friends,

In light of the Governor’s most recent announcement, it appears that we will continue at Mass as we are/have been in recent weeks. No changes. Blessings to all, Fr. Mark

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Reminder to Parishioners

We continue to be dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, therefore it is not a sin to miss Mass and all are encouraged to continue to stay home. For those who are coming to church, here are some instructions: Wearing a mask is mandatory to enter the church. Sit 6 feet apart from […]

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We Reopen Monday, May 25th! – With Restrictions

Everyone continues to be dispensed from their Sunday obligation. (It is not a sin to miss Mass.) While this dispensation is applicable to all, the elderly, those sick, those with pre-existing health conditions or other vulnerable people should especially continue to stay at home. Our Parish Office will remain closed. Normal office hours resume Wednesday […]

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Would you like us to call and chat for a bit?

Being home and lonely or sick is never a good thing, especially during a crisis. Several of our caring parishioners belong to a “friendly visitor” ministry here at St. Brendan’s. They call and visit fellow parishioners to see how they’re doing, lift their spirits and even pray together. They can assist in getting help when […]

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Easter Triduum Masses

Easter Triduum Masses will be celebrated at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral by Bishop Luis Zarama and live streamed on the Diocese of Raleigh YouTube channel. If you are unable to watch during the live broadcast, full Masses and services will also be available for viewing after they have aired. Click here to view the […]

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Holy Week at Home

The following Holy Week Masses will be celebrated at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral by Bishop Luis Zarama and live streamed on the Diocese of Raleigh YouTube channel. If you are unable to watch during the live broadcast, full Masses and services will also be available for viewing after they have aired. (If watching the recorded version, […]

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Faith Formation Weekly Newsletter

Holy Week Edition Holy Week is the most sacred time on our Church calendar when we commemorate the death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus, the central mystery of our faith. For the first time in memory the faithful will not be able to celebrate these holy days in their churches. That is why we […]

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Palm Sunday Update from Fr. Mark

Dear Parishioners, I. Holy Week ServicesSome people have asked me why I don’t “live stream” Masses as other parishes are doing. We have a unique and actually wonderful opportunity here. Parishioners have heard me say Mass before and you will again. Parishioners have seen the inside of our church and you will again. Now during […]

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