Thus, The Last Will Be First, And The First Will Be Last.     (9/18/20)

Lord, If My Brother Sins Against Me, ​How Often Must I Forgive?   (9/11/20)

​​​​Go and Tell Him His Fault Between You and Him Alone   ​(9/4/20)

Jesus Began To Show His Disciples That He Must Suffer Greatly...​ (8/28/20)

But Who Do you Say I Am?  (8/21/20)

What's New at St. Mary and Around the Diocese.   (8/14/20)

But When He Saw  Strong the Wind Was, He

Became Frightened  (8/7/20)

Five Loaves and Two Fish are All We Have Here (7/31/20)

​​He Goes and Sells All That He Has and Buys It


The Kingdom of Heaven is Like . . .(7/17/20) 

Whoever Has Ears Ought To Hear- (7/10/20)

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time - And Independence Day Too !  (7/3/20)

Whoever Receives You Receives Me  (6/26/20)

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time (and Father's Day too!)   - (6/19/20)

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

(Corpus Christi)(6/12/20)

​​"Sunday Masses Continue This Sunday, Trinity Sunday"(6/5/20)

​“Must Have” Information for Returning to Mass

this Weekend. (5/29/20) 

​​Preparing to Resume  Sunday  Masses  on  Pentecost​​(5/22/20)

Joyfully Present for Weekday Mass (5/15/20)

Daily Mass Returns this Monday  (5/8/20)

Christ is the Sheepgate (5/1/20)

We Are Apart But Not Alone, Jesus is With Us(4/24/20)

​​​We Experience Now Jesus' Suffering, Death, and Resurrection    ​ (4/17/20)

CHRIST IS RISEN!   (4/10/20)

The Plague that Prowls in the Darkness You Shall

Not Fear (4/3/20)

​​We're One Week Closer to the End  (3/27/20)

​​​​​St. Mary Remains Here for You!​ (3/20/20)

Public Celebrations of Mass Suspended Immediately  (3/18/20)


Coronavirus Diocese update

 CDC update


       Bible Study

  Mary:    A Biblical Walk                                                 

with  the Blessed Mother, 

Join this 7 week Bible Study Tuesday  mornings for women 930am-1130am starting 9/22 and on Thursday evenings for men and women 6pm-8pm starting 9/24.  Participants will meet every week for prayer, discussion and a video presentation.  Groups will meet in the parish center or on a video conference call based on your preferences.  Stop by the service desk before or after Mass to register or email  Jeanne Devita or Susie Timchak    

15520 North Boulevard   Tampa, FL 33613   
 (813) 961-1061    (813) 961-3782 (fax)   
Office Hours:   
 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Thoughts From

the Bishop's Office

Saturday Vigil:   5:00 PM

Sunday:   8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM

Weekday Masses:    Monday-Friday   8:00 AM

Reconciliation:   Saturdays 4:00 PM - 4:40 PM

​Holy Day Masses:   Vigil Mass    6:30 PM

Holy Day:   8:00 AM, 6:30 PM

*See calendar for special Masses*​​

Santa Maria Mission - Spanish Mass - Sundays 10:45AM

14004 N 15th St, Tampa, FL 33613

FLOCKNOTE SIGNUP: Keep up to date with parish events and ministries.


St Mary Catholic Church and Corpus Christi Catholic Church will combine to offer a spiritual retreat for all women of our parishes.  Click here to learn more about the Emmaus Parish Retreat .

Click on the GROW+GO icon above for this week's message to help us all "grow" as disciples and "go" evangelize !

Our Parish App is a great way to keep up-to-date and informed as well as strengthen your faith.  Simply text "app" to 88202 to download the app or click here.  Once installed, just pick St. Mary Catholic Church, and access is complete.

Fr. Tim's Recent Flocknote Messages

Is there a right way to pray? Bishop Parkes speaks about the Church’s tradition of prayer and he reminds us that God’s love helps us to pray without fear, sharing what’s in our hearts.  Click here to view

The mission of St. Mary Catholic Church is to commit ourselves to grow spiritually and to perpetuate our faith.  To create fellowship, we will provide the opportunity
for every person in the parish family to participate in a broad scope of liturgical, social, and outreach ministries.  
Blessed by God with many gifts of time, talent and treasure, we are called to share them as Christ would have us do.

"Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit." (Matthew 28:19) 

It must be difficult to miss Mass on Sunday because of concerns over coronavirus, or other factors beyond your control. To help you continue to keep the Lord’s Day holy, our bishop offers these suggestions.  Click here to view

Hurricane Disaster Relief = Click here to learn how you can help

What's Happening at St. Mary

During This Time of Coronavirus Concern

Bishop Parkes shares his thoughts on when the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass might be lifted.   Click here to view

Flocknote is a new communication tool using email and/or text messaging.   Sign up below for updates on parish news as well as Coronavirus news.

Click here for Parish Financial Report

          Year ending June 30, 2019

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time  - 10:00 a.m.  Sunday Mass 9/20/20 

Pastor -  Fr. Tim Corcoran

  • We have safely resumed gatherings for public celebrations of Sunday and weekday Masses on our regular Mass schedule.  Sunday Masses are the Vigil Mass on Saturday at 5:00 pm and on Sundays at 8:00 am, 10:00 am, and 12 Noon.  See the third bullet below for live streamed Mass options.  Weekday Masses are at 8:00 am Mondays through Fridays.  There is also a Sunday Mass in Spanish at 10:45 am at Santa Maria Mission.  Confessions are on Saturdays from 4:00 pm to 4:40 pm before the Vigil Mass.  Those who are feeling ill or at increased risk should not attend Mass at this time.  Bishop Parkes has continued until further notice his dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for all Catholics.

  •   Due to continued Coronavirus concerns, attendance will be limited to 50 percent of church capacity – about 200 attendees – while those who are not in the same family also maintain six-foot social distancing.   We highly encourage wearing a facemask at all Church gatherings, including Mass.  If you are thinking of coming to Mass, CLICK HERE first to review our Information and Protocols for Sunday and Daily Mass Attendees These protocols are for your safety and the safety of others, so please adhere to them.

  • ​If you are unable to attend Mass or are not yet comfortable in doing so, you can participate in our Sunday 10:00 a.m. Mass that we will live stream on the parish website,  This Mass will remain archived on the website so you can also participate later in the day at another time of your choosing.  You can also participate in numerous daily and Sunday Masses on television, radio, and by live streaming.  Find them by CLICKING HERE.  

  • With your support, we continue our essential ministries and services and are slowly and safely resuming other religious events, parish and social events, and ministry gatherings.  The parish office is open on weekdays from 8:30 am to Noon and from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  If you have questions or need something, call us at (813) 961-1061.

  • ​Our generous parishioners have continued their financial support of St. Mary by mailing in and dropping off at the office their envelopes, checks, and contributions.  More and more parishioners also have signed up for online giving, making recurring or one-time contributions by credit/debit card or direct deposit.  Click below to sign up.  Thanks, and blessings to all of you for your generosity and loyalty!