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St. Mary’s at Texas A&M

September 1, 2011 by  
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September 1st 2011 ~ What is the trick, how does a Catholic Church at a secular university gather 300 students at daily Mass and 5,000 students at Sunday Mass? Listen to the past, present, and future dreams of St. Mary’s Catholic Church at Texas A&M from Marcel, the assistant campus minister. Have a high schooler who is ready for college, and wants a strong Catholic community while at university, click below to learn more about St. Mary’s in College Station.


† Readings for September 1st 2011 †

• Col 1:9-14, Ps 98, Lk 5:1-11

••• Rosary: Luminous Mysteries •••

1. The Baptism
2. The Wedding Feast at Cana
3. The Proclamation
4. The Transfiguration
5. The Institution of the Eucharist


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2 Responses to “St. Mary’s at Texas A&M”
  1. Mark W. says:

    Wow. So I couldn’t help but hear similarities with his starting story and mine/St. Tom’s… I went to college just after 2 young orthodox priests took over the ministry in Boulder. Year and a half of “college life” later I went on Buffalo Awakening and had a profound experience in confession that brought me back. Not saying it’s all about me here (haha far from it!), but that really struck me. Let us pray that St. Tom’s in Boulder can experience the same growth in numbers of souls as St. Mary’s has! (And I also pray that I might become a holy man like Marcel!)

  2. Cynthia Hintz says:

    I just found your site quite accidentally and it made my day!!! I am so impressed! I will share it with all! God Bless!

    Cynthia Hintz/Ohio

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