Liturgy Times & Sacraments

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Mass Schedule

Sunday Masses:
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM

Sunday: 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM,  12:00 PM

Weekday Masses:
Monday 9:00 AM, 7:00 PM with Novena

Tuesday-Friday: 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM

Saturday morning: 9:00 AM

 

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Anointing of the Sick
Members of the parish who are sick or experiencing disabilities are invited to participate in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick liturgy celebrated the first Sunday of every month after the Noon Mass.  Check the Weekly Bulletin or call the Parish Center at 412-271-0809 for more information.

 

Baptism
Baptisms are usually celebrated on the third Sunday of each month at 1:00 PM (after the 12:00 Noon Mass), except during Lent. A Baptism Seminar is required and is usually held on the first Sunday of the month after the 12:00 Noon Mass (at 1:00 PM) in the Parish Center. Please call the Parish Office at 412-271-0809 to pre-register for the seminar and to make arrangements for baptism.

 

Confirmation
The sacrament of Confirmation is one of the three sacraments of initiation into the Catholic faith. The faithful are sealed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit and are strengthened in their Christian life. It is a completion of the grace conferred at baptism.

For Teens: Youth are typically confirmed in 8th grade and have been receiving religious instruction to prepare for this sacrament since 6th grade. If you have a teen who needs to begin Confirmation preparation, please contact our Director of Religious Education via email  stmauriceparish-ccd@comcast.net or at 412-351-6710.

For Adults: Adults who have not received the sacrament of confirmation as teens are still able to do so as an adult. Please contact our Adult and Family Life Coordinator via email  stmauriceparish-adulted@comcast.net or at 412-351-6008.

 

Eucharist to the Homebound
Holy Eucharist is available for those who are sick and confined to a home.  Call the parish office at 412-271-0809 to have the Eucharist brought to you.

 

Holy Orders
If you are interested in the deaconate or priesthood, please contact our parish priests or follow this link for the Diocesan Office of Vocations contact page.

 

Marriage
Once a couple has decided to marry, their first move is to confer with their parish priest. Either the bride or groom must be a member of St. Maurice Parish. Couples must contact the Parish Center at 412-271-0809, at least six months prior to their wedding date. Having presented yourself to the parish priest for the purpose of marriage, these next practical steps must be followed:

Date and Time

The date and hour of your marriage must be finalized in cooperation with the parish priest.

Program of Marriage Instructions

A program of marriage instructions must be agreed upon and followed.  A copy of the St. Maurice Parish Wedding Guidelines may be downloaded here.

Completing Important Forms

Church laws oblige us to certain marriage forms which must be completed. These forms have reference to, a person’s baptism or non-baptism, freedom to marry, physical and mental capacity to enter into a marriage contract. In case of a mixed religion marriage, a dispensation must be sought from the Bishop.

Pre-Cana Marriage Preparation Program

A group of married couples volunteers to help engaged couples prepare for marriage through the Pre-Cana Program.  To register, please contact the parish office at 412-271-0809.

 

Reconciliation
Saturday 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

 

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic faith in order to join the Catholic Church ​should contact the Adult Education and Family Life Coordinator at 412-351-6008.

 

Are you Catholic but have been away from the faith for some time?
Baptized Catholics who have not been practicing their faith are most welcome to return to the Church and parish life. To discuss this more deeply, please contact the parish office at 412-271-0809 to schedule a time to speak with a priest.

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