Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Weekly Mass Schedule
Monday-Saturday
8:30 A.M.
Sunday Masses
​Saturday Vigil: 5:00 P.M.
​Sunday: 8:00 A.M., 10:30 A.M.,
​12:45 P.M.
Polish: Every Sunday 9.00 A.M​
Italian 11.45 A.M.​




Roman Catholic Church
Holy Week Schedule 2015
​Monday  
8:30 am - Holy Mass
 Confessions: 3 - 9 p.m
7:00 pm - Holy Mass
​7:30 pm - Living Stations of the Cross
(Children of OLMM)
Wednesday
​7:30 pm - (Sacrament of Holy Anointing)
Holy Thursday 
8:30 - Morning Prayers 
7:30 pm - Liturgy of Last Supper
9:30 pm - Night Prayers and Reposition 
Good Friday
8:30 am - Morning Prayers
3:00 pm - Liturgy of Passion and Death + Veneration of Cross and H.C
6:30 pm (Polish) - Liturgy of Passion and Death +Veneration of Cross and H.C
6:30 pm (Italian) - Procession Starting at NDCA
8: 30 pm (Italian) - Bp. Sanchez (Liturgy of the Passion)
Holy Saturday  
8:30 am - Morning Prayers
11:00 - 1200 Noon - Confessions
1:00 pm (Polish) - Blessing of the bread
2:00 pm - (English) Blessing of the bread
7:30 pm(Easter Vigil) - Holy Mass
Easter Sunday  
6:00 am (Polish) - Holy Mass
8:00 am (Eng) - Holy Mass
9:00 (P) - Holy Mass
10:30(Eng + Italian) - Holy Mass

From the pastor's desk

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PROJECT UPDATE - SUMMER 2015
The photo displays at the entrance of the church, as well as, the rear of the church (parking lot exit door) were placed at the beginning of summer to demonstrate the deterioration of the windows, the lower church hall and the baldacchino.
​Over the course of the last three months much work is in progress to correct these issues as evidenced by the scaffold outside the church surrounding the first and second level windows, in addition to much of the work accomplished in the lower church hall soon to be called: Pope John Paul II Center for Catechesis and Faith Formation.
​Although, many of our parishioners have noted the workmen and work materials around the church buildings; I want to turn your attention to the new photos which have been placed in the areas noted above to show the difference of what was at the beginning of summer and what the projects look like now over the course of the last 90 days.
​I am grateful to all the parishioners who have shown generosity in the second collection, either by the gold envelopes or free will offerings which are helping to achieve these goals.
​ I am also grateful to our Parish Pastoral Council and Strategic Planning member: Tom Puleo whose interest to create the collage of photos showing before and after shots have helped us realize the amount of work being done quietly, but effectively. Also, to our Deacon Marcin and Seminarian Mark for raising the same effective pictures on our website.
What wonderful things God has done for us! In the short 14 months of my tenure here at O.L.M.M. so much has happened and continues to be a wonderful direction towards repair, renovation and spiritual renewal.

GOD BLESS US ONE AND ALL.

​​Rev. Anthony J. Sansone