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    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/1388/slideshows/homeLarge/Reconciliation%202.jpg Confessions Friday 6:00PM & Saturday 3:30PM each week /reconciliation _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/1388/slideshows/homeLarge/20200421_115050.jpg Our parish grotto garden St. Maximilian Kolbe Church
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/1388/slideshows/homeLarge/RisenChrist_processional-COLLAGE-1.jpg ACTS 2:24 But God raised him up, releasing him from the throes of death, because it was impossible for him to be held by it. [Photos by Deena E - our parish Processional Cross[es] †
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/1388/slideshows/homeLarge/Pentecost1.jpg ACTS 2:3-4 JS Paluch©
  • Sacraments of initiation

              

    We welcome our Catechumens and Candidates fully into the Church this weekend. The Rites of Initiation that were postponed at Easter will be celebrated this weekend at the
    5PM & 10AM Mass times. Please pray for these faithful and their families!

    At this time we also offer our prayers of gratitude to Deacon Matt and his Team for their leadership and dedication to this 2019-20 class.

  • We Are open for mass

    May 2020 
    GUIDELINES FOR RETURNING TO MASS

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    Please download and read this entire document as it has very important information.
    It is very important to note this  is optional, not an obligation.

  • MASS & Reconciliation SCHEDULE

    † MASS:
    Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00 p.m.
    Sunday Mass: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. & 12:00 p.m.
    Mass is still an option, not an obligation. We will still post a video of Mass online.

    DAILY † MASS
    in the CHURCH:

    Mon - Sat: 8:30 a.m. 

    † RECONCILIATION:
    *Confessions in the Church Saturdays at 3:30 p.m.

    Please  wear a mask and maintain safe 6-foot distancing at all times.

  • Please subscribe to our parish YouTube Channel!

  • Assistance Resources

    CATHOLIC CHARITIES
    Life in the pandemic can be stressful.  Catholic Charities has expert bilingual counselors who can help for free during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Call Catholic Charities’ Mental Health Line from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to request a session, and a licensed counselor will call you back within a day.  
    Call 713-874-6590 
    https://catholiccharities.org/coronavirus/


    REJOICE COUNSELING APOSTOLATE 
    Our team of Catholic counselors is launching free online support groups, free webinars on self-care, and educational and uplifting video feed for Facebook Live. Plus, we continue to remain available for telehealth counseling, meaning you can meet with us by video and phone. www.rejoicecounseling.com 
    Phone: 844-295-3167 

  • IMportant notice!

    PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND SHARE WITH OTHERS -
    THE CHAPEL WILL BE CLOSED TO EVERYONE EACH SATURDAY NIGHT from 10PM until 5AM FOR INTENSIVE SANITIZING.
    NO ONE CAN ENTER DURING THESE HOURS! 
    Thank you for your cooperation.

  • Pentecost prayer service 

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      As the Easter season comes to a close, we celebrate the feast of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit descends upon the apostles and grants them the gifts and fruits necessary to go out and spread the Gospel to all nations.
    Join us for a very special prayer service in observance of Pentecost and as a special devotion to our Blessed Mother.
      This prayer service will be a virtual session over Zoom AND in person at the church, for those that wish to attend in person.  We'll start at 6:30 PM on Sunday, May 31st in the church. If you attend using Zoom, please log into the meeting no later than 6:25 PM.
     Join the Zoom meeting by using your phone or your computer.  https://www.zoom.com and click "Join a Meeting" (top right of page). In the Join a Meeting page, enter the meeting ID  881 1554 2373.
     This prayer session will be recorded and distributed for viewing following the service. This prayer service is organized by the St. Max ACTS core team and is open to the entire St. Max parish.

  • walk 4 life

    Walk for Life Event! 
    @ St. Maximilian Kolbe Church
    Saturday, June 13th   

    For more info, visit the Respect Life Ministry page or contact Tom at #281-380-0403 or Karen: kcomstock@sbcglobal.net #281-639-1999             
    All proceeds benefit the Houston Coalition for Life which runs 3 crisis pregnancy centers.

  • food pantry

    Please continue to support our Food Pantry with non-perishable donations. We are able to help feed those in our parish and community through your love & generosity.
    If you are in need of any assistance with groceries, please contact us! Email: Foodpantry@stmaximilian.org
    List of current needs:
    boxed cereals / canned fruit
    canned chili / dried beans
    instant mashed potatoes
    gravy packets
    jelly / jam
    paper towels / toilet paper
    shampoo / deodorant