Mass and Reconciliation

Bring Your Mask!  When you come to Mass, please bring your mask. While you may not fear getting sick, it’s an act of charity and love to do what we can to prevent others from getting sick. Thank you for doing all you can to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.


Weekday Mass 

Tuesday, 6:00pm, St. Mary, followed by

     Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament  

Wednesday, 5:30pm, Holy Cross

Thursday,  8:00am, St. Mary 

First Friday, 9:00am, St. Mary        

Weekend Masses  

Saturday, 5:00pm, St. Mary's Church, Elkhart        

Sunday, 8:00am, Holy Cross Church, Rural Maxwell

    --Families with last names A-I attend August 9th 

      Families with last names J-Z attend August 16th 

     Families with last names A-I attend July 26th 

             You are invited to attend Mass at St. Mary on  your 

                                 off Sunday at Holy Cross.

Sunday, 10:00am, St. Mary's Church, Elkhart    


Feast of the 

Assumption of Mary into Heaven


We celebrate this Holy Day with 10:00am Mass on Saturday, August 15 at St. Mary. This is not a Holy Day of Obligation as it falls on Saturday; but we invite you to come celebrate Mary, who, when her earthly life was completed, she was assumed body and soul to heavenly glory!


Fr. Andrew has resumed Reconciliation from

 4:00-4:30pm on Saturdays; 

this will be held in the CRY ROOM, 

or you can make and appointment  

                                  with Fr. Andrew Windschitl

If you are traveling, lists Catholic Churches throughout the United States and their Mass schedule or call 1-858-207-6277 and enter the zip code  of the desired location and you will receive a computer-generated response that gives Church locations and Mass times.