April 9, 2020

Please join us in the following spiritual events next week:

Daily Mass with Fr. Twenty at 8: 45 am live from the Marian Central Chapel via Facebook Live .

Daily Adoration from 12:15 – 12:45 pm.

April 3, 2020


Please join us in celebrating Mass with Fr. Twenty according to the schedule below. Masses will be live from the Marian Central Chapel via Facebook Live unless otherwise noted.

What a wonderful way to come together as a community during this difficult time! Thank you, Fr. Twenty.

Saturday (4/4): no live stream Mass
Palm Sunday (4/5): 10:15am
Monday 4/6 through Wednesday 4/8: 8:45am
Holy Thursday 4/9: there are two Masses – 1) Bishop Malloy at the “Chrism Mass” from the Cathedral at 11am and – 2) “Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper” with Fr. 20 at 7pm
Good Friday 4/10: “Celebration of the Passion of the Lord” at 3pm
Holy Saturday 4/11: “Easter Vigil” at 7:30pm
Easter Sunday 4/12: 10:15am

Also, all are invited to participate in any of events listed in Bishop Malloy’s Holy Week Schedule.

March 30, 2020

We are so fortunate that Fr. Twenty was able to join the Marian community together in Mass this morning.

Click here to view Mass


March 27, 2020

Messages from Fr. 20

First: Yet again our Holy Father is asking us to join him in prayer the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.

In this unique event, Pope Francis will be bestowing his Papal blessing called “Urbi et Orbi” (latin for “to the city [Rome] and the world”). Historically this particular blessing has only occurred on three occasions: 1) at the Pope’s inauguration, 2) Christmas, and 3) Easter.

To join the faithful all around the world united in prayer with the Successor of St. Peter, tune in to this live stream event at Noon today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3uQJsO6bxk

Want to learn more about the Urbi et Orbi blessing and the plenary indulgence attached to it? Check out this article:  https://aleteia.org/2020/03/26/why-the-popes-blessing-on-march-27-will-be-absolutely-unique/

Second: tune in to the Marian Central Facebook page at 2pm for a live video from Fr. 20!

God bless,

Fr. 20


March 24 ,2020

We Pray Together

Tomorrow, March 25, Pope Francis is inviting Christians of all denominations to join him in praying the Our Father at 6am CST (Noon in Rome) for all those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.  If you have gotten used to sleeping in a little bit during the stay-at-home order, this is a nice way to make a small sacrifice and join in prayer with people around the world 🙂
God bless,
Fr. 20