Registration ~ Stewardship
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Welcome! Please click Registration Form to join St. Mary's Church. We are glad to have you as a new parishioner. Father Baer would love to meet you when you come for Mass. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the parish office (301) 292-0527 or email@example.com
A Living Sacrifice: How do I donate to this?
Stewardship is planned, proportionate, sacrificial. All Christian stewards must consider prayerfully the gifts they have received from God, and they should make a decision about what will be given. As we approach the 375th anniversary of the founding of St. Mary's Piscataway parish, we have set forth goals to ensure a promising future of faith.
Donating to the "A Living Sacrifice" campaign will help with renovations to the Main Church and Our Lady's Chapel, events to commemorate the milestone anniversaries, and provide scholarships for spiritual retreats and events to those who are striving to more deeply live out Christ's call to be disciples. Thank you so much for your support of St. Mary's of Piscataway!
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Electronic giving allows donors to have their one-time or recurring gifts transferred electronically to the organization`s bank account from a checking/savings account or credit/debit card. If you have further questions regarding electronic giving, please contact the parish Business Manager at (301) 292-0527 ext. 103. To make an online donation, click HERE.
Click HERE to donate using your cell phone.
For a quick and easy way to donate to St. Mary's of Piscataway, please complete an Automatic Withdrawal form (allows you to make automatic bank withdrawals which you schedule, either one-time or on a repeating basis) and return this form either in the collection basket or to the parish office. Thank you for your support of St. Mary's of Piscataway!
The Cardinal's Appeal
The Cardinal's Appeal is a campaign to raise funds that support the programs, services and ministries of our archdiocese. Specifically, this campaign supports St. Mary's School, local hospital chaplains, and Forestville Pregnancy Center. In addition, their good works extend far beyond the boundaries of our parish to those in need. Thank you for your support of the Cardinal's Appeal!
Poor Box Donations
Pope Francis said, "To live charitably means not looking out for our own interests but carrying the burden of the weakest and poorest among us."
To donate to the Poor Box, please use the envelopes labeled "Poor Box" in the gathering space of the church. Please place your envelope in the regular collection plate during Mass collections. If you would like a tax receipt at the end of the year, please include your name and address.
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Leave a Legacy
Your church has been there for you throughout your lifetime. You can be there for your church’s future. Leaving a bequest in your will to the Church through your parish or school allows you to leave your legacy to an institution that has meant so much to you and thousands of others. Bequests permit you to make a gift without any loss of comfort or security during your lifetime, while allowing you to take advantage of estate tax savings. To request more information, please contact the Archdiocese of Washington Planned Giving Office.
Edward J. D’Antoni
Catholic Charities/Catholic Relief Services
Last year, through the assistance of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington:
9,000 people received direct medical care and secured health care services
950 adults with severe and persistent mental illness lived independently and function at their greatest potential.
6,000 people received help ranging from emergency rental assistance to crisis counseling to getting connected with community-based resources.
1,300 men, women, and children slept safely in a Catholic Charities bed.
500 people who turned to a parish for help were served in a partnership with Catholic parishes.
32,000 people received personal help getting connected with community resources best-suited to their needs.
200 youth and teen parents lived in their own home with our help paying rent, building a savings account and learning life skills.
1,000 clients received pro bono, civil legal representation and advice.
10,000 immigrants and refugees with English classes, job training, and employment referrals.
250 families participated in intensive counseling to create a warmer and loving home.
11,000 affordable SHARE food packages were distributed EACH month to thousands of families.
8.5 million people found hope through Catholic Charities agencies across the nation.
500 adult students used our tutoring and adult education classes to prepare for the GED or achieve a professional certification in addictions counseling.
To support Catholic Charities through workplace giving, use United Way #8054, Combined Federal Campaign #83997. For more information click on the above link. Thank you for your support of Catholic Charities ~ Archdiocese of Washington.
Click LINK for Archdiocesan Second Collections for 2017 & 2018.