The Lord’s Day Masses are celebrated at St. Michael’s Basilica

Saturday – 4:00 pm
Sunday – 10:30 am
Sunday – 5:30 pm

For Weekday Mass Schedule please see the bulletin

The Lord’s Day Masses are celebrated at St. Margaret’s Church

Saturday – 6:00 pm

2 Responses to "Masses"

  1. Mary McLeod, 365 Airforce Crescent , Miramichi
    Mary McLeod, 365 Airforce Crescent , Miramichi Posted on April 5, 2018 at 2:38 am

    I would like to bring to your attention that I had to leave the Easter Sunday Mass because of the use of incense, I started to have a asthma attack. I had made it through the first use of it by using my inhaler and holing tissues over my face to breathe through, but I was unable to tolerate anymore and started wheezing badly. I know that a number of Catholic Churches have discontinued this tradition just for this reason. Asthma attacks are very serious and can lead to things like extreme hypertension episodes, severe inflammation , causing major breathing difficulties. I suffered with the effects of mine all day , not the way I had planned to spend my Easter. Please think of your parishioners as I am sure that I am not the only one to have this reaction at these times.

  2. Karen Daley
    Karen Daley Posted on June 14, 2018 at 2:25 am

    Please not that the mass times displayed in the locked glass display case at the bottom of the stairs opposite the main parking lot, show the correct time of the Saturday afternoon mass, the Sunday morning mass, but NOT the Sunday evening mass, as it says that it starts at 5:50pm. We have been searching for the key to unlock the case, to change it, but have had no luck. Please pass on to any new parishioners that even though the sign says mass on Sunday night starts at 5:50pm, it really starts at 5:30pm sharp. Thanks everyone.

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