This Week's Calendar

  • Thursday - Jan 18
    Feria
    3 - 5:30 pm: Confessions and Spiritual Direction
    5:30 pm: Spoken Mass
  • Friday - Jan 19
    Feria
    No public Mass
  • Saturday - Jan 20
    St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr
    St. Sebastian, Martyr
    B.V.M.
    No public Mass
    Bus Stop Breakfast
  • Sunday - Jan 21 - Epiphany III
    8:00 am: Spoken Mass
    9:15 am: Confessions
    10:00 am: Sung Mass
    4:00 pm: Evensong

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Mount Calvary Catholic Church
816 N. Eutaw Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-4624

Phone: (410) 728-6140
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Jan

20

Bus Stop Breakfast

Please join us as we prepare and serve a hot breakfast to the community outside our front doors. There is a methadone clinic across the street from the church, and many men and women who are struggling with addiction visit the clinic on Saturday mornings for treatment. We are able to serve them in a small way as we hand out egg sandwiches and hot coffee. The ministry, although new, has brought many opportunities for deep conversation, prayer, and witness. Breakfast is served at 8:00 am. Contact Abby Scharbach for details.

Jan

21

Epiphany III

Please join us this week as the Christmas season continues, albeit with less intensity, with the Third Sunday of Epiphany. Spoken Mass will be celebrated at 8:00am, and Sung Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 am, with confessions at 9:30am. As always, we will have a light brunch downstairs after each Mass.

Jan

26

Flannery O'Connor Book Club

Please join us to discuss Flannery O'Connor's The Violent Bear It Away at 6:30 in the undercroft. Last meeting we finished Chapter 6. Next, we finish the novel, chapters 7-12. We'll discuss then what to read next.

Feb

01

Our Daily Bread

Our lunchtime outreach is on first Thursdays to Our Daily Bread, the Catholic Charities hot meal program. To be a part of this good work, please contact Jon Meyer at 443-977-7418 or jonsmeyer@comcast.net.

Also, there is a need for no-perishable items such as coffee and tea bags with strings. Donations can be left in the basket on the side bar table in the Undercroft.

Feb

02

Candlemas

We will keep the Feast of Candlemas with a Solemn High Mass at 7:00 pm. The music of the Mass will be Byrd's Mass for Five Voices, and anthems by Palestrina and Victoria. Our special guest homilist will be the Rev. Warren Tanghe. Please join us! After Mass there will be a reception downstairs.

Feb

03

Shining the Light on Physician-Assisted Suicide: A Call to Action

Come to a live educational event on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 10 am to learn more about Physician-Assisted Suicide and how to oppose it. During this event, the community will come together locally to create a strategic action plan to mobilize against Physician Assisted Suicide. Hosted by Maryland March for Life.

Feb

10

Marriage Retreat

Abby and Fr. Scharbach will offer a marriage retreat to help you refocus on your marriage. The theme will be One: Your Marriage in Christ. Click here for details.

Mar

17

Day of Recollection for Men

Join us for a few hours to pray about your relationship with God and how you're living your life as a Christian man. Think of it as a sort of mini Lenten retreat. There will be practical talks by a priest and one of the laymen of the parish on how our general vocation as men is integral to our specific vocations from God. There will be Benediction, plenty of opportunity for confession, and time for quiet personal reflection. The day will begin at 8:30 am with a short prayer and breakfast. Then the real business of the day will begin. We'll finish with Mass at about noon, followed by lunch.

We guarantee you'll come away with specific, concrete ideas for how to improve your relationship with God and the people in your life, and a renewed appreciation for the greatness of your calling as a Christian man. All men who want to grow in their spiritual life are welcome.

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