• Youth Retreats
Update
  • Registration is now open for the spring 2015 Men's ACTS Retreat.  See the news article on the front page of the website.

  • The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is celebrated after the 6:30am Mass on the third Thursday of the month and on the first Monday after the 6:30pm Mass.

  • The Quilters are looking for more members.  No experience needed, just a desire to learn and have fun.  See the bulletin for details. 
  • The 4pm Christmas Eve Mass will be very crowded.  Arrive early.  Overflow seating will be available in the Day Chapel.
  • Spend an hour in Eucharistic Adoration this week.
  • Save the Date - January 25, 2015, 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm in the Gym.  Come out and join us in raising funds for our youth attending summer camps.  

 

LENTEN FISH FRY


 Have you missed the Fish Fry at St Mark during the Fridays of Lent? If you did, do not fret. The Knights of Columbus and Women’s Guild plan to feature a delicious meal and the trimmings each Friday of Lent except Good Friday. The price will be $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for children under 12. The meal will be of real VALUE. It will include Fried Alaskan Pollock, French fries, cole slaw, a drink and dessert. Profits will support donations that our Knights of Columbus Council makes annually to support our Parish sponsored Habitat for Humanity house and also for the Bishop Flanagan/Knights of Columbus/HFH house. Annually our Council donates $1000 to each of these efforts. We always “scrape the bottom of the barrel” to find funds that must be sacrificed from other charitable needs.

We really need and appreciate your support for this effort.

We need lots of volunteers. We need members to procure food and to “prep” it. We need cooks, servers and cashiers. We need a prep crew and a cleanup crew, etc.. Hours for volunteers will vary. We plan to serve from 5 to 7 pm and allow time for people to attend the Stations of the Cross.


  • Zumbathon at St. Marks to Benefit American Heart Association

    On behalf of the American Heart Association and Mayors Fitness Council of San Antonito we invite you to come join us March 7TH for a huge health and wellness event and Zumbathon to raise money for the American Heart Association

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  • Get Hooked on the Lenten Fish Fry

    Have you missed the Fish Fry at St Mark during the Fridays of Lent? If you did, do not fret. The Knights of Columbus and Women’s Guild plan to feature a delicious meal and the trimmings each Friday of Lent except Good Friday. The price will be $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for children

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  • Women in Recovery ACTS Retreat - Registration Open

    You are invited to attend the 8th St. Mark’s Women in Recovery ACTS Retreat. The retreat is designed for women in recovery or women affected by a loved one’s addiction. All are welcome! It is an opportunity to enter into a deeper relationship with our Lord and our Community. An ACTS weekend is a chance to relax and focus on your faith walk

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  • Online Giving is Now Available for St. Mark Parishioners

    We are pleased to inform you that our parish now has a solution to make donating simple and easy, while at the same time keeping the process safe and secure. Online Giving will be available for parishioners who would like to make online donations to our weekly offerings, as well as other parish collections. We are utilizing this technology for the well-being and growth of our parish community.

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To spread the good news of Jesus Christ to all God's people by word and action.

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1602 Thousand Oaks Drive
San Antonio, TX 78232
210-494-1606
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Stewardship Reflections

First Sunday of Lent

February 22, 2015

The Kingdom of God is at hand!  When Jesus began his public ministry he proclaimed the arrival of the Kingdom of God.  He urged the people to repent and believe in the Gospel.  The Lord's message resounds for us today.  To make progress on our journey toward heaven, we must repent and turn away from the enticements of the world.  Through faith in the Gospel, we come to understand that God's Kingdom holds magnificence that we cannot comprehend in this world.  May love impel us to put our feet firmly on the path to Heaven and enable us to help each other along the Way.