We are a Roman Catholic sacramental people led by the Holy Spirit, seeking to grow together in faith, love and charity. We are called by God the Father to be a welcoming presence of Jesus Christ in our parish community through worship, fellowship, and service.

Somos un pueblo católico sacramental guiados por el Espíritu Santo, que buscan crecer juntos en la fe, el amor y la caridad. Somos llamados por Dios Padre para ser una presencia acogedora de Jesucristo.



As a parish under the patronage of Mary, Our Lady, we are called like her, to draw others to Christ. In the midst of this community of Marysville, we recognize the call from Almighty God to be the light that draws others to believe in God. We must make Christ present by the way we live and the way we love each other. Forgiving always; being Christ to others ALWAYS!

Como una parroquia bajo el patronato de María, Nuestra Señora, estamos llamados, como ella, a traer a otros hacia Cristo. En medio de esta comunidad de Marysville, reconocemos el llamado de Dios Todopoderoso para ser la luz que lleva a otros a creer en Dios. Debemos de hacer presente a Cristo por la forma en que vivimos y nos amamos los unos a otros. Perdonando siempre; siendo Cristo para otros SIEMPRE!

Mass Times

*************** ST. MARY'S ***************
Tuesday through Friday: 10:30AM
Saturday: 9AM
Sunday: 8AM & 10AM [English]
Sunday: 12 PM [Español]

Reconciliation: Saturdays after 9AM Mass
Eucharistic Adoration 1st Fridays: After mass until 5 pm
Adoration Chapel: Open 24 hours (Signup for after office hours)
-Sacrament of Anointing of the sick every second Saturday of the month at 9:00 a.m. during Mass.
-Sacramento de la Unción de los enfermos cada segundo Sábado del mes a las 9:00a.m. durante la Misa.

*************** ST. ANNE'S ***************
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30PM
Sunday: 10AM (Last Mass on Sunday @ ST Anne is on July 30 2017

Reconciliation: Saturdays 4:30PM
Eucharistic Adoration 1st Fridays (TBD)

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WELCOME to our two churches!



St. Mary's Church Image

4200 88th St. NE, Marysville. WA 98270 (CLICK HERE FOR MAP) 

ST. ANNE'S MISSION at Totem Beach - Tulalip

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7231 Totem Beach Rd, Tulalip, WA 98271 (CLICK HERE FOR MAP)


Here you can find many opportunities for everyone to grow spiritually and to HAVE FUN AND FELLOWSHIP!


News Links

  • For complete information, please access our bulletins by clicking HERE

  • Para noticias en espaÑol, por favor, presione AQUI ! 

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 No mass at St Mary's this Tuesday and Wednesday, July 18th and 19th.

(Fr.Peter already had other commitments)

Any Catholic MEN interested in playing SOFTBALL?
We will play Wednesday evenings and some Sunday afternoons.
It is very informal and men of all skill levels are welcome.
It is great way to get to know other Catholic men and develop fraternity.
Please contact Fr. Peter for more information: 360-653-9400 or frpeter@stmary-stanne.org

¿Hay hombres católicos interesados en jugar al softbol?
Vamos a jugar los miércoles por la noche y algunos domingos por la tarde.
Es muy informal y los hombres de todas la habilidades son bienvenidos. Es una gran manera de conocer a otros hombres católicos y desarrollar la fraternidad.
Por favor contacte a el Padre Peter par a mas infor macion: 360-653-9400 o frpeter@stmary-stanne.org

 Family Style BBQ

Fr. Peter invites YOU to join him in a family style B-BQ on
Friday, July 28th or August 4th.

They will both be at 6:00 in the  evening. Sign up sheets will be in the social hall after 8 and 10 O’clock masses.
Space is limited, and Father is looking forward to meeting you!


Must Have Accounting Experience
Must be a practicing Catholic

Job duties will include:

- Preparing monthly reconciliation
- Processing invoices from vendors
- Monitor requests on office and other expenses
- Preparing monthly financial statements

If you have the experience and are interested;
Please call Rudy dela Cruz at 360-653-9400 Ext. 106

Large Desk for Free.
Come get it at the parish office!!

Papal Intentions for July

That our brothers and sisters who have strayed from the faith, through our prayer and witness to the Gospel, may rediscover the merciful closeness of the Lord and the beauty of the Christian life.


Now registration is open to the Catholic Kidz CAMP.

Please contact the office

Catholic Kidz CAMP

August 7-11 from 9am-1pm



Registro para el Campamento esta abierto.

Por favor, contacte a la oficina parrroquial.

CAMPAMENTO para niños católico

Agosto 7-11, de 9am a 1pm

Grados:  Kinder a 5 grado.


You can watch Fr Mactutis homilies  in Youtube:

"Fr. Peter Mactutis"


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Rachel’s Corner: Hope and Healing After Abortion

“The LORD is close to the brokenhearted, saves those whose spirit is crushed.” - Psalm 34:19
Do you feel like you have silently lived as the brokenhearted with a crushed spirit since the day you lost your child to abortion?
Come on a Rachel’s Vineyard™

Retreat and feel His warm embrace as He whispers who He sees and loves! August 4-6

Call Valerie: 1-800-822-HOPE (4673)

You are loved with an everlasting Love!



Rincón de Raquel: Esperanza, y Sanacion de las Heridas despues de un Aborto


Sanar las Heridas del Aborto Provocado
“El Señor está cerca del corazón deshecho y salva
a los de espíritu abatido." -Salmo 34:19
¿Siente que ha vivido en silencio con el corazón deshecho
con un espíritu abatido desde el día en que perdió a su hijo
en un aborto? Venga a un Retiro del Viñedo de Raquel.
¡Dios está muy cerca de usted!

El retiro en español :_______________Octubre 13-15, 2017

Para mas información:_____________Marisela 206.450.7814. Deje mensaje, lo mantendremos confidencial

¡Con amor eterno te he amado!

El Proyecto Raquel es un programa de la agencia de Catholic Community Services.munity Services. 



And effective August 1, there will no longer be SUNDAY Mass at St. Anne.




THANK YOU to those who have already turned in your pledges for the 2017 Annual Catholic Appeal.
To date we have received.

SYMBOLON is our Adult Faith Formation/Enrichment program. This is for everyone, whether you are a nonCatholic who wants to learn more about Catholicism, or a Catholic who wants to know and live your faith more deeply!

Monday Classes at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Thursday Classes  at 7:00 PM to 8:30PM

Weekly message from your St. Vincent de Paul conference for St. Mary's and St Anne's

In the Gospel, we hear the story of the sower and we know that “some seed fell on rich soil, and produce fruit, a hundred or sixty or thirty fold.”

This week, know that you will be bringing hope to the poor by your gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. 

St Vincent De Paul meets every second Monday of the month, in room 1B at 6:30 p.m, and every forth Sunday at 9AM. Everyone is welcomed!

Mensaje semanal de su conferencia de San Vicente de Paul de Santa Maria y Santa Ana

 En el Evangelio escuchamos la historia del sembrador y sabemos que "la semilla cayó en tierra rica y produjo frutos,
ciento por uno o sesenta o treinta por uno.”

Esta semana, sepa que usted llevará esperanza a los pobres por su donación a la Sociedad de San Vicente de Paúl.    

St Vincent De Paul se reune cada segundo Lunes de cada mes en el salon 1B a las 6:30 p.m. y los cuartos domingos a las 9AM. Todos son bienvenidos!  

The Fatima Corner

 On July 13, 1917, the third apparition of Our Lady to the three children occurred. It was during this apparition that the children were shown a vision of hell. So horrible was the vision, that Lucia wrote, “How can we ever be grateful enough to our kind heavenly Mother, who had already prepared us by promising, in the first Apparition, to take us to heaven. Otherwise, I think we would have died of fear and terror.”

At this time, the Lady told them that the current war (World War I) was going to end, but that if people did not cease offending God by their sins, a worse one would break out during the pontificate of Pius XI (and the first wars which would become part of what would be known as World War II did in fact begin during Pius XI’s reign). Then Our Lady asked for the consecration of Russia to her Immaculate Heart, and for making a Communion of reparation on First Saturdays. She then said, “If my requests are heeded, Russia will be converted, and there will be peace; if not, she will spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church. The good will be martyred; the Holy Father will have much to suffer…” The consecration requested was done several times in the following years, but definitively by John Paul II and bishops throughout the world on March 25, 1984.

In fact, in the end there were more martyrs in the 20th century than in all previous centuries combined. Just last year, 17 martyrs who were persecuted in Laos and 38 who gave their lives for the faith in Albania were beatified.

The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue is being brought to various churches across the western half of the country this year, to help spread Our Lady’s message of peace. Here are the dates and parishes for our Archdiocese:

  • July 19– Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle
  • July 20– Christ the King, Seattle
  • July 21-22 Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton
  • July 22– Holy Rosary, Tacoma
  • July 22– St. Joseph, Tacoma
  • July 23– St. Alphonsus, Seattle




Quote of the Week

First of all, justice... Every society draws up its own system of justice. Charity goes beyond justice, because to love is to give, to offer what is “mine” to the other; but it never lacks justice, which prompts us to give the other what is “his”, what is due to him by reason of his being or his acting. I cannot “give” what is mine to the other, without first giving him what pertains to him in justice. If we love others with charity, then first of all we are just towards them.

Not only is justice not extraneous to charity, not only is it not an alternative or parallel path to charity: Justice is inseparable from charity, and intrinsic to it. Justice is the primary way of charity or, in Paul VI's words, “the minimum measure” of it, an integral part of the love “in deed and in truth” (1 Jn 3:18), to which Saint John exhorts us.

On the one hand, charity demands justice: recognition and respect for the legitimate rights of individuals and peoples. It strives to build the earthly city according to law and justice. On the other hand, charity transcends justice and completes it in the logic of giving and forgiving. The earthly city is promoted not merely by relationships of rights and duties, but to an even greater and more fundamental extent by relationships of gratuitousness, mercy and communion.

Charity always manifests God's love in human relationships as well, it gives theological and salvific value to all commitment for justice in the world.

Another important consideration is the common good. To love someone is to desire that person's good and to take effective steps to secure it. Besides the good of the individual, there is a good that is
linked to living in society: the common good. It is the good of “all of us”, made up of individuals, families and intermediate groups who together constitute society. It is a good that is sought not for its
own sake, but for the people who belong to the social community and who can only really and effectively pursue their good within it.

To desire the common good and strive towards it is a requirement of justice and charity. To take a stand for the common good is on the one hand to be solicitous for, and on the other hand to avail oneself of, that complex of institutions that give structure to the life of society, juridically, civilly, politically and culturally...The more we strive to secure a common good corresponding to the real needs of our neighbors, the more effectively we love them. Every Christian is called to practice this charity, in a manner corresponding to his vocation and according to the degree of influence he wields...This is the institutional path — we might also call it the political path — of charity, no less excellent and effective than the kind of charity which encounters the neighbor directly…

-Pope Benedict XVI, Caritas in veritate, 6-7

Religious Education

Learning and Practicing the Faith


This week we continue our exploration of the virtues. Last week we looked at the idea of the virtues in general [Cardinal virtues: Justice, temperance, fortitude (courage), and prudence. Theological virtues: faith, hope, and love (charity)].

We will now be looking at each of the virtues in turn, starting with the cardinal virtues, Justice is the virtue “that consists in the constant and firm will to give their due to God and neighbor.” (CCC 1807). In other words, justice is doing right towards others– following the 10 Commandments.

Remember that Jesus condenses the 10 Commandments down to two: You shall love the Lord your God with all your soul, all your might, and all your strength, and you shall love your neighbor as yourself. (cf. Mk 12:30-31). This didn’t take away from the content of the law, rather, it made clear the reasons behind the Commandments– that is, doing what we ought to do if we truly love God and our neighbor.

Many of the cardinal virtues have other virtues that fit inside of them. The virtue of “religion”, which we don’t often hear much about today, is justice toward God– giving God His due. What is due to God? An important piece of the idea of justice is having things in their proper order. A look at the First Commandment tells us where God should fit in in that order– first and above all. This fits with the Sunday Gospel from July 2nd: “Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me” (Mt 10:37).

Since God is the source of all being, worship is due to Him; He created us, sustains us, and draws us near to Him to share in His marvelous life. It is a matter of justice that we give Him homage and thanksgiving. We have gone over reasons that the Church requires us to attend Sunday Mass in this column in the past. This is yet another– it is a matter of justice towards God, properly thanking Him in the way that He gave us– the Eucharist!

The Catechism further tells us that “Justice toward men disposes one to respect the rights of each and to establish in human relationships the harmony that promotes equity with regard to persons and to the common good. The just man, often mentioned in the Sacred Scriptures, is distinguished by habitual right thinking and the uprightness of his conduct toward his neighbor.” (CCC 1807)

There is a lot in that simple paragraph. What is clear is that we have an obligation as Catholics to work for justice– right relationships, respect towards every person and the recognition of their dignity, working for peace and communion. We should work for this on a societal level. But we must also be clear that this starts in the home, our work, our neighborhoods. Without personal justice, it is impossible to attain justice in society. To learn more about the idea of the common good, I’d encourage you to open up the Catechism yourself and read paragraphs 1905-1912.

Finally, when the Old Testament Scriptures speak of the “just man”, they are also looking forward to Christ, the true “just man”, who gives us the possibility, through grace, of truly living just lives as well.




and convenient program to provide a steady supply of
non-perishable food- A Simple Gesture.

100% of the donated food goes to feed the families of our community.
There are 5 simple steps to be part of this program:

1. Complete registration on-line at asimplegesture.mcfb@frontier.com or call Amy at the Food Bank;

2. Your cool green bag will be sent to you;

3. When you go shopping, buy one extra non-perishable food item;

4. Store the items in your cool green bag;

5. Every other month, your bag will be picked up and another will be given to you to continue the program.

It’s that simple!
For further information, contact
asimplegesture.mcfb@frontier.com or call 360 653 1054
and ask for Amy.

Here is the website http://www.marysvillefoodbank.org/

Bite of SMM

Saint Mary Magdalen Parish
8517 7th Ave Everett, WA
Saturday, July 15th - 10am to 9pm
Vendors – Car Show - Food – Beer Garden - Children’s Activities - Entertainment
All are welcome!  

Immaculate Conception & Our Lady of Perpetual


a full-time receptionist/ administrative assistant Primarily responsible for staffing the reception area, & supporting parish staff.

Qualified applicants will be friendly & welcoming. Must have strong organization, and computer skills (especially in Microsoft Office), & ability to manage multiple projects. Bilingual English/Spanish strongly preferred. Complete job description email bridget@icolph.org.


A big thank you to all who supported the Youth Ministry fundraisers over the past week.

These help our youth who are attending the annual Steubenville Conference in Spokane! 

 Please keep supporting our St. Mary YOUTH GROUP with :

July 15th Car wash 11:00 

Thank you to all WONDERFUL St. Mary parishioners for all your support. God bless you all.


Church & Social Hall are now secured with alarm system.

All keys must be turned in to the office, as they are no longer usable without code.



La Iglesia Ahora tiene sistema de seguridad con alarma.

Toda llave deve ser entregada, pues ya no sirven sin codigo. 

THANK GOD! RUDY IS FREE AGAIN! Good thing the facility projects were done before he retired!
Rudy and his wife will enjoy their retirement by traveling to New Zealand, the Philippines, and finish with Holy Land.
Let us pray God helps them in their new journey
And let us also pray for a new future book keeper.


Monday Morning – two to three hours


For more information contact Rudy de La Cruz. (360)653-9400 EXT 106 books@stmary-stanne.org


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You can always access facebook by clicking at the very top bar of this Website, at the facebook "f"  symbol   (beside the Search tool.) 

Interested in becoming Catholic, or know someone who is? Contact Michael Schmitz at: michael@stmary-stanne.org or at 360-653-9400 to get some of your questions answered and find out about the process and how we can make that happen!

Religious Education

May God richly bless all those who received the sacrament of Confirmation, and were anointed with the power of the Holy Spirit last weekend, and all who received Christ for the first time in the Holy Eucharist. May these sacraments bring them closer to our God who has so wonderfully redeemed us and brings that redemption to us by means of the sacraments!


FORMED.org Pick of the Week

This week’s recommendation is one for the kids! Brother Francis: The Mass. Brother Francis videos are great ways to get kids learning about and interested in the faith! This episode looks at what happens at Mass. Adults could learn from it as well!

Did you know our parish has a subscription to formed.org? It is an amazing online resource with programs on the faith, Catholic movies, audio talks, and ebooks– all available for free to parishioners through our subscription!

To register, go to formed.org, then click on register. Enter our parish code: 3b045b. Enjoy the best in resources for building up your faith and spiritual life. 

Pastor's Page

 Father Peter Mactutis
Parish Priest 



Dear parishioners,

Thank you for the very warm welcome that you have shown me the last few days. I am looking forward to settling in and getting adjusted to our community here.

This last weekend in my homily I talked about how important it is to build ...

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Pagina del Parroco

 Padre Peter Mactutis
Sacerdote de la Parroquia


Queridos Parroquianos,

Gracias por la cálida bienvenida con la que me han recibido estos últimos días. Estoy esperanzado a establecerme y adaptarme a esta, nuestra, comunidad.

Este fin de semana pasado en mi homilía, hable sobre la importancia de edificar... 

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Week Events

 WEEK OF JULY 9, 2017




*Rosary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   8:30 Church 

*Car Wash - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  11:00 Parking Lot

*El Shaddai - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   1:00 Chapel

*Matrimonios Lideres  - - - - - - - - - -  6:00 Room 6



 WEEK OF JULY 16, 2017


*Crecimientos- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7:00 Room 5 & 7



* Rosary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  - -  10:00 Chruch

*Legion of Mary - - - - - - - - - - - - -   6:00 Room 1B

*Spanish Choir - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  7:30 Room 3



*Rosary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10:00 Church

*Children’s Choir - - - - - - - - - - - -   6:00 Room 3

*Adults Choir - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   7:00 Room 3

*Grupo de Oracion  - - - - - - - - - - -  7:00 Room 5

*Guadalupanos - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  7:00 Chapel

*Knights Officers  - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7:00



*Rosary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  10:00 Church

*Coro Grupo de Oracion - - - - - - -   7:00 Room 3

*Boy Scout  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   7:00 Room 5,6, 7

*Symbolon - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  7:00 Room 8

*Financial Council - - - - - - - - - - - - 7:00 Deacon's Room 



*Rosary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  10:00 Church 

*Grupo de Oracion - - - - - - - - - - - - 7:00 Church



*Rosary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   8:30 Church 

*El Shaddai - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   1:00 Chapel

*Matrimonios Lideres  - - - - - - - - - -  6:00 Room 6



Office Hours

Monday to Friday
- 8:30AM to 5:30M (closed from12 to 1PM),

St Mary's

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