COVID-19 Response in the Diocese of Marquette

Sunday Mass, May 9, 10:30 a.m. (Eastern)

Join us live on May 9, 2021 at 10:30am EDT for the Sixth Sunday of Easter. Msgr. Michael J. Steber will be the Principal Celebrant and Homilist. Click here to download the worship aid. The permission to stream the music is obtained through ONE LICENSE, License #A-721830.

Support your parish
Although some remain unable to particiapte in Mass at their parish, it still has to pay for ongoing bills. Just like our home budget, the bills for parish utilities, insurance, and other operations continue. Please prayerfully consider financially supporting your parish by mailing a check, or signing up through your parish's online giving. Click here to find parish addresses and websites. Thank you. 

God does not abandon us

"God does not abandon us. Now is the time even more to gather and pray together with your family at home. Make your house a little hermitage. Set aside a prayer-corner where the family can gather for prayer and where individual family members can take turns praying in private and quiet.

"At this time, your pastors and I will keep all of you in prayer and continue to reach out to your remotely. I will be livestreaming a private Mass from my chapel at 1:30 p.m. (Eastern) on Sundays. I invite you all to pray daily the Prayer to Our Lady, Health of the Sick." - Bishop John Doerfler

Don't Panic - Pray: A Response to COVID-19

March 11 – Don't Panic. Pray.
Bishop Doerfler invites Catholics of the Diocese of Marquette to engage in best practices in the face of the coronavirus, as well as to pray for the healing of those who are ill.

Ask Bishop Doerfler to pray for you

Click Here to print paper Prayer Request Card
Click here to input your Prayer Request and send to Bishop John electronically
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