Our Mass Times

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Daily Week Day:


Saturday Evening:


Sunday Morning:

7:30am, 9:00am,

10:30am and 12 noon

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Weather Alert! All PREP Classes scheduled for Sunday evening, March 1st are cancelled. We will see everyone next week.

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Columbkill website! Here you will find
information about our parish; its history,
schedules, bulletins and ministries... but
there's much, much more!

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our faith with you.

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If so, please complete the registration form: and return to our Parish Office either in
person, by mail, by email, or through the
weekend collection.

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Who must abstain?

All Catholics who are 14 and older
must abstain from meat and meat
products on Ash Wednesday and
Fridays of Lent.

What does abstinence mean?

The Law of Abstinence forbids
eating meat and meat products.
Voluntary Abstinence refers to
refraining from lawful pleasures in
a spirit of penance, eg, smoking,
snacks, TV/movies, computer/video
games etc.

Mass Schedule For This Week

Saturday 02/28:

5pm: Father Marty Kern

Sunday 03/01:

7:30am: Father Marty Kern

9:00am: Father Marty Kern

10:30am: Father Marty Kern

12 noon: Father Brensinger

World Meeting of Families

World Meeting of Families

Lenten Schedule 2015

Ash Wednesday 03/05:

Blessing & Distribution of Ashes:

6:30am and 9:00am

4:30pm and 7:00pm

Daily Masses:

9:00am (Monday thru Friday)

Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm

Thursday mornings at 6:30am

Sacrament of Reconciliation:


Saturdays 4:00pm to 4:45pm

By Appointment: Call 610-367-2371

Stations of the Cross:

Fridays at 7:00pm

(following our Simple Supper)

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:

Every Monday following the 9am
Mass untill 9pm in the evening.

Liturgy Of The Hours:

Sunday Evening Vespers 6:00pm


Who must fast?

All Catholics who are between the
ages of 18 and 50 are to fast on
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.

What does fasting mean?

The observance of fasting means
that those obliged may take only
one (1) full meal on the day of
fast. Two (2) smaller meals may
be taken to maintain strength as
one's needs require.

Parish Office

200 Indian Spring Road
Boyertown, PA 19512
Office Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 9am to 5pm

(610) 367-2371 Fax: (610) 369-0242
e-mail: fathermarty@stcolumbkill.com

Weekly Bulletin Online

Click here to get the weekly bulletin.

New Mass Responses

View the Updated Mass Response cards.

Bishop's Annual Appeal

Click here to get more information.
Click here to watch the video.

Going on Vacation?

Checkout the Mass times near your
vacation destination: www.masstimes.org
Faith... you can't leave home without it!

Do You Know?

The 9am Sunday mass is signed for the Hearing Impaired

Our facility is wheel chair accessible with sidewalk ramps, ample Handicapped Parking