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Welcome to St. Mary Church, Glasgow, MO

Welcome to St. Mary Church, Glasgow, MO
2020 Capital Campaign

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Welcome to St. Mary Church in Glasgow, MO. Affectionately known as "Saint Mary's," this parish is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. She leads us to Jesus, her Son, as His first and greatest disciple, whom He made our spiritual Mother. We belong to the Diocese of Jefferson City, led by our Bishop, Shawn McKnight, in communion with our Holy Father, Pope Francis.

Being Catholic


Anyone who is interested in becoming Catholic is very welcome to join us for the celebration of Mass and other prayers. Children and adults who do not receive Holy communion may seek blessing from the Priest / Eucharistic Minister during Communion distribution. Classes during the fall are available for anyone who wishes to become Catholic. St. Mary's extends a warm welcome to those interested. In Jesus words 'Come and See' 



Sacraments in the Catholic Church:

  • Baptism

  • Confirmation

  • Eucharist

  • Penance

  • Anointing of the Sick

  • Holy Orders

  • Matrimony



Masses are held:

Glasgow Masses:

  • School Masses:

    • ​Wednesday & Friday @ 8:15 AM

  • Saturday @ 5:30 PM

  • Sunday @ 10:00 AM

Fayette Masses:

  • Tuesday @ 6:00 PM

  • Sunday @ 8:00 AM

Confessions are heard:

  • Saturday @ 3:30 - 5:00 PM

  • Anytime by appointment


Any additional services will be announced on our notice board and on our website.

August Stewardship Prayer

Lord Jesus Christ, as we begin to shift our thoughts from summer schedules to the anticipated demands of autumn, teach us to recognize you, and help us follow you amidst our busy lives. Open the Scriptures to us… that we may know you, see you, hear you – in the voices of friends and family, in the ministries of our parish, in the proclamation of the Word, and in the Breaking of the Bread. Teach us to be good stewards, that we may use your gifts wisely and care for all those you place in our path. Encourage us when we are overwhelmed. Strengthen us when we are frightened. Challenge us when we are complacent. Help us make our August transition a time of spiritual renewal, hope and action: to proclaim the Gospel in our words and in our deeds. Amen.

Catholic Women's Ministry

The Diocese Women’s Ministry invites Catholic women throughout our diocese to complete an online survey. All information gathered will be used to discern proper resources, educational formation opportunities, programs and events specifically targeted to women in your parish and throughout the diocese. The results of the survey will be shared with pastors and parish women’s ministry representatives. To complete the survey online, enter the following link into your browser or visit the women’s ministry website page


For opportunities to get involved in the ministry, please contact your parish women’s ministry representative, Cheryl Adams or LeAnn Korsmeyer, Director of Women’s Ministry at or (573) 635-9127

Key Contacts

  • Latest News

  • For those who desire Baptism for their kids and the marriage validation process started, please contact the Pastor as soon as possible. 

  • Shut-Ins Anyone knowing of a friend or relative that would appreciate receiving the Holy Eucharistic in their homes who are unable to attend Mass, please call Joyce Starke, 338-2790, to be added to our Shut-In list.   Thank you.


  • Getting Married? See our Wedding Liaison

To help the couples to plan and organize the wedding ceremony within the church norms...Angela Friedrich has come forward to take up the responsibility and her contact number is 573 289 2768. 

  • Knights Corner

If you’re interested in helping those in need, serving our parish, growing in faith, or obtaining exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection for your family, then the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you. Join us today and help make a difference in your community and Church.  For more information contact Phil Hackman or JY Miller.  Find out more about the Knights of Columbus by visiting

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