26900 78th Ave NW, PO Box 1002, Stanwood WA 98292  |  360-629-3737

Year of Mercy 

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 3:30pm

Fridays - Closed

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil Mass ~ 5pm
Sunday Masses ~ 9am & 11am

Daily Mass

Tuesday - Saturday ~ 9am
1st Monday of the month              Josephine ~ 10am 
3rd Monday of the month
  
Warm Beach ~ 10am

Every Friday

Eucharistic Adoration begins after the daily 9am Mass.
Benediction will be at 6pm with prayers starting at 5:45pm.

Reconciliation

By appointment or
Friday ~ 9:30am - 10:30am
Satuday ~ 9:30am - 10:30am
               or 4pm - 4:45pm
Sunday ~ 8:15am - 8:45am

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Welcome!

We are an active faith-filled parish located in Stanwood, Washington, in the Archdiocese of Seattle under Archbishop J. Peter Sartain. St. Cecilia is the only Washington parish staffed by the Order of the Discalced Carmelite Friars. The Carmelite charism of prayer and community provide an example and inspiration as our members strive to live the Gospel and move toward a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.

Through the Word, the Sacraments and love for one another, St. Cecilia Parish nourishes over 600 families and sustains over 40 different ministries that are centered on prayer and service to others - including the poor, the elderly, the homebound, Faith Formation for preschool through adult, and family programs.

Let nothing disturb you, let nothing frighten you. God never changes. Patience obtains all things. Whosoever has God lacks nothing. God alone suffices. ~ St. Teresa of Avila



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St. Cecilia's Parish Mission Statement

St. Cecilia Parish, a community of followers of Jesus, nourished by the Word of God and the Sacraments, is called to proclaim the Good News to the community, and to serve those in need. We strive to do this by listening, prayer and sharing.

 

Holy Door Pilgrimage

 

           Everyone from our parish is invited! 

           We are scheduled to go in the Holy Door 

           Sunday, Oct. 16  

Please gather in the church parking lot at 1:00 p.m. to carpool to St. James.  Anyone  under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent.  Parking at O’Dea High School and the Cabrini parking lot are both free on Sundays. We will meet in front of the Holy Doors on the west side of the cathedral.  Parishioners from Holy Family Parish in Kirkland will also enter the Holy Doors with us.  This will be followed with a short tour of the cathedral and vespers, which ends at 4:30 p.m.

What is the Holy Door?  Pope Francis has announced that in the extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, a Holy Door is to be opened in every cathedral around the world.  St. James Cathedral in Seattle has designated its bronze doors, covered in depictions of stories of God’s mercy, as the church’s Holy Doors.  The open door is a symbol for the open access to the mercy of God.  Pilgrims who pass through a cathedral’s Holy Door are granted a Jubilee Year indulgence.   

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The faithful may gain a plenary indulgence once per day for oneself or for a soul in Purgatory by:

Devoutly passing through the Holy Door

Praying the Our Father and the Creed for the intentions of our Holy Father

Meeting the ordinary conditions:

1)  An interior disposition of complete detachment from sin

2)  Making a sacramental confession

3)  Receiving the Holy Eucharist

The “ordinary conditions” must be completed within a week to 10 days before or after passing through the Holy Door.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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