St. Mary Magdalen
Following Bishop Walkowiak’s directives, public Masses will resume beginning Friday, May 29th! All other liturgical and devotional services in the Diocese of Grand Rapids remain cancelled. Please click here to see the Bishop’s most recent letter for more information.
Excited to come back to Mass? So are we! Click the Sign Up button to let us know which Mass you will be attending. We are excited to see you! This sign up will remain active and will be updated by Monday at noon each week until sign-ups are no longer needed.
To sign up, click the check mark next to the Mass time that you would like to attend. Then, hit "Submit and Sign Up" at the bottom of the page.
For information on the policies and procedures for St. Mary Magdalen Parish, please refer to Fr. Vu’s letter to parishioners. Some staff members will on site during Mass if you have any questions.
For virtual worship opportunities and for ways to help support businesses and health care workers during this time, please see our “Upcoming Events” section below.
We are a reconciling, healing family of Christians celebrating life through worship, service and Catholic Formation.
We are committed to creating an atmosphere within our parish family to come together in body and spirit as a living faith community to help each other become better servants, mature in faith formation, feed the spiritually and physically hungry, create a stronger faith formation and bring people to the light of God.
We invite you to come and worship with us.
As a member of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, St. Mary Madgalen has opened its doors to Kentwood’s faithful since 1956, and continues to provide its parishioners with weekly services, community get-togethers, and more. In addition, our dedicated staff provides established programs for:
New to our Church? Visit us to learn more about how to become a part of our congregation.
Honoring mary, the Queen of may
Sr. Mai and her fellow sisters recite the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the Rosary, both in Vietnamese. The Chaplet is recited live at 3:00pm, and the Rosary is recited at 8:30pm. Click here to tune in live on Facebook or watch the recording.
Allison recites the Joyful Mysteries
Laura recites the Sorrowful Mysteries
Molly recites the Glorious Mysteries
Ruth recites the Luminous Mysteries
Emily recites the Sorrowful Mysteries
Michelle recites the Joyful Mysteries
Beautiful marian music
Emily sings “Hail Mary, Gentle Woman,” “Salve Regina,” “In You, O Lord, I have Found my Peace,” “How Great Thou Art,” and “Ave Maria”
There are many churches that are offering a livestreamed Mass during this time. You can tune in to Sunday Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew and view daily Mass sponsored by the National Catholic Broadcasting Council on their Youtube Channel. EWTN also offers daily Mass on their website.
FORMED is free through the Diocese through May 29th! Check out FORMED for interesting videos ranging from Rosary Chaplets to Lenten Reflections. It’s a great way to help you understand, live and share the Catholic faith. Just visit this page and enter Faith At Home Grand Rapids for access to faith-fueling, inspiring and informative stories, teaching, and more.