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Pastor :  Fr. Francis Zambon



Welcome, and thank you for visiting our new website for Our Parish Community of Holy Name of Mary, St. Charles Borromeo & St. Vincent de Paul Churches. We hope that our website provides helpful information regarding weekend & weekday masses, our bulletin, Sacramental information, upcoming Parish events as well as other additional information which maybe useful to our website visitors.

Mission Statement 

We, the Parish Family of Holy Name of Mary, St. Charles Borromeo & St. Vincent de Paul Churches, believe that our Mission as faithful Roman Catholics is to present the Image or Our Lord to all that he brings to us in this life.

 In doing so, we are answering the call, placed before us through the Sacrament of Baptism, to be Missionary Disciples of Christ in this community and as a result assist others in developing a personal relationship with Our Loving and Merciful God.

Weekend Masses 
(Please refer to Detailed Mass Intentions below for any changes)


Saturday Mass: 

  5:00pm - St. Vincent de Paul, Deseronto

Sunday Morning Masses:

  8:45am - Holy Name of Mary, Marysville

10:30am - St. Charles Borromeo, Read

Weekday Liturgy - Please refer to


for current Mass updates

Children's Liturgy at Sunday Mass

8:45am   Holy Name of Mary 





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Confession Times: 

- On Saturday evenings starting at 4:30pm, in the Confessional at Saint Vincent de Paul Church  

- On Sunday mornings starting at 8:15am, in the Confessional at   Holy Name of Mary Church 

- In the sacristy 30 minutes before each weekday Mass. 

If you would like to go to Confession but these times do not work for you, please call the office  (613-396-2846) or send me an email ( to arrange a time.  


╬Please Remember in Your Prayers all those who are sick      

​ Blayre McCarthy, Bridget Knott, Brienna Wright, Bruce Loft, Carson McKenna, Cathy Sloan, Cathy Thompson, Kelsey Banks,

Laura Dodd, Lois Terry, Mike Sloan, Olivera Lambeta, Patricia Putman, Reda Marlow, Raymond Brennan, 

Suzanne Gartenburg, Raymond McAvoy, Dan Williams, Kelly Thompson, James Murphy, Dan Donati, Kevin Power,

Dennis Purcell, Magi Marlow, Bill Doyle, Theresa Stone, Frank Maloney, Hannah Pascoal, Jen King

Divine Mercy Chapel of the Most Blessed Sacrament - Adoration:  Tuesday 8am to 9pm. 

Out of consideration for those who may be sensitive or allergic to strong scents, please avoid wearing these products to church.  Thank you for helping make our churches comfortable for everyone.

Annual St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery Mass - Saturday, August 24, 2024 @ 11:00am



Marysville BBQ & Fall Event:  Saturday, September 21, 2024 from 10 am to 2 pm.  It will be outside and inside the Holy Name of Mary Parish Hall, west of the church.  It includes a Bake Sale Table, Country Store, Gently Used Items & Crafts Table, Raffle Ticket Table, Religious Items Table, as well as the BBQ!  Rain or shine. Thanks to all who have picked up Raffle Tickets to sell (books are still available), it is greatly appreciated.

**Parishioners who want to work at the BBQ & Fall Event Sept. 21st (10 am to 2 pm) or clean up day on Sept. 14th (10 to noon), please sign up at the back of the church of contact Janet (613-968-0363 cell) or Julia (613-920-5363 cell). Student volunteer hours can be earned both days.

**We are accepting donations to the Gently Used Table from now until Wed Sep 18th.  Please drop items in the box at the back of Marysville or Deseronto Church. Sorry NO large furniture, clothing, shoes or electronic items. To schedule a large number of items to donate, please contact Janet Murphy (613-968-0363 cell).


Helping Hands Food Bank: Helping Hands Food Bank: Presently the Foodbank is in need of a used small (5 ft) stand up freezer. We have limited space in the Foodbank so this size would suit our needs best. If you could help us or know someone who can, please call the Foodbank at 613 847 5658. Thank you.


A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on August 7 at 2:00 pm at the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception for the remains of 55 immigrants who perished due to disease upon arrival by boat from southern Ireland in 1847/1848.  In the presence of the remaining three individuals (one man, one woman, and one child). Their interment will occur at St. Mary Cemetery following Holy Mass at approximately 3:15 pm.  . All are welcome to attend on August 7 where our prayers will join together in remembrance of these 55 individuals and all who perished and were buried in haste at this time of great suffering and hardship.

2-Week Summer Camp at St. Michael’s Parish, Belleville - July 29-August 2; August 5-9.  Good news for families with children between Grades 1-6. St. Michael’s Parish, Belleville, is hosting 2 weeks of summer camp at our parish hall. The first week, July 29 - August 2, follows the theme: The Marvellous Mystery (Eucharist); the second week, August 5-9, is following the theme: Cathletics (Training in God’s Word). Campers can sign up for one week or two. Cost per camper per week is $100 (reduced price for 2 or more campers). Leader of the Camp is Seminarian William Danahy, working with a team of adults and youth. Sign up or volunteer to help by picking up forms at the door of the church. You may also register by contacting the parish office:


6th Annual Rideau Canal Men’s Retreat - Tuesday to Thursday, August 6-8, 2024.  This is an invitation to Catholic men 18 years and older (including fathers and sons) to share and deepen their faith while enjoying male camaraderie - in the context of an outdoor adventure by canoe. The group will leave Seeley’s Bay Tuesday, August 6, 8 am, paddling 16 km along historic Rideau Canal through locks at Jones Falls, with overnight tenting at Davis Locks. On Wednesday, the 18 km route passes through Chaffey’s and Newboro Locks into the Upper Rideau Lake, with overnight tenting along McNally’s Bay. The retreat ends Thursday at 2 pm. Canoes and paddles supplied, along with main meals. Cost: $95. Daily Mass, prayer, opportunities for Confession, talks by priests and laymen, socializing and invigorating exercise make this annual Catholic men’s retreat a popular one. Information & registration: (613-899-9514); or (613-218-6497).


Vacation Bible Camp - July 29-August 2, Sacred Heart of Mary Parish (15 Hwy 95, Wolfe Island).  Sacred Heart Church on Wolfe Island is happy to announce that they will be hosting Vacation Bible Camp this year!  Camp is open to all children ages 0-11 years old. Camp runs from July 29th to August 2nd this year. For more information please email Marnie Quirk or Christina Holt at


St. Mary's Cathedral Parish Pilgrimage Day Trip to Canadian Martyrs' Shrine - Tuesday, July 30; 6:00 am departure, Midland, Ontario (Departing from St. Mary Cathedral, pick up stops in Kingston, Napanee and Belleville).  In preparation for the 2025 Jubilee Year (Pilgrims of Hope), St. Mary’s Cathedral is planning a parish pilgrimage to the Canadian Martyrs' Shrine in Midland, Ontario on Tuesday, July 30, 2024. This historic and holy site includes the famous Shrine Church situated on 75 beautifully landscaped acres. Within the Church are relics of the Martyrs St. Jean de Brebeuf, St. Gabriel Lamont and St. Charles Garnier.  The bus will leave St. Mary’s Cathedral at 6:00 am sharp with pick-up stops at St. Joseph’s Church in Kingston and in Napanee and Belleville. Father Shawn will celebrate Mass at St. Ignace, the site of the martyrdom of the Jesuits.  Also included are a guided tour of the Shrine, outdoor Stations of the Cross, a visit to Sainte Marie Among the Hurons, plus an opportunity to take time to enter into prayer in a tranquil setting or to visit the Shrine museum and archives before departing for home.  Expected arrival time back in Kingston is10 pm. Cost, excluding meals, is $80 per person with transportation by Franklin deluxe coach. Washroom on board.  For reservations and payment or for more information, please contact Ann Lyng at or 613-572-4892.  Please join us


Summer Events at St Mary of Egypt Refuge This July & August - Are you looking for something for you or your family to do during the warmer months?  From square dancing to an Iconography workshop, St Mary of Egypt Refuge has something for everyone. Head over to the Refuge's homepage and scroll down to see what they have going on this summer:  Events include: Concert and Country Dance, featuring local band ‘Rustic Strings’: Friday, July 26;  St. Mary’s Refuge Open House: Thursday, Aug.1;  Square Dance Evening with caller Berry Chumbley: Friday, Aug 9;  Seniors’ Day: Saturday, August 10


  67th Annual Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Knock Shrine - Sunday August 18: For the 67th time, Our Lady of Knock Shrine at St. Malachy’s Church (Mayo, Quebec).  You are invited to join our annual pilgrimage, to honour Our Lady’s apparition at Knock, County Mayo, Ireland on August 21, 1879. The Eucharist will be celebrated in English by Bishop Jean-Louis Plouffe (Bishop Emeritus of Sault St. Marie and Ottawa native), assisted by Father Greg Murray of St. Malachy's parish. Info:    Contact: Mrs. Ellen Butler 819-986-3860; Mrs. Virginia Sellers 819-281-6490.  


Courses in Catechesis (Newman College) - Newman College is offering a number of certificate courses opportunities including the following. These may be of interest to people working in pastoral care, sacramental preparation, religious adult education, or personal faith development.  Certificates in Catechesis I (; Certificate in Catechesis II ( in Pastoral Care ( in New Evangelization (


Encounter School (Our Lady of Divine Fire Mission) - St. Paul the Apostle Parish (1111 Taylor-Kidd Blvd., Kingston).  MORE than a Bible Study, the Encounter School is a place to journey together with like-minded believers to EXPERIENCE the transforming POWER of the GOSPEL for holiness, healing, freedom and mission. In each of the four quarters from September to May, you will explore the richness of Scripture and Tradition, grow in intimacy with God, and learn and practice tools to demonstrate the love of God in your sphere of influence. Classes are held Monday evenings (6:15 – 9:30 pm) at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 1111 Taylor-Kidd Blvd., Kingston. Apply now at or contact Miriam at for more information.

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