St. Nicholas Catholic Parish is a center of grace, healing and salvation. Jesus Christ and His Gospel are the heart of our parish. St. Nicholas is a sanctuary where we find a sense of meaning and purpose. The celebration of Mass and the Sacraments are the means by which we give glory to God, and the Eucharist is the food that nourishes our life with Christ. Our faith and hope are in Christ alone, and our love for Jesus makes us willing to share our time, talent and treasure with our neighbors on earth to build the Kingdom of God. St. Nicholas is our support and our family.
5:00 p.m. Saturday
8:00 a.m. Sunday
9:30 a.m. Sunday
11:30 a.m. Sunday
8:30 a.m. in the church, Monday to Saturday
6:30 p.m. on Fridays of Lent, followed by Stations of the Cross at 7:00 p.m.
For emergencies after hours, call 301-490-5116 and follow the directions to reach Father Jack Kennealy, pastor.
- Rev. Jack Kennealy, Pastor
- Rev. Mr. Perry Iannaconi, Deacon
- Mrs. Hope Benson, Director of Religious Education
- Ms. Kathy Schmitt, M.Div., Director of Evangelization (Adult Education/RCIA)
- Mr. Stu Knazic, Director of Music
- Ms. Brinda Albert, Parish Secretary
- Mrs. Debbie Rausch, Bulletin Editor and Asst. Parish Secretary
- Rev. Paul Hill, Weekend Assistant
- Rev. Mr. Frank Hannagan, Retired Deacon
- Mr. Dominic Cipollone, Bookkeeper
- Mr. Ysaac Bernabe, Facilities Manager
Saint of the Day
01/01/70 12:00 am
This feast, the feast of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, honors the hundreds of British men and women who died for their faith in wake of the dispute between the Pope and King Henry VIII during the 16th century. Many loyal Catholics were tortured and killed by the British state from 1535 to 1679. In 1970, the Vatican selected 40 martyrs, men and women, lay and religious, to represent the full group of about 300. Each martyr has their own day of memorial, but they are all remembered as a group on October 25.Read More