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New Bible Study! Hebrews: The New and Eternal Covenant

Embark on a guided tour of the “Holy of Holies” of biblical theology. The book of Hebrews is like a little Catechism. It is steeped in rich truths that are foundational to our Catholic Faith, but its highly refined theological concepts can be difficult for even the most seasoned Bible scholars to unpack.

Presented by Andrew Swafford and Jeff Cavins, Hebrews: The New and Eternal Covenant draws out the riches of this sublime book in a way that makes them easier to understand. It draws connections between the Old and New Testaments, the Liturgy, the Eucharist, the priesthood, and so much more. Most importantly, Hebrews will help Catholics appreciate the astounding generosity of God as they see the wonders he has given us in the Church.

WHEN: Sundays at 10AM beginning with August 8th

WHERE: In-Person and via Zoom

HOW MUCH: $31 for the Workbook

HOW: Fill out the for below or contact Dean Wurtz to sign up!


Point of Contact:

(972) 742-1653

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Married Couples Brunch

Join us as we celebrate the beautiful vocation of marriage!

On Saturday, August 7th 2021 at 10am in the Great Hall, we will be hosting a Married Couples Brunch! Please RSVP below!

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Plano Public Library: Adult Education Programs

Please download the flyer below to see information in English and Spanish about the courses offered in Plano Public Libraries.

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We’re Hiring!

UPDATE 7/12/21: This position has been filled!

General Summary of the Position

To provide skilled administrative service and to help maintain accurate parish records.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Position

  • Provides clerical services to the office manager, ministries and parish organizations 
  • Provides receptionist services for the parish office including the handling routine questions about policies, events, etc. and greeting visitors.
  • Distributes mail and other related material.
  • Maintains Mass Intentions software
  • Monitors key control for parish ministry use of facilities.
  • Obtains Clergy for anointing/sick calls
  • Handles cash/credit card donations
  • Answers & transfers calls or takes messages when staff is unavailable
  • Assist in additional duties per request of the pastor.

Position Requirements

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Individual must be bilingual English and Spanish.
  • Individual must have well developed “people skills” in interacting with all who come to the parish office.
  • Individual must have the ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters.
  • Ability to solve practical problems while dealing with a variety of concrete variables 
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
  • Individual must be computer literate.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Individual must have knowledge of and experience in using a personal computer, must have proficient typing skills
  • Three to five years working in a general office setting with the public is desired.     

Please contact Mike Zeleski if you are interested in this position.
Phone: (972) 423-5600 ext. 221

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Pictures: Father Henry’s Farewell Potluck

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Fullness of Truth Conference : Pictures

The “Fullness of Truth” Conference this weekend was a great success! We hosted Steve Ray, Trent Horn, and Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers at our parish who shared their insights into the beauty of the Catholic Church.

Below are some pictures of the event!

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Friday, June 11th Updated Mass Schedule

Although it was previously communicated that Mass today had been cancelled, our parish will celebrate Mass today for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Updated Schedule:

  • 5:00 PM English Mass
  • 10:00 PM Spanish Mass
  • 10:30 PM Overnight Eucharistic Adoration

Confessions remain cancelled. The Saturday 8:00AM Mass for the Immaculate Heart of Mary will proceed as scheduled.

Thank you for your patience!

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Priest Announcements


Fr. Marco Rangel

Father Marco
Ordained June 5, 2010

Fr. Roshan Fernandez

Father Roshan
Ordained June 1, 2019

We’re blessed and proud to have them here at St. Mark! We ask that you continue to pray for our priests here at St. Mark, and all the priests around the world as they continue to serve God, His people, and His Holy Church.


Fr. Ricardo Regalado will be coming to St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church as a Parochial Vicar. Fr. Ricardo is a newly ordained priest for the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. He was ordained on June 5th, 2021. We are excited to welcome Fr. Ricardo to our parish!


Fr. Henry Eraz
Father Henry
Serving St. Mark since 2014
Ordained Feb. 20, 1998

As of July 1st 2021, Fr. Henry Erazo, currently serving as one of our St. Mark Parochial Vicars, will be moving to St. Ann in Kaufman as Pastoral Administrator. Fr. Henry has been an integral part in our community here at St. Mark and he will be dearly missed. On Sunday, June 27th 2021 at 3PM, we will be hosting a Farewell Potluck in the Great Hall of the Parish Center to celebrate Father Henry. Bring your families (and your favorite dish to share) for an afternoon with your St. Mark Community and to say goodbye to Father Henry.

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COVID-19 Updates

Updated: July 16th, 2021

Bishop’s Latest Decree

Bishop Edward Burns will be restoring the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days starting on Sunday, August 15th 2021.

Click the button below to read the full statement.

COVID-19 Guidelines

As the number of vaccinated individuals increase and restrictions have begun to ease across the country and within our Diocese, at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church, we continue to recommend (not require) the use of face coverings on our campus as a precautionary measure. Whether you chose to wear a face mask or not, we encourage you to continue demonstrating mutual respect and compassion for your fellow parishioners as we transition into this new phase.

More Details:

  • Mass Attendance, Sacraments, Ministry Meetings do not require the use of face coverings, but are still encouraged in close spaces.
  • During Mass, those who wish to receive the Holy Eucharist in the tongue are no longer required to wait until the end of the line.
  • During Mass, the right side of the sanctuary will be reserved for those who wish to social distance, meaning alternate pews will remain unseated.
  • St. Mark Catholic School has separate guidelines for students, faculty, and visitors.

We thank you for your cooperation!

Walk-In Vaccination Clinic Coming to St. Mark

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Youth Ministry Summer Event Schedule!

Middle and High School Teens are all welcome!

Our Middle School and High School Youth Ministries have many activities planned this summer to keep your teen engaged!

Visit for more information!