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In the celebration of Holy Eucharist, we experience Christ's gracious presence in the sacraments of bread and wine. In this act of thanksgiving, we are drawn deeper into the mystery of God's life and are blessed with a glimpse of a table fellowship where we are united with all of God's people everywhere, past and present.
In the house that bears the name of Mary, we proclaim that her son Jesus, who embodies God's life, has forever broken the grip of death with the embrace of love. And everyone is invited into that life. At St. Mary of the Harbor, there is a place for everyone at the table where the Word of love is spoken and God's grace is revealed.
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