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The Church is where the Lord comes to us in His Word and Sacraments. He comes to unite Himself with us in Holy Communion. We become One with Him and with one another-the Body of Christ. In the celebrations of our Liturgies we as pilgrims are connected to our final end in a special way. This is a spiritual opportunity to reflect on God’s love for us as members of this parish and to ask for the grace to deepen our understanding of Christ’s Mission in our community. We want to use this moment to grow in Faith, Love, and Charity. Pray also that we may not lack the necessary financial resources to complete the work we have started. We entrust this process to the intercession of Mary Immaculate, our Patroness.
There will be NO Adoration/Holy Hour during the renovation.
Follow along with our monthly scripture schedule and review our resources from our studies on the Early Church Fathers, the Creeds, the Book of Mark and the Book of John.
Carmelite Order: contact Pat Brazo
Cursillo Ultreyas: contact Barb Manning
Divine Mercy Cenacle: contact Jennifer Sparrow
Endow: contact Trish Burgess
Knights of Columbus: contact William Brooks
Knights of Columbus Auxiliary: contact Dinah Collins
Mercy Associates: contact Mary Edsall-Golway or Dinah Collins
Pietra Fitness: contact Pat Ober
Seven Sisters Apostolate: contact Jan Nye
St Joseph Prayer Group: contact Liz Burns
St Paul Street Evangelization: contact Darren Pereira
There are many opportunities to attend presentations and guest lectures about spiritual matters at Cornell University. We also partner with the Cornell Catholic Community for our Young Adult Program.