The Day of Penance is Tuesday 28, 2017. Penance Service with Confessions is at St. Patrick 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm, and St. Mary at 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
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Parish Mission: Re-Evangelization

LENT: What Does it Mean? Why and how to Participate 

This Youtube video by Allison Low explains the meaning and importance of Lent, what we do and why, and how we can make Lent a deeply spiritual time of growth. Watch video:


Many people wonder why they should confess their sins to a priest. Why can't I just confess my sins to God? Didn't Scripture say that Jesus Christ is the only Mediator between God and man? So why do I have to go to a priest for forgiveness? This Youtube video answers these question


Return to me, says the Lord, and I will return to you, hear your voice and heal you

The Day of Penance is Tuesday March 28, 2017. Penance Services with Confessions are scheduled as follws:

12:30 pm - 3:30 pm - St. Patrick Church, Mout Morris, NY

3:00 pm - 7:30 pm - St. Mary Church, Geneseo, NY

You have prayed, fasted and done many works of charity. It is time to cleanse yourself by asking for forgiveness for all known and unknown sins. No one is perfect, but God. All have sinned and are in need of God's grace and mercy. Do not miss out on this sacred chance to be reconciled to God, to yourself and to your neighbors. Now is the day of atonement! Now is the time of fulfillment; the time to draw strngth from the Lord, to dip yourself into the cleansing water of atonement. May the good Lord send you the Holy Spirit to prepare your heart and give you the disposition to ask for and receive Divine Healing through this Holy Sacrament of Penance.

Peace be with you!

Fr. Bernard Dan

Parochial Administrator.


Each week we present a video link that addresses a major topic of our Catholic Faith and Life. This week's topic is THE REAL PRESENCE OF CHRIST IN THE HOLY EUCHARIST. Watch video:

Strength in Community Through Christ

As we embark on our mission this year of re-evangelization, we remind ourselves again of the gospel message we received when we first believed, and to rekindle the fire, our passion, for the Word of God, remaining open to the Holy Spirit who alone can renew us in strength and zeal to carry on. One of our goals is to reachout to our brothers and sisters who no longer participate actively in community worship and Parish Life. The following story written by an anonymous explains why this re-invitation to renewal is important.

“A certain pastor in a country parish heard that one of his parishioners was going about announcing that he would no longer attend church services.  Read More.

Christmas and the New Evangelization | A Statement by Bishop Matano

Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and most recently Pope Francis have written and spoken about the New Evangelization, which “calls each of us to deepen our faith, believe in the Gospel message and go forth to proclaim the Gospel, for all to renew their relationship with Jesus Christ” (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops). It is especially important for the Church, which Pope Francis has likened to a “field hospital,” to reach out to those who, for some reason, have experienced a crisis of faith and have stopped attending Mass or attend infrequently. Read More

What Your Pastor Won’t Tell you About Parish Giving

 The average share of our income that we U.S. Catholics give to our Church (including not just weekly parish giving, but special collections and other Church-related charities) is a mere 1% – the same as it’s been as long as anyone’s been counting. That’s the lowest percentage of giving of any major religious denomination in the United States. The truth is that fewer than 1 in 3 Americans who identify themselves as Catholic attend Mass on a “regular” basis (defined as at least once a month). And of those regular attendees, only 30% give to the support of their parish. Of those, many are likely to toss the same 2 or 3 crumpled dollar bills into the collection basket as their parents did before them. And this in a time when just keeping the lights on, the boiler heated up, the organ in tune, and the parking lot free of potholes costs more than ever. Read more


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Weekend Masses

St. Mary Church:

Sundays 8am, 10:15am, 5:30pm* (when college is in session)

St. Patrick Church:

Sundays 10am

St. Lucy Church:

Saturday Vigil 4pm

Holy Angels Church:

Sundays 8:15am

Weekday Masses

St. Thomas Aquinas:

Wednesdays 8am
Fridays 8am

St. Patrick Church:

Tuesdays 8am

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Holy Days

Click here or on the title above to view Holy Days of Obligation for this year. Mass Schedules can be found in the Bulletin.

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St. Lucy Church:

Saturdays 3:30-4pm

St. Mary Church:

Sundays 5-5:30pm


Please call the parish office to schedule your child's Baptistm.


Arrange at least six months in advance at the Parish Office.

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