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Coronavirus Precaution

Sadly, but with necessity, as of March 16th, all public Masses are suspended in our diocese for Coronavirus precautions.  We remember that the Lord is always in our midst. While we may not be able to gather together, we can stay each pray from our homes. Please continue to monitor our Facebook page and website for more information. 

We are pleased to announce that we will be offering a live Sunday Mass from our parish online at 10:00 am.  
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If you will be watching from your phone, you can download an app for "Zoom" from Andriod or Apple.
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Meeting ID: 106 587 585

This week we will also be livestreaming Mass on Facebook Live. 

Bishop Matano's March 16, 2020 statement on the Coronavirus and the suspension of public Masses.

Bishop Matano's March 17, 2020 Letter to our diocese

For more materials from our diocese on the Coronavirus
go to www.dor.org and see the banner at the top.

You can find a list of places to watch Mass on TV or on the Internet at www.catholiccourier.comHere is information on making an "Act of Spiritual Communion".

Some of our churches will be open for private prayer during the following times:

  • St. Mary's in Geneseo -
    • Sunday from 11:30 am to 7:00 pm
    • Monday-Saturday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • St. Patrick's in Mount Morris - everday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Holy Angels in Nunda - everday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm

We encourage people to stay home for the good of all whenever possible. This includes parish related items. Please call (or email) for all parish business. We will mail any needed items if necessary. If necessary, in person activities will be scheduled ahead. We do this out of genuine concern for all to limit exposure.

In addition to Masses, the following events are cancelled:

  • Wednesday, March 25th - Fr. Jeff's presentation on the Sacraments.  While the in-person presentation has been cancelled here is a video Fr. Jeff made covering the planned material.
  • Mass and Saturday breakfasts after Mass at Holy Angels are cancelled
  • All faith formation classes for children are cancelled until further notice
  • All Thursday Adoration at St. Mary's from 5 to 7 pm until further notice
  • All scheduled times for Stations of the Cross are cancelled until further notice

We have just added a page with prayer resources to our website.  Included are links to Masses streaming on the Internet, where to find them on TV, a perpetual Adoration stream, as well as resources for the Rosary, Stations of the Cross, and other devotions.

Cathy Meyer has begun sending faith formation materials to our families by email.  If you have children in faith formation and are not receiving her emails, please contact her by email.

We will continue to monitor the situation and further changes will be posted here and on our Facebook page.

On Thursday, March 12th, Bishop issued precautions against the spread of the Coronavirus.  You can read the memo at https://catholiccourier.com/sites/default/files/DioceseCoronavirusPrecautions.pdf

You can find other stories about the Coronavirus on the Catholic Courier website

Growing in Relationship with Jesus
At the heart of our faith is a relationship with our Lord.  A life of faith begins in Baptism and grows as we learn about our Lord and what he teaches.  

Increased Offertory Program
"Be the Gift That Makes a Difference"

Where to Find Upcoming Events


St. Luke’s Women’s
One-Day Retreat at Camp Asbury
will be May 20th. 


Our parish mission theme beginning December 1, 2019 (1st Sunday of Advent) is the Year of the Family.  We will be working on activities and spirituality geared for our families to help them live out their faith.  Click here for more information.

A printable version of the below family calendar is available here.

Protecting Our Children and Vulnerable Adults
We take the safety of our children and vulnerable adutls seriously.  Find out more about what our diocese is doing and for newsletters with important information to safeguard those in your care go to https://www.dor.org/safe/

Direct link to newsletters

Responding to Lawsuits
From the NYS Child Victims Acts and Bankruptcy

On September 12, 2019, in response to lawsuits filed under the Child Victims Act, our diocese filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Please click here for our letter from Bishop Matano on this and other information explaining what this means.

To file a claimhttps://case.stretto.com/rochesterdiocese/fileaclaim

Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
It is that time of year when we begin our annual diocesan appeal, the Catholic Ministries Appeal. The video of this year's appeal is now available at https://www.dor.org/giving/catholic-ministries-appeal/.
This video opens with reference to what is going on regarding the abuse scandal. Please note that CMA money is not used to pay lawsuits.

See recent pictures from parish events  

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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St. Mary Church

4 Avon Road, Geneseo, NY 14454

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St. Thomas Aquinas

175 Main Street, Leicester, NY 14481

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St. Patrick Church

46 Stanley Street, Mt. Morris, NY 14510

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St. Lucy Church

2770 Retsof Avenue, Retsof, NY 14539

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Holy Angels Church

45 N Church Street, Nunda, NY 14517

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All Masses, Adoration, and Confessions 
temporarily suspended
due to the Coronavirus

Weekend Masses

St. Mary Church:

Sundays 8am, 10:15am

St. Patrick Church:

Sundays 10am

St. Lucy Church:

Saturday Vigil 4pm

Holy Angels Church:

Sundays 8:15am

Weekday Masses

St. Mary's:

Mondays 8am

St. Thomas Aquinas:

Wednesdays 8am
Fridays 8am

St. Patrick Church:

Tuesdays 8am



St. Lucy Church:

Saturdays 3:30-4pm

For some guidance on going to confession check out:



(times subject to change for Holy Days and special events)

St. Mary's:

Private Adoration
Thursdays 5:00 to 7:00 pm

St. Patrick Church:

Communal Holy Hour
Third Thursday of the month
2:00 to 3:00 pm

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Anointing of the Sick

If you or your loved one have a serious physical illness or a terminal illness, please call one of our priests for the Anointing of the Sick.


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


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

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