More Church News

More Church News

No Mass

Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 29th, there will not be Mass. There will also NOT be Mass July 5-8 as Fr. Clarence will be on vacation.

Middle School Niagara Falls Pilgrimage

Come join the Diocese of Syracuse Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry on a special summer pilgrimage for middle school students!  We will visit Niagara Falls, ride the Maid of the Mist, visit a Marian Shrine for Mass, and finish off the day with Laser tag and dinner at LASERTRON! This all-day event is open to boys and girls entering grades 6th through 8th. The cost of the trip is $45 per participant and includes all activities, a t-shirt,…

Summer Hours

There is no Mass on Fridays starting June 3rd.  The office and adoration chapel will also be closed on Fridays until after Labor Day weekend.

Upcoming Young Adult events! 

June 17th – Mini Golf & Laser Tag at Chuckster’s 6-8pm   |    $15 per person – If you plan on coming to Chucksters on the 17th, please let me know so we can get a head count for our group rate! June 25th – Hike with Bishop Lucia at Labrador Hollow   |     More info coming soon July 31st – Binghamton Rumble Ponies Game 1pm    |      $8 per person In addition to all these activities, Bishop Lucia…

Bishop Lucia’s Statement Regarding Buffalo

“Racism is evil because it attacks the inherent dignity of the human person, created in the image and likeness of God. The persistence of racism demands our attention now. Racism emerges in the actions and inactions of individuals; and it is embedded in our institutions and public policies. Our faith calls us both to personal conversion and to transformation of our society.” Statement of Bishop Douglas J. Lucia Re:  Buffalo shootings May 20, 2022             …

Thursday, May 26th – Holy Day of Obligation

Mass times are 9am and 5:30pm “The Paschal Mystery culminates in the Ascension of Jesus. After his appearance here on earth in his risen body, and ‘after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he had chosen’ (Acts 1:2), Jesus ‘was lifted up and a cloud took him from their sight’ (Acts 1:9)” (usccb.org).