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Small (25%)Mass & Liturgical ScheduleNo

SUNDAY MASSES
Saturday: 5:30 PM
Sunday: 9:30 AM

WEEKDAY MASSES
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: 8:30 AM (Adoration following)

HOLY DAY MASSES
Anticipated: 6:00 PM
Day: 12:10 PM

CONFESSIONS
Saturdays: 11:00 AM, 4:30 PM

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Medium (50%)Annual ReportNoYes
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Small (25%)Clergy & StaffNo
 
Senior Priest Active

Pastoral Assistant to the Homebound
Sr. Vinaya Kurian, SMI
 
Director of Faith Formation
 
Assistant to the Director of Faith Formation
James Peterman
 
Organist and Director of Music
George Pecoraro

Secretary, Bulletin Editor & Ministry Scheduler
Sharon Robson
 
Business Manager
George Pecoraro
 
Cemetery & Facilities Manager & Property Rentals Contact
Alex Nemeth

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Small (25%)Faith Formation Registration, 2021-2022NoYes
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Small (25%)Help with volunteer clearancesNo
PARISH VOLUNTEERS - HELP WITH CLEARANCES RENEWAL

State Police (Criminal clearance): https://epatch.state.pa.us/
  • free; Use [NEW RECORD CHECK]
  • instant results
  • Send us the certificate; keep one.
Affidavit (fingerprinting workaround): see attached
  • Take to notary. Suzanne D. at St. Gertrude will do it for free.
  • Send us a notarized copy; keep one.
Keeping the Promise Alive 3.0 (a brief Virtus follow-up): www.virtus.org

  • Have cell phone and/or e-mail ready as they confirm or reset your password.
  • Certificate will be mailed.
  • Send us the certification; keep a copy.

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Small (25%)PA Catholic Bishops Prioritize Safety as Mass Obligation ResumesNo

Jesus commanded his followers to care for the sick and to bring physical and spiritual healing to everyone. In that spirit, the Catholic bishops of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania have issued this statement:

Caring for the health, safety and spiritual wellbeing of parishioners and their communities is a priority of all the bishops of Pennsylvania. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, dioceses have made every effort to implement best practices in public health for every aspect of parish life.  Each diocese is continuously re-evaluating coronavirus mitigation efforts, frequently consulting with state and federal healthcare experts and constantly monitoring data. Diocesan leaders are listening to input from parishioners, including those with medical expertise, as cases of the Delta and other new variants are surging.

It is now evident that this global health crisis could linger for months or years to come. Our call as shepherds is to provide the Eucharist in a safe environmentTo that end, each diocesan bishop will communicate to the faithful, asking them to prioritize their own health and the health of their neighbors and faith communities. 

As previously announced, the bishops are reinstating the obligation to attend Mass in person on Sundays and holy days beginning on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021. However, by longstanding Church law, this obligation does not apply to those who are:

• Sick
• Have a serious health risk
• In a household with those at risk
• Primary caregivers to those at risk
• Have serious anxiety or concerns about being in a large-group setting due to COVID-19
• Unable to attend Mass in person

As an act of charity, anyone who believes he or she might have COVID-19, or one of its variants, should stay home.

Those who are legitimately excused from Mass on Sundays and Holy Days are encouraged to spend time in prayer, meditating on the death and Resurrection of the Lord, reading the sacred Scriptures, and uniting themselves to Christ. They are also encouraged to investigate the numerous options to view broadcasts and streams of Mass, which are continuing across the state. 

While masks are not currently mandated, each parishioner is strongly encouraged to make a responsible decision about the use of masks and vaccinations

Our coronavirus mitigation efforts will continue to evolve, based on the most up-to-date public health information. Each bishop will continue to communicate with his faithful as changes become necessary.

The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference is based in Harrisburg and is the public affairs arm of PA’s Catholic bishops.

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Small (25%)Mission of FaithNo

Missions in Action: Help support the tidal wave of need. Prayerfully consider visiting www.DioceseofGreensburg.org/Missions to support the 2021 Missions of Faith Appeal of the Diocese of Greensburg.


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