St. Mary's Church of Auburn, NY
Where All Are Welcome
Weekend Masses of Obligation
Saturday at 5:30 pm
Sunday at 7:00 am, 9:45 am, 12:00 noon
Monday through Friday 7:00 am
Saturday 7:45 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Individual confessions on Saturday: 4-5 pm. Communal Penance Services during Advent and Lent.
LITURGICAL THEMES AND
FEASTS FOR OCT:
Rosary Month is now
officially Respect Life Month,
while still observing Respect Life
Sunday (6). Fair Trade USA asks
us to support lives in the developing markets in October as well. If
other ways to champion life are
sought, consider International Day
of Older Persons (1) to fight ageism; upholding the basic right to
shelter on World Habitat Day (2)
and also the International Day of
Non-Violence on Gandhi’s birthday (2); Blessing of Animals’ Day
(4); World Teachers’ Day (5);
Child Health Day (7); World Mental Health Day (10); World Food
Day (16); International Day for the
Eradication of Poverty, founded
by priest Joseph Wresinski (17);
Pastoral Care Week, honoring all
spiritual caregivers (20-26); and
celebrating the United Nations
charter that aims to unite our divided world (24). In addition, the
church observes World Mission
Sunday (20) and Priesthood Sunday (27). The U.S. church particularly celebrates Mother Theodore
Guerin (3), Blessed Francis Xavier
Seelos (5), and Isaac Jogues and
companions (19). In this segment
we also add All Saints’ Day (holy
day of obligation, Nov. 1) and All
Souls’ Day (Nov. 2). Secular observances include Columbus Day
(12) and Halloween (31).
Your CMA donation is a way of sharing the fruits of your labor to make a difference for your sisters and brothers in Christ, for our parish and for our Church. Your gifts to the CMA are critical to the care and education of our seminarians, deacon candidates and pastoral leaders, religious education in the parishes and schools, and services provided by the Diocese to support of parish life and ministry. CMA funds are not used to pay legal fees for Chapter 11 or settlements for abuse claims.
Diocese of Rochester's Reorganization Under Chapter 11, Our Parish and Funds Will Not Be Directly Affected.
For more info and FAQs click here https://www.dor.org/reorganization/
PARISH VISITS: Are you or someone you know (in the Auburn NY area) in need of prayer, companionship, or other support during a period of illness or rehabilitation after surgery? A friendly reminder that all parishioners should feel no hesitation to ask for a visit from a priest or from another parish minister. Visits can include the reception of Holy Communion as requested. Simply call the parish office at 315-252-9545 to request a visit.
Do you feel called to help others who are hurting as they work through some event you have personally gone through in the past? If so, then becoming a Stephen Minister may be the ideal way for you to be trained to answer the call.
"Stephen Ministry is the one-to-one lay caring ministry that takes place in congregations to equip and empower lay caregivers—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting". There is a local presentation by Stephen Ministries being offered on Saturday October 19th from 9 AM to 1 PM. If you may be interested please call Dc. Dennis 315 406 1538 for additional information before October 15th.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: Baptism is an incredible
gift, filling one with God's grace and wiping away original
sin. Many parents seek baptism for a newborn child. We
are enhancing our pre-baptism preparations to better
engage new parents in the life of the Church. Requests for
infant baptisms will now follow the following process:
Step 1: Call the parish office to set up an interview with
Pastoral Minister Kathy Lipfert (feel free to contact the parish prior to the
Step 2: The priest or deacon celebrating the baptism will then meet
with both parents (if at all possible) at a time/location of mutual
convenience (date of baptism will be set at this meeting)
Step 3: Deacon Dennis will follow-up with the family at 3-month and
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS:
If you are a baptized Catholic who
never received Confirmation or
First Communion, or if you were
never baptized and wish to join
the Catholic Church, you are welcome. If you know someone who
might be considering becoming
Roman Catholic, who is presently
from another faith tradition,
please invite them to consider
RCIA. For more information on
the Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults (RCIA), please contact
Kathy Lipfert at 315-252-9545 or
email her at Kathy.Lipfert@dor.org.
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St. Mary’s Church
Monthly Pasta Dinner
PASTA DINNER COMES WITH BREAD,SALAD AND BROWNIE
ADULTS 8.00 CHILDREN 6.00
September thru May
2nd Tuesday of the month
Dine in or Take out 5 to 7 pm
Join our Frequent Diner’s Club for a
Chance* to win door prizes of
$500 or $250 or $250
15 Clark St. Auburn
*Attend 6 dinners to receive a chance to win one of three door prizes.
Drawing held May 12, 2020 at 6:30 pm in Schrader Hall
No need to be present to win.
Contemplative Prayer Group
October 18, 2019 10:30 am - 11:30 am
October 20, 2019 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
For a complete list of events, see calendar.