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Worship and Events


Schedule of Masses

Daily:   8 AM and 12:10 PM (Mon-Fri)  in Chapel

Saturdays:  5 PM (Anticipated Mass in Church)

Sundays:  9 AM and 11 AM  (Church)

Holydays of Obligation  8 AM, 12:10 PM, and 7 PM 

(All Holy Day Masses in the Church)

Christian Initiation (RCIA/RCIC) 

Adults and children over seven will participate in the Rite of Christian Inititation, with the Sacraments of Inititiation (Baptism, Confirmation, and First Eucharist) celebrated at the Easter Vigil. 


Baptism of Infants and Children (under 7)

Baptisms take place on the first Sunday of the month at our 11:00 AM Sunday Mass.

Parents must be registered members of the parish.  If they are from another parish, permission of their local parish priest must be received in writing.

Parents are required to attend a Baptism seminar offered by the our parish.

Godparents must be devout Catholics.  They will need to obtain a sponsorship form from their local parishes, stating that they are registered in a parish and practicing Catholics. 

Sacrament of Marriage 

Arrangements should be made at least six months in advance of the wedding date with one of the parish priests. Couples need to meet all the requirements of the Archdiocese of New York.   Please consult our separate page on this website on Weddings.

Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick 

Visits are made to the homebound for communion and Anointing. Please call the parish office to make arrangements.

Sacrament of Penance (Reconciliation)

Saturday afternoons from 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM or by appointment.



Novenas and Devotions
St. Anthony Novena
Each Tuesday after daily Masses.

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Novena
St. Jude Novena

Each Wednesday after daily Masses.

Thirteen Tuesdays in Honor of St. Anthony
Thirteen Tuesdays preceding the Feast
of St. Anthony (June 13)
After each daily Mass.
Stations of the Cross
Fridays during Lent at 7:00 PM in the church. 
Fridays in Lent- Days of Abstinence
On days of abstinence, meat may not be eaten at all. This also includes items made from meat, like gravies and soups. Catholics 14 years of age or older are bound to abstinence on Fridays in Lent, and on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  REMEMBER:  THERE IS NO UPPER AGE LIMIT ON ABSTINENCE.  You are not excused from abstaining from meat if you have reached a certain age.  However, those who have health issues which prevent them from abstaining from meat on these days should seek other forms of penance.

ASH WEDNESDAY AND GOOD FRIDAY ARE DAYS OF ABSTINENCE AND FASTING.  Fasting and abstinence are not the same.  Fasting is different than abstinence.  Fasting means one full meal, two light meals, with no eating in between meals. 
Catholics from 18 to 59 are bound to the obligation of fasting.    Those who have health issues may find other means of penance if fasting is impossible.