Saturday 4:30 pm
Sunday: 7:00am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am
Monday & Wednesday 9:00 am
Tuesday & Thursday 6:30 am
Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 6:30 am
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 9:00 am
Saturday at 3:30-4 pm
This weeks liturgy schedule
This weeks bulletin
Sunday September 24th is the Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund
From Bishop Cunningham:
We have all been watching and praying for those affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. The damage caused by this hurricane is unprecedented and will take years to recover fully. I am inviting all parishes to join with dioceses across the country in taking up a second collection for Hurricane Harvey relief. Envelopes will be available in the pews the next two weeks (9/10 & 9/17). Please ask parishioners to make checks payable to Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund– in the memo they may indicate Catholic Charities USA. Checks can be placed in the collection basket during mass or mailed to Diocese of Syracuse, 240 East Onondaga Street, Syracuse NY 13202. Please indicate Disaster Relief on the outside of the envelope. We will collect the funds and send a check to Catholic Charities USA . Thank you in advance for your efforts and generosity.
Saturday 4:30pm: Fr. Peter Worn Presider and Deacon Rich Camaione Homilist
Sunday 7am: Fr. Peter Worn Presider and Deacon Rich Camaione Homilist
Sunday 9am: Fr. Peter Worn Presider and Deacon Rich Camaione Homilist
Sunday 11am: Fr. Bob Scully Presider and Homilist
This week we pray for: Ross Sanford & William Beard
At this time, we have begun registration for Confirmation. If you have a student entering 9th grade and have not received a registration form, please contact Jodi at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will gladly mail you a form.
We do not offer online Registration due to the various signatures and information required by the diocese (you can still register your younger children online with Faith Formation as you normally do.)
We look forward to taking this journey with your child into this important Sacrament.
We, the Roman Catholic Faith Community of St. Joseph’s Parish, Camillus, welcome everyone in the Spirit of the Good News of Jesus Christ through prayer, liturgy, education, stewardship and service to all under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We want our parish to be a place where we all journey to the Kingdom of God and grow in our faith together.