The STA Holy Name Society will be selling raffle tickets starting Oct. 6th. Only 200 tickets will be available. This will replace the annual Turkey Party in the fall. If 150 tickets are sold, the Grand Prize will be $1500. Winners drawn after Mass on Nov. 16th at the Pasta Dinner in school gym. Ticket holders receive FREE admission. Please see the bulletin for more details!
Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 7:30pm — St. Patrick’s Church
Southern Tier Singers’ Collective opens the season with music for the Commemoration of All Souls, featuring Herbert Howells’ sumptuous Requiem and his motet Take Him, Earth, for Cherishing, written in memory of JFK, as well as Dale Trumbore’s How to Go On, an intimate yet expansive exploration of the human experience of loss and perseverance.
At St. Patrick’s Daily Mass will be offered Saturday mornings at 8 o’clock. This is in response to the lack of any Saturday morning mass in the Triple Cities. All are welcome to join us to worship our Lord in the Eucharist each Saturday.
Eucharistic Adoration is available 24/7 in the Divine Mercy Chapel at St. Patrick’s. A source of peace, joy, and calm. Come be still and let Him speak to you. “Can you attend one hour with Me, and I with you?” Please call St. Patrick’s office at 722-1060.
Grammar – St. Thomas Aquinas
JV – St. Thomas Aquinas
Varsity – St. Thomas Aquinas
Our hearty congratulations to all the coaches, players and their families as STA CYO sweeps the Championship! We extend our appreciation to our moderators for their time, dedication, and heart for the youth of our community. The coaches and monitors would like to thank Msgr. John Putano for all his support.
Whenever a family member is in any of the area hospitals or nursing homes and would like a visit by a staff member of St. Patrick’s or St. Thomas Aquinas, please be sure to call the office at (607) 722-1060 for St. Patrick’s and (607) 797-4015 for St. Thomas Aquinas and let us know where they are a patient.