Beginning on Saturday July 2, Mass will be broadcast
live every weekend from one of our three churches
on the following schedule:
Saturday, July 2 - 4:00 PM at St. Paul the Apostle
Sunday, July 10 - 9:30 AM at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Sunday, July 17 - 11:00 AM at St. Adalbert
If you are not able to join us live, Mass will be available on YouTube to watch at any time after Mass ends.
To watch more video messages from Father Frisoni visit our YouTube Channel
July 3, 2022
I pray that this Fourth of July weekend will be a time of rest for you and an opportunity to reflect on the gifts of freedom from the Lord. In the United States, we have the freedom to practice our faith—and indeed we should. Freedom is a precious gift from almighty God to perform the works of discipleship. Happy Fourth of July weekend to you.
June 25, 2022
This week, we end our month-long celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of St. Paul the Apostle Parish. It has been a joy-filled month rejoicing on this occasion, beginning with our reception at the Mohawk Golf Club on June 5 and culminating this week in a special pastoral visit on Saturday, June 25 by our shepherd, Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger. As a parish family for one hundred years, we have joyfully proclaimed the Good News, which is to bring persons closer to Christ Jesus wherever they may be on their life journey. May God grant each of our parish families much spiritual growth as we continue the mission of Christ. Happy anniversary!
June 12, 2022
Trinity Sunday homily -- this afternoon, I phoned four “contacts” I haven’t spoken to or heard from in years, which was a blessing. Reach out as God does: which of your “contacts” will you call and pray for today?
Twelve years ago, five priests performed the ministries that I cover today: Father Donlon (Judicial Vicar), Father Sullivan (Judge), Father Hohenstein (Pastor), Father Pagones (Pastor), and Father Urban (Pastor); each performed full-time ministry for the office entrusted to them. Today, three of these five priests are deceased. Although necessary due to the shortage of priests today, it is not typical for one priest to be assigned five ecclesiastical offices simultaneously.
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