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  • DECREES ABOUT OLD CHURCH PROPERTY

     

    Bishop Gainer has signed two decrees for the alienation of our York Haven Church property as well as the deconsecration and regulation of the same property.   Both decrees can be read by clicking on the two links below:  

    Decree of Alienation

    Decree
    of Deconsecration

  • Calendar

  • Lenten events

    March 31: Soup & Bread (5:30pm)
                       Stations of the Cross (7pm)
    April 2:      Parish Penance Service (7pm)
    April 7:      Soup & Bread (5:30pm)
                       Stations of the Cross (7pm)
                       Eucharistic Devotions (7:30pm)

    HOLY WEEK
    April 8:     Confessions (6pm)
    April 9:     Palm Sunday
    April 10:  Chrism Mass - St. Patrick Cathedral 5p
    April 13:  Mass of the Lord's Supper (7pm)
                     Adoration (until 10pm)
                    Night Prayer (10pm)
    April 14:  Passion Service (3pm)
                     Stations of the Cross (7pm)
    April 15:  Confessions (11am)
                     Blessing of Food Baskets (12pm)
                     Easter Egg Hunt (1pm)
                     Easter Vigil Mass (8pm)
    April 16:  Mass (7:30am)
                     Mass (9am)
                     Mass (11am)



     

  • YORK DEANERY CATHOLIC SCHOOL STUDY

    From Father Sawicki:
    Since we began this study in November, most of the quantitative data from our parishes and schools has arrived.  All six principals and all eight pastors of our deanery schools and parishes have been interviewed regarding the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities of, as well as the threats to, Catholic Education.  Approximately fifty pages of qualitative data have been collected so far! Our next step is to conduct interviews with groups of lay volunteers. 
     
    We would like to hear from our parishioners and school families.  An electronic survey has been created for your input regarding general areas of Catholic Education.  The goal of this survey is to receive feedback from people who chose Catholic education, who have not chosen Catholic education, who may choose Catholic education, and those who have chosen Catholic education in the past.  We are hopeful to receive a good “pulse” from our community, so your encouragement of friends and fellow parishioners to complete this form of data collection is VERY important. Please use the link below to take the survey

    https://goo.gl/forms/3CMebCYU2y9NivD73