St. Joseph's Parish
Welcome to the Catholic Community of St. Joseph's Parish
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH MISSION
3159 Route 9N, Greenfield Center, NY 771 Route 29, Rock City Falls, NY
Our mission is to Serve God and
to Welcome ALL People to God's Love!
We welcome all who would like to join us
for Mass or upcoming events.
See our Mass Schedule below, or visit our Calendar.
Go to the ‘What’s New’ tab above for
Proposed Mass Schedule Changes to start January 2023.
Read the Proposal and take the Survey.
This Week's Readings
Previously Recorded Masses
Pray the Holy Rosary Together
Mass Schedule Weekends: Effective 1-16-2022
Saturday: 4:00 pm St. Joseph's *Stays the same.
Sunday: New 8:00 am St. Paul's (was 8:30am)
New 11:00 am St. Joseph's (was 10:30am)
Mass Schedule Weekdays:
Wednesday: 9:00 am St. Joseph's
Second Monday of the month: 9:00 am St. Paul's
Note: Weekday Mass concludes with Morning Devotion and Morning Prayer for those interested.
Prayer handouts are provided.
Obligatory Holy Days:
See Bulletin for Details.
Go to Bulletin Menu tab above.
Readings: View this week's readings by clicking .
Recordings: View previously recorded masses by clicking .
By appointment with Fr. Simon
Email Fr. Simon at: email@example.com
Pray the Holy Rosary Together:
Sunday 7:00 pm at St. Paul's
Rosaries and prayer guides are available.
The Holy Rosary: Did You Know?
· The Holy Rosary is one of the most cherished prayers of our Catholic Church!
· The opportunity for our parishioners to gather together to pray the rosary takes place every Sunday at 7 pm at St. Paul’s in Rock City Falls!
· ALL parishioners are invited and encouraged to join!
· Rosaries and prayer guides are available!
· There is always someone there to show you how to say the rosary, if you arrive a little early!
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How to Donate to Our Parish
Give to the weekly collections at Mass, called the Parish Offertory.
Mail a check to the Parish Office.
Sign up for the eGiving program.
Our eGiving option provides you with the opportunity to make a secure onetime donation. Or, you can set up recurring donations at a frequency of your choice.
Note this can be changed or cancelled at any time.
Click for the eGiving form.
Click for the eGiving intructions.
For More Information on How To Donate,
please go to the Menu tab above labeled
Parish Organization & Administration, and select
Stewardship, Finance & Donating from the drop down list.
October is the Month of the Rosary
By tradition, the Catholic Church dedicates each month of the year to a certain devotion. The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary, one of the best known of all Catholic devotions.
October includes the
Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, October 7th.
The best way to celebrate the month is, of course, to pray the Rosary, but these additional prayers can be incorporated into our daily prayers during this month, too.
In order to increase awareness of, and encourage this devotion, we will begin the recitation of the Rosary after the homily at every weekend mass in October, encouraging each of you to finish the rosary later in the day.
COVID-19 Update: February 11, 2022
MASKS NOT REQUIRED
at all masses & indoor events until further notice.
As you may be aware, the Governor of New York has ended the mask mandate for all indoor gatherings. This took effect on February 10, 2022.
In keeping with this expiration of the mask mandate in New York State, the Diocese of Albany will no longer mandate that masks be worn in diocesan churches and offices,
effective February 10, 2022.
However, the diocese encourages Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion to continue to wear a mask during the distribution of Communion.
On that note too, any parishioner who feels like wearing a mask is encouraged to do so, either because of compromised immune system or any other medical condition.
We will continue to bring up the gifts at Mass after the collection. This will include just the ciborium, the book of prayer intentions, and the collection basket.
May God bless you all for your patience and understanding during this challenging times.