Beginning in January, there will be no Mass on Wednesday evenings. Mass resumes April 8. Novena prayers will be offered on Thursdays in January, February and March.
The next issue of our parish magazine “More Good News” is scheduled to be distributed the weekend of Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. This edition features an article on the new immigrant population of the parish, the “Next Generation” profile of Mike Peterson, an “In the Pews” story on Laura Weimer (the Jay-K lady) and a fea...Read more
Hayley Oliver sometimes likes to escape. She loves acting, reading and writing – activities that allow her to become other people or live life outside of herself. But when she’s back to being Haley, she is a grounded individual with a deep affection for her faith. You’re involved with the theater club at school. How did you get interested in actin...Read more
In addition to all of us being encouraged to bring our Catholic friends, relatives and neighbors to practice our faith by attending weekend Mass, we strongly encourage anyone who participates at the parish level and benefits from our programs and beautiful liturgies to register in the parish. Anyone who has children in our Faith Formation Program, ...Read more
- TAKE A SNEAK PEAK AT THE NEXT ‘MORE GOOD NEWS’
- WINE WON’T BE SHARED IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY
- NEXT GENERATION: HAYLEY IN ACT 1, SCENE 1 OF LIFE
- ARE YOU AN OFFICIAL MEMBER OF THE PARISH FAMILY?
A new children’s youth group is being formed called GIFT—Growing In Faith Together. This group will be separate from our regular Sunday morning Faith Formation classes and is open to all children in our parish who are in elementary school. It will give them an opportunity to participate in fun activities as part of the faith community atMount Carmel/Blessed Sacrament. Contact Terri Panuccio for details at 724-3950 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At our request, the Utica Police Department has furnished us with several new handicapped parking spaces on Jay Street. We ask for everyone’s consideration for those with a true handicap. Also, be advised that there should be no parking in front of the church on Catherine Street where the curb has been painted yellow. That area must be kept open for emergency vehicles.
At 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19, Bishop Thomas Costello conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation on our parish candidates. We ask your prayers for the following young parishioners who have been preparing to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation: Gabriel James Altamuro, Lorenzo Leo Colon, Alexa Anne Conley, Mariesa Cecilia Cozza, Nicholas Deon, David Isidore Dispirito, George Vincent Fanelli, Richard Joseph Ferraiola, Patricia Marguerita Mazzatti, Hayley Blaise Oliver, Vincenzo Anthony Panuccio, Michael Patrick, Peterson, Nicholas Joseph Sullivan and Abigail Claire Trunfio.