PARISH NEWS

Gallery: ‘The Music Lives On’ memorial concert

“The Music Lives On: A Tribute to Pasquale Caputo and Joanna Moore” took place Sunday, Sept. 25, presented by Chelsea Opera. Performers included Chelsea co-founder Leonarda Priore, mezzo soprano; Bill Doherty, piano; Dominick Corbacio, tenor; and Mary Molnar, soprano. Utica-native Caputo, an operatic tenor and former Mount Carmel parishioner, died in 2017 at age 82. […]

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CALL TO WORSHIP & CENTERING PRAYERS

26th Sunday of Ordinary Time Call to worship Those who hear and heed the Gospel cannot neglect or ignore the poor. They do not close their doors or borders. They do not become complacent with their wealth. Prophets have asked us to share for ages. When will the world listen? To the point: The rich […]

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THE WORD OF GOD THIS WEEK

26th Sunday of Ordinary Time Reflection: Time to respond to those in need By SISTER MARY McGLONE Once, Jesus told a parable about a rich man and Lazarus, the only person ever named in Jesus’ parables. He told it to shake up his audience. Today, we’re his audience. Luke recounts this parable with shrewd social […]

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PREPARING FOR NEXT WEEK

27th Sunday of Ordinary Time Reflection: Increasing your faith take work By SISTER MARY McGLONE “How long, O Lord! Why don’t you intervene!” How many times have believers joined Habakkuk in this desperate lament? Do we not cry out for divine justice as we look at Ukraine, Syria, police brutality, untimely deaths, people who entice […]

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Hope Appeal campaign returns; be as generous as possible

The Hope Appeal is the annual giving campaign of the Diocese of Syracuse. Every year, the programs and services supported by the Hope Appeal touch countless lives in every city, town and rural area in our diocese. Our parish is part of the diocese and has a responsibility to help those in need as a […]

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CALL TO WORSHIP & CENTERING PRAYERS

25th Sunday of Ordinary Time Call to worship Today’s scriptures call us to understand that earthly wealth must be shared, that disciples of Jesus are called to compassion and empathy, and to consciously advocate and provide for those in need. To the point. The wily servant has concern only for his immediate future and uses […]