Have a Mass said for a Loved One
Having a Mass offered for an individual is a wonderful gift. Masses can be offered in memory of a deceased individual, for a loved one’s birthday or anniversary, or just to let someone know he/she is being thought of in a special way.
Intentions are offered during Tuesday and Wednesday weekday masses, and can be scheduled with our Parish Secretary in the parish office. Mass cards are available to give to an individual or family to notify them of the date and time of the Mass. The suggested donation is $15.
Masses can be booked a year in advance. To schedule a Mass intention on a specific date, please contact us early as dates fill quickly, especially our 9:00am Masses. Please call our parish secretary at (518)-462-1336, or complete the form to begin the mass intention process.
We’re Here for You!
Pastoral Care Ministries embrace Christ’s mission to serve those who are hospitalized, homebound, frail and aging and those residing in adult care facilities, the bereaved and those facing crisis. We strive to share the love of Christ in ministering to all our parishioners in need.
Request Pastoral Care Assistance Below
Whether it be hospital visits, delivery of the Eucharist, a meal, our office wants to support you! To learn more about how we can assist, complete the form below
If someone you know is in need of our prayers, please enter their name(s) in the book located in the gathering area of the church. Our Prayer Group prays weekly for all intentions written in the book and intentions are prayed for at our weekend Masses as well.
You may fill out the form below and our Prayer Group Minister, Shari Schillinger, will enter the request into the parish prayer book.
How can we pray for you?
We’re Here to Help!
Whether it be hospital visits, delivery of the Eucharist, or other types of support, our Pastoral Care Office wants to help you! To learn more about how we can assist, contact our Pastoral Care Associate, Linda Green at (518) 462-1336 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our meal ministry team provides short-term home delivered meals to parishioners who have experienced an acute illness, recent hospitalization, death of a loved one, or birth of a new baby. Receiving tangible support from fellow parishioners brings our faith community together in times of need. We can offer you meals for a day, a week or two weeks. Please contact our Pastoral Care office to make arrangements at 518-462-1336 ext 2010
Our Divorce Support group will begin meeting on Sunday, September 25th from 11am – 12pm in the Veronica Room. Taking part in such a group can allow you to overcome obstacles you face in your faith life, so we hope you’ll consider joining today.
We are happy to bring back our A.A program after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Our A.A program is a continuous class that meets from 7 – 8:30pm on Thursdays in the Martin Room. Please contact the parish office at (518) 462-1336 if you are interested in attending.
Led by a certified Bereavement Facilitator, our ‘Seasons of Hope,’ Bereavement Program meets once a week to help those who struggle with the loss of a loved one. This program is scheduled to resume on October 3rd. To learn more about our program, please contact Susan Ikenhoffer at email@example.com