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News & Announcements
From the Pastor
As it stands now, because of the reduced number of priests on the parish staff, we will not be reinstating the 12:10 PM Daily Mass after Labor Day.
Our plan is to reinstate this Mass if and when an additional priest is assigned to the parish.
If you are looking for a noontime Mass, both the Church of St. Thomas More (East 89th Street between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue) and St. Jean Baptiste Church (East 76th Street on Lexington Avenue) offer Mass at 12:15 PM.
I apologize for any inconvenience this causes you.
Please know that we are working hard to identify an additional priest to join our wonderful community.
Rev. George M. Witt, S.J.
New Concert Series: Caritas Concerts
September 16th at 6:30 PM
To open its 26th season, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space presents a new charity concert series - Caritas Concerts.
Join us for an evening of refreshment, conversation, and music for vocal quartet and piano by Polydora Ensemble.
Modeled after the less formal salon concerts of the 19th century, it will be a relaxed and personal evening of musical enjoyment and conversation.
With only 200 available seats, the intimate seating places the audience in close proximity to the music.
All proceeds will benefit Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
For tickets and complete information, visit smssconcerts.org
Coming in September
Saturday, September 20th
SVdP Friends of the Poor Walk.
(St. Patrick’s Cathedral).
Sunday, September 21st
Sunday, September 28th
Celebration of Parish Ministries.
Follows the 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM Masses.