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Medium (50%)Mass ScheduleNo
Monday , Tuesday, Thursday  8:30am
      Rosary is prayed at 8:10am

Wednesday 6pm   
      Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help is prayed at 5:30pm

First Friday  8:30am
     Followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament with Adoration until Noon
     Noon - Benediction

Saturday Vigil:  4:30pm
Sunday  8am and 10am


Sacrament of Reconcilation  
  Saturday at 3pm


There will be No Daily Mass on Monday, March 11

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​Office Phone: 724-736-4442

Office Fax:  724-736-8403

Office Email: sjbperry@dioceseofgreensburg.org


OFFICE HOURS:     

Monday - Friday   9am to 3pm   

Closed daily for lunch 12pm - 1pm 

The Parish Office is Closed during funerals


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​Pastor
Father Alvin Cabungcal

724-736-4442
acabungcal@dioceseofgreensburg.org​


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​Adelle Slebodnik, Business Manager

724-736-4442
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Scott Martin, Director of Faith Formation

724-736-4442
smartin@dioceseofgreensburg.org



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Stations of the Cross -- Fridays of Lent

Noon and 7pm


Lenten Ecumenical Services with the Perryopolis Ministerium

Wednesdays of Lent, beginning at Noon

March 13 at United Methodist Church, Perryopoli

March 20 at Perryopolis First Christian Church

March 27 at United Methodist Church, Perryopolis

April 3 at Harmony Presbyterian Church, Wickhaven

April 10 at St. John the Baptist


Tenebrae Service - Palm Sunday, April 14 at 7pm

The service of Tenebrae, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” is a prolonged meditation on Christ’s suffering.

Readings trace the story of Christ’s passion, music      portrays his Journey, and the power of  silence and    darkness suggests the drama of this momentous day. As lights are extinguished, we ponder the depth of Christ’s suffering and death; and through the return of the small but persistent flame of the Christ candle at the conclusion of the service, we anticipate the joy of ultimate victory.

 

A beautiful way to begin Holy Week.

 



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Sacrament of Reconciliation3/23/2019 3:00 PM
Vigil Mass3/23/2019 4:30 PM
Mass3/24/2019 8:00 AM
Mass3/24/2019 10:00 AM
Sacrament of Reconciliation3/30/2019 3:00 PM
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