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Saturday, November 24, 2018 - 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Sign up in the Atrium

Gather up the family, encourage friends and start the season of Advent in a truly meaningful way.

Everyone is invited to participate
No crafting experience necessary!

There is a $5 charge for each wreath made which includes candles, bows, plates with foam and evergreens.  If you have your own clippers and garden gloves, bring them along.

A light lunch of homemade soups, breads and desserts will be provided.  The wreaths will be blessed and then taken home.

Sign- up sheets are in the atrium for those who wish to make soups, breads or desserts.

Sponsored by the St. Anthony’s Angels

Last year, in order to better address the needs of the families we serve and to provide them with the flexibility to purchase items they truly need or want, we began the gift card program.  We were able to gift over 400 individuals with gift cards of $25 each.

We continue this program again this year.  To those who wish to participate in The Giving Tree, we are asking for gift cards from Walmart and Target in increments of  $5 and $10, or to give a monetary donation.

Monetary donations (placed in an envelope marked for the Giving Tree) and Gift cards may be placed in the collection basket, in the wooden lock box in the atrium or given to the parish office no later than December 9th for distribution on December 14th.


Year of the Family: Dec. 3, 2017-Nov. 25, 2018: On the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, Bishop Cunningham offers a four practical, powerful, and effective ways to form a domestic church within our own families: prayer and worship, formation, community, and service. To learn more, we invite you to visit syracusediocese.org and click on YEAR OF THE FAMILY. May the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph be your patrons during this special year and together in our parish communities, may we come to know our true vocation.

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Sunday 9:00 AM
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Confessions Mon, Wed, Fri 8:00 AM

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