St. Christopher's Church

 3350 Union St. North Chili, NY 14514     585.594.1400     @stchristophernchili

Weekday Mass

Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.
(No Services Monday, Thursday & Friday at this time.)

Weekend Mass

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m.

Parish Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - Noon

Reconciliation

Saturday: 3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. or by appointment.

CMA NEWS: As of May 12, we have 213 donors who have pledged $55,978.44. This brings us to a little below 90% of our goal.

The campaign ends next week (May 31) so we have a FINAL SECOND COLLECTION for CMA AT BOTH MASSES THIS WEEKEND. So, let’s come together as a community! WE CAN DO THIS!!!

 

Visit the CMA Diocesan Website to contribute HERE. 

Confirmation Congratulations!

On May 4, teens from St. Christopher's celebrated Confirmation at Sacred Heart Cathedral with Bishop Matano. Please keep these young people in your prayers and be sure to congratulate them and their families on this holy sacrament. May the Holy Spirit fill their hearts and light their way!

Adam Sargent           

Ashley Yates                      

Carter Brady

Cassidy Wilt

Christopher Doody

Kathryn Shauber

Olivia Cross

Special thanks to Joan Dobles and Tom Staccone for graciously helping at the ceremony!

 

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St. Rita of Cascia  | May 22

St. Rita of Cascia (1381 – 1457) had the opportunity to live her life as a wife, mother, widow, and eventually, member of a religious community. Born in central Italy, St. Rita felt the calling to become a nun, but was pressured at a young age into marriage. During her 18-year marriage to a cruel man, she raised two sons. When her husband was killed in a brawl and her sons died, St. Rita decided to go back to her first love and attempted to join the Augustinian nuns in Cascia. Her status as a widow caused some complications to her entering, but she eventually succeeded in professing vows.

Throughout her lifetime, St. Rita of Cascia was known for her prayerfulness and charity. She also experienced stigmata on her forehead, meditated frequently on Christ’s passion, and cared for the nuns of her religious community and those in the lay community who came to her for counsel.

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