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eNOTES FOR July 18, 2019

eNOTES FOR July 18, 2019

(with bulletin information for the weekends of July 28 and August 4, 2019) 

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PRIESTHOOD SUNDAY: Last Sunday of September

Priesthood Sunday celebrated the last Sunday of September (note change of date).

Priesthood Sunday was begun by the National Federation of Priest Councils in 2001 to honor the priests in the U.S.  It has been celebrated annually on the last Sunday of October.  In recent years, the date for celebrating National Vocation Awareness week was moved to the full first week of November.  In order not to celebrate both events so close together, Priesthood Sunday will now be celebrated on the last Sunday of September.  This year Priesthood Sunday will be September 29, 2109.  Promotional materials will be distributed in late July.

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NFP Awareness Week, an annual educational campaign of the USCCB, will be observed July 21-27. This year's theme--LOVE, NATURALLY!--invites everyone to discover the wise design of God for sexuality and married love. Once again, the NFP Office is mailing posters and educational materials to all parishes, with additional copies upon request. We appreciate your help in promoting this effort.

Following are links to intercessions, homily helps, and additional bulletin announcements.

Intercessions for Prayers of the Faithful And Homily Helps:

Bulletin Briefs (under “Parish Bulletin Resources”)

Additional Information At USCCB/NFP Awareness Week Website:


NFP AWARENESS WEEK, July 21-27 invites everyone to discover God's wise design for married love. In The Joy of Love (222), Pope Francis writes that natural methods "are to be promoted, since these methods respect the bodies of the spouses, encourage tenderness between them, and favor the education of an authentic freedom." Couples who choose Natural Family Planning discover these benefits for themselves! To hear a personal account, go to  and click on "One Couple's Story." To learn more, email or call 518-483-0459. 

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To aid in your parish planning, download the June 2019 update to the Diocesan and Universal Church Collection and Appeals


Please note that Shayne Lippincott and the Western Catechetical Office has moved from Watertown to Ogdensburg.

Shayne Lippincott, can now be reached at or by calling 315-393-2920 ext. 1451

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In October, we celebrate Extraordinary Missionary Month as requested by Pope Francis. The theme will be Baptized and Sent: The Church of Christ on Mission in the World. Leading up to the celebration, the North Country Catholic, as well as Diocesan Social Media, will feature occasional columns written by religious and clergy reflecting on their work in the missions, such as Peru, Ecuador and Nicaragua. 

Also, the Mission Office and the Office of Evangelization is planning a discussion panel at Amyot Hall in Norfolk for October 24 to speak about the Missionary works originating in our Diocese.  Details will be shared in eNotes as they become available.

For additional resources, Missio, the website of the Pontifical Mission Societies has created a resource page with background information, catechetical resources, prayer resources as well as information about Missionary Witnesses.  These resources can be found at .

For more information contact: Sr. Mary Ellen Brett at the mission office 315-393-2920 ext. 1360 or


Bulletin Editors: Please add these notices to your parish bulletin(s).  You can simply cut the text and paste it in your bulletin.


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The Holy Father has appointed Father Douglas J. Lucia as the Bishop-Elect of Syracuse. The Mass of Ordination and Installation of the Most Reverend Douglas J. Lucia as the eleventh Bishop of Syracuse will be held on August 8, 2019 at 2:00pm at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Syracuse. The Consecrator will be His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan and the Co-consecrators will be Bishop Robert Cunningham and Bishop Terry LaValley. This event is by invitation only due to seating capacity and related safety concerns. No one will be allowed entry into the Cathedral without an invitation. 

Where to Watch the Mass and Installation of Bishop-elect Douglas J. Lucia on August 8?

  •  Live Stream on Syracuse Diocese YouTube Channel:
  •  Live on Ch. 9.2, which is also Spectrum 1240, Verizon Fios 490 and New Visions channel 23 and live stream on 
  •  Telecast live on Spectrum News, in Central NY, Northern NY and the Southern Tier. Spectrum News is available to Spectrum cable customers throughout the region on both channels 1 and 200.

There may be additional places to watch as the date draws near.  The list will be updated on the diocesan website: and click on Installation/Ordination Information. 


The following events are open to the public:

• Saturday, July 27 - Farewell Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral at 4:00pm with a reception to follow at the Knights of Columbus, 721 Hasbrouck Street, Ogdensburg, NY 13669.

• Wednesday, August 7 – Ordination Eve Evening Prayer at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 259 E Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY 13202 at 7:00pm with a meet and greet after the service.

• Sunday, September 1 – Mass of Thanksgiving at Holy Angels Church, 522 Devils Den Road, Altona, NY 12910 at 11:30 am with a reception to follow at Holy Angels Hall, 523 Devils Den Road, Altona, NY 12910.

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71ST ANNUAL KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PILGRIMAGE: A day of family prayer and summer enjoyment

On Sunday, July 21st Knights of Columbus, families and friends from throughout the Diocese of Ogdensburg will participate in the 71st annual pilgrimage to St. Anne’s Shrine in Isle LaMotte, Vermont. The pilgrimage begins with the celebration of a 12:15 PM Mass by Most Reverend Terry R. LaValley. Following Mass, Bishop LaValley will join the pilgrims for a picnic lunch on the shrine’s beautiful grounds. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will take place at 3:00 PM.

All pilgrims are invited to the picnic lunch and if practical asked to bring a dish to share. The Knights of Columbus will provide hot dogs, michigans, hamburgers and beverages. Lunch is also available in the shrine’s cafeteria.

Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, only a few miles from the Rouses Point Bridge, the St. Anne’s Shrine’s religious history dates to 1666 when the French erected a fort and chapel on the site. The chapel was blessed in 1893 and a beautiful statue of St. Anne, the mother of Mary, was erected.

For more information please call Pilgrimage Coordinator Peter Keenan at 518-643-9241.

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LOVING AUTHENTICALLY: Creating thriving relationships in trying times

“Loving Authentically: Creating Thriving Relationships in Trying Times,” will be held from 9am to 3pm at the Church of the Visitation Parish Center in Norfolk.  We will begin with morning prayer, led by Deacon John Fehlner, a welcome by Steve Tartaglia, and a keynote address given by Dr. Maura Fehlner.  Dr. Fehlner’s address, “How to Set Your Moral Compass,” will discuss Christian Anthropology as it applies to Church teaching on human sexuality.

Lunch will be provided and will be followed by a viewing of “Unprotected,” a movie about surviving the cultural chaos caused by the sexual revolution, featuring Christopher West, Jennifer Fulwiler, Janet Smith and others.  Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss.

The event is intended for everyone, however the content is appropriate for an audience 14 years old and above.  There will be supervised activities for children under age 14 in the adjoining classroom. 

For more information, contact Steve Tartaglia at 315-393-2920.  To register for the event, please visit: www.RCDONY.ORG/RELATIONSHIPS.





Where: St. Mary's Cathedral, Ogdensburg, NY 13669
When: August 16, 2019
Start: 10:00am Registration and Cathedral Tours
Register with Shayne by August 9, 2019: or by calling 315-393-2920 ext 1451





DIALOGUE ON OUR COMMON HOME AND ITS ECOLOGICAL FUTURE: Insights from Science and Reflection on Laudato Si

Insights from science as well as reflections on Pope Francis’ Laudato Si: On Care for Our Common Home will be presented by Dr. Curt Stager, author and Professor of Natural Sciences at Paul Smith’s College in conjunction with Dr. Gerry Gacioch, MD., Chief of Cardiology at Rochester General Hospital Heart Institute and USCCB Climate Ambassador.

EVENT:  Care of Earth--Our Common Home

WHEN:  August 7, 2019, from 7pm to 8:30pm

WHERE:  St. Mary's Parish Center, 521 James St, Clayton, NY 13624

WHAT:  Scientific insights and reflections on Pope Francis' "Laudato Si" by Dr. Curt Stager, Professor at Paul Smith's College AND Dr. Gerry Gicioch, MD, Cardiologist & USCCB Climate Change Ambassador.  Free.  Open to public.  Light refreshments.

SPONSORS:  Sisters of St. Joseph Social Justice Committee and the Watertown Faith & Ecology Group

For more info., contact: Sr. Bethany Fitzgerald, 315-212-6592

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Come aside to the Mountains and rest awhile with the Lord.
Theme: Exploring a Spirituality of God’s Creation through the Seasons “There is a season for everything…”Ecclesiastes 3:1. Each season of the year has a message to teach us about how to live more fully as Jesus calls us to do. Retreat will include presentations, with opportunities for personal and group prayer with time for sharing.

Presenters: Sr. Bethany Fitzgerald, SSJ, Faith Formation Educator; Tom Kalinowski, former biology teacher and author of two nature books, Fr. Paul Kelly, celebrant for Mass on Saturday afternoon.
Date: August 9-11, 2019 Guggenheim Lodge, Saranac Lake.
Suggested Offering: $150 Space Limited.***Tenting or Commuter Options $100.
All are welcome. To register, call: 315-212-6592 or email: 
by August 5, 2019

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Bring your family to the best weekend of the summer!

Choose from three weekend sessions:

Session 1: August 15 – 18
Session 2: August 22 – 25
Session 3: October 11 – 13

Registration is open for Family Guggenheim 2019. Come pray and play with other faithful families, enjoy the beautiful mountains and lake, beach time, engaging workshops, and liturgies. Families of all sizes and ages are welcome!

For information contact Deacon Henry and Dayna Leader Family Guggenheim Directors 315-323-0827  or visit

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FOUNDATION DAY: Our Lady of the Adirondacks House of Prayer, Ellenburg Center, NY

On Saturday, August 17 at 7270 Star Road, Ellenburg Center, from 10 am - 3 pm, you are warmly invited to join the annual gala celebration of the founding of Mary special place of prayer by Father Joseph Trombley.

10:00 Guest Speaker: Deacon John Levison presents "The Indestructible Seed of God"
11:15 The Celebration of the Mass with Bishop Terry LaValley
12:30 Sharing of the Meal...Homemade Chicken 'n Biscuits Luncheon.

Donations of any amount gratefully accepted, but not necessary. Please come and share the joy of this treasure in the North Country. RSVP by Aug 10th to 518-594-3253 or 518- 236-6832 (Jeanette) or 518-846-3060 (Sarah).



There will be a weekend retreat for young adults in their 20s and 30s at Camp Guggenheim September 13-15.  Details and registration will be available soon but save the date if you are interested.  For more information, contact Marika Donders at

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THE 177 PROJECT: An Evening of Adoration and Music

St. Mary's Church, Canton
September 17th, 7-9pm
Come join us as we adore Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament with worship music provided by Catholic musician, Lee Roessler. This event is free and open to all. Contact Amanda at 315-386-2543 or for more information. For additional information visit

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PILGRIMAGE TO PA: leaving from St. Mary's in Clayton, NY

Join the Parishes of St. Mary and St John on September 18 and 19 for an overnight bus trip to Pennsylvania to see the wonderful production, Jesus, ( in Lancaster and to visit the shrines of St. John Neumann ( and St. Katharine Drexel ( in Philadelphia. A 6:30am departure from St. Mary’s will get us to the Sight and Sound Theatres in time for the 3:00 show. After dinner, we will drive towards Philadelphia and spend the night. Our guided tour of St. John Neumann’s Shrine be-gins at 9:00am and is followed by a Mass with Father LaBaff, and visits to the gift shop and newly opened museum. After lunch, we have a guided tour of the St. Katharine Drexel Shrine where the saint’s remains are installed. Estimated arrival time back at St. Mary’s is 10:00pm. Cost for the trip is $320 for double or triple occupancy and $400 for a single. In addition to your room, this covers coach transportation from St. Mary’s, show tickets, tour costs, Wednesday’s dinner, and breakfast and lunch on Thursday. For more information about the trip, contact the parish office at 315-686-3398. Registration deadline is August 15. Click for Registration Form

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ANNUAL DOVS PILGRIMAGE: Destination Notre Dame, Ottawa, Ontario.

Join Bishop LaValley and the Diocese of Ogdensburg Vocations Society (DOVS) on a Pilgrimage to Notre Dame Cathedral in Ottawa to pray for vocations on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.  The bus will pick up from Malone, Potsdam and Ogdensburg.  For more information see the flyer or contact Connie Randall at 315-265-2762 or Mary Enslow at 315-268-1016



RACHEL'S VINEYARD: Fall Retreat Weekend

A Rachel's Vineyard after-abortion healing retreat will be offered at the Guggenheim Lodge in Saranac Lake, Friday, October 18 - Sunday, October 20. Chaplain for the weekend is Fr. Mark Reilly. Confidential online registration form available at . Please contact The Respect Life Office with questions 518-524-0774. Other retreat dates and locations available at If you are suffering after abortion, you're not alone. Help and healing is available. 

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NORTH COUNTRY CURSILLO: Consider Participating in a Cursillo Weekend

Cursillo is a means to help Catholic Christians realize the depth of God’s love for each of us and the beauty of our Catholic Faith. It provides a simple method to help one develop and grow in Faith and better live the daily struggle of the Christian life. 

A Cursillo Weekend is an encounter with Christ, others and self. Cursillo means “short course” and consists of talks given by priests and lay persons with participation in small group discussions.  Weekend participants also share the Eucharist, sing, pray and fellowship together.

North Country Cursillo of the Ogdensburg diocese is planning to hold two Cursillo Weekend events this fall.  These weekends will be held for men on Nov 21-24, 2019 at Wadhams Hall in Ogdensburg and for women on December 12-15, 2019 at Wadhams Hall in Ogdensburg.


If you are interested and would like more information, please contact one of the following in your area:

Watertown/Ogdensburg Area: Anne Seegebarth

Email:, Phone: 315-783-4596

Canton/Massena Area: Michael Neaton

Email:, Phone: 315-335-6302 or 315-261-4150

Port Henry/Ticonderoga Area: Dan Stewart

Email:,  Phone: 518-898-6851

Plattsburgh Area or other not listed above: Ken Racette

Email: Phone: 518-314-1505 or 518-578-3056

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Don’t Miss This Trip of a Lifetime!

The Holy Land

10 Days: December 3-12, 2019

Walk where Jesus walked… Cruise the Sea of Galilee… Visit Nazareth… Climb the Mt. of Olives & view the Old City of Jerusalem… Walk the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher… Visit Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity.

Hosted by Fr. Andrew Amyot

$3299 per person from Montreal

(Air/land tour price is $2599 plus $700 government taxes/airline surcharges)

TOUR PRICE INCLUDES: Roundtrip air from Montreal, First Class/Select Hotels, Breakfast & Dinner daily, Comprehensive Sightseeing, Porterage, Entrance Fees and much more!


Tel: (315) 384-2064, email:

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HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE 2020: Next year prepare for Easter by walking in the footsteps of Jesus!

JOIN FR. CHRIS LOOBY ON A LENTEN PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND March 23-31, 2020! What better to prepare for Easter than to spend the days leading up to it walking in the Footsteps of Jesus. Our visit will include Bethlehem where Jesus was born, Nazareth where he grew up, Capernaum, the Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem and much more! Prices are $3,899 for a double, $4,699 for a single, $3,869 for a triple. For more information please contact Mary McIntosh at Watertown AAA at (315)558-6372.

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OBERAMMERGAU PILGRIMAGE: Austria and Germany Pilgrimage, September 2020

Classic Austria and Germany Pilgrimage

Featuring the Passion Play of Oberammergau!

Hosted by Fr. Andrew Amyot

11 Days: September 15-25, 2020

$4099 per person from Montreal

(Air/land tour price is $3599 plus $500 government taxes/airline surcharges)

Visiting: Heidelberg, Rhine Valley, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Vienna, Altötting, Munich & Rothenburg!

Price includes: Roundtrip air from Montreal, First Class/Select Hotels, Hotels & Guesthouses in Oberammergau, First Class (Category 1) admission tickets for the Passion Play, most meals, Comprehensive Sightseeing, by private motor coach with an English-speaking guide and much more!


Tel: (315) 384-2064, email:


This is your last chance to experience the world-famous Passion Play of Oberammergau until 2030!






(for the July 27/28 Bulletin)

Environmental Stewardship Tip for Summer:
Looking for a natural week killer that keeps weeds under control while protecting the soil and water from contamination? Try this one: 4 cups white vinegar; 1/4 cup salt and 1 tsp. liquid soap. Combine ingredients in a spray bottle and spray the weeds at the sunniest time of the day for best results. Spray carefully. This stuff can’t tell a flower or vegetable plant from a ‘weed’! This recipe and for many other recipes: search for “homemade weed killer.” 



(for the Aug 3/4 Bulletin)

Environmental Stewardship Tip for Summer:
According to world top scientists the greatest human contributor to carbon emissions is refrigeration.
(Drawdown, Ed. Paul Hawkins 2018) Turning the air condition and freezer a few degrees less cold this summer can reduce the carbon emission in our atmosphere that affects change in climate.


PLANNED GIVING: How to Transfer a Gift of Stock

Gifts of stock can be given to benefit our parish, your favorite Catholic School, programs, ministries, Missionary Projects and the Diocese of Ogdensburg. The proceeds can be restricted according to your wishes, or directed to an endowment fund held in the Foundation of the RC Diocese of Ogdensburg.

For more information contact: Scott Lalone, Executive Director, Development Office 393-2920,


These are parish and other local events that may be of interest to your parishioners. If you would like to share them in your parish bulletin, you can simply cut and paste the text under the "Description." 

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SACRED HEART PARISH INDOOR YARD SALE: In conjunction with Chazy Town Wide Yard Sale

Sacred Heart in Chazy will be holding its Annual Indoor Yard Sale in conjunction with the town wide yard sale on Saturday, July 27, 2019, 8 am - 4 pm. Refreshments served. Something for everyone. For more info, contact the rectory 518-846--7650


CVRTL AUGUST MEETING: Champlain Valley Right To Life ~ August Meeting

All are welcome to our monthly pro-life meeting:
Sunday, August 4, 2019
Newman Center, Plattsburgh, NY
Short meeting followed by an educational presentation, snacks and beverage provided
Bring a friend ~ free!

For more information: or Contact Nancy at 518-593-6024



SUMMER GALA & RAFFLE: St. Mary's Church, Clayton

Join us for an evening of good food and great prizes.

1st Prize $10,000
2nd Prize $2,000
3rd & 4th Prizes $500
5th & 6th Prizes $250
7th - 11th Prizes $100

Winner need not be present to win. All winning tickets eligible for all 11 prizes!
Dinner at Cerow Arena at the Town of Clayton Recreational Park on Tuesday, August 6, 5:30-10pm. Tickets are $100US. Each ticket includes dinner for two, hors d'ouvres, 2 coupons for 1 drink each, coffee and desserts (Sorry, no take-outs.) Tickets available at St. Mary's Masses and the parish office, Clayton. (Tickets will not be available at the door.) For more info or tickets, phone the office at 315-686-3398.

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The Thousand Islands Catholic Men’s Group is a group of Catholic men who meet on a regular basis to discuss their experiences as Catholic men in today’s society.

The meetings are held on the second Saturday of every month at 9 AM in the Parish Center of St. Mary’s Church, Clayton. For further information contact Scott Beeles at 315-783-5268 or Gene Kleinhans at 315-482-3981. Come join us, whether you’ve been to a meeting or not.


GOLF OUTING: for St. Mary's School, Canton

The golf tournament will be held at the St. Lawrence University Golf Course on August 31st. We will play an 18-hole scramble format tournament with a shotgun start at 1pm, to be followed by hors d'oeuvres and a buffet dinner at the Best Western Hotel. The outing costs $100 per golfer, with discounts for 4-some registrations. The outing fee includes all greens and cart fees, drinks and snacks on the course, as well as the banquet after golf. Feel free to join us for dinner only if you prefer. All proceeds from this event will go to St. Mary's School. Join us for a great time as we support our school and honor our former pastor, Fr. Doug Lucia. Go to and click on the school logo to register. 




BLESSED IS SHE: Women's Group, Norwood, NY

Holiness 101: Learning From Jesus the Ultimate Teacher
September 8th, Noon
St. Andrew's Church Hall-enter through the side door
Lunch will be served, there is no cost to attend
RSVP to Sara by 9/6: 315-212-7565 or






ITEMS FOR USE IN PARISHES: First come, first served!

St. Henry's in Natural Bridge has been relegated to profane but not sordid use. The attached document has photos of various items available for use elsewhere for the low, low price of picking them up! The statues and stations are in great condition.

Stations of the Cross (approx. 12” square) are in good condition and have been repainted over the years but not professionally. 

Statues are in good condition and repainted but not professionally. Including:

Blessed Virgin, St Joseph and St Henry each 36"

Infant of Prague (with gowns), Mary, and Statue of the Sacred Heart each 23”

Altar of sacrifice - 69"(L) X 28"(W) X 39”(H), rebuilt and very heavy

Altar with Tabernacle - 21"(W) X 54"(L) X 41"(H), also very heavy

Two padded kneelers (matching) and one single kneeler

Undetermined number of pews, 84"(L) X 14"(W)

If you have any questions, please contact Rev. Donald Manfred at 315-346-6958.


POSITION AVAILABLE: Sisters of St. Joseph Secretary To The Major Superior

The Sisters of St. Joseph is looking for a part-time secretary to the Major Superior who will work with the Major Superior and Finance Director. The position will include secretarial tasks of correspondence, taking minutes, organizing and updating files, maintaining medical records and insurance claims. It is strongly recommended that the secretary has skills in Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, and an ability to maintain a good working relationship with others. The new position would become available July 22, 2019. Applications and resume are to be submitted no later than Friday, July 12, 2019. Applications are available at the front desk of the Motherhouse, 1425 Washington St., Watertown, NY 13601. Please return completed applications to: Sister Mary Eamon Lyng, Major Superior, 1425 Washington St, Watertown, NY 13601 or e-mail:


The Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse is looking for a supervising House Administrator who will work with and is responsible to the Motherhouse Superior or, when appropriate to the Major Superior. The position will include supervision of the Motherhouse Staff, logistics, finances, and other areas of administration. It is strongly recommended that the administrator have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, and an ability to maintain a good working relationship with others. The benefits are vacation, personal, sick, paid holidays, health insurance, retirement plan that is 100 % funded by the Diocese of Ogdensburg. The schedule is Monday-Friday 7:30am-3:30pm. Availability is also required for Special Events that could be held on a weekend. The start date is July 17, 2019. Applications are available at 1425 Washington Street, Watertown, NY. Attach Letter of Interest with Resume to the application and return to Sister Mary Eamon, SSJ to the above address.


Jul 19-21: Steubenville Youth Conference

Jul 21-26: Camp Guggenheim 12-15 year olds - Week 4

Jul 20: Installation Mass of Reverend Todd E. Thibault

Jul 21-27: NFP Awareness Week

Jul 21: Mass at the 71st Annual New York State Knights of Columbus Pilgrimage

Jul 27: Loving Authentically: Creating Thriving Relationships in Trying Times

Jul 27: Farewell Mass for Bishop-Elect Douglas J. Lucia

Jul 28-Aug 2: Camp Guggenheim 12-15 year olds - Week 5

Aug 4-9: Camp Guggenheim 16-18 year olds

Aug. 4: Mass and Celebration of the 60th Jubilee of Sister Stephanie Frenette, OP's

Aug 5: Bishop’s Fund Appeal Leadership Reception - Port Henry

Aug 6: Bishop’s Fund Appeal Leadership Reception - Saranac Lake

Aug 7: Ordination Eve Vespers for Bishop-Elect Douglas J. Lucia (Syracuse)

Aug. 8: Ordination and Installation of Bishop Douglas Lucia (Syracuse: by invitation only)

Aug 9: St. Lawrence Deanery Priests Listening Sessions

Aug 12: Bishop’s Fund Appeal Leadership Reception - Indian Lake

Aug 13: Mass and annual pilgrimage with the Catholic Daughters of America to St. Anne's Shrine

Aug 14: Gathering of the Diocesan Prison Chaplains

Aug 15-18: Family Guggenheim Session 1

Aug. 15: Mass for the 25th Anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood for Reverend Christopher Carrara

Aug 16: Altar Server Gathering including the Rite of Admission to Candidacy for Holy Orders for John Kennedy Ojuok and Jude Nnadibuagha

Aug 17: Diocesan LEAD Gathering

Aug 17: Mass and Celebration of Our Lady of the Adirondacks Founder’s Day

Office of Vocations General Intercessions Cycle C 

Office of Vocations Bulletin Blurbs Cycle C  

Office of Vocation Seasonal Bulletin Blurbs 

Office of Vocations Newsletters 

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