To St. Jude Church
4100 Lyell Road
Rochester, NY 14606
NOW AND AT THE
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At some point every family must deal with issues involving end of life care for a loved one. As Catholics attempt to navigate the myriad medical, ethical, and religious questions that arise, all the while dealing with the grief of an impending death, it can become overwhelming.
In an effort to offer assistance, the New York State Catholic Conference has produced a website that tackles many of the common questions and concerns, offers clarity and compassion, and serves as an education Resource for Catholics nationwide.
Click on the picture above to go to the End of Life site.
Click on above icon to go to Diocese of Rochester website.
The Diocese of Rochester and the Gates Catholic Community is committed to the safety and well-being of our youth and vulnerable adults. In ensuring this safety and well-being the diocese has created a mandatory workshop and background check for any adult having direct contact with our youth and vulnerable adults. The two hour workshop, “Creating a Safe Environment” and subsequent confidential background check is provided at no charge to any adult wishing to assist directly with our youth and vulnerable adults. Please contact the Parish Office for further information.
Providing learning quality for over three decades We offer programs for three and four year old children
Click on link to go to the Preschool website.
The Parish of the Holy Family
Mass Times during Covid19
Saturday: 3PM and 5PM
Sunday 9AM, 11:30AM (Vietnamese/Bilingual Mss) 5PM
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9AM
Vietnamese Weekday Masses
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 6PM
The FORMED web site is a great source of help during these trying times.
A Time to be Nourished . . . Please log onto FORMED to discover all the best Catholic content in one place. Entertaining movies, programs, talks, audio dramas and ebooks-just a click away! Not sure about Formed? Check out the 2 minute video by clicking on the Formed Icon to the left.
(Parish Code: Z8ZDVH) Code is case sensitive
This informative, educational, entertaining site has so much to us as Catholic Christians.
Don't miss out. It is free of charge to our parishioners.
A video message from the Bishop Salvatore Matano.
Click on the above icon or this link for the special web page - www.dor.org/reorganization
Bishop Matano asks that you pray for the victims and the Diocese as we move forward in this process.
I NEED TO TALK!!
Our Parish Council Members are here to listen. If you have a concern or a suggestion you would like to share, please contact our Parish Council Chairperson, Charlene VanSlyke at email@example.com.
If you would like to register at The Parish of the Holy Family, please click on "Register Now", print out the regisration form and then drop it in the mail or the collection basket at any weekend mass.
M-F 9AM - 3PM
PARISH EMAIL ADDRESS:
Pastor ~ Fr. Mike Schramel
Parochial Vicar ~ Fr. Sylvester Bioh
Parochial Vicar ~ Fr. John Vu
Deacon Herb Bietry
Deacon Binh-Yen Nguyen
Deacon Patrick Shanley
Director of Faith Formation
& Youth Ministry
Sandy Bleier, Business Manager
Peggy Brown, Part-time Secretary
Susan Hosie, Bookkeeper
Kathy Osterberg, Finance Director
Debbie Sumner, Administrative Assistant
Peggy Brown, Cemetery Coordinator
Safe Environment Information
Creating a Safe Environment is mandated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to ensure the safety of those most defenseless in our society, including our children and vulnerable adults.
Therefore, anyone wishing to volunteer at are required to meet the following guidelines:
- Sign a Diocese of Rochester Volunteer Code of Conduct form
- Pass the Criminal Record Check process
- Complete the Creating a Safe Environment Training
*Note: Volunteer drivers for Church programs and events must have their driving record checked every year.
In addition to these requirements, all volunteers must continually renew their training in CASE, as determined by the Diocese of Rochester.
CASE training is available online and requires a potential volunteer to contact the individual parish. The Completion Certificate, Volunteer Code of Conduct, and results from the quiz must be printed and brought to the Parish Office
ACH: The Envelope Alternative
What is ACH? ACH is an agreement to have funds electronically moved from your bank to The Parish of the Holy Family's account at St. Pius X Federal Credit Union. You have the convenience of not writing checks. You do not have to change banks and there is no charge for this ACH set up.
Save time, save paper and sign up today! Just click on the link above, fill out the form and you will see the transfer on your monthly statement.