This year, the indulgences that the faithful may obtain on behalf of the suffering souls in Purgatory are extended throughout the month of November, rather than being limited to the first eight days.


Bishop Zubik has asked all parishes to hold Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament on Monday, November 2nd. We will hold Adoration following the 7 p.m. High Mass until midnight that day. Join us in prayer the night before the elections that God bless our nation.

A Pittsburgh-based episode of the TV series "Extraordinary Faith", originally broadcast on EWTN, is now available for viewing on YouTube.

The program reports on the personal quasi-parish, located at St. Boniface Church, which was the precursor of our current parish. It includes interviews with Fathers James Dolan and Kenneth Myers, who led the Latin Mass Community for a combined 17 years (2001 – 2018).

In normal times, our parish offers weekly Catechism classes for children from first through twelfth grades each Sunday from September to May. We have a full and accredited series of religious instructions, with teachers who are knowledgeable and devout Catholics, and have fulfilled the requirements for "Protecting God's Children," as well as other diocesan requirements. Unfortunately...

“We give Thee thanks, almighty God, for all
Thy benefits, who livest and reignest for ever
and ever. Amen.”

Thursday, November 26th is Thanksgiving Day. Join us in giving thanks to the good Lord for His many blessings upon us.
There will be one Mass at 7 a.m. No noon Mass nor Adoration in the evening.