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All Parishioners!

We are having a parish picnic after the 10:30 am Mass next Sunday, August 23rd, in honor of our patron saint, St. Pius X, whose feast day is August 21st.  The 10:30 mass and picnic will be held in an outdoor tent. The 5pm and 8:30 am masses will still be held in the gym. No need to bring anything, just yourself. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs, sides, and soft drinks will be served!  Come join us for some fun and relaxation.

We need to get an idea of how many people are coming so we can order the right amount of food. Please fill out the form that was distributed last week in the bulletin and place it in the collection basket. Parish council members will also be at the exit doors after mass to take your reservations.

You can also call the Parish Office at (585) 247-2566 or email [email protected] with the number of people coming.
Your RSVP is not required but greatly appreciated.

If you’ve been away for a while, please consider returning for our last session.  We miss you!
If you haven’t attended before, please give it a try!
We also want to let you know about next year’s program.
As Danny Abramowicz said, we need spiritual workouts to get in shape!
Get yourself in shape for Father’s Day, enjoy some food & fellowship, and preview our series for next year.
We are using material from the highly successful That Man is You (
Becasue we are not prepared to offer it as a parish wide program on their schedule, we have purchased the DVDs and have permission to use them at Fishers of Men.
One HUGE advantage- if you miss a session you can watch it on line.  Just register for the TMIY App:
Below is a description of next year’s program.
Please share this with your friends and social networks.
Fishers of Men CORE Team

The first year of the That Man is You! program, entitled Becoming a Man after God’s own Heart, considers man in his relationship to God.  It is modeled on the life of King David and follows his path from consecration as the King of Israel to serious sin (adultery and accomplice to murder) to repentance and transformation so that he becomes the only man in Scripture to be called “a man after God’s own heart.”

The Fall semester focuses upon authentic male leadership.  It discovers four leadership roles that have been entrusted to men: moral leadership, military leadership, economic leadership and political leadership. It makes an honest assessment of the state of male leadership today and identifies the consequences of failed leadership.  It also clearly identifies the five personal traits that must be developed to fulfill authentic leadership: take personal responsibility for your actions, develop clarity of thought, maintain integrity of action, lay a foundation for the future and be willing to pay the price.