WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
saturday

5:00 pm mass

sunday

10:00 am mass

thursday

9:00 am mass

 

We are zooming the Sunday mass.  The following is the link to join in: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84372928961?pwd=RzNXa3JiT0k5QVpQaWhQVXArWXRxQT09 
 

St. Lucy's E-News

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Recorded Sunday Mass

The 10:00 Mass that is zoomed is available in recorded form.  If you would like to access one, send your request to Craig Polhaumus at crpolhamus@aol.com.  Please note the date of the mass in the heading of your email.  (Example: Mass on 4/11/21)

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Bible Study

Zooming monthly.  Led by Rev. Jim Bresnahan. 

The next session: Monday, August 8th at 7:00 pm.  We will be examining Mark's gospel.

Note:  Peter Sarver is managing the zoom sessions, so please email him at stlucys.syracuse@gmail.com if you are interested in joining the group.

Hiroshima, Nagasaki Anniversary

 

August 9th marks the 77th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki in 1945. 

Please join the Syracuse Peace Council in a tableau and demonstration at the County Courthouse, Tuesday, at 11:30 am.
 

St. Lucy's Night at the Mets Stadium

Tuesday, August 9th at 6:30 pm.

Admission $12

Sign up sheet in the welcoming area.

 

Studying Julian of Norwich

Wisdom Wednesdays at the Spiritual Renewal Center (by All Saints church)

Weekly, 4:00 - 5:00 pm

For further information contact Steve at the Center 315-472-6546.

No need to register.

The Beatitudes Center

This is an online project offering regular zoom programs about Jesus, peace and nonviolence.  Here are some upcoming programs. Each sessions last roughly 90 minutes.  Fee: $30.  Sign up at www.beatitudescenter.org.

Aug 13.  Fr. John Dear on "A Theology of Peace and Nonviolence" 2:00 pm.

Sept 10.  Civil Rights Leader Rev. James Lawson on "Revolutionary Nonviolence"

Sept 24.  Carolyn Whitney-Brown on Henri Nouwen's Spirituality of the Circus.

Oct 1.     David O'Brien on the History of Catholic Social Teaching

 

Bike For Brady

The Brady Faith Center is having a fundraising bike ride from Buffalo to NYC. Proceeds will go to the Brady Farm, Brady Faith Center and Brady Market.

Eileen Clinton will be joining for a a portion of this route.  Please help her reach her goal of $2500 by making a contribution by either

  • Writing a check to "The Brady Faith Center" and mailing it to: Brady Faith Center 404 South Ave, Syracuse, 13204.  or

  • Donating online at www.bradyfaithcenter.org.