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Winter Coats Needed!

The Wolcott Clothing Center/ Blessed Trinity Social Ministry is in need of winter coats of all sizes (children and adults) for the many migrant families that utilize the clothing center. If you have any gently used winter coats that you would be willing to donate they can be dropped off at the Clothing Center located on Main St. in Wolcott or they can be dropped off at the St. Max Office.



Seeing the World with "Rinsed Eyes":
Early Irish Hermits and Their Poetry In the final years of his life, theologian Thomas Merton was fascinated by Celtic spirituality, in particular, early Irish hermit poetry. In this one-hour interactive presentation, we will examine some 8th and 9th century poems (about God, nature and animals), delight in their crisp language, and discover how the imagination of these early hermits offers a challenge to our own culture and spirituality. Presenter: Sister Monica Weis Date: Thursday, November 3 ~ 4 to 5 pm Location: SSJ Motherhouse, 150 French Rd., Rochester To register, call 585.733.2555 or email  




70 Barrett Dr. Webster November 5, 2016

9:00am -3:00 pm

Lunch available: Pulled Pork, hamburgers, hotdogs.



Another Presentation by Fr. Jeff

Many people think Catholic Social Teaching is something new. After all, there was never a complete document on it by a Pope until Pope Leo XIII wrote Re-rum Novarum in 1891. Yet, if we truly understanding church teaching we learn that our social teaching goes back to Jesus' words in Matthew 25:31-46 to feed the hungry. In fact, we can also find its roots in the Old Tes-tament. In his next presentation, Fr. Jeff will explore the roots of Catholic Social Teaching and use it to talk about how church teaching in general develops. Join us on Wednesday, November 9th at 7:00 p.m. in the church hall at St. Michael's in Newark. Light refreshments will be provided.



Diocese of Rochester Job Opportunities


Hospice Care at The Pines of Peace Comfort Home

The Pines of Peace is a residence for the terminally ill. Their priorities are pain and symptom relief, along with emotional and spiritual support for both the resident and the family.

They provide a comfortable, warm, alternate living arrangement for those individuals who have been deemed beyond curative care by their physician.

This is an inter-faith, inter-community ministry that exists to share the journey with our residents, their families and loved ones.

Referrals may come to them from various sources such as physicians, social workers, health care agencies or individuals.

Click here to learn more about The Pines of Peace

Take a Tour of The Pines of Peace

Pines of Peace Comfort Care Home is in need of the following items:

Decaf Coffee
Broth (beef, chicken, vegetable)
Canned Vegetables
Canned fruit
Applesauce- single serving containers
Pudding - single serving containers
Dried split peas
Powdered beef bouillon
Dry lentils
Long grain rice
Tiny macaroni
Flaked coconut
Semisweet chocolate chips
Chopped walnuts

Paper Towels
Disinfectant Wipes Non Bleach
Toilet Paper 1 ply only (safe for septic systems)
Wide Mouth
Quart canning jars, lids, screw-on bands
Lysol Disinfectant Spray
Liquid Dishwasher Detergent
Rinse Agent for Dishwasher (like Jet Dry)
Liquid Laundry Detergent unscented H E only*
Fabric Sheets -unscented*
Spray Stain Remover- like Shout, Resolve
Tall kitchen and Small wastebasket Trash Bags
Zip Lock Bags (gallon and quart)

Gift Cards to Staples, BJ's, Wegman's or Tops
Cardstock white

Body Wash
Bar Soap
Mouth Wash
Sanitary Pads
Baby Wipes

Volunteers It doesn't seem to matter if it is a simple household task, gardening, working in the office, baking, working on a committee, helping a family when they arrive with their loved one, or assisting the nurses with patient care.
To drop off any of the above items or to learn more about becoming a volunteer
at The Pines of Peace
please call 315-524-2388 Bereavement Support Groups