St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish

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Welcome to the website of St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish in Irondequoit, New York!

Our parish was formed 2010 from five parishes: St. Salome, St.Thomas the Apostle, St. Margaret Mary, St. Cecilia &Christ the King. We worship at 3 sites: Christ the King, St. Cecilia & St. Margaret Mary. St. Ann's Community, an independent living /nursing home complex, is served by our Senior Ministries.

This website contains information about the parish and our Catholic faith. Explore our site to discover Saints Alive (over 600 articles), Frequently Asked Questions, Sunday Reflections, Videos, Catholic practices (Rosary, Stations of the Cross) and so much more.

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Holy Week Schedule

Apr 17 - Holy Thursday
   9:00 AM SC Morning Prayer
   7:00 PM SMM Mass of the Lord’s Supper  -  Please bring a non–perishable  food item for the poor.
   to 11:00 PM SC Reposition of Blessed Sacrament for Adoration to the Lord
   to 11:00 PM SMM Reposition of Blessed Sacrament for Adoration to the Lord
Apr 18 - Good Friday - Passion of the Lord
   9:00 AM SC Morning Prayer
   3:00 PM SC Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
   3:00 PM SMM Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
   7:30 PM CTK Good Friday Taizé Service (see page 3)
Apr 19 - Holy Saturday
   9:00 AM SC Morning Prayer
   2:00 PM SC Blessing of Food
   8:15 PM CTK Easter Vigil Mass
Apr 20 - Easter Sunday,  Resurrection of the Lord
   6:30 AM Irondequoit Ministerial Association Ecumenical Easter Sunrise Service at intersection of Lake Shore Blvd. and Horseshoe Rd.
   7:30 AM CTK 9:00 AM SMM 10:30 AM SC
   8:30 AM SC 10:00 AM CTK 11:00 AM SMM

Bishop Matano's Lenten Message

FAQ on Lent and Lenten Practices (USCCB)

Applications are being accepted for the Father Hale Memorial Scholarship until May 5, 2014.

Are you thinking of becoming a parishioner?
We'd love to have you join our parish family. Do you want to meet other parishioners? Find answers about the Catholic Church on our Faith Formation page. Read "About Us" to see who we are. Browse our site and learn all we do. Send us an email, call any parish office at 544-8880 or see a priest after Mass with your questions or to register.

Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)

The CMA raises funds to support diocesan and parish ministries. Parish support includes support of our priests, training of staff and volunteers, this website, computer system support. Please make a contribution this year to the appeal.

See the next reflection from our Sunday Reflections section below.

Mass Schedule