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Traditional Latin Mass is celebrated at St. Joseph's Church, located at:

St. Joseph's Church
416 Third Street (Third & Jackson)
Troy, NY 12180
(518) 274-6720

Fr. James Sidoti (O. Carm.)
Pastor
Fr. Lucian Beltzner, O. Carm
Parochial Vicar, Prior

Fr. Jeff L'Arche
Priest available to celebrate the Extraordinary Form

Br. Paul-Allan Carey, Music Minister

The Traditional Latin Mass is also available at:

St. John the Baptist
4987 NY 81
Greenville, New York 12083
Pastor: Fr. Michael Flannery
Sundays at 12:20 PM
:
St. Mary's
156 East Main Street
Amsterdam, NY 12010
Pastor: Fr. Jeffrey L'Arche
First Fridays 5 pm,; First Saturdays 8 am; 3rd Sunday of the Month 4 pm.


Benedict XVI (Cardinal Ratzinger)
Cardinal Ratzinger Offering the Tradional Mass
Offering the Traditional Latin Mass

St. Joseph's Church
St. Joseph's Church, Troy, NY
Troy, New York
Traditional Latin Masses (the extraordinary form of the Latin Rite) are celebrated Sundays at 12 Noon.

Traditional Latin Masses are also celebrated Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:00 Noon and on Holy Days of Obligation (contact parish for time).

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St. Peter and St. Paul's Tridentine Parish, Troy, New York
"Respect must everywhere be shown for the feelings of all those who are attached to the Latin liturgical tradition."

--John Paul II
 
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