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St. Joseph's Church, Troy, NY
St. Joseph's Church, Troy, NY

 

St. Joseph's Church

Founded - 1847 
416 Third Street (Third & Jackson)
Troy, NY  12180 
(518) 274-6720

Miraculous Medal Novena: Tuesday, after 8 AM Mass
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Following 8 AM Mass on First Fridays, continuing until 11:45 (concluding with Benediction)
Liturgy of the Hour: Monday-Friday 7:40 AM

  • Priory:
    416 Third Street
    Troy, NY 12180

    Personnel:

    • Fr. James Sidoti (O. Carm), Administrator

    • Fr. Lucian Beltzner (O. Carm)

    • Fr. Jeff L'Arche & Fr. Michael Flannery
      Priests Available to celebrate the Extraordinary Form

    • Theresa St. German, Parish Secretary

    • Joanne Barnes, Director of Faith Formation

    • Paul-Allan Carey, Director of Music Ministry, Extraordinary Form

    • Jim Erly, Director of Music Ministry. Ordinary Form

     

    Liturgies:

    Ordinary Form:

    M-S at 8 am.  Saturday anticipated liturgy at 4 pm, Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 am.

    Holy Days at 5 pm

     

    Extraordinary Form:

    • Monday, Wednesday, Friday (Low Mass) at 12 pm.
    • Sunday (Missa Cantata) at 12 pm
    • Holy Days at 6:30 pm

  • Sacrament of Penance:
    Saturday: 3:00-3:30pm
    Sunday: 11:30-12 pm 
     
    Sacrament of Baptism:
    Last Sunday of the month at 1:30 pm or by special arrangement
  • Parking
    St. Joseph's Church sits on property that is bordered by 3rd Street, Jackson Street, Monroe Street, and 4th Street. These streets offers a total of three-tenths of a mile of on-street parking that lends exclusively to St. Joseph's Parish use. Additionally; there are approximately 24 parking spaces in the former school lot (accessible from Monroe Street).

    The Extraordinary Form (Latin Tridentine Mass) is celebrated on:

    St. Joseph's Parish Registration Form (pdf)

    What is a Parishioner? Many of you are attending Mass regularly at St. Joseph's Church, and give generously to our offertory and special collec­tions, etc. (Thank You). However, that does not automatically make you a "Registered" parishioner. A "Registered" parish­ioner is one who attends Sunday Mass at Saint Joseph's regu­larly and participates in our community-life. Using church en­velopes helps us confirm your membership in our parish for special occasions such as, being asked to be a Godparent for Baptism or a Sponsor at Confirmation, or preparation for one of the Sacraments. Registration forms can be found on our bulle­tin or at the Priory Office during regular working hours.

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    Map - St Joseph's Church, Troy, NY
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