Upcoming Parish Liturgical & Social Events

Parish Liturgical and Social Events:

  Confessions are being held at 3:00 pm in a designated/private area in the Parish at on Saturday afternoon.  This change is due to the wintry weather and will become effective Saturday, December 12, 2020.

Saturday Vigil  Mass at 4:00 pm will be Celebrated in the Parish Center. The doors to the Parish Center will open 1/2 hour prior to Mass.   You will be required to wear a mask and follow  the 6 ft. social distancing guidelines.

Sunday Mass at 8:30 am will be in our Parish Church and reservations are required for this Mass by contacting the Parish Office at 717-985-1330.

Our  Mass will be celebrated and live streamed in the Parish Center at 10:30 am following by reception of the Holy Eucharist for those in attendance.

Parishioners watching the Mass via our live streaming can come to the front entrance of the Parish Center and receive Communion from 11:20 am to 11:45 am following the 10:30 am Mass. For those who are unable to walk to the entrance of the Parish Center, Fr. Dave will come to your car or truck.

Mass will be live streamed every Sunday morning at  8:30 am and 10:30 am on our Facebook page, MyParish App and on our webpage (popsteelton.org).  For those of you who do not have a computer, you may listen to the Mass on your phone by calling the below number:                      717-275-9414.

You may tune your radio station to 90.7 FM and listen to the Mass in the parking and then come to the front entrance of the Parish Center to receive Communion.

January 17, 2021:  Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

January 18, 2021:  Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 18 thru January 25, 2021 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

January 20, 2021:  St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr

January 21, 2021:  St. Agnes, Virgin and Martyr

January 22, 2021:  Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

January 24, 2021:  The Word of God Sunday….Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

January 25:  The Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle

January 26:  Sts. Timothy and Titus, Bishops

January 27:  St. Angela Merici, Virgin

January 28:  St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor of the Church

January 31:  Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

January 31-February 6:  Catholic Schools Week

February 2:  The Presentation of the Lord

February 2:  Groundhog Day….Keep a “look out” for Punxsutawney Phil

February 3:  St. Blaise, Bishop and Martyr.  St. Ansgar, Bishop

Feb. 5:  St. Agatha Virgin and Martyr

“The incarnation of the Word in a human family, in Nazareth, by its very newness changed the history of the world.” 

Pope Francis, Amoris Laetitia (65)