Rev. William Damroth, Administrator
Phone: (845) 561-1317
Fax: (845) 561-1337
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Friday - 9:00am - 2:00pm
Every Wednesday in
the Main Church
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Thoughts to Ponder
Since we receive the Body and Blood of Christ in the Eucharist we too become living Monstrances and we can make Christ visible each day to those we meet by our kind words and deeds.
Dates to Remember
July 8, 2016
Night Under the Stars
7:00pm Outdoor Mass
Assisi Prayer Garden
Jesus, I Trust In You
Chaplet of Divine Mercy
10:40am every Sunday
before the 11:00am Mass
God and Father of us all,
In Jesus, your Son and Savior,
you have made us your
sons and daughters
in the family of the Church.
May your grace and love
help our families in every
part of the world be united
to one another in fidelity
to the Gospel.
May the example of the Holy Family,
with the aid of your Holy Spirit,
guide all families, especially those
most troubled, to be homes of
communion and prayer and to
always seek your truth and live
in your love.
Through Christ our Lord.
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Something New Has Been Added...
Take a look at a new page that has been added under the section Church called ...
Highlighting upcoming distant trips and events. A good way to see what is happening or being planned in the future and giving you time for planning!
Updated June 21, 2016.
Assisi Prayer Garden
It has been wonderful to see the people that walk through our garden and those who even stop and visit a while, taking a moment to experience tranqulity and solitude in the midst of our bustling city.
Our Lady of Lourdes Prayer Niche – in the back corner of the Church, a beautiful setting for peaceful prayer and solitude. Come visit, a book is available to leave prayer intentions.
Having arrived June 7th, Christ the King stands staunch on the front lawn of the Rectory overseeing, more often then not, the troubled streets of Newburgh. Turned to face the city itself, he represents the faith filled, prayful community of St. Francis and the goodness to come to our city.
And what do we see at the back door of the convent ... a fresh new look.
Representative of the life that will soon fill the Convent and reflect to the community.