The St. Louis Church
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Join us at St. Louis Church this Easter season, and discover what Gospel joy is all about! Let our spiritual home become your spiritual home. The door is always open!

For more information, please call (585) 586-5675 or we invite you to attend one of our services at 64 South Main Street, Pittsford, NY 14534.

News

2016 NPH USA Annual Report.

St. Louis has provided means to ease the humanitarian crisis in Haiti
supporting the effective efforts of parish friend Fr. Rick Frechette, Passionist Priest and physician
at St. Damien Pediatric Hospital

I'm ready to launch some fireworks over this!  We have been (not so) patiently waiting for FORMED to come out with an app.  It's here!  So go to your app store and search for FORMED.  One thing I found helpful with this app is that it allows you to browse and search easier for specific content. 

AND...they tell me that COMING SOON is offline playback of selected content for access without requiring an active internet connection.  That's what I want so I can listen to audios while I'm...

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Saint's Place

Saint's Place
585-385-6860
Saint’s Place is in need of furniture, household goods, clothing and financial support, as well as additional donated storage space. With your help and prayers, we can continue to create comfortable homes for refugees seeking asylum in the United States. We are also continually in need of more volunteers to assist in this important ministry.

From the Pastor

And So It Happened

Our 1st reading is a prophecy of Zechariah, who foresees a restoration for Israel. Reminiscent of the golden days of the kingdom, he foresees God’s plan to bring about a universal kingdom (from seas to sea) through a humble messiah, one not riding in on a warhorse, but riding on a colt, the foal of an ass, a beast of burden, reminiscent of the days when the king was a shepherd, a pastoral leader.  The case can be made that Jesus was very aware of this prophecy, and of his role, when he rode into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday just as Zechariah describes.

From the Pastor Archive