St. Alexander's Church
Mon. - Thur.: 9:00 a.m.
Rosary immediately following if you would like to stay.
Sat.: Confessions - 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Mass - 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sun.: 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m & 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
St. James Church
Sun: 9:00 a.m.
St. Joseph - Dannemora
Sunday: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Assumption of Mary - Redford
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
8:00 am - Noon
Online donations & collections
The Church has set up online collections and donations. To make it easier for everyone to make weekly donations even when you can't be here or purchase tickets for events. By clicking the link provided it will take you to a site that will provide you with options and step by step instructions.
Words of Welcome...
The Roman Catholic Community of St. Alexander, St. Joseph & St. James parish in the Diocese of Ogdensburg. Presently, there are 1,416 families registered at the parish of St. Alexander, St. Joseph & St. James. Registering with the parish is easy, just call the office at 518-561-5039.
Here at St. Alexander's, St. Joseph's & St. James's we welcome in the spirit of Jesus as we claim and celebrate our catholic faith by reaching out with love to all God's children. Our family of faith cherishes the gift of all life and welcomes the faith filled and those who struggle with faith. Everyone is welcome to worship with us. This includes people of every age, color, ethnicity, origin, ability, marital status, sexual orientation, and life situation. As a family of faith we journey as one, together we learn to forgive, to heal, to witness, to welcome and to love one another as Jesus has loved us.
We gather daily as a faith community to celebrate the Eucharist together. Between 15 to 20 people attend daily Mass and approximately 550 to 650 parishioners attend Sunday Masses. Assisting at Masses are Altar Servers, Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Ushers, Greeters, Music Ministry consisting of one choir, cantors/leaders of songs, organist and one choir director.
On Monday mornings following Mass, we pray as a community of faith the Novena to our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. There is Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament the third Tuesday of the month following the 9 a.m. Mass at St. Alexander's concluding with benediction at 4 p.m.. In addition the recitation of the Rosary is offered after every week day Mass.
We invite and encourage you to consider joining one of our many committees, ministry groups and organizations that enhance the spiritual growth of our parish community.
Posted in Blog on 03/28/18
REMINDER: OFFICE CLOSED ON APRIL 2ND. HAPPY EASTER
Posted in Blog on 01/11/18
The Parish Office will be Closed this Monday January 15th. Enjoy the Holiday
Posted in Blog on 12/07/17
A special Thank You to the Brown Funeral Home for the gift of calendars. ... Read More »
- Angel Aquila, Office Associate
- Father Gilbert Menard, Priest in Parish
- Deacon Michael J. Howley, Deacon
- Pastor Scott Seymour, Reverend
- Father L. William Gordon, In-Residence
- Jackie Black, Office/Finance
- Sister Deepali Bankar, Director of Religious Education
- Rene' Dewyea, Youth Minister
- Ben Reavis, Organist/Pianist/Children's Choir Director
- Wanda Haby, Adult Choir Director
- Steve Delorme, Custodian
Saint of the Day
07/17/19 6:00 am
A contemporary of the American Revolution and of Blessed Junipero Serra, Francisco GarcÃ©s was born in 1738 in Spain, where he joined the Franciscans.After ordination in 1763, he was sent to Mexico. Five years later he was assigned to San Xavier del Bac near Tucson, one of several missions the Jesuits had founded in Arizona and New Mexico before being expelled in 1767 from all territories controlled by the Catholic king of Spain. In Arizona, Francisco worked among the Papago, Yuma, Pima and Apache Native Americans. His missionary travels took him to many places, including the Grand Canyon and California.Friar Francisco Palou, a contemporary, writes that Father GarcÃ©s was greatly loved by the indigenous peoples, among whom he lived unharmed for a long time. They regularly gave him food and referred to him as "Viva Jesus," which was the greeting he taught them to use.For the sake of their indigenous converts, the Spanish missionaries wanted to organize settlements away from the Spanish soldiers and colonists. But the commandant in Mexico insisted that two new missions on the Colorado River, MisiÃ³n San PedroÂ y San Pablo and MisiÃ³n La PurÃsima ConcepciÃ³n, be mixed settlements.A revolt among the Yumas against the Spanish left Friars Juan Diaz and Matias Moreno dead at MisiÃ³n San Pedro y San Pablo. Friars Francisco GarcÃ©s and Juan Barreneche were killed at MisiÃ³n La PurÃsima ConcepciÃ³n, the site of Fort Yuma.Read More