GOOD SHEPHERD ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

PENDLETON AND CLARENCE CENTER,

NEW YORK

716-625-8594

GOOD SHEPHERD ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

PENDLETON AND CLARENCE CENTER, NEW YORK

716-625-8594

We are grateful to our priest taking time to come and share with us. 7:00 pm talks will be livestreamed from the website of the parish they are given at:

Monday: goodshepherdpendleton-campus.org

Tuesday: stpiusxgetzville.org

Wednesday: stgregs.org

MASS TIMES

SATURDAY VIGIL - 4:30 PM - PENDLETON
SUNDAY - 9:00AM - PENDLETON
SUNDAY - 11 :00 AM - CLARENCE CENTER
TUESDAY HEALING MASS
  • 7:00 PM - PENDLETON
THURSDAY MORNING MASS
  • 9:00 AM - CLARENCE CENTER

CONFESSIONS
SATURDAY - 3:00PM - 4:10PM

BULLETIN

Read our most recent bulletin to stay up to date with what’s happening at the church and in the community.

OUR MISSION

We, the Roman Catholic Faith Community of Good Shepherd Parish, Pendleton and Clarence Center, profess a strong belief in the Word of God, the presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and a loyalty to the Magisterium of the Church. We strive to live out the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
Come celebrate
St. Patrick's Day
with us!

Saturday, March 16, 2024 after the 4:30 PM Mass in the Pendleton

Parish Hall

$12/ticket presale

$15/ticket at the door

$2 beer

Dinner includes:

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Potatoes and Carrots

Bread and Butter

Dessert

Non-alcoholic Beverage

Music!

Beer available - only $2 per glass

Click on the button to the left or contact the Parish Office - 716-625-8594 by Tuesday, March 12 for presale tickets!

TWO WORSHIP SITES

Welcome to our faith community. Whether you are new to the area, looking for a Catholic Church, seeking to return to a Catholic Church, or investigating what it means to be Catholic, we are glad you are here!


We are a Family Parish of two worship sites located in Pendleton and Clarence Center, New York.


We are a Christ-centered Roman Catholic faith community that is dedicated to bringing God's presence to others through prayer, service and friendship.


As Bishop Michael Fisher and the Diocese of Buffalo leads us through the Road to Renewal, our Family of Parishes has grown to include:

St. Gregory the Great, Williamsville and St. Pius X, Getzville.

LENT BEGAN FEBRUARY 14TH

This year Ash Wednesday occurred on Valentine's Day, a happy coincidence reminding us that love requires Sacrifice.

A GOOD TIME TO RENEW YOUR COMMITMENT TO GOING TO CONFESSION

The very word confession conjures all kinds of stories and images, but those who go to confession know that it is a source of holy comfort and blessed relief.


Confession is a gift, a means of grace, a way to God, and a way back to God.


This sacrament originated early in the church's life, when it became clear that those who had been baptized were not immune to sin.


So, why do we have to go to confession? Lesser sins can still be forgiven by prayer, fasting, works of mercy, and participation in the Eucharist, and greater sins - mortal sins - still need more. Our sins still affect others, and through the ministry of the priest we ask forgiveness of God and reestablish our bond with the community.


Finally, we are obliged to go to confession because participation in the Eucharist is our greatest joy and privilege, as well as a duty (at least once a year, preferably during the Easter season, but that's just the bare minimum).


To participate worthily we must be free of mortal sin. Confession is a gift, a means of grace, a way to God, and a way back to God.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONFESSION WITHIN THE FAMILY OF PARISHES

Good Shepherd - Pendleton Site - Saturdays - 3:00 - 4:10PM


St. Pius X - Getzville - Saturdays - 3:00 - 3:45PM


St. Gregory the Great, Williamsville - Saturdays - 2:30 - 3:45PM

Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Church

good.shepherd5442@gmail.com 716-625-8594