2021 Year of St. Joseph
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St. Mark Emporium Church

Welcome to St. Mark - St. James Parish

January 10
Baptism of The Lord 

Connecting the Gospel to the Christmas Season...
Our celebration of
Christmas does not end with the infant Jesus, but with the adult Jesus
being baptized and beginning his saving mission. We who have been baptized with his Spirit take up his work of salvation
during Ordinary Time, continuing his mission of bringing the Good News to others.

This is what John the Baptist proclaimed, "One mightier than I is coming after me.  I am not worthy to stoop and loosen the thongs of his sandals. I have baptized you with water.  He will baptize you with The Holy Spirit."  Mk 1-7:8

Giving Options

Thank you to everyone who has continued their parish offertory gifts during the pandemic.
If you would like the option of making your offertory gifts online,
the Catholic Foundation of Northwest Pennsylvaniais partnering with us to facilitate these online gifts.

Just go to www.MyCatholicFoundation.org and select the “Online Offertory” tab.
Be sure to select St. Mark, Emporium from the drop-down menu when making your gift.

Thank you for your generous support.


or another giving option is through.....



We are pleased to announce on-line giving is now available for St. Mark & St. James churches!

We are using “ABUNDANT”, an on-line giving format.

You can download the ABUNDANT app. on your cell phone

or at www.abundantgifts.com on your computer;

search for St. Mark Parish, then sign up with your email address and create a password.

You can select one or more options to contribute to.

(St. James contributions are listed with an “SJ”

following all contribution categories ex: “Regular Offertory SJ”)


You may also mail your offertory envelopes to the rectory
235 East Fourth St, Emporium PA. 15834 

Masses at Saint Mark, Emporium, Pennsylvania will continue as usual
at 5:00 PM Saturday and 9:00 AM.
Family mass will still occur Sunday at 5:30 PM.
Live stream available.
If you have any hesitations coming to mass due to COVID-19 concerns, please be safe by staying at home.
Also, if you have Covid, a cold or flu type symptoms, or pre-existing conditions please stay at home.

In addition, you can Livestream in O’Connell Hall (with communion to follow) for avoiding the crowd.
Communion after mass is available by calling ahead to
Father Paul 486-0569 extension 105.

HOME VISITS by St. Mark Eucharistic Minister on weekends are suspended
and will not occur until further notice.


Learn & Enjoy Your Faith at Home and On the Go From Any Device.

Sign up NOW for FORMED.ORG...

The Catholic Faith On Demand.  

FORMED has top Catholic presenters like Bishop Barron and Dr. Scott Hahn;

all the good Catholic movies and excellent books.

Visit FORMED.org...click sign-up,
select ‘I belong to a Parish or Organization', find our parish
{St. Mark} by entering our zip code (15834)
….enter your email address—-and you’re in!
Check your email account for the link to start using FORMED.

If you have ROKU, and most Emporium resident do have it on their TV's through Zitomedia,
you can set up FORMED as one of your favorites.
Just access Roku, and search for FORMED.  
Select it, follow the directions, and you're set!

This awesome app has been provided to St. Mark/St. James parishes

through an Education Grant from The Catholic Foundation of NW PA.

(Stay tuned for more information about FORMED)
Here is Pick of the Week!
When you click on WATCH you will be directed
to a page that has several choices of videos
to watch that will further enlighten us
to topics of our faith.

Click this link to see the changes in the protocol
for resumption of public masses

from the Diocese of Erie,
as of September 21, 2020.

Masses are being live-streamed on our Facebook page:

St Mark Catholic Church

 and on YouTube:

Saint Mark Emporium. PA

or you can click on the bottom of this page to view the latest masses

daily masses at 8:15 am

Saturday at 5:00 pm
Sunday at 9:00 am

Join us every Wednesday for Holy Hour
(on December 30, there will be no Holy Hour.  There is a Mass at 6:00 p.m. on this day.)

6:00 PM – Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

 and Confession

7:00 PM – Benediction

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