St. Catherine of Siena (Moscow, PA)
- St. Catherine of Siena (Moscow, PA)
St. Catherine of Siena Parish is located in Moscow, PA on Church Street near Main Street. It is a parish of the Roman Catholic Church that operates under the Diocese of Scranton. It primarily serves the towns of Moscow, Madisonville, Daleville, and Spring Brook.
Reverend Robert Simon - Pastor
John Franceschelli - Deacon
Sunday Mass Times: Saturday 5PM, Sunday 7:30AM, 9AM, 11:30AM.
Weekday masses are offered each day at 8:30 AM in the Eucharistic Chapel.
Confessions are offered each Saturday in the Eucharistic Chapel.
- A preschool program is offered to children of age 4 (pre-kindergarten) that runs according to the North Pocono School District schedule.
- An after-school "latchkey" program is offered to children of elementary grade levels (grades K through 5).
- Religious Education program for children grades K through 8 will guide students through making First Holy Eucharist and eventually will culminate with Confirmation.
For more information about the Diocese of Scranton, visit their homepage. [http://www.dioceseofscranton.org]
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