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Liturgy and Worship

As members of the Body of Christ, we are all called to actively and consciously participate in the liturgies of the Church through our presence, ritual action, prayer, silence and song.  At Pitt-Johnstown, we aim to enter into the mystery of Christ that the Church celebrates in her liturgy, so that the faithful may live from it and bear witness to it in the world.

 Liturgy & Worship Schedule
Get information on Pitt-Johnstown's weekly Mass, Adoration and Confession times.  Additional links for other, local Catholic Church Mass times can also be found here.

Holy Days of Obligation & Other Special Liturgies
Not sure which days are Holy Days of Obligation or when they are being celebrated on campus?  Want to know more about our Advent and Lenten schedules?  Get up to date information, here.

  Liturgical Ministries
Learn more about how you can serve on campus as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, an Altar Server, a Lector or a Hospitality Minister.  The Liturgical Ministry schedule is also posted for your convenience.
Check out these resources that will help you learn how to pray a rosary.  Beginners and experts are welcome to join us every Thursday as we pray this Marian devotion in Whalley Chapel. 
  Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Learn more about the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on campus.  It acts as a room of reservation for the Blessed Sacrament, but also serves as a quiet place for Catholic students, faculty and staff to offer a prayer during the day.

 Third Edition of the Roman Missal
Still uncertain as to why certain changes were made to the wording used at Mass?  Check out these resources on the new translation of the Mass.
  Weddings in Whalley Chapel
Get information and review the guidelines for having a Catholic wedding in Whalley Chapel.