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A number of our parishioners are nurturing their spirituality and learn more about Catholic faith through FORMED. FORMED is an online Catholic organization which provides the very best Catholic contents from more than 60 organizations to help parishes, families and individuals explore their faith anywhere. Supporting thousands of movies, children’s programs, e-books, audio, parish programs and studies direct to your browser, mobile or connected device. For more information visit at or contact our local coordinator Mary Klee at



Blessed Sacrament Parish is the home of Knights of Columbus St. Joseph Council No: 5398. Knights of Columbus are Catholic gentlemen committed to the exemplification of charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism, and defense of the priesthood. The Order is consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Order is unequivocal in its loyalty to the Pope, the Vicar of Christ on earth. It is firmly committed to the protection of human life, from conception to natural death, and to the preservation and defense of the family. It was on these bedrock principles that the Order was founded over a century ago and remains true to them today.


St. Joseph Council 5398 holds its monthly meetings on the first Monday each months at 7:00PM at Blessed Sacrament School. The council nurtures the Catholic spirituality of its members through Volunteer services, charitable contributions, membership campaigns, support for church vocations, church support and Forth Degree nights.  For more information on Council 5398 visit their website at



Blessed Sacrament Church organizes spiritual workshops during Lent and Advent seasons to enrich her parishioners with their Catholic faith. Programs may range from inviting speakers from the parish or from out of the parish or they may based on the series of online, video, DVDs on aspects of Catholic faith such as the Mass by Bishop Robert Barron. For more information on this contact Rectory office at or 315-437-3394.



Do you have questions about the Catholic faith, or does someone you know have questions? Do you know anyone who is considering the possibility of becoming a member of the Catholic Church? Are you yourself considering this possibility? Perhaps now is the time that God is calling you to action, whether on your behalf or on the behalf of another.


The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults RCIA (and the Rite of Christian Initiation for Children RCIC) is for anyone over age 7, who: has never be baptized OR has been baptized in another Christian religion, OR has been baptized Catholic, but has not received the sacraments of First Eucharist and/or Confirmation.



For information about RCIA or RCIC or to have a detailed conversation about the program contact the parish office or e-mail to Deacon Dan Stevens at

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