Live Stream Masses
Parish Youtube Channel


Masses Being Livestreamed

Saturday, January 21st
4:00 PM

Sunday, January 22nd
8:00 AM ~ 10:30 AM


Church Financial Report

Any parishoner wishing to see the 5 year finanical report for the Parish, can call the Rectory to get a copy of the report.
Again for parishoners only please.
Rectory Office: 570-454-0881

Winter Cancellation Policy

Please view the Cancellation of weekday Masses and Services this winter

The Funeral Mass was held on January 5, 2023.
Link to Funeral of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Statement of the Most Rev. Joseph C. Bambera of Scranton, on the Death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Diocese of Scranton link for Pope Benedict the XVI

Benedict XVI, the Pope Emeritus, died in Vatican City at the age of 95 following a period of ill health, New Years Eve, December 31, 2022.

"With sorrow I inform you that the Pope Emeritus, Benedict XVI, passed away at 9:34 AM (Rome time) in the Mater Ecclesiae Monastery in the Vatican," the Director of the Press Office of the Holy See, Matteo Bruni said.


Pray to the Blessed Mother

Please pray the rosary daily for world peace


Please Order Your Upcoming New Year Personal Misselette for 2023

You can purchase a PERSONAL COPY of the missalette for your use only, or you can purchase a copy of the missalette IN MEMORY of a loved one to be used in the Church.

Complete the form below and return it with $10.00 to the Parish Office by Mail, in the Collection Boxes or in the mailslot in the office door. Missalettes for Personal use will be labeled with your name and placed in the Church for pick-up.

Missalettes for the church will have a label inside the cover listing the name of the person(s) IN MEMORY OF.

Download Missalette Form

Diocesan Annual Appeal 2022
Download the Appeal

Watch 2022 Diocesan Appeal Video


We extend our most sincere THANKS to the members of our Parish community who have responded to Bishop Bambera's call to help the poor, the needy, our Diocesan clergy, and the young people of our Diocese by their generous donation to the ANNUAL DIOCESAN APPEAL. May God bless you for your kind generosity.


FOR YOUR INFORMATION: A total of 271 families/individuals out of a possible 988 at Saints Cyril and Methodius Parish have contributed the amount of $32,951.00 thus far toward the Parish goal of $43,000.00. Once again, we ask for the help of those who have not made a contribution to the Diocesan Annual Appeal to PLEASE consider doing so as soon as possible. Your support and cooperation would be greatly appreciated.

PLEASE NOTE: Notification of contributions to the Diocesan Annual Appeal are received by way of the weekly Sunday offering at Mass and direct notification from the Appeal Office in Scranton. If your name is not listed, please be patient or contact the Parish Office to see if notification of your contribution has been received. Thank you for your kind understanding

How to prepare for Confessions

To prepare for the reception of the sacrament of reconciliation, you can use the following resources to examine your conscience.
Guide for Confession for younger Children
Guide for older Children
Guide for Confession for adults

59 Years ago on March 1, 1963
Our Beloved Saint Joseph Church Burned

See the Gallery Pictures here.

Letter of Request for items.


Pastor's Letters to Parishioners

Christmas Day, 2022

Dear Parishoners, our Church will be open 7AM to 11AM every day until further notice.
Daily/Weekend Masses are set in the Bulletin.
We encourage individual prayer and the Parish faithful to come and pray for your intentions and a cure from this deadly virus that has engulfed our communities, our country and the world.
May God Bless you and Keep you in this time of need.

Sincerely yours in Christ
Pastor Rev. Michael J. Piccola, V.F.

Remember in Your Prayers

All those affected by the Coronavirus
throughout the world:

Compassionate and Loving Father,
In the face of confusion and concern
impart to us the calm of Your presence.
In You allow us to find hope and healing.
Be with those who serve the sick and
give them Your caring hands.
Be with those who lead and give them
Your spirit of wisdom.
Be with those who have fallen ill and
give them Your comforting heart.
Wrap Your arms around our world
and hold us in Your love.
Allow us at this time of trial to then
serve as intruments of that love
to all we meet.
We ask this in Your Name.