Welcome to St. Luke the Evangelist

Our annual diocesan Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) for 2020-2021 has begun.
You can learn more about how your contributions are used, watch the CMA video, and contribute online at https://www.dor.org/giving/catholic-ministries-appeal/

Coronavirus Status

We are celebrating public Masses at 33% capacity (face masks required)

Seating will be limited.  If you will be coming to Sunday Mass you MUST call and speak with someone in the office to reserve a seat BEFORE you come (585-243-1100).

  Here is a link to what you need to know BEFORE coming to Mass.  

Here is a link to our new YouTube channel where you can find our livestreaming Mass each Sunday at 10:15 a.m.

Mass from Rochester by Fr. Tom Mull is available on TV - WHEC-TV (Rochester)

  • 5:30 a.m. Sunday on News10 NBC
  • 8 a.m. Sunday on MeTV (over-the-air channel 10.2 and Cable channel 1245).

Please note that Bishop Matano has said that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass will continue while the Coronavirus pandemic continues.  People who are sick with any symptoms should stay home.  Anyone who is vulnerable to illness should also stay home to ensure their own good health.  

Here is information on making an "Act of Spiritual Communion"

Letters From Our Bishop and more from our diocese regarding Coronavirus

Some of our churches will be open for private prayer during the following times:

  • St. Mary's in Geneseo - everyday from from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm (following Masses on Sunday and Monday)
  • Holy Angels in Nunda - everday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm (following Mass on Sunday)

We will continue to monitor the situation and further changes will be posted here and on our Facebook page.

Alleluia!  Alleluia!  Alleluia!

Come visit Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament!
Eucharistic Adoration is once again being celebrated at
St. Mary's Church in Geneseo on Thursdays
from 5:00 to 7:00 pm

There is a communal holy hour on the third Thursday of each month at St. Patrick's in Mt. Morris from 2:00 to 3:00 pm with the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet

To sign up for online giving click here

Growing in Relationship with Jesus
At the heart of our faith is a relationship with our Lord.  A life of faith begins in Baptism and grows as we learn about our Lord and what he teaches.  

  • To find out about having a baby baptized or even if you are an adult and would like to become Catholic, call our office and speak with Leslie Nieves
  • To enroll a child in faith formation (K-8, Sunday School) or for information about preparing for First Penance, First Communion, or Confirmation, ask for Cathy Meyer

Where to Find Upcoming Events

Our parish mission theme beginning December 1, 2019 (1st Sunday of Advent) is the Year of the Family.  We will be working on activities and spirituality geared for our families to help them live out their faith.  Click here for more information.

We are offering montly calendars with family activities for each day:

Printable Calendar - October 4th - October 31st

Protecting Our Children and Vulnerable Adults
We take the safety of our children and vulnerable adutls seriously.  Find out more about what our diocese is doing and for newsletters with important information to safeguard those in your care go to https://www.dor.org/safe/

Direct link to newsletters

Responding to Lawsuits
From the NYS Child Victims Acts and Bankruptcy

On September 12, 2019, in response to lawsuits filed under the Child Victims Act, our diocese filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy 

See pictures from parish events  

What your pastor won’t tell you about parish giving

 The average share of our income that we U.S. Catholics give to our Church (including not just weekly parish giving, but special collections and other Church-related charities) is a mere 1% – the same as it’s been as long as anyone’s been counting. That’s the lowest percentage of giving of any major religious denomination in the United States. The truth is that fewer than 1 in 3 Americans who identify themselves as Catholic attend Mass on a “regular” basis (defined as at least once a month). And of those regular attendees, only 30% give to the support of their parish. Of those, many are likely to toss the same 2 or 3 crumpled dollar bills into the collection basket as their parents did before them. And this in a time when just keeping the lights on, the boiler heated up, the organ in tune, and the parking lot free of potholes costs more than ever. Read more


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13 North Street, Geneseo, NY 14454


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St. Mary Church

4 Avon Road, Geneseo, NY 14454

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St. Thomas Aquinas

175 Main Street, Leicester, NY 14481

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St. Patrick Church

46 Stanley Street, Mt. Morris, NY 14510

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St. Lucy Church

2770 Retsof Avenue, Retsof, NY 14539

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Holy Angels Church

45 N Church Street, Nunda, NY 14517

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Weekend Masses

St. Mary Church:

Sundays 8am, 10:15am

St. Patrick Church:

Sundays 10am

St. Lucy Church:

Saturday Vigil 4pm

Holy Angels Church:

Sundays 8:15am

Weekday Masses

St. Mary's:

Mondays 8am

St. Thomas Aquinas:

Wednesdays 8am
Fridays 8am

St. Patrick Church:

Tuesdays 8am



With the Coronavirus precautions in place, Confessions are NOT offered Saturday evenings.  Confessions are available during Adoration or by appointment.

St. Lucy Church:

Saturdays 3:30-4pm

For some guidance on going to confession check out:



(times subject to change for Holy Days and special events)


St. Mary's:

Private Adoration
Thursdays 5:00 to 7:00 pm

St. Patrick Church:

Communal Holy Hour
Third Thursday of the month2
2:00 to 3:00 pm

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Anointing of the Sick

If you or your loved one have a serious physical illness or a terminal illness, please call one of our priests for the Anointing of the Sick.


Please call the parish office to schedule your child's Baptism.


Arrange at least six months in advance at the Parish Office.

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