As Christians we are called to honor God as the Creator of Heaven and Earth, of all seen and unseen; we are called to be stewards of creation, to "tend the garden" and take good care of our common home, planet Earth. One way of protecting our common home is to be conscious of the impact we have on the environment, to be conscious of the use of our resources. Our parish and school have long been participants in the recycling programs of the Princeton community; i.e. single stream recycling of paper, plastic, etc.. Recently, we have installed a suitable recycling bin in the church vestibule. Please recycle your used paper and plastic bottle waste in our new recycling bin in the church vestibule!
Additional parking for Mass on Christmas and Weekends is available nearby directly behind 185 Nassau Street (the old Nassau Street School). It can be reached by turning on to William Street from Washington Road (it will be on your left) or going down Charlton Street (directly across from the Church) and taking the first right on to William Street. The lot will be on your right.
Our parish is now steaming live our Sunday 10:00 am Mass on our parish website for those who are home bound and unable to attend Sunday Mass. Simply click on the image of the Church to right to start the media player. An archive of the Mass will also be available for on demand viewing. Please contact the parish office for more information or if you are having any difficulty.
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