Parish Mission – April 27 – April 29

Discipleship in Christ…Easter 2015 St. Francis Solanus Parish Mission April 27 – April 29, 7:00 - 8:30 pm Featuring Fr. Richard Fragomeni,  Professor of Liturgy and Preaching Richard Fragomeni is a presbyter of the Diocese of Albany, New York and has been a member of the Catholic Theological Union faculty since 1990. His teaching involves him in Roman Catholic theology, … [Read more...]

St. Francis Parish Newsletter – May 2015

View the May 2015 edition of our St. Francis Parish Newsletter (PDF) … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – April 24, 2015

PARISH MISSION Please come to the Parish Mission beginning Monday, April 27th through Wednesday, April 29th. This is a wonderful event for your entire family. It will be 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the church every evening. For more information call 222-2898. 8th GRADE GRADUATION PICTURES Tuesday, April 28th, the 8th grade will be having their graduation pictures at 8:30 a.m. The students received the … [Read more...]

Parish Center Update – April 19, 2015

WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR OPEN HOUSE!!! Our Stewardship Committee is planning an Open House for the Parish Center on Sunday, May 17th. The dedication ceremony will be held at a later date. More details to come. Did you know…the handicap entrance on the North side of the rectory is almost complete? It won’t be much longer and you will be able to use this entrance to access the church … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – April 17, 2015

PARISH MISSION: Please come to the Parish Mission beginning Monday, April 27th through Wednesday, April 29th. This is a wonderful event for your entire family. It will be 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the church every evening. For more information call 222-2898. SCHOOL PLAY: “IT’S GROOVY” Come see the Best Celebration in town! The Love Generation takes over Crumbs Apple Farm and invites singing groups such … [Read more...]

Parish Center Update for April 12, 2015

Did you know…in the very near future the work will begin on the parking lot behind the Parish Center? The ramps that are currently in use for the 17th Street entrance will be removed when the parking lot is completed. The Oversight Committee decided to offer these ramps to any St. Francis family that will be able to use them for a disabled or handicapped individual. Due to the size of the ramp, we … [Read more...]

2015 Newcomer’s Scholarship

The QCES Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2015 Newcomer’s Scholarship The Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2015 Newcomer’s Scholarship. The Newcomer’s Scholarship is a partially need-based full-tuition scholarship that is awarded annually to one student in Grades K - 8, either Catholic or of another faith, whose family does not … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – April 3, 2015

Your Help Needed for Phase II of the “Adopt an iPad” Campaign! As of March 26, 2015, 54 donors have contributed $22,000 to Phase II of the QCES “Adopt an iPad” Campaign. Based on our current enrollment of 105 students in 6th grade, who will become 7th graders in the 2015-16 school year, approximately $140,000 is needed to fully implement Phase II of the “QCES 1:1 Teaching & Learning … [Read more...]

Parish Center Update – March 29, 2015

Parishioner and Organization Room Scheduling Several individuals and groups have contacted us requesting to schedule events in the Parish Center.  The specifics have not been completed regarding the “rules, costs, etc.”.  However, effective immediately we will begin accepting requests for any event beginning with June 1, 2015 and later. We will hold your request until the final guidelines are … [Read more...]

Marilyn & Steven Prater Family Scholarship Application

Download Application Packet:   Family fund will help students attending St. Francis In late 2007, as Marilyn Prater prepared for her death, she made it clear that she did not want people to send flowers or fleeting acknowledgements. She wanted to channel that energy to help children learn. Marilyn, who served as an elementary school teacher for more than 40 years, had observed the … [Read more...]