• Stress, anxiety and depression fueled by the coronavirus crisis — perhaps in ways never previously experienced — is “absolutely understandable,” according to Father John Hayes.

    <p>Father John Hayes participates in a pet blessing at Scottsville&rsquo;s St. Mary of the Assumption Church in 2019. The priest recently offered tips on how to handle stress and anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo)  </p>

    Father John Hayes participates in a pet blessing at Scottsville’s St. Mary of the Assumption Church in 2019. The priest recently offered tips on how to handle stress and anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic. (File photo)

  • On Wednesday, April 22, at 11:00 a.m., Fathers Bill Coffas and Anthony Nketiah were surprised to hear many horns honking in the Our Mother of Sorrows Church parking lot in Greece. ...

  • Public Masses have been suspended in the Diocese of Rochester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Father William Coffas wants to remind the faithful that private liturgies are still taking...

    <p>Father William Coffas celebrates the Eucharist March 11, 2015. (File photo)  </p>

    Father William Coffas celebrates the Eucharist March 11, 2015. (File photo)

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