This drawing depicts the St. Vitus Church 1907 building inserted into the current building with Fr. DeMita and Italian immigrants who founded the parish.

 

Welcome!

We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people.


 

Announcements
 

 Current Bulletin  

Yankee Candle Sale at St. Vitus School Will continue throughout the year!           (Click here for Details and Start Shopping)

Ministry Schedules for Dec 2016 and Jan 2017 and Preference Form 
(Reminder:  Ministry Schedule Preference forms are due by January 9)
Choir Schedule for September 2016 thru January 2017
Cantor Schedule for November and December
Ladies Guild Calendar Updated for November 2016 thru June 2017
Our Campaign for the Church Alive! Update - Jul 31 thru Nov 30, 2015


Click on a photo below to launch link:

Religious Education
 
 


 

New Castle Catholic Community Website

 

Daily Meditation Faith in Action News & Perspectives Sacramental Life

 

Catholic Cemeteries of Lawrence County
St. Mary's, St. Joseph & St. Vitus Cemeteries, Resurrection Mausoleum
415 Highland Avenue, New Castle, PA 16105 Telephone: 724-652-9932

 

Mass Schedule

Weekday, M-W-F 8:00am;
Saturday, 4:00pm;
Sunday, 7:00am & 9:00am


On Mission for the Church Alive

Read More About
On Mission at
www.catholicnewcastle.org
 


Prevent Child Abuse
If you or a loved one were harmed in any way by a Catholic priest or employee of a Catholic church at any time, please contact the Diocese of Pittsburgh's Victim's Assistance Hotline at 1-888-808-1235.  You may also call the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Abuse Hotline at 1-800-932-0313.  The Catholic Church is committed to address every instance of child abuse, and to prevent his in the future.  You need not carry this burden alone.


 

2 Week Upcoming Events
for
All Four Parishes
(Details)

 


 

Links

 

Father Frank's Blog
 

Vatican's Jubilee of Mercy

Diocese of Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania Catholic Conference

 

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

 

Vatican