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    /slideshows/homeCustom700x463/IMG_2356.jpg Welcome to East River Catholics The united parish of St. John the Martyr, St. John Nepomucene and St. Frances Xavier Cabrini /about-us _parent
    /slideshows/homeCustom700x463/IMG_9861.jpg Interior of St. John Nepomucene at 66th St. and First Ave.
    /slideshows/homeCustom700x463/Good%20Shepherd%20Chapel%20%20St.%20Frances%20XC.jpg Good Shepherd Chapel on Roosevelt Island 8:15am and 9:15am Sunday Mass (at Cabrini Chapel), 11:15 am Sunday Mass (Good Shepherd Chapel)
    /slideshows/homeCustom700x463/IMG_6176.jpg Slovak Heritage Festival - West Windsor, NJ Fr. Richard Baker, main celebrant of the Slovak Mass - Oct. 2, 2016
  • St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

    Mass Times
    Sunday 8:15 and 9:15 AM at Cabrini Chapel
    11:15 AM at Good Shepherd Chapel
    Tuesday - Friday 9:00 AM at Cabrini Chapel, 564 Main St.
    Holy Day 9 AM and 7 PM
    (Cabrini Chapel, 564 Main Street)
    CONFESSIONS           By request/appointment
                                           - call 212-734-4613

    DEVOTIONS                Following the 9:00 AM Mass
                                          (Cabrini Chapel - Roosevelt Island)
      Wednesday - Miraculous Medal Novena
    Thursday - St. Peregrine Novena
        (for the ill members of our parish and the    
          surrounding hospitals.)
       
       
       


     
  • St. John Nepomucene

    Mass Times
    Saturday
    Sunday
    5:00 PM (Vigil)
    9:00 AM, 10:15 AM (Slovak)
    12:00 PM, 6:00 PM
    Weekday (Mon-Sat) 12:15 PM
    Holy Day 6:00pm (Vigil), 12:15pm
    6:00pm, 7:00pm (Slovak)
    Confessions
    Saturday
    Sunday 
    Monday - Saturday
       
    DEVOTIONS
    4:30 PM 
    9:45 AM (Slovak), 5:30 PM
    12:00 PM
    or by appointment:  212-734-4613

    Following the 12:15 PM Mass
    Monday - Miraculous Medal Novena
    Tuesday - Sacrament of the Sick
    Wednesday - Adoration, with Benediction    
        at 1:30pm
    Thursday - St. Peregrine Novena
    (for the ill members of the parish and surrounding hospitals)