The Church of Saint Catherine of Siena          Moscow, Pennsylvania
   . . . A Roman Catholic Parish Community serving the people of North Pocono in the Diocese of Scranton

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Pastor: Father Robert Simon

Youth Minister

P.O. Box 250 - 220 Church Street, Moscow, PA  18444-0250
Phone: Office: 570.842.4561   Fax: 570.842.6648
Pre-School: 570.848.1258  press 1

Director of 
Religious Ed: Sandra Czyzyk
Religious Education: 570.848.1258 press 2

Pastoral Associate
phone: 570.842.4561

OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm

Parish office: Mary Franceschelli

Bookkeeping: Donna Haran

Safe Environment Coordinator:  Pam Julian


                  Mass Schedule 

Daily Mass is celebrated in our Eucharistic Chapel:

        Monday          8:00 AM
        Tuesday         8:00 AM
        Wednesday    8:00 AM
        Thursday        8:00 AM (Only during Lent)

        Friday             8:00 AM

Weekend Mass schedule is as follows:

       Saturday:          5:00 p.m.

       Sunday:            7:30 a.m.

                                 9:00 a.m.

                                11:30 a.m.

Sunday Vespers:  5:00 p.m. in Chapel

Check the weekly bulletin for Holy Days and changes.

Reconciliation/Confessions: This sacrament is celebrated on Saturday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in the Eucharistic Chapel.


On behalf of our parish community we wish to welcome you  and your family to Saint Catherine’s.  We are a community that can trace its roots back to the 1850’s  and a little church that once stood in what is today, Saint Catherine’s Cemetery.  Like all churches at that time, we began to grow with the great influx of immigrants and in 1923 moved into the beautiful stone church that can be seen from Church Street and houses our Chapel today.

In the 1980’s it became necessary to build a much larger church and with the skill of the architects, they constructed our present church, using the previous building. This allows us the unique opportunity to retain the traditional look in our Chapel while offering an updated look in our Main Church.

Again it became apparent that we needed to expand our campus to meet the growing needs of our parish.   In 2009 the property across the street became available which contained not only a building that would become our Rectory, but a carriage house that met our needs for  full time youth ministry and parish bible study groups.  The old rectory was removed to make room for additional parking.

Today, Saint Catherine’s numbers over 1500 families from the surrounding communities and continues to grow. Although there are many families, we still try to keep a “sense of family”, a place where people know one another and truly care for one another.


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  Updated:Wednesday, February 15, 2012