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 A Warm Welcome is extended to all who have come to Saint Ignatius and to the Chapel of Saint Ann to join together in this community of worship and praise to Almighty God. We are grateful to our faithful parishioners who come to our church every weekend. Also, we welcome our neighbors and guests who visit us occasionally and want them to know they are always welcome.
St. Ignatius Church was established in 1885 for Irish Immigrants who settled in what is now Pringle. St. Hedwig's Church (Polish) was established in 1901 and St. Mary's Annunciation church (Lithuanian) was established in 1902. These three were consolidated into St. Ignatius Loyola Parish in 2007-2009. This blending has brought a new awareness of ethnic customs and spirituality. St. Ignatius Loyola Parish remains committed to exemplifying a contemporary approach to Church. It is active in liturgy, social outreach, cultural exchange, and spirituality. In line with diocesan guidelines, the Parish Pastoral Council continues to form a plan based on the areas of Word, Worship, Community, and Service, as put forth by Bishop Joseph Bambera in his pastoral letter, Wounded and Loved, Regathering the Scattered. 

Based on the Bishop's pastoral, Wounded and Loved, Regathering the Scattered, the ministries of the parish can be structured around Word, Worship, Community and Service and implemented by Servant Leadership.

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holy mass of 10/18/2020

Daily Mass Schedule 

Monday – Friday​​ 7:30 a.m.​​
Monday - Friday​​ 12:10 p.m.


Weekend Liturgies

All Masses at the Church for now: 

Saturday​​​ 4:00 p.m.​ & 6:00 p.m. 


Sunday ​​​7:00 a.m. ​- 10:30 a.m.​-12:30 p.m.


Sunday​​​ 8:30 a.m. Mass will be live streamed only.

Saturday at 12 Noon - Church

Never measure your generosity by what you give, but rather by what you have left.
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen (1895-1979)


©2020 The Church of St. Ignatius Loyola

Phone 570-288-6446

339 North Maple Ave.
Kingston, Pa. 18704

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