Marianne Cope Roman Catholic Parish
The Parish of St. Marianne Cope is a community of believers in Jesus Christ, who are called to fulfill the message of the Gospel to love God, neighbor, and self. We live our Catholic faith in imitation of the mission of Jesus, through prayer, teaching, service, and healing. We seek to provide opportunities for you to experience, know, love, and serve God rooted in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Our three worship sites, St. Joseph's, Good Shepherd, and Guardian Angels, have a long history of friendship, shared prayer, and outreach ministries. St. Joseph’s parish was founded in 1864. Good Shepherd Church was founded in 1911, and in 1960, Guardian Angels Church splintered off Good Shepherd Church to accommodate the burgeoning Henrietta community. In June of 2011, these three churches clustered to form the Rush Henrietta Catholic Community. Finally, in April of 2012, we became Marianne Cope Roman Catholic Parish of Monroe County.
Blessed Marianne Cope was canonized on October 21, 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI. Her feast day is her birthday, January 23rd. To learn more about St. Marianne click here!
All three worship sites are handicap accessible and equipped with hearing loop. We also make a special effort to be family friendly.
Come worship with us!