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    St. Clements is an Amazing Parish! Not just because of who we are but now as an operating model. Want to learn more about what that means? Click this link to check out the source: https://amazingparish.org/get-started/#faq  ... more
  • Serve the Community in Love…

    Help celebrate the Mass at St. Clements.  Participate in the Liturgical Ministry and the LifeSong Band!  This is a great opportunity to serve the Community, just as Jesus commanded.... more
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    … is a growing, weekly, children’s food assistance backpack program.  It is focused on the poorest of Saratoga’s children.  These are children of households that are so impoverished that there is not enough food on the table... more
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    Pope Francis has made an Apostolic Exhortation – GAUDETE ET EXSULTATE – on the call to holiness in today’s world. His modest goal is to repropose this call to... more
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Our Lady of Perpetual Help This image, OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP, is the most widely recognized icon in the world. It depicts Mary comforting the infant Jesus as angels show him the instruments of the crucifixion. In 1866 Pope Pius IX entrusted this icon to the Redemptorists, asking them to “make her known throughout the world.”  Learn more.


Visit one of our elderly friends this Christmas Season.  Can’t commit to a visit? Participate in other ways:

  • Donate funds or gift cards*
  • Pray for our elderly friends*

(*making spiritual bouquet cards is a great kids’ activity)

  • To sign up as a visitor, please contact

Jim Lille  jlille@nycap.rr.com  518-583-2734

*Please place donations, gift cards, and spiritual bouquets in an envelope labeled St. Clement’s Outreach (Christmas

Angels) Drop off in any Outreach box, at the parish office, or mail to 231 Lake Ave.  Saratoga Springs, NY  12866




Bishop Robert Barron explains the Incarnation of Jesus.