Parish Community of St. Eulalia

214 Blue Shutters Road
Roaring Brook Twp.,
Pennsylvania 18444-7615

Rev. Jeffrey D. Tudgay, J.C.L., Pastor

Mass and Confession Schedules

Confession & Adoration:
Mon. 5:30-7:00pm or by request

Weekday Mass:
8:00am (Mon-Th)

Weekend Masses:
Sat. 4:00pm
Sun. 8:00am, 10:05am (livestream), 12:00pm

Holy Days:
Vigil - 5:30pm
Feast Day - 8:00am & 7:00pm

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Office Hours

Mon.-Th. 9:00am to 3:00pm
Fri. 9:00am to 12:00pm

Please note, our offices have moved into the Conlan Center. Please enter using the doors to the right of the parish hall.

Phone: 570-842-7656
Fax: 570-842-7193

Lent Resources

Virtual Adult Faith Formation with Father Tudgay

Join Father Tudgay via Zoom
for a three-week lecture series on
Liturgy and the Sacraments
Wednesday, 2/24 | Wednesday, 3/3 | Wednesday, 3/10

The link for the next Zoom lecture will be posted prior to the event on Wed. 3/3.

Thank you to all who joined us for Father's first part of the lecture series. He gave us a beautiful, and very different, way to think about the "liturgy."

If you weren't able to join us we recorded the session. To view, click the link below and enter the passcode/password if prompted.
Access Passcode: G+hQ4XJ?

Lenten Reminders
Lent is a time for sacrifice and for spiritual renewal as we reflect upon our baptism and the call given to each of us to walk as disciples of the Lord. As faithful followers of Jesus, we are traditionally encouraged to honor the sacred season of Lent by embracing the three pillars of Lenten observance:
+ Almsgiving - generously giving to those in need
+ Fasting - practicing self-discipline and self-denial
+ Prayer - reading, hearing and reflecting on the Word of God

FOR ADULTS (we also have a page with Lent resources for Youth & Families)

Print Resource: MAGNIFICAT. A Companion for the Forty Days of Lent follows a practical, page-a-day format and contains inspiring daily reflections from some of the most gifted Catholic writers. 
- Faith-filled essays
- Prayers, poetry, and devotions
- Meditations for the Way of the Cross
- A treasury of spiritual insights

By spending a few moments meditating on the inspiring daily reflections and the short prayers that follow them, you will accompany Jesus through his Passion and Death, emerging on Easter Sunday to the overflowing joy of his Resurrection.

These MAGNIFICAT prayer booklets are available in the parish atrium or by emailing

Online Resource: Making Lent Real with Sacred Space 
Lent: A Springtime for the Spirit

Lent derives from the Old English word Leneten, which means the season of spring.  In the Northern hemisphere Lent is that time of year when snows melt, days lengthen, and new foliage begins to bloom. Nature is alive again! The winter sleep is ended. Just as nature awakens to growth and new life, each Lent issues a renewed invitation to us believers to awaken to the Paschal Mystery which brings hope to the world. The Paschal Mystery of Jesus’ suffering, death, and resurrection for us will bring springtime to our weary spirits.  

From Sacred Space: Making Lent Real -- The Lenten practices of finding our own wilderness, of prayer, almsgiving and fasting foster one purpose: that we might open ourselves to God, and to pray that whatever within us is false may be removed. Instead may a self-donating love flourish in our hearts.

Additional Resources