Saint Edward Mission

Mission Statement: Our Parish Family at St. Edward’s Church is a Catholic community where the saving word is proclaimed “so that all might grow in the love and knowledge of God”; as a place for the worship of the One by Whom, through Whom, and in Whom we are saved; as a mean s for gathering believers in community; and as a resource for the generous service of all people. Amen

Welcome to St. Edward’s Catholic Church in Pulaski, Va. We are a mission of St. Mary’s Mother of God in Wytheville, VA. Our small parish family is led by Fr. Frank Boat and is a close knit family who welcomes all who enter our doors.

North Washington Ave & 7th Street NW (P.O. Box 1670), Pulaski, VA 24301

Mass Times

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St. Edward Mass Schedule
Daily:  TBA

Sunday: 11:00am 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Directions

Directions

Take Exit 94 off of I-81 toward the Town of Pulaski. Go to the fourth traffic light and turn right onto Washington Ave. Travel Washington Ave, through the blinking caution light, up the hill to 7th Ave and the church is on the right.

Daily Reading

Daily Reading

Thursday of the Fifth Week of Easter
May 19, 2022

Reading I Acts 15:7-21

After much debate had taken place,
Peter got up and said to the Apostles and the presbyters,
“My brothers, you are well aware that from early days
God made his choice among you that through my mouth
the Gentiles would hear the word of the Gospel and believe.
And God, who knows the heart,
bore witness by granting them the Holy Spirit
just as he did us.
He made no distinction between us and them,
for by faith he purified their hearts.
Why, then, are you now putting God to the test
by placing on the shoulders of the disciples
a yoke that neither our ancestors…

Homily

Homily

May 15, 2022: Homily- Fifth Sunday of Easter
May 15, 2022

“He will wipe every tear from their eyes . . .”

If you’ve ever experienced something tremendously painful in your life you know that it can be all-consuming.  These kinds of things can dominate our thoughts.  They can worry us beyond measure.  They can take us to some pretty dark places.  And they can feel as if they will never go away.

And when we are experiencing some sort of deep sorrow or disappointment, we often hope to get some comfort and compassion from others, some understanding and empathy.  Yet, we don’t always get that.  In fact, we often get ridiculously simple statements or advice or comments that don’t help at all, or worse yet, make our sorrow even heavier. For example:

Just say a…