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 









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

Memorial of Saint Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of the Church
January 24, 2022

Readings for the Memorial of Saint Francis de Sales, bishop and doctor of the Church

Reading I 2 Sm 5:1-7, 10

All the tribes of Israel came to David in Hebron and said:
“Here we are, your bone and your flesh.
In days past, when Saul was our king, 
it was you who led the children of Israel out and brought them back.
And the LORD said to you, ‘You shall shepherd my people Israel 
and shall be commander of Israel.’”
When all the elders of Israel came to David in Hebron, 
King David made an agreement with them there before the LORD, 
and they anointed him king of Israel.



January 23, 2022 : Homily- Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 23, 2022

It’s pretty easy to believe in God when things are going on well, right?  Well, maybe I need to put that in a different way.  Let me try again.  It’s easy to believe in a God (who loves us and is continually caring for us and watching over us and providing for us) when things are going well, right?  And that’s no surprise.  When life is pretty good we can imagine a God whose plan for the world is going along well as planned.

For example, when our marriage is solid and life-giving we can imagine that God brought the two of us together.  And when we are happy in our jobs and are making plenty of money we can imagine that God had a…