In response to Bishop Bambera’s Pastoral Vision for the Diocese of Scranton, the Parish Pastoral Council began a process of reflecting on who we are and what hopes we have for Holy Spirit Parish. You were invited to be part of this process by completing a survey on our strengths and opportunities for growth in the areas of Word, Worship, Community, and Service. This pastoral plan was developed in response to that feedback. Please click below for more information.
Pastoral Plan
Reverend Louis Kaminski, Pastor 

Mission Statement

We the Eucharistic Community of Holy Spirit Parish, in union with the teachings of our One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church and a people rich in tradition, commit ourselves to a formation and sustenance of Sacramental Christian family life. Through ongoing education, supported by prayer- especially celebration of the Eucharist, we practice a life of faith, hope, and charity based on humility before God, while courageously giving witness to th Gospel of Jesus Christ in support of a culture of life, justice and peace.
The Church of St. Adalbert
 31 S. Market St.
Glen Lyon, PA 18617
The Church of St. Martha
260 Bonnieville Rd.
Stillwater, PA 17814
The Church of St. Mary
150 Main St.
Mocanaqua, PA 18655

Religious Education:
Classes are held each Sunday morning during the academic year.
St. Adalberts: 9:00 am to 10:15 am
St. Mary: Scheduled accordingly for home school students
St. Martha: 10:45 am to 11:45 am
Couples contemplating marriage should notify us at least one year before the date on which you wish to marry.  This should be done before any other arrangements are made.
"Pre-Cana" is required.
Parish Registration:
New Members are always welcome.  Any parishioners entering, leaving, or moving within the parish should contact the Parish Office
Holy Communion is brought to the homebound by the Priest in conjunction with First Friday, or by Extraordinary Minsters of Holy Communion at other times. Please call the Parish Office for this service.
RCIA Rite of Christion Initiation of Adults
In order to understand and better appreciate this special sacrament, parents are required to attend a Pre-Baptismal meeting.  Parents should contact the Parish Office well in advance to make arrangements.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the official five stage process the Catholic Church uses to bring adult members into the Catholic Faith. Anyone interested in becoming Catholic and joining the RCIA Program is asked to contact the Parish Office .