The Good Shepherd Knights of Columbus invites the parish, family and friends to a Super Bowl Party on Sunday, February 3 beginning at 4:00 p.m. Please bring a snack to pass. Refreshments will be provided.Read More
Thank you for visiting us...
Welcome to Good Shepherd’s home on the Internet. We thank you for making a “virtual visit”, here on our Website. We are situated in the northwest corner of Genesee County in a small town called Montrose. The faithful people in Montrose began their work to build a church back in 1979. Their efforts bloomed on May 4, 1981, when the parish family celebrated their first Liturgy together in their new church. Our current 210-household parish is known as a small, friendly, hospitable and life-giving community. I invite you to return to our site as often as you would like and remember that you will find the latest news and information about our parish family right here. May the Good Shepherd bless you and your family and your spiritual journey as Catholics, “virtual Catholics”, that is! With Faithful Gratitude, Fr. Jonathan Perrotta, Pastor.
Come see the good work God is doing at Good Shepherd
Novena 9 Days for Life January 14 – 22nd
Parish Council Meeting, Tuesday, January 15 following the 6:30 p.m. Mass
K of C Super Bowl Party, Sunday, Feb. 3 beginning at 4 p.m. in the Knights Hall
please bring snack to pass
Join thousands of Catholics nationwide in the annual pro-life novena January 14-22
via email, text message, or an app. Sign up today at www.9daysforlife.com!
Event at St. Robert
Thursday, Feb. 7th at St. Robert Parish, 7-8 p.m. the K of C Family Holy Hour for Vocations
will have a special guest speaker: Sr. Sarah Burdick, SGL. All are invited.
(Sister Sarah can be heard on Notes from Above on Ave Maria Radio)
See FLYER for details
Happy New Year! GSYG will be meeting January 13th and 20th. New calendars have been sent home. We will be going on our annual Subiaco Retreat January 25th-27th. Information & Permission forms will be coming home soon. The retreat cost is $110 per person but because of fundraising teens will be asked to only […]Read More
The protection of life is a sustained prayer intention of the Church, and in particular of the Knights of Columbus. Knights remain firmly committed to defending the right to life of every human being – from the moment of conception to natural death. To commemorate and bolster this important cause our council will promote a […]Read More