We are a Roman Catholic Church, located in central Pennsylvania, in the wonderfully historic town of Muncy. Navigate through our website by using the buttons above. We hope you enjoy your visit with us. 

Sunday Masses: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM

570-546-3900

75 Musser Lane - Muncy - PA 17756

Mass Times & Liturgies

Monday 9:00AM
Tuesday 9:00AM
Tuesday 9:00AM-Noon Adoration
Wednesday 9:00 AM
Thursday 9:00 AM
Fridays 9:00 AM - First Friday Only

Confessions Saturday 4:00-4:45pm
(Confessions also available by appointment)

Saturday 5 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Holy days - See Bulletin

Office Hours

New Office Hours
Monday - 9:00am - 1:00pm
Tuesday - 9:00am - 1:00pm
Wednesday - 9:00am - 1:00pm
Thursday - 9:00am - 1:00pm
Friday - 9:00am - 1:00pm

Closed Holy Days and Holidays

Team Greg

Go Joe Van

Newswatch 16 Go Joe 27 "Go Joe Van" will be at Church of the Resurrection Team Greg fundraiser  for Go Joe 27/St. Joseph's Center. There will be plenty of Go Joe 27 merchandise to go around as you get set for Joe to ride into the area on Monday July 23rd!  

Also, you can join in the Team Greg fundraiser by bike riding or walking around the parking lot with us and make your donation while there!

The Team Greg for Go Joe 27/St. Joseph's Center fundraiser will be on Sunday July 14th, from 1-3p.m. Held at Church of the Resurrection parking lot on 75 Musser Lane, Muncy 

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Publications


  • Sun, Jul 14th

  • Sun, Jul 7th

Financial Report

In accordance with the 2023 Diocesan decree regarding a protocol that all parishes must follow annually regarding financial transparency, click on the Picture or the Link below to view the completed 5-year trend report for our parish.  This report was prepared by the Diocese of Scranton Finance Office using the submitted annual financial reports.

Link to Financial Report 5-year trend.

Up-Coming Events

 

Save the Dates

July 14 - Team Greg Go Joe Walk Around the Parking Lot

July 26 - Blood Drive 1:00 -5:00pm  schedule appointment at www.redcrossblood.org 

August 11 - Movie Night - 6-8pm parish hall celebrate 30th Anniversary ot The Lion King

September 20 and 21 - 25th Annual Parish Festival

October 20 - Second Annual Wagon Ride/Pumpkin Picking

December 1, 3:30pm - Advent Festival of Music and Carols - Resurrection Singers

December 8, 3:30pm - Advent Festival of Music and Carols - First United Methodist Church, Choir/Bell Choir to perform a prelude to their cantata.

December, 15 - After 11:00 Mass - Third Annnual Christmas Party

December 15 - Advent Festival of Music and Carols - Ryan Workman

December 22 - Advent Festival of Music and Carols - Williamsport Flute Choir

 

 

Religious Education News

Check out our Religions Education Page to see the what is being planned for the children of our parish. 
 
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Bible in a Year

Day 196: Destruction of Israel (2024)

Fr. Mike talks about the destruction of Israel and explains how Jesus becoming man is the fulfillment of this prophesy we hear in Isaiah. He also points out the importance of God's anger with the Assyrians destroying Israel, even though he will bring the greatest blessings out of the worst circumstances. Today's readings are Isaiah 9-10, Tobit 10-12, and Proverbs 10:9-12.

For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear.

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Day 195: Tobias and Sarah Pray (2024)

Fr. Mike highlights the purity of Tobias and Sarah's love, and the power of their prayer as a married couple. Today we read Isaiah 7-8, Tobit 7-9, and Proverbs 10:5-8.

For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear.

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Day 194: Holy Is the Lord (2024)

Fr. Mike zeroes in on Isaiah 5-6 today. He emphasizes the literary masterpiece of the parable of the vineyard in Isaiah 5 and how it represents the story of Israel. He also shows us how Isaiah 6 is full of rich symbolism that points to the sacred realities of the Mass. We are reminded that God is truly holy and deserving of our praise. Today's readings are Isaiah 5-6, Tobit 5-6, and Proverbs 10:1-4.

For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear.

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The Sacred Page

The Quiet Voice of God: The 19th Sunday in OT

These commentaries are collected in published form in my “Word of the LORD” books available here. Dr. Scott Hahn and I dialogue about each week’s Sunday Readings here. There is so much turmoil in the national and international news these days, it makes it difficult to maintain a sense of peace. Instability in our own […]

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Get Wise! The 17th Sunday in OT

1 Kings 3:5, 7-12Psalm 119:57, 72, 76-77, 127-28, 129-30Romans 8:28-30Matthew 13:44-52 or Matthew 13:44-46 [I regret not posting these commentaries more regularly in recent months. However, they are all now published in book form and available from Emmaus Road Publishing at most online booksellers and stpaulcenter.com. I also have been spending a considerable amount of […]

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Trinity Sunday

The Easter Season usually ends with a sort of “trifecta” of major feasts: Pentecost, Trinity, and Corpus Christi, as the Church celebrates the central mysteries of the faith before entering into Ordinary Time once more. In any event, this weekend is Trinity Sunday, a meditation and celebration of the central mystery of the Christian faith, […]

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