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June 7, 2015 - Church of St. Rosalie
COME PRAY WITH US
SPRING MASS SCHEDULE
ST. ROSALIE’S IN HAMPTON BAYS
Weekday Mass:.....................8 a.m., 12 noon
Saturday Mass:................... 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Vigil)
Sunday Masses:......................8, 9:30 and 11 a.m.
Spanish Mass: .................... Sunday at 4 p.m.
Holy Day Vigil: ................. 7 p.m.
Holy Day Mass: ................. 8 a.m. and 12 noon
Father’s Day cards are available in the
church lobby. .....................................P. 5
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA: Tuesday after 8 a.m. Mass
WEDNESDAYS WITH THE BLESSED SACRAMENT:
Exposition: 8:30–11:45 a.m., Benediction: 11:45 a.m.
SPECIAL NEEDS MASS: Third Saturday at 3 p.m. (Vigil)
ST. ROSALIE’S IN EAST QUOGUE
Sunday Mass:.............................................................9 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: ............................................. 7:30 p.m.
Pancake Breakfast benefiting the Village
Exploratory Committee this Sunday June 7
from 8 a.m. to noon....................................P. 10
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St. Rosalie’s in East Quogue
St. Rosalie’s Bulletin
St. Rosalie’s in Hampton Bays
SACRAMENTAL SCHEDULE
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Baptism is administered every other Sunday at 2 p.m.
Please make arrangements two months in advance.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
This sacrament requires a time of spiritual
preparation. We ask couples to make arrangements at
least six months prior to the marriage.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
ST. ROSALIE’S PASTORAL STAFF
Father Edward M. Sheridan, Pastor
Father Kevin Thompson, Associate Pastor
Father Collins Adutwum, Associate Pastor
Monsignor Dennis M. Regan, Pastor Emeritus
Monsignor William J. Gill, Pastor Emeritus
Father Paul J. Dahm, Actively Retired
Deacon Chris Ervin, Pastoral Associate
Coordinator of Religious Formation
Eileen McPhelin.................................................728-9248
Confessions are heard on Saturdays from 4–4:30 p.m.
or by appointment.
Director Music/Liturgy
Tom Humbert.....................................................728-9461
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
The sacrament is available after the 8 a.m. Mass on
Saturdays. Urgent calls to administer to the seriously
ill are received at any time. The sick person’s family
should notify the priest. Call to arrange for the
Eucharist to be brought to shut-ins.
Director of Parish Social Ministry
Catherine Andrejack ..........................................728-9249
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY AND FOOD PANTRY
COMMUNITY SERVICES
Birthright ....................................................... 728-8900
Catholic Charities Substance Abuse Clinic.... 723-3362
Dominican Sisters Family Health Service ....... 728-0937
Stewardship, A Way of Life
As we continue our journey, we share our
“Time, Talents and Treasures” with our
faily, friends and our parish community.
As always, we place our trust in God.
5/31/15
6/1/14
June 7, 2015
$13,541.
$13,489.
5/24/15
5/25/14
$14,395.
$15,908.
OPEN TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 10 a.m. TO 2 p.m.
Business Manager
Mary Howell ......................................................728-9461
Administrative Assistant
Linda Magagnoli................................................728-9461
FAX .................................................728-2559
ST. ROSALIE’S OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9 A.M.–12 NOON AND 1 P.M.–4 P.M.
EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
631-728-9461 [email protected]
CENTRO CORAZON DE MARIA 728-5558
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY 728-9461
OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS REGIONAL SCHOOL
Sister Kathryn Schlueter, CSJ, Principal.......................... 283-9140
ST. ROSALIE’S BULLETIN
Bruce C. Doscher, Editor
Bernie Beglane, Consultant
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From The Pastor’s Desk
T
oday
throughout
the world
as Catholics
we celebrate the great Solemnity
of the Body and Blood of Christ in
Latin: Corpus Christi! Let us first
begin by giving thanks to God for
the Gift of Himself in the Eucharist.
When we speak of the Mass we
speak of Christ’s Sacrifice, the Real
Presence of Christ in the Eucharist
and our Communion with Him.
Real Presence
Today on this great Feast, I
would like to focus on the Real
presence of Christ! We as
Catholics believe in the “REAL
PRESENCE” of CHRIST in the
EUCHARIST. What does the “Real
Presence” actually mean? Over the
years questions have been brought
up regarding the meaning of the
Eucharist. Karl Rahner, great
theologian spoke about a
“symbolic reality”. We can
understand this as a Catholic
believer as a “symbol not just a
representation of a reality, but
actually as presenting to us the
reality. It is truly Christ’s Body and
Blood!”
Faith Seeking Understanding
I remember as a high school
boy asking how do I know I
believe in the Eucharist? Have you
ever wrestled with questions about
your faith? I remember Brother
Marcos, a Marist Brother at
Archbishop Molloy High School
pointing out to me the institution of
the Eucharist narratives in the
Gospels, and other passages in
Scriptures. I would read these
passages over and over. I knew
that Jesus Christ has said: “Do this
in Memory of Me”. I know that the
priest took the elements of bread
and wine, said the blessing (later
in theology I learned this as the
“epiclesis” – the invocation of the
Holy Spirit to transform these gifts
of bread and wine into the Body
and Blood of Christ!) But it wasn’t
enough for my inquiring mind at
the time. I even think I pondered
this is really a searching to grow
my faith. Perhaps like St. Anselm’s
“faith seeking understanding”. I
think I really just wanted to grow in
my understanding of this great
mystery.
Our Example
Brothers and Sisters, do you
know what it really came down to?
We know we believe by how we
live! Yes we can pray over the
Scriptures, we can study a lot of
theology, but it is a miracle of our
faith which needs to be embraced
and entered into, not analyzed.
Don’t get me wrong we need to
take the time to question/to
understand and to practice our
faith. But the bottom line is: We
know we believe by how we live,
and by how we LOVE! Jesus gives
us this gift for all of us to Live.
Amen
We are invited at Mass: The
Body of Christ We respond: Amen.
Yes Lord, I Believe. Thank you/
Gracias. We will continue to talk
about the Eucharist including
sacrifice and Communion.
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
St. Rosalie’s Parish Life:
Please participate in the St.
Rosalie’s parish Gala in some way:

Buy a $100 raffle ticket and be
eligible to win some $16,500 in
prizes

Buy a dinner ticket and enjoy the
great food, fun and ambience

Be a dinner sponsor ($5,000;
$3,000;$1500; $500) to
support St. Rosalie’s
New this Year is the SILENT
AUCTION. We need gifts,
donations and the like to make it a
success! See Page 7 for more
details!!! Your participation big or
small will help us to complete some
needed renovations at the St.
Rosalie’s Community Center.
Ordination Day: June 20
June is Ordination of new
Priests in our Diocese! Deacon Jeff
Yildermaz who was with us the
summer of 2012 will be ordained
to the priesthood for the Diocese
of Rockville Centre at 11a.m. in
Saint Agnes Cathedral on
Saturday June 20 and will
celebrate his First Mass of
Thanksgiving on Sunday June 21
at St. Edward the Confessor in
Syosset at 11:30 a.m. We pray
for Father Jeff and his four other
classmates who will be ordained
that day for our Diocese.
Congratulations to all our Priests!
Ad Multos Annos!
I hope to see you at the
Gala on June 20.
Don’t miss it!
Father Ed
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MASS INTENTIONS
St. Rosalie’s Bulletin
WE
FOR
MONDAY, JUNE 8
8 a.m.
Kathy Hogan (Ed Hogan)
12 noon
James Howell (Grace Rizzo)
TUESDAY, JUNE 9
8 a.m.
Joseph Burns (Molly and Sixto); Koline
Sheridan (Doris Gribbin); Special Intention
Father Edward Sheridan (Doris Gribbin)
12 noon
Betty Alferman (Catholic Daughters of
America)
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10
8 a.m.
Peter Amato and Bishop Sullivan (Terry
Amato)
12 noon
Jim Macaluso (Ellen Ryan and Vince Maggio)
THURSDAY, JUNE 11
8 a.m.
Dolores Johnston (Jerry); Sam LaMagna
(Rae)
12 noon
James Loughlin (Cynthia Ritter)
FRIDAY, JUNE 12
8 a.m.
Rose Zanini (Husband, Robert)
12 noon
John Mehrmann (Alanna and George Webber)
SATURDAY, JUNE 13
8 a.m.
Joseph Carroll (Kathleen and Joseph Geoghan)
5 p.m.
Richard Meade (Susan Bodine)
SUNDAY, JUNE 14
8 a.m.
Living and Deceased Members of the Holy
Name Society
9:30 a.m.
For Our Parishioners
11 a.m.
Charles Castro (Wife Pat Castro)
EAST QUOGUE
9 a.m.
Anthony and Elizabeth Mocerino (Maryann
and Cleveland Christie)
WE PRAY FOR THOSE WHO SERVE OUR
COUNTRY IN THE ARMED FORCES
Michael Algozzino, USAF
Rachel Blydenburgh, USA
Kenneth Bragoli, USMC
Joseph N. Cea, USCG
Ryan Conlon, USA
Victor J. Cortese, USA
Jason Davin, USAF
Ryan Dhew, USMC
Steven E. Forrester, USA
Dylan Gatto, USAF
Lillian Hague, USA
Thomas Kleefisch, USA
Christopher Mascia, USA
Thomas Peyton, Jr., USAF
Richard Robinson, USA
Jeremy Rodriguez, USA
Anthony Romagnoli, USN
Ronan Seltenrich, USA
Guy Squires, USA
June 7, 2015
Devin Blowes, USMC
Sean M. Boden, USN
Amanda Catena, USA
Eric Conlon, USA
Victoria Conlon, USA
Michael Christiano, USMC
Richard W. Davin, USAF
Peter Driscoll, USN
Thomas Garvey, USMC
Henry Hague, USA
Andrew Hughes, USA
Christopher Landsiedel, USAF
Sean P. Murphy, USN
Mike Rigney, USA
Michael Rodick, USA
Ray Rodriguez USA
Ryan Saunders, USMC
Daniel R. Smith, USA
Bartosh Tomachiewski, USMC
OFFER OU R P R A Y E R S
FOR
THE
THE
SICK:
DECEASED:
ANNA HICKEY, SISTER MARY EUGENIE TAPPER
AND FOR ALL THOSE LISTED IN THE
BOOK
OF
REMEMBRANCE
MINISTERS SCHEDULE
Saturday, June 6, 5 p.m.
LECTOR: Patricia Lechleider. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: John
DeCristoforo, Ellen Ryan, Irene Ventriglia, Donald
Schmidt, George Lorenz, Jo Dolan, Elizabeth Tuffy. ALTAR
SERVERS: W. Krivickas.
Sunday, June 7, 8 a.m.
LECTOR: Tom Poole. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Michele Nappi,
Carl Nappi, Kay Geoghan, Joseph Geoghan, Jane Behrens,
Shawn Leonard, Patricia Leonard. ALTAR SERVERS:
A. Hanna, L. Hanna, M. Heaney.
Sunday, June 7, 9:30 a.m.
LECTOR: Eileen McPhelin. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Sharon
Celi, Bill Hughes, Linda Schaefer, Mickey Dawson-Bell,
Ann Moran, Elizabeth Kane, Beth Perchuk. ALTAR SERVERS:
E. Rizzo, J. Tetrault, G. Tetrault, B. Sullivan, D. Sullivan,
T. Freda.
Sunday, June 7, 11 a.m.
LECTOR: Marie Mulcahy. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Linda
Finer, Denise Wagner, Nancy Lang, Dorothy Connors,
Mary Ann Clifton, Sarah Cunliffe, Salvatore Traversa.
ALTAR SERVERS: S. Salazar, E. Gilvary, P. Gilvary.
Sunday, June 7, 9a.m. East Quogue
LECTOR: Mia Lofland. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Carolyn
Donato, Alanna Webber, Kathleen Johnson. ALTAR SERVER:
M. Lucatorto.
Bible readings
for the week
Monday, June 8
Reading I: 2 Corinthians 1:1-7;
Gospel: Matthew 5:1-12
Tuesday, June 9
Saint Ephrem, Deacon and Doctor of
the Church
Reading I: 2 Corinthians 1:18-22;
Gospel: Matthew 5:13-16
Friday, June 12
The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Reading I: Hosea 11:1, 3-4, 8-9;
Reading II: Ephesians 3:8-12, 14-19
Gospel: John 19:31-37
Saturday, June 13
The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed
Virgin Mary; Saint Anthony of Padua,
Priest and Doctor of the Church
Reading I: 2 Corinthians 5:14-21;
Gospel: Matthew 5:33-37
Wednesday, June 10
Reading I: 2 Corinthians 3:4-11;
Gospel: Matthew 5:17-19
Sunday, June 14
Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Thursday, June 11
Saint Barnabas, Apostle
Reading I: Exodus 24:3-8;
Reading II: Hebrews 9:11-15;
Gospel: Mark 14:12-16, 22-26
Reading I: Acts of the Apostles
11:21-26; 13:1-3;
Gospel: Matthew 5:20-26
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Father’s Day Cards
Father’s Day cards are available in the church
lobby. If you wish to make a memento for your father
or grandfather (deceased or living) at the Triduum of
Masses beginning Father’s Day, June 21, please do so
by returning the envelope as soon as possible in the
collection basket on any Sunday or in the depository
box located in the lobby of the church.
Fidelis Care at St. Rosalie’s
Fidelis Care, the New York State Catholic Health
Plan, wants to make sure that every child under 19
heading back to school this fall has access to quality,
affordable health coverage through New York State’s
Child Health Plus program. Depending on a family’s
income and household size, Child Health Plus with
Fidelis Care may cost very little or nothing at all.
Covered benefits include doctor visits, checkups,
dental and eye exams, immunizations, hospital and
emergency care, prescription drugs, and more.
Parents seeking quality, affordable health insurance
coverage for their child should call Fidelis Care tollfree 1-888-FIDELIS or visit www.fideliscare.org.
There is a representative available to meet with
you in St. Rosalie’s Parish Social Ministry every
Thursday from 10 A.M.-12 Noon.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus combined with
the generosity of parishioners of Saint
Rosalie’s Churches have donated $1400.00
to Birthright gained from the donations
made to our Mother’s Day Rose Campaign.
Birthright helps young mothers and their children both
born and unborn with a myriad of services. The Knights
of Columbus is a Catholic Family Fraternal Organization
open to all Catholic men; you may contact William
Hughes at 728-2754 or any Knight for more information
on how to join us and help spread God’s love for all.
Virtus Training
June 18 – 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Parish Center
For ALL ministers who volunteer at St. Rosalie’s. You
MUST take the Virtus class to be in compliance with the
Diocese of Rockville Centre Protecting God’s Children.
If you have any questions, please contact Deacon Chris
at the Parish Center 631-728-9461.
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HAPPENINGS THIS WEEK at a glance
Sunday, June 7
Scout Sunday 9:30 a.m. Mass
K of C Blood Drive Sign Up all Masses – Church
Gala Raffle and Dinner Sales all Masses
Baptisms 2 p.m. – Church
Monday, June 8
St. Vincent DePaul Meeting 1 p.m. – Parish Center
Evening Prayer 5:30 p.m. – Church
Stewardship Meeting 6:30 p.m. – Parish Center
Contemporary Ensemble Practice 7 p.m. - Church
Tuesday, June 9
Miraculous Medal Novena 8:30 a.m. – Church
Upper Room Prayer 9 a.m. – Fellowship Room
Bereavement Group 10 a.m. – Parish Center
Committee For Common Good 7 p.m. – Parish Center
Wednesday, June 10
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament 8:30-11:45 a.m.
Benediction 11:45 a.m. – Church
Little Rock Scripture 10 a.m. – Fellowship Room
Altar Rosary Society 1:15 p.m. – Parish Center
Adult Choir Practice 7 p.m.
Friday, June 12
Divine Mercy Chaplet 12:30 p.m. – Church
Sunday, June 14
Children’s Liturgy of the Word 9:30 a.m. – Church
K of C Blood Drive Sign Up all Masses – Church
Gala Raffle and Dinner Sales all Masses
Youth Group 6 p.m. – Community Center
Charismatic Prayer Group
The Mustard Seed of Faith Charismatic Prayer Group
meets every Wednesday in the Fellowship Room from 78 p.m. except on the second Wednesday of the month
when we will be meeting at the Shrine in Manorville from
7-9 p.m. to join their Charismatic Prayer meeting. All are
welcome.
St. Rosalie’s Booster Club
Congratulations to the winner of last week’s drawing:
THE M EENAN FAMILY
Please return your 2015 raffle stubs you received
in the mail. Or, stop by the Parish Center to purchase
them. Remember all winners will be put back into the
drum. This past year many have won the weekly
drawing more than once!
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Commitment!
Dear Parents, guardians and grandparents of a child in the of ages 5-10,
I am asking you to consider committing to have your child attend our VBE, Vacation Bible Experience, this
summer. This is a fun, faith based program, involving crafts, music and activities.
I am giving you the information to make a decision early. The reason I am asking for this early decision is
because it helps me to know in advance what quantity is needed to order correctly and to solicit enough
volunteers.
In the past I ordered based on what I thought we would need to run the program and either have too much
or too few needed items, materials and volunteers. I am hoping this commitment form will help to judge better.
Dates: Monday – Friday,
Either: July 13 – 17 OR August 17 - 21, 2015
Time: 9:30 – 11:30
Place: Community Center
Cost: $30.00 for the week per child
Your child should attend at least 3 of the 5 days to understand the theme and routine.
I understand circumstances change day to day, but if you make this commitment I
would appreciate you saving the dates on your calendar.
We will need at least 30 children registered to run the program, but will be able
to accommodate up to 60.
Thank you for your consideration in helping us to offer this fun opportunity! If we have
the minimum number committed, there will be a registration form to be
completed before program begins.
Please complete the following portion and return it to the RF office by
Vacation Bible Experience Commitment Form
I commit to have my children, (children’s names)__________________________
______________________________________________________________
attend the VBE program in the summer of 2015.
Name of parent or guardian: _______________________________________
Which week? (choose one)  July 13-17 or  August 17-21
Age of children: _________________________________________________
Primary phone number: (_________) _________________________________
Email address: ___________________________________________________
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LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA
El Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo, Año B. Ilustración © 2008 S. Erspamer.
Printed from www.Liturgy.com
Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica: La Eucaristía - "Nuestro
Salvador, en la última Cena, la noche en que fue entregado,
instituyó el Sacrificio Eucarístico de su cuerpo y su sangre para
perpetuar por los siglos, hasta su vuelta, el sacrificio de la cruz
y confiar así a su Esposa amada, la Iglesia, el memorial de su
muerte y resurrección, sacramento de piedad, signo de unidad,
vínculo de amor, banquete pascual en el que se recibe a Cristo,
el alma se llena de gracia y se nos da una prenda de la gloria
futura" (SC 47). La Eucaristía es "fuente y culmen de toda la
vida cristiana" (LG 11). "Los demás sacramentos, como
también todos los ministerios eclesiales y las obras de
apostolado, están unidos a la Eucaristía y a ella se ordenan. La
sagrada Eucaristía, en efecto, contiene todo el bien espiritual de
la Iglesia, es decir, Cristo mismo, nuestra Pascua" (PO 5). "La
comunión de vida divina y la unidad del Pueblo de Dios, sobre
los que la propia Iglesia subsiste, se significan adecuadamente
y se realizan de manera admirable en la Eucaristía. En ella se
encuentra a la vez la cumbre de la acción por la que, en Cristo,
Dios santifica al mundo, y del culto que en el Espíritu Santo los
hombres dan a Cristo y por él al Padre" (Instr. Eucharisticum
mysterium, 6). Finalmente, por la celebración eucarística nos
unimos ya a la liturgia del cielo y anticipamos la vida eterna
cuando Dios será todo en todos (cf 1 Co 15,28). En resumen, la
Eucaristía es el compendio y la suma de nuestra fe: "Nuestra
manera de pensar armoniza con la Eucaristía, y a su vez la
Eucaristía confirma nuestra manera de pensar" (San Ireneo de
Lyon, Adversus haereses 4, 18, 5). (CCE, §1323-1327)
Seguro de Salud para Niños - Konny Tapias de Fidelis Care
estará en el Food Pantry (la Dispensa de Comida) los jueves de
las 10:00 AM hasta el mediodía y en el Centro Comunitario (el
Salón de Eventos) los jueves de la 1:00 a las 3:00 PM.
Cursillo Prematrimonial - A los interesados en contraer
matrimonio por la iglesia católica, les estamos informando que
el Cursillo Prematrimonial si iniciará el 7 de junio. Las
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
reuniones serán los domingos de las 9:00 AM hasta las 12 de
mediodía en Southampton.
XXII Congreso de la Mujer Latina - Este año estaremos
celebrando el XXII Congreso, “Mujer: Madre, Familia,
Iglesia.” El evento será el sábado, 13 de junio de 2015 en el
Centro Pastoral de la Catedral de Santa Inés en Rockville
Centre de 9am -3pm. Para más información favor de llamarle a
Maria Teresa en la oficina del ministerio hispano: 516-6785800, ext. 560.
Intenciones del Papa para Junio
Universal: Para que los inmigrantes y los refugiados
encuentren acogida y respeto en los países a donde llegan.
Por la Evangelización: Para que el encuentro personal con
Jesús suscite en muchos jóvenes el deseo de ofrecerle la propia
vida en el sacerdocio o en la vida consagrada.
RINCÓN DE INFORMACIÓN
El Asesor de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas
En el Apostolado Hispano el jueves, 11 de junio, de las 2:00 a
las 5:00 PM
Grupo de Oración para Jóvenes Adultos
El grupo, Jóvenes Renovados en Cristo, se reúne los martes a
las 7:30 PM en el Centro Comunitario.
Comunidad de Oración para Adultos y Familias
Los jueves a las 7:00 PM en el Centro Comunitario. El
segundo jueves de cada mes se reúne en la iglesia para la hora
santa. Todos están invitados.
Preparación Pre Matrimonial – Para casarse por la iglesia,
haga una cita para una entrevista con P. Esteban o P. Marvin.
El curso pre-matrimonial se da por seis domingos, de las 9 AM
al mediodía comenzando el primer domingo de junio, de
octubre o de febrero.
Curso Pre-Bautismal
Domingo, 28 de junio, a la 1:30 PM en el Apostolado o a las 5
PM en la iglesia en East Hampton.
Favor de llevar la copia del acta de nacimiento del niño.
Bautizos en Hampton Bays serán el 13 de junio y el 11 de
julio, el 8 de agosto y el 12 de septiembre.
Requisitos para el Bautismo de un Niño
Curso: Para bautizar a su hijo, es necesario que los padres y
padrinos asistan al curso pre-bautismal.
Padrinos: Debe escoger a los padrinos conscientes de los
requisitos. Los padrinos tienen que ser católicos bautizados,
confirmados y que han hecho su Primera Comunión y deben
poder comulgar. El padrino (madrina) debe ser soltero(a) o
casado(a) por la iglesia.
Permisos: Si viven afuera de la zona servida por el Apostolado
Hispano, necesitan una carta de su párroco.
Padre Marvin: Cel: 631-377- 9053; Fax: 631-287-0986
Horas del Apostolado: Miér., Jueves y Viernes de las 2-4 PM
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Our Lady of the Hamptons
The all-new revitalized Pre-school program at OLH is an important step in the
over-all education of
young children. Registration for the
September 2015 year at the
classes at St. Rosalie’s Parish Center in Hampton Bays is now open.
A fully licensed program for three
and four year olds in preparation
for elementary school is available
with extended hours. Call 631283-9140 to arrange tours and
interviews. Space is limited.
Information packets and registration materials are available at
the school now, leading toward
September 2015 enrollment in Kindergarten through five. There is
limited space available in the Prep
program (grades six through
eight).
Secular Franciscans
The Secular Franciscans meet on
the second Sunday of the month at
noon in the dining
room of the Basilica of
the Sacred Hearts in
Southampton. Would
you like to know more
about us? Please come
to our meeting, bring a snack and
we will supply the coffee.
Dominican Sisters Family
Health Service
DSFHS is in need of volunteers
for their Hampton Bays Thrift Shop.
They are looking for volunteers to
work morning shifts from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. and afternoon shifts from 1
to 4 p.m. They especially need volunteers on the weekends.
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Donations are
also accepted during store business
hours, Monday
through Friday, 10
a.m. through 4 p.m.
Please limit your donations to two
(2) shopping bags of gently used
“in season” clothing.
Your contributions are greatly
appreciated. We have two other
thrift shops; one in Greenport and
one in Sag Harbor. Greenport
Thrift Shop accepts furniture in
good condition.
The Thrift Shops help support
the Dominican Sisters Family Health
Service Special Programs for the
non-medical services to the disabled and elderly clients in our
communities. For further information, please call DSFHS at 631728-0937 Monday through Friday.
Pancake Breakfast
Fundraiser
The Hampton
Bays Village
Exploratory
Committee is
holding a Pancake Breakfast
this Sunday, June
7, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Ponquogue Avenue Firehouse. Adults
$10.00, children under twelve
$5.00. Come, meet your neighbors,
wake up with some of that oldfashioned Firehouse coffee, ask
some questions about what a community run by Hampton Bays residents might mean for you and your
family, and eat the lightest pancakes this side of the Shinnecock
Inlet.
St. Rosalie’s Bulletin
WorldWide Marriage
Encounter
Married Couples! Would you
attend a seminar
to enhance your
job or to increase
your salary? Why
not give your marriage the same
attention? Enhance your good marriage by attending a Worldwide
Marriage Encounter Weekend!
There will be an upcoming Nonresidential two day Worldwide
Marriage Encounter at the Immaculate Conception Center 7200
Douglaston Pkwy, Little Neck, on
July 11 and 12. Apply before June
15 for a discount.
[email protected]
is the email contact for details.
Weekends are scheduled throughout the Metro New York area. For
more information about the weekends call 1-877-697-9963 or visit
our web site at www.wwme.org.
Attention Young Adults
Faith on Tap
All Young Adults are invited to
join us for a night of Fellowship
and Faith on Monday, June 15, at
Lily Flanagans, in Babylon at 7:30
p.m. Arrive at 7 for some food and
fellowship. Come catch up with
friends, and meet new ones!
The topic: Is there a God? Sharing a journey to the truth, detours
and all! The speaker: Deacon Barry
Croce.
Deacon Barry will share his own
journey of faith, and talk to us
about roadblocks, detours, and
grace-filled moments – which we
all experience.
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

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