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May 29, 2016 - Church of St. Rosalie
ST. ROSALIE’S MISSION STATEMENT
We are sent by Jesus as friends who follow in His steps
And are empowered by His Spirit to love and worship our Father
And to love each person as another self
Through the works of mercy.
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 (Family Mass) 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
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.
We are in need of additional Eucharistic
Ministers who are willing to serve at St.
Rosalie’s in East Quogue on Sundays at the 9
and 10:15 Masses this summer. .................P. 5
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)
Father’s Day cards are available in the
church lobby. ........................................P. 5
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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
family, friends and our parish community.
As always, we place our trust in God.
Last week’s Offertory Collection:
$11,121.
Last year’s Offertory Collection:
$14,395.
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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
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From The Pastor’s Desk
Corpus Christi , May 29, 2016 
Today Catholics throughout the
world celebrate the great Solemnity of
the Body and Blood of Christ Corpus
Christi! Let’s begin by giving thanks to
God for the Gift of Himself in the
Eucharist. The Mass is about: Christ’s
Sacrifice, the Real Presence of Christ in
the Eucharist and our Communion with
Him. Today let’s focus on the Real
presence of Christ! As Catholics we
believe in the “REAL PESENCE” of
CHRIST in the EUCHARIST. What does
the Real Presence” mean? Questions
have always been brought up
regarding the meaning of the Eucharist.
Karl Rahner, great theologian spoke
about a “symbolic reality”. As a
Catholic believer, we can understand
this as a “symbol and not just a
representation of a reality, but actually
as presenting to us the reality.” It is
truly Christ’s Body and Blood!
You may have heard a story from
my youth: As a high school boy I asked:
how do I really 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 the
passages over and again. 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 and 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-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.
How We Live
Brothers and Sisters, Do you know
what it really comes 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. Jesus gives us
this gift for all of us to live. We are
invited at Mass: The Body of Christ We
respond: Amen-Yes Lord-I Believe.
St. Rosalie’s Parish Life
After the 9:30 Mass today, May
29 we walk in procession with the
Eucharist on this Solemnity of Corpus
Christ Feast-The Body and Blood of the
Lord, in an outdoor procession. We also
celebrate Benediction of the Most
Blessed Sacrament at an outdoor altar
to celebrate this feast!
Last Sunday Bishop William
Murphy celebrated the 11 a.m.
Trinity Sunday Mass on May 22 here at
St Rosalie’s, celebrating the Year of
Mercy here in our Deanery. Tom and
the Choirs were outstanding in their
congregational and meditation hymns!
The Bishop truly gave us beautiful food
for thought on the mystery of the Trinity
and the year of mercy proclaimed by
Pope Francis!
Jim Leopard was Ordained to the
Permanent Diaconate on Saturday at
St. Agnes Cathedral at 11 a.m. Bishop
Murphy ordained Jim and six other
men. The Diaconate is the Sacrament of
Holy Orders-which includes the Deacon,
Priest and Bishop. On Sunday, May 29,
Jim will Preach at the 11 a.m. Mass
here at St. Rosalie’s! The Knights of
Columbus will be hosting a reception
for Deacon Jim in the K of C Hall after
Mass on May 29. Congratulations to
Deacon Jim, wife Judy and son James!
Ad Molto Anos!
Catholic Youth Conference
We are thrilled and blessed to
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)
announce that we are considering
bringing a group of teens entering
grades 9-12 in Fall 2016 to this year's
Steubenville NYC Catholic Youth
Conference which will take place at St.
John's University in Queens June 24
through June 26.
This is an awesome opportunity for
youth to experience the Church in a
whole new way right here in New York!
If you're interested in this exciting
opportunity, please see Seminarian
Matt Browne or contact him at the
Parish Center or via email
[email protected] For more
information, check out http://
lifeteen.com/events/steubenville-nyc/
and https://youtu.be/XyI4BPap_eI
Community Center
Renovations Underway!
Now that the windows have been
replaced, the next step is the ceiling,
new lighting and fixtures! We are
taking the Community Center into the
21st century!
Scout Sunday will be highlighted
at the 9:30 Mass on Sunday, June 5.
Congrats to all our Scouts and all being
awarded religious emblems of our
faith! Scouting is a part of St Rosalie’s
youth programs!
Our Lady of the Hamptons
Graduation Friday, June 17 at 7:30
p.m. in our Church!
Pre-K Graduation on Monday
June 20 at 10 a.m. in the Community
Center.
Parish Gala on Saturday, July 9 at
St. Joseph’s Villa. Scotto’s will again
cater this wonderful event. Please
purchase your dinner tickets for $80
per adult and $25 for children, Tickets
are available at the doors of the
Church, or in the Parish Center!
Participate in the chance to Win
$10,000 and many more prizes and
Auctions! More info to follow!
With Prayers,
Father Ed
May 29, 2016
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Mass Intentions
St. Rosalie’s Bulletin
WE
FOR
Monday, May 30
8 a.m.
Nancy Logomasini (Eric and Maureen Sutton)
12 noon Matthew Giangreco (Clare and Christine
Giangreco)
Tuesday, May 31
8 a.m.
Bernie Beglane (Family); Visitation (St. Vincent
de Paul)
12 noon Leonard Brower (Deacon Chris and Patty Ervin)
Wednesday, June 1
8 a.m.
Jamie Troyan (Mary Ann Heenan)
12 noon Deborah Olsen (Terri DiTucci)
OFFER OU R P R A Y E R S
FOR
SICK
THE
THE
DECEASED
AND FOR ALL THOSE LISTED IN THE
BOOK
OF
REMEMBRANCE
Ministers Schedule
Saturday, May 28, 5 p.m.
LECTOR: Bruce Tria. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Jo Dolan,
Debbie Tria, George Lorenz, Frances Santarsiero, C.
Schmidt, Mary Gorman, John DeCristoforo. ALTAR SERVERS:
I. Sorgi, K. Schmidt.
Thursday, June 2
8 a.m.
James F. Darcy (Sheila, Sue and Beverly)
12 noon Louise Donovan (Grace Rizzo)
Sunday, May 29, 8 a.m.
Friday, June 3
8 a.m.
Richard and Tracey Bellucci Wedding
Anniversary
12 noon Kevin Thomas Kresbach (Lillian M. Spiess)
LECTOR: Caroline Caccavallo. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Patricia
Leonard, Shawn Leonard, Lisa Edwards, Bridget Magill,
Jim Leopard, Phyllis Napoli, Sal Napoli. ALTAR SERVERS:
L. Hanna, J. Leonard.
Saturday, June 4
8 a.m.
Dolores Johnston (Jerry and Bernadette); The
Spiritual Covenant
5 p.m.
Curtin and Campbell Families (Family)
Sunday, May 29, 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 5
8 a.m.
Living and Deceased Members of the Altar
Rosary Society
9:30 a.m. For Our Parishioners
11 a.m. Olga Sivilich (Allison and Jack Cullen)
East Quogue
9 a.m.
Victoria Tripodi (Barbara and Robert Dylewski)
WE PRAY FOR THOSE WHO SERVE OUR
COUNTRY IN THE ARMED FORCES
Michael Algozzino, USAF
Devin Blowes, USMC
Rachel Blydenburgh, USA
Sean M. Boden, USN
Kenneth Bragoli, USMC
Amanda Catena, USA
Joseph N. Cea, USCG
Eric Conlon, USA
Ryan Conlon, USA
Victoria Conlon, USA
Victor J. Cortese, USA
Liam R. Culhane, USN
Jason Davin, USAF
Richard W. Davin, USAF
Peter Driscoll, USN
Steven E. Forrester, USA
Thomas Garvey, USMC
Dylan Gatto, USAF
Henry Hague, USA
Lillian Hague, USA
Andrew Hughes, USA
Thomas Kleefisch, USA
Christopher Landsiedel, USAF Kevin Lane, USMC
Christopher Mascia, USA
Sean P. Murphy, USN
Thomas Peyton, Jr., USAF
Matthew Ravert, USA
Mike Rigney, USA
Richard Robinson, USA
Michael Rodick, USA
Jeremy Rodriguez, USA
Ray Rodriguez USA
Anthony Romagnoli, USN
Ryan Saunders, USMC
Ronan Seltenrich, USA
Daniel R. Smith, USA
Guy Squires, USA
Bartosh Tomachiewski, USMC
May 29, 2016
LECTOR: Jack Richichi. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Patti Pensa,
Carmela Tolento, Maria Teresi, Beth Perchuk, Eileen
McPhelin, Maureen Collins, Elizabeth Kane. ALTAR
SERVERS: P. Bellucci, B. Sullivan, D. Sullivan.
Sunday, May 29, 11 a.m.
LECTOR: Denise Wagner. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Marianne
Murphy, Patricia Swanson, Rosemarie King, Paul Price,
Eileen Price, Thadeus MacKrell, Dorothy Connors. ALTAR
SERVERS: S. Langsdorf, N. Guerrero.
Sunday, May 29, 9 a.m., East Quogue
LECTOR: Mia Lofland. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Alanna
Webber, Tom Cregan, MaryJane McCartney. ALTAR SERVER:
M. Lucatorto.
Bible readings
for the week
Monday, May 30
Memorial Day
Thursday, June 2
Saints Marcellinus and Peter, Martyrs
Reading I: 2 Timothy 2:8-15;
Gospel: Mark 12:28-34
Friday, June 3
The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Reading I: 1 Peter 1:2-7;
Gospel: Mark 12:1-12
Reading I Ezekiel 34:11-16;
Reading II: Romans 5:5-11;
Gospel: Luke 15:3-7
Tuesday, May 31
The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin
Mary
Saturday, June 4
The Immaculate Heart of the Blessed
Virgin Mary
Reading I: Zephaniah 3:14-18;
Gospel: Luke 1:39-56
Reading I: 2 Timothy 4:1-8;
Gospel: Luke 2:41-51
Wednesday, June 1
Saint Justin, Martyr
Sunday, June 5
Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading I: 2 Timothy 1:1-3, 6-12;
Gospel: Mark 12:18-27
Reading I: 1 Kings 17:17-24;
Reading II: Galatians 1:11-19;
Gospel: Luke 7:11-17
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MEMORIALS
The Altar bread and wine this week
is donated in memory of
FATHER SABBY
Requested by Jerry and Bernadette Johnston
HAPPENINGS THIS WEEK at a glance
Sunday, May 29
Deacon Jim’s Reception after 11 a.m. Mass – K of C Hall
American Legion Poppy Donations all Masses
Monday, May 30
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St. Rosalie’s Spring Flowers for
Good Ground, Beautiful Ground
A donation was made in memory of
MADELINE SCOTTO, OUR MOTHER
By James and Josephine Cummings
Calling All Scouts
All Girl Scouts and
Boy Scouts are invited
to join us to celebrate
Scouting and the
achievements of the
Scouts in our parish
community.
Scout Sunday will be
held on Sunday, June 5, at the 9:30 a.m. Mass. Please
arrive dressed in uniform by 9:15 a.m.
Refreshments will be served after Mass. For more
information, please email the Parish Scout Coordinator,
Anne Marie Tetrault at [email protected]
Parish Center Closed for Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 31
Miraculous Medal Novena 8:30 a.m. – Church
Upper Room Prayer 9 a.m. – Fellowship Room
ESL 9:30 a.m. – Parish Center
Bereavement 10 a.m. – Parish Center
St. Vincent de Paul Society Meeting 7 p.m. – Parish Ctr
Wednesday, June 1
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament 8:30-11:45 a.m.
Little Rock Scripture Study 10 a.m. – Fellowship Room
Benediction 11:45 a.m. – Church
Altar Rosary Society Meeting 1:15 p.m. – Parish Center
Adult Choir 7 p.m. – Church
Charismatic Prayer Group 7 p.m. – Fellowship Room
Thursday, June 2
ESL 9:30 a.m. – Parish Center
Friday, June 3
Divine Mercy Chaplet 12:30 p.m. – Church
Sunday, June 5
Attention Eucharistic Ministers
We are in need of additional
Eucharistic Ministers who are willing to
serve at St. Rosalie’s in East Quogue on
Sundays at the 9:00 and 10:15 Masses
this summer. If you are a current or newly
trained Eucharistic Minister at St. Rosalie’s
in Hampton Bays and would like to help
out, please call Lynn Screvane, the St.
Rosalie’s Church in East Quogue Eucharistic Minister
Coordinator at 631-653-8360.
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Scout Sunday 9:30 a.m. – Church
Baptisms 2 p.m. – Church
Parish Center Closed
St. Rosalie’s Parish Center offices will be closed this
Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. The
priests and staff wish everyone a safe and happy
holiday.
Fathers’ Day Cards
Father’s Day cards are available
in the church lobby.
If you wish to make a memento for
St. Rosalie’s Booster Club
your father or grandfather
(deceased or living) at the Triduum of
Congratulations to the winner of last week’s drawing:
Masses beginning Father’s Day, June
PAT LECHLEIDER
19, please do so by returning the
Stop by the Parish Center to purchase additional
envelope as soon as possible in the collection basket on
raffle tickets. Remember all winners will be put back
into the drum. This past year many have won the weekly any Sunday or in the depository box located in the
lobby of the church.
drawing more than once!
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Take A Break!
Thanks to the time, talent and treasure our Catechists give in stewardship to our young parishioners from September to May,
it is time for them to rest. I am so grateful to all of those who are in this ministry- truly a chosen group! You have to have a particular
personality to be a catechist, with lots of patience and compassion, as well as the desire to give what you have to those who need to
know more about our faith. It is with faith that each catechist enters a session, knowing that their plan might be changed according to
what is happening in our young parishioners’ daily lives, but always keeping faith that the Holy Spirit will allow the “needed” lesson
to take place.
Please keep these catechists in your prayers, and pray that the next few months will inspire others to follow in their footsteps
and join this ministry, as I never have enough catechists! With gratitude to all of them, I am happy to wish them a season with a little
more time for themselves. Feeling blessed, Eileen
May 29, 2016
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LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA
Curso Pre-Bautismal – el 26 de Junio - El próximo
curso será el domingo, 26 de junio. Recuerda que no hubo
curso hoy, debido a la procesión del Corpus Christi.
La Fiesta del Cuerpo y Sangre de Cristo – Hoy celebramos
la Fiesta del Cuerpo y Sangro de Cristo. Después de la Misa
habrá una procesión con el Santísimo. Los altares de cada
país representan nuestra herencia de fe que traemos con
nosotros. La visita del Santísimo a cada altar representa la
realidad que Jesus nos acompaña en nuestra peregrinación y
que Él nos une aquí en Hampton Bays para formar su
Cuerpo que es la Iglesia.
RINCÓN DE INFORMACIÓN
El Papa Habla: Los Esposo Edifican el Cuerpo de Cristo El Concilio Ecuménico Vaticano II, en la Constitución
pastoral Gaudium et spes, se ocupó de «la promoción de la
dignidad del matrimonio y la familia» (cf. 47-52). Definió el
matrimonio como comunidad de vida y de amor (cf. 48),
poniendo el amor en el centro de la familia [...] El
“verdadero amor entre marido y mujer” (49) implica la
entrega mutua, incluye e integra la dimensión sexual y la
afectividad, conformemente al designio divino (cf. 48-49).
Además, subraya el arraigo en Cristo de los esposos: Cristo
Señor “sale al encuentro de los esposos cristianos en el
sacramento del matrimonio” (48), y permanece con ellos. En
la encarnación, él asume el amor humano, lo purifica, lo
lleva a plenitud, y dona a los esposos, con su Espíritu, la
capacidad de vivirlo, impregnando toda su vida de fe,
esperanza y caridad. De este modo, los esposos son
consagrados y, mediante una gracia propia, edifican el
Cuerpo de Cristo y constituyen una iglesia doméstica (cf.
Lumen gentium, 11), de manera que la Iglesia, para
comprender plenamente su misterio, mira a la familia
cristiana, que lo manifiesta de modo genuino». De Amoris Laetitia,
§67. Dado en Roma, el 19 de marzo, del año 2016.
Intenciones del Papa para Mayo
Universal: Las mujeres en la sociedad. Para que en todos los
países del mundo las mujeres sean honradas y respetadas y
sea valorizado su esencial aporte social.
Por la Evangelización: El Rosario. Para que se difunda en
las familias, comunidades y grupos, la práctica de rezar el
santo Rosario por la evangelización y la paz.
El Asesor de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas
En el Apostolado Hispano en Southampton el jueves, 23 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. Cesar, P. Esteban o P. Jesús. El
curso pre-matrimonial se da por seis domingos, de las 9 AM al
mediodía comenzando el primer domingo de octubre o de febrero.
Curso Pre-Bautismal
El curso se da el último domingo de cada mes [excepto en
mayo] a la 1:30 PM en el Apostolado Hispano en Southampton
o a las 5:00 PM en la iglesia en East Hampton. En junio el
curso será el domingo, 26 de junio. No hubo el curso el 29 de
mayo. Favor de llevar la copia del acta de nacimiento del niño.
Los bautizos en Hampton Bays serán el 11 de junio, el 9 de
julio, el 13 de agosto, el 10 de septiembre, el 8 de octubre y el
12 de noviembre.
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 Cesar Lara: Cel: 631-332-5300
Padre Jesus Arellano: Cel: 929-257-3467
Padre Esteban: Cel: 631-375-1001; Fax: 631-287-0986
Horas del Apostolado: los martes a viernes - 2-4 PM
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Our Lady of the Hamptons
The registration period leading
toward enrollment at OLH for September 2016 is now
completed for
grades 3-8, with
very limited space
available in Pre-K
and primary grades.
Interested families
are invited to request information
packets early. Students seeking admission to kindergarten must be five
years of age prior to December 1,
2016. Call 631-283-9140 for details.
A full-certified pre-school program for three and four year old
children is offered by OLH at St.
Rosalie’s Parish Center in Hampton
Bays. Enrollment information is available at the Southampton campus.
We invite parishioners and
friends to learn more about Our
Lady of the Hamptons by visiting the
website www.olh.org. Tours can be
arranged at any time, by calling
631-283-9140.
New Members Needed!
The Michelangelo Lodge #2451
of Hampton Bays is looking for new
members. We
meet every second Thursday at 3
p.m. in the Senior
Center on Ponquogue Avenue. If
you are interested, please call
Mary Ann Heenan 631-728-8441 or
Rose Conte 631-728-2762.
Holy Name Society
The Holy Name Society will meet
on Sunday June 12 at the 8 a.m.
Mass. A breakfast gathering will follow in the Knights of Columbus Hall.
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St. Anthony’s High School
Honor Roll
Congratulations to six of our
young parishioners who received
Honor Roll certificates for the Third
Quarter at St. Anthony’s High School:
Grayson Cherubino, Lauren DePasquale, Nicole DePasquale, Madison Kayel, Steven Rizzo and Hana
Simpson-Heavey. Keep up the good
work!
Stewardship Reflection
In today’s gospel,
the disciples suggest
that Jesus dispense
the crowd so that
they might individually seek food and
lodging. The miracle
of the feeding of
the 5,000 is Jesus’
powerful reminder that when we
share our gifts in His name there is
always more than enough!
St. Vincent de Paul
Society Reflection
Today as we celebrate the gift of
the Body and Blood of Christ let us
pray for those who are hungry, malnourished and starving.
In the month of May, through your
gifts, the Society of St. Vincent de
Paul was able to bring the love of
God to the poor in the amount of
$533 from the Church poor boxes.
Green Tip
Submitted by the Committee for the
Common Good
Open the windows and enjoy the
fresh air to keep your home healthier. Opening the windows for even 5
minutes per day reduces the toxins in
the indoor air of your home. Clean
your indoor air naturally with a
“living air filter” a houseplant. Spi-
St. Rosalie’s Bulletin
der plants, rubber plants, English ivy
and peace plants are recommended
for this purpose.
St. Joseph’s Seminary at
Huntington
Summer Session: June 20 - Aug. 2
Offering Courses on
Ecclesiology, Logic, Lay
Ministry with Children,
Nicomachean Ethics, The
Gospel of Mark and a
course on Apologetics.
Also offering 4 day workshops on
July 25, 26, 28 and 29 on Liturgical
Documents, the Liturgical year and
Celebrating the Sacraments with
Children. Workshops offered through
the Liturgical Music Institute. Courses
open to both registered and nonregistered students. One time only:
50% discount for first time for credit
registrants who register for 3 credit
courses.
For further information, contact:
Academic Office 631-423-0483
ext. 147; Or visit our website:
www.icseminary.edu.
Magnificat Breakfast
Magnificat, a Ministry to Catholic
Women, cordially invites you to attend our upcoming breakfast on Saturday, June 4, Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, at The Hofstra
Club in Uniondale at 9:45 a.m. Our
speaker will be Angela Rizzo, foundress and coordinator of our chapter, who will share her amazing journey of faith and how she learned to
trust Jesus in all things.
For more information contact Angela Rizzo at (516) 763-1739.
Come and celebrate this wonderful
Feast Day and bring a friend. Preregistration is required; payment will
not be accepted the day of the
event!
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)

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