Saint Patrick Catholic Church - St. Patrick`s Catholic Church



Saint Patrick Catholic Church - St. Patrick`s Catholic Church
Saint Patrick
Catholic Church
235 Glen Street
Glen Cove NY 11542
“Sketch of Saint Patrick Church”
A gift of the artist, Joseph M. Cherubini
The Very Rev’d Dom Daniel Stephen Nash, Can. Reg. Pastor
The Very Rev’d Dom Gabriel Rach, Can. Reg. Associate
The Very Rev’d Dom Ambros Boyd, Can. Reg. Associate
The Very Rev’d Dom Elias Matthew Carr, Can. Reg. In Residence
Dcn. Frank Borchardt
Dcn. Juan Guilfú
(516) 674-9137
The Very Rev’d Dom Gabriel Rach, Can. Reg.
Ms. Bernadette Heym
Fran Howlett
Cantalicio Gamarra
Cantalicio Gamarra
Parish office: [email protected]
Fr Daniel: [email protected]
Fr Gabriel: [email protected]
Fr Ambros: [email protected]
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 12, 2016
Mass Schedule
9:00 am
9:00 am
4:30 pm (Sunday A nticipatory)
7:45 am
Spanish Mass: 8:45 am (Parish Hall)
10:15 am (Family Mass)
11:30 am (Choir)
5:00 pm
This week at St. Patrick’s
St. Patrick’s Parish Ministries
Saturday, June 11th.
9:00 AM: Victor Strozak
4:30 PM: Collective Mass Intentions
Anne & Rocco Tumbarello
Frank Lopez
Philip Arfman
Sunday, June 12th.
7:45 AM: Eugene Auciello
8:45 AM: Pro populo
10:15 AM: Virginia Donaldson
11:30 AM: Rose & Raymond Fink
5:00 PM: Angelo Filippone
Monday, June 13th.
9:00 AM: Maura Kelly Kehew
Tuesday, June 14th.
9:00 AM: Carlo, Angela & Gennaro Crispano
Wednesday, June 15th.
9:00 AM: Roberta & Alexander Patrick
Thursday, June 16th.
9:00 AM: Maura Kelly Kehew
Friday, June 17th.
9:00 AM: Joseph Sheehan (1st. Anniversary)
Saturday, June 18th.
9:00 AM: Calep Boyd II
4:30 PM: Collective Mass Intentions
Maura Kelly Kehew
Mary Palatinus
Sal Michnowich
Sunday, June 19th.
7:45 AM: Virginia Donaldson
8:45 AM: Pro populo
10:15 AM: Eugene Edwards (1st. Anniversary)
11:30 AM: Anthony Palmieri
5:00 PM: Rene Jagenburg
The Blessed Sacrament in the Notre Dame Chapel (Convent)
Tuesday and Wednesday 10 am to 9 pm, Thursday open
from 6:00 pm to Friday 1:00 am, and reopens Friday from
5:00 am to 12:00 pm (noon) then, from 9:00 pm Friday
through Saturday 2:00 pm. Closed Sunday.
Sacrament of Baptism
At 11:00 am on the 1st Saturday of the month.
Please call the Parish Office for more information.
Preparation classes: the last Saturday of each month.
Sacrament of Marriage
Engaged and planning your wedding? The process begins by
reviewing our Marriage Prep Checklist. This document is
available at the Parish Office, or at The link is located
on the main page under "Announcements".
Sacrament of Penance
Saturday 3:30 pm to 4:15 pm (Church)
Monday to Wednesday immediately after the 9:00 am Mass
(Church). If possible, please inform the sacristan or priest
before Mass.
Parish Faith Formation
Provides excellent formation in the Catholic Faith for
children in non-Catholic private and public schools.
Grades 1-6 and Children’s Catechumenate on
Tuesday 4:15 - 5:30 pm
Grades 1-8 and Children’s Catechumenate on
Tuesday 7:00 - 8:15 pm
R.C.I.A on Tuesday evenings from 7:30-8:30 pm. We will
meet (mostly) at St. Rocco’s.
All Saints Regional Catholic School
Offers an excellent Catholic and academically rigorous
education. Nursery to Eighth Grade. For more information
please call the School Office (676-0762).
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
Please contact the Office to arrange a time. In emergency
please call the Parish Office/Emergency Line.
Apostolado Hispano
Celebramos la Eucaristía todos los Domingos a las 8:45 am,
el Sacramento del Bautismo se administra el 2do. y el 4to.
Domingo de cada mes. Se require previa charla de
preparación. Para más información, llamar al 759-6039.
Parish Social Ministry
The family
members who have
entered into
Eternal Life!
Anne Carbuto
Frederick Bentel
The 2016
Mass book is open
for Masses
The offering is
We care for our brothers and sisters through our Parish
Outreach and food pantry program. Open on Tuesdays from
10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 1:00
pm. For further information please call 676-5586.
Parish Thrift Shop
Closed for r enovation. Star ting J une 13th all donations
can be dropped off at the Parish Office (Mondays only) from
9:00 am-5:00 pm.
We Pray for our Sick.....
The church unites in praying for those who are critically ill. Our prayers can be a very effective channel for the healing power of
Christ. Some people have a crisis or illness. Others are chronically ill. Both types of situations need the care and concern of the
entire Body of Christ.
At the request of concerned family members, names of the critically ill will be placed on our prayer list and will remain on the sick
list for four (4) weeks. After that time they will be removed from the list. If a member of the family or the sick person himself or
herself wishes to remain on the list, they have only to call or e-mail us and we will be happy to oblige.
Peggy Williams, Elizabeth Doxey, Tracy Johnston, Jim McCabe, Abigail Sadowski, Michelina Gambale, Eileen
Guadagni, Jacob Sagaser, Samantha De Mato, Steve Valli, Gloria Cuellar, Katherine McCarthy, Peter Jablonski,
Eileen Stapelton, Mike Solomito, Michelle Butler, Allyn Adams, Jack Swenson, Kim Pomeroy, Fernando Ayo,
Angela Bezella , Dorothy Sagaser, Joseph Sagaser, Mary Tormey, Carter Suozzi, Raymond Dillon, Angela Grella,
Elizabeth Comitino, Mackenzie Borchers, baby Grace Skuches, Maryann Curley, Concetta Macedonio, Philipe
Pretto, Louis Guadagni, Alberta Sadowski, Mrs. Hazel Reukauf, John Devoti, Christine Williams, Nora Avci,
Thomas Wright, Salomon Huamaní, Victor Tosner, Susan Robertson, Margaret Occhuito, Bobbie Brown, Frances
Breen, Julianne Hennesy, Veronica Munoz, Sal Comitino, Hogan Family, Joan McCarthy, Eduardo Archuleta,
and Victoria Dobsovits.
Reflection- St. Paul reminds us in the second reading that “I live by faith in the Son of God
who has loved me and given Himself up for me.” What do we give to - and do - for others?
What do we give to - and do - for Jesus?
General Intercession for Mass– That as committed stewards, we practice showing the
merciful love of God through various expressions of caring for others, we pray to the Lord.
Living Stewardship- We are grateful this week for all stewards of God’s mercy in our parish who care for the sick by visiting family members and friends who are ill, praying for the
sick individually by name or making a meal for people who are facing difficult situations in
caring for a sick loved one.
Adoration Chapel
June 5, 2016
Actual Budget*
Healthy Parish**
* Actual Budget is based on historical collections only. It
reflects only the bare minimum the parish needs.
**Healthy Budget reflects what is really needed to run the
parish and prudently maintain the facilities.
Thank you for your continued generosity!
Weekly Readings
Monday: 1 Kings 21:1-16. / Ps 5:2-3.5-6.7. / Mt 5:38-42.
Tuesday: 1 Kings 21:17-29. / Ps 51(50):3-4.5-6a.11.16. /
Mt 5:43-48.
2 Kings 2:1.6-14. / Ps 31(30):20.21.24. / Mt 6:1-6.1618.
Thursday: Sirach 48:1-15. / Ps 97(96):1-2.3-4.5-6.7. / Mt 6:7-15.
Friday: 2 Kings 11:1-4.9-18.20. / Ps 132(131):11.12.13-14.1718. / Mt 6:19-23.
Saturday: 2 Chron. 24:17-25. / Ps 89(88):4-5.29-30.31-32.33-34. /
Mt 6:24-34.
Sunday: Zech. 12:10-11.13:1. / Ps 63(62):2abcd.2e-4.5-6.8-9. /
Gal. 3:26-29. / Lk 9:18-24.
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday Open 6:00 PM to Friday 1:00 AM
Reopens Friday 5:00 AM - 12:00 (noon)
9:00 PM Friday to Saturday 2:00 PM
Sunday - Closed
Substitutes are needed for all hours from time to time.
Pick what days and hours you are available. Please contact
the following captains:
Marge Peguillan (Tuesdays)
Susan Jerzewski (Wednesdays)
Harry Mooney (Thursdays)
Paula Archuleta (9pm Frid-6am Sat.) 516-639-9773
Peter Luzynski (Sat.6am-2pm)
God bless you
Second Collection
This weekend there is a second
collection for
Debt Reduction
Thank you for your generosity.
The Canonry of Saint Leopold presents
“ Vatican Two (Re)views“
“There and Back Again” – reviewing our (re)views
We start at 7:30 pm in the Parish Center of the Church of Saint Rocco
18 Third Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542
For more information, please contact us at [email protected]
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Glen Cove Conference
Help Line: For assistance 516-676-5586
June 12:
Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary time
As we hear the Gospel today we realize that sometimes
we are like Simon as it’s far easier to see what is wrong in another than it is to see what is wrong in ourselves. But Jesus,
who accepts the poor woman without judging or blaming her,
shows us what Christian love is all about. Through your almsgiving you are performing a good work; far greater than you
think. The coins placed in the St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box
bring Christ’s love and compassion to the poor.
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
by assisting families - providing food, paying utility and rent
bills, etc.
Thank You!!
PLEASE VOLUNTEER - you can help us respond to
requests from our neediest neighbors and help coordinate
Parish events. Help is needed in many forms – home visits,
paperwork, fundraising, phone calls and more…
We also connect on a spiritual level at every monthly
meeting and each visit.
* The Mission of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a
Catholic lay organization, leads women and men to join together to
grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are
needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Frédéric
Ozanam, and patron, St. Vincent de Paul.
Our Conference meets on the first Tuesday of the month.
Join us at our next meeting on Tuesday, July 5th
St. Rocco’s Parish Center, starting at 7:30 PM
Your financial support as a benefactor/donor will help
families who have fallen on hard times.
“Poor Box” donations and/or Checks payable to:
Glen Cove Conference of St. Vincent de Paul
Mail to: Glen Cove Conference of St. Vincent de Paul
c/o The Church of St. Rocco
18 Third Street, Glen Cove, New York 11542
Religious Education
Religious Education Registration Forms for the school year
2016/17 will be mailed out
the week of June 20. If you do
not receive one you may pick
one up in the Parish Office.
The Religious Education
Programs of St. Patrick and
St. Rocco are in need of
catechists, aides, hall
monitors and substitutes
beginning this fall. If you or
someone you know would like
to volunteer one hour per
week to the children of our
parishes, or for further
information please call.
671-7223 or 676-4691
Thank you!
All Saints Regional Catholic School
Founded in 1990
Supported by the Parishes of:
St. Boniface ~ St. Hyacinth ~ St. Mary ~ St. Patrick ~ St. Rocco
Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Phone: 516 676-0762
Festival of the Arts
The ASR Festival of the Arts was held Friday
evening, May 20th. The children had an opporWe have been increasing our participation in
tunity to show their work in Art and Language
NYSSMA, slowly, but, steadily. This year in PiArts and to perform in Band, Strings, Mixed
ano we were represented by Leah AbouEid, Claire Chorus and Schola. It was a wonderful culminaAbouEid, Violette AbouEid, Christopher
tion of a year of hard work and creativity.
Brosnan, Andrew McRory, Aish Sundaram and
Congratulations to all!
Atish Sundaram. In Voice, we have Jamie Coniglione and Jordan Kramer. Our Schola Cantorum also participated and received Silver with
Distinction. ASR is so proud of these students.
Keep up the great work.
All Saints is hosting a Summer
Sports Program through F.A.S.T.
Get up, get going and get active with F.A.S.T. Athletics
Super Sports Program F.A.S.T. will offer a variety of
sports each day such as soccer, basketball, gagaabll,
dodgeball, capture the flag, waffle ball and kickball.
Week 1—Super Sports Session GRADES 1- 6
Program Dates: June 27th-July 1st
Time: 9:00oam—12:00pm
Price $120.00
Location: All Saints School
Week 2—Super Sports Session GRADES 1 - 6
Program Dates: July 11th– July 15th
Time: 9:00oam—12:00pm
Price $120.00
Location: All Saints School
Registration forms can be found in the Wednesday’s
Mail section of the All Saints website.’s Mail
New this year! FREE Before-care and After-care!
Registration for the 2016-2017 school year is ongoing.
Contact Carol Filippone in our Registration Office at 516 676-0762 ext. 202
Legion of Mary
Come join the Legion of Mary an
apostolic/evangelization organization
of lay people! Active members share
the faith through a variety of face-toface ministries and spiritual works
of mercy.
These include teaching, bringing Communion to the sick and homebound, praying with
elderly at nursing homes and much more. The
prayers of the Blessed Mother and our Auxiliary
members support our witness efforts. We also
enjoy social recreation with other local Legion
of Mary groups.
Join us to learn more about the Catholic faith,
building relationships and to grow in holiness.
For more information about the legion of Mary
or to join please contact a Legion member. We
meet second and fourth
Saturday morning at 10:30 am.
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Will meet on Saturday, June 25th
and July 9th at 10:30 am. in the
Parish Hall.
Closed for renovation
Starting June 13th all donations can be dropped off
at the Parish Office (Mondays only) from
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thank you
$25.00 Daily Prize Winners
June 5th—June 11th
Delia Calero
Kaitlyn Maleady
Dorothy Mitchell
Beatriz Corrales
Mary Ann Reardon
Tessa Loveless
Louise Caminari
Congratulations to all the Winners!
FAN Program
This program offers food to people older than 60 years. Held
the second Tuesday of every month
from 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM in front of the Parish Hall.
Thursday, July 14th
Rosary - 7:00 pm
Mass - 7:30 pm
Enroll of Brown Scapular after Mass
Refreshments at Madonna Room.
Immigration Services
June 13 & 27th.
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm / John Paul II Room / Convent building.
Citizenship Classes
Held every Tuesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm / John Paul II - Convent building.
Al Anon
All are Welcome!
St. Rocco Church
18 Third Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542
Is there a drinking problem in your family?
We can help!
There is a regularly scheduled Al-Anon group that meets
Monday at 12:30 pm J ohn Paul II Room / Convent bldg.
Leg. Delia Deriggi-Whitton
Proudly Invites You to the
Annual “Free” Car Seat Safety Check Program
Wednesday, June 22nd from 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Harbor Child Care Center , 49 Forest Ave. Glen Cove, NY 11542
Please look for the traffic safety van. Safety checks are
by appointment only. To book an appointment, please call
(516) 571-6211
Mammography Van Is Coming To Glen Cove
Nassau County University Medical Center
Will provide breast cancer screenings for women in our area
Where: Glen Cove Boys & Gir ls Club (par king lot)
113 Glen Cove Ave, NY 11050
Date: Wednesday, J une 29, 2016 / Time: 8:45 am - 12:00 pm
National Safety Council
Defensive Driving Course
“You Can’t Afford to Miss It”
Reduction Program
Complete the Defensive Driving Course (DDC) through one of
our approved training agencies and become eligible for the
following motor vehicle insurance discounts, each year, for a
full 3 YEARS!
> A 10% Discount on COLLISION Premiums
> A 10% Discount on LIABILITY Premiums
Property Damage (PD)
Bodily Injury (BI)
Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
Your 3-year discount will apply to premiums for all vehicles
for which you are listed as principal operator, including:
Recreational Vehicles
Who is Eligible?
> ASSIGNED RISKS- Reduction in liability base rate regardless
of driver record.
> COMMERCIAL VEHICLES– Please contact your insurance
carrier to determine if a discount will be provided. Although
the discount is not required, improved driving performance
may result in a reduction greater than the 10% required by
law for passenger vehicles.
New York has long been recognized as one of the most progressive states in the area of highway safety programs. The
Point/Insurance Reduction Program is offered to New York
drivers as an incentive for their involvement in a driver improvement course. The goal is to achieve a significant reduction in the number of reportable accidents that occur
on New York highways each year.
The National Safety Council, in cooperation with the Department of Motor Vehicles and your insurance company,
is please to offer you a way to lower your insurance premiums, reduce your driver record violation points, and
sharpen your driving skills.
What is the
Defensive Driving Course?
The DDC 6 hours classroom course is presented by the National Safety Council– certified instructors who, with the
help of modern, multimedia techniques, offer you a new
approach to learning accident prevention skills. You will
receive a course guide to use in class and to keep for future
reference. Even the most experienced drivers find the
course interesting and filled with valuable safe-driving tips.
It’s also great for new drivers, about-to-be drivers, and of
course, family involvement is encouraged.
The Point Reduction
Up to four (4) points will automatically be deducted from the
total on your driver record, if you have incurred violations
during the 18 month period prior to completing DDC. The
point reduction could help you avoid a license suspension!
However, it will not cancel a mandatory suspension or revocation, e.g. 3 speeding convictions within 18 months; nor will
it cancel any action that is already being taken against a motorist’s driving privileges.
This Defensive Driving Course Is A
-Classroom Only Course-No In Car Instruction-No Exams-
Please reserve ____ seat(s) for the next DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE
Enclosed is my check for $ ____
COST: $45
Location: St. Patrick’s-Glen Cove
Date(s): Saturday, June 18, 2016
Time: 8:30 am-3:00 pm
Your Name & Tel. No:
* There will be booklets in Spanish / Habrán folletos en Español.
Payable To: Martin Hirschfield
Driver Ed
PO Box 314, Dept. A
Lake Grove, NY 11755
For reg & info, call: 631 360-9720
BUC Len Abbate, NMCB-21, USN
Capt. Philip Acquara, USAF
Capt. Anthony Angelone, USMC
SPC Corey A. Babb,USA
SPC Damian Babb, USA
Capt. Michael Bacotti, USA
PVT. Anna Backiel, USMC
SGT Russell Badolato, US Army
LTCOL Thomas Beirne, USAF
Capt. Daniel Bellissimo, USAF
Lt. Matthew Bitter USN SEAL
MAJ Adrian Bogart, US Army
Russ Bolan, USMC
PVT USMC Joel A. Bolivar
David S. Brown, Capt. USAF
Lt. Travis James Buffa, USN
Pvt. Luis J. Bustamante, USMC
SSGT John David Carbon, USA
SGT Wilber E. Carmona USMC
LT COL Allan Coville, US Army
LT. Thomas D. Croci, USN
CPL Matt Cryan, US Marines
MTCM William Davis, USN
SPC Ana Delvalle Delgado, USA
CAPT. Thomas F. Dono, USMC
1st. LT. Gregory G. Dono, USMC
HM2 Matthew J Drollinger, USN
Capt. Justin Dzakonski, USA
SGT Clifford Edwards II, USMC
CAPT Robert Elliott, US Army
LT Mark Engi, US Army
LCPL Luis Eriguchi, USMC
PVT Thomas D. Farina, USMC
PVT Jorge Farro, USMC
LT Nathaniel Fick, USMC
Paul Fischer, USMC
Lt. Christian R. Foschi, USN
SGT. Kevin Gleeson USAR
SGTMAJ Raymond Grant, USA
PFC Brandi Gray, US Army
CAPT. Dan Grazier, US MARINE
PFC Andrew B. Grazioso, USA
Lt. T.J. Gossweiler
Captain Evan Gotkin, USA
Major Jennifer Gotkin, USA MED
Sgt. J. Gotdiener, Israeli Defense
LTJG Giselle Hamlin, USN
Lt. Glenn M. Harvey USMC
S/ SGT. M. Hendrick, USA Eng.
HN Nicholas F. Hicks, US Navy
MAJ. Luke T. Holian, USMC
Capt. David Jacobs, Ranger US Army
AD3 Michael Johnston
PFC Justin (Kip) Kipling USMC
LT Cindy Keating, USN
CDR Thomas Kiss, USN
CAPT Christopher Klyne, USN
CH CAPT Fr. James Krische, USA
PFC Michael P. Lanciki, USA
Col Richard Looney US Army
Col Elizabeth Baker Looney USA
LT Dennis Mackin, US Army
Luc-Noel Mamodesen, USNG
CAPT G. M. Martinez, USMC
LTJG J. Miller Mathieson, USN
LTJG Sean Mathieson, USN
PFC Ian McClosky, USMC
LT Evan M. McCrann, USMC
LCPL Gary McKiever, U.S. Army
Capt. William J. Mennis , USA
Capt. Christina Merrick, USA
PFC Jonathan Perez, US MC
Carlos Millan, U.S. Army
UT-1 Stephen E. Moore, Seabees
CAPT Joseph F. Mondello, Jr.
SGT Thomas Morrow, US Army
Lt. Terence M. Nicholas USN
Robert O’Brien, US Army
Diana Susan Palomares, USMC
MAJ Brian Paolillo
LCPL John Patino, USMC
2nd. Lt. Brian Peguillan, US Army
HM2 Matthew D Perez, USN
LCPL Chris. Petersen, USMC
1st Lt. Jesse G. Prince
MAJ Douglas Prits, USAF
David Charles Ray, MP
CPL Brian Rexing, USMC
PVT Michael Rivera, USA AB
Sommer L. Roberson, USAF
LTJG Richie Schmaeling, USN
CPT Hagan C. Scotten, US Army
CPL Carlos Shimabukuro, USMC
PVT Jose Tasayco, USMC
Michael G. Traendly, USA RGR
CMDR R.J.Tumbarello, Pilot,
P.F.C. Steven Vasko, U.S. Army
CH MAJ Timothy Valentine
L/Cpl Keith Wagenhauser, 22nd
Marine Expeditionary Unit
HM Drew Whitting, USN
MAJ Kristopher Zeek
PVT Serge Zelenov, US Army
The Crew of the USS McCampbell
Crew USS San Francisco (SSN711)
Col. Brenton K. Fraser, US Army
Jacqueline Solomito, US Navy
Note: Please help us update our Military Prayer List by contacting the
Parish Office at 676-0276 or e-mail to: [email protected]
All Saints Regional Catholic School
Fundado en 1990
Apoyado por las Iglesias de:
St. Boniface ~ St. Hyacinth ~ St. Mary ~ St. Patrick ~ St. Rocco
Acreditado por la Asociación Middle States de
Universidades y Escuelas
Teléfono: 516 676-0762
Festival de las Artes
El Festival de las Artes ASR se llevó a cabo el
Viernes, 20 de Mayo en la noche. Los niños
tuvieron oportunidad de mostrar su trabajo en el
arte y en el arte del lenguaje para llevar a cabo
Hemos ido aumentando nuestra participación en
NYSSMA, poco a poco, pero de manera constante. en la banda, cuerdas, coro mixto y de la escuela.
Fue una maravillosa culminación de un año de
Este año en el piano estuvieron representados por
Leah AbouEid, Claire AbouEid, Violette AbouEid, trabajo duro y la creatividad.
Christopher Brosnan, Andrew McRory , Aish
Felicitaciones a todos!
Sundaran y Atish Sundaram . En la voz , tenemos
Jamie Coniglione y Jordania Kramer. Nuestra
Schola Cantorum también participó y recibió la
Distinción de Plata. ASR está bien orgulloso de sus estudiantes .
¡Mantengan el buen trabajo!
Todos los Santos está organizando un
Programa de Deportes de Verano a través
de F.A.S.T
Levantarse, ponerse en marcha y hacer actividad física con el
programa de atletismo F.A.S.T. Que ofrecerá una variedad de
deportes cada día como baloncesto, gagaaball, balón
prisionero, capturar la bandera, bola de la galleta y patear la
pelota .
Semana 1– Super Sesión de Deportes GRADOS 1-6
Fecha del Programa: 1 de Junio - 27 de Julio
Hora: 9:00 am -12 : 00 pm
Precio : $ 120.00
Lugar: Escuela de Todos los Santos
Semana 2- Super Sesión de Deportes GRADOS 1-6
Fecha del Programa: 11 de Julio - 15 de Julio
Hora: 9:00 am -12 : 00 pm
Precio : $ 120.00
Lugar: Escuela de Todos los Santos
Puede encontrar los formularios de inscripción en la sección de
correo del día Miércoles de la página web de Todos los Santos.'sMail
Nuevo este año! Programa de Cuidado Antes y Después de clases GRATIS!
La registración para el periodo escolar 2016-2017 está abierta.
Contacte a Carol Filippone en nuestra Oficina de Registración al 516 676-0762 ext. 202
2 Samuel 12:7-10, 13
En la primera lectura, Natán cuenta
una historia al rey David para que vea
lo terrible que ha sido su pecado. Él
tomó la mujer de otro hombre, deliberadamente David puso al soldado en
frente de la línea de batalla para que
fuera acecinado. Dios había dado a David
muchas bendiciones y David se dio cuenta de
que había pecado contra Dios. David se llenó
de remordimientos, pero Natán le aseguró el
perdón de Dios. Igual que David, cualquiera
de nosotros puede perder la perspectiva y
dejar que los deseos rijan nuestras vidas. No
tenemos el derecho de tomar lo que pertenece a otro. Pide a Dios te libere de esa tentación.
Gálatas 2:16, 19-21
La lectura de hoy nos ayuda a ver
la importancia de la fe. San Pablo
dice que tener fe en Jesús es lo
que nos hace bueno ante los ojos
de Dios. Pablo nos dice que su fe
en Cristo es tan fuerte que como
si ya no vivieras, sino que Cristo es quien vive
en él. Los demás debían ver el amor de Dios
radiando en nosotros. Los que intenta mantener la ley sin reflejar la ley de Dios pierden el
sentido de las cosas. Mantener la ley es importante pero la ley por si sola no nos salva.
Lucas 7:36--8:3 o 7:36-50
por alto la forma usual que los invitados son
tratados en un banquete. Ella baña los pies
de Jesús con sus lágrimas, después derrama
un costoso perfume y lo limpia con sus cabellos Simón el anfitrión del banquete no da las
cortesías usuales a Jesús cuando este llega.
Sin embargo, condena a Jesús por asociarse
con la mujer conocida por sus pecados. Al
contar a Simón una historia sobre el perdón
de las deudas, Jesús alaba a la mujer. A ella
se le perdona mucho porque ella amó mucho.
Jesús señala a Simón la necesidad de perdonar—por su falta de hospitalidad, su falta de
respeto por cada uno de ellos y su superioridad moral. La historia es un poderoso ejemplo de la relación entre el perdón y el amor.
La lectura del evangelio nos cuenta la hermosa historia de la respuesta de Jesús a la mujer pecadora. En su amor por Jesús, ella pasa
En nuesta vida, por lo general interactuamos con personas que son como nosotros.
Compartimos nuestro día con personas que tienen nuestros propios valores e intereses. Jesús se toma el riesgo de encontrarse con gente muy diferente a Él, pues es
precisamente en estos en los que puede tener una influencia positiva; son estos lo
que verdaderamente necesitan de su atención y de su misericordia. Cada uno de
nosotros debe buscar la manera de acercar a otros a Dios, de desafiar a otros con
nuestro propio testimonio, sin juzgar o dar órdenes. Hay tanta gente a nuestro alrededor que necesita de nuestra compañía, de nuestros consejos, de nuestro entusiasmo, de nuestra caridad. El Espíritu nos da la capacidad de influir positivamente en otros, de encaminarlos y llevarlos poco a poco a que conozcan a Jesús.
Muchas personas se sienten mal y viven mal porque
han dejado que muchos
pensamientos negativos
inunden su matrimonio, su
familia, su trabajo, su vida.
La mente es el área de ataque de nuestro enemigo donde nos manda
pensamientos como dardos envenenados
que contaminan nuestra vida; especialmente
con recuerdos negativos del pasado que
vuelven y tratan de mantenerte atado(a) a
circunstancias que no edifican para nada tu
vida ni tu familia.
No asumas que tu cónyuge no te ama, o que
quiere hacerte daño. Frecuentemente se
interpretan mal las acciones o palabras del
cónyuge y vienen los pensamientos negativos como una tromba demoledora para hacerte sentir que no le importas, que no te
ama, que no le importa cómo te sientes. Esto
por lo general es falso, pero los pensamien-
tos negativos te lo hacen creer como si fuera
una verdad.
Los sentimientos son resultado de nuestros
pensamientos, y por esa razón la Biblia nos
enseña que debemos confrontar todo pensamiento en nuestra vida con las promesas de
la palabra de Dios, para que no nos dejemos
llevar por las emociones o sentimientos, sino
por la palabra de vida que Dios nos ofrece.
Cada vez que te vengan pensamientos negativos a tu mente acerca de tu cónyuge, llévalos de inmediato delante del Señor contrarrestándolos con las promesas de vida de la
palabra. No importa si esos pensamientos
tienen razón o no en función del comportamiento pasado de tu cónyuge; lo que realmente importa es que tu tengas la FE de que
con Dios las cosas pueden ser muy diferentes si vivimos en obediencia a su palabra.
Declara que tu esposo es un hombre que
refleja la imagen de Amor que viene de Dios,
que es el Sacerdote de tu hogar, que es un
excelente esposo, que es un excelente Padre, que es un excelente proveedor, etc.;
aunque no lo veas aún, proclámalo con fe
como si lo vieras. Declara que tu esposa es
una mujer virtuosa y sabía que edifica tu
hogar; que es una excelente esposa y una
excelente madre. Proclama vida sobre ella.
Trátala con ternura y suavidad como vaso
más frágil; y ella reaccionará positivamente.
Pídele perdón a Dios y a tu cónyuge si has
estado permitiendo pensamientos negativos
en tu vida, y toma la decisión a partir de hoy,
de llevar todos tus pensamientos a la presencia del Señor para que te ayude a discernir
las artimañas del enemigo y puedas combatirlas con las promesas de vida de nuestro
Dios. Habla con tu cónyuge. No asumas.
Exprésale con respeto y consideración lo que
sientes, no con reclamos ni quejas.
Tú matrimonio y tu familia es el tesoro
más valioso que Dios te ha dado.
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