HOLY FAMILY—DECEMBER 30, 2012 They found him in the temple

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HOLY FAMILY—DECEMBER 30, 2012 They found him in the temple
HOLY FAMILY—DECEMBER 30, 2012
They found him in the temple, sitting
among the teachers, listening to them and
asking them questions.
Luke 2:46
The Basilica Parish of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Southampton, NY
Our Parish Staff and Ministries
Pastoral Staff:
Rev. Michael A. Vetrano, Pastor
[email protected]
In Residence: Rev. Msgr. William J. Gill
John Moran, Deacon
Sr. Mary Assunta Boyle, RSM, Religious
Education
Suzanne Marchisella, Parish & Cemetery
Secretary
Mary Ann Tupper, Human Resources
Jo Ann Morse, Music Director
Jack Hanlon, Liturgy Coordinator
WE CELEBRATE EUCHARIST
Mass Schedule
Weekends:
First Saturday of the month: 8:15 AM
Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM,
12:30 PM. (Spanish). 5:00 PM.
Holydays:
Vigil: 7:00 PM.
Holyday: 8:00 AM., 12:00 Noon
Weekdays:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday &
Friday: 12:00 Noon
Tuesday 8:00 AM.
Please let us know if someone is unable to
come to Church because of age or illness.
We will be happy to bring Holy Communion
to them at home.
Religious Education Office: 283-0508
e-mail: [email protected]
Human Resources Office: 283-6415
e-mail:[email protected]
Spanish Apostolate: 283-4379
Vincentian Fathers: 287-9647
Our Lady of the Hamptons
School: 283-9140 Convent: 283-9110
Sr. Kathryn Schlueter, CSJ, Principal
Parish Office Telephone: 631-283-0097
Fax: 631-283-3836
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.shjmbasilica.org
Hours: Monday - Friday:
9:00 am - 12:30 pm; 1:30 pm-4:00 pm
Evenings: By appointment only please
Sat. & Sun.: By appointment only please
Devotions:
Tuesdays: Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Novena. 8:00 AM Mass
Human Resources of the Hamptons
The Human Resources Program volunteers reach out to meet the
temporal needs of the elderly, the housebound and the poor of our
parish and community, Our parish Care for the Caregiver Program
delivers hot meals to families in need of this kind of help on
Wednesday evenings. Call the Human Resources Office (2836415) for more information and assistance.
Birthright:
Birthright maintains an office at 99 W Montauk Highway. Hampton
Bays. Project Rachel offers confidential and compassionate counseling to anyone suffering guilt after an abortion. Please call Birthright at 728-8900 for information.
BASILICA PARISH OF SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS & MARY
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
DECEMBER 30, 2012
Readings: Sir 3:2-6, 12-14; Col 3:12-21; Lk 2:41-52
Mission Statement: We are a Eucharistic centered people, who by following Christ’s teaching,
join together to love and serve those in spiritual and physical need in our community.
Masses for the Week of Dec 31-Jan 6
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
12:00
Barbara Schroter
5:00 PM Mary Steinbrecher
8:00
Mary Steinbrecher
12:00
Jack Cawley
12:00
Vincent & Mary Catena
12:00
Erick Backstein
12:00
James & Patrick Boyle
5 PM Margarete U. Joyce
8:00
William L. Zaluski, Jr., Harriet &
William Zaluski, Sr.& Barbara Corwith
9:30 People of the Parish
11:00
Margaret Maloney, Douglas & William
Borucke, Michael Nadurak
12:30
Spanish Mass
5 PM
Troy Smart
MINISTERS SCHEDULE
Dec 31—Vigil—Mary, Mother of God
5 PM Father Vetrano
E.M.’S
anyone available
LECTOR
D. Sacco
Jan 1
E.M.’S
LECTOR
E.M.’S
LECTOR
8 AM Msgr. Gill
anyone available
anyone available
12 Noon Father Vetrano
S. Adelante, V. Grattan
N. Conroy
Saturday, Jan 5
5 PM Father Vetrano
SERVERS
A. Wesnofske
E.M.’S
J. Costa, A. Fiore, M. Lynch
LECTOR
G. Reisig
Sunday, Jan 6
8 AM Msgr. Gill
SERVERS
K. Culver, I & L Martin
E.M.’S
M. Adamczyk, T. Cavallaro, K. Duggan,
J. McKenna, J. Taranto
LECTOR
M. Mackey
GREETERS K. Moffa
SERVERS
E.M.’S
LECTOR
GREETERS
9:30 AM Father Vetrano
L. Arresta, P. Bellucci, A. Cuccia,
M. Wilson
A & J Cuccia, N. McCulley, J & C Wilson
K. King-Bush
A. Lesta, J & N McCulley
LECTOR
GREETERS
11 AM
Father Kiernan
Ambrose Bros., May Bros.,
W. Menghini, O. Valle
G. Bauer, J. Cleary, P. Jordan,
S. McCulley, L. Robins
P. Jordan
C. Brown, C. Butler, R. Essay
SERVERS
E.M.’S
LECTOR
5 PM
Father Dahm
C. Carafield, M. Terry
N. Conroy, K. Maple, K. Rossi
S. Nielsen
SERVERS
E.M.’S
SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL– Dec 30—P. Madison
January 6 –C & J Mottern
HAMPTON CENTER– Dec 30—S. Oldakowski,
A. Beatty
January 6 –M. Lynch, S. Raynor
Rosary— January 3—B. Medler
ALTARS - January—M. Rist
ALTAR LINENS: G. Bauer
HAND LINENS - December 24-January 6—A. Enstine
SACRIFICIAL GIVING
The December 23 & 25 collections were not
available at the time of printing. The 2012
Catholic Ministries Appeal total so far $47,080 in
gifts and pledges, 83% of our goal. May God bless
you for your continued support and generosity.
Anyone who would like to donate Altar
Candles, Wine or Altar Bread in
memory of a loved one or for a special
intention please call the Parish Office—
283-0097 Ext. 0.
A huge and special thank you to all those who
prepared our worship space, welcomed our parishioners,
presided at our liturgies, set our altar, ushered those who came to worship,
ministered the Eucharist, read the Word of God, led us in song,
praised God with instrument and voice, served at our Masses,
took part in Lessons and Carols, rejoiced in the Messiah,
Lighted our trees, sold beautiful Christmas cards, provided our decorations.
All the readers, actors, and loving parents at our Pageant
and most of all, for all who prayed and celebrated with us.
You made our Advent and Christmas so special and I thank you all……
Welcome to Our Parish
The parish family of Sacred Hearts welcomes all who come here.
Regardless of a persons history, ethnicity, orientation, gender , age, or
race our doors are always open to all who come. We welcome you to
be a member of our community and to take part in all of our ministries,
activities, and worship.
If you would like to become a member of our parish you are welcome to fill out a registration / census form in
this bulletin. You are welcome to do so even if you only worship here occasionally or seasonally. We would
be happy to have you as a friend of our community.
If we can serve you in any way I invite you to be in touch by phone (283-0097) or by email
([email protected]).
This evening will be given by Fr. Mike Vetrano. He is our pastor and also an
advocate at the tribunal in our diocese. Advocates help those seeking annulments
to bring their case before the tribunal in a pastorally sensitive and compassionate
manner. This evening is geared for those who wonder about where they or a friend
or a family member stand with the church and will explain the various options open
to those who were married in the church and now wish to begin a new relationship
with the full blessing of the church.
Monday February 4th at 7:30 PM
Why Catholics Like Einstein and Need not be Afraid of Darwin
The supposed conflict between science and religion is a staple of
modern discourse. But does this conflict really exist? We shall
take a look at Darwin's theory of evolution and the question of
human origins; modern cosmology; the Galileo affair (which
history books still treat as the definitive parting of ways between
science and religion); and suggest ways of reading the creation
account in the Book of Genesis. The talk will take a cue from
the 17th century philosopher Francis Bacon: A little science can
lead us away from God, while a fuller understanding of it leads
us back again.
Adult Faith Formation
Adult Faith Formation
Monday January 14 at 7:30
Divorce and Remarriage:
Where Do I Stand with the Church?
Beginning Again...
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Human Resources would like to thank all the people who
donated to the Tree of Hope, all those who wrapped gifts, and
help to distribute the packages on December 19th. Thank you
for your generosity.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
CONFIRMATION DATE: MAY 9, 2012 4:30 PM
Bishop Nelson
Parents of children who will be entering first grade in September: If your child is entering the
first grade and you want him/her to receive the sacraments in the parish, it is time to register
them for the Religious Education Program if they are not attending Our Lady of the Hamptons
or some other Catholic School.
Religious Education Registration forms are now available on the parish website:
www.shjmbasilica.org.
Please remember that children are required to attend each year from first to eighth grades, in
order to be prepared for the receiving of Confirmation in the eighth grade. Also attendance
each week is a must unless the child is sick or has a good reason for missing a class. Please
encourage the school and coaches not to schedule games or practices on Wednesday
afternoon or evening or Sunday mornings. It is up to all of us to encourage the importance of
Religious Education in our community.
Please check the website for meetings and Announcements. For more information please call
OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS
Registration information leading toward placement at Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic
School for September 2013 is now available at the school. Interested parents seeking admission for
their children in grades K-8 in Southampton and Pre-school for three and four year olds are
encouraged to call the school at 283-9140 to arrange an interview and tour of the school.
Catholic Schools Week will be celebrated at OLH beginning with the annual Pancake Breakfast on
Sunday, January 27. Events during the week will include Grandparents’ Day, the Oratorical Contest,
school liturgy and open house. Details will be available during the first week of January.
EDUCATION
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE REGISTERED AT SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS AND MARY. REGISTRATION
FORMS ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING THE PARISH OFFICE AT 283-0097.
Mark Your Calendars :: Parish Lenten Mission with
Msgr. Jim Vlaun, Fr. Mike Vetrano, and guests on
March 11-13, 2013
A Break from the Madness (March or
otherwise!): Finding the Joy, Hope, and
the Peace of God's Love Amidst Life's Turbulent Times
Music at the Basilica Series
Our music at the Basilica series continues this winter and
spring. Currently on our schedule are:
Saturday April 13 — Soprano Ashley Bell and Pianist
Chao Liao
April 14— Save the date for our Annual Angel Tea. Please join us at
2:30 PM in the Parish Hall auditorium for an afternoon tea, sandwiches,
desserts, raffles, and spiritual fun for men & women of all ages.
Our Young Peoples Concert A program of popular and traditional music featuring the
talents of our young vocalists and instrumentalists who are part of our Family Mass
Choir.
June 29 — Saint Agnes Cathedral Choir We welcome Michael Wustrow, director and
organist, and the choir of our diocesan cathedral in Rockville Centre.
Concerts are added frequently. Please check our website: www.shjmbasilica.org
Upcoming Events
It was the Jesuit theologian Pierre Teilhard de Chardin who reminded us that Joy is the
infallible sign of the presence of God! Our mission this year will focus on how
Christians can find that joy, even in the difficulties and struggles of life. Joy, Hope, and
Peace can not only bring us happiness but is also the foundation for the ministries of the
church. St. Francis told his followers to Preach the gospel always! Use words only if
necessary! He understood that the gifts of the spiritual life are meant to be shared!
Plan to be with us for this Lenten mission.
Catholic Ministries Appeal—Almost to our Goal!
Keeping Our History
As we celebrate the first year of the dedication of SHJM as a basilica I invite everyone
to take a trip into their attics and photo albums! We would like to compile a history of
our parish through stories, pictures, news clippings, announcements, and even video.
If you have and memorable images or reminders from our history please share them
with us. You may dedicate them to our archive or simply have us copy and return the
item to you. Who knows! Maybe you have a old movie clip that will remind us all of
part of SHJM history. For information contact Fr. Mike or Gina Arresta at the rectory.
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and
Joseph
December 30, 2012
Beloved, we are God’s children now;
what we shall be has not yet been
revealed.
— 1 John 3:2a
“Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love.” Pope John Paul II
Please join us in an hour of
Eucharistic Adoration
Each Friday directly following the noon Mass
12:30-1:30 PM
“Come to Me all of you who are weary and find life
burdensome and I will refresh you…” “Cast all your
anxieties upon the One who cares for you…”
“My peace is my gift to you…” (Mt 11:28; 5:7, Jn 14:17)
CMA and Parish History Project
With just a few short weeks ago our Catholic Ministries Appeal total stands at $47,080, just a few
contributors short of our goal of $54,200! We began December at just a little over $45,000 but
some generous contributions have brought us close to our goal. The CMA is important to our diocese because it funds much needed programs in Catholic Charities, the education of new Priests
and Deacons, and support for our schools. It is important to our parish because when we reach our
goal we earn a substantial rebate to use right here in our own ministries. Making our goal this year
will bring more than $10,000 back here to Sacred Hearts. Could you be the one to put us over the
top with a generous Christmas gift to the appeal? Make a contribution today and help us reach our
goal!
CHRISTMAS FLOWER DONATIONS
In Loving Memory of
Given by:
Harry Baskin
Neknez, Alloro & Auci Familes
Frances Arresta
RoseMarie Casiole
Kevin Michael Sidor
Daniel & Agatha Cumby
The Cavallaro Family
Muller Family
Joseph Moffa
Lillian Safos
William McMahon
John A. Markovich, Ann P. Markovich, John Markowich
Joan Kiernan
John & Roma Leasne, Robert & Virginia Murphy
Mr. & Mrs. R. Archer, Mr. & Mrs. J. Perrots
William T. Mahoney
Charles & Ann Hausman
Sr. Jackie Walsh
John & June Muller
William T. Calvert
Joan Kiernan
Fred & Ethel Weinfurt
Justin & Marg McCarthy
Mr. & Mrs. Ted Bohner
Eleanor Kagel
Susan B.
John Delury, Nellie Delury & Donald May
Joe Butler
Our Parents
Christopher Jordan III
Patrick & Betty Cumby
Tony Stark and Ralph Stark
Susan B.
Susan B.
Deceased members of the Duggan & Gilmartin Families
Rose & Charles Boyle
The Comparetto Family
Herbert, Hull & Frankenbach families
Mary Fiore, Peter Barnaby, Albina & Guiseppe Gasparri
Flora & Stanley Murn, Edna & Roy Peterson
Kupidloski & Stubelek families
Gulija & Zorko Families
Charles A. Enne, Marie & Gordon Williams, Deceased Members
Of the Enne, Tietjen & Bourquin Families
Mottern & Vinci Familes
The Lynch & Emilita families
Margaret Z & Lloyd C. Taylor
Cynthia Arresta Agate
Smrcka and Wagenseil families
Ann & John Robertson
Carol Zuhusky, Matthew Coleman, Dorothy Routh, Carin Routh
T.A. Wise, Carol O’Niel
Flounder
Jack Hurley
The Maginsky, Linton, & Curran families
Diauto-Purrazzella Family
Ann & Al Pagliara
Tim Legg Jr.
Father Trench
Anthony & Anna Ianacone
Hanlon & Fannon Familes
Keith Bernard Chisholm
Grace White & the intentions of Harry White
Stephanie & Peter Danowski
Anne Manley & Margaret Taylor
His wife, Miriam
John & Nina Neknez
The Arresta Family
Theresa Alegria
Mommy
Mr. & Mrs. Mark McClain
Turid Cavallaro
Arthur Muller
Ken Moffa
Richard & Gloria Reilly
Mary McMahon
Joseph B. Markovich
Theresa Kiernan
Janis L. Murphy
their family
Mahoney Family
James & Noreen McCulley
Mary Lynch & family
their family
Kerry Calvert
Ann LaWall
Fred J. Weinfurt
Justin McCarthy
Robert Bohner
Charlene Kagel
Charlie
Matthew & Mary May
his wife, Connie
Don & Jackie Denis
Peg & Pat Jordan
Patricia Abbey
Polly Stark
Samantha
Lauren
The Duggan Family
Sr. Mary Assunta
Comparetto Family
The family
Their family
Barbara & Ron Peterson
John & Tina Kupidloski
Gulija Family
Patricia Enne
FOR SPECIAL INTENTIONS:
Susan Adelante
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Fanning
Mark E. , Charlie & Theodore Thomas Enne
Charles & Giovanna Mottern
Tim & Joan Lynch
Doris M. Taylor
Gina & Lou Arresta
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Smrcka
Bruce Robertson
Wendy Routh
Samantha Brenner
Irene Hurley
Mr. & Mrs. John Maginsky
Dr & Mrs. Purrazzella
Terri Wasserman
Letcher Johnson
Margaret Ianacone
Mary Anne & Jack Hanlon
John & Cara Chisholm
their family
Jack & Joanne Taggart
Patrick & Mary Manley
mother & grandmother, Patricia Anne Enne
Masses for the Feast of Mary, Mother of God—January 1st
Holy Day of Obligation
December 31st—Vigil—5 PM—Father Vetrano
January 1st—
8 AM—Msgr. Gill
12 Noon—Father Dahm
WE PRAY FOR OUR BELOVED SICK
Winnie Chin
John Bishop
Jeff Grattan
Grace McNamara
Robert O’Shea
Gene Travers, Jr.
Gerard Murphy
Suzanne Parillo Louis Parillo
Jean Kearns
Gwendolyn Porter
John Cuccia, Sr.
Eileen Finlay
Annie Murphy
Daniel Sheerin
Stan Witkowski
Anne O’Brien
Anna Norsic
Susan McLane Gioscia
ALEXANDER MICHAEL WEGMAN
Join the Choirs
Here at the Basilica we are developing a music program for each
of our parish masses. We would love to use your talents as a
vocalist, leader of song, or instrumentalist to build a strong program of music for all our ministries. Why not make it a New
Year’s resolution to become an active part of our parish music program. For more information contact Jo Ann Morse, our parish music director, [email protected]
PARISH PROGRAMS
FRANCISCANS
The Secular Franciscans meet on the third Sunday of the month, after the 11 AM mass in the Parish
Center. Would you like to know what we are all about? Please come to our meeting. Bring a bag lunch
and we will supply the coffee.
BIBLE STUDY
Bible Study Group meets on Tuesdays at 1 PM in the upper meeting room of the Parish Center. All are welcome!
SPIRITUAL BOOK GROUP
The Spiritual Book Group has resumed . Meetings are Tuesdays at 1 PM in Room 1 of the Parish
Center. New members are always welcome.
PARISH LIFE
WELCOME: The Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary welcomes the
following newly baptized infant with joy:
Knights of Columbus
Southampton Council #1967
Are sponsoring a free bus to
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
New York City
January 20, 2013
Annual Pro Life Mass
Archbishop Timothy Dolan
Presider
Mass 10:15 AM
Bus leaves Basilica of Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary parking lot at 6:45 AM
St. Rosalie’s at 7:15 AM
Contact: Bob Shearn 728-3025 for more information or to register.
Seats are very limited. Leave name and phone number and number in party
Bag lunch served on return trip—Good will offering
Southampton Fire Department
Blood Drive
HAMPTON ROAD FIRE HOUSE
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
12 NOON – 7:15 PM
Contact: Jim Frankenbach @ 283-2431
Please have ID and drink lots of fluids before donating!
GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE
GIVE THE GIFT OF LOVE
GIVE BLOOD
THE HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY
AND JOSEPH
KID’S PAGE
DECEMBER 30, 2012
HAPPY AND BLESSED NEW YEAR!!
Feliz Año Nuevo: De parte de nuestro párroco, Padre Miguel,
todos los sacerdotes y los líderes laicos queremos desearles un
próspero Año Nuevo. Que Dios les bendiga en este año.
Permanecemos con Dios - Hoy las lecturas contienen historias
parecidas de niños en el templo. Desde su infancia, Samuel es
llevado por su madre, Ana, a vivir en la casa del Señor.
Después de tres días, Jesús es encontrado por María, en el
templo, entre los doctores: Él tiene que ocuparse de los asuntos
de su Padre.Juan nos llama "hijos de Dios". Éste es un día
apropiado para dedicar nuestras familias al Señor.By María Dolores
Martínez, from Liturgia y Canción 2010, © 2009, OCP. All rights reserved.
Rincón de Información
APOSTOLADO HISPANO
La Sagrada Familia, Año C. Ilustración, © 2000 K. Sullivan. Printed from
www.Liturgy.com
Llegar a la edad de ser responsable - El Evangelio
narra la historia de cuando Jesús cumplió 12 años, su
bar mitzvah. Como todos los niños judíos, Jesús
ocupó un sitio de adulto entre los maestros de la Ley
en el templo. Él aceptó la responsabilidad de sus
actos ante Dios y su familia. José y María lo
buscaron ansiosamente; su respuesta llegó de una
madurez que ellos no comprendían. Así como Ana
cedió a Samuel al Señor, y José y María criaron a
Jesús para Dios, nosotros nos hacemos hijos del
Santo para crecer en sabiduría y en gracia ante Dios y
la gente.Texto: Philip J. Sandstrom, STD © 2000, OCP.
Derechos reservados.
El Carácter Sagrado de la familia - Obediencia al
Padre -Hay un diálogo entre Cristo y sus padres, para
decirles que por encima del padre y de la madre de la
tierra, hay un Padre de los cielos, cuya voluntad tiene
que hacer todo miembro de familia. El joven no tiene
que ser manipulado ni por su papá ni por su mamá,
cuando se trata de la voluntad del Padre que está en
los cielos. "Hijo -le dice la Virgen a Jesús-, ¿Por qué
lo has hecho así?" Y Cristo, con toda la ternura de un
hijo, pero también con la valentía de un hijo de Dios,
le dice: "¿Por qué me buscabais?, ¿no sabíais que
debía de ocuparme de las cosas de mi Padre?". Todo
hombre tiene que decir esta realidad. Si es cierto que
hay un amor muy grande entre los esposos, amor
hasta la muerte, santificado por Dios, debe estar
siempre subordinado al querer de Dios. La Ley de
Dios por encima de todo.Tomado de la Homilía de Mons.
Oscar Romero, 30 de diciembre de 1979
Intenciones del Papa para Diciembre
General: Para que los migrantes sean acogidos en
todo el mundo con generosidad y amor
auténtico,especialmente por las comunidades
cristianas.
Misionera: Para que Cristo se revele a toda la
humanidad con la luz que emana de Belén y se
refleja en el rostro de la Iglesia.
Misas en Español para el Año Nuevo
Lunes, el 31 de Diciembre
7:00 PM – East Hampton – Misa
7:00 PM – Riverhead - Misa
9:30 PM – Southampton - Misa
Martes, 1º de Enero
6:00 PM – Greenport – Misa
El Asesor de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas
En el Apostolado Hispano el jueves, 10 de enero, de las
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Curso Pre-Bautismal
Domingo, 30 de diciembre, a la 1:30 PM en el
Apostolado Hispano o a las 5 PM en la iglesia en East
Hampton. Favor de llevar la copia del acta de
nacimiento del niño.
Comunidad de Oración para Adultos y Familias
Los martesa las 7:30 PM en la iglesia
Horas de Oficina en el Apostolado Hispano
Martes, miércoles, jueves y viernes de las 2-4 PM.
Seguro de Salud para Niños
La representante de Fidelis Care, Konny Tapias, está
en el Apostolado Hispano los miércoles de las 10 – 3.
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.
Traiga consigo el acto de nacimiento del niño.
Padrinos: Debe escoger a los padrinos conscientes de
los requisitos. Los padrinos tienen que haber recibido
sus tres sacramentos de iniciación (Bautismo, Primera
Comunión y confirmación) y deben poder comulgar, es
decir no deben estar viviendo en unión libre o casados
por civil nada más, El padrino (madrina) debe ser un
(a) soltero(a) o debe ser casado por la iglesia.
Permisos: Si viven afuera de la zona servida por el
Apostolado Hispano, necesitan una carta de su párroco.
Padre Esteban:Cel: 631-375-1001; Fax: 631-287-0986
Apostolado Hispano: 631-283-4379

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