101-41 91st Street, Ozone Park, New York, 11416
Tel: 718.845.3691 • Fax: 718.845.8978
Email: [email protected]
Fr. Paul C. Palmiotto, Pastor
Rev. Charles Fermeglia, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Andrzej Salwowski, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Reinaldo Saldarriaga, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Angelo B. Pezzullo, Retired & In Residence
Deacon Andrew A. Marchello, Retired
Deacon Edward J. Guster, Jr.
Mrs. Elizabeth Perretta, Religious Education Director
Michael Zabrocki, Director of Music Ministry
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church
Sunday Masses: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM (Italian), 10:30 AM
12:00 PM, 1:30 PM (Filipino 3rd Sunday of ea. month) & 6:30 PM
Daily Mass: 7:00 AM, 8:00 & 9:00 AM
Saturday Mass: 9:00 AM • Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30 PM, 7:00 PM (Spanish)
Holy Days of Obligation: As announced in the bulletin
St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Church
Location-Rockaway Bld. & 88th St.
Sunday Masses: 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM (Polish)
& 12:30 PM
Daily 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM & 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday by appointment only
We celebrate this sacrament on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month at Nativity and the 2nd & 3rd Sundays at St. Stanislaus
(must have original birth certificate an must be a parishioners (receive envelopes for at least 6months).
Please call the Rectory to make arrangements.
Parishioners who are intending to marry must contact the Rectory at least six months before the date on
which they wish to marry to begin their pre-marital preparation for this sacred event in their lives.
This Sacrament is offered every Saturday from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Nativity only.
For confession at other times please contact one of the priests, for an appointment.
Please notify a priest whenever anyone is seriously ill and wishes to receive this special sacrament.
Anyone can receive this sacrament on the First Saturday of each month during the 9:00 AM Mass at Nativity BVM
This office provides for the Religious formation, and also the sacramental preparation for children of our parish who
wish to receive First Penance, First Eucharist and Confirmation must be a parishioner (receive envelopes.)
To register or for any further information, please call the Religious Education Director (718-845-1524).
Divine Mercy Catholic Academy
101-60 92nd Street, Ozone Park, NY 11416
Tel: 718-845-3074 • Fax: 718-845-5068
Sister Francis Marie, C.S.F.N., Principal
Mary Romanello, Secretary, Ext. 3
Mission Statement:
The Parish of Nativity of the BVM –St. Stanislaus B&M is a
community of diverse cultures and backgrounds. Our
purpose is to evangelize and to provide a home for all
who seek to deepen their Faith . We will continue to respect
our cultural traditions while responding to the changing needs
of our community.
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Saturday, October 26th–
Jan Rzadzki
By wife & children
Catherina Palaia
By Feis family
Maryanne Arenella
By family
Jorge Alfredo
By sister & mother
Sunday, October 27th– Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Intentions of the Priests
Carmela & Giuseppe LoGuidice
By daughter of family
Boes family
By Ed & Violet
Eugene Burns
By Rose Palmiotto
Donald Carey
By wife
Monday, October 28th7:00am
Intentions of the Priests
Marion Rowan
By Haven & Louise Hobbs
Intentions of the Priests
Tuesday, October 29th–
7:00 am
Intentions of the Priests
Intentions of the Priests
Intentions of the Priests
Wednesday, October 30th7:00am
Fr. Angelo Pezzullo
By parish
Intentions of the Priests
Mary Perro
By nephew Charlie
Thursday, October 31st7:00am
Intentions of the Priests
Intentions of the Priests
Marion Marchello
By son Charlie
Vigil Mass
Friday, November 1st– All Saints Day
Intentions of the Priests
Phil Vecchione
By MaryAnn & Danny Sullivan
Deceased Members
Saturday, November 2nd– All Souls’ Day
Aniela & Antoni Kula
By Jozefa & family
Deceased Members of Galioto, Hobbs, &
Buonocore families
By Hobbs family
Antonio Catapano
By family
Mercedes Cuenca & Santiago Dutan
By Miriam Dutan
Sunday, November 3rd– Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
Intentions of the Priests
Daniele Dittilo
By wife & children
Frances & Anthony Orisci
By daughter Patricia
Robert Roffler
By Angela Barillaro & family
Thomas J. Bermingham (Happy Birthday!)
By wife & children
St Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr
Sunday, October 27th– Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Aniela & Wladyslaw Wajcik
By daughter
Maria & Tadeusz Dworniczak
(35th Wedding Anniversary)
Blessed Birthday Arianna Martuscello
By Grandma & Aunt Barbara
Sunday, November 3rd– Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Ann Muszynski
By daughter
Chorych czlonkow
Tadeusz Komonski
By friend Daniela
Collection for the weekend of
October 19th & 20th
Nativity Church
9.00 am
St Stanislaus Church
$ 1,614
Lottery Money Calendars
By Knights of Columbus
Fundraiser allows the Knights to continue
their charitable efforts.
Each calendar has a three digit number inside. The numbers run from 000-999. The
winning numbers are based upon the New
York Lottery Evening Number only. No
combinations. The money prizes are from
$20 to $500 everyday of the year except
Christmas day. That is 364 chances to win.
For more details and to earn about the Bonus
feature pick up a flyer in the back of the
church or call Jim Monforte
@646-610-3546. Great Gift Idea.
The Sick of Our Parish
Tara Sanfillipo
John Moretto
Alexander Brook
John Croce
Anthony Madonna
Autilia Polisi
Angela Barillaro
Anthony Cappiello
Virginia Conti
William Sepe
Gladys Helguero
Adele Milano
Nicole Carlino
Mary Kiely
Anne Zaremski
Joseph Kellen
Desirene Gomez
Anne Liotta
Concetta Grabowski
Patricia Popik
Vito Vendegna
Haven Hobbs
Marie Costigliola
Emily Gargiulo
Marianne Puglia
Alfonsina Miller
Mary Kinsky
Stella Viscardi
Mary Maletta
Barbara Martuscello
Eleanor Martuscello
Anthony Marsicano
Elizabeth Smith
Cecylia Frankowska
Linda Greco
Zabawa Andrzejkowa
Stowarzyszenie Najswietszego Serca Pana Jezusa
oganizuje w Sali pod kosciolem
Sw. Stanislawa Biskupa i Meczennika
przy 88-10 102Ave Ozone Park, NY
Zabawa odbedzie sie w
Sobote 23 Listopada w godzinach 8PM do 1AM
Do tanca bedzie grac wspaniala orkiestra ―SYGNAL‖
Serwujemy goracy obiad, kawe, i ciasto
w cenie biletu $40 od osoby
Serdecznie Wszystkich Zapraszamy!
O Bilety prosimy kontakt z:
Pani Cwilka: 718-738-6147
Pani Kula: 718-843-6482
Family, Marriage and Individual Therapy
Provided by New York State licensed therapists and
are available to our parishioners and 149 other parishes. This program under the direction of Dr.
George Giuliani, has been conducted in the diocese
for the past 40 years for the convenience of Parishioners. It is provided by the Catholic Counseling Center,
a proprietary professional corporation , which is independent of and not controlled or supervised by the
parish or diocese. Most insurance policies including
Medicare are honored. For confidential information
and appointments, please call Dr. Giuliani at the Catholic Counseling Center at (631) 243-2503 or go to our
websites at:
Many thanks to the fine young men of the Squires for last
Sunday’s breakfast in the Nativity Hall.
The Squires are open to new members.
We are a group of Catholic young men ages 10 to 17 who
seek to serve and have fun.
If you are interested, please contact:
Steve at (718) 551-2333 (or)
Jim at (646) 610-3546.
(photo credits to Jennie Stuart)
Ed Szarek
Anne Marie Vayda
Isha Omrow
Mary Ann Franzese
Freida Pastore
Wailani Torres
Karina Puleo
Mario LoMonaco
Christian Burials
Charles J. Caruso, Anton Runko,
Alphonse Addonisio, Arnold Ragano
We will begin saying the ROSARY daily starting
October 1st at 8:40am Mon. – Sat.
The Holy Rosary will also be celebrated every
evening during the month of October
Mon.-Sat. 7pm at St. Stanislaus Church.
All Lectors and Extra-Ordinary Ministers of Holy
Communion: please pick up the schedule for
November after mass this weekend.
Thank You and God Bless You!
Nativity-St. Stanislaus Seniors
Atlantic City Trip
December 30th bus leaves 8:45am
Holiday Party on December 20th, Russo on the Bay
$35 for members, $40 for non-members
$45 at the door if space available
Call Joe Caruana for more information at
2013 Annual Catholic Appeal
Nativity of the BVM/St. Stanislaus B&M is once
again please to participate in the Brooklyn diocesan
Annual Catholic Appeal.
Our goal for this year is $58,850.
To date our Parish has achieved :
Pledged $57,035– 96.92%
Received $52,637– 89.44%
Donors 285 –12.93% of Parishioners
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The Bridge to Life, Inc. has a shortage of winter clothes and
jackets in boys & girls sizes: 3, 4, & 5 as well as infant boys
sizes 0-3 & 3-6 (no newborn).
Send donations to our Flushing office.
Thank you for all of your help.
Telephone: 718-463-1810:
Tues. to Fri. 11:30 to 4:30; Sat. 9:30 to 12:30.
Volunteer to be a homework helper, a sight seeing guide
or assist with physical therapy for a teenage orphan girl.
We have a very generous host family from Our Lady of
Lourdes parish in Malverne, hosting a 17 year old girl
from an Ethiopian orphanage who is here for medical
Etetu is rapidly learning English, but she still struggles
with her school work in Math, Science, and Social Studies.
The host mom: Rosemary, has also been very generous in
paying for physical therapy out of her own pocket, but if
there is a generous minded physical therapist, she could
use some donated hours!!
The family could also use a break from time to time on the
weekends if you can take Etetu to the movies, bowling, the
mall, museums etc.
pleases email: [email protected] or call:
631-423-5012 and leave your name and phone number. If
you can spare even a few hours once in a while to assist
this incredible host family, it would very much be
appreciated.** Please note that any hours donated can
receive a letter for community service hours, if needed.
To be held at St. Elizabeth’s Church,
94-20 85th Street, in the rectory basement
(enter through the passageway to the right of the rectory front door)
Beginning in September 2013-1:30-2:30pm, on the fourth
Sunday of each Month.
Oct. 27th-Nov. 24thDec.22nd-Jan 26th-Feb. 23rd
March 23rd-April 27th-May 25th
and final June 22nd.
For more information call Sister Jareth
at 718-296-4900
Hosting a Ladies Night Out
On Friday Nov. 8th
Nativity Church Hall at 7pm
Tickets $20 per person
Table of ten—$150 (in advance only)
Includes: dinner, dessert, soft drinks
For tickets please contact
Annette Curran: 718-843-1046
Patricia: 718-835-6853
Affordable Care Act
Assembly Mike Miller, Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, and
State Senator Joe Addabbo
present an informational event regarding the
Affordable Care Act
On Saturday November 2, 2013 at 12pm,
Shepherd’s House Open Bible Church
Located at 89–12 101st Ave Ozone Park, NY 11416
There will be many topics covered including:
How do I enroll?
What is the cost?
What types of health plans are available?
Healing Mass
Will take place on
Thursday October 31st at 7:30pm
Flea Market
Nativity Church Hall
Sunday Nov. 24th, 2013
9AM - 4PM
*****Come Early*****Stay Late*****
Rain or Shine—Snack Bar—Bargains
Anything from clothing, to antiques, coins, jewelry, toy,
books, pet stuff, DVDs, household items, and more
Raffle tickets to win $25 Pathmark Gift Certificate
For table Rental Call: Marge Colace (718) 843-4680
Amerykanska Czestochowa
Stowarzyszenie Serca Jezus organizuje wycieczke do
Ameikanskiej Czestochowy
W Niedziele 3 Listopada 2013
Odjazd autobusu z Rockaway Blvd. i 89 St
O godz. 7:45AM
Bilety $35 od osoby
Serdecznie wszystkich zapraszamy.
Prosimy o zgloszenie do:
Helena Cwilka - Jozefa Kula - Maria Malyszko
Defensive Driving Class
Save 10% on auto insurance
4 point reduction on Driving Record 6 hour class
Where: Divine Mercy Catholic Academy School
101-60 92nd Street Ozone Park, NY 11416
When: Saturday, November 2nd
Time: 9:30 am
Cost: $45 per person
Cash or Money Order (Payable to Divine Mercy)
Pleases bring Drivers License
Call (718) 845-3074 ext.3 or
drop by school on school days 8am– 3pm
Fall Open House
November 17, 2013
Molloy College
Rockville Centre,
(516) 323-4000
Diocesan Lenten Pilgrimage
To the Holy Land
March 25th—April 3rd 2014
Msgr. McGuirl,
Msgr. Harrington, Fr. Vassalotti,
Fr. Sweeney, Chaplains
For a Brochure call: Lucille
ext. 208.
[email protected]
Free Hearing Aid help, as well as, Speech and
Hearing Screening
The St. John’s University Speech and Hearing Center will be
offering Hearing Aid help from September 16, through December 12, 2013. This is a Free service and is available for anyone
who has a hearing aid and may be experiencing some difficulty
caring for it and using it. Please call the center at 718-9906480 to schedule an appointment. The Speech and Hearing Center is located at 152-11 Union Tpke. Flushing .
In addition the Center will be offering Free Speech and Hearing
screenings for the same period , please call the above number
for an appointment.
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Carnival Fair & Holiday Boutique
DMCA will be having a Carnival Fair & Holiday
Boutique on Sunday, November 10th from 10:00 6:00. If you are interested in renting a table please
e-mail: [email protected] or
Call: 718-845-3074 ext 3
Cathedral Prep Seminary High School
56-25 92nd Street– Elmhurst, NY 11373
Middle States & New York Board of Regents
accredited , Cathedral is listed on the National Catholic High
School Honor Roll. Offering a
highly-intense, personalized academic program in an environment
where each man is known &
challenged to become “a man for greatness.”
Open to all Catholic Boys.
Open House
Wednesday, November, 6th, 6pm-9pm
The Bridge to Life, Inc.
The Bridge to Life, Inc. is in need of volunteers to
include a CPA and those with computer skills to assist with our website. If you or someone you know is
able to volunteer part time,
please contact us at 718-463-1810
Tues.– Fri. 11:30AM to 4:30PM,
Saturday 9:30AM to 12:30AM or email us:
[email protected]
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Reflexion 10 – 26 2013
Que significa Jesús en mi vida personal y como puedo hacerlo presente en mi.
Evangelio de Lucas 9, 18-24: Es fácil expresar lo que los demás pueden decir de Jesús, pero Él nos hace una pregunta
directa a cada uno de nosotros: ―¿Quién decís que soy yo?‖. ¿Quién es Jesús de Nazaret para nosotros? Tal vez en
nuestra mente resuenen esas enseñanzas que hemos recibido cuando nos preparábamos para la primera comunión. Como Pedro podemos decir que Jesús es el Hijo de Dios, el Enviado del Padre, el Mesías, El Salvador, el que nos libera
de nuestros pecados y esclavitudes. El definir a Jesús de Nazaret teóricamente no significa que sea algo o alguien en
nuestra vida. Su conocimiento teórico no nos hace discípulos suyos. Jesús nos dice que solo aquellos que cumplen la
voluntad del Padre, son su madre y sus hermanos. Esta voluntad del Padre, es expresada en un proyecto concreto que
Jesús nos los manifiesta a través de sus obras, ese proyecto se llama ―Reino de Dios‖. Entrar en el Reino del Padre
significa que debemos salir de algo que no es el Reino: salir de nuestro egoísmo, olvidarnos de nosotros mismos.
¿Quién es Jesús de Nazaret? Bueno para manifestar a Jesús y Confesar la fe en Él, tenemos una sola forma para hacerlo: amar a toda persona que se acerque a nosotros. Jesús de Nazaret vive en cada uno de nuestro prójimo, toda persona
humana más allá de su credo, raza o color, tiene una filiación inalienable que es la de ser ―Hijo de Dios‖, un Dios que
es Padre de todos, sin excluir a nadie. Como dice San Pablo: ―Ya no hay distinción entre judíos y gentiles, esclavos y
libres, hombres y mujeres, porque todos sois uno en Cristo Jesús‖ (Gal 3.2 Claro, San Pablo se refiere a los bautizados, pero hoy no podemos considerar a Jesús como exclusiva propiedad de los cristianos, sino de todos aquellos que
luchan por construir el bien, sea cual fuere su credo, están construyendo el Reino del Padre. Entonces ¿quién es Jesús
de Nazaret para nosotros? Deberíamos contestar como el profeta Isaías, aquel que nos ayuda a: ―Romper las cadenas
injustas, desatar las amarras del yugo, dejar libres a los oprimidos y romper toda clase de yugo‖ (Is. 58,6) y todas las
obras que podamos realizar para construir una vida más humana y digna para todos.
¿Quién es Jesús de Nazaret? Si revisamos lo que nos indica el evangelio de Lucas vemos que Pedro lo identifica como el Mesías, y efectivamente Jesús es el Mesías nuestro Salvador, Él vino a dar la vida por nosotros, así vemos que
ese Mesías que acaban de reconocerlo debe sufrir mucho, ser rechazado, entregado a la muerte, pero que finalmente
resucitará por y para la gloria de Dios. No se oculta en ningún momento de la realidad de la cruz y del padecimiento.
El seguidor de Jesús ha de saber aceptar y cargar la cruz. Al avanzar en el conocimiento del misterio de Jesús, nos
adentramos más en la dolorosa realidad de su destino, pues Él se dirige a un final que pasa por la muerte y la cruz.
Ser discípulos de Jesús implica tener clara conciencia de que la vida, con todo y sus gozos, también tiene sus duros
momentos; que el pecado que nos rodea y acompaña se mantiene presente en lo cotidiano. En medio de estas adversidades y alegrías, hay una certeza inconfundible: que Jesús resucitará, como ya lo hemos celebrado en Pascua, y con Él
también sus seguidores que no serán retenidos por la muerte, porque la Vida ha vencido
Vacation to Villa Roma Resort
The American Martyrs Church Seniors of Bayside would like to invite you to join them on a
week-Long trip to the Villa Roma Resort. Departure is on
Monday, November 11 and return on Friday, November 15th.
The rate per person which includes gratuities, is $360 for double occupancy and $480 for single
occupancy. Bus pickup at St. Helen’s can be arranged if there are enough people. The bus fee
will be determined by the total number of person on Board.
For additional details, call Rose at 718-776-4636 .
Franciscan Spirit Tours
Franciscan Spirit Tours is sponsoring a special pilgrimage to Rome and
Assisi for the
canonization of Blessed John Paul II and Blessed John XXIII. Proceeds
benefit the work of the Franciscans. For more information on this and
our other pilgrimages, please
contact Fransicscan Spirit Tours toll free at
1800-631-1128 or
1646-736-7964 (in New York City) or e-mail
[email protected]
Monday, October 21, 2013
12 noon Mass
Installation of New Members
Meeting follows in the Church Hall
Speaker from New York Fire Department

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