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

Comentarios

Transcripción

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
Deacon
Deacon
PARISH OFFICE:
676-0276
Fax
(516) 674-9137
BUSINESS OFFICE
674-8669
FAITH FORMATION
671-7223
MUSIC AND CHOIRS
676-0276
SOCIAL MINISTRY
676-5586
SPANISH MINISTRY
759-6039
The Very Rev’d Dom Gabriel Rach, Can. Reg.
Ms. Bernadette Heym
Fran Howlett
Director
Cantalicio Gamarra
Cantalicio Gamarra
Website:
saintpatrickparishglencove.org
EMail:
Parish office: [email protected]
Fr Daniel: [email protected]
Fr Gabriel: [email protected]
Fr Ambros: [email protected]
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 3, 2016
Mass Schedule
Weekdays
9:00 am
Saturday
9:00 am
4:30 pm (Sunday A nticipatory)
Sundays
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
Adoration
Saturday, July 2nd.
9:00 AM: Angela Mooney
4:30 PM: Collective Mass Intentions
Maura Kelly Kehew
Anthony Lucidi
Sunday, July 3rd.
7:45 AM: Emma Kabat
8:45 AM: Pro populo
10:15 AM: James D. Doran
11:30 AM: Edward Malloy
5:00 PM: Patricia Davis
Monday, July 4th.
9:00 AM: John & Katherine Magrino
Tuesday, July 5th.
9:00 AM: Frank Miceli
Wednesday, July 6th.
9:00 AM: Jacquelyn Schnitzer
Thursday, July 7th.
9:00 AM: Marie Meli
Friday, July 8th.
9:00 AM: Arthur Reddick
(Living - 90th Birthday)
Saturday, July 9th.
9:00 AM: Frank Fuggini
4:30 PM: Collective Mass Intentions
Pietro Lordi
Thomas F. Reilly
Sunday, July 10th.
7:45 AM: Jake Whitting
8:45 AM: Pro populo
10:15 AM: Mary Ann Rusnak
11:30 AM: Anthony Palmieri
5:00 PM: Christine Kucklinca
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
www.saintpatrickparishglencove.org. 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!
Cory Moran
The 2016
Mass book is open
for Masses
The offering is
$20.00
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. All donations can be dr opped off
at the Parish Office on 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,
Victoria Dobsovits, and Marty (Chiefy) Martinez..
Reflection- “The harvest is rich,” Jesus tells the seventy-two in today’s Gospel, “but the workers are
few.” The situation is the same today. How can I help with God’s harvest? Am I called into the field? Am I
one who could provide food, shelter or wages to those who toil in the fields of the Lord?
General Intercession for Mass- That as merciful stewards, we recognize the call to be of service to
all we encounter, we pray to the Lord .
Living Stewardship- We are grateful this week for all stewards who accept that mercy is not free. Rather it is paid for with effort, an effort that requires dedication and sacrifice; it requires doing things God’s
way, not our way.
Adoration Chapel
THE PARISH OFFICE
Will reopen on Tuesday,
July 5th at 10:00 am
Will be closed on Monday,
July 4th in observance of
WEEKLY OFFERINGS
June 26, 2016
Collection
$9,931.00
Actual Budget*
Healthy Parish**
$14,176.00
$18,000.00
Over/Under
-$4,245.00
-$8,069.00
* 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: Hosea 2:16.17b-18.21-22./ Ps 145(144):2-3.4-5.6-7.8-9./
Mt 9:18-26.
Tuesday: Hosea 8:4-7.11-13./ Ps 115(113B):3-4.5-6.7ab-8.9-10./
Mt 9:32-38.
Wed.:
Hosea 10:1-3.7-8.12./ Ps 105(104):2-3.4-5.6-7./ Mt 10:1-7.
Thursday: Hosea 11:1-4.8c-9./ Ps 80(79):2ac.3b.15-16./ Mt 10:7-15.
Friday:
Hosea 14:2-10./ Ps 51(50):3-4.8-9.12-13.14.17./
Mt 10:16-23.
Saturday: Is 6:1-8./ Ps 93(92):1ab.1c-2.5./ Mt 10:24-33.
Sunday: Deut 30:10-14./ Ps 69(68):14.17.30-31.33-34.36.37./
Coloss.1:15-20./ Lk 10:25-37
Independence Day
Thrift Shop
Closed for Renovation
All donations can be dropped
off at the Parish Office.
Mondays from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thank you
SUPER BONANZA RAFFLE
$25.00 Daily Prize Winners
June 26th—July 2nd
06/26
06/27
06/28
06/29
06/30
07/01
07/02
Jonathan S. Kavanagh
Barbara Roldan
Stephen Nemeth
Edward Heintz
Diane Gallo
Stephen Kreyer
Edward Sadowski
Congratulations to all the Winners!
Fr. Daniel’s Letter
Dear Brothers and Sisters!
Happy July 4th! Amidst fluttering flags and the wafting of tantalizing aromas from barbecuing victuals of
various descriptions, the summer – and its promises, whether attainable or not, of vacations and estival excitement –
begins now in earnest. Enjoy! Perhaps the era of Kate Smith belting out God Bless America as an acoustic icon of this
day has vanished, but hopefully songs still stir us a bit on this holiday. And perhaps none is more needed than America the Beautiful. More lofty than GBA, more singable than our peculiarly grand National Anthem,1 and more majestic
than the loveable and comfortable My Country ’Tis of Thee, the lyrics – the prayerful poetry of AtB B – utters, in the
midst of a paean to what America can be, the reminder and the prayer we need. Surpassing the “spacious skies” and
the “mountain majesties,” the second stanza (overlooking the dubious comment about pilgrims) says what we need:
“America, America! God mend thine every flaw, confirm thy soul in self-control, Thy liberty in law!” The third stanza builds
on this: “heroes . . . who more than self their country loved, and mercy more than life!” And can we not all together pray that
“all success be nobleness, and ev’ry gain divine”?
But for us to let God (and who else could do this?) “mend [our] every flaw”, we cannot shy away from looking at those flaws, even as we celebrate. And would that our celebration were untrammeled! But it isn’t. Would that
all we had to do on July 4th was revel in our freedoms. But that luxury is not ours. Vigilance and the at times soulcrushing sadness of confronting our flaws honestly make up true patriotism. Not that we are without hope – a Christian is never without hope – but that hope cannot dwell or function in an illusion separated from the realities confronting us. In fact, it is precisely the bringing of hope into the hopelessness of the world that is the duty and privilege of Christians.
The travesties of the Supreme Court’s action and inaction this week cannot be ignored, not only regarding its
massacre of life-and-freedom in striking down Texas’ abortion restrictions (doubly foul), but in its craven refusal to
hear the appeal of a pro-life family running pharmacies in Washington State, which has been battling bravely (how
brave am I in standing up for life?) since 2007 for its right not to have to sell abortion-inducing drugs! The Justices
(huzzah!) dissenting from the refusal – Alito, Roberts and Thomas – wrote: “This case is an ominous sign. If this is a sign
of how religious liberty claims will be treated in the years ahead, those who value religious freedom have cause for great concern….” If there is an issue – and one we can do something about - on our social and political horizon which comes
close to the supreme value of supporting and defending the pro-Life cause (which is the beginning of all social justice,
and the absence of which renders all those other good and needed strivings for justice hollow and false, and, of
course, doomed to ultimate failure), then is it not the consideration of the future makeup of the Supreme Court?
On a more beautiful, if also bittersweet, note, this past Wednesday, the 29th, the Solemnity of Saint Peter and
Paul, marked the 65th anniversary of the ordination to the priesthood of the Pope Emeritus2 Benedict XVI.
______________________
1 Am I, along with Miss Manners, one of the scant few who repudiate the now almost ubiquitous habit of clapping after the Star
-Spangled Banner? And – tangentially – isn’t it wonderful to watch how the Queen of England stands silent (for obvious but no
less laudable reasons) when God Save the Queen is sung? Less is more. And since I’ve mentioned this, my fourth favorite A (overall)
National Anthem, I note how GStQ(K)B has the trippiest text of all – not the first verse, which is grand enough, but the second: O
Lord our God arise, / Scatter her enemies, / And make them fall: / Confound their politics, / Frustrate their knavish [24] tricks, / On Thee
our hopes we fix: / God save us all. Wouldn’t you love to sing that?
A Sure – go ahead and guess the other three if you have nothing better to do. A bottle of Klosterneuburg wine is on offer for the
first correct answer – list the other three anthems in the proper order! Hint: none of them is still officially in use, although two of
the melodies are (but both with inferior (if perhaps, in one case, less objectionable) lyrics). You can choose the wine if you also
can name one of the three runners-up. No submissions accepted until after 6:00pm on Sunday – after the last Mass! I guess that
means I’m encouraging people to read this during the homily at the 5:00 Mass, but since I don’t think I’ll be the celebrant . . .
B Yes, shameless and imperfect imitation of (but the sincerest form of flattery for) DFW. And I don’t mean the airport. I guess
there’s a bottle of wine for this too, but the winner of one is excluded from winning the other, but one may enter both. Dependents of the Canonry of Saint Leopold may not enter the contest. But they never read this anyway.
2
That bizarre title! I cannot countenance the choice of it or its logical incoherence. But that’s a rant for another day.
Together with his brother, the young Josef Ratzinger, who was, I would dare to state, the finest theological mind of
this century and a peerless example of the powerful brilliance of what Western (and that is, of course, Catholic) culture could produce (whose like we shall not see again), prostrated himself on the floor of the Cathedral in Freising
to offer up his life, and rose a priest. Anyone who has ever read his words – either as a theologian or as pope – must
have had some experience of the pellucid, loving, profound and faithful vision of this gentle and most humble (what
is greater humility than stepping away from the Chair of Peter? What does not pale in comparison!) man.
A reminiscence of that day in his own words:
“We were more than forty candidates, who, at the solemn call on that radiant summer day, which I remember as the
high point in my life, responded ‘Adsum,’ Here I Am. We should not be superstitious; but, at the moment when the el
derly archbishop laid his hands on me, a little bird – perhaps a lark – flew up from the high altar in the cathedral and
trilled a little joyful song. And I could not but see in this a reassurance from on high, as if I heard the words, ‘This is
good, you are on the right way.’
Baptized on the same day he was born,3 the future Benedict speaks to us of the heart of what it is to be a
Christian:
“Idem velle, idem nolle – wanting the same things, rejecting the same things … He knows me by name. I am not just
some nameless being in the infinity of the universe. He knows me personally. Do I know him? The friendship that he
bestows upon me can only mean that I too try to know him better; that in Scriptures, in the sacraments, in prayer, in the
communion of saints, in the people who come to me, sent by Him, I try to come to know the Lord Himself more and
more… [In] friendship, my will grows together with His will, and His will becomes mine: This is how I become truly
myself.”
Here is a great and gentle wisdom, and a way to see how our friendship with the Lord is developing. Do I
want what He wants? Do I reject what He rejects? Do I know that I am not insignificant to Him? This is the cosmic terror of our age – that we are so small (a false conclusion foisted upon us by bad science) and meaningless. Do
I try to know Him better?
Might we all become truly ourselves, as Pope Benedict has done; might we all truly know the friendship the
Lord Jesus offers not only to future popes but to each and every one of us.
God bless, Fr Daniel
___________________________________
3 Would that parents today would have their children baptized sooner! The recent trend of waiting many months, sometimes
even years, shows a sad misunderstanding of the Sacrament and evinces a fundamentally confused ordering of priorities. That
the child be baptized is far more important that relatives come to see the baptisms (it works without their presence, and the
Baptism is about the child, not the relatives) or that there be a party (I’m all for parties – have many! But have the child baptized
first!) The Church urges the prompt baptism of children not out of a superstitious fear but because of the immense grace which
the Sacrament gives, a grace needed even from the very beginning of our lives. No one would say, “I’m not really going to feed
my child until the whole family can get together.” Also, a child of a very few weeks doesn’t cry as much at the baptism! Thus do
grace and nature work together.
Fr. Gabriel’s Letter
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
As you all know by now, this year has been a busy one at St Patrick. Some things, like the depigeonization of the church tower and the return of the bells, were very noticeable. Others, like our complete conversion to cheaper and cleaner natural gas, while not as flashy, were every bit as important to our
future.
Financially speaking, we were able to do these things through a combination of short-term diocesan loans,
fundraisers like the Beacon Music Series, and tapping into some of our meager cash reserves. My intention here is not to give you a full financial review at this time, but I would like you to know that, while our
financial position remains fragile, we are indeed (and finally) able to address projects like these while remaining afloat. That’s a great thing, and I thank you for your support for our parish that makes it all possible.
The year, however, is not yet over! As you know, the current state of the Hill, in particular the stretch
from Pearsall up to the back of the church, is less than smooth and in great need of repair. Every winter,
and the plowing that comes with it, does more and more damage, and this is becoming an urgent need.
A few weeks ago, Fr Daniel accepted a bid to repave this portion of the Hill. The good news is that despite all of these projects, the parish is still in the position, thanks in large part to the past mild winter and
the associated savings, to be able to write a $25,000 check for this improvement without putting massive
financial stress upon us, but...
I think you might know what is coming next. Yes, we can write this check right now, but I wasn’t being
dramatic when I said our cash position remains fragile. I would be far happier and more at ease if we
could raise most or all of this cost with your generous support and go into the winter with a bit more in the
tank (or rather in the account).
That being said, I would like to ask if you might consider donating something extra, specifically to help
defray the cost of this improvement?
There are two opportunities for you to help fund this much-needed and high-value project:
1) For the next month, you may make a donation at any time to this project via WeShare:
(https://saintpatrickparishglencove.weshareonline.org/PavingtheHill).
2) We will also have a 2nd collection on July 24th specifically for this project.
Thank you for your generosity, and enjoy your new driveway!
Fr Gabriel
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
St. Patrick Church
Religious Education Registration 2016/17 for new students is OPEN!
Forms are available at the Parish Office. Registrations received after August 15th
will incur a $15 late fee child. All children from grades 1-8 should register.
For more information call 516-671-7223.
Thank you
~ 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.
July 3: Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time - In the Gospel today we see how Jesus sent his Apostles out two by two. In
this spirit, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul members “go out two by two” to visit those who are poor and needy in their homes.
It is there, in the family setting, that Vincentians listen, offer humble advice, and render assistance. Know that the members of
the Society of St. Vincent de Paul bring your gift directly to the poor and suffering in our parish.
A child with asthma needs an air conditioner to help make breathing
EASIER IN THESE HOT HUMID MONTHS. A DONATION FROM YOU COULD BE LIFE
CHANGING FOR A CHILD IN NEED!!
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
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… (Even something as easy as putting a notice in the bulletin like this one each week helps)
Our Conference meets on the first Tuesday of the month.
Join us at our next meeting this week on Tuesday, July 5 at St. Rocco’s Parish Center, starting at 7:30 PM
We also connect on a spiritual level at every monthly meeting and each visit.
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
www.asrcatholic.org



Faith
Foundation
Future
Congratulations Class of 2016
All Saints Catholic School was
blessed with a beautiful day
for graduation. The Commencement Exercises took
place on Friday, June 17th.
We were grateful to have two
alumni participate in the ceremony, Melissa Lalonde sang
the National Anthem accompanied by Paul Elizalde on
the trumpet. Paul also played
the trumpet for the Processional and Recessional. Father Ambros Boyd led the ceremony with
the Invocation. Followed by an inspirational address to the graduates
from Father Elias Carr, Headmaster. Father Daniel Nash presented the
Chaplian’s Award to two deserving recipients, Maxwell Kramer and
Richard Thill. John Blazich, one of our graduates, gave a heart felt address on behalf of the graduating class. Mrs. Joanne Fitzgerald, Academic Dean, presented the candidates while Father Daniel Nash and
Father Elias Carr awarded the diplomas. After the diplomas were
awarded, Mrs. Fitzgerald led the students in the transposition of the
tassel. Richard Thill , one of our graduates, led his classmates in the
presentation to parents. Prior to graduation, each student wrote a personal letter to their parents, these letters were presented to the parents
at graduation along with a rose. The commencement concluded with a
Blessing from Father Gabriel. Congratulations to all of our students!
Free Before and After Care
A letter from one of our Graduates:
All Saints is offering free before and after care for the As I move on from All Saints to Chaminade, there are
going to be a lot of things I will miss about ASR. Howev2016-2017 school year.
er, the thing I will miss the most is the feeling of family
present throughout the school. All students know each

Free tutoring from certified teachers and aides
other, like brothers and sisters. However, this feeling
 Springboard for after school sport programs
isn’t only present throughout the students, but all with all
 Great opportunity to socialize with classmates.
the teachers and staff. ASR has done a great job of
 Snacks included
making me feel like family to the school, and that is what
I am going to miss the most about it.
Registration for the 2016-2017 is Ongoing
Contact Carol Filippone in our Registration Office at
516 676-0762 ext. 202
~ Richard Thill, 2016
St. Patrick’s Parish Theater Production
Summer 2016
Sponsorship Opportunities
______
______
______
______
______
Director
Playwright
Choreographer
Actor
Patron
Includes 6 tickets and a Full Page ad
Includes 4 tickets and a 1/2 Page ad
Includes 4 tickets
Includes 2 tickets
$1000
$750
$500
$250
$____
Program Ads
______
______
______
______
______
______
Back Cover
Inside Back Cover
Inside Front Cover
Full Page
1/2 Page
1/4 page
Approx. 5x8 in., color - Only one available
Approx. 5x8 in., color - Only one available
Approx. 5x8 in., color - Only one available
Approx. 5x8 in.
Approx. 5x8 in.
Approx. 5x8 in.
$500
$500
$500
$200
$100
$50
Please check the Sponsorship and/or Ad size you would like above and return with check to:
St Patrick’s RC Church, Attn: Godspell, 235 Glen St, Glen Cove, NY 11542
Or use the link below to pay by Credit Card:
https://saintpatrickparishglencove.weshareonline.org/GodspellSponsorships
Ad copy may be emailed to [email protected] or delivered to St Patrick’s Parish Office. If emailing, please put “Program Ad” in subject line.
Deadline: July 20, 2016
Name _________________________________________
Phone _________________
Amount enclosed ______________
Outreach - Food Pantry
St. Anastasia Church
There will be a Healing Mass on
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
7:00 PM Rosary, Mass & Healing Service
Celebrant: Fr. Augustine Fernando
For more information call: 718-631-4454
The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians
St. Dymphna Division 8, Glen Cove
Awarded its 2016 scholarship to
Isabella Hanley, gr anddaughter of LAOH
member Catherine Hanley
And
Tara McGillicuddy, daughter of LAOH member
Carolyn McGillicuddy.
Will be closed on
Tuesday, July 5th. and
will reopen on Thursday, July 7th.
Thank you
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.
Immigration Services Summer Schedule
July 11th & August 8th.
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm / John Paul II Room
Convent building.
Congratulations, Isabella and Tara!
Al Anon
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
John Paul II Room / Convent building.
At the Glen Cove Knights of Columbus Hall
7:00 pm Friday night
81 Sea Cliff Ave., Glen Cove
All proceeds go to charities.
2016 Morgan Park
Summer Music Festival- The 57th Season
Free Concerts in the Park at 7:30
July 3
Salute to America
July 31
Strawberry Fields
July 10
Young Performers in Concert
August 7
Faith Festival
Concert Pops of Long Island
2016 Talent Competition Winners
Katharine Brady, voice; Siobhan Esposito, piano
Dylan Wu, cello; Cici Fader, piano
plus Select Performers
followed by Glen Cove High School Select Chorale
July 17
Celebrating Sinatra at 100
Frank Sinatra Tribute featuring Jerry Costanzo
July 24
All Shook Up
Elvis Presley Tribute featuring Plaza Productions
Beatles Tribute
August 14
Blonds Have More Fun
Rod Stewart Tribute Featuring Rick Larrimore
August 21
The Dave Matthews Tribute Band
Featuring Big Eyed Phish
August 28 ** Concert to start at 6:00 pm
Second Annual MPSMF Folk Festival
Headliner: Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary
Featuring: Gathering Time
Matt Grabows, Don Bikoff, Bryce Larsen
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
www.asrcatholic.org



Fe
Fundamentos
Futuro
Felicitaciones a la Clase 2016
La Escuela Catolica de All
Saints fue bendecida con un
día hermoso para la graduacion. La ceremonia de graduacion se llevo a cabo el Viernes,
17 de Junio. Estuvimos muy
agradecidos de poder contar
con la participacion de dos ex
alumnos que participaron en
la ceremonia, Melissa Lalonde
que canto el Himno Nacional
acompanada por Paul Elizalde
en la trompeta. Paul tambien toco la trompeta para la marcha de entrada y
de salida. Padre Ambros Boyd inauguro la ceremonia con una Invocacion,
seguido del discurso para los graduados por parte de Padre Elías Carr,
Director. El Padre Daniel Nash otorgo el Premio “Chaplian” a dos destacados alumnos , Maxwell Kramer y Richard Thill. John Blazich, uno de nuestros graduados, dio un conmovedor discurso en nombre de la clase que se
graduo. La senora Joanne Fitzgerald, Decano Academico, presento a los
candidatos, mientras que el Padre Daniel y el Padre Elías otorgaban los
diplomas. Despues que se otorgaron los diplomas, la Sra. Fitzgerald dirigio
el cambio de la borla de los estudiantes. Richard Thill, uno de nuestros
graduados, presento a sus companeros de clase a sus padres. Antes de la
graduacion, cada estudiante escribio una carta personal a sus padres, las
cuales fueron presentadas a ellos en la graduacion junto con una rosa. La
ceremonia concluyo con la bendicion del Padre Gabriel.
Felicidades a todos nuestros estudiantes!
Gratis! Programa de cuidado antes y
después de clases
Todos los Santos está ofreciendo un programa de cuidado
de niños gratis antes y después de clases para el año escolar 2016 -2017.




Tutoría gratis por maestros y asistentes certificados.
Trampolín para los programas de deportes después de
la escuela.
Gran oportunidad de socializar con los compañeros de
clase.
Incluye golosinas.
La Registración para el periodo escolar 2016-2017
está abierta.
Contacte a Carol Filippone en nuestra Oficina de Registración 516-676-0762 ext. 202
Carta de uno de nuestros Graduados:
Van a haber muchas cosas que voy a recordar de ASR cuando vaya a estudiar a Chaminade. Sin embargo, lo que mas
voy a extranar es el sentimiento de familia que siempre hubo en la escuela. Todos los estudiantes nos conocíamos
como hermanos y hermanas . Sin embargo, este sentimiento no solo estara presente con los estudiantes , sino con todos los maestros y el personal. ASR hizo un buen trabajo
de hacerme sentir como en familia dentro de la escuela, y
eso es lo que voy a extranar mucho.
~Richard Thill, 2016
Isaías 66:10-14c
Gálatas 6:14-18
¿Te has puesto a observar a una
madre con su bebé? Si el bebé está
comiendo o sólo jugando, está feliz
en los brazos de su madre. Esa es la
imagen usada en la lectura de hoy
para decir a los israelitas lo feliz que serían
cuando Jerusalén sea restablecida. La ciudad
santa es como una madre. Ella sabe lo mucho que sufrieron en el exilio. Ahora ella los
confortará y los alimentará. También Dios los
confortará como una madre y una vez más
los envolverá con regalos.
Algunos de los cristianos de Galatea pensaban que tenían que
seguir todas las regulaciones del
Antiguo Testamento. Pablo les
dice que no tienen que seguir
leyes rituales, como por ejemplo la circuncisión. Ellos habían sido creados "nuevos" en
Jesucristo. Como Pablo, ellos debían confiar
en la cruz de Jesús y no ser jactanciosos sino
ser fieles al Señor.
Lucas 10:1-12, 17-20 o 10:1-9
Nos puede parecer que lo que dice Jesús en
esta lectura es algo muy serio. Y lo es. Lo
que más le interesa en el mundo es que la
gente entienda que el reino de Dios está cerca. Es por eso que envía a sus discípulos por
todo el mundo. La siembra (la gente que no
ha escuchado la buena nueva del evangelio)
está lista ahora mismo. Jesús manda a los
discípulos a ir rápido a la velocidad de la luz.
Ellos tienen que llevar su paz, su sanación y
proclamar el reino de Dios.
Las lecturas de hoy nos hablan de la alegría que provoca el ser portadores o receptores de la Buena Nueva de la salvación.
La Conferencia de
Aparecida nos enseña: “Jesús invita a todos a participar de su misión.
¡Que nadie se quede de brazos cruzados! Ser misionero es ser anunciador de Jesucristo con creatividad y audacia en todos los lugares donde
el Evangelio no ha sido suficientemente anunciado o acogido, en especial,
en los ambientes difíciles y olvidados y más allá de nuestras fronteras.
Seamos misioneros del Evangelio no solo con la palabra sino sobre todo
con nuestra propia vida, entregándola en el servicio, inclusive hasta el
martirio” (Mensaje Final 4).
Por: Mariano de
Blas |
Fuente:
Virtudes y valores.
Catholicnet
Que la vida es
breve, lo sabemos
todos; quizá los jóvenes se imaginan que sí
es larga, pero a la medida que pasan los años
va penetrando en la mente la irrefutable sensación de que los años pasan, vuelan y no
retornan.
Cuando una persona es abuelo por primera
vez, es agridulce sorpresa, dulce por el nieto,
agrio por lo de abuelo; pero... no hay más
remedio que aceptarlo.
Ante esta realidad de la brevedad de la vida,
muchos toman sus precauciones, se apresuran desde la juventud a sacarle jugo a la vida;
creen con fe ciega que esa es la mejor forma
de aprovechar la juventud; y en realidad hacen una sola cosa, dedicar los primeros años
de la vida a hacer infeliz el resto de ella, hacen alianza con el vicio: la botella, la droga, el
sexo, uno de ellos o los tres a la vez..., mejor
Patrona de Colombia.
Fiesta 9 de Julio
En el siglo XVI, los frailes dominicos evangelizaban el territorio colombiano. Un español,
Antonio de Santana, recibió la
encomienda de construir una
casa para la administración de
colonos e indígenas de la región de Chiquinquirá. En la
los tres que uno; se triplica el placer.
No es infrecuente en estos jóvenes la pereza
y el abandono en el estudio, la ligereza e
inmadurez en el amor con toda clase de experiencias y el abandono de los restos de fe y
valores morales de la infancia. La "ley", es el
"placer"; a más placer más vida. Si uno es
avanzado en años suele apresurarse aun más
que los jóvenes, porque piensa: ‘Estoy haciéndome viejo y no he disfrutado lo suficiente; comamos y bebamos, que mañana moriremos’, en el famoso adagio latino "Carpe
diem": "Sácale jugo a la vida"... Y dicho y
hecho, se dan prisa en apurar las copas, porque la fiesta se acaba.
Pero algunos piensan que la vida es demasiado breve para ser pequeña, para ser mediocre; ellos también tienen prisa, pero otra clase
de prisa y afán, y por eso, desde la misma
juventud ponen las bases para hacer constructivo el resto de esa vida. No esperan a ser
adultos para sentar cabeza y así: Aprietan en
el estudio, aunque les llamen mataditos; no
juegan con el amor, porque saben que se
queman; no dan un puntapié a sus valores
morales, porque saben que los necesitan. Si
hacienda debería haber también una capilla.
Los frailes consideraron que
en la capilla debería haber una
representación de la Virgen del
Rosario; un pintor la terminó y
en 1562 quedó instalada en la
capilla. En 1574 se abandonó
esa capilla y el cuadro quedó
abandonado y prácticamente
destruido por la humedad. En
1585 María Ramos decidió
restaurarlo, pero, aunque lo
situó en un lugar de honor y lo
limpió, estaba desdibujado y
dañado. Un día, Isabel, una
mujer indígena vio cómo el
cuadro brillaba y los colores se
habían restaurado milagrosamente. Desde entonces es
objeto de la devoción del pueblo colombiano.
al llegar a la madurez se percatan de que van
rezagados, aprietan el paso porque les queda
menos tiempo para hacer algo grande en este
mundo.
Y si han llegado a la tercera edad, y ven su
tarea bastante incumplida en esta vida, se
apresuran a hacer y completar lo que no hicieron en la juventud y en la madurez, porque
saben, porque ven que ya no tendrán más
tiempo y que, ahora o nunca.
Cuando llegan al final de la vida lo que se
dieron prisa en divertirse y nada más, y los
que se dieron prisa en cumplir su misión,
ambos, miran hacia atrás; uno para decirse
a sí mismo: ‘Más me valiera no haber nacido’, el otro para decir: ‘Valió la pena vivir’.
La vida es breve, para ti, para mi, para todos... ¿Cuál es tu prisa? ¿"Carpe diem" o
"aprovecha el tiempo" porque la vida es demasiado breve para ser mediocre.?
Si la vida es breve y además la maltratas,
eres un pobre hombre. Se vive una vez, se
cumplen quince años sólo una vez. Tu sabrás
lo que haces con esa pequeña vida.
COSTELLA & GORDON, LLP
Attorneys at Law / Abogados
ALL ACCIDENTS • PERSONAL INJURY CASES
(Home & Hospital Visits Available)
No Fee Unless We Are Successful
No Hay Cargos A Menos Que Seamos Exitosos
Accidentes de Autos y Todo Tipo de Vehiculos
• Muerte Injusta • Resbalones & Caidas
• Heridas en el Lugar de la Construcción
All Questions Answered Without Obligation
516-747-0377
1225 Franklin Ave., Suite 472
Garden City, NY 11530
Robert E. Friedman, DDS
Joseph A. Fioretti, DDS
General/Family • Cosmetic Dentistry
(516) 676-2550
1 School St. Glen Cove
Forest Avenue
Service Station
John Burke
All Major Repairs • NYS Inspections
199 Forest Ave., Locust Valley
671-3341 [email protected]
McLaughlin Kramer Megiel
Funeral Home Inc.
676-8600
220 Glen Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542
Anne L. Zohorsky, D.D.S.
John J Sheridan, Parishioner • Janice L. Megiel • James G. Megiel
GENERAL DENTISTRY
676-0906
Est. 1988
40 RAILROAD AVENUE, GLEN HEAD
WWW.ZOHORSKY.D.D.S.
StateFarm
FUEL OIL • HEATING
AIR CONDITIONING
GLEN COVE 676-2226
windsorfuelco.com
•Accidentes •Mala Práctica Médica
•Accidentes de Contrucción
•Compensación al Trabajador
•Inmigración •Bancarrota
• Discriminación Laboral
Hablamos Español
Oficinas Legales de
Michael A. Cervini, P.C.
37 Glen Street, Glen Cove
(646) 236-6000
NESTOR CHOPIN, CPA
Accounting & Tax Specialist for
Individuals and Small Businesses
Year Round Tax Prep Services
Se Habla Español
516-759-3400
404 Glen Cove Ave., Ste 202, Sea Clif
24 Hour - 7 Day Emergency Service
516-996-1001
Email: [email protected]
Buen Servicio, Buenos Precios!
Selection of International Foods!
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN!
Se Habla Español
210 Glen Street, Glen Cove
516.200.5777
Y30tGlen
á { |Street,
É Ç yGlen
É Ü Cove
ç É âÜ516-671-3737
y Ä É É Ü á á | ÇGlenFloors.com
v x D L FE
Fashion for your floors since 1932
30 Glen Street, Glen Cove
516-671-3737
GlenFloors.com
Sands Point
Bob Sztorc,AGENT
™
SE HABLÁ
ESPAÑOL
516.676.4141 62 SCHOOL STREET, GLEN COVE
Low Cost Auto & Home Insurance
NICK’S AIR
LAUNDROMAT
CONDITIONING
Hop Into Spring Cleaning...Comforters, car mats,
pillows, throw rugs, spring wardrobe, sneakers, swim wear,
beach towels, stuffed toys, hats, sleeping bag
“We return everything except the dirt”.
1 516-656-0573 Owner always available | Clean, Safe, Friendly
214 Glen Cove Ave ~ Glen Cove, NY (near CVS)
Dr. Robert C. Ferris
Specializing In Orthodontics
For Aduls & Children
674-4557
rferrisortho.com
1 School Street, Suite 304, Glen Cove
GRAZIOSE PLUMBING & HEATING, INC.
Authorized Humidex Installer
Residential - Commercial
Oil Burners - Gas Conversions - Sales & Installations
“Old World Craftsmanship
Minor Repairs - New Work- Alterations
with New Age Technology”
Emergency Service - Back Flow Testing &
92 S. Bayles Ave.,
Certification - Sewer & Water Connections
Pt. Washington, NY 11050
MASTERCARD- VISA - AMEX
516 767-0471
516-671-7254
Locust
Valley....................................................
www.SandsPointAutoBody.com
AUTO BODY, LTD.
(516) 277-2088
Please
Patronize
Our
Advertisers
In Brewer Yacht Yard
76 Shore Road, Glen Cove
Lunch / Dinner Daily ~ Sunday Brunch
• Catering for all occasions • Open year round
Wills • Trusts • Estates • Real Estate • Elder Law
Michael Coco, Attorney At Law
Member: New York State Bar Association
Nassau County Bar Association
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
759-2100
15 Glen Street, Glen Cove
michaelcocolaw.com
#254 FOR ADVERTISING: THE CHURCH BULLETIN INC., 200 DALE ST., W. BABYLON, NY 11704-1104 (631) 249-4994 • www.thechurchbulletininc.com

Documentos relacionados

7-31-16 - St. Patrick`s Catholic Church

7-31-16 - St. Patrick`s Catholic Church 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, ...

Más detalles

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

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

Más detalles