St. Anthony of Padua OUR MISSION

St. Anthony of Padua
ROMAN
CATHOLIC
CHURCH
2 0 C h e s h i r e P l a c e , E a s t N o r t h p o r t , N e w Yo r k 11731
November 9, 2014
OUR MISSION
Saint Anthony of Padua Parish is a welcoming, loving Catholic community,
centered in Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit.
PASTORAL STAFF
Rev. Monsignor Joseph Mirro, Pastor
261-1077 ext. 202
Rev. Robert J. Kline, Associate Pastor
261-1077 ext. 204
Rev. Vian NtegerejImana, Associate Pastor
261-1077 ext. 203
Rev. Innocent Amasiorah, Associate Pastor
261-1077 ext. 218
Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Cantley, STD
Robert Braun, Deacon
Br. Fran Rowles, OSF, Pastoral Associate
261-1077 ext. 207
Judy Corbellini, RCIA • 261-1179
Ann Finley, Adult Faith Formation
261-1077 ext. 208
Patricia Seibert, Coordinator of
Religious Education, 261-1306 ext. 226
Anne Giorgio, Administrator of
Religious Education, 261-1306 ext. 224
Karen Humphreys,
Parish Outreach Coordinator
261-1695 ext. 230
Joe Chiovarelli, Youth Minister
261-1077 ext. 209
Don Ferrer, Business Manager
261-1077 ext. 206
Deborah Liguori, Parish Secretary
261-1077 ext. 200
Together we celebrate the liturgy in prayer and sacrament; we educate our
children and adults in the faith; we support and reach out to those in need.
We believe the Holy Spirit is calling us to continue: to love one another as
Jesus loves us, to share the word of God and to serve both within and beyond
our Parish family.
MASSES
WEEKEND MASSES
Saturday Evening 5:00 pm
Sunday
7:30 am
9:00 am (Family Liturgy)
10:30 am (Choral Mass)
12:00 noon
7:00 pm (Teen Mass
every third Sunday)
WEEKDAY MASSES
Monday - Friday 6:45 am
9:00 am
Saturday Morning 8:30 am
HOLY DAYS
As announced in the bulletin
THIS MONTH WE CELEBRATE
Giving thanks for all our God’s gift
RECTORY OFFICE
631.261.1077 • Fax 631.757.0572
www.saintanthonyofpadua.org
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
TRINITY REGIONAL SCHOOL Principal: Miss Jeanne Morcone • 631.261.5130
PARISH OUTREACH 631.261.1695 • www.saintanthonyofpadua.org/outreach
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 631.261.1306 • www.saintanthonysreligioused.com
The Celebration of the Sacraments
Baptism
Baptisms are normally celebrated at 2:00PM on scheduled
Sundays in a month. Please call the Parish office to
arrange for a meeting with a Parish Priest and to register
for the baptismal class which is normally held on the 4th
Monday of each month at 7:30PM.
Marriage
Couples should make an appointment with a Priest at least
eight months prior to the wedding. A Marriage
Preparation Program is required.
Anointing of the Sick
Anyone seriously ill, elderly, or prior to an operation
should be anointed with the Sacrament of the Anointing
of the Sick. Please speak with one of the Priests to make
the arrangements.
Communion for the Homebound
Anyone who cannot attend Mass due to illness or age may
receive Communion at home. Please call the Rectory office
to make arrangements.
Reconciliation (Confession)
Every Saturday and Eve of Holy Days from 4:00PM to
4:45PM in the Church and on the Thursday before the
First Friday of every month after the 9:00AM Mass.
Individual confessions may be arranged by calling the
Rectory office.
MONDAY
6:45AM
9:00AM
November 10, 2014
All Souls Novena
Barbara Kennedy
TUESDAY
6:45AM
9:00AM
November 11, 2014
Alice Brady
Gilda Sclafani
WEDNESDAY
6:45AM
9:00AM
November 12, 2014
Patricia Ann Schelp
James R. Melvin
THURSDAY
6:45AM
9:00AM
November 13, 2014
Dick Newby
Carmelo Budinich
FRIDAY
6:45AM
9:00AM
November 14, 2014
Robert Ingrassia
Carmelo Budinich
SATURDAY
8:30AM
5:00PM
November 15, 2014
Darwin Holbert
Antoinette and Settimio Brunetti
SUNDAY
7:30AM
9:00AM
10:30AM
12 Noon
7:00PM
November 16, 2014
Parishioners of St. Anthony
Adopted and Foster Families
Pietro Simicic
Tom Kelly
Mary and Arthur Kessler
Interested in becoming a Catholic or completing
your Sacraments?
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the
process by which adults are brought into the Catholic
Church. If you have never been baptized, confirmed or
received first Holy Communion or if you are a member of
another Christian Church and wish to become a member
of the Catholic Church, contact Judy Corbellini at (631)
261-1179.
Catch “Guided by Grace” on Telecare with our
own Alison O’Brien Sunday at 11 PM, Tuesday
at 10:30 AM and Friday at 10:30 PM. A
graduate of St. Anthony of Padua School,
Alison is Director of the Respect Life Office of
the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
Holy Orders - Priesthood
Those young men interested in preparing for or learning
more about the Priesthood, please contact one of the
Priests.
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Sunday Scripture Reflection
Please Pray
John Blake, Jennifer Calvao, Marilyn Bell, Rita Cooney, Brad Harty,
Josephine Caizzo, Karen Larson, Doris Corrigan, Evelyn Darby,
Marc Cacioppo, Joseph DiStefano, Emily Byrne,
Joan O’Neil, James Maier, Sr., Angela Hyland,
Kathy Martello, Jean Rafaniello, John Gillen,
Baby Madden Dunleavy, Jr., Robert Lofaso, Christina Mahon,
John Pirola, Marie Baffo, Marie King, Mary Santino,
Maureen Guttman, Elise Medici, Carmela Strano,
Maxine Ryan, Ralph Parise, Robert Callatone,
Maureen Mahon, Debbie Williams,Mary Beth Spooner,
Matthew Vinay Roberts, Kathy LaRusso
Readings for the Week of November 9, 2014
Names submitted for pulpit announcement
and the bulletin should be submitted to the
Rectory office by Thursday,12 Noon, of the previous week and
will remain on the Prayer List for one month.
Next Sunday: Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31/1 Thes
5:1-6/Mt 25:14-30 or 25:14-15, 1921
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12/1 Cor 3:9c-11, 1617/Jn 2:13-22
Ti 1:1-9/Lk 17:1-6
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14/Lk 17:7-10
Ti 3:1-7/Lk 17:11-19
Phlm 7-20/Lk 17:20-25
2 Jn 4-9/Lk 17:26-37
3 Jn 5-8/Lk 18:1-8
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
For Those Who Died in the Lord
“When he was raised from the dead, his disciples
remembered that he had said this, and they came to
believe.” Jesus predicted his resurrection in today’s
Gospel. But it wasn’t until after the disciples witnessed
the miraculous event that they realized what he had been
talking about. At the time, Jesus’ words seemed mysterious, even confusing. Those who heard him understandably thought his reference to “this temple” was about the
Jewish house of worship. But it wasn’t. He was talking
about his body. This only became clear later.
As the saying goes, “hindsight is twenty-twenty.”
How often do we find ourselves in the midst of a situation
that doesn’t make sense at the time? We question the
“meaning” of a sickness, a lost job, a betrayal, or a
disappointment. But then, after time has passed, we can
begin to see it from another angle. In fact, many times we
begin to see how good came out of these tough situations.
St. Paul says, “We know that all things work for good for
those who love God,” (Rom 8:28).
Sometimes it’s hard to trust in God’s promises,
especially when his plan seems mysterious or confusing.
But just as the disciples learned that Jesus knew what he
was talking about, we can believe that too. He tells us
that he is “the way and the truth and the life” (Jn 14:6).
Although the way may seem indirect, Jesus’ perspective is
bigger than ours. He knows how to lead us to the fullness
of life, in this world and the next. The path may not be
one that we would choose. Even Jesus had to journey
through the cross before his resurrection—the temple of
his body was destroyed before it was rebuilt. But looking
back, it’s obvious that God’s plans really do work out for
the best
Louis Pryor
Zofia Hodge
Baby Anthony G. Calvao
Anne M. DiStefano
Carolyn G. Dennington
St. Anthony’s is considering an open forum
meeting on Saturday mornings from 10 am to
12 noon on a regular basis. The meeting place is
to be announced.
Topics for discussion will include items of faith,
policy and Doctrine in the life of the Church.
Written questions may be submitted anonymously in advance and replies will be announced
at the meeting. Other questions and open discussion will also be welcome at the meeting.
Prior to scheduling the first meeting, we want to
know how many people will attend. To express
interest or for more information contact Fr. Kline
at the rectory (ext. 235).
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Pastor’s Page
November 9, 2014
Dear Parishioners,
I am honored and happy to be formally installed as pastor of St. Anthony of Padua parish. I know that I have
already been serving as pastor for more than four months. Nevertheless, I feel as if I am just beginning. As I have said, I
have been extremely impressed by the parish from my first day here. You are very devoted and dedicated parishioners.
Every day I seem to discover still another way that you, our parishioners, build up spiritual and material lives.
Often your good work goes unnoticed. As pastor I will try to assist you in any way I can.
So my plan as pastor is to help you to continue doing the great things you do every day and to help, if possible,
with more. For me the church is not so much the buildings and the things that need to be done. It is very much the people who try to live as disciples of Jesus every day.
To that end, my priority will be to bring us ever more together as a community. I want to foster an ever increasing sense of family in our parish. We’re a big parish, close to 4,000 registered families. There are some sixty -two different ministries. We will have to continually work on getting to know each other, to be a family.
ples.
This sense of belonging will help us in our service to God as disciples. It will also be of great help to make disci-
I look forward to the report from the Pastoral Transition Team. I am grateful for the input of so many of you.
Now the team is sorting it all out. When they have completed their work, our agenda for the future will be set.
As one man, there’s a limit to what I can accomplish. But as a parish we can do, in the words of Mother Teresa,
“Something beautiful for God.”
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Mirro
Parish “Town” Meeting
Parish Council Together with the Trustees and the Finance Committee
Annual report Presented
Wednesday November 19 at 7:30 P.M.
Lower Church Alcove
All Parishioners are encouraged to attend
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Sacrificial Giving 2014
Did We Take a Step?
Sunday, November 2, 2014, Offerings
Sunday, November 3, 2013, Offerings
Increase
$ 21,580.40
$ 19,132.20
$ 2,448.20
As we pray today for an increase of spiritual gifts, we
are reminded by the Bishops’ Pastoral on Stewardship that good stewardship of the Church
“means cherishing and fostering the gifts of all, while
using one’s own gifts to serve the community of faith.”
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: Parishioners may make their weekly Stewardship offering electronically. When doing so, please address your offering to: St. Anthony of Padua, 20 Cheshire Place, East Northport, NY 11731. Also, when setting up your electronic offering, please put your
envelope number in the “account” section as well as the “memo” section of your offering request. Thank you!
Living Stewardship
We are grateful this week for all stewards in our
parish who use their God-given gifts to serve others,
especially through our parish’s ministries as well as
out into the wider community.
Young
Stewards
Corner
The flowers placed in
front of
St. Joseph are
in memory of
Offering
$36.00
My good deed for this week: My good deed for this week: I fed my dog Lucy. I helped my nana decorate for Hal‐
loween. I helped my aunt bake cookies. I shared my Halloween candy with my cousin. We donated our Halloween candy. I helped my mom do the laundry. 9 envelopes for the week of
November 2nd 2014
Robert Loeschner
This week’s
Sanctuary Lamp
Burns in Memory of
The flowers placed in front of
The Blessed Mother are
For the intentions of
Damon Giglio (Living)
Robert and Steven
Loeschner
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Liturgy & Music
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica replaces the 32nd Sunday in
Ordinary Time
This feast is dedicated to Christ the Savior and in honor of John the
Evangelist and John the Baptist. This feast is considered a celebration of
the entire Church because it was the foundation of the first cathedral
Church in Rome. The inscription on the doorposts of the church says:
“Of all the churches in the city and the world, mother and head.” This
church was first dedicated on November 9th in the year 324 and
although almost none of the original building remains, it is still the
Cathedral church for the diocese of Rome and thus a place of great
significance for us all.
The dedication of a church building is considered a special intervention
of God in the world, so that dedication is celebrated annually as a
Solemnity, outranking the Sundays in Ordinary Time.
Br. Fran
We’ve already experienced this with the Feast of the Exaltation of the
cross [September 14], and All Soul’s Day [November 2].
All who serve in any ministry in our parish are invited to attend a
Ministry Day to be held Saturday, December 6th. Come to the
8:30am Mass where a re-commission will occur, followed by
refreshments in the Lower church, and a talk by Fr. Tony Stanganelli.
ALL ARE WELCOME !
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Religious Education
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014:
 Catechist Formation Meeting, Sessions 7 & 8, 10:30 AM or 7:30 PM in the Religious
Education Office.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2014:
 No classes for Levels 1 - 8, 4:30 PM to 5:45 PM at Trinity Regional School.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2014:
 Levels 1 - 8, 4:30 PM to 5:45 PM at Trinity Regional School.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014:
 Levels 1 - 8, 4:30 PM to 5:45 PM at Trinity Regional School.
 ALL PARENTS OF LEVEL 8 CHILDREN ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND AN IMPORTANT MEETING AT 7:30 PM IN
THE CHURCH’S LOWER LEVEL.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014:
 Levels 1 - 8, Session 1, 9:00 AM to 10:15 AM and Session 2, 10:45 AM to 12:00 PM at Trinity Regional School.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2014:
 7:00 PM - Level 6 Bible Presentation Mass for all Level 6 students.
We’re Beginning a Class for Children with Special Needs
To further serve the families of our parish,
St. Anthony of Padua Religious Education is happy to announce the formation of a new religious education class for
children with special needs. The class will be taught by a
Certified Special Education teacher along with two teacher
aides. Children of any age with special needs are welcome. We will meet twice a month on Saturday mornings
in Trinity Regional School at 11:00 AM. For questions or
further information please call Pat Seibert at the
Religious Education Office at 261-1306 X226.
Office Hours
Monday Through Thursday– 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM - Closed for lunch 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Closed Friday and Saturday
Phone 631-261-1306– Email: [email protected]
Please visit our website for additional information or to download forms:
www.saintanthonyofpadua.org
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Youth Ministry
[email protected]
Fr. Vian and 30 teens created 15
Birthday Boxes for homeless children
Midnight Run clothing drive
for the homeless starts now.
There is a second box in the front
vestibule just for clothing.
Please do NOT put clothing in the
food pantry box.
Mostly needed are adult male items:
JEANS, BOOTS, SNEAKERS, SWEAT PANTS, SWEAT SHIRTS,
HOODIES,T’S, THERMALS, GLOVES, SOCKS (WHITE ONLY),
COATS, JACKETS, SLEEPING BAGS, BACKPACKS, BLANKETS, HEAVY SCARVES, DUFFLE BAGS, SWEATERS, BEANIES, SKI CLOTHES (SOCKS, JACKETS, HATS, BIBS), EAR
MUFFS, MITTENS
PLEASE…NO DRESS CLOTHES, NO SLEEPWEAR, NO CHILDREN’S CLOTHES,
NO DAMAGED, STAINED OR DIRTY CLOTHING…THANK YOU
NOVEMBER EVENTS:
 Midnight Run set up- November 9th, 6-7pm
 Turkey Trot- November 16th 3-5pm
 MR financial collections- After all Masses November 22nd & 23rd.
 Midnight Run Set-up- November 23rd 6-7pm
 Host Thanksgiving Fellowship Hour- November 27th after 9am Mass
 Midnight Run prep, pack and load- November 28th, 12-3pm
 Midnight Run to Manhattan- November 28th, 8pm-4am
 Peanut Butter & Jelly Gang- November 29th 9-10:30am
 HIHI care kits
DECEMBER EVENTS:
 TEAM Chris Military Care Packages-December 7th, 6-7pm
 Christmas Trip or party- December 14th TBD
St. Anthony’s Peanut Butter & Jelly Gang
Our next PBJ Gang will meet Saturday, November 29th in the lower church.
Groups need to e-mail RSVP if you would like to help us. Please arrive by 8:50am. We end by 10:30.
Join the dozens of wonderful people who attend each month to help feed the hungry.
Financial Stewards: John & Susan Vizzi
We rely on financial donations to sustain our PBJ ministry.
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Pray for Our Military
Catholic Daughters
Please pray daily for:
Steven Banville U.S. Marine Corps., Sean Bishop U.S. Marine Corps.,
Joshua Bower U.S. Air Force, Frank Bazzicalupo U.S. Air Force,
Timothy Breen U.S. Army, Anthony Bua U.S. Navy, Kyle Caminsky U.S. Navy,
Jacob D. Chang U.S. Navy, Wesley Townsend Choate U.S. Air Force,
John P. Corrigan U.S. Air Force, Joseph Courtien U.S. Army,
John K. Curry U.S. Army, Jeff Davis U.S. Marine Corps.,
Christopher Devaney U.S. Air Force, Keith De Vinney U.S. Navy,
Paul Duchowski U.S. Navy, Robert J. Fallon U.S. Army,
Christine Fiala U.S. Army, Sean Fitzgerald U.S. Army ROTC,
Jesse Fitzpatrick U.S. Army Ranger, John C. Gallegro U.S.Navy,
Robert A. Gartner U.S. Marine Corps., Michael Gibbs U.S. Air Force,
Christopher Gillespie U.S. Navy, Dean Halton U.S. Navy,
Thomas Hickey U.S. Army, Ryan C. Johnston U.S. Marine Corps.,
Daniel J. Keenaghan U.S. Army, Danielle Koulermos U.S. Army,
Thomas Kravse Jr. U.S. Marine Corps.,
John Christopher Lee U.S. Marine Corps.,
Tom Lesnieski U.S. Army,
Robert Martin U.S. Army, Christopher Mattos U.S. Army,
Sean Mc Knight U.S. Army, Robert K. Millmann U.S. Air Force,
Eric Muller U.S. Army, Mark Murphy U.S. Army,
Stephen K. Murphy U.S. Army, Michael Padilla U.S. Marine Corps.,
Matthew Patoir U.S. Army, William D. Proietto U.S. Army,
Dominic Ricca U.S. Army, Ruben Rodriguez U.S. Army,
Eric J. Ryan U.S. Coast Guard,
Geordy Santiago U.S. Army, Anthony L. Santosus U.S. Air Force,
McKenzie Schmalz U.S. Marine Corps.,
Richard N. Silecchio U.S. Army,
Brice Sinisgalli U.S. Marine, Tyler Sinisgalli, Army Ranger
Elizabeth Skaf U.S. Navy,
Marc Stanco U.S. Air Force, Darrell St. George U.S. Navy,
Timothy Taney U.S. Marine Corps., Stephen Thomas U.S. Marine Corps.,
Mikelis Visgauss U.S. Marine Corps. John H. Walter U.S. Marine Corps.,
Eric D. Waxman U.S. Army, Erick Wine U.S. Air Force
R.I.P. Cpl. Christopher G. Scherer U.S. Marine Corps.
The monthly meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America,
Court Morning Star #899 will be held on
Monday, November 10, 2014
in the lower church alcove of St. Anthony of Padua church.
Anyone who may be interested in joining our group,
please feel free to join us also.
Love Seeks to Serve
Love cannot remain by itself – it has no meaning.
Love has to be put into action and that action is service.
How do we put the love for God into action?
By being faithful to our family, to the duties that God has entrusted
to us.
Whatever form we are, able or disabled, rich or poor,
it is not how much we do but how much love we put in the doing –
a lifelong sharing of love with others.
MILITARY BRIDGE
CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAS
COURT MORNING STAR #899
WHEN:
WHERE:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2014
Trinity Regional School
5th Avenue, East Northport, NY
TIME:
6:30 PM
COST:
$10.00 Per Person
(Refreshments Served)
Tables of four recommended
If you would like to add someone to the military prayer
list please contact:Patricia Seibert at 261-1306 X226
With much thanks and appreciation, the Little Knights
of the Fr. Thomas Judge Council, Knights of Columbus,
would like to acknowledge the generous donations by
the parishioners of St. Anthony of Padua on the weekend of November 1st and 2nd. The Little Knights collected $1,855.00 which will be used by St. Anthony's
Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative (HIHI) Ministry to cover laundry expenses and to feed and shelter
the homeless during the winter months.
Thank you,
Reservations must be made for this event.
For Reservations, Please Call:
Betty (631) 368-7330
John and Cinthia Mahon
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Altar Servers
Altar Server Schedule November 15th & November 16th
November 15th @ 5:00 PM
Elizabeth Contino
Steven Andreacchi
Gabrielle Andreacchi
November 16th @ 9:00 AM
Tom Gibbs
Ryan Gibbs
Aidan DePaul
November 16th @ 12:00 PM
Erin Jackobsze
Erica Marill
David Mastroianni
November 16th @ 7:30 AM
Patrick Wisz
Madison Adelman
November 16th @ 10:30 AM
Ashleigh Basel
Angelo Prestipino
Giovanni Prestipino
November 16th @ 7:00 PM
Bryan Kuprian
Matthew Baron
Mark Baron
The last general meeting & training for all Altar Servers will take place on Tuesday Nov.11th at 7pm to 7:45pm in the
main Church. Once again, 4th Grade and above children who are interested in becoming altar servers of our Parish
community are welcome to attend this general training.
Thanks for serving God and our Parish.
Pope Paul VI Quality Unit Award
Pack 5 will proudly receive their third consecutive Pope Paul VI Quality Unit Award during a special Mass at 6:45 PM on Friday evening November 21st,
2014 here at St. Anthony of Padua Church, the Charter Organization that sponsors Pack 5.
The Pope Paul VI Quality Unit award is sponsored by the National Catholic Committee on scouting to acknowledge outstanding and prestigious Catholic
Scout Units that promote and recognize effective youth and adult leadership in fostering teachings of the Catholic Church. The Scouting unit must be sponsored by a Catholic organization such as a Parish, Parish School or Knights of Columbus to submit an application and be eligible to receive this award that is
earned by fewer than one percent of the roughly 10,000 Catholic sponsored Cub Scout, Boy Scout and Venturing Crew chartered units in the Country. Pack
5 was the only Scouting Unit in New York State to receive this award in 2013. Pack 5 provides each Catholic youth with a deeper understanding of their
Catholic Teachings in the area of religious, vocational and educational aspects and to respect those of different faiths. A partial listing of Pack 5 activities and
accomplishments performed include:
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-Over 80% of the members have earned a religious award offered by the National Catholic
Committee on Scouting.
-The Pack attends Scout Sunday Mass In February which precedes their annual Blue and Gold
Luncheon.
The June Pack Night is an outdoor Mass that kicks off the annual Family Camping Weekend.
The Pack acknowledges and celebrates Priest Sunday each October.
The Pack supports the St. Anthony of Padua Parish Outreach by donating food and supplies throughout the year.
Service Projects are performed for their Charter Organization. In 2013 the Corridors of the Parish Outreach facility received a
scrubbing and cleaning from the boys of Pack 5 following their Cub Scout Promise “to help other people”.
At the conclusion of the Mass the Pack will conduct their November Pack Night which will be a Family Thanksgiving dinner, an
annual tradition since 2010. Pack 5 consists primarily of students,
who are in first grade through fifth grade, from East Northport's
Trinity Regional School. Corridors of the Parish Outreach facility
received a scrubbing and cleaning from the boys of Pack 5 Pope
Paul VI National Catholic Quality Unit Award Patch Pack 5 receiving their 2012 Pope Paul Award during their 2013 June Pack
Night Mass .
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Adult Faith Formation
BOOK DISCUSSION:
“THE SUPREME MACARONI COMPANY” BY ADRIANA TRIGIANI
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13TH 9:15 AM TO 10:45 AM RECTORY MEETING ROOM
ALL ARE WELCOME…EVEN IF YOU HAVE NOT HAD A CHANCE TO READ THE BOOK.
WE ENJOY FELLOWSHIP AS WELL AS DISCUSSING THE BOOK.
WE LISTEN……
IF YOU KNOW A CATHOLIC WHO IS STRUGGLING TO RETURN TO THE CHURCH – DIVORCED, SEPARATED, LIFESTYLE, ETC. – WE WILL LISTEN, ANSWER QUESTIONS (AND
IF WE DON’T HAVE THE ANSWER, WE WILL GET IT). WE WANT TO HELP IN A NON JUDGMENTAL WAY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 261 -1077 EXT. 208.
Trinity Regional School
On October 30th, this year the students at Trinity Regional School used the day to get themselves in the Halloween
spirit and raise money for a good cause. The Trinity Leadership Corps, a group of eighth grade students who lead the
school in various fundraising activities, chose to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help students with life
threatening medical conditions have a moment of happiness during their time of struggle. The students donated
money to wear Silly Socks and Crazy Ties to show their school spirit and help those less fortunate.
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Parish Outreach
DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS NOV. 24th
Parish Outreach
1025 Fifth Avenue, East Northport, NY
Phone: 631.261.1695 Fax: 631.266.9168
Office Hours: Mon. – Fri.: 10am- 2pm
www.saintanthonyofpadua.org/outreach
9:00 AM TO 3:30 PM (bring your lunch)
ST. Anthony of Padua PARISH OUTREACH
Bring your own lunch or snack, there will be ½ hour
break.
SPONSORED BY AARP ~ COST $20.00 FOR AARP
MEMBERS
$25.00 FOR NON AARP
MUST BE OVER AGE 50 TO ATTEND
CALL 261-1695 FOR REGISTRATION
CALLING ALL
SENIOR MEN!!
Mens’ Social Group
meets the 2nd and 4th
Monday of each month
from 1:30 to 3pm.
The Senior Womens’ Group
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th , 1- 3 pm at the Parish
Outreach , basement of Trinity School.
The Parish Outreach van is available for transportation.
Next Meeting MONDAY, November 10th
St. Anthony’s Parent/Child Playgroup Now Forming for
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Parish Outreach
1025 Fifth Avenue, basement of Trinity School.
The Group meets for crafts and free play weekly. All mothers, fathers, grandparents and caregivers are very much welcome to join with their children ages 6 months to 4 years
old.
Parents must register their children. The cost to join for the
year is $15 for first child and $5 each additional child over
age 1. For questions please contact Stephanie Glaser 631897-4345 or email [email protected]
The Suicide Bereavement Group
“You are Not Alone” continues to meet the first
and third Monday of every month at 7 p.m.
Please call Pat Karpowicz at
266-2656 for more information.
KNITTING MINISTRY ladies meet the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of each month. Next meeting:
Wed. November 12th, 2014,
in Parish Outreach, from 1-3 pm.
This is a great opportunity for you to get involved with your
parish and community and meet other parents/caregivers
with young children!
PARISH OUTREACH THANKS TROOP #5
FOR THEIR GENEROSITY!
Huge thanks to all who visited our 2
tables at the Trinity Regional School
Craft Fair on November 1. Many of
our hand made scarves, hats, Christmas
tree ornaments, baby blankets and
sweater sets, and headbands, cowls, pot
holders, etc. were sold. Outreach will
receive the entire sales amount, $749.
We now will resume our main mission,
knitting and crocheting for charity. Any yarn donations or gift cards
will be greatly appreciated.
Boy Scout Troop #5 raised $1,079 from their recent popcorn
sale held before and after each mass on Columbus Day weekend.
This donation will be used to help the needy in our community.
Scouts who participated were Andrew Becker, Ryan Brennan,
Cameron Cacic, Derek Capri, Michael Condello, Justin Como,
Reece Daniels, Jordan Dekie, Tim Giroux, Kevin Krumenacker,
Keith Nolan, Sean Nolan, Ryan Starzee, Nik Strievski, Erik Vladimir, Jonathan Weisberg, John Wood and Ryan Wood. Special
thanks to all the parents who helped out as well.
Thank you to both scouts and parishioners for contributing to
help those in our community in need!
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Parish Calendar
SUNDAY
November 9th
MONDAY
November 10th
TUESDAY
November 11th
7:00 AM AA Meeting- 7:00 AM AA MeetingParish Outreach
Parish Outreach
12:00 PM MASS
INSTALLATION OF
NEW PASTOR
6:00 PM CYO Basketball-Parish Hall
1:00 PM NEW PASTOR RECEPTION
Parish Hall
2:00 PM BAPTISMSCHURCH
7:00 PM AA Step
Group-Parish Outreach
7:00 PM Altar Server
Training-CHURCH
NO RELIGIOUS ED
CLASSES
RECTORY CLOSED
WEDNESDAY
November 12th
THURSDAY
November 13th
7:00 AM AA MeetingParish Outreach
8:00 AM RCIARectory Meeting Room
4:30 PM Rel Ed Levels
1-8 - SCH - PH - PO
6:30 PM Troop 5
Meeting-Parish Hall
7:00 AM AA Meeting- 7:00 AM AA Meeting- 7:00 AM AA MeetingParish Outreach
Parish Outreach
Parish Outreach
7:00 PM Catholic
7:00 AM AA MeetingDaughters Monthly
Parish Outreach
Meeting-Lower Church
Alcove
10:00 AM Bible
Study- Lower Church
7:30 PM Mom's
Alcove
Group-rectory Meeting
Room
7:00 PM Novena
Group- CHURCH
7:15 PM St.Vincent
DeP-RMR
FRIDAY
November 14th
SATURDAY
November 15th
10:00 AM Divine
10:00 AM FOOD
9:00 AM Rel Ed Levels
WILL Prayer GroupPANTRY OPEN- PAR- 1-8 - SCH - PH - PO
Rectory Meeting Room ISH OUTREACH
9:15 AM Baptism Bib
4:30 PM Rel Ed Levels 2:40 PM Girl ScoutSewers-Rectory Meet1-8 - SCH - PH - PO
Cub Scouts (Trinity)- ing Room
Lower Church Alcove
6:00 PM Children’s
10:45 AM Rel Ed
2:45 PM Trinity Daisy Levels 1-8 - SCH - PH Choir-CH
Troop 1602- LCMR
PO
6:00 PM CYO Basket6:00 PM Military
1:00 PM CYO Basketball-Parish Hall
Bridge-Parish Hall
ball- Parish Hall
7:15 PM Adult Choir7:30 PM Bible Study- 1:30 PM ALANON
CH
7:30 PM Level 8 Par- Rectory Meeting Room MEETING-Parish Outent Meeting - LC - LCA
reach
7:30 PM BINGOLOWER CHURCH
7:30 PM BINGOLOWER CHURCH
Annual Communion Breakfast
Eucharistic Ministers for
the homebound are
available for anyone who
is sick, injured, or has
had recent surgery or is
unable to attend weekly Mass but would like to
receive Communion.
Baptism Communion Breakfast for
All Babies Baptized in 2014
If you would like a visit by a Eucharistic Minister,
please call Fran Melvin at 368-7532.
All babies baptized in 2014 and their families are invited to attend the Family Liturgy Mass on January 11,
2015 at 9:00 a.m. Many children attend this Mass and
will have the opportunity to see all the “little ones” who
have been baptized in 2014. You, as parents, will receive a special blessing asking God to assist you in raising your child in the Catholic faith.
Eucharistic Ministers
Needed for Hospital Duty
On Thursdays after the 9AM Mass the Priest dismisses
the Ministers with a blessing, and they proceed to Huntington Hospital. Usually the return is around
11:30 am. There are presently 4 Teams, each going
once every 4 weeks. For those who are able to partake
in this Ministry of bringing Jesus in the Holy Eucharist
to the patients at Huntington Hospital,
it is truly a gift and full of graces!
If you are interested,
The Baptism Team will host a Communion Breakfast
immediately after the Mass. This breakfast provides an
occasion for your immediate family to celebrate with
other families who have brought their children into the
faith through the sacrament of Baptism. Kindly RSVP
by January 3, 2015. If you have questions, call Susan
Ronde at 754-3185.
please call Regina Whitaker, 757-7028
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Ministries Fair
A MINISTRY VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSE WAS
HELD ON SUNDAY OCTOBER 26TH
Many Ministries were represented such as Parish
Outreach, St. Vincent de Paul, Catholic Daughters,
Knights of Columbus, Knitting Ministry, Suicide Bereavement, Consolation Ministry, Baptism team,
Family Liturgy, Legion of Mary, Choir, and More.
It was a great opportunity to meet other ministry
leaders and talk to fellow parishioners. Coffee and
cake was provided. Thank you to all who attended!
If you were not able to attend and would like to consider volunteering for a ministry, please call the rectory for the
Ministry booklet which lists all of the volunteer opportunities available, their leaders names and phone numbers
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Miscellaneous
Come join the Legion of Mary, the Catholic
Church’s largest, worldwide apostolic/
evangelization organization of lay people!
Invite the Our Lady of Fatima Pilgrim
Statue into your home!
In a brief meeting, two members of
the Legion of Mary will set up the
statue in your home and pray the
Rosary with you. Your family will be
blessed by the presence of this beautiful, holy statue for one week. Please
call Maureen at 631-368-0132 for
more information and to sign up.
Active members share the faith through a variety of faceto-face ministries and spiritual works of mercy. These include teaching religion, bringing Communion to the sick
and homebound, praying with the elderly at nursing
homes, praying outside abortion mills, and much more.
The prayers of the Blessed Mother and our Auxiliary
members support our witness and efforts. We also enjoy
retreats, days of recollection, and social interaction with
other local Legion of Mary groups several times a year.
You will learn more about the Catholic faith, help save
souls, build friendships, grow in holiness, and help prepare yourself for judgment day.
For more information, please call Marie at
631-682-3007.
To learn more about Our Lady’s appearances and the
miracles at Fatima, Portugal, please go
to: www.fatima.org/essentials/facts . God bless you!
CATHOLICS FOR FREEDOM OF RELIGION ARE HONORED TO PRESENT:
MOST REV. BISHOP ANDRZEJ ZGLEJSZEWSKI
Come hear Bishop Andrzej Zglejszewski share his story of living in communist Poland
in the 1970’s and 1980’s under oppression and denial of religious freedom. Despite
these bleak circumstances, he found courage and strength with
God’s grace and persevered in following his calling.
Hear his message of hope and gratitude.
November 18th
7:30 pm
St. James Church
429 Rt. 25A
Setauket, NY 11733
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Miscellaneous
SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL THANKSGIVING
FOOD ITEMS NEEDED
Saint Vincent de Paul Society will be giving out 160 Thanksgiving baskets this year to our local families. We usually get about
40 donated completed baskets, and need to make 120 food baskets. We are in need of 120 of the following items to add to the
baskets:
CANS OF COFFEE, BOTTLES OF 100% APPLE JUICE, DANSK
COOKIE TINS, BOTTLES OF SODA, TURKEYS OR $20 GIFT
CARDS TO PURCHASE TURKEYS(please bring gift cards to Rectory and indicate it is for Thanksgiving), gravy, stuffing, canned
vegetables, cranberry sauce.
Please start bringing items to the food bin so we can keep a count
of items we will still have to purchase.
If any families, troops, religious education classes, organizations
would like to donate larger quantities of the above items
(especially the more expensive items in caps), please contact Carol
Crowley at 631-786-8702 or [email protected]l.com. If you
would like to donate a completed Thanksgiving basket, contact
Carol as well for details.
Thank you for your unending generosity.
The Ministry of Consolation is in need of Companions. Companions are the people who meet
with family members to help them get through a
difficult time.
For information call Carol Hehir 261-0965 or
Loretta Hamann 368-3039.
Fr. Kline’s Bible Study Groups:
Tuesday at 10 am in the Lower Church Alcove and 7:30
pm on Friday in the Rectory Meeting Room
We welcome new as well as former participants.
Call Fr. Kline at ext. 235 for additional information.
Please remember our Poor Box!
Donations benefit St. Vincent de Paul
Society & Parish Outreach.
Thanksgiving Dinner at
Father Thomas A.
Judge Council Knights
of Columbus
Poor Box Collection for November 2, 2014: $502.00
“Feed My Lambs” is the weekly request of the SVDP Society
to parishioners to bring to church the one or two items that
the Food Pantry is in low supply of.
The Father Thomas A. Judge Council of the Knights of
Columbus will be serving a traditional turkey dinner on
Thanksgiving Day. Dinner will be served from 1:00pm
– 3:00pm at our council hall in Hewitt Square in East
Northport at the corner of Larkfield and Pulaski Roads.
We are opening our doors to everyone – if you are finding it difficult to deal with the current economic conditions or have no one to share your holiday with we will
be happy to have you at our place.
We ask that if possible you call our hall and leave your
name and the number of people in your party that plan
to attend so we can properly prepare.
Call today (631) 262-1891.
This week’s food item(s) are:
Pasta sauce, Tunafish, Chunky soups,
Canned fruit, Toilet paper, Toothpaste
Of course any other items you wish to donate will be
gratefully accepted, but the item that we are concentrating on will help us ensure that this item will be in supply
for our clients. All items can be left in the rear of the
Church before and after all the weekend Masses. During
the week items can be brought to Parish Outreach, Monday -Friday between the hours of 10:00AM and
2:00PM. Thank you for helping us minister to the lambs
of our community who are in need.
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Miscellaneous
Novena Group meets in
the Church every
Tuesday at 7:00 pm
F I F TY F I F TY RAF F L E
Raffle tickets available at the
rectory o ffice
Cost- $5 for one
$5 0 f o r a b o o k o f 1 2
January’s Prize:
February’s Prize:
Ma r ch’s P r i ze:
A p r i l ’s P r i ze
Ma y ’s P r i ze
J u n e’s P r i ze
J u l y’s Pr i ze
A ug u st’s P r i ze
S ep tem b er ’s P r i ze
FRIDAY EVENING BINGO - 7:30PM
St. Anthony of Padua Lower Church Hall
SATURDAY EVENING BINGO
7:30PM in St. Anthony of Padua
Lower Church Hall.
$3,100 in prizes given away each week!!
Call 239-1325 if you have any questions
Maybe you will be
next month’s winner!
If you would like to register:
PARISH CENSUS/REGISTRATION FORMS CAN BE
FOUND AT THE BACK OF THE CHURCH. WHEN COMPLETED, PLEASE DROP THEM IN THE
WHITE BOX LABELED
Please send all bulletin announcements to:
[email protected]
Deadline for all requests is Monday, 1PM.
PARISH CENSUS/REGISTRATION FORMS
AT THE BACK OF THE CHURCH
POWER RITE
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