MASSES FOR THE WEEK

Sunday, November 16, 2014
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
MASSES FOR THE WEEK
This Sunday’s Readings
Monday, November 17 St Elizabeth of Hungary, religious
Rdgs. Rev 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Ps 1:1-2, 3, 4+6; Luke 18:35-43.
9:00 AM – Mary T. Zarba
11:30 AM – Elisabeth Francillon
Prov 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; She
works with loving hands.
Tuesday, November 18
Rdgs. Rev 3:1-6, 14-22; Ps 15:2-3a, 3bc-4ab, 5; Luke 19:1-10.
9:00 AM – Daniel Laieta
11:30 AM – Clementa Lovrecich
1 Thess 5:1-6 Let the day of the
Lord not overtake you like a thief.
Wednesday, November 19
Rdgs. Rev 4:1-11; Ps 150:1b-2, 3-4, 5-6; Luke 19:11-28.
9:00 AM – Vivian Strennen
11:30 AM – Albert Koscica
Thursday, November 20
Rdgs. Rev 5:1-10; Ps 149:1b-2, 3-4, 5-6a+9b; Luke 19:41-44.
9:00 AM – Patricia Munson
11:30 AM – Maria Castela
Friday, November 21 The Presentation of the Bl Virgin
Mary
Rdgs. Rev 10:8-11; Ps 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111; Luke 19:45-48.
9:00 AM – Mary, Bob & Meghan Tansey
11:30 AM – Janet McMenamin
Ps 128 Blessed are those who
fear the Lord.
Matt 25:14-30 Since you were
faithful in small matters, come,
share your master's joy.
ALTAR BREAD AND WINE
used in Masses during the week
are in loving memory of
Sami Azzu.
ALTAR CANDLES
used in Masses during the week
are in loving memory of
Emil Mari.
Saturday, November 22 St Cecilia, virgin and martyr
Rdgs. Rev 11:4-12; Ps 144:1, 2, 9-10; Luke 20:27-40.
9:00 AM – Kim Lent, Charlotte Puliatte
5:00 PM Church – Daniel Sr. & Daniel Jr. Haggerty
Sunday, November 23 Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the
Universe
Rdgs. Ezek 34:11-12, 15-17; Ps 23:1-3a, 3b-4, 5-6; 1 Cor 15:20-26,
28; Matt 25:31-46.
8:00 AM – Teresa Marie Farry
9:30 AM – People of the Parish
10:00 AM Chapel – Laura Schmidt
11:00 AM – Sami Azzu
11:30 AM Chapel – Michael Gross
12:30 PM – Manuel Lovrenco
12:45PM – Dariana Rodriguez
5:00 PM – Deborah Averso - Artz
Kenneth Healey
Al D’Amico
Carlo Rizzo
Manuel Alonso
Michael Bartolo
Andrew Clarke
George Gasparotti
Kathy Conrad
Elvira Elefante
Dennis Moran
John Bernard King
Genevieve Lauria
Vito Lore
James Genticore
John Joseph Jackson
Dionisio Namocatcat
( Names will be listed for three weeks. )
Mission Statement of St. Anthony Church
We are a Catholic community of faith in the Jesuit tradition gathered around Jesus Christ and centered in the
Eucharist. In a diverse and changing world we struggle to grow in our relationship with God and with one another.
Through our worship, our ministries and our promotion of peace and justice, we walk with Jesus of the Gospel who
reveals God’s love for all.
CertificateofAppreciation
This event would not be possible without the support of our
local independent business community. Each foodservice
Establishment not only donated the food served but also their time
to show support for our community. As a way of showing our appreciation
we encourage every parishioner and their families to patronize these wonderful
businesses in the weeks and months following this event and say THANK YOU!
Agrigento Bakery
Alias Smith & Jones Antonio’s Portuguese
Bonbino’s Pizza Brower Bagel
Delicious Moments Catering
Events by Bruno’s
Hope’s Land of Candy
Lia’s Pizzeria
Masago
Mio Posto
Pancho’s Cantina
Pastosa’s Ravioli
Sole’
Stubborn Bull BBQ
The Wander Inn
St.Anthony’sTasteofOurTown
Announcement
Scripture Reflection
Good stewards are like the industrious and reliable
servants in today’s Gospel, prudently using and multiplying the gifts entrusted to them by God.
Please visit our Official Parish Facebook page.
The page can be accessed even by those without a
personal Facebook account. The link to the page is:
We are grateful this week for all stewards in our parish who seek to responsibly connect their faith in dayto-day activities, such as participating in community,
school organizations and other efforts.
OFFERTORY INFORMATION
Sunday-November 10
2013
2014
Variance
$ 12,385.00 $ 12,025.00 $ (-360.00)
Weekly Collection
Weekly - Year to Date $ 107,622.30 $ 107,671.00 $
48.70
Faith Direct - Year to $ —
$ 5,850.17 $ 5,850.17
Date
Please note that the fiscal year is from
September 1st to August 31st
Thank You St. Anthony's Parishioners for your generosity!
Sign up for Faith Direct
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contribution to our offertory
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St Anthony’s Fourth Annual Christmas Pageant
Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 2pm
All Children in Grades 1-6 Are Welcome To Participate
Practices will be held Fridays from 5-6 pm starting Nov. 14th –Dec. 19th
(With the exception of November 28th )
Grades 3-6 may read for a speaking role only on November 14th
If your child would like to participate please meet us for our first practice in
the gym at the St Anthony’s parish center Friday, November 14th at 5pm.
We hope your child can share in this special tradition at this joyous time of
year.
If you have any questions please contact Amanda Wacks at [email protected]
Ushers Needed
We are in need of ushers at several
of our Masses!
Please consider giving a little time
to this
important ministry.
If you can help us please contact Anna at: [email protected]
St. Anthony’s Youth Ministry
proudly presents
An interactive, theatrical presentation of the classic children’s story.
The Polar Express
Saturday, December 6, 2014
In the Parish Center Cafeteria
(our cafeteria will be decorated to look as if you are traveling on a train)
Train Departure Schedules Are As Follows:
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Ticket Prices:
Adults -- $5
Children 12 & Under – $8
Children Under 1 year – Free
Tickets will be available for purchase
Sunday, November 16th, 2014
In the Cafeteria
9:30 am – 12:00 noon
Additional information or ticket purchase times please contact
Kathy Spataro at 516-764-0048 ext. 2520 & leave a message
Thank you for supporting our Youth Ministry Program!
The St. Anthony’s Preschool children had a
wonderful time celebrating Halloween.
Preschool registration for next year will begin in January.
If you are interested in the two, three or four year old programs for
the 2015-2016 school year, or have any questions, please call the
Education Office at (516)764-0048 extension 2520
-Ellie Grubb, Director of Preschool
Our parish will be celebrating the
National Night of Prayer for Life
along with many other parishes in the country on
December 8th and 9th from 9 PM to 1 AM
in the parish Church.
During that time the Blessed Sacrament will be
exposed for prayer and meditation.
We are asking for volunteers to spend time there
with us in 1/2 hour increments.
Please sign up at the receptionist’s office for the
time(s) you will join us there in prayer."
The Diocese of Rockville Centre
celebrates the 50th Anniversary
of Priestly Ordination
of
Bishop William Murphy
Sunday, November 30, 2014
12:30 pm Mass
Cathedral of Saint Agnes
Rockville Centre, New York
His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan will be the homilist.
All are invited to come and join Bishop Murphy in this
Liturgy of Thanksgiving.
St. Anthony Christmas cards are
now available with the top four pictures from our web survey. The
pictures were taken last year by Fr.
Nick and can be seen at the back
of the church between the candles. They can be ordered/
purchased at the reception desk.
CAN YOU VOLUNTEER TO HELP A
SPECIAL CHILD ONE ON ONE?
Adriane Bringe, St. Anthony’s
And Joseph Cutrone, Blessed Trinity
Jacqueline Sommer, St. Agnes Cathedral
And Joseph Louis Quinto, Jr., St. Anthony’s
Come to our weekly adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament
on Thursdays from 12:00 to 4:45
ending with Benediction.
Join us to pray for the many special
intentions this week, including for the
welfare of the Christians in the Middle
East who have suffered so much.
St. Anthony is committed to providing a faith formation
program for all our children. We are in need of a volunteer
to give one on one instruction to a child on
Thursday @ 3:45 each week. I will provide training,
all you need is a desire to share your faith with a young
child in our parish. High School students are welcomed.
If interested, please call the Religious Education Office at
764-0048 x2520
Special Needs Program
MOLLOY COLLEGE
Fall Open House
Sunday, November 16th
1:00 PM
Molloy College
Rockville Centre, NY
323-4000
The St. John’s Bible Conference at
Molloy College
Igniting the Spiritual Imagination
St. Anthony is committed to providing a faith formation
program for all our children. We are forming a new class
for children with Special Needs who have not received
First Communion and would like to prepare for this Sacrament. We provide a welcoming atmosphere where children with special needs, along with their parents, learn
about their faith, participate in activities and interact with
other children in our program. Our class meets twice a
month on Thursday. If interested, please call the Religious
Education Office at 764-0048 x2520
Please Help!
St. Christopher’s Inn at Graymoor, is administered to by the Franciscan Friars of
the Atonement. It is one of the best drug/alcohol rehab centers in New York.
They have asked for our help. Each year they ask young people in Parish
Religious and Youth programs, to help by donating a New Men’s Collared Shirt.
These are used as gifts at Christmas for the clients in rehab. If you can, please
make a donation of a new shirt, it must be collared, any size or color is fine.
The men must wear a collared shirt when they go for counseling, they must be
dressed up, to show that they are taking their counseling seriously.
They especially are in need of sizes XL, XXL and XXXL.
The shirts may be dropped off in your Religious Ed class, or dropped off at St.
Anthony’s Parish Center. Deacon John O’Connor will insure that they are
delivered to Graymoor in time for Christmas.
What better way to teach our youth and each other the Joy of Christ’s Love
Than sharing with others in need at Christmas!
Thank You and God Bless You!
THE GIVING TREE
CHRISTMAS 2014
Once again this year, trees decorated with ornaments requesting gift cards for the
families of Parish Outreach will be seen in our Church and Chapel on the weekends
starting November 22/23. Once again, we will rely on your generosity to help make
the holidays a happier time for those in need in our community.
All of us are facing more challenging personal economic situations; all of us know
someone who is struggling with unemployment; all of us are trying to do more with
less. And so we ask you to consider what you are able to do—within your means,
as your resources allow. We hope that each of you will find a way to be part of
THE GIVING TREE 2014.
We ask that you drop off your gift any time after December 19th either at the Parish
Outreach office during normal business hours or at the Reception Booth in the evenings
and on weekends.
***Please put the gift card in a letter-size envelope and tape the ornament (taping
the yarn works well) to the outside of the envelope. Please do not use gift bags or
boxes.
We will be distributing the gifts to our families as they visit our Food Pantry during
December. The earlier you deliver your gifts, the sooner the recipients will be able to go
shopping! This year, the recipients include 96 Seniors, 310 working or disabled Adults,
30 Teens, 114 Children and 3 Infants comprising 200 families.
As always, we are grateful for your support. May this holiday season find each of us
more mindful of the blessings we have received.
Thank you Parish Outreach
Sr. Fran / Julia Santiago
The St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry
‘14_ Needs List
Holiday ’13
Coffee & tea
Cooking oil (small bottles)
Hot & cold cereals
Pancake mix & syrup
Mayonnaise, ketchup & mustard
Salad dressing
Macaroni & spaghetti
Canned meats
Canned soup & soup mixes
Canned tuna & salmon
Canned pasta products
Canned vegetables
White rice (1-2 lb. bags)
Peanut butter, jelly & jam
Tomato sauce & canned tomatoes
Canned fruit & applesauce
Canned & bottled juice
Apple cider
Jello & pudding
Boxed macaroni & cheese
Cake & muffin mix
Boxed potatoes
“Hamburger Helper” products
Rice-a –Roni products
Pickles & olives
Cookies, crackers & snacks
Turkey, chicken & beef gravy
Stuffing mix
Assorted canned beans
Evaporated milk
Candy & nuts
Cranberry sauce
Frozen turkeys & chickens
Choose Life Committee
Our Parishioners
Serving
In the Military
Please keep all our military in your prayers.
Joseph Augusta Cabarrus, Capt., Marines
Brian Wolfe, Lance Cpl., Marines
McKenzie Schmalz, Lance Cpl., Marines
Jonathan Rodriguez-Strubbe, Lance Cpl, Marines
Michael Connell, PFC, Marines
Daniel G. Koehler, Pvt., Marines
Denis St. John Sheahan, Marines
Timothy Richards, Capt., Army
Sanghu Richards, Capt., Army
Samuel Rodriguez, Sgt., Army
Charles Artino, Pvt., Army
Dylan J. Blake, Pvt., Army
Alex Murtha, Pvt., Army
Daniel R. Verity, Pvt., Army
Sean Michael Cirillo, Specialist, Army
Christopher Kapp, Specialist, Army
Michael J. Graham, Army
Carl A. Misitano, Lt., Navy
John Nitti, Chief Petty Officer, Navy
Ryan Reilly, Petty Officer, Navy
Tom Shanley, 2nd Class Petty Officer, Navy
Dominick Albanese, ISSN, Navy
William Stuber, Seaman, Navy
Edward Durkin, GMC, Navy
Timothy R. Kear, CTT, Navy
Christopher Kear, NET, Navy
We are renewed each day with the gift of faith, hope and
love so that all of our actions, and all that we say and can
be for the greater glory of God. Join us as we enter the season of Joy and continue the mission to serve, support and
defend the precious gift of life.
Prayer, advocacy, education, service and you are the
foundation for respect life ministry.
The Respect Life Office Invites
You To Attend
Untaming the Gospel of Life
to Find the Treasure in the
Joy of the Gospel
The Gospel of Life provides a foundation of understanding for all to live the Joy of the Gospel. Join us
for spiritual enrichment as we discover how both the
lives of Catherine Doherty and Dorothy Day reflected
this understanding with courage and fortitude.
When: Tuesday December 9, from 6 to 8 PM
Where: Seminary of the Immaculate Conception
440 W Neck Rd, Huntington, NY 11743
This event is free.
Lord, hold our troops in Your loving hands.
Protect them as they protect us.
Bless them and their families
for the selfless acts they perform for us.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
The good news of today’s Gospel is the extravagance of what is being given us. All
we need do is be faithful in “small matters.”
The cost of fidelity has no comparison to the
reward given.
When you give the furniture, household
items and clothing you no longer use to the Society
of St. Vincent de Paul, you are sharing God’s
extravagant love.
Come One, Come All as
The Solomon's Porch
Prayer Group
Gathers in Prayer and Adoration before
the Blessed Sacrament at
St. Anthony's Parish Center, Room 101
On Friday evenings
from 7:30 to 8:30 PM
and
On First Fridays as we
celebrate a Healing Mass
in the Church at 7:30 PM
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL – $12.17/hr.
Have you found it rewarding to work in the
field of Senior/Dementia Care?
Care for developmentally disabled adults in
group homes in Babylon or Amityville.
$12.17/hr. Part-time (weekends or evenings)
Full-time (evenings + 1 weekend day or eve.; or
Awake overnight) and On Call shifts available. Experience
with developmental disabilities & Alzheimer’s care required. Training in group home operations provided. Essential functions include personal care & support with Activities of Daily Living (ADL), household maintenance,
transporting/advocating for residents on medical appointments, leading activities designed to engage cognitive skills
& administering meds. HS/GED, a clean, valid NYS Driver’s
License & reliable transportation required. And a demonstrated ability to positively impact the health & well-being
of senior residents.
Email resume & cover letter detailing experience with
senior care/dementia to: [email protected] or
fax to 516.733.7038. Include in subject line: “Seniors DSP
– parish bulletin”
CATHOLIC CHARITIES – “Care With Dignity; Life With Hope”
All Young Adults – you ar e invited to join us for
Fellowship … Inspiriting Speakers … and Honest Answers …. At our next Faith on Tap!
Monday, November 17, 2014
Topic: “Where is God Calling Me … How do we hear
God through the Chaos”
Speaker: Sr. Gina Fleming, OP Co-Director of the
National College Preaching Conference and the Promoter of Youth for the Dominican Sisters of Amityville, NY
We are honored to have with us Sr. Gina Fleming,
who will speak about the challenges of hearing where
God is calling us through our everyday “chaos”. Our
lives are so busy and “noisy”, it’s not always easy to
hear God’s call … but never doubt that you are loved
and He is calling!
Join us at Lily Flanagan’s, 345 Deer Park Avenue,
Babylon, NY Doors open at 7:00 – come early – get
something to eat – meet new friends – re-connect with
old ones! Talk begins at 7:30
Oceanside Senior Center
(located in St. Anthony’s Parish Center)
Sponsored by Catholic Charities
60+ Program
Enjoy…nutritious lunches, Arts & Crafts, Bingo,
Shopping, Dancersize, Yoga, Health Services,
Great Socialization and Much More!
Please call Barbara at 516-764-9792
to make a reservation.
This program provides door to door transportation
in: Oceanside, Rockville Centre, Baldwin,
Lynbrook, Valley Stream, East Rockaway and
Island Park. For info please contact Barbara or
Eileen at 516 764-9792.
All Youth 13+ are invited to XLT – A night of inspiring Catholic teaching, relevant worship and Eucharist Adoration!
Fr. Joe Fitzgerald will be our Presider for Adoration
and the Ike Ndolo Band for Praise & Worship!
Join us for this night of prayer and adoration on
Sunday, November 23 at St. Joseph Church, 39
Carll Avenue, Babylon starting at 7:30.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Marianne
Sheridan at [email protected] or call 516-678-5800,
ext. 615.
Church Chuckles
“What book of the Bible should I read before
bungee jumping?” asked Marty.
“Luke,” replied the quick-thinking priest.
“You should always Luke before you leap.”
Knight's Corner
Killer Joe and the Lido Soul Revue
Recently Featured at BB King’s
and Jones Beach Theater
PLEASE COME AND
Wednesday November 26th—8 PM
START YOUR GIFT SHOPKnight of Unity Fundraiser Event
PING AT OUR ANNUAL
“LADIES AUXLIARY
GIFT BOUTIQUE”
Have Hot Cocoa and Desert
with Santa Clause and Mrs. Clause...
AT THE O’CONNELL GARDENS GRAND BALLROOM
IN THE KNIGHTS OF
COLUMBUS
2985 Kenneth Place Oceanside
SUNDAY, November 23
FROM 9AM -5PM
For more info or table
reservations please contact:
Vanessa Ambrosecchia
[email protected]
or call 516-551-5276
$7500 Grand prize
$2500 Second prize
Prizes 3-7 are $1000 Winners
$50 Raffle Ticket gains entrance for
1 person
$25 at the door once all raffle
tickets are sold
Drinks, Beer, Wine and Soda
and Hero Sandwiches included
Raffles and a 50/50 Drawing
Raffle tickets available in lounge
Kyle Avondet or Steve Bermudez
Fund Raiser…
Friday
November 21st
7 - 11 PM
Dance to the music of the
Knights of Columbus
Oceanside, NY 11572
"New Years Eve
Extravaganza"
December 31st, 2014
Appetizers
Shrimp & Crab Meat Cocktails
Cheese Platter & Pasta Station
Dinner Choice of Prime Rib or Fish
Knight's Hall
OPEN BAR
$45 per person
- Coffee Bar - Ice Cream Bar
Family Style Dinner
(all you can eat)
Dessert - Coffee or Tea
OPEN BAR
Champagne Toast at Midnight
Signature Sound Entertainment
and
A special Appearance by
"ELVIS"
Plenty of parking
Reservations a must:
Hank Kiesche at 536-8264
Or John Gallo at 764-2516
Music by
Signature Sounds Entertainment
Featuring Guest Performers
Time: 8pm to 1am
Price $75.00 per Person
Part Hats - Noise Makers– Balloons
Reservations call John Gallo @
516-764-2516
RINCÓN HISPANO
16 DE NOVIEMBRE, 2014
XXXIII DOMINGO ORDINARIO
Yo tengo designio de paz, no de
aflicción, dice el Señor. Me invocareis y yo os escuchare y os librare
de vuestra esclavitud dondequiera
que os encontréis.
Primera Lectura Proverbios 31, 10
-13. 19-20. 30-31: “Trabaja con la
destreza de sus manos."
Salmo Responsorial 127: " Dichoso
el que teme al Señor."
Segunda Lectura Tesalonicenses 5,
1-6: "Que el día del Señor no os sorprenda como un ladrón".
RETIRO DE ADVIENTO: Lugar salón 101-102 del Edificio Parroquial, el día 13 de Diciembre hora de 3:00PM
terminando con una Vigilia/ Misa en la Capilla a las
9:00PM. El retiro será impartido por la Corporativa Jesuita,
colaborador Hermano Lisandro Peña.
Lectura del Santo Evangelio San Mateo 25, 14-30:
“Has sido fiel en lo poco, pasa al banquete de tu Señor.”
La intensión de la misa del día de hoy es por Fidelina y
Percio Peña. Par a intensiones de la misa comunicar se
con la hermana Marcela Severino telf. 516-763-0937.
Noche Nacional de Oración por la Vida: Diciembre 8, hora desde las 9:00 PM hasta la 1:00
AM. Fue la Fiesta de Nuestra Inmaculada Concepción (entonces celebramos en diciembre 12)
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Patrona de las
Américas y de los recién nacidos, primera aparición a St. Juan Diego. La noche Nacional de
oración por la Vida es un puente de estas dos
fiestas en honor a Nuestra Bendecida Madre para orar por
su intercepción para que se establezca la Cultura de la vida,
protección por la persecución a la Iglesia y pedirle para que
la tierra reviva. Todos están invitados a participar! Regístrese en la Edificio Parroquial por 1/2 hora y venga a
rezar por ese tiempo en la Iglesia.
Misa a la Virgen de Guadalupe en dos
Idiomas (Inglés & Español): En la Iglesia St. Anthony el Día 12 de diciembre,
2014 hora 7:00PM comenzando con el
Santo Rosario (en 5 idiomas).
Adoración Eucarística:
Todos los Jueves en la Iglesia
12:00PM hasta las 5:00PM.
Fiestas 2014 St. Vicente de Paul: La despensa necesita
abastecerse para estas fiestas, necesitamos productos no
perecederos. Cuando hagas tu compra aparta alimentos
para St. Vicente de Paul. Dios te bendecirá en grande.
EL GRUPO CARISMATICO: Te invita este viernes en
la Capilla comenzando con el Santo Rosario de 7:00PM A
9:00PM. Tendremos la Santa Palabra, Alabanzas, cantos y
danzas al Rey de Reyes y Señor de Señores. Te esperamos
no te quedes.
BAUTISMOS Y CLASES DE RICA: Par a infor mación
y registración comunicarse con el hermano Ernesto de la
Cruz telf. 917-832-0670.
CONFESIONES Y ATENCION PASTORAL: Todos
los domingo después de la misa y los viernes en la Capilla
a las 8:00pm, en caso de emergencia llamar al Padre Donald Gannon telf. 516-764-0048 ext. 2509.
Para asuntos de notario o Real Estate: comunicarse con
el hermano José González cel.: 516-351-7272 y Ofic. 516706-9001.
FAITH DIRECT: No se olvide haga su donación semanal
a través del nuevo sistema automático, regístrese entrando
a la siguiente dirección www.faithdirect.net debe de utilizar
el código de la parroquia NY581. Necesita su cuenta ahorros, tarjeta de crédito o su debit card.
continuado
Rincón Hispano continuado:
Misa 11-16-2014: ME: Yoly Burdier, Violeta Sánchez y
Porfirio Sánchez. MO: Kenia Peralta, Darían Imberto y
Anthony Montony. Lectores: Carmen Rodríguez y Ana
Suriel.
Misa 11-23-2014: ME: Alsimeida Dorvil, Aurora Báez
(Lola) y Miladis Duran. MO: Rafael Jiménez, Ashtin Tavares y Emely Duran. Lectores: Natividad Martínez y Julio
Martínez.
Misa 11-30-2014: ME: Dionisia Martínez, Sonia Díaz y
Carmen Peralta. MO: Joel Jiménez, Fendy Estévez y Nathalie Rodríguez. Lectores: Amarilys Rodríguez y María
Rey.
St. Agnes Cathedral School
Rockville Centre
Altar Server Assignments
November 22 & 23
Team Two
5:00 PM – Church
8:00 AM – Church
9:30 AM – Church
10:00AM – Chapel
11:00 AM – Church
11:30 AM – Chapel
12:30 PM – Church
5:00 PM – Church
678-5550
November 22 & 23 - Assignments
Prospective Kindergarten Families
LECTOR: Team 3
Come see and hear about our Kindergarten Program
Thursday, November 20th
9:30 Am Information Meeting
Followed by classroom visits
FAMILIES ANONYMOUS
Families Anonymous (FA) is a Twelve Step support
program for concerned parents, relatives and friends
of someone who uses mind-altering drugs or alcohol
or who demonstrates related behavioral problems.
5:00 PM – Church
Kathy Ruscito
8:00 AM – Church
9:30 AM – Church
10:00AM – Chapel
11:00 AM – Church
11:30 AM – Chapel
12:30 PM – Church
5:00 PM – Church
David Campmier
Laura Conroy
Joann Caramanico
Joan Keefe
Peter Lockwood
Carol Hayes
Patrick Connell
November 22 & 23 Assignments
Extraordinary Ministers
of the Eucharist: Team 4
The group meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30
PM at St. Raymond's School in the cafeteria,
263 Atlantic Avenue, East Rockaway.
For more information: www.FamiliesAnonymous.org
or email: [email protected] or
call Adrianne at (516) 569-4148.
Every Wednesday Night
You have a chance to win over
$2,250 in prizes weekly.
Doors open at 6:00pm every
Wednesday.
All monies go to support over 20 charities.
Knights of Columbus Hall
Nicky Fecentese &
Anthony Iaquinta
Patrick Clarke, Christina Grassi
Joe Prendergast, Connor Suhovsky,
James & Sean Keeney
Adult Servers
Juliet Hagens, Anthony Parella
Chris Hagens
Adult Servers
Victoria Gamarra, Emily Pignataro
Brian & Elizabeth McGrath
5 PM – Church
8:00 AM – Church
9:30 AM – Church
10:00 AM – Chapel
11:00 AM – Church
11:30 AM – Chapel
12:30 PM – Church
5:00 PM - Church
Hope LaMagna, Kathy Spataro,
Tom Florio
Anthony Settineri, Olga Dunning,
Eileen DeAcetis
Larry Morgenlander, Theresa D'Amico
Joann Caramanico, Joan Hartman
Ginny Wasserman, Ann Theresa
Regina Pasqualino, Peggy Polacco,
Lori Fusco
Anita Pepe, Kathy Meyers
Gale & Sal Bartolo
Weekly Support Group Meetings
AA Sun. November 16,
Mon. November 17,
Thurs. November 20,
Sun. November 23,
NA Tues. November 18,
7:30 PM—cafeteria
7:30 PM—cafeteria
7:30 PM - cafeteria
7:30 PM - cafeteria
8:00 PM - cafeteria
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