Roman Catholic Church of St. Matthew

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Roman Catholic Church of St. Matthew
SCHEDULE OF MASSES
Roman Catholic
Church of St.Matthew
The Salvation of Souls is the Supreme Law
35 North Service Road,
Dix Hills, New York 11746
Tel: (631) 499 -8520 Fax: (631) 499 -1530
www.smrcc.org
Office Hours: Monday-Friday at the Parish Center 9:00 am –5:00 pm
August 14, 2011
The 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Rev. Robert S. Hewes
Pastor
Parochial Vicars
Rev. Lawrence Chadwick and Rev. Raymond Akpunonu
Visiting Priest
Rev. Thomas Betuyre
Pastoral Associates
Sister Anthony Therese Roncallo, O. P.
Sister Kathleen McCarthy, O. P.
DEACONS
James McQuade, James Hanly,
Carmine DeStefano, Luis Roberto Polanco
Saturday 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. Spanish Mass
Sunday 7:00, 8:00 , 9:00 (Tridentine Mass in the
Chapel); 9:30 (Family Mass), 11:00 a.m. (Choir Mass) ,
12:15, and 5:15 (Youth Mass)
Weekday Masses take place in the chapel
9:00 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. and the Saturday 9:00 a.m.
in the Chapel.
Eve Of Holyday 5:15 and 7:30 p.m.
Holyday Will Be Printed In The Bulletin
CONFESSIONS
Saturday 3:45–4:45p.m.
Eve of Holyday & Eve of First Friday - 3:45– 4:45p.m.
And at any other time, please call to make an
appointment with a priest.
BAPTISMS SCHEDULE
The first 3 Sundays of each month at 1:30 p.m. and the
4th Saturday of the month at 12:30 p.m. Contact the
Parish Center to arrange the ceremony and to register for
the Baptismal Preparation Class which meets on the last
Tuesday of the month at 8:00 p.m. The only exception is
in December when no class is held.
MARRIAGE
Arrangements should be made at least 6 months in
advance and should be made prior to making plans for a
reception. Call the Parish Center for an appointment with
the priest or deacon you wish to witness your wedding.
All couples are required to attend Pre-Cana.
INSTRUCTIONS IN THE FAITH
Those seeking information about the Catholic Faith
are invited to contact the Parish Center concerning
the R.C.I.A. Program.
DEVOTIONS
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
In the chapel, Monday through Friday at 1:00 p..m. and
concluding with Benediction at 5:00 p.m.
FIRST FRIDAY
Masses are at 9:00a.m. & 5:15 p.m. Exposition of the
Holy Eucharist takes place in the chapel from1:00 to 5:00
p.m., concluding with Benediction.
FIRST SATURDAY– 8:15 a.m. devotions
ANOINTING OF THE SICK The Sacrament is available EVERY SATURDAY after
the 9:00 a.m. Mass , the Sacrament is available for those
who are to undergo a serious medical procedure the
following week or who have a serious illness and who
have not been anointed within the past three months. If
you wish to be anointed, please let the celebrant know
before Mass.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA –
Monday-– 5:15 p.m. Mass in the Chapel.
CHARISMATIC PRAYER
Takes place every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.
PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK
Holy Communion will be ministered to those confined at
home. Those who are seriously ill should request a priest
for the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.
PARISH REGISTRATION
New families and new parishioners are encouraged to
register at St. Matthew. Registration forms are available
at the Parish Center. Kindly notify us when you move so
that we may send a letter to your new pastor.
PARISH SCHOOL—HOLY FAMILY REGIONAL
Please contact: Principal, Constance Jenkins-543-0202
Thursday
Young Seniors 9:00 a.m.
Apostleship of Prayer- First
Thursday after 9: 00 Mass
Adult Choir practice 7:30 p.m. in
Tuesday
Rosary Society meets the first
Family Room
Tuesday after the first
Festival Choir: 2nd & 3rd ThursSunday of each month at 7:00
day in Family Room
p.m.
Friday
K of C General/Business Meeting
Jr. Legion of Mary 6:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
Saturday
(2nd & 4th Tuesday of each
Bible Study 10:30 am
month)
Spanish Bible Study 1:00 p.m.
Tridentine Mass Choir (Latin)
4:00 p.m. in Family Room
Dolores Tiernan
Monday
Novena 5:15 p.m.
Legion of Mary 3:00 p.m.
ALTAR SERVERS
Hugo Hugasian
586-3932
APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER
Kathryn Giandoreggio
491-3735
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Chris Felice www.stmatthewathletics.org
Moderator. Sr. K. McCarthy 499-8520 x124
BAPTISMAL PROGRAM: PLEASE
CALL TO REGISTER
Deacon James McQuade
586-5326
Bettyanne Russo
499-8520
BEREAVEMENT
Sr. Anthony Therese
499-8520
Maryann DeVeau
745-1570
Kathryn Monaco Douglas
495-8541
BIBLE STUDY
Anthony Albano
586-4827
BOY SCOUTS
Sal LaRosa
516-567-6486
BULLETIN: email: [email protected]
Bettyanne Russo
499-8520 x 126
BUSINESS OFFICE ACCOUNTING
Dolores Tiernan, Mgr
499-8520
CATHOLIC MINISTRIES APPEAL
John Gatto
499-8520 x 117
C.C.D. -RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Mary Donaldson ,D.R.E.
864-3321
Rita Minder, Assistant
CHAPLIN OF D.H.F.D.
Deacon James Hanly
427-2641
CHARISMATIC GROUP
Louise Williams
265-7007
CHEFS ON CALL
Sr. Kay McCarthy, Moderator
Mary Motlenski
Judy Archbold
ADULT CHOIR
Thomas Tirino-Director
586-7446
667-4629
499-8520 x116
Dolores Tiernan, Coordinator
FESTIVAL CHOIR
Thomas Tirino-Director
499-8520 x116
Business Manager
Richard Bove
Finance Chairperson
Dir. of Music Ministry
August 6th & 7th
Sister
Kathleen McCarthy
$22,184.00
Thank You!
TRIDENTINE CHOIR (LATIN) CHOIR
Thomas Tirino-Director
499-8520 x116
Ed Oriani - Cantor
COMPASSIONATE CARE AND
CONSOLATION MINISTRY
Sr. Anthony Therese
499-8520 x120
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Julie Cohen
Thomas Tirino
Weekly Collection
586-2553
Parish Outreach
Deacon
Carmine DeStefano &
Joseph Napolitano
Trustees
PRE-CANA
Deacon James McQuade
586-5326
RCIA
Marie Prainito
499-4725
Robert A. Ruvio
595-2175
RIGHT TO LIFE
Toni Shannon
586-3807
ROSARY ALTAR SOCIETY
Carmela Sposato
499-7648
SECRETARY TO THE PASTOR/
PARISH SECRETARY
Bettyanne Russo
499-8520 x 126
SENIOR CITIZENS
Edna Koch
499-6325
Dix Hills Unit
351-3253
SONS OF ITALY
Anne Klein
549-4278
STEWARDSHIP/HOSPITALITY
Marge Puccio
667-1176
ST. VINCENT de PAUL
John Gatto
499-8520
USHERS
Thomas Siegler
920-2055
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS
OF HOLY COMMUNION
Ray Smolenski
243-0449
FAMILY ROSARY GROUP
Paul Pileggi
424-2364
FEED THE POOR MINISTRY
Frank Harnos
499-0074
Julie Maddaloni
242-2183
FOOD PANTRY
Sr. Kay McCarthy
499-8520x124
John Gatto
499-8520 x117
KIDS 4 KARING
Kara Lulley
643-7636
Sr. Kay McCarthy, Moderator
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
G.K. Joseph Montelle
347-546-6317
YOUNG SENIORS
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SQUIRES
499-8520 x120
Sir Francis Scotti
917-567-9829 Sr. Anthony Therese
LECTORS
YOUTH MINISTRY
Helen Campa
586-0682
Daniel Barbier
543-3754
LEGION OF MARY
Terry Sbashnig
254-9472
MINISTRY OF PRAISE
Rosemary Sammon
499-5176
Ministry is what
MOMMY & ME
we leave in our
Caroline Rafferty
351-1328
Silvia Campa
254 -6827
wake as we
PARISH OUTREACH
follow Jesus.
Sr. Kay McCarthy
499-8520x124
PILGRIM MADONNA
Adreana Napolitano
673-9353
-Gerald Hartis
PLANT ENGINEER
Luis Flores
274-9471
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MASSES OF THE WEEK
Saturday August 13
5:00 pm Alice Federico
Rose Romanelli
John Martin
Norma Nicolette
Judith Sage
Wanda Laudenback
7:00 pm For the People of the Parish
Sunday August 14
7:00 am Wanda Laudenback
8:00 am Walter Fox
9:00 am Nellie Deveraux
9:30 am Margaret Finn
11:00 am Gino Zavoli
12:15 pm Patricia Zurawel
5:15 pm Mary Lo Duca
Monday August 15(Not a Holy Day of Obligation)
9:00 am Grace & Josephine Marra
12:15 pm Gerald T. Lane Jr.
5:15 pm Robert & Joseph Stangl
Tuesday August 16
9:00 am Manfred Jenkleit
5:15 pm Robert M. Dombrowski
Wednesday August 17
9:00 am Ernest LaFroscia
5:15 pm Mary Murphy
Thursday August 18
9:00 am Maria&Domenico Tropeano& Aida & Joseph Vuoso
5:15 pm Dr. John M. Campaiola
Friday August 19
9:00 am Sofronio Calingasan and Deceased Family
5:15 pm Catherine Cagnoto
Saturday August 20
9:00 am Alondra Chrissotimos
Julia Pallini
William Driscoll
Agnes Trill Funk
Dean Mandarino
Robert C. Schery
5:00 pm Ramon V. Geslani
Kathleen Kit
Antonia Klimek
Frank Sluka
Craig Beauman
David Guichard
7:00 pm For Souls in Purgatory
Sunday August 21
7:00 am Frank Bogus
8:00 am For the People of the Parish
9:00 am Florence Keegan
9:30 am Anna Cortina
11:00 am Matthew J. Ferrara
12:15 pm Jerry Marra 50th Anniversary
5:15 pm John Murphy
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Mass Schedule note:
This year as per the current canonical regulations in
effect in the United States this Monday, August 15 th,
the Feast of the Assumption of the BVM is NOT a Holy
Day of Obligation. However, an extra Mass will be offered at 12:15 PM. The Mass schedule for that day will
be: 9AM in the church; 12:15 PM in the church; 5:15
PM in the Chapel.
The Altar Flowers
and Altar Candles
are in Loving Memory of
Mary LoDuco
MINISRY SCHEDULES
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
August 20th & 21st
5:00 p.m. R. Grande, A. Crowley, J. Commisso, D. Tiernan
8:00 a.m. I. Lucie, K. DiGiovanna, J. Gatto, J. D’Agostino**
9:30 a.m. M. Prainito, F. Manetta, D. Barbier, J. McIntyre
11:00 a.m. E. Vincente, E. McEvoy, G. Comanducci, E. Lanna
12:15 p.m. A. Sosnilo, B. Abadom, A. Ricca, A. Fazio
5:15 p.m. M. Brennan, R. Reyes
August 20th &21st
Sat. 5:00 p.m. J. Seefried
Sun. 7:00 a.m. M. Puccio
8:00 a.m . B. Stio
9:30 a.m. C. Vieytez
11:00 a.m. K. Zaki
12:15 p.m. J. Luna
5:15 p.m. No assigned lector
Altar Server Schedule August 13 & 14
Saturday August 13th – 5:00 pm
Rocco Cipriano, Thomas LaRosa, Joseph Nestola, Travis Ricca
Sunday August 14th – 7:00 am
Angelo & Joseph Ambrosio
Sunday August 14th – 8:00 am
Steven Furlan, Mark & Nicholas Petosa
Sunday August 14th – 9:30 am
Matthew Francucci, Matthew Gacek, Devin & Shannon Iezzoni,
Brendan Jaghab, Sean Lenahan
Sunday August 14th – 11:00 am
Hope & Teresa McDavid, Kazimierz Jr.& Ziemowit Ryder
Sunday August 14th –12:15pm
Joseph Aurilia, Cayla Caravana, Michael Koone, Daniel Mehr, Alexandria Miceli
Sunday August 14th – 5:15 pm
Ryan Glass, Michele Hamparian
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Mass Schedule note:
This year as per the current canonical regulations in effect in the United States this Monday, August 15th, the Feast of the Assumption of the BVM is NOT a Holy Day of Obligation. However, an extra Mass will be offered at 12:15 PM. The Mass schedule for that day
will be: 9AM in the church; 12:15 PM in the church; 5:15 PM in the Chapel.
This and That
As many of you know we are in the midst of our annual Summer Religious Education
Program. It is a marvel of dedication, planning, and commitment on the part of not
only our Religious Education Staff, but also over a 100 volunteer teachers, helpers,
nurse, and even traffic directors. No other parish to my knowledge mounts such an
effort in the summer. Nearly 500 students share in daily Mass, the opportunity for the
Sacrament of Penance, classroom instruction, recreation, guest speakers, and recreational activities. I am also grateful to Fathers Raymond and Thomas for their assistance with the Sacraments.
One point needs emphasis: flexibility in following the directions of the volunteer parking
lot monitors. While the program is in session parking spots right along the curb next
to the Parish Center are roped off to provide a safe meeting place for the parents and
children. When the session is finished for the day all the regular parking spots will be
available as usual.
I’m happy to announce the initiation of a new Children’s’ Choir program for Grades
One through Eight. The children at the Summer Program will be taking flyers home
concerning this and information either is in this week’s bulletin or will be in the next.
The new vocal ensembles will be under the overall direction of Thomas Tirino, our
Parish Music Director, and the immediate supervision and guidance of Nicole Nicholson, an accomplished music teacher and educator. We are lucky to have such talented and dedicated people in our music program! Full information is also on our
Parish Website www.smrcc.org under the ―Music‖ tab.
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We Pray, especially for our
Service Men & Women:
We Remember In Prayer
Those Who Are Sick or In
Need In Our Church And
Jeffrey Kostiv, Dorothy
Matigzeck, James Flynn,
Louis Carpet, Erin Berrios,
Rev. Bonaventure Thekkeveetil, Salvatore Montesano, Pat Schallock,
Babies John & Elizabeth Joseph, Joseph Grimaldi, Fred Kelly, Grace Izzo, Frank Koone,
Marilyn Abbot, Lauri Kramer, Kathleen Scott,
Babies Ty Campbell Remy Zappulla & Mia
Rose. T.J. Farrel, Michael Morgan Jr., Tina
Quarella, Joseph & Rita Frank, Ann Posa, Avi
Bernstein, Linda Romero, Michael Sikalis,
John Ree, Dori Costa, Gloria DelVecchio,
Lorraine Trunzo, Margaret Shelton, Michael
Leonard Silecchia, Peter Ariola Sr. Joseph
Fouad, Ginger Schikowitz, Chelsea Sullivan,
Diane Komito, Francis Hagens, Lorraine
Tollefsen, Shane Breslin, Dorothy McCartney,
Marianna Raaidy, Anna Cusucci, Faye
D'Amore, Antonella Lauretta, Adrianna Napolitano, Carmella Michka, Jerome Min,
Stephen & Donna Regis, Donna Hopkins, William Lott, Anthony D’Amico, Gabrielle Manganaro, Lois McGuinness, Leo Perry, Evan
Schnepf, John and Michael Gurrieri, Josephine Flynn, Linda and Garret Lee, Marie
Crupi, Russell Booksaver, Maria Contreres,
Joseph Strippoli, William Tracy, Doreen Richter, Baby Chloe Atienza, Joseph DeRosa,
Scott Pfiefer, Calvin Smith, Valentino Manetta,
Rita Cornetta.
Edward S. Connolly
Alice Kempton
Gerard McQueeney
Capt. Richard Macchio-Army-1st Air
Cavalry deployed to Afghanistan ,
Robert Hoops QM1, Bahrain—Navy, Sgt. Matthew
O’Malley, Afghanistan--Army, LCPL Michael Porfidio, Marine in Afghanistan, Robert Gabriellini,
Navy—Afghanistan, Petty Officer Lawrence B.
Famighette United States Navy - Afghanistan, Cpl
Louis Angulo-Afghanistan, Corporal Michael Grella
— Navy Airman, Lt. Russell Baker– Marines, Lieut.
Col. Christopher Herrera--Afghanistan-Army, Lt.
Michael Lembo, First Lieut. Michael DiPietro-ArmyIraq, PFC James Suschinsky-USMC, Stacyann
Willingham-Combat medic– Army, Pvt. Stephen C.
Cochrane– Marines-Afghanistan, LCPC. Marc
Krauthamer-Marines, Iraq, Sgt. P.J. Milana– Marines, Iraq., Capt. Francis Xavier Sperl-Army, Sgt.
Shurwin Julien-Army-Iraq., Lt. Col. Robert WrightMarines, Lance Corporal Robert KirschenheiterMarines-Iraq, Corpsman Devon Westerlind-Navy,
Wayne Corrigan – Iraq, Christian Suarez -Marines,
Stephanie Uliano -Air Force, Major Shirley Crumpton, Sgt. Travis Coleir, Sean Keeffe -Army, Tara
Kelly, Chris Skala - Marines, Sr Airman Leah
Dunne, Paul Ryder - Marines, Nicky Bivona - Navy,
LCPL Andrew Dubriske, Michael Wissemann, LPL
San Sievero -Marines, Ambrose Michelino, Jarod
Racuot-Army, Robert Scarpelli, Anthony Lazado Marines , Richard Freese, Jr. -Navy, Rho Nagasguna - Marines ,Michael Doherty -Army, Pablo
Quirindongo-CW4-Army, Cpl. Ronnie BelmarezMarines, Lt. Christopher Grande-Navy.
Welcome Home!
Sgt. Michael T. Hughes
Dear Parishioners & friends,
If you have someone serving in the military, especially currently stationed in the Middle East, please contact Sister Anthony Therese 499-8520 x 120, with: Name, Rank and
Branch of Service. Please contact her when the Serviceperson returns to the U.S.
BULLETIN DEADLINES:
August 21st Deadline Passed
August 28 due by August 17
Please email your information to: [email protected] OR Place your TYPED copy in the
Bulletin Mailbox located in the Parish Center Main Office.
Thank You!
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September Weddings
First Time
Keith Bader & Pamela Vissichelli
Second Time
Bernd Schueren & Carrie Rockwood
Vincent Marano & Danielle Dionisio
Dominic Abbriano & Toni D'Acunti
Please join the millions worldwide who
pray each day for the monthly prayer
intentions of Pope Benedict XVI. Since
1844 the members of the Apostleship
of Prayer have offered themselves to
God for the salvation of souls, the
Church, the intentions of all Apostles of
Prayer, and the intentions of the Pope.
World Youth Day. That World Youth Day in Madrid may
encourage young people throughout the world to have their
lives rooted and built up in Christ.
Western Christians. That Western Christians may be open
to the action of the Holy Spirit and rediscover the freshness
and enthusiasm of their faith.
Could you spend 1 hour or 1/2 hour with
Jesus in our church Mon.-Fri. between the
hours of 1 and 5 p.m.? Call Tonie Shannon
at 586-3807 if you are able to commit to a
particular time and day each week or
month. You can also sign up at the reception desk.
All are welcome to join us on First Fridays
for Eucharistic Adoration throughout the
night, Friday 6:00 p.m. to Saturday 9:00 a.m. At 8 p.m. we
meditate on the lives of Jesus and Mary as we pray all four
Mysteries of the Rosary and at 3 a.m. we pray the Chaplet
of The Divine Mercy.
If you would like to be a Eucharistic Guardian, please call
Lisa at (631) 499-6684.
DAILY OFFERING PRAYER
God, our Father, I offer You my day. I offer You my
prayers, thoughts, words, actions, joys, and sufferings in union with Your Son Jesus' Heart, who continues to offer Himself in the Eucharist for the salvaMon– Fri 1:00pm-5:00 pm Come let us adore Him!
tion of the world. May the Holy Spirit, who guided
"Lord Jesus, Your compassion for us is beyond our underJesus, be my guide and my strength today so that I
standing! I bring the needs of all my loved ones before
may witness to Your love. With Mary, the mother of You. please draw them close and heal them."
our Lord and of the Church, I pray especially for
Five Minutes with the Word
this month's intentions as proposed by the Holy FaThe next First Friday Nocturnal
ther. Amen .
Eucharistic Adoration is Fri. August 5, 6:00 p.m. to
Sat. Aug 6th, 9:00 a.m. in the Chapel.
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The next Respect Life meeting will be
August 16, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mirror Room.
Everyone is welcome.
Don’t Forget Your Baby Bottle!
Saint Matthew
Baby Bottle Campaign to benefit
the Life Center of Long Island
Remember to bring in
those baby bottles!
In August, Saint Matthew ‘kicked-off’ its Baby Bottle Campaign to benefit The Life
Center of Long Island. The weekend to bring those filled baby bottles in is:
SEPTEMBER 10TH & 11TH
The Life Center is a pregnancy help center that counsels women and men who are
experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. They provide maternity housing, medical care
referrals, cribs, car seats, diapers and ALL other baby items that are needed.
Remember that all it takes is your change in a baby bottle and heartfelt prayer to
make a big, positive difference for all those we serve. May every drop of a coin
remind you to pray with our whole heart for the lives of our pre born children!
The Gospel today announces that the kingdom and salvation are for all people. It
is our persistent calling out to Jesus and our faith that count, for Jesus always
responds.
With love for your neighbors who have nothing, look around your
house to see what furniture, household items, and clothing you no
longer use…and give it to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
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Arturo Toscanini Lodge #2107 invite lodge members, family members, friends and
the parishioners from St. Matthew to attend our ANNUAL SUMMER PICNIC ON SEPTEMBER
11,2011 AT HOYT FARM, COMMACK,NY. FROM 12 Noon to 4:00 pm. rain or shine! A full picnic meal catered by Zorns will be available plus soft drinks, beer, coffee, tea, watermelon and
dessert. The cost is $25.00 pp. with a rate of $10.00 for children ages 9-14 and free for children under the age of 9. There are activities for all ages: playgrounds, ball fields, Bocce and
games for all. There is a covered pavilion with tables and benches to protect all from too
much sunshine or a chance of rain showers. Time will be set aside to honor the fallen and that
sad anniversary and remembrance of 9/11/2001. For reservations and information call: Ron
and Gloria Colatosti @631-499-3431 or night number 631-499-3630 or Dominick Tringali
@631-499-9132.
Please respond by Sept. 4 so an accurate count can be taken for the caterer.
Wednesday, September 7th - Sunday, September 11th
nd
32 Annual Grande Festa Italiana, North Hempstead Beach Park, Port Washington Largest and oldest feast
on Long Island! Rides for kids 1-99 (9/7 & 9/8-ride all night for $25; 9/11-ride free 12:30-1 :30), games, delicious food, live entertainment Thurs-Sun night, gambling casino, fireworks Friday night at 9:30. Open 6-11 pm
Wed - Fri night, Sat/Sun 2- 11pm. Ample parking. All proceeds donated to charity. Northern Pkwy (Exit 29N)
Take Roslyn Rd N to end, bear left on West Shore Rd for 2.4 miles; entrance on right. Visit marinolodge.org or
call (516) 767-3123 for more information. As always, the feast is being sponsored by the John M. Marino
Lodge Order Sons of Italy in America
St. Hugh Productions presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.
Performances are Saturdays at 7:30 PM: 11/5, 11/12 and 11/19
Sundays at 2 PM: 11/6, 11/13 and 11/20
Auditions for adult roles and adult chorus:
Wednesday, August 31st and Thursday, September 1st at 7:30pm at the
St. Hugh Parish Center Auditorium
1450 New York Avenue
Huntington Station, NY 11746
No audition necessary for kids. Children interested can sign up on either of the adult audition dates.
For more information please call Kathy (631)549-4761
Dominican Village is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, Independent and Assisted Living Residence Rental
Retirement Community offering outstanding programs, all inclusive services and bountiful amenities.
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday August 20th 1-3 pm
Thursday August 25th 1-3 pm
Saturday Sept. 10th 1-3 pm
Thursday Sept. 15th 1-3 pm
Saturday Sept. 24th 1-3 pm
Thursday Sept. 29th 1-3 pm
For further information, or to schedule a tour at your convenience, contact us today at 631-842-6091 or
[email protected]
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Once again, it is time to begin preparations for the diocesan Golden Wedding
Jubilee celebrations. This fall, couples that have been married fifty years or
more will be honored at liturgies on Sunday, October 16 th at the Church of Saint
Rose of Lima in Massapequa and on Sunday, November 6 th at the Church of
Christ the King in Commack. Both liturgies will begin at 2:30 pm. Couples may
choose whichever liturgy is most convenient for them.
This fall, couples that have been married fifty years or more will be honored at
liturgies on Sunday, October 16 at the Church of Saint Rose of Lima in Massapequa and on Sunday, November 6th at the Church of Christ the King in Commack. Both liturgies will begin at 2:30 pm. Couples may register for ONE liturgy.
The Registration form is printed on the next page of this bulletin. This is a
change from the postcards used in the past.
Registration must be received by Sept. 25th for the October 16th liturgy and by October 15th
for the November 6th liturgy. There will be additional celebrations in the spring for those who may
find that more convenient. If you have any questions you may call 516-678-5800, extension 207.
After you fill out the registration portion of the flyer, we ask that you present it to the Parish Secretary to be signed and mailed to the Office of Worship so that the certificates, booklets, etc. can be
prepared.
PLAYGROUND ON THE PARISH GROUNDS
As you know, we have a small outdoor playground at St. Matthew’s. Each year, the ground
covering has to be refilled as the small chips blow away and become depleted. In addition,
the slide and swing set is worn, very splintery and in poor condition. Hence, we need to replace them and install a safe, permanent ground covering.
We, including Father Hewes, have looked at various playgrounds and have had bids to do
the job. As we try to be responsible stewards, we want the most durable and the most cost
effective equipment.
To achieve this, we need your help. We appreciate any help that you donate for this. No amount is too
small or too big! We have about 4,800 registered families. If each family contributed $10, we can do this.
However, we’ll surely accept more than $10 a family! It is when everyone tries to contribute, as small as it
may be, that we can achieve our goals. I’m hoping for a 100% response.
Please make your checks out to St. Matthew’s. Of course, we’ll also accept cash. Please put PLAYGROUND on the outside envelope. Truly, you the Parishioners of St. Matthew’s have always been very generous and have always cherished our children. We are very grateful to you.
The beautiful painting above the playground pictures Jesus bringing the children to Him. My hope and
prayer is that the children come to our Church and also enjoy the playground and other facilities at our Parish
Center.
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Tune into "Religion and Rock" with Msgr. Jim Vlaun on Sunday from 7:00 AM- 8:00 AM on
WBAB 102.3 FM or 95.3 FM on Long Island's East End. Listen on Saturdays at 11:00 PM on Sirius Radio, Channel
159, the Catholic Channel and at 11:00 PM on XM Satellite, Channel 117.
Next Sunday's (August 21st) theme is, “Accepting Differences” don't miss it! To listen online or receive more information regarding Religion and Rock go to www.ReligionandRock.com or at "Religion & Rock" on iTUNES.
Don't forget to tune into TELECARE, Cablevision Channel 29/137 or Verizon FIOS 296 or visit www.telecaretv.org for
the Best Catholic Television! Download the Telecare TV App at the app store and listen to R&R!
PROFESSIONAL THERAPY AND COUNSELING
Family, marriage, and individual therapies, provided by New York State licensed therapists, are available to our parish
and 102 other parishes. This program, under the direction of Dr. George Giuliani, has been conducted in the diocese
for the past 36 years for the convenience of parishioners. It is provided by the Catholic Counseling Center, a proprietary professional corporation, which is independent of and not controlled or supervised by the parish or diocese.
Most insurance policies, including Medicare, are honored. For confidential information and appointments, please call
Dr. Giuliani at the Catholic Counseling Center at (631) 243-2503 or go to our website at http://
www.thecatholiccounselingcenter.com.
Preventive Health Screening at Dix Hills United Methodist Church on Friday, December 2, 2011.
Consider This:
* Every 45 seconds someone has a stroke, Every 3 minutes someone dies of a stroke.
* Stroke is the #4 reason for deaths in the US
* 80% of all Strokes Can Be Prevented!!
Life Line Screening takes pride in the services we provide.
8 - 10% of all screening result in ABNORMAL to CRITICAL Findings.
The Screenings are Effective and are Saving Lives!!
A Lenten Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
$3,086 ALL INCLUSIVE per person from NY
Join Fr. Mickey Bancroft
March 17-26, 2012
EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT
Receive a $200 per person discount
BOOK BEFORE September 1, 2011
For more information or to register, please contact:
1-800-206-TOUR (8687)
www.pilgrimages.com/frmickey
Catholic Pilgrimage to the Holy Land. January 17-27, 2012. Nonstop flights from JFK. Bethlehem/Nazareth/
Jerusalem and More. Informational Office House Meeting on July 26. Call Mike Milano at 631-569-2620 for
information.
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HELPFUL PHONE NUMBERS
Life Center of Long Island: 631-243-2373
Long Island Women’s Coalition: 631- 666-8833
Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk: 631-360-3606
Child Abuse: 631- 439-0480
Daytop: 1-800-2-DAYTOP
Brighter Tomorrows: 631- 395-1800
The Retreat (Domestic Violence Hotline) 631- 329-1200
Birthright: 631- 821-9727
Seabury Barn: 631- 331-8817
Catholic Charities (Food Stamp Info): 631- 789-9546
Fidelis (Family Health Plus): 1-888-343-3547
Good Shepherd Hospice: 631-376-3758
Hope House Ministries: 631- 473-6030
Alcoholics Anonymous 24-Hr Hotline: 631- 669-1124
Suicide Prevention 1-800-SUICIDE
Marriage Encounter 1-866-499-6354
Retrouvaille 1-800-470-2230
D.R.V.C. Special phone line for reporting allegations of sexual abuse by church personnel
and volunteers 516-594-9063.
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Church Name: St. Matthew
Church City: Dix Hills, NY
Routing Code: R
Run Number: 1
Phone: 631-499-8520
Fax: 631-499-1530
Editor: Bettyanne Russo
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