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7:30 AM, 9:00 - NativityStStans.org
101-41 91st Street, Ozone Park, New York, 11416
Tel: 718.845.3691 • Fax: 718.845.8978
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nativityststans.org
Fr. Paul C. Palmiotto, Pastor
Rev. Angelo B. Pezzullo, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Andrzej Salwowski, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Reinaldo Saldarriaga, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Andrew A. Marchello, Retired
Deacon Edward J. Guster, Jr.
Mrs. Elizabeth Perretta, Religious Education Director
Michael Zabrocki, Director of Music Ministry
Marylou Bermingham, Parish Secretary
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church
Sunday Masses: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM (Italian), 10:30 AM
12:00 PM, 1:30 PM (Filipino 3rd Sunday of ea. month) & 6:30 PM
Daily Mass: 7:00 AM, 8:00 AM & 9:00 AM (No 8:00 Mass in July & August)
Saturday Mass: 9:00 AM • Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30 PM, 7:00 PM (Spanish)
Holy Days of Obligation: As announced in the bulletin
St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Church
Location-Rockaway Bld. & 88 Street
Sunday Masses: 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM (Polish)
& 12:30 PM
Daily 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM & 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday by appointment only
We celebrate this sacrament on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month at Nativity and the 2nd & 3rd Sundays at St. Stanislaus
(must have original birth certificate). Please call the Rectory to make arrangements.
Parishioners who are intending to marry must contact the Rectory at least six months before the date on
which they wish to marry to begin their pre-marital preparation for this sacred event in their lives.
This Sacrament is offered every Saturday from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Nativity only.
For confession at other times please contact one of the priests, for an appointment.
Please notify a priest whenever anyone is seriously ill and wishes to receive this special sacrament.
Anyone can receive this sacrament on the First Saturday of each month during the 9:00 AM Mass at Nativity BVM
This office provides for the Religious formation, and also the sacramental preparation for children of our parish who
wish to receive First Penance, First Eucharist and Confirmation must be a parishioner (receive envelopes.)
To register or for any further information, please call the Religious Education Director (718-845-1524).
Divine Mercy Catholic Academy
101-60 92nd Street, Ozone Park, NY 11416
Tel: 718-845-3074 • Fax: 718-845-5068
Sister Francis Marie, C.S.F.N., Principal
Mary Romanello, Secretary, Ext. 110
Mission Statement:
The Parish of Nativity of the BVM –St. Stanislaus B&M is a
community of diverse cultures and backgrounds. Our
purpose is to evangelize and to provide a home for all
who seek to deepen their Faith . We will continue to respect
our cultural traditions while responding to the changing needs
of our community.
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Saturday, June 22nd–Sts. Paulinas, John Fisher, Thomas More
Frances Smith
Helen Ficalora
Maria Gloria Coelho
By Gaspar & Maria Amorin
Intentions of the Priest
St Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr
Sunday, June 23rd-Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, June 23rd-Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Kai Save & Family– By son
Donato DeVito
By daughter & family
Paticia Geremia
By Sr. Francis Marie
Salvatore & Nancy Azzaro
By Gloria Catellesa
Celine Joseph Koechupura
By family
Monday, June 24th– Nativity of St. John the Baptist
Intentions of the Priest
Frances Vulpetti
By Joan & Allan Wells
John Welnicki, Sr.
By freiends
Tuesday, June 25th7:00 am
Intentions of the Priest
Virginia Holly
By Hobbs family
John Contino (Anniversary)
By wife, Ann
Wednesday, June 26th–
Intentions of the Priest
Intentions of the Priest
Claire Colamaria
By Frank, Jennifer and Fr. Frank
Thursday, June 27th-St. Cyril
Intentions of the Priest
Lydia Mercado
By sister-in-law
Mary DeBenedittis
By Maria Pacella
Friday, June 28th– St. Irenaeus
Intentions of the Priest
Intentions of the Priest
Intentions of the Priest
Saturday, June 29th-Sts. Peter & Paul, Apostles
Vito Gualtieri (Birthday)
By daughter Teresa
Paul Magula
By Caroline Catapano & family
Gino Sferrazza
By sister, Beatrice
Intentions of the Priest
Sunday, June 30th-Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Intentions of the Priest
Fortunato LoBello
By wife & children
Catholic War Veterans
Patricia Geremia
By Connie & Jane
Aly & Theresa Merola
By Woods family
Monica Martuscello Birthday Blessings
By Grandma & Aunt Barbara
Czeslaw Malyszko
By wife & children
Krysia & Slawek Wanta(10th Anniversary)
Blessing and Good Health
Sunday, June30th-Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Patricia Geremia
By Alina
Aniela Podgorczk
By Maria & Tadeusz Dworniczak & rodzina
Mr. & Mrs Jan Lizak (50th Anniversary)
By Children & Granchidlren
Collection for the weekend of
June 15th & 16th
Nativity Church
9.00 am
St Stanislaus Church
$ 1,309
Altar Bread
In loving Memory of
Anna Kuhn
Donated by
Next Week is the Collection for Peter Pence
there are extra envelopes in the back of the
churches. The Collection enables the Holy Father
to respond with emergency funds to aid the neediest throughout the world; those who suffer as a
result of war, oppression and natural disasters. It
likewise provides the faithful with a tangible opportunity to not
only empower the weak, defenseless and voiceless, but also sustain those who suffer.
The Sick of Our Parish
Tara Sanfillipo
John Moretto
Alexander Brook
John Croce
Anthony Madonna
Autilia Polisi
Angela Barillaro
Anthony Cappiello
Virginia Conti
William Sepe
Gladys Helguero
Adele Milano
Nicole Carlino
Mary Kiely
Anne Zaremski
Joseph Kellen
Desirene Gomez
Anne Liotta
Concetta Grabowski
Patricia Popik
Vito Vendegna
Haven Hobbs
Marie Costigliola
Holy Child Jesus Cafeteria
111-02 86th Avenue,
Richmond Hill
Friday,June 28th –4- 9pm
Saturday, June 29th -11am -7pm
Sunday June 30th—10am-3pm
Thousands of Books for $5.00 or less
To Benefit the Teen Drama Group, and
Cub Scout Pack 177
(books donated by Austin Book Shop)
St. John Preparatory School
(21-21 Crescent St, Astoria 11105).
TACHS 2013 Program begins Saturday, Sept 21.
In September St. John’s will be offering 7 review classes for the 2013.
TACHS exam that will be given on November 9, 2013. These classes
will review the mathematical & English concepts covered in the
TACHS exam as well as test taking Strategies . It will also include
timed tests so that students become comfortable with the timing of the
exam. There is a deposit of $100 non-refundable needed paid by July
19 and the balance due of $175 on August 23. You can
register on line and pay with a credit card by going to
Emily Gargiulo
Marianne Puglia
Alfonsina Miller
Mary Kinsky
Stella Viscardi
Mary Maletta
Barbara Martuscello
Eleanor Martuscello
Anthony Marsicano
Elizabeth Smith
Cecylia Frankowska
Linda Greco
Ed Szarek
Anne Marie Vayda
Isha Omrow
Mary Ann Franzese
Freida Pastore
Wailani Torres
Christian Burial
Please pray for those recently passed,
Joan DeRosa,
Richard Pastore, Lucille Quinn
Nativity Church Hall
Blood Drive
Saturday, August 24
From 3:30pm to 8:00pm
Eligibility Criteria:
 ID with signature or photo
 Minimum weight 110lbs.
 Age 16-75 (16ys old need parents permission)
Over 75 need doctors note.
 Eat well & drink fluids
 No tattoos for past 12 months
If you would like to donate Blood on August 24th,
please fill out the pledge form to the left and drop in
box at the back of the Church. Someone will then
contact you to make an appointment. For more information contact Ms. Patricia Kistner at 718-835-6853
11th Community Family Barbeque Picnic
Saturday , June 29, 2013 (12noon-5pm), Nativity B.V. M. Church Grounds
Children Games, Face Painting, Bingo, Raffles & Door Prizes
Basketball contest, DJ Music and Delicious Foods
Food includes a BBQ Lunch of Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Chicken cutlets and sausage and peppers,
corn on the cob , Salads and more.
Price $10per adult, $5.per child or $25. per family
Family is determined as parents and their children under 3yrs are free of charge.
You can come and go all day long.
This is hosted by : Knights of Columbus Family of Nativity Church
For tickets call the following:
Steve Jasiak
(718) 551-2333
Vinny Blandino (347) 551-6369
Jim Monforte (646) 610-3546
John McCormack (718) 843-2064
Ruben Martinez (718) 751-5911
Eddie Boes
(718) 845-7914
2013 Annual Catholic Appeal
Nativity of the BVM/St. Stanislaus B&M is once
again please to participate in the Brooklyn diocesan
Annual Catholic Appeal.
Our goal for this year is $58,850.
To date our Parish has achieved :
Pledged $45,145- 77.0%
Received $35,399– 30.1%
Donors 238 –24.6% of Parishioners
Thank you
The collection for the victims of the
Oklahoma Tornados was $1, 875.
Thank you to all who donated for
you generosity.
EWTN’s extensive coverage of
World Youth Day 2013
Join Fr. Mark and Doug Bary f “Life on the
Rock” as EWTN brings coverage of Wol
Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, July 23-28. This
year’s theme _”Go an Make Disciples of all
Nations”- takes on new meaning as Pope
Francis returns to South America fo the first
time as the Vicar of Christ. You can find
EWTN on you TV. radio. Compute and mobil
device. For more infomation, go to
Society of St.Vincent de Paul
Gives Back
Nativity of the BVM-St. Stanislaus
B&M should share in the profits.
For each car, truck or van running
or not the Society will give back to
our church $50/$100 per vehicle. Maybe you
don’t have a vehicle, but a family member or
friend or neighbor has an old or neglected vehicle in their driveway that they would like to
dispose of. Call the Society of St. Vincent de
Troop 588 does it all
Hiking, Camping, Canoeing and
We meet in Nativity’s rectory on
Friday’s at 7:30pm
This is an opportunity for you and your son to
go to Summer, Camp, Canoe, Kayak, Fish,
Rappel, Camp-out, build Camp fires and make new friends
and memories.
For more information on Scouting and how you can get involved
call James Bleakney at 718-641-4332 or
Very Important
In order to give letters of recommendation, letters
attesting to character, sponsor/godparent certificates and
other documents that may have legal or religious purposes, it is required that persons requesting these documents be registered parishioners and be active
participating members of Nativity and St. Stanislaus Parish. We cannot give any of these documents to
persons not registered.
Muy Importante
Dar cartas de recomendación, las cartas que atestiguan al
carácter, certificados de patrocinador/padrino y otros
documentos que pueden tener
propósitos legales o religiosos, es requerido que personas
que solicitan estos documentos son registradas a parroquianos y son participar activa a miembro de
Natividad y S. Parroquia de Stanislaus. Nosotros no podemos dar cualquiera de estos documentos a personas no
registró con la Parroquia.
The Next Meeting
of the Altar Rosary Society
will be on Monday,
June 17th at 12 noon Mass .
End of the Year Party
( paid in advance )
Votive Candle
Phone No.
6mos. _____ 12mos.____
There are votive candles available in the Sacred Heart,
and Madonna Chapel sections. The price is $35.00 for
six months and $70 for a year. It is a way to remember your loved ones.
Family, Marriage and Individual Therapy
Provided by New York State licensed therapists and are available
to our parishioners at 147 other parishes. This program under
the direction of Dr. George Giuliani, has been conducted in the
diocese for the past 39 years for the convenience of
Parishioners. It is provided by the Catholic Counseling Center, a
proprietary professional corporation , which is independent of
and not controlled or supervised by the parish or diocese. Most
insurance policies including Medicare are honored. For confidential information and appointments, please call Dr. Giuliani at
the Catholic Counseling Center at (631) 243-2503 or go to our
websites at: www.thecatholiccounselingcenter.com
Father Daly’s trip to
Peddlers Village
on Saturday, June 29.
Join us for an enjoyable trip to Lahaska Pa. This quaint
village has lots of interesting shops where you can buy
gifts. Across the road is an Outlet Mall. We will also
enjoy great lunch at the “Cock & Bull Restaurant”. The
cost is $62pp including transportation and lunch. For more
information to sign up, please call the rectory
Office 718-8431212
for you, go and proclaim the kingdom of
God.” If you are considering a vocation to
the Priesthood, diaconate or consecrated life;
contact the Vocation office at (718) 827-2454.
All Eucharistic Ministers and
Lectors . Please pick up your
schedule from the Sacristy.
The Parish of Nativity BVM –St. Stanislaus
B&M will be having a Ministry Fair on
Sunday, September 22nd in the Nativity
church hall.
WAŻNE: Parafia Nativity BVM-Św.
Stanisława B&M organizuje Kiermasz
Duszpasterski (pod patronatem wszystkich
Grup Parafialnych - Organizacji i
Stowarzyszeń) - Termin: 22 wrzesień St. Mary Gate of Heaven is hosting a Pilgrimage to :
Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine
Litchfield, Conn.
Sunday, August 11
Price $38.pp
Price includes Lunch and transportation bus departs at 8:20am in
Front of the Church.
Check should be made out to Blessed Virgin Mary Society and
Left at the rectory. For additional information call 718-4416022 .
Checks can also be mailed to Ida Hillmeyer,
105-17 103rd Avenue, Ozone Park, NY 11417
Another successful “Luau” party was celebrated by the Columbiettes. Food, Music & Prizes were plentiful.
From L-R , President Patricia Kistner, Teresa Gualtieri, Fr. Paul Palmiotto and host Annette Curran.
Photo by Jennie Stuart
La Misericordia de Jesús Lucas 7, 11-17,
Jesús va entrando a la ciudad de Jerusalén y de pronto se encuentra que llevaban a enterrar a un joven muerto,
todas las personas estaban muy consternadas por el suceso, más aún su madre, ya que era una viuda y lo único
que tenía era su hijo. Jesús al ver la inmensa tristeza de esta viuda, se conduele, la misericordia de Jesús se
manifiesta para esta mujer.
En el relato se ve con claridad que existen dos desfiles, uno que lleva al muerto y el otro liderado por Jesús, en un
desfile hay tristeza y llanto, en el otro hay alegría y gozo. ¿En qué fila te encuentras tú?, vas caminando triste,
desesperado, apegado al pasado, con resentimientos y odio, o estas caminando junto a Jesús, alegre, feliz, lleno
de esperanza.
Queridos hermanos, en la vida existen 2 caminos, el uno representado por la tristeza de vivir una vida alejada de
Dios, una vida en donde tenemos que cargar con un ataúd, el ataúd de de nuestros pecados y vicios que nos
llevan al cementerio. El otro camino representa una vida en completa armonía y comunión con Jesús, en esta
senda caminamos sin ninguna carga, completamente libres ya que Jesús nos acompaña.
La misericordia de Jesús es infinita, él viene a nuestras vidas y nos devuelve la esperanza, recuerda que donde
abunda el pecado sobreabunda la gracia, la misericordia de Jesús se ve manifestada en la vida de esta viuda ya
que ella representa a aquellas personas que habiendo perdido a un ser querido se visten de luto para toda la vida,
son personas que no encuentran esperanza, piensan que lo han perdido todo.
Cuando nos encontramos en esta situación, Jesús sale al encuentro y nos dice, “todavía no lo has perdido todo,
todavía te quedo yo”. Queridos hermanos debemos entender que ese ser querido que ya no está con nosotros, está
en los brazos del Señor, está mucho mejor con El, por supuesto que a nosotros nos duele su ausencia sobre todo
si se trata de un hijo, pero por esa razón La misericordia de Jesús es tan grande que él nos enseña su rostro en la
fortaleza, en la paz, ¡No lo hemos perdido todo!, al contrario lo tenemos todo, Jesús nos acompaña.
El Joven muerto representa nuestros vicios, cuando estamos esclavos de nuestros vicios estamos muertos, este
joven representa a aquellas personas que son una carga para sus seres queridos, un padre de familia que es
alcohólico, es una carga para su esposa y sus hijos, los mismo un hijo hundido en el vicio de las drogas es una
carga para su padres, en lugar de ser un motivo de alegría se convierte en motivo de llanto.
Pero bendito sea el Señor, la misericordia de Jesús también se manifiesta en este joven, ¡Jesús lo resucita!
Queridos hermanos Jesús viene y toca nuestro féretro de los pecados y vicios y nos devuelve la vida. Y como
dice el texto bíblico Jesús devuelve al joven a su madre, así también si tú y yo nos abrimos al Señor, El hará el
milagro y también seremos devueltos a nuestros seres queridos, sanos y salvos, llenos de vida.
Por Victor Hugo Redrovan
Missionary Sunday
July 6 & 7th
To be held at St. Elizabeth’s Church,
94-20 85th Street, in the rectory basement
(enter through the passageway to the right of
the rectory front door)
Beginning in September 2013-1:30-2:30pm,
on the fourth Sunday of each Month.
Sept. 22nd-Oct. 27th-Nov. 24thDec.22nd-Jan 26th-Feb. 23rd
March 23rd-April 27th-May 25th
and final June 22nd.
For more information call Sister Jareth
at 718-296-4900
Fr. Grzegorz Ruszaj, CSsR. will speak on behalf of
the Redemptorists ministries in Russia, Belarus,
Ukraine and Kazakhstan; sharing his experience of
the missionary work, praying with you and asking for
support. The are planning to build a church and a
parish pastoral center in Togliatti (Central Russia)almost 1 million people live there and there is no
Catholic Church in this city. The Congregation of the
Most Holy Redeemer was founded in Scala near
Naples, Italy in 1732 by St. Alphonsus Liguori. At
present there are 5300 Redemptorists, as we are commonly called, serving people across the world in 78
countries. Our motto is :Copiosa Apud Eum Redemptio” meaning “With Him there is Plentiful Redemption.

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