Sunday, June 9, 2013 - Saint Mary`s Roman Catholic Church



Sunday, June 9, 2013 - Saint Mary`s Roman Catholic Church
The Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 9, 2013
Monsignor John J. McCann | Pastor
Father Allan Sikorski | Associate Pastor
Deacon Frank X. Bice
1300 Northern Boulevard | Manhasset, New York 11030
516 627 0385 | Fax 516 627 6070
Parish Mission Statement
We, the community of Saint Mary’s, Manhasset, building on our rich heritage of Catholic faith and tradition, center
ourselves in the Eucharist and honor God in proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Guided by the Holy Spirit, we seek to be the presence of Christ through our liturgical, educational and social ministries.
We dedicate our time, talent and treasure to the service of all as we build the kingdom of God in our world. We commit
to this mission in the name of Jesus Christ.
Church of Saint Mary
1300 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, New York 11030
(516) 627-0385
Fax (516) 627-6070
Schedule of Masses
Monday–Friday 7:00 AM and 9:00 AM
Saturday 8:00 AM, 5:00 PM
Sunday 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM,
12:00 Noon and 5:00 PM
Sacrament of Penance
Saturdays from 4:00-4:45 PM and by
appointment. Please call 627-0385.
Anointing of the Sick
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
is celebrated in the Chapel on the second
Sunday of the month following the
10:30 AM Mass. If you are unable to come
to Church, please call the Parish Office to
make arrangements for Anointing or to
receive the Eucharist.
Parish Office
627-0385 | Fax 627-6070
Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM–8:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM–5:00 PM
Sunday 9:45 AM–1:30 PM
E-mail: [email protected]
Parish Social Ministry
Monday-Thursday 9:45 AM-12:00 Noon
1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Office of Faith Formation
Grades 1-8 | 627-4028
Grades 9-12 | 627-5759
Monday 11:00 AM-9:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 AM–6:00 PM
Closed on Friday
Pastoral Staff
Rev. Msgr. John J. McCann
627-0385 | ext. 1004
Fr. Allan Sikorski
Associate Pastor
627-0385 | ext. 1006
Fr. Raphael Soadwah
Assistant Priest
Fr. Vincent Ritchie, SJ
In Residence
Deacon Frank Bice
Parish Staff
Martha Brincat
Music Director
627-0385 | ext. 1021
Anthony Chiofolo
627-0385 | ext. 1007
Lorraine Czarniak
Director of Faith Formation
Gr. K–8
627-4028 | ext. 1127
Theresa Perrella Gaudiuso
Parish and Elementary School
Office of Development
627-0385 | ext. 1000
Terence Goff
Choir Director
627-0385 | ext. 1021
Vincent Hartley
Facilities Manager
627-0385 | ext. 1002
Patricia McDonough
Youth Minister
(Faith Formation Gr. 9-12)
Christine Sutherland
Coordinator of Parish
Social Ministry
365-2705 | ext. 1126
Eileen Symmons ‘82, ‘86
Director of Communications
627-2711 | ext. 1081
[email protected]
Bonnee Yannaco
Parish Office Manager
627-0385 | ext. 1008
The Schools of Saint Mary’s
St. Mary’s Elementary School
Celeste M. Checchia, PhD
Elaine Drzymalski
Assistant Principal
St. Mary’s High School
Grace M. Cavallo
Jonathan D. Kramer ‘92
Kristin Lynch Graham ‘88
Director of Development
and Alumni Relations
[email protected]
New York State
Catholic Conference
The Official Voice of the Catholic Church in the Empire State
Statement of the Bishops of New York State on
the abortion expansion bill
Following is a statement of Timothy Cardinal Dolan and the Bishops of New York State:
We are profoundly distressed by the introduction of a bill in New York State today that would ease restrictions in state
law on late-term abortion and runs the serious risk of broadly expanding abortion access at all stages of gestation. This
legislation would add a broad and undefined “health” exception for late-term abortion and would repeal the portion
of the penal law that governs abortion policy, opening the door for non-doctors to perform abortions and potentially
decriminalizing even forced or coerced abortions. In addition, we find the conscience protection in the bill to be vague
and insufficient, and we are concerned about the religious liberty of our health facilities. While the bill’s proponents
say it will simply “codify” federal law, it is selective in its codification. Nowhere does it address the portions of federal
laws that limit abortion, such as the ban on taxpayer funding, the ban on partial birth abortion or protections for
unborn victims of violence.
As the pastors of more than 7.2 million Catholic New Yorkers, we fully oppose this measure, and urge all our faithful
people to do the same, vigorously and unapologetically. We invite all women and men of good will to join in this effort
and defeat this serious attempt to expand abortion availability in our state and to codify the most radical abortion
proposals of any state in the nation.
We support the first nine points in the Governor’s agenda that enhance the true dignity of women. We commit
ourselves to examining those proposals and working with the legislature on any and all efforts that help guarantee
real equity for all women and men. Our position on these issues will be consistent with all the efforts of the Catholic
Church throughout the world to enhance the dignity of women. The direct taking of the life of a child in the womb in
no way enhances a woman’s dignity.
Instead of expanding abortion and making abortions even more prevalent, we would like to protect both the woman
and the child in the womb. In New York, where one in every three pregnancies ends in abortion (and upwards of 6 in
10 in certain communities), it is clear that we as a state have lost sight of that child’s dignity. We pledge all our efforts
to defeat this proposal. We call on all pro-life New Yorkers to stand together with us and with all the leadership in
Albany who share our conviction that we have no need for such a bill to become law. We need instead to enhance and
promote the life and dignity of all human beings from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death.
For more information, including how to take action to oppose any bill that would increase abortion in New York,
please visit the New York State Catholic Conference website,
The Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time | June 9, 2013
Stewards of God’s Gifts
“I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me,” sings the Psalmist; “You have changed my mourning into
dancing.” Good stewardship reflects the same joy for the many gifts God has given us!
We are grateful this week for all stewards in our parish whose lives reflect their joyful service as they
spread the Good News of Christ’s Resurrection with others.
The collection for Sunday, June 2, 2013 amounted to $24,829.00
The collection for June 3, 2012 amounted to $28,685.00
The collection for the Religious Retirement Fund amounted to $5,504.00
Have you enrolled yet? Visit Our parish code is NY281.
We Care for Our Parish Community
We usually celebrate Baptism at 2:00 PM on the Second
and Fourth Sundays of the month. Please call to see
if a date is available and to arrange for a pre-baptismal
interview. Parents are required to attend a baptism
preparation session held once every month. Those chosen
as sponsors for Baptism should lead lives in harmony with
the Catholic faith and the role of Godparent.
St. Mary’s. Grades 1 through 5 meet on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 PM. Families choose which
day. Grades 6, 7 and 8 meet on Mondays from 7:30 to
8:30 PM. For information about Grades 1-8 call 627-4028
and for Grades 9-12 call 627-5759.
Parish Social Ministry
We care for our sisters and brothers through our Parish
Social Ministry and Food Pantry. For information call
At least six months before you plan to be married and
before you make arrangements for the reception, please
make an appointment with one of the priests to begin the
necessary preparations.
We reach out to our teens though our Youth Ministry
Program. For information call 627-5759.
Children’s Education
New Parishioners
Saint Mary’s Elementary School offers excellent education
in the spirit of the Gospel from grades N, Pre-K to Eighth
grade. For information call 627-0184.
We welcome new members to the Catholic Church and to
Saint Mary’s Parish. If you are new in the area or interested
in learning more about the Catholic faith, please call the
Parish Office.
Empowering Character, Innovation and Leadership in
our students, Saint Mary’s High School is a dynamic,
contemporary, Catholic value-centered school, combining
a commitment to academic excellence and educational
innovation, with a passion for learning, and an emphasis
on moral character development through the pursuit of
truth and discovered in faith and reason. For information
call 627-2711.
The Faith Formation Program provides excellent formation
in the Catholic Faith for children in public or private
schools. Preparation for First Holy Communion and
Confirmation requires two years. All classes are held at
Youth Ministry
Opportunities For Prayer
The Church is open Monday to Friday until 8:45 PM and
on Saturday and Sunday until the end of the 5:00 PM Mass
so that we may have the opportunity for quiet prayer before
the Blessed Sacrament. The Miraculous Medal Novena is
said each Monday following the 9:00 AM Mass. Monday
to Friday the Rosary is said following the 9:00 AM Mass.
A Rosary Service is held every Thursday from 1:45 to 2:45
PM in the Chapel. Eucharistic Adoration is held every
Thursday from 3:00 to 8:00 PM in the Chapel. On First
Saturdays the Scriptural Rosary is recited following the
8:00 AM Mass.
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Masses and Special Intentions
Please Pray for the Ill
Stanislaus Moran
Debbie Fazio
Arthur Bohner
Julian Pelaez
Michael Fazio
Tanya DiNuzzi
Stephen Holden
Billy Fischer
Julian Peleaz
Michael Mariano
Names will remain on the list for three months. Please notify the Bulletin Editor
if you would like to continue with the listing.
In Memoriam
Please pray for our loved ones who have gone before us.
Gennaro Nappi
Arlene Edmonds
Please Remember Those Serving in the Military
125th Brigade Support Battalion
23rd Marine Regiment
25th Marine Regiment
Abbott, Kyle C., Cpl, USMC
Alexander, James W., CPT, USA
Amerson, Jason, CPT, USA
Anderson, Michael, 1LT, USA
Arnold, James, LCpl USMC
Avasthi, David, 2d Lt, USAF
Baber, Joseph, Maj, USAF
Booth, Paige, SPC, USA
Broderick, Evan, SGT, USA
Broderick, Steven, SN, USN
Brown, Jason, SGT, USA
Conroy, Craig, PFC, USA
Delaney, Matthew, LCDR, USN
DiStefano, Matthew, Capt, USAF
Drury, Patrick, ENS, USN
Fontanetta, Joseph, 1stLt, USMC
Hernandez, Steven, SSgt, USAF
Higgins, James, GySgt, USMC
Hilton, Justin, PVT, USA
Hilton, Nathaniel, PVT, USA
Hodder, Ian R., PFC, USMC
Horner, Brian G., 2ndLt, USMC
Howard, Edward, PV2, USA
Hussey, James M., GySgt, USMC
Jones, Scott B., LTJG, USN
Jones, Katherine L., ENS, USN
Keating, Thomas, Col, USMC
Lanza, Anthony E., LtCol, USMC
Madden, Michael E., 2ndLt, USAF
Miller, Ryan, 1stLt, USMC
Morris, Jr., Brian J., MASN, USN
O’Leary, Jason, SSgt, USAF
Petracca, Evan L., LTJG, USN
Polowczyk, John P., CAPT, USN
Rodi, Caroline G., LCDR, USN
Schaub, John E., LCpl, USMC
Sharkey, John J., LtCol, USMC
Spivak III, Edmund, Capt, USAF
Ullrich, Kenneth C., HN, USN
Unger, Matthew J., SPC, USA
If you have a service member that you would like to add to this list please contact
Fr. Sikorski via E-mail at [email protected] Please include name, rank
and branch of service.
Masses for the Week
Monday, June 10th
2 Cor 1:1-7, Mt 5:1-12
7:00 AM | Jean Cavallo
9:00 AM | Joan Ryan
Tuesday, June 11th
St. Barnabas
Acts 11:21b-26, 13:1-3, Mt 5:13-16
7:00 AM | Frank Wadham
9:00 AM | Dr. Jack Burke
Wednesday, June 12th
2 Cor 3:4-11, Mt 5:17-19
7:00 AM | Edward Brady
9:00 AM | Carol Ann DeFelice
Thursday, June 13th
St. Anthony of Padua
2 Cor 3:154:1, 3-6, Mt 5:20-26
7:00 AM | Walter Fischer
9:00 AM | James A. McQuilling
Friday, June 14th
Flag Day
2 Cor 4:7-15, Mt 5:27-32
7:00 AM | Patrick Daly
9:00 AM | Norma O’Neill
Saturday, June 15th
2 Cor 5:14-21, Mt 5:33-37
8:00 AM | Nora Cioppa
5:00 PM | Anna & Raymond Nicholson
Vincent de Venoge
Marie Gross
Br. Michael Lineen
Florence Paschetto
Sunday, June 16th
The Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father’s Day
2 Sm 12:7-10, 13, Gal 2:16, 19-21, Lk 7:36-8:3
Mass Schedule
June 15th and 16th. Subject to change without notice.
Saturday, June 15th
5:00 PM
Fr. Allan Sikorski
Sunday, June 16th
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12:00 Noon
5:00 PM
Fr. Allan Sikorski
Fr. Raphael Soadwah
Msgr. John J. McCann
Fr. Vincent Ritchie
Fr. Raphael Soadwah
On the cover: Jesus Resurrecting the Son of the Widow of
Naim by Pierre Bouillon (1776-1831)
The Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time | June 9, 2013
Eucharistic Adoration
This Thursday
3:00 to 8:00 PM
in the Chapel
off the south side
of the Church
“Although you have not seen him
you love him;
even though you do not see him now
yet believe in him,
you rejoice with an indescribable
and glorious joy.” - 1 Peter 1:8
Come spend some time in prayer!
Readings and Questions for Faith Sharing
on the Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Pray for a miracle
for a suffering
person through the intercession of the
Diocesan Priest
Oblate of the Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart
Monteforte Irpino (AV) | January 11, 1899
Rome May 2, 1934
Reading I: 2 Samuel 12:7-10, 13
The Lord on his part has forgiven your sin,
you shall not die.
Reading II: Galatians 2:16, 19-21
A person is not justified by works of the law
but through faith in Jesus Christ.
Gospel: Luke 7:36-8:3
Your faith has saved you; go in peace.
Question for Adults:
Is there anything in my life that is worth my tears
that I might be ignoring?
Question for Children:
How do I feel when I am forgiven
for doing something wrong?
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St. Mary’s says “Thank You”
Father Allan Sikorski
as he completes his first
five-year assignment in our parish
and moves on to St. Matthew’s in Dix Hills.
Father Sikorski will celebrate the
10:30 AM Mass
Sunday, June 23rd
Reception to follow in the Marian Room.
St. Mary’s welcomes
Father Christopher Costigan
as our new Associate Pastor
who arrives on
Wednesday, June 26th,
from his first assignment at
St. Bernard’s in Levittown.
Faith Formation | Grades 1-8
Our congratulations to the 198 young people who accepted God’s call to be His disciples and were
confirmed as Catholics by Bishop Dunne. May the Holy Spirit continue to enlighten and inspire
them. We adults know how difficult it can be to make time for prayer and to live a virtuous life. Please
pray for these young Catholics and their families. We hope that they will always put God first in their
lives and use their talents to serve God and others.
Re-Registration for 2013-2014 - You can download a re-registration form from the St. Mary’s
website at Scroll to Religious Education and then to Registration Forms. Please
provide us with your current e-mail address on the form for other correspondence.
Families new to our program - especially those with children entering FIRST GRADE during
the 2013-2014 school year, please come to the Faith Formation Office (lower level of the
Church) to fill out the necessary forms or call us at 627-4028 concerning the forms that can be
downloaded from our website. We will need a copy of your child’s baptismal certificate. Please be aware that two years
of Religious Formation are required before a child may receive First Eucharist or Confirmation.
About 200 of our 600 families re-registered by June 3rd. Those students are being placed in classes by date of registration.
If you have not re-registered, please do so as soon as possible. Our office closes when school ends.
We usually have a total of 25 classes on each Tuesday and Thursday. Right now, we have 11 catechists
(teachers) for Tuesday and 16 catechists for Thursday. There are 30 classes on Monday night and
we have 18 catechists for those classes so far. Therefore, we are in need of more adult volunteers to
teach. If you make the commitment to teach now, we can help you to prepare during the summer.
Together we can give our children an opportunity to grow in their prayer life, knowledge of God, and
understanding of how to live as a follower of Christ. You may be the person that God is calling to
witness to His love by teaching our young Catholics. Please contact Lorraine Czarniak at 627-4028.
Liturgy and Adult Faith Formation
Parish Training Sessions for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Parish-specific training for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion serving at Mass will be
held on the remaining dates and times: Sunday, June 16th, at 11:30 AM, and Saturday, June
23rd, at 4:30 PM. This training is required for new ministers, but anyone who would like a
refresher may attend. Please come to the sacristy at the given time; the sessions will conclude before
the start of Mass. RSVP to Jane Clifford at [email protected] or 365-5691 with the session you
will be attending
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Next Sunday, June 16th, at the 9:00 AM Mass
This is our last meeting for the school year. See you in September!
Children in first through fourth grade are invited to participate in a Liturgy of the Word (Scripture
readings, a sung psalm, “homily,” and petitions) on their level in our chapel just across the hall from
the main body of the Church.
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May 16, 2013
Congratulations to our Newly Confirmed and their Families
Most Rev. John C. Dunne,
Auxiliary Bishop of Rockville
Centre, administered the
Sacrament of Confirmation.
Max Accurso
Gabrielle Albanese
Johnny Alimo
Daniel Amoruso, Jr.
Maeve Anand
Ely Aponte
Courtney Aspinall
Anthony Aureliano
Marc Avallone
Mark Baker
Michael Bakshandeh
James Bares
Brendan Barry
Natalia Basso
Jack Becker
James Bellucci
Christopher Benedetti
Sean Bentley
Elizabeth Berger
Calvin Bernic
Kayla Bjelke
Kellyann Bock
Liam Breen
Margaret Brogan
Andrew Burke
Thomas Butcher
Allison Butler
Gillen Caliendo
Maximillian Calleo
Amanda Capra
Katie Carbajal
Brittany Carillo
Alessandra Catalanotti
Debra Chieco
Kelly Christ
Dante Cipriano
Daniel Cizmarik
Katherine Coccarelli
Stephanie Cole
Madeleine Conner
John Corwen
Michael Cozzi
Alexander Crewe
Jillian Curd
Andrew Curtis
Sophia D’Angelo
Autumn Decker
Amanda DeVito
Jake Delaney
Grace DePietro
Robert DePippo
Trevor Dowd
Tristan Dowd
Kendra Downey
Douglas F. Dreyer
Sean Erickson
Meghan Fahey
Natalie Falk
Ashley Fanning
Spencer Fanuka
Aidan Farrell
Juliana Fazio
Vincent Fazio
Emma Fenton
James Ficano
Lauren Fiori
Peter Fischetti
Emma Fleishman
Salvatore Foglio
Fitzgerald Fortich
Pasqualina Fox Mina
Giancarlo Franco
Kristen Frisone
John Fruhauf
Olivia Garvey
James Gentile
Thomas Giannone
Chloe Giovanelli
Freddy Giovanelli
Robert Giovanelli
Louis Gonzalez
James Grant
Brendan Haggerty
John Hance
John Owen Hanley
Elizabeth Hannan
Kyleigh Harmon
Michael Hartman
John Healy, Jr.
Daniel Hedberg
Nicholas Heid
Paul Inglese
Thomas Keating
Amanda Kelly
John Kenlon, III
Melinda Keogh
Rebecca Kinsley
Danielle Klag
Conor Klimuszko
Margaret Klimuszko
Brandee Kruse
Frances LaCarrubba
Theresa Larre
Amanda Lennon
Joseph Leon
Harmony Lepore
Carina Lewandowski
Caroline Lewis
Timothy Li
Kian Lotruglio
Erin Love
Kevin Mack
Sara Malvey
Salvatore Mancuso
Jordyn Mannino
Peter McAree
Bailey McBride
Corey McCluskey
Mieke McLaughlin
Christopher Meditz
John Messina
Madison Miller
Thomas Minutillo
Antonio Mirante
Caitlin Mirrione
Guido Modano
Joseph Moore
Christopher Morici
Dylan Morrissey
Lauren Moschitta
Timothy Moy
Kyle Murphy
Brian Murray
Vito Musso
Amanda Naccarato
Caitlin O’Connor
Madeline O’Reilly
Cristina Panagi
Christopher Parisi
Nolan Parisi
Alexandra Penzi
Daniel Petruso
Hai-Tri Paul Pham
Emma Picone
Luke Postiglione
Michael Procaccino
Sarah Racanelli
Emma Rainson
Emma Reilly
Maria Reyes
Alexandra Ridini
Michael Rienzi
Morgan Rijo
James Riley
Juan Romero
Ashley Royer
Daniel Rubio
Danielle Russo
Anna Sabo
Nicole Salvo-Schaich
Laura Sanseverino
Nadia Sbuttoni
Anthony Scaramucci
Nicholas Sequino
Patrick Sheehan
Lily Sheridan
Jessica Siconolfi
Angelique Simeone
Charlotte Simone
Christian Slezak
Maxwell Smith
Dominic Sorbara
Maximillian Steinbach
Christopher St. Jeanos
Alexis Stern
Michelle Stratford
Lauren Sugrue
Olivia Tatarian
Emily Tenaglia
Alexia Terenzi
Jessica Thalheimer
Jack Tortora
Gianna Troia
Nicholas Troia
Brigid Trotta
Jackie Varrichio
Buddy Vetrone
Isabel Vigliotti
Angie Villanueva
Alexa Viola
Bartolomeo Voto
Kurt Wesch
Thomas Whelan
Nicholas Whitaker
Kennedy Williams
Briana Yarrington
Nicole Zanetti
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May 16, 2013
May 16, 2013
Parish Social Ministry
Summer Food Pantry
Every year food pantry donations drop dramatically during the summer months.
Hopefully, we will be able to collect enough food and toiletries to get us through the summer. Many of the
children who participate in the free breakfast and lunch programs in school will be home for the summer,
and the demand on our food pantry will increase. We greatly appreciate any donations that you may be
able to provide. The following is a list of items that we need at this time:
Peanut Butter/Jelly
Chef Boyardee
Baked Beans
Juice/Juice Packs
Tuna Fish
Canned Fruit
Instant Potatoes
Cake Mix
In lieu of shopping for any of these items, a King Kullen gift card will also help us to provide families with the
resources to buy everyday perishable items. Donations may be left in the food baskets located in the north and south
lobbies of the Church or brought to the Parish Social Ministry office located on the ground floor level of the convent.
Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
Harvest House “Come and See” Invitation
Harvest Houses, Residences for Well-Elders, have been providing quality, affordable housing for seniors for the past
twenty-nine years. At the present time, they have rental availability at their Syosset House and have planned an
Open House to invite seniors and/or their family members to
“Come and See”
Sunday, June 9, 2013
1:00-3:00 PM
Harvest House Residence for Well Elders
235 Cold Spring Road
Syosset, NY
Harvest House is home for eight independent elders (65+) who want the fullness of living in a family atmosphere.
Harvest Houses is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization directed by the Sisters of Saint Dominic and run by the
Emmaus House Foundation. For information call Sr. Jeanne A. Brendel, O.P. at 496-9796.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12TH, from 3:30 to 5:30 PM
“Prayer groups are powerful, and through them I can see, little children,
that the Holy Spirit is at work in the world.” - Our Lady of Medjugorje, June, 2004
Please mark your calendar for these events of the Fortnight For Freedom. The opening
Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Murphy on June 21st at 7:30 PM at the Cathedral
of St. Agnes. On June 29th, Catholics for Freedom of Religion will co-sponsor a rally
“Religious Freedom: Our 1st Amendment Right” from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at St.
John the Baptist High School. The closing Mass of the fortnight will be celebrated by
Bishop Robert Brennan on July 4th at 12:10 PM at St Agnes Cathedral.
Sustaining Our Future
Rosary Society
National Blue Army Shrine
Our Lady of Fatima
Washington, NJ
Thursday, June 13th
Estate Planning Seminar
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
7:00 PM
in the
Marian Room
The Blue Army Shrine
of Our Lady of Fatima
has been declared a site
of pilgrimage during the
Year of Faith. Visitors
may receive a plenary
indulgence when they
visit the Shrine during
this period. Our day includes Confession, Rosary
Procession with the Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady
of Fatima, Mass, a talk by Father Matthew Mauriello,
Benediction, Fatima Farewell and Brown Scapular
Enrollment. The cost is approximately $55 for the bus.
For more information about the Shrine, visit www. Anyone who is interested should reserve
a seat by contacting [email protected] or Cathy
Morrissey at 627-4646 by June 4th.
Come to hear how you can:
Sustain the Mission
of St. Mary’s Church
Avoid Probate
Maximize Tax Benefits
Call or E-mail Theresa Gaudiuso
in the Parish Office
or [email protected]
Bus will leave St. Mary’s parking lot by 8:30 AM and
return home by early evening.
Lighthouse Catholic Media CD of the Week: The Holy Eucharist
According to Fr. William Casey, Superior General of the Fathers of Mercy, “We are living
at the time of the greatest loss of faith in the 2000-year history of the Catholic Church.”
Discover how faith in the Real Presence of Jesus can remedy this as Fr. Casey explains and
defends the Catholic Eucharistic doctrine and encourages us to pray before the Blessed
Sacrament to help us grow spiritually.
Parishioner Comments:
“Great! This has given me the words I need to explain the Eucharist to those who have fallen away
because they don’t understand.”
“This helps me to reflect during Mass more on the reason I am in church and gives me such love for the Eucharist. I want to learn
“I love this CD! It was so informative and so helpful for me! I understand so much more about the Most Holy Eucharist. Thanks
so much! I will be buying more CDs!”
This CD and others are available in the Lighthouse Catholic Media kiosk located in the south vestibule of the Church.
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Have You Visited
The Parish Gift Shop?
Knights of Columbus
Father William A. Daly S. J. Council #2122
Serving St. Mary's Parish in Manhasset
& St. Aloysius Parish in Great Neck
Serve Your Church
Serve Your Community
To join or find out more about the Knights, see the
website, or contact Grand Knight Pierenzo A. Calosso
at 516-448-0970 or [email protected]
Gift Shop Hours
9:45 AM - 1:30 PM
Tuesday and Thursday
9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon
Our Columbian Squires program
welcomes young men ages 10 through 18
For more information,
please visit our website,
The Gift Shop is located in the Parish Center
next to the John Paul II Room.
Beautiful and unique gift items
First Holy Communion,
Birthdays, and more.
All proceeds benefit
St. Mary’s Parish Social Ministry.
St. Mary’s Roundelay Bridge
Year-End Party
Wednesday, June 12th
7:30 PM
at the
Manhasset Bay Yacht Club
Please RSVP to Marianne Buzzitta at 365-8428
with your table of 4 players.
We welcome submissions to the weekly Bulletin. All copy and
material is due by noon on Mondays preferably in electronic
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June 10th - June 16th
Monday, June 10th
9:00 AM
N. Cain, M. Duvnjak
Saturday, June 7, 2014
St. Mary’s Parish
Community Fundraiser
to be held
North Hills Country Club
Tuesday, June 11th
9:00 AM N. Heid, M. O’Reilly
Wednesday, June 12th
9:00 AM I. Andre, E. Dunning
Thursday, June 13th
9:00 AM R. Fenton, W. Simone
Friday, June 14th
9:00 AM P. Inglese, M. Steinbach
Saturday, June 15th
5:00 PM B. Trotta, E. Trotta, K. Trotta
Please consider joining us
at our first
planning and organizational
committee meeting
Sunday, June 16th
7:30 AM
C. O’Sullivan, K. O’Sullivan
9:00 AM
J. Pham, K. Pham, P. Pham
10:30 AM I. Andre, R. Donnell, D. O’Brien
12:00 Noon C. Fenton, E. Fenton, R. Fenton
5:00 PM
E. Dunning, CJ Miller, J. Miller
Please be sure to arrange for a replacement
if you cannot make your assignment.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
at 7:00 PM
in the
John Paul II Room
Attention weekday Mass attendees:
“The people sitting in darkness
will see a great light”... when you
sit on the Northern Blvd. side of
the Church. Even if you come in
after Mass has begun, please come
around to the north side.
For questions or more
information, please E-mail
[email protected]
Church of Saint Mary | 16
Bread & Wine
are offered this week
in honor of
Mrs. Kinsley’s Confirmation Class:
Maggie Brogan
Gillen Caliendo
Stephanie M. Cole
Jack Corwen
Amanda De Vito
Robert Giovanelli
Jack Healy, Jr.
Rebecca Kinsley
Carina Lewandowski
Joe Moore
Chris Morici
Dylan Morrissey
Lauren Moschitta
Daniel Rubio
Tommy Whelan
First Time
Novena of Masses
Please hand in the names
of those you wish
to be remembered
in the
Father’s Day Novena of Masses
Father’s Day, June 16th.
Matthew Kudrick and Christina Vricella
St. Mary’s,
Third Time
Daniel Spatafore and Julia Sanda
St. Mary’s,
St. Padre Pio,
Vineland, NJ
What should I do if I suspect a child is being abused?
If you or someone you know has experienced an incident of sexual abuse by clergy,
employee or volunteer of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, please contact law enforcement
and the Office for the Protection of Children and Young People.
The office maintains a special phone for these situations:
Christ leads us to go out from ourselves more and more, to give ourselves and to serve others.
- Pope Francis @PONTIFEX

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