The Feast of All Saints November 1, 2015

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 14, 2015
The Feast of All Saints
November 1, 2015
Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted.
Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land.
Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
for they will be satisfied.
Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.
Blessed are the clean of heart, for they will see God.
Blessed are the peacemakers, they will be called God’s children.
Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness,
for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are you when they insult you and persecute you
and utter every kind of evil against you falsely because of me.
Rejoice and be glad, for your reward will be great in heaven.
The Basilica Parish of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Southampton, NY
Welcome to the Basilica Parish of the
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Daily Mass
Mon. Wed. Thurs. Fri. at 12 Noon
Tue. at 8:00 AM
First Saturday 8:00 AM
Holydays: 7 PM Vigil, 8:00 AM, 12
Noon
Weekend Masses
Saturday: 5 PM
Sunday: 8 AM, 9:30 AM,
11 AM, 12:30 PM (in Spanish)
and 5 PM
Reconciliation
Saturday: 4 PM - 4:45 PM
Ministry to the Sick
For communion at home or Anointing
please contact the Parish Office.
Baptism
Please contact the Parish Office
to schedule an appointment with
Jennifer Ferrantino
Marriage
Arranged at least six months in
advance, please call the Parish Office.
Becoming A Catholic
We welcome those who would like to
become Catholic and adult Catholics
who have never received formal
religious education and/or sacraments.
Please call the Parish Office.
Pastoral Team:
Rev. Michael A. Vetrano, Pastor
In Residence: Rev. Msgr. William J. Gill
Jennifer Ferrantino, Director, Religious Education
Suzanne Marchisella, Parish & Cemetery Secretary
Jo Ann Morse, Director of Music
Bill Kunzer, Plant and Facilities Manager
Contact Us
Parish Leadership:
Finance Committee
Fred Weinfurt (trustee)
Pat Jordan (trustee)
Jay Diesing
Charlene Kagel
John Neknez
Pastoral Council
In formation
Parish Office
168 Hill Street Southampton, NY
P: 631-283-0097, Ext 0
F: 631-283-3836
W: www.shjmbasilica.org
E: parishoffice@shjmbasilica.org
Mon-Sat: 9 AM - 4:00 PM
Fr. Mike Vetrano
E: pastor@shjmbasilica.org
Religious Education Office
Liturgy
Jack Hanlon
P: 631-283-0508
E: jferrantino@shjmbasilica.org
Consolation
Sr. Barbara McKenna, RSM
Our Lady of Hamptons School
Adult Faith Formation
Mary Adamczyk
Sister Kathy Schlueter, CSJ
160 North Main Street
Southampton, New York 11968
P: 631-283-9140
E: olh@hamptons.com
Parish Social Ministry
Jeannine Rose, Director
E: JRose@shjmbasilica.org
P: 631-283-0097 Ext 317
Human Resources of the
Hamptons
Hilton Crosby, Director
P: 631-283-6415
Apostolado Hispano
Rev. Steve Grozio
631-283-4379 Cell: 631-375-1001
Vincentian Fathers
BASILICA PARISH OF SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS & MARY
All Saints :: November 1, 2015
Readings: Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; 1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12a
Mission Statement: We are a Eucharistic centered people, who by following Christ’s teaching,
join together to love and serve those in spiritual and physical need in our community.
Liturgical Ministers Schedule
Saturday, Nov 7 5 PM Father Joe Finnerty
SERVERS L. Lenahan
E.M.’S
M. Adamczyk, M. Lynch,
T. Westergard
LECTORS S. Krawciw
Sunday, Nov 8 8 AM Father Ed Kiernan
SERVERS B. Ambrose, K. Culver, L. Martin
E.M.’S
D. Dwyer, P. Mackey, J. Taranto
LECTORS M. Mackey, S. Wilson
GREETERS K. Moffa
9:30 AM Father Mike Vetrano
A. Cuccia, J. Hanes, J. Kearns,
Malone Bros.
E.M.’S
G. Arresta, A & J Cuccia, M. Johnson,
Sr. B. McKenna
LECTORS G. Kearns, M. Terry
GREETERS M. Cirillo, T. Pike, I. Robinson
SERVERS
11 AM Father Bill Gill
May Family
S. Adelante, T. Alegria, G. Bauer,
M. McDonald
LECTORS J. Kepczynska, J. Hanlon
GREETERS C. Brown, C. Butler, R. Essay
SERVERS
E.M.’S
SERVERS
E.M.’S
LECTORS
5 PM Father Mike Vetrano
R. Anderson, J. Terry
N. Conroy, L. DeRobertis
A. O’Brien, G. Reisig
ALTAR MINISTRY
CHURCH CLEANING: J. Ripalone
ALTAR CLOTHS: G. Bauer
HAND LINENS - November 2-14—G. Arresta
Mass Intentions for the Week of Nov 2-8
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
12:00
8 AM
12:00
All Souls Novena
All Souls Novena
All Souls Novena & August
P. Petrillo
12:00 All Souls Novena
12:00 All Souls Novena
8 AM All Souls Novena
5 PM R. Joan Schildknecht
8:00 Thomas P. Lavinio
9:30 People of the Parish & All
Souls
11:00 Otto von Schirach, Hope
Schoenhut. Emil Antonucci,
Bailey Brown (L)
12:30
Mass in Spanish
5 PM
Mrs. Keenan
SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL
November 1—D. Podlaski
November 8—N. McCulley
Financial Realities and Stewardship
The October 25th Collection was $7843.00 Thank
you for your generosity!
HAMPTON CENTER
November 1—A. Stanton, P. Mackey
November 6—Sr. B. McKenna
November 8—J. McCarthy
Rosary - November 5—B. Medler
Memorial donations
To donate the flowers on the altar or bread and wine and/
or candles offered at Mass each week, please contact the
parish office.
From the Pastor’s Desk
October 31/November 1
Those Who Watch Over Us
Dear Parish Family,
Not long after I was ordained a priest, I found myself in a Catholic school classroom watching a teacher give
a lesson on heaven to the third grade. She insisted that in heaven we would be happy and the images she
was showing the children were pretty familiar Catholic fare: white clouds, angels, and people playing
harps. One of the kids, Samantha, raised her hand and said, “I don’t want to go there!” The teacher looked
shocked. “You don’t want to go to heaven? Why?” Samantha answered clearly. “It sounds boring.”
The teacher looked to me for help but I knew I was in over my head and I looked for a quick exit. Truth be
told, I was kind of on Samantha’s side. It did sound boring. Most people are not as forthright as Samantha
but over the years I have noticed that many of us project the good things of this life onto the next. What is
heaven like? Is my brother climbing mountains like he did here? Is my dad playing golf with his
friends? Is his game improving? Is my mom reading the daily news cover to cover at breakfast? At least
these images beat harps and clouds! Somehow, it seems to us, the happiness of this life must surely carry
over to the next.
I have heard many images for heaven over the years but there is really only one that seems truly
consoling. In heaven, those we have loved watch over us. They keep loving us and our love for them
reaches across the great mystery of death. St. Paul wrote so beautifully about the good things of life in his
letter to the Corinthians. He was a person who lived richly and I know he wondered what the life to come
would be like. In his letter he tells us: “There are three things that last: faith, hope and love, and the greatest
of these is love.”
So now you know what you do in heaven. You love. You love the world. You reach out in love, the
deepest of all human powers, toward those who are still on the journey of life. All Saints Day and All Souls
Day honor from our side the power of their love watching over us. We are never alone in this life. We are
cared for by the most famous saints, heroes and heroines of the church. We are loved by mothers and
fathers, grandparents, brothers, sisters, children and friends who have gone before us. Their presence is felt
in our grief and longing for them, in the tenderness of memories, and in that mysterious way that love
persists. Death, as one of the prayers we read at funerals says, does not unravel the ties that bind us to those
we love.
If you have ever had the experience of watching over another in love, whether that person be a child, a
parent, a spouse or loved one, you know that the work of watching over is hardly boring or restful! So don’t
worry, Samantha. It won’t be boring. It might be hard to understand when you are seven but the more you
live and the more you love you will come to understand this great truth: Love is always
more than our images. Love has no end.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Rev. Michael A. Vetrano, Pastor
All Souls Day Mass of Remembrance
On Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 10 AM we will celebrate a mass in
memory of all those parishioners who passed away in the year since last
All Souls Day. Invitations have been sent to the families whose loved
ones were buried from the Basilica of Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary.
These names are remembered below. If you are aware of any others who
should be remembered at this mass please contact the parish office and
an invitation will be sent.
Thomas Lavinio
Kathryn Duggan
Aidan J. Keady
Rose Spinna
Ivete Souza Urbaninho
William L. Senese
Nicholas D. Demisay
Patricia Fahey
Michael Behan
Maureen D. Keenan
Teddy Hoinski
Ellen Danz
Marie Katherine Burke
Sue Frymire Morris
Paul Brian Beatty
Carl E. Sanfilippo
Gloria A. Chiarello
Christopher J. Begg
Pauline H. Stark
Thomas E. Behringer, III
Dorothy Charos
Arthur A. Saviano
Dr. Giuseppe Purrazzella
Rosemary M. Miller
Marlys Neiman-Immerman
Patricia Gray
Brenda Taraku
Music at the Basilica:: November 21 6:30 PM
A Community Celebration of
Thanksgiving with the Kings Chapel
Full Gospel Choir and Basilica
Choirs
Come together to raise our voices at this most
thankful time of the year! We welcome and join
with the Kings Chapel Choir in a community celebration of thanksgiving. Come
raise your voices together and give thanks for all god’s blessings!
Light refreshments will be served.
A free will offering will be taken to benefit both churches.
Parish Events
Mildred Demarco
Arline A. Weppler
Chester Arnister
Nicklas Keszler
Emil R. & Anna Norsic
Karin L. Zebrowski
Thomas J. Souhrada
Maureen Rose Kelly
Marie Rose Micari
Eileen Ann Krejchi
John Paul Borucke
Charlotte Winter
Mary Denise Beatty
Dorothy A. Miller
Irene R. Bumbly
Shirley Knoebel
From Jeannine Rose: Director of Sacred Hearts Parish Social Ministry
An Invitation to all Seniors
Please join us on Monday, November 9th, 1 PM
“Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. On these
two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”
Matthew 22:36-40
Parish Social Ministry
As the Director of Parish Social Ministry my first task is to help identify
some of the wants and needs of this community. In order to accomplish this
I must ask for your help.
You are cordially invited to the first, of what I hope will be many, listening
sessions scheduled for Monday November 9th at 1:00 P.M. in the Parish
Center. Light refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited to contribute
their suggestions.
If you are unable to attend but would like to participate just call the office
and we can chat on the phone, or send me an email at jrose@shjmbasilica.org. It is my hope that these
gathering sessions will help us to get to know each other and that you will consider joining the Parish Social
Ministry team to do the work that Jesus calls us all to do…with great love.
Divorce and Remarriage: November 2, 2015 7 PM
Parish Center
Where Do I Stand with the Church?
This evening will be given by Fr. Mike Vetrano, our pastor. Fr. Mike is also an advocate at the tribunal in our
diocese. Advocates help those seeking annulments to bring their case before the tribunal in a pastorally
sensitive and compassionate manner. This evening is geared for those who wonder about where they or a
friend or a family member stand with the church and will explain the various options open to those who were
married in the church and now wish to begin a new relationship with the full blessing of the church.
Medical Ethics for Patients: Fr. Mike Vetrano –November 16,2015
5:30 PM Rogers Memorial Library
How Knowledge About Ethics and Patient Rights Can Help You
Optimize Your Health Care
Medical ethics, which examines ethical and social issues in the practice of medicine, is traditionally
studied by physicians to enhance their understanding of patient rights, autonomy and compassionate
care. A growing body of real world knowledge suggests that patients should be better educated about
their own rights and responsibilities and about how to communicate effectively with health care
professionals.
Reservations are appreciated. Register at www.myrml.org or call (631)283-0774, ext. 523.
We are now up to 10 weekly
and 15 monthly contributors
giving a total of $2500 per
month in First Fruits gifts.
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By signing up for automatic giving from a bank account, parishioners who enroll in firstFruits are saying that
their faith is a priority for them, the gift for which they are grateful and the sustaining of which they do not
want to leave up to chance.
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“Speak to the Israelites and tell them: When you come into the land which I am giving you, and reap your harvest,
you shall bring a sheaf of the first fruits of your harvest as a thanksgiving offering.” Leviticus 23:10
SHJM celebrates Veteran’s Day
Sunday, November 8th at 9:30 AM Mass
All men and women who have served our country in the armed
forces are invited to come to the 9:30 Mass on November 8th as we
honor your service and ask God’s blessing. You are welcome to
attend in uniform if you wish or to wear another insignia or sign of
your service. We welcome the opportunity during this month of
thanksgiving to express our gratitude to you.
Altar Flowers
This week’s main altar flowers were given in loving memory of Isabel and
Faith & Spirituality
Eileen Essay by Bob Essay.
Altar Servers Needed!
We are looking for more young people to become Altar Servers. If your child is in
grades 3-8 and would like to become an altar server, please contact Mary Adamczyk at
283-4991.
Secular Franciscans ::
meet after the 11 AM Mass in the dining room of the Parish Center. The next meeting will be on November
8th. Would you like to know more about us? Please come to our meeting. Bring a bag lunch and we will
supply the coffee.
Resurrection Prayer Group ::
meets on Thursdays at 7 PM in the Parish Center. Come share your healing gifts with us. Prayer requests are
always welcome.
Spiritual Book Group ::
Spiritual Book Group meets on Tuesdays, at 1 PM, in the Parish Center. Please join us for a discussion of
Against the Infinite Horizon by Ronald Rolheiser. All are welcome.
We pray for the sick of our Parish and Community
John Bishop
Suzanne Parillo
Bobby & Caroline Parillo
Theresa Ann Weston
Gwendolyn Porter
Eileen Finlay
Roger Williams
Robert Melter
Daniel Sheerin
Stan Witkowski
Anne O’Brien
J T Welker
Marcelle Enne
Peg & Pat Jordan
Dottie Brown
Philip Masi
Macario Yat de Leon
Patricia Kahl
Dorothy Higgins
Michael Kelley
Christina Haag
Susan Katz
Drew Bodin
Eileen Birnholz
Perry DeLalio
Bailey Brown
Elizabeth Joyce
Sue Doorhy
Meredith Hobbs
Patsy Raynor
Anna Naconochie
Ebby Culver
A Note from Religious Education
Director : Jennifer Ferrantino
Religious Ed classes are settling into a smooth routine
and I am so thankful for our teachers who come every
week ready to share their faith and knowledge with our students.
Confirmation families we have an exciting year ahead of us and it will begin with our Confirmation
parent meeting, please join us Wednesday November 18th at 7:15 PM OR Sunday November 22nd at
10:45 AM. Parents please attend one meeting.
Virtus Training will be held here at Sacred Hearts on Saturday, November 14th , at 10 AM. This
class is a diocesan requirement for all volunteers in the religious ed program. Please contact Jen if
you have any questions.
Please see our website for more information www.shjmbasilica.org Please
contact Jennifer with any questions at jferrantino@shjmbasilica.org or 631-283
-0508. Thank you!!
Do you or someone you know want to know about baptism or
confirmation for adults?
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
Weekly meetings to discuss the Catholic faith beginning with an “inquiry” phase to answer questions
and explore some of the teachings of the Church.
Becoming a Catholic is not a class, but rather a process. We are all on a faith journey throughout our
lives… we recognize that every path is different!!
Those needing to complete the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist are invited to attend.
If you are interested, please call the Parish Office at 631-283-0097 Ext. 0
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Calling all Catholic school families: If you have a student in 2nd or 8th grade, please contact the
religious ed office to be sure your child is on our list for sacraments. When you call, please confirm
that we have correct contact information for your family.
Kid’s Page All Saints
November 1, 2015
Places on our trip are booking fast. To insure that you will be part of this wonderful pilgrimage please
contact Fr. Mike or 206 tours to reserve your place!
Contact Fr. Mike for a full trip brochure: Pastor@shjmbasilica.org
To book or for information, contact: Amanda: (800) 206 8687 ext: 109 email: Amanda@206tours.com
Visit our trip website: www.pilgrimages.com/frvetrano
Join our Music Ministry
Recruiting members for both the Children’s
Choir and the Adult Choir
…I will sing with my spirit, but I will also
sing with my understanding. 1 Corinthians 14:15
We welcome all singers; and all instrumentalists.
Currently, rehearsals are held Wednesday evenings
from 5:00 to 6:00 for the Children’s Choir and from
6:00 to 7:30 for the Adult choir. We are conscious of
the fact that everyone is busy and so we try to keep our rehearsals focused.
Please consider joining us to experience the music, the fellowship, and the Spirit through the
power of song.
Please contact JoAnn Morse 631-807-7907 or jmorse627@optonline.net
Life Corner :: SHJM Respect Life Ministry
RESOURCES FOR THOSE SEEKING AN ALTERNATIVE TO ABORTION:
The Faith that Does Justice
Rockville Centre Diocese, 516-678-5800, ext.626,
www.drvc.org/respectlife
Priests for Life, 888-735-3448, www.priestsforlife.org
Birthright, 631-728-8900, 800-550-4900
Healing post-abortion: Rachel's Vineyard, 877-467-3463,
www.rachelsvineyard.org
40 DAYS FOR LIFE -- from September 23 - November 1, 2015; please participate in your
own way in this national campaign of prayer & fasting to end abortion. Now in its ninth
year, this campaign consists of people around the country addressing this issue with some
time set aside for prayer, fasting, and, where possible, attending prayerful vigils outside
abortion centers. See www.40daysforlife.com
Reflections On the Gospel from Pax Christi
November 1, 2015
Sunday is All Saints Day and the Church gives us the Beatitudes as the Gospel
reading. That suggests that the Beatitudes and saintliness must be related. But
look at the Beatitudes. They talk about being poor in spirit, meek, persecuted,
and insulted, among other things. Not very appealing or necessarily holy, we’d
probably agree. So what is the message we’re supposed to take from this
passage? Could it be, once again, that we are called to be counter-cultural, that
Jesus is telling us that what is truly right, truly blessed is to be humble, merciful,
willing to suffer for righteousness. Let us never think that being Christian is easy,
but let us remember that it is always worth the price.
Our Lady of the Hamptons
Prep 8 students and their teacher Mr. Chris Scapellati and Mrs. Erin Stadleman
journeyed to Ground Zero and a full day of touring lower Manhattan as part of their integrated Social
Studies/Language and Technology class. The Ground Zero Tribute center, the Stock Exchange ad Old St.
Paul’s Church were on their agenda.
Prep 7 students joined other Catholic school students at Adventureland for a full day of Technology/ Math
and Science studies based on the Physics of amusement rides. They also spent a lunchtime with the
Mrs. Katelyn Stukas, Mrs. Elyse Curro and their first graders presented HANSEL AND GRETL EAT
RIGHT. a full operetta based on good nutrition and healthy eating, while the preschool classes visited
Hank’s Pumpkintown and the Milk Pail for pumpkin an apple picking.
Bingo is back at OLH! There will be a special BINGO night held at the school
auditorium on Saturday evening, November 14th, beginning at 6:15PM.
Admission of twenty dollars entitles the participants to five games of BINGO as
well as a complimentary buffet supper and door prizes. Please contact the school
at 283-9140 for details.
OLH students will hold a special Marathon Day of running, biking and jumping rope on Saturday,
November 7th, from 9-11AM to benefit the school’s activities program. The venue will be the gym, track
and outdoor area of the school. Students are seeking sponsors for each lap covered in the running and
biking events.
Information packets and registration materials are available at the school now, leading toward September
2016 enrollment in Kindergarten through eight.
We invite parishioners and friends to learn more about Our Lady of the Hamptons by visiting the
website www.olh.org. Tours can be arranged at any time, by calling 283-9140.
REGIONAL SCHOOL
seniors of Bridgehampton nutrition center, the first of their planned monthly visits.
2 de Noviembre – Día de los Difuntos – Habrá dos
Misas en español para el Día de los Difuntos - una en
Southampton a las 7:00 PM y la otra en East Hampton
a las 7:30 PM.
Seguro de Salud para Niños - La representante de
Fidelis Care, Konny Tapias, estará en el Apostolado
Hispano los miércoles de las 10 AM hasta la 1:00 PM,
para ayudar con seguro de salud para los niños
APOSTOLADO HISPANO
Tomado de http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/es.html
El Papa Francisco habla a los Hispanos - Entre
nosotros hoy hay miembros de la gran población
hispana de los Estados Unidos, así como
representantes de inmigrantes recién llegados a los
Estados Unidos. Gracias por abrir las puertas. Muchos
de ustedes han emigrado – los saludo con mucho
afecto - y muchos de ustedes han emigrado a este país
con un gran costo personal, pero con la esperanza de
construir una nueva vida. No se desanimen por las
dificultades que tengan que afrontar. Les pido que no
olviden que, al igual que los que llegaron aquí antes,
ustedes traen muchos dones a esta nación. Por favor,
no se avergüencen nunca de sus tradiciones. No
olviden las lecciones que aprendieron de sus mayores,
y que pueden enriquecer la vida de esta tierra
americana. Repito, no se avergüencen de aquello que
es parte esencial de ustedes. También están llamados a
ser ciudadanos responsables y a contribuir –como lo
hicieron con tanta fortaleza los que vinieron antes-, a
contribuir provechosamente a la vida de las
comunidades en que viven. Pienso, en particular, en la
vibrante fe que muchos de ustedes poseen, en el
profundo sentido de la vida familiar y los demás
valores que han heredado. Al contribuir con sus dones,
no solo encontrarán su lugar aquí, sino que ayudarán a
renovar la sociedad desde dentro. No perder la
memoria de lo que pasó aquí hace más de dos siglos.
No perder la memoria de aquella Declaración que
proclamó que todos los hombres y mujeres fueron
creados iguales, que están dotados por su Creador de
ciertos derechos inalienables, y que los gobiernos
existen para proteger y defender esos derechos. Tomado
de http://w2.vatican.va.
Prevención del Cáncer - ¡Mujeres! Para hacer una cita
para una mamografía gratis llame a la trabajadora,
Claudia, en el número 516-317-7663.
Retiro para Familias - Todas las familias están
invitados a un retiro familiar el sábado, 7 de noviembre
de las 8 de la mañana hasta las 4 de la tarde en el salón
parroquial de East Hampton.
Quinto Congreso de la Mujer Latina del East End - el
sábado, 14 de noviembre, de las 8:30 AM hasta las
3:00 PM en el salón parroquial de Bridgehampton.
Rincón de Información
Curso Pre-Bautismal
El curso se da el último domingo de cada mes a la 1:30
PM en el Apostolado Hispano en Southampton o a las
5:00 PM en la iglesia en East Hampton. El próximo
curso será el domingo, 29 de noviembre. Favor de llevar
la copia del acta de nacimiento del niño. Bautizos en
Southampton serán el 1º de noviembre, el 13 de
diciembre, el 3 de enero y el 7 de febrero. Favor de notar
que en diciembre los bautismos en Hampton Bays serán
el 5 de dic., y en Southampton el 13 de dic.
El Asesor de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas
En el Apostolado Hispano en Southampton el jueves, 12
de noviembre, de las 2- 5 PM.
Comunidad de Oración para Adultos y Familias
Los martes a las 7:30 PM en la el salón parroquial. El 3r
martes de cada mes - la hora santa en la iglesia.
Divina Misericordia - Misa en la Basílica el cuarto
miércoles de cada mes a las 8:00 PM.
Preparación Pre Matrimonial – Para casarse por la
iglesia, haga una cita para una entrevista con el P. Jesús o
el P. Esteban. El curso pre-matrimonial se da por seis
domingos, de las 9 AM al mediodía comenzando el
primer domingo de junio, de octubre o de febrero.
Proclamas Matrimoniales – Primera Noticia
David Humberto Amaya and Lorena Pena
Requisitos para el Bautismo de un Niño
Curso: Para bautizar a su hijo, es necesario que los
padres y padrinos asistan al curso pre-bautismal.
Padrinos: Debe escoger a los padrinos conscientes de los
requisitos.
Los padrinos tienen que ser católicos
bautizados, confirmados y que han hecho su Primera
Comunión y deben poder comulgar.
El padrino
(madrina) debe ser un(a) soltero(a) o debe ser casado por
la iglesia.
Permisos: Si viven afuera de la zona servida por el
Apostolado Hispano, necesitan una carta de su párroco
dándonos permiso para bautizar su hijo.
Padre Esteban: Cel: 631-375-1001; Fax: 631-287-0986
Padre Jesus Arellano: Cel: 929-257-3467
Horas del Apostolado: Martes a Viernes de las 2-4 PM