29th Sunday in Ordinary Time October 18, 2015

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 14, 2015
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 18, 2015
You know that those who are recognized as rulers over the Gentiles
lord it over them, and their great ones make their authority over them felt.
But it shall not be so among you.
Rather, whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant;
whoever wishes to be first among you will be the slave of all.
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.
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
Parish Leadership:
Contact Us
Finance Committee
Fred Weinfurt (trustee)
Pat Jordan (trustee)
Jay Diesing
Charlene Kagel
John Neknez
Parish Office
168 Hill Street Southampton, NY
Pastoral Council
In formation
Liturgy
Jack Hanlon
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
Baptism
Consolation
Sr. Barbara McKenna, RSM
P: 631-283-0508
E: jferrantino@shjmbasilica.org
Please contact the Parish Office
to schedule an appointment with
Jennifer Ferrantino
Adult Faith Formation
Mary Adamczyk
Our Lady of Hamptons School
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.
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
P: 631-283-0097 Ext 317
Apostolado Hispano
Rev. Steve Grozio
631-283-4379 Cell: 631-375-1001
Vincentian Fathers
631-283-9647
BASILICA PARISH OF SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS & MARY
Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time :: October 18, 2015
Readings: Is53:10-11; Heb 4:14-16; Mk 10:35-45
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, Oct 24 5 PM Father Joe Finnerty
SERVERS McDonnell Bros.
E.M.’S
M. Adamczyk, T. Cavallaro, A. Fiore
LECTORS S. Krawciw
Sunday, Oct 25 8 AM Father Ed Kiernan
SERVERS K. Culver, L. Martin
E.M.’S
D. Gilmartin, P. Mackey, J. McKenna,
C & J Mottern
LECTORS P. Bogan, A. Enstine
GREETERS K. Moffa
9:30 AM Father Mike Vetrano
A. Cuccia, J. Hanes, Malone Bros.,
F. Kelly
E.M.’S
G. Arresta, A & J Cuccia, M. Johnson,
D. Valle
LECTORS J. Kearney, R. Kelly
GREETERS D. Meaney, C. Szafranski, M. Robison
SERVERS
11 AM Father Mike Vetrano
L. Lenahan, May Family
S. Adelante, T. Alegria, J. Cleary,
M. McDonald, L. Robins
LECTORS G. Bauer, J. Hanlon
GREETERS C. Brown, C. Butler, R. Essay
SERVERS
E.M.’S
SERVERS
E.M.’S
LECTORS
5 PM Father Bill Gill
R. Anderson, J. Terry
N. Conroy, K. Maple, T. Westergard
S. Oldakowski
Mass Intentions for the Week of Oct 19-25
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
12:00
8 AM
12:00
12:00
12:00
5 PM
8:00
9:30
11:00
ALTAR MINISTRY
CHURCH CLEANING: J. Ripalone
ALTAR CLOTHS: G. Bauer
HAND LINENS - Oct 11-24– K. Ciriello
SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL
October 18—P. Pellegrino
October 25—H. Ferguson
HAMPTON CENTER
October 18—A. Stanton, R. McGarry
October 25—T. Alegria, M.McDonald
Rosary - October 22—M A. Guyer
12:30
5 PM
Eilene Schumacher
Bailey Brown (L)
Anna Norsic
Bailey Brown (L)
Deacon Carl Sanfilippo
Robert Masterson
Ann Mara
People of the Parish & Tim
Behringer
Otto von Schirach, Jack
Cawley, David H. Gilmartin,
Elizabeth Hague, Bailey
Brown (L)
Mass in Spanish
Fred Bertrand
Financial Realities and Stewardship
The October 11th Collection was $9535.00.
Thank you for your generosity!
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 17/18
In Nomine Domini
Update
Dear Parish Family,
Our In Nomine Domini renewal is about to take a huge step from drawing board to reality. We have already
brought a number of projects to completion: Our bell tower and carillon are complete and ringing. Our
interior lighting upgrade is 90% complete. We estimate that the total power of all our fixtures before the
upgrade was about 21,600 watts! Now that will spin your electric meter. At this point we are brighter and
now using only about 10% of that energy. The last piece of this project is to upgrade the front altar spots
and the exterior church lighting for the building and walkways.
Or course I am sure you are all anxious about the big projects: heating and air conditioning, pew
refinishing, carpet, and restrooms. Here is the current schedule.
November 2015
• Required upgrade to electric service
• Contracts awarded for our geothermal wells—If required permits can be secured in time, the work will
be done before the new year.
March / April 2016
• Beginning the day after Easter, March 26, our church will close for about 2 weeks to allow removal of
old radiators and installation of new heating / cooling units.
• We are working to coordinate removal / refinishing of pews and floor refinishing in that same time
frame.
• Depending on the schedule and temperatures, we may still be able to have Sunday Mass in Church—we
will use the church hall if needed.
May 2006
• By mid May our air-conditioning is scheduled to be operational.
• We will be able to put finishing touches on carpet and pew work as the job is completed.
Rest Rooms
• At the present time we have a design for the rest rooms. There will be two located in the east side
vestibule of the church (on the left as you face the altar). We are presently working our way through
permits and creating final bid documents for the work. I hope this can be scheduled over the winter and
early spring.
So as you can see there is a lot that has taken place. We are in a position now to see things really move in
the next few months. Thank you so much for your generosity. None of this would be possible without your
love for Sacred Hearts!
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
Anna M. Norsic
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
St. Agnes Medal 2015
Kate Duggan
We are proud and joyful to announce that this
year’s St. Agnes Medal of Service will be
awarded posthumously to Kate Duggan. Kate
passed away this spring and her husband, Bill,
and children, Ann and Bill, will receive the
medal at St. Agnes Cathedral on October 25th.
Kate served our parish in so many ways. She
was an active member of our Liturgy
committee, In Nomine Domini Renewal
committee, and a Eucharistic Minister
to name just a few of the many hats she wore.
Above all else, she was known for her wisdom, humor, and kindness. Kate was also a recipient of
the Gloria Gaines Memorial award from Marymount College at Fordham University.
Parish Events
Mildred Demarco
Arline A. Weppler
Chester Arnister
Nicklas Keszler
Emil R. 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
Welcome:
The Parish of the Basilica of Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary welcomes the following
newly baptized child with joy:
Carmine Moon Gentile
Faith & Spirituality
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 off to a great start!! Our
children are excited to begin a new year in Faith
Formation! Pope Francis has inspired all of us to
live out our faith in small ways every day and here
is a great place to practice!
Please contact me with any questions 631-283-0508 or
jferrantino@shjmbasilica.org
Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School to
Hold Open House October 24, 2015
From 9 am to 12 pm on Saturday, October 24, 2015, McGann-Mercy will open its doors to
families of prospective students for the 2016-2017 school year, grades 7-12, giving them the
opportunity to tour the school and learn more about its academic, athletic and service programs in an
environment where “goodness becomes greatness when faith comes first.” With STEM-centered
engineering and environmental science curriculums, Advanced Placement, Scholars and Remedial
Programs, comprehensive athletic and extracurricular opportunities, Bishop McGann-Mercy
Diocesan High School provides a robust learning experience intermingled with Catholic values and is
uniquely positioned as THE Catholic High School on the East End.
For more information about the Open House or registration, please call the Admissions office at 631727-5900, ext. 321.
Located in Riverhead, New York, it is the mission of Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School to provide
an environment in which all students are challenged and inspired to achieve their personal best. With
approximately 500 students in grades 7-12, the school's uniquely small Catholic community, with its enriching
and supportive environment, has its roots in the religious traditions of the Sisters of Mercy and the Catholic
faith. The administration, faculty and staff are dedicated to teaching students to live morally, responsibly, and
productively. Distinguished by the United States Department of Education as a National School of Excellence
and accredited by the Middle States Association, McGann-Mercy is committed to preparing leaders for
tomorrow.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Classes are in session; please visit our website for more information
www.shjmbasilica.org under the Religious Ed tab.
Meet Jeannine Rose: Our new Director of Sacred Hearts
Parish Social Ministry
Parish Social Ministry
My name is Jeannine Rose and I am the
newest member of the staff at Sacred Hearts
of Jesus & Mary. In the position of
Director of Social Ministry, I hope to be
able to work with you to develop and reconnect relationships with all members of
the Parish Community.
Previously, I have worked as Director of
Parish Outreach at. St. Lawrence the Martyr
in Sayville, as well as Coordinator of
Religious Education at St. Francis Cabrini in Coram. I am a native Long Islander.
Born in Smithtown, grew up in Centereach, went to college in Oakdale and raised
four children in Coram where I still reside. I come to Sacred Hearts keenly aware of
the many challenges of raising a family on Long Island. It is my hope that this
experience will help me to reach out to the members of the community, from our
seniors, to the homebound, to those in need as well as our Spanish speaking
parishioners and the Spanish Apostolate.
I can not do any of this work without you! I look forward to meeting you in the next
few weeks and months and hope you will stop in to the Office to say hello, and
consider volunteering to help me make this vision a reality.
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.
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.
ENROLLMENT FORM
Please circle Weekly or Monthly:
Offertory contribution: $
(Note: Total contribution will be debited on the 1st of the month, or the next
business day. If you choose Weekly, the contribution will be debited on
Mondays.
I would like to enroll in the firstFruits program. I understand that my total contribution amount will be transferred
directly from my checking account as stated above, and a record of my gifts will appear on my bank statement and my
transfers will begin next month. A statement of my generosity for the year will be sent to me at the beginning of the new
year. I understand that I can increase, decrease, or suspend my giving at any time by simply calling the rectory office at
631-283-0097 {All gifts provided to your Church originating as Automated Clearing House transactions comply with
U.S. law.}
Signature:
X
Date::
Name(s): (please print)
Church Envelope #:
Street Address:
City/State/Zip Code:
Telephone:
E-mail:
It is possible to contribute in this way even if you are a part time member or also a member of another parish. We will
assign an account number to you.
For Checking Account Debit: Please return your completed form and either a copy of your voided check or fill out the bank and
account numbers below. Send to: First Fruits Enrollment, Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, 168 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968.
Credit Card Debit: We are not yet able to take credit card debits. If you would be interested in having the parish offer this
program please contact the rectory office.
The Name of your bank:________________________
Bank Routing Number:
Left group of numbers on your check.
Your Checking Account Number:
Right group of numbers on your check.
“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
Kid’s Page 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 18, 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
October 18, 2015
Sunday’s readings are likely to speak quite directly to each of us. After all, haven’t we all
experienced suffering? And haven’t we hoped that our suffering will somehow prove worth the
pain? Don’t we all wish for glory of some kind? And aren’t we inclined to think that we can do
what it takes to achieve it? But do the readings speak as directly to us when Jesus makes it very
clear that to share in his glory we must serve selflessly, even if that results in torture and death?
Ouch! Why does this faith have to be so hard? Let’s ask ourselves, “Am I willing to serve
humbly with boundless generosity? What does that mean in my real, personal life?” Then, give
it a try.
Religious Liberty in the United States
An Evening with Thomas Renker
Monday Evening, October 19th
Increasingly, cultural changes that come into conflict with religious teaching are reflected in
statutory, judge-made and administrative law. The transformation of these cultural movements into
law affects the rights of religious people and organizations to conduct themselves in conformance
with the teachings of their faith. Thomas Renker, General Counsel of the Diocese of Rockville
Centre, will offer a perspective on the growing conflict between culture and religious freedom in the
United States.
Tom Renker joined the Diocese of Rockville Centre as General Counsel on October 22, 2007. For over 25 years, he has
provided legal counsel to New York not-for-profit religious organizations and is now active, along with the grass roots
Long Island organization, Catholics for Freedom of Religion, in raising awareness of growing governmental and cultural
threats to the practice of religion in the public square. A native Long Islander and alumnus of Chaminade High School,
Tom is a 1986 graduate of New York University School of Law and a 1982 graduate of Columbia College, Columbia
University. A former resident of Sag Harbor, where his three children attended Stella Maris Regional School, he and his
wife, Mary, now reside in Mineola and are parishioners of Corpus Christi parish.
2015 Catholic Ministries Appeal
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APOSTOLADO HISPANO
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.
Intenciones del Papa para Octubre
Universal: Para que sea erradicado el tráfico de
personas, forma moderna de esclavitud.
Por la Evangelización: Para que con espíritu
Papa Francisco habla sobre la Familia - Renovemos misionero, las comunidades cristianas del continente
nuestra fe en la palabra del Señor que invita a nuestras asiático anuncien el Evangelio a todos aquellos que
familias a esta apertura; que invita a todos a participar aún lo esperan.
de la profecía de la alianza entre un hombre y una
Rincón de Información
mujer, que genera vida y revela a Dios. Que nos ayude
a participar de la profecía de la paz, de la ternura y del
cariño familiar. Que nos ayude a participar del gesto Curso Pre-Bautismal
profético de cuidar con ternura, con paciencia y con El curso se da el último domingo de cada mes a la 1:30
PM en el Apostolado Hispano en Southampton o a las
amor a nuestros niños y a nuestros abuelos.
5:00 PM en la iglesia en East Hampton. El próximo
Todo el que quiera traer a este mundo una familia, que curso será el domingo, 25 de octubre. Favor de llevar la
enseñe a los niños a alegrarse por cada acción que copia del acta de nacimiento del niño. Bautizos en
tenga como propósito vencer el mal –una familia que Southampton serán el 1º de noviembre, el 6 de diciembre,
muestra que el Espíritu está vivo y actuante– y el 3 de enero y el 7 de febrero.
encontrará gratitud y estima, no importando el pueblo
El Asesor de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas
o la religión, o la región, a la que pertenezca.
Que Dios nos conceda a todos ser profetas del gozo del En el Apostolado el 22 de octubre, de las 2- 5 PM.
Evangelio, del Evangelio de la familia, del amor de la
familia, ser profetas como discípulos del Señor, y nos Comunidad de Oración para Adultos y Familias
conceda la gracia de ser dignos de esta pureza de Los martes a las 7:30 PM en la el salón parroquial. El 3r
martes de cada mes - la hora santa en la iglesia.
corazón que no se escandaliza del Evangelio. Que así
sea. Tomado de http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/es/travels
Divina Misericordia - Misa en la Basílica el cuarto
La Formación Carismática– Las clases de la Escuela
de la Formación Carismática son el primer y el tercer
lunes de cada mes a las 7:00 PM en el Apostolado
Hispano en Southampton. Hable con los servidores del
Grupo Carismático de nuestra parroquia para más
información.
miércoles de cada mes a las 8:00 PM.
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
Proclamas Matrimoniales – Tercera Noticia
Ovidio Humberto Mendez Lopez and Michelle Ann
McGay
¿Conoce a alguien que tiene cáncer? - ¿Conoce a
alguien que tiene cáncer? Fighting Chance es una
organización que le puede ayudar gratis. Llame a
Blanca (631-329-2425) para más información.
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.
Retiro Para Hombres - El ministerio Nuevos
Discípulos les invita a todos los hombres mayores de
18 años a un retiro espiritual los días 23, 24 y 25 de
Octubre en Greenport. Los interesados pueden llamar a
Polo (516-903-3202) o a Padre Jesus.
Retiro para Matrimonios - El grupo ReMa les invita a
un retiro para matrimonios de 3 días del 30 de octubre
al 1º de noviembre en West Islip.
Para más
información favor de llamar a Enrique y Rocío Ortiz
631-702-5664/631-374-5387.
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.
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