Bulletin - St. Hugh of Lincoln

Welcome to our Parish Community
¡ Bienvenidos a nuestra Comunidad!
St. Hugh of Lincoln
Roman Catholic
Church
21 East Ninth Street
Huntington Station, New York 11746
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PASTORAL MINISTRY
Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Granata, Pastor
Rev. Gonzalo Oajaca Lopez, Associate
Rev. Khoa T. Le, In Residence
Rev. Francis Gasparik, OFM. Cap, Sunday Assistant
Rev. Paul Dolan, Sunday Assistant
Dr. Edward Billia, Deacon
Mr. Thomas Reilly, Deacon
Mr. Vito Taranto, Deacon
Mr. Luis Giraldo, Deacon
Mr. Richard Bilella, Deacon
Our Lord
Jesus
Christ,inKing
of theTime
Universe
November
Third
Sunday
Ordinary
January
25, 201523, 2014
LITURGY AND MUSIC
(Rectory) 427-0638; gene@sthugh.org
Mrs. Gene-Louise Poller, Director
YOUTH MINISTRY
(Rectory) 427-0638; youthmindiv@gmail.com
Mr. Daniel Diviney, Director
OUTREACH (SOCIAL MINISTRY)
(Center) 271-8986; fran@sthugh.org
Mrs. Fran Leek, Director
BUSINESS MANAGER
(Rectory) 427-0638; pete@sthugh.org
Mr. Pete Shepherd, Manager
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
(Center) 271-6081; helen@sthugh.org
Mrs. Helen Schramm, Director
TRINITY REGIONAL SCHOOL
1025 Fifth Avenue, E. Northport, NY 11731
261-5130; tregion@optonline.net
Miss Jeanne Morcone, Principal
Rectory 631-427-0638
Fax: 631-427-1319
rectory@sthugh.org
WORSHIP THIS COMING WEEK
Monday, 1/26
St. Timothy and St. Titus, Bishops
2 Tm: 1-8 / Mk 3: 22-30
8:00 am AnnMarie Leek
Tuesday, 1/27
St. Angela Merici, Virgin
Heb 10: 1-10 / Mk 3: 31-35
8:00 am Florence McMahon
Wednesday, 1/28
St. Aquinas, Priests and Doctor of the Church
Heb 10: 11-18 / Mk 4: 1-20
8:00 am Florence & Bill Kriete
Thursday, 1/29
Weekday
Heb 10: 19-25 / Mk 4: 21-25
8:00 am Loretta & William Keenan
Friday, 1/30
Weekday
Heb 10: 32-39 / Mk 4: 26-34
8:00 am Georgette Stiene
Saturday Memorial Mass, 1/31
St. John Bosco, Priest
Heb 11: 1-2, 8-19 / Mk 4: 35-41
8:30am Leo & Frances Rooney, Alice & George Lahm,
Barbara Schumacher, Hannah Duffy, Anna & Magdalena Lahm
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WORSHIP NEXT WEEKEND
January 31st and February 1st
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Dt 18: 15-20 / 1 Cor 7: 32-35 / Mk 1: 21-28 (71)
5:00 pm:
Celebrant: Fr. Gonzalo & Dcn. Rich
Intention: People of the Parish
7:00 am:
Celebrant: Fr. Gonzalo & Dcn. Ed
Intention: People of the Parish
8:15am-Spanish:
Celebrant: Fr. Joe & Dcn. Luis
Intention:
10:00 am:
Celebrant: Fr. Paul & Dcn. Jeff
Intention: Anthony Cuomo
11:30 am:
Celebrant: Fr. Francis & Dcn. Vito
Intention: Christian Eybergen
Stewardship in Action:
That as steward disciples, we stand ready to
accept, share and cultivate our gifts for service
to all our neighbors in the wider community, we
pray to the Lord…
Stewardship Reflection:
In today’s first reading, we hear Samuel respond
eagerly, “Here I am!” each time the Lord calls
him. May we, too, be listening for the call of
God in our lives and be ready to say like the
Psalmist, “Here am I, Lord; I come to do your
will.”
Living Stewardship:
We are grateful this week for all stewards in
our parish who answer their call to service by
assisting Catholic Charities” Housing Program
to ensure the physical, social and spiritual wellbeing of residents through access to safe and
affordable facilities.
Stewardship of Collections:
Our thanks and gratitude for your sacrificial
giving each week.
ENVIRONMENTAL LITURGY COMMITTEE
Thank you to our Environmental Liturgy
Committee for their “behind the scenes” work all
year long, especially at Christmas. Hanging the
wreaths and roping, setting up trees and
poinsettias, and then taking it all down when the
Christmas season is over, is a huge task. They do
it joyfully and well (!) as is evident by how
beautiful our Church looked:
Anna Maria& Leroy Bombardiere, Bob Bange,
Peg Bauer, Joanne Bilella, Mary Brenner,
Dorothy & Bob Brochon, Pat Cahill, Elaine
Carey, Sal Camardella, Ryan Diviney, Jerry
Ferrari, Corine Granato, Joanne Holmes, Florence
& Al Johnson, John Leo, Carol Milliken, Jerry
Poller, Rocco Schiavone, Ben Shepherd, Gail
Solimeno, Ed Vasta, Pete Shepherd and our maintenance staff, co-chairs, Rosalind Johnson and Sue
Lim, and the many unknown parishioners who, on
their own, swept up the messy, dropped flowers to
help keep our Church clean. A special thank you
to Sam Crocco who prepared a delicious luncheon
for us.
New ministers are always needed and no
decorating experience is necessary, just a
willingness to help. We will soon be setting up
the Church environment for Lent, and before we
know it, Easter! If you’d like to join our
committee, please call or email Gene Poller at the
rectory.
FROM THE PASTOR
ST HUGH’S PROJECT HOPE
&
Heagerty Family Foundation present
Little Cow Harbor Run for HOPE
Saturday, February 28, 2015
9:00 AM 4 Mile Run through the lovely hamlet of Greenlawn NY
8:30 AM Kids Fun Run (10 & Under) Oldfield Middle School
Student Athletes can register as a team for only $10/person
Walkers Welcome
Register www.active.com
Or Print out an application from www.projecthopeny.org
Free Homemade Soup at the Finish
Great Raffle Prizes
ALL proceeds benefit St. Hugh’s Project HOPE
~ Helping Other People Eat ~
ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE ASKED TO BRING A NON-PERISHABLE
FOOD ITEM FOR THE ST. HUGH’S FOOD PANTRY
‘Like Us’ on Facebook “St Hugh’s Project HOPE”
Sponsored by:
KLOVE radio
Staller Associates
Polimeni International
St. Hugh’s/St. Elizabeth’s Baseball Softball League
Any questions email us at projecthopeny@gmail.com
SOCIAL
SOCIAL
MINISTRY
MINISTRY
& NOTICES
OUTREACH 631-271-8986
Open: 10 am-11:50am and 1-3:00pm
With your help and continuous donations, Outreach assisted 7,400 clients in 2014.
We are still in need of the following items in the Food Pantry:
Canned Fruit, Juice 48oz - 64oz, Tomato Sauce, Soup, Cereal, Beans, Peanut Butter,
Tuna, Jelly, Chef Boyardee, and Macaroni & Cheese.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS 631-271-6081
Is God calling you to be a catechist? This is the perfect time to answer His call. While
classes are still in session we can show you exactly what the commitment entails.
This year we have over 720 children enrolled in our Religious Education Program, which
would not run without the commitment and dedication of our catechists who volunteer their
time and share their faith with the children.
If you accept and live the Gospel and the teachings of the Church, try to grow in your personal
spiritual formation and have a deep love for God, you would make a great catechist!
Is God calling you to be a catechist? Please call our office for more information.
ADULT SPIRITUAL FORMATION
St. Hugh’s Soul
Searching Cinema
presents…
Captivating and deeply
spiritual film.
Reveals his spiritual
depth, sense of humor
and intense faith.
Come & See...
Enjoy light refreshments
Stay for discussion
Sunday Matinee
February 8th
1:00 – 4:30 pm
St. John Fisher Room
LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA & NOTICES
OFICINA DE OUTREACH
Horas: 10 am-11:50am y 1-3:00pm
Con su continua ayuda, la oficina de Outreach asistio 7,400 clientes en 2014.
Todavia necesitamos de los siguientes articulos enlatados para la despensa de comida:
Fruta, Jugos, Salsa de Tomate y Salsa para Pasta, Cereal, Mantequilla de Mani, Atún, Jalea,
Habichuelas, Carnes enlatadas, y Macarrones con Queso.
RIGHT TO LIFE
HEALING THE PAIN OF ABORTION - ONE WEEKEND AT A TIME
Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild & redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential & non-judgmental environment where women & women can express, release & reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal & healing.
Rachel's Vineyard can help you find your inner voice. It can help you experience God's love & compassion
on a profound level. It creates a place where men & women can share, often for the first time, their deepest
feelings about abortion. You are allowed to dismantle troubling secrets in an environment of emotional &
spiritual safety.
Rachel's Vineyard is therapy for the soul. Participants, who have been trapped in anger toward themselves or
others, experience forgiveness. Peace is found. Lives are restored. A sense of hope & meaning for the future
is finally re-discovered.
Next weekend retreat is Friday, 2/6-Sunday, 2/8 Huntington. For more information or to register contact Deacon Joe at 516-445-3927 or email to rvr@lifecenterli.org
OUR PRAYER CORNER
Please remember the sick & suffering in your prayers, so they may receive healing & comfort:
Dom Ciccone
Caroline Chapman
Georgeann Green Christopher Sorensen
Fernando Palacio John Mulrooney
Theresa Kelsch
William Herold
Carolyn Lukralle Andrew Harvey
John Constantino Joseph Labarbera
Doris Dawson
Jacqueline Drexel
Bob Bohner
Gerry Brannigan
Russell Hayward
Thomas Guido
Erin O’Donnell
Dennis Wilk
Kathy Sorensen
Charles Parento III
Lisa Stovall
Noah Matsumoto
Fred Brynes
Gerard F. Saggese
Isidro Orona
Robert Leonardi
Joseph Pires
Carol O’Brien
Jason Rendel
Josephine Caiozzo
Mark Dineen
Lorraine Bachman
Helen Ketcham Yuriko Duggan
Gaile Cassar
Kathleen Fitzgerald
Kathy Agiesta
Francyn Caiozzo
Guillermo Zelaya Bill Mathews
Laura Grzan
Josephine Jeannette
Baby Gianna Pantina and those in the military, and the abused.
Marshal May
Anita Meza
Frank Polcer
Mary Lusardi
Gerry Staiman
Lucy Zgrablic
Mary Lou Lasala
Joseph Sansotta
Steve McVetty
Charles Naidi
Mary Wilson
Phil Paul
Joan Racis
John Michta
Luis Cruz
James Biggin
Rachel Metz
Mark Wahl
Steven Mueller
Robert Zimardo
NOTICES
POSITION AVAILABLE
St. Elizabeth of Hungary is interviewing for a new position, Director of Parish Outreach. The Outreach Director
will coordinate the volunteers (e.g., Core Workers) who
serve the clients who seek parish assistance through the
food pantry and other support services. This is a part-time
position, 20 hours a week. A degree in the social sciences
is required (masters preferred), as well as experience in
parish outreach. Please send cover letter and resume to:
Fr. Frank Schneider, 175 Wolf Hill Road, Melville, NY
11747, or email to fschneider@stelizabeth.org.
ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA HICKSVILLLE
CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS IS HOSTING
MILITARY BRIDGE
When: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2015
Where: Msgr. Tarrant Hall
Msgr. Tarrant Hall is in the St. Ignatius Old School on
East Nicolai Street (behind the church). The Hall is
handicapped accessible.
Time: Doors open at 1:30 pm…The game starts
promptly at 2:00
Cost: $10.00 per person Cake, coffee, and tea is
included.
Everyone will go home with a beautiful prize!
For reservations please call Alice at 516-433-7857
Walk-ins are welcome!
Join us for lots and lots of fun!
Worldwide Marriage
Encounter
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Married Couples!
Are you looking for the perfect Valentine’s Gift?
A Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend
Just might be what you are looking for.
The next weekend on Long Island is scheduled
for
February 13-15, 2015 at the Montfort Spiritual
Center in Bay Shore, NY.
Space is limited. For more information about the
weekends or to apply, call 1-877-697-9963 or visit
our web site at http://www.wwme.org.
Rectory Office Hours
Monday through Friday:
9:00 AM to Noon, and
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Saturday:
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Closed Sundays.
Sunday and Weekday
Eucharist Schedules
appear on page 2 of this
Bulletin.
Sacrament of
Reconciliation
4:00 - 4:45 Saturday afternoon,
or by appointment.
Sacrament of
Baptism
Baptisms are celebrated on
the 3rd Sunday at 1:00 pm.
Please call the rectory for
information on Baptism
preparation.
Sacrament of
Marriage
Couples should meet (by
appointment) with a priest or
deacon on our staff before making social arrangements. Preparation requires at least six
month’s time. Pre-Cana instruction is required. Music is
provided by parish liturgical
ministers.
World Wide Marriage
Encounter
Skip & Fran DeBlasio
631-367-4224
Sacrament of
Anointing of the Sick
Anointing is celebrated each
Sunday at the end of the 11:30
AM Mass.
Call the rectory in an emergency or for visitation of the
home-bound.
Parish Membership
We welcome new
members!
Please register at the rectory as
soon as possible. Also, please
give changes of address and
phone number to the rectory
when you move.
Parroco:
Padre Jose Granata: 427-0638
Padre Gonzalo Oajaca Lopez:
427-0638
Diacono Luis Giraldo:
516-724-0756
Lectores/Conselo Pastoral:
Rossie Louzara - 428-2253
PRE-Cana:
Carlos y Rosa Zegar - 427-4677
Grupo Juvenil:
Carlos Perez
631.387-2761
Carlos Rivas 631.830-2567
Min. de Eucaristia y Ujieres:
Marta Smith: 549-3966
Coro:
Jose D’Amico—516-497-1344
Grupo de Oración Renovación
Carismatica:
Elvia Lopez 631-920-2890
Jose Ramirez 631-897-1154
RICA:
Jose Ramirez 631-897-1154
Sacramentos & Ceremonias
Bautismos Requisitos:
•EI niño no debe tener mas de
6 años de edad.
•Traer el certificado de
nacimiento del nino y una
fotocopia.
•Deben recibir las dos charlas
prebautismales para padres y padrinos, las cuales se realizan; el
Segundo y tercer domingo de
cada mes, a las 9:30 de la mañana, en el salon St. Clare. Los padrinos deben tomar la 2da charla
el 3er domingo. Para mas información pueden llamar a
Jesús
631-836-5282
Ministerio del Rosario:
Felix Gonzalez 516-658-7854
Apostolado de la Divina
Misericordia:
Necesita Oracion:
llame 631.745-5762 escriba
email: divinamiser@aol.com
Bodas: Por favor hacer una cita
con el sacerdote O diacono 6 meses antes de la fecha.
Quinceañeras: Por favor de
llamar a la Rectoria 427-0638.
Misas: Martes 7:30pm en
La capilla y Domingo 8:15 am.
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.STHUGH.ORG
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Mardi Gras
Family Party
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
6:00 to 8:00pm in the St. Hugh Parish Center
$5 per person (kids 5yrs old and older)
$15 for Family (max. 5 members – additional members $5 extra)
Pizza, Hot Dogs, Cake, and Soft Drinks will be provided.
This year the “Alleluia” banner will be retired from the Auditorium at
the end of our celebration.
Please fill out the tear off below and drop it off at the Rectory, Religious Education or
the Outreach offices.
You may also place it in the collection basket in a white envelope and
write “Mardi Gras” on it.
Must be in by February 9th.
No walk-ins Please!!!
(We need a head count so that we can order food in advance)
We welcome all parish members to join us as we transition into Lent.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Name: _______________________
Phone # ___________
E-mail _______________________
# Attending ____
$ Enclosed ________
Fiesta Familiar
De Mardi Gras
Martes, 17 de febrero del 2015
De 6:00 a 8:00pm en el Centro Parroquial de San Hugo.
La entrada será de $5 por persona (niños mayores de 5 años en adelante)
$15 por familia hasta 5 personas ($5 por persona adicional)
Pizza, perros calientes, pastel, y refrigerios serán servidos.
Este año el letrero del “Aleluya” será retirado al final de nuestra celebración
desde el Gimnasio.
Favor llenar la parte de abajo y entréguela antes del 9 de Febrero, a la Rectoría,
a la oficina de Educación Religiosa ó la Oficina de Outreach,
Ó colóquelo en la canasta de colecta en un sobre blanco y escriba “Mardi Gras”.
No se aceptarán personas sin haber sido registradas!!!
(Necesitamos saber exactamente la cantidad de personas que asistirán,
para poder ordenar la comida)
Invitamos a todos los miembros de la parroquia, mientras hacemos la transición
hacia Cuaresma.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nombre: ______________________
# Telefónico ________
Correo Electrónico_________________
# de Personas ______
$ _______