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Reverend Joseph T. Holcomb, Pastor
Sunday Masses
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Msgr. Michael Brennan
5:00 p.m. (Vigil)
Permanent Deacon
Deacon Eugene R. Wohlfarth
7:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m. (Family)
10:30 a.m. (Choir)
12:00 Noon
1:30 p.m. (Spanish)
In Residence:
Rev. Matthew J. Diamond
Rev. Wilfrid Dewan, C.S.P.
Director of Finance & Operations
Mr. Joseph V. Dorsa
Weekday Mass
Monday - Friday:
8:30 a.m. & 12:00
8:30 a.m.
Receptionist & Pastor’s Secretary
Mrs. Maureen Powers
Director of Faith Formation
Mrs. Maria C. Tortorella
Pastoral Care Minister
Sr. Aileen Halleran, SC
7:00 p.m. (Vigil)
8:30 a.m.
12:00 Noon
Director of Music Ministry
Mr. Stephen Galizia
Leader of Song
Mr. Joel Saavedra
School Principal
Mrs. Debora A. Hanna
School Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Mary Ann Dorsa
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 16, 2014
Blessed are you who fear the LORD.
— Psalm 128:1a
St. Andrew Avellino Rectory
St. Andrew Avellino School
35-60 158th Street
Flushing, NY 11358
Rectory Phone: 718-359-0417
35-50 158th Street
Flushing, NY 11358
Phone: 718-359-7887
Fax: 718-539-2830
Fax: 718-359-2295
Parish Staff Email
Rev. Joseph T. Holcomb, Pastor……………………………………
Msgr. Michael Brennan, Parochial Vicar………………………
Mr. Joseph Dorsa, Director of Finance & Operations...………………...…
Mrs. Maureen Powers, Pastor’s Secretary & Receptionist……………
Mrs. Maria Tortorella, Director of Faith Formation.……………...…
Sr. Aileen Halleran, S.C., Pastoral Care Minister……………………
Mrs. Debora Hanna, School Principal………………………
Parish Office Hours
Monday thru Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Parents must contact the Rectory to make arrangements. Baptisms are scheduled for 3:00 p.m. in the
Church on the First Sunday of the month in English
and Third Sunday of the month in Spanish.
Closed from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. Weekdays
Faith Formation Office
Couples should call the rectory for an appointment
at least six (6) months prior to a proposed wedding
date and before a date is finalized with a reception
Pastoral Care Office
Reconciliation (Confession)
Eucharist for the Homebound
The Sacrament of Anointing is for those who are
sick. Please call the Rectory or our Pastoral Care Office if you wish to receive the Sacrament.
Phone: 718-445-7012
Monday thru Thursday……...10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Or by appointment
Phone: 718-359-5276
Sunday thru Thursday …..... 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Available on request. Please call the Pastoral Care
Office to make arrangements. We appreciate knowing when a member of the parish is hospitalized.
First Friday
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament after the 8:30
a.m. Mass concluding with Benediction prior to the
12:00 Noon Mass.
Saturdays 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
Baptism Certificates
When calling to request a copy of your Baptismal Certificate please have your full birth name,
date of birth, godparents names and if possible
the baptismal date. We appreciate your assistance with this process.
Sunday Bulletin Reminder
Our bulletin must be e-mailed to the printer by 10 a.m. every Tuesday morning. All announcements must be
submitted to Maureen Powers either by fax, letter or e-mail to by
3:00 p.m. Friday. Announcements received after that will be published the following week. All announcements are subject to staff approval.
Thanksgiving Family
We will celebrate a Thanksgiving Family Mass on Wednesday, November 26 at 7:00 p.m.
in the Church. At the end of this
mass we will continue our tradition of distributing blessed
bread to each family to enjoy at their Thanksgiving table. On Thursday, November 27th we
will celebrate Mass at 8:30 a.m. There will be
no 12:00 Noon Mass on Thanksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving Day Collection
The city and state has cut all funding for food
and supplies to our men’s shelter. In order to
assist the shelter our Thanksgiving Day envelope and collection goes directly to support it.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration
Please join us as we host the Annual Interfaith
Service on Monday, November 24th at 7:30 p.m.
in our church.
Participating Congregations include:
▪ Temple Beth Sholom
▪ Resurrection Lutheran Church
▪ The Church on the Hill
▪ St. Andrew Avellino RC Church
▪ St. Kevin RC Church
It will be followed by fellowship in which refreshments will be served in our school cafeteria.
If you have any questions, please feel free to
contact the rectory at 718-359-0417.
Thanksgiving Food Collection
Our Annual Food Collection has
begun. Boxes to accept your food
donations will be placed at the doors
of the Church. Please be sure they are nonperishable items in secure boxes or cans. In
order to supply turkeys in our baskets, we need
assistance. If you wish to provide financial
contributions, please put as much as you wish
in an envelope marked THANKSGIVING
TURKEYS and place in collection or drop them
off at the Rectory by Sunday, November 23rd.
Daniel Rodriguez
Christmas Concert
Friday, November 21, 2014
Andrean Hall @ 7:30 P.M.
Please make plans to join us on Friday, November 21st in Andrean Hall for a Christmas Concert by Daniel Rodriguez. If you attended his
show last year in the Church you know how
wonderful the performance will be. Tickets are
$20 for adults and $10 for children age 13 and
under. Please call the rectory for tickets.
Men’s Homeless Shelter
On the weekend of October 25th and
26th we had sign-ups for the Men’s
Homeless Shelter The shelter will be
open for approximately 90 evenings.
 for dinners for the men we are covered for
83 evenings. Only 7 evenings are open.
 for men staying over night 15 evenings are
 for greeters, all evenings are covered with at
least one person acting as greeter. We can
always use a second person on many evenings.
If you are able to help with the Men’s Shelter,
please call Sr. Aileen at 718-359-5276.
Advent Wreaths & Candles
Advent Wreaths & Candles will be available for
purchase in the rectory beginning on Monday,
November 17th. We will also offer them after
all the Masses the weekend of November 29th &
30th. After this weekend they may be purchased
in the Rectory. Candles are $5 and a complete
set, Wreath & Candles are $10.
Christmas Buttons
On the weekend of November 22nd & 23rd we
will have our Annual Christmas buttons available after Masses. The donation is $2.00 per button and we have a limited supply of buttons. If
there are any buttons left they will be available
in the rectory beginning Monday, November
We Honor Our Veteran’s
We are often asked to pray for our service members - well, we want to know who they are. We want
their history, too. We are sure that there are Spanish American War, WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam,
Gulf, etc. veterans from St. Andrew’s but may never get information unless you tell us. Please contact Frank Kirchoff 718-359-1359 with any information or questions.
Men and Women of St. Andrew Avellino who have served our country.
Lorenz Arfsten, Boatswain Mate 3rd Class(BM3), Navy, 1968 to 1972, USS Nantahala, USS Intrepid
Joseph G. Bowe, Col., USMC, 1990–active, Afghanistan (2), Pentagon
Edna Brix Seelig RN (D), Lt., Army, 1943-1945, European Field Hospitals (Front)
Harry Brix (D), Lt., USMC, 1943-1945, Pacific
Robert Brix (D), Lt., Army, 1950-1952
Steven Brix, Capt., Army, 1970-1974, Vietnam
Joseph R. Brostek, Capt, USAF, 1955-1969, SAC
Paul R. Brundige, Sgt., USMC, 1967-71, Vietnam (2)
Michael G. Bunick (D), TSgt, Army. 1942-1945, Bronze Star, POW
Emmett G. Clark (D), Chief, Navy, 1940-1962, USS California, Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, Korea
Dominick Conti, Tech 5, Army, 1943-1946, Engineers, France
Michael Patrick Conway, Capt, US Army, Special Forces, 2006 – Active, West Point, Iraq (2), Fort Campbell, KY
Robert E. Dempsey, Cpl. Army Air Corp., 1942-1945, Britain, France
Marvin Ferreira, Col., Army, Vietnam
Edward T. Haggerty (D), Pvt., Army National Guard, 1959
James P. Haggerty, Capt, Army, 1994-2004, Saudia Arabia
John J. Haggerty, Spc., Army, 1990-1994
Elizabeth Kantarakas, LTjg, Navy, 2011-active, USS San Diego
Francis A. Kirchoff, Sr. (D), Seaman, Navy, 1944-1945
James S. Kirchoff, Lt. Col., USAF, 1969-2003, Vietnam
John H. Kirchoff (D), Pvt., Army, 1941-1945, WWII, POW
John Lawless, Spec. 4, Army, 1969-1971, Vietnam, 2 Purple Hearts, Combat Infantry Badge
Thomas Lydon, Cpl. Army, 1952-1954, France
John P. Mara, PFC, Army, 1941-1945, Africa, Sicily, Normandy (wounded 6/14/44)
Anthony C Maieli, Sgt., USAF, 1969-1971, Vietnam
Steven J. Maieli, Senior Airman, USAF, 1999-2003, (Security Forces), Elmendorf AFB, Saudi Arabia, Prince Sultan Airbase, 2001, Operation Enduring Freedom
Martin McDermott, SSgt, USAF, 1951-1955
Fr. James E. McInenly (D), Major, Army, 1942-1945, WWII, New Guinea, Chaplain
Fr. Joseph F. McInenly (D), 1Lt, Navy, 1943-1946, WWII, Pacific, Chaplain
**Both of them celebrated their first Masses in the old Church. Fr James in 1936 and Fr Joseph in 1938
John Monteverdi Lt., Army, 1961-1963
Anthony D. Occhino, PFC (T), Army, 1951-1953, Korea
Thomas Petronzio, Army, Gunner, 1943-1946, Germany
Robert Pomposello, Spec 4, Army, 1965-1967, Radio Operator, Vietnam
Patrick J. Porter, Cmdr, Navy, 1988-2008, Annapolis, Flight Officer, Gulf War
Kieran Riordan, PFC, Army, 2013- present, Language School, CA
Frank Sasadek, Major, Army, 1970-1993, Vietnam
Peter J. Weidner, Sgt., US Army Air Corps, 1941-1946, WWII, Biak New Guinea.
Peter J. Weidner, Jr. Spec 5, Army, 1970-1972, Vietnam.
Stewardship Moment
In today’s Gospel, Jesus delivers the parable of the talents; using the example of money rather than
abilities or skills. It’s a story about investments, risks and returns. Stewards understand that God
has given them an abundance of spiritual gifts. They know God doesn’t want them to simply receive
these blessings and bury them in fear, but to multiply them; to use these gifts to serve Him and others; to spread Christ’s Good News; to go and make disciples of others. Good stewards invest what
God has given them in the service of others and are prepared to render an account when the Lord
returns. Reflect this week on how you are returning your own God-given gifts back to God with increase.
On-Line Giving
Liturgical Ministers Schedule
Weekend of November 22nd/23rd
Eucharistic Ministers
Team A
5:00 pm
7:30 am
10:30 am
12:00 pm
1:30 pm
Altar Servers
5:00 pm
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:00 pm
1:30 pm
Please visit our parish website or use
the following link: to
create and maintain your e-giving account. You
can create a separate schedule for your weekly
collection as well as a separate schedule for
your monthly energy collection. All Second
Collections are also available for on-line giving.
Please note that you need to create a yearly
schedule for these second collections. Any questions please contact Joseph Dorsa at the Rectory.
Upcoming Special Collections
November 23rd….….....Catholic Campaign for
Human Development Collection
November 27th…………………Shelter Program
Children’s Sacrificial Giving
November 9th…………..……………….$177.25
I helped my mom take care of my sister.
Eucharistic Ministers & Lectors
We are always in need of Eucharistic Ministers
and Lectors at all weekday and Sunday Masses.
Anyone wishing to become a Eucharistic Minister or Lector please see Fr. Holcomb or Msgr.
Brennan after Mass.
Altar Servers
Any child in the 4th Grade or older who is interested in becoming an Altar Server please
have a parent contact the rectory for more information.
Annual Catholic Appeal
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Annual Catholic
Appeal. As of Wednesday, October
15th we hit our goal of $85,000. If you have not
yet made a pledge please see our website for
more information. Thank you again for making this year’s Appeal a success.
Donors………... 309
Pledged……….. $85,655.90
Trigésimo Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
16 de noviembre de 2014
Dichoso el que teme al Señor.
— Salmo 128 (127):1a
Los padres deben llamar a la rectoría para hacer
arreglos. Los bautismos son a las 3:00 p.m. , en
la iglesia, el primer domingo del mes en inglés y
el tercer domingo del mes en español.
Los novios deben llamar a la rectoría para una
cita previa por lo menos seis (6) meses antes de
la fecha de la boda y antes de finalizar el compromiso con la sala de recepción para la boda.
Los sábados de 3:30 p.m. a 4:30 p.m.; o llámenos
para hacer una cita con el sacerdote al 718-3590417.
Refugio de Andrés Avellino
- Homeless Shelter
Este año nuestro refugio se abrirá justo después
del día de Acción de Gracias, el lunes 17 de noviembre. Pedimos a todos nuestros feligreses a
considerar ser voluntarios para esta noble causa
en la que se le da casa hasta 10 personas en las
tardes de lunes a sábado por la mañana. La inscripción se llevará a cabo después de cada misa
el próximo domingo. Este registro se llevará a
cabo en Andrean Hall.
Misa a La Virgen de Guadalupe
Patrona de las Américas
Viernes 12 de diciembre, 2014
En la Parroquia St. Andrew Avellino
A las 7:00 pm
Confirmaciones para adultos
Confirmación para adultos que han recibido los
sacramentos del bautismo y la eucaristía están
invitados a participar en las sesiones que los
preparen para el sacramento de la confirmación. Llamar a la hermana Aileen al 718 3595276 para obtener más información.
Primer viernes
Adoración al Santísimo Sacramento primer
viernes del mes después de la misa de las 8:30
Grupo de oración Carismático
“Fuentes De Agua Viva”
Los invita a alabar y glorificar el nombre de
nuestro Señor Jesucristo todos los lunes de 7-9
PM en el Andrean Hall. Para más información,
llamar al teléfono: 917-723-1505
Un Momento de Corresponsabilidad
En el Evangelio de hoy, Jesús presenta la parábola de los talentos; usando el ejemplo del
dinero en lugar de las habilidades o capacidades. Es una historia acerca de inversiones,
riesgos e ingresos. Los corresponsables saben
que Dios les ha dado una abundancia de dones
espirituales. Ellos saben que Dios no quiere que
ellos simplemente reciban esos dones y los entierren por temor, sino que los multipliquen; para usar estos dones para servirle a Él y a otros;
para expandir las Buenas Nuevas de Cristo; para ir y hacer discípulos a otros. Los buenos corresponsables invierten lo que Dios les ha dado
en el servicio de otros y están preparados para
rendir cuentas cuando el Señor regrese. Reflexione esta semana sobre cómo está usted devolviendo a Dios con incremento sus propios
dones recibidos de Él.
Día 10. La lengua chismosa
Las murmuraciones pueden ser un “delicioso manjar” al que es difícil resistirse.
Las palabras del delator son golosinas, que bajan hasta el fondo de las
entrañas. Proverbios 18,8 Parecería que todas las mujeres cuando van al salón de belleza tienen una opinión de porque Oprah Winfrey no se ha
casado con su novio de toda la vida, Steadman Graham.
Rehusándome a reunirme en la discusión, metí mi cabeza en el libro y decidí que era buen momento para continuar mi
lectura. Porque yo ya había sido objeto de algunas conversaciones “noticiosas”, yo sentía aversión hacía esas no
productivas comunicaciones. Me senté pensando, ¿Qué significa eso para ti? ¿Por qué te importa?
¿Alguna vez te comprometes con conversaciones haraganas y a veces hasta maliciosas acerca de los asuntos personales
de otros? Las murmuraciones pueden ser un “delicioso manjar” al que es difícil resistirse. Ahora, estoy segura que
todos los que están leyendo estos artículos han sido culpables de este popular pasatiempo –algunas veces como
titulares y otras como oyentes. ¡Oh, la disminución de valor de dicho comportamiento!
¿Sabía que las murmuraciones pueden disminuir su sentido de auto estima? ¿Cómo? Cuando se murmura, uno se da
cuenta que no se está actuando con integridad. Nos sentimos mejor con nosotros mismos cuando hacemos cosas que le
agradan a Dios; después de todo Él nos creó para su placer.
¿Cuál es la solución? ¿Cómo se pueden detener los chismes? ¡Detente antes de hacerlo! Pregúntate porque estás siendo
portador de esas noticias. ¿Es la única manera que conoces para hacer amistad con las personas? ¿Necesitas ser el
centro de atención? ¿Te hace sentir superior el saber algo negativo de las personas, lo cual los demás no saben? ¿Tienes
envidia de los logros de las demás personas? ¿Porqué estas dispuesto a utilizar el templo de Dios como un “receptor de
basura” siendo tú un receptor de chismes? ¿Qué pretendes hacer con la información que un chismoso te diga? ¿Estás
aburrido de tu vida por lo que necesitas más acción y actividades interesantes? He observado que aquellas personas que
se dedican de manera ferviente a sus propias metas y aspiraciones, son menos afectos a desperdiciar tiempo
discutiendo las cosas de los demás.
Si seriamente quieres desaparecer los chismes de tu vida, debes de iniciar una campaña en contra de ellos. Hazle saber
a la gente que no serás un chismoso ni oirás los “deliciosos manjares de los demás”. Declare su medio ambiente, ya sea
en el trabajo, en la casa o en el juego, como una “zona libre de murmuraciones”. Haga todos los esfuerzos posibles
para evitar a los defensores de las murmuraciones. “Una murmuración revela secretos así que no se relacione con
alguien que hable demasiado” (Proverbios 20,19).
Cuando la gente llega a mi oficina y comienza a murmurar o a comprometerse en cualquier plática impía, señala hacia
mi lengua y exclamo, “rápida lengua!” Ellos se dan cuenta inmediatamente que no planeo estar de acuerdo con su
conversación. El rehusarse a comprometerse en las murmuraciones puede dar como resultado menos visitantes y
llamadas por teléfono; sin embargo su impacto tendrá mayores alcances.
Yo he recibido emails, llamadas y cartas de gente de todo el mundo testificando acerca del impacto que la lengua
rápida está teniendo en sus vidas.
Cuando su lengua es usada como un instrumento de lo correcto sus bienes se incrementarán en el cielo. Usted podrá
declarar humildemente, con completa dependencia del Padre: “Permite que las palabras de mi boca y las meditaciones
de mi corazón, sean aceptables, Oh Señor, mi fuerza y mi redentor” (Salmo 19,14 )
No estoy ocupado en los asuntos de otras personas. Por lo tanto, no dejo que mi lengua sea un instrumento de la
Preserving the Vision—Newsletter #2
Dear Parents/Guardians,
What do we wish to preserve through the strategic planning process called “Preserving the Vision”?
The Catholic Identity of the Catholic elementary schools and academies within the Diocese of Brooklyn is the primary
reason for their existence.
“The complexity of the modern world makes it all more necessary to increase awareness of the ecclesial identity of the
Catholic school and academy. It is from its Catholic Identity that the school/academy derives its original characteristics
and its structure as a genuine instrument of the Catholic Church, a place of real and specific pastoral ministry… The ecclesial nature of the Catholic School/Academy is written in the very heart of its identity as a teaching institution” (The
Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millennium – Congregation for Catholic Education, 1998).
This is one of the reasons for Preserving the Vision.
Over the last six years within the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, we have reaffirmed our unwavering commitment to
preserve the mission of Catholic education and the important role that it plays both in the life of the larger Church and in
the many diverse communities that comprise our diocese.
The mission of Catholic education is simple. It is to lead our children, teachers, staff and yourselves, as parents and
guardians, to salvation in Jesus Christ, the Lord. Saint Pope John Paul II explained this mission by describing our Catholic schools as “the privileged environment in which Christian education is carried out. Catholic schools are at once places of evangelization, of complete formation, of inculturation, and of apprenticeship in a lively dialogue between young
people of different religious and social background.”
The Catholic elementary schools and academies within the Diocese of Brooklyn strive to educate the whole child: spiritually, academically, morally, emotionally, socially, and physically in partnership with parents. This allows the Catholic
elementary school and academy to educate and evangelize students for the Catholic Church’s mission in the world.
Catholic Schools/Academies are:
Places for Evangelization
Places of Complete Formation
Places of Inculturation
Places of Apprenticeship
The Catholic elementary school and academy “are a true and proper ecclesial entities by reason of its educational activity in which faith, culture and life are brought into harmony” (The Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millennium, 11).
Essential to the continued success of Catholic education remains the challenge of identifying and providing the resources
needed for our schools to thrive. We are working not only to promote the teachings of the Gospel, but we are also expanding the educational and technological opportunities needed to optimize student achievement. Through Preserving
the Vision, we are pursuing the development of multi-faceted partnerships with colleges and universities, which will benefit our students through the expansion of educational resources.
Our long-term goal remains the same—to preserve the Gospel message and foster Catholic schools that are committed to
excellence, service and formation of the entire child. The very message we preserve is based on the teachings found in
the Gospel, which will always be the foundation for the mission of Catholic education. This has been the trademark of
our existence for over a century, and we are committed to ensure its continuation for many generations to come.
We are also determined and prepared to address the challenges of the 21st century. Preserving the Vision will position
our schools and academies for a bright future, while always remaining faithful to the mission of Catholic education, the
great treasure that we have received.
Catholic elementary schools and academies are valued as important elements in the mission and responsibility of the
Diocese of Brooklyn and its parishes.
Please find Preserving the Vision on the Diocesan Website for Catholic Education,
Thomas Chadzutko, Ed.D.
Memorial Christmas Trees
We will once again be offering an opportunity for our parishioners to memorialize Christmas Trees
in front of and around our church. Each Christmas tree will be lit at the same time our new tree is
lit Sunday, December 15th and will remain lit throughout the Christmas season. If you would like
to memorialize a tree in memory of a loved one the donation is $200. Please use the form below.
Dear Fr. Holcomb:
Please memorialize a Christmas Tree on the parish grounds for our family. Enclosed is a $200.00 donation per tree. My family and I thank you.
Your Name:__________________________________________________________________
Your Address:________________________________________________________________
Telephone:_____________________ E-Mail Address:_______________________________
Tree is In Memory of:
Memorial Christmas Lights
We will once again be offering an opportunity for our parishioners to memorialize lights on our
parish Christmas Tree. It is $5.00 per name and all names will be displayed in front of the Christmas
Tree on Northern Boulevard. If you would like to memorialize lights in memory of a loved one the
please use the form below.
Dear Fr. Holcomb:
Please remember the following names on your Christmas Tree this year. Enclosed is a $5.00 donation per name. My family and I thank you.
Your Name:__________________________________________________________________
Your Address:________________________________________________________________
Telephone:_____________________ E-Mail Address:_______________________________
Names to be remembered:
Readings For The Week
Week of November 15th/16th
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
5:00 p.m. (Sat) Victor Maresca
Carol Brostek
7:30 a.m.
Missa Pro Populo
9:00 a.m.
Honorable Henry Sarnataro
10:30 a.m.
Nellie Garcia
12:00 p.m.
Marilyn Sasiadek
Maria Della Vecchia
Serge Boisette
1:30 p.m.
George, Anastacia &
Bernadette Philibert
8:30 a.m.
Souls in Purgatory
12:00 Noon
Thomas Lynam
8:30 a.m.
John Sabarin
12:00 Noon
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Laffan
8:30 a.m.
Souls in Purgatory
12:00 Noon
Vitale Family
8:30 a.m.
Kathleen Murphy
12:00 Noon
Mary C. Carey
8:30 a.m.
Catherine & Edward O’Connell
12:00 Noon
Melissa Carro (9th Anniversary)
8:30 a.m.
Souls in Purgatory
5:00 p.m. (Sat) Winifred Brennan
7:30 a.m.
Missa Pro Populo
9:00 a.m.
Martin Ban
10:30 a.m.
Honorable Lawrence V. Cullen
12:00 p.m.
John P. Jordan
Henry L. Kulagowski
Danusia Schroeder
Joseph Albanese (1st Anniversary)
1:30 p.m.
George, Anastacia &
Bernadette Philibert
Living a new life through ..…
Frederick Chan & Cindy Vallejo
Hugh P. Doyle
Monday: Rv 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 18:35-43
Tuesday: Rv 3:1-6, 14-22; Ps 15:2-5; Lk 19:1-10
Wednesday: Rv 4:1-11; Ps 150:1b-6; Lk 19:11-28
Thursday: Rv 5:1-10; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b;
Lk 19:41-44
Friday: Rv 10:8-11; Ps 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111,
131; Lk 19:45-48
Saturday: Rv 11:4-12; Ps 144:1b, 2, 9-10;
Lk 20:27-40
Sunday: Ez 34:11-12, 15-17; Ps 23:1-3, 5-6;
1 Cor 15:20-26, 28; Mt 25:31-46
Mass Book Opening
The Mass book for the 2015 calendar year has
opened. The stipend for a weekday Mass is $15
and a Sunday Mass is $25. Please see Mrs. Powers to reserve your Mass for 2015.
Altar Bread & Wine
In Memory of Theresa Mullan
Requested by Kathy Lambe
In Memory of Carmela Clark
Requested by Sean & Susy Mullan
Sanctuary Candles
In Memory of Honorable Henry Sarnataro
Requested by the Guadagno Family
In Memory of Carmela Clark
Requested by Sean Og, Siobhan & Sheena Mullan
Please Pray For Those Who Are Ill
Frances Beiner, Brenda Bumbery, Alicia
Cardona, Joan Chandler, John Cotter, Bernadette
Cremmins, Michael Cunniffe, Alda Desio,
Eleanor Donoghue, Kevin Driscoll, Rosario
Duran, Virginia Dura, Stephanie East, Mary
Fessman, Benjamin Ficalora, Julia Friscia, Marie
Galbo, Valentina Geiger, Joan Gulas, Vincent
Iarusso, Ellen Luka, Josephine Mackey, Olmeda
Mara, Kathy McGarry, Genoveva McMonagle,
Barbara Olownia, Maureen O’Neill,
Pienta, Kathie Pomposello, Marie Rivosecchi,
Charles Rumpf, Norma Siragusa,
Tedesco, Ellen G. Tully, Josette Yacovone and
George Zuniga.
Large Off Street
Parking Area
John S. Possenriede
39th Ave. at 215th St.
(718) 229-2420
Privately Owned & Operated by the Possenriede Family
Parishioner for over 40 yrs
Realty Group LLC
Joseph Ferone
199-17A 32nd Avenue, Bayside, NY11358 Office 718-229-5200
33-11 36th Avenue, Astoria, NY 11106 Office 718-392-6900
Fax 718-392-6934
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Michael O’Neill McGrath, OSFS
A colorful Catholic ABC
Quinn-Fogarty Funeral Home
John J. Hogan, Jr.
Robert J. Hogan
book for kids and families! Includes a
glossary of questions to help adults pass on
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192-15 Northern Boulevard
Flushing, New York 11358
(718) 353-5166
This firm is owned by a subsidiary of Service Corporation International
* 1929 Allen Parkway Houston, TX 77019* (713) 522-5141
24/7 HELP
Cell 917 797-9030
Office 718 631-8900
Come Sail Away on a 7-night Catholic Exotic Cruise
starting as low as $1045 per couple. Daily Mass and
Rosary offered. Deposit of only $100 per person
will reserve your cabin.
Space is limited. Thanks and God Bless,
Brian or Sally, coordinators 860.399.1785
an Official
Travel Agency
George’s Painting
And Contracting
Painting & Paper Hanging
Free Estimates – Fully Insured
George Baynes
Karen M. Yost
Richard E. O’Connell
24-44 Francis Lewis Blvd.
$19.95*/Mo. +
➢ No Long-Term Contracts
➢ Price Guarantee
➢ A+ Rating with BBB
Phone: (718) 767-6400
24 Hour Service
Gas Heat • Bathrooms • Drains Cleaned
206-01 48th Ave., Bayside, NY 11364
“Our 37th Year”
Please Cut Out This “Thank You Ad” and Present It
The Next Time You Patronize One of Our Advertisers
*First Three Months
Main Office 335-1300
Rego Park 459-3400
Forest Hills 520-1500
Ridgewood 497-4800
Fresh Meadows 353-6145
New Hyde Park (516) 437-5000
511054 St Andrew Avellino Church (B)
Thank you for advertising in our church bulletin.
I am patronizing your business because of it!
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-524-0263
Caring for families for over 100 years
Large Parking Facilities
149-20 Northern Boulevard
Flushing, NY 11354
at all locations.
(718) 359-6300
Family owned and operated by
Martin A.
John Aloysius Golden &
Also located in Bayside & Whitestone
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Thomas A. Golden III
Funeral Home L.L.C.
(718) 445-3445
Christian R. Zimmer, D.D.S.
“The Best Foot Care In Your Home”
Cosmetic and Family Dentistry
Susan E. Lewin, D.P.M.
35-05 161 St.
“The Home Care Specialist”
John J. McCann Exterminating, Inc.
Carollo Real Estate
FHA VA Inspections • Structural Repair
• Houses • Rentals • Co-ops/Condos • Commercial • Property Management
• Termites • Rodents • Insects
199-18 32nd Avenue
(718) 224-3083
Licensed & Insured
60-01 169th St., Flushing Whitestone
11-05 154th Street
(718) 747-7747
Family Owned & Operated Since 1934
A man wakes up after sleeping
under an ADVERTISED blanket
Your Parish in
on an ADVERTISED mattress
Your Will.
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
and pulls off ADVERTISED pajamas
bathes in an ADVERTISED shower
shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
brushes his teeth
with ADVERTISED toothpaste
washes with ADVERTISED soap
Specialist in
all insurance
& ilegally
claim work
parked cars
from start
to finish 170-30 39th Ave., Flushing
of ADVERTISED coffee
drives to work
in an ADVERTISED car
and then . . . .
refuses to ADVERTISE
believing it doesn’t pay.
Later if business is poor
he ADVERTISES it for sale.
The Law Firm of
“A Good Name in Monuments”
We Service All Cemeteries
Mon-Sat 9 AM-4 PM 718-357-5456
Celebrating Over 80 Years
of Legal Services
56-33 Fresh Meadow Lane
718-357-9248 Flushing, NY
puts on ADVERTISED clothes
drinks a cup
• Quality Collision,Vandalism
& Mechanical Repair Facility
• Wheel Lift & Flatbed Service
• Road Service & Storage Available
Fertilizers • Tools
Garden Accessories
Marino Bros. Supermarket
House Plants • Silk Flowers
Hot & Cold Catering • Gourmet Italian Specialty
Trees & Shrubs • Perennials
Domestic & Imported Cheeses
Annuals • Propane Gas
Boars Head Cold Cuts
Florist and Landscaping
Christmas Shop & Pumpkin Patch 163-07 29 Ave.
Everything for Your Garden from
Francis Lewis Blvd. & 46th Ave.
• Serving Parish 13 Yrs.
(718) 224-6789
Eye Examinations & Eyeglasses
Of Counsel
Sacco & Fillas LLP
42-40 Bell Blvd., Suite 301
Bayside, NY 11361
Main Office
22-45 31st Street
Astoria, NY 11105
718 428-7285 718-204-2929
• 10% Disc. to Seniors
3603 162nd St.
(718) 353-1220
QUEENS To LGA $15+ toll
To JFK $23 • To EWR $50
$5 OFF
on $30+
Exp. 8/30/14
(718) 358-4100
& Restaurant
“Brick-Oven Pizza”
Free Delivery
163-01 29 Ave.
Your family deserves the best. That’s why we invite
St. Charles Monuments
Memorials For All Cemeteries
1280 N. Wellwood Ave.
West Babylon, New York
Authorized Catholic Cemetery Dealer
Frederick Funeral Home, Inc.
only makes
Under the Passarella
Open 7 Days A Week
We Will Match Any Competitors Price
(631) 694-0943
511054 St Andrew Avellino Church (A)
you to compare funeral homes. We are confident we
can provide your family with the highest quality
service at the best value possible.
192-15 Northern Blvd.
Family Ownership
Since 1934
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-524-0263