We would like to offer the opportunity to all our parishioners to memorialize the Easter Flowers that will decorate our Church on behalf of families in the parish or deceased loved ones. If you wish to memorialize an Easter Flower, you may do so with an offering of $25 for a large single Lily, Tulip or Hyacinth or $40 for a large double Lily or pink or blue Hydrangea.
April 4, 2018 marks the Fiftieth Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination.
To commemorate the life and mission of Dr. King, Bishop Barres will be releasing a pastoral letter, “The Dream and Our Deepest, Truest Selves”. It will appear in the March edition of The Long Island Catholic Magazine.
To commemorate the anniversary, the Diocese of Rockville Centre has scheduled a special prayer service on April 4, 2018 at 7:30 PM in the Cathedral of Saint Agnes. The evening service will feature prayer, witness talks, homily preached by Bishop Barres and the music ministry will be the Sr. Thea Bowman Mass Gospel Choir.
Our 2018 Appeal campaign is now underway! Please support the annual Appeal. Love your neighbor... and bring good close to home.
Catholic Charities spreads the good in our communities through vital services ranging from emergency assistance to job training to counseling and mental health services for all ages. We do it to realize the good that is in each person, and in our community as a whole.
With your help, through your talents, time and gifts (both direct and in-kind), we can keep the good flowing to those who are struggling and vulnerable.
Come join us for our"Mondays with Cure" Lenten Mission! It begins with the Saturday Vigil Mass, all the Sunday Masses and Monday and Tuesday evening Masses at 7:30 PM. Our Lenten preacher is Monsignor James Patrick Lisante, Pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes, Massapequa Park. Msgr. Lisante is an internationally known speaker and preacher of the Good News. We are very fortunate that he was able to put Curé of Ars on his schedule. Please try to make every effort to attend BOTH Monday and Tuesday evenings and bring at least TWO friends or family members with you. You will be uplifted!
One year (10 issues) for $20. Individual faith stories are the cornerstone of The Long Island Catholic Magazine. Everyday people in the diocese tell their faith stories along with color photos and informational graphics about ministries of the Catholic Church. Columnists explore the faith and educate about the Church’s teachings. There is something for everyone in The Long Island Catholic Magazine. Subscription cards are available in the vestibule of the church or go to licatholic.org/subscribe.
Christ encourages us to be willing stewards of the gifts with which He has blessed us and willing servants of His compassion, hope and love. He wants us to serve the poor and all those in crisis. He wants us to be Good Samaritans of mercy and forgiveness. He wants us to be instruments of Dramatic Missionary Growth.
A video message from Bishop John O. Barres Regarding the 2018 Catholic Ministries Appeal.
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