News & Updates

News & Updates

Live-Stream Mass on Facebook

The Daily Mass is live-streamed on Facebook Monday-Saturday at 8:30am. The Sunday Masses are live-streamed on Facebook on Saturdays at 5:00pm; Sundays at 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm and 6:00pm.

Click the Facebook LIVE logo to be re-directed to our Parish’s Facebook page.  Masses & parish events live-streamed on Facebook are archived on the platform and can be watched at a later time.  Note: You do not need a Facebook account to view the live-stream.

First World Children’s Day | May 25 & 26

“I want to speak to each of you, dear children, because, as the Bible teaches us, and as Jesus showed so often, “you are precious” in God’s eyes (Is 43:4).” – Pope Francis

On the weekend of May 25 & 26, Pope Francis will celebrate the first World Children’s Day in Vatican City.  Click here to read the Pope’s letter to the children and click here for more information about this special day in the life of the Church.

A Huge Thank You from our Knights!

Our Knights of Columbus Council #17379 sends a huge thank you for your generous support during our recent Mother’s Day Plant Sale on May 4-5.  We were “sold out” by the end of the 12:30 Mass! The funds raised at our Plant Sales, and our other fundraising activities, help us fulfill our mission of service and charity. We have been able to expand our annual scholarship and awards programs as well as contribute to Parish Ministries, making a difference in our community and helping those in need. Our Knights are always ready to assist the Parish in any way possible… and, during our Mother’s Day Plant Sale, that also included a bit of impromptu “roof repair”. Thanks to Repair Specialist, Paul Tropeano for coming to the rescue of a piece of loose flashing. – Council #17379

Corpus Christi Procession

Sunday, June 2
Following 12:30pm Mass

Join us in procession around the parish grounds as we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi, The Body and Blood of Christ.  We will process with the Blessed Sacrament under a beautiful canopy accompanied by 4 tiki torches, 8 decorative umbrellas from India, our first communion children, the parish priests, deacons, altar servers, and more. There will also be recorded music along the way to help us sing to the Lord. We will have three short stops along the procession for us to pause and pray. The procession concludes back in the church with benediction. Those who cannot process can remain in the church for the final benediction.  All Are Welcome!

NEW!  Fellowship Ministry

Thursday, June 6
Parish Center

Come to our first meeting and learn more about all the fun activities we would like to plan for our Parish Family.  We are thinking initially of movie nights, bowling, art shows and other fun events. Perhaps you have an original idea that may work or have some feedback on what has worked in the past or in the surrounding communities.  All are Welcome, bring a friend.

We received a Truck!

More thanks…for our donated truck! Our most sincere expression of gratitude goes out to Dan White who has most generously located, acquired, transported and donated a wonderful truck to us this past week. We couldn’t be happier… the truck is in perfect shape and it will serve our parish for many years to come! Thank you, Dan, for your generosity. You have been an answer to our prayers and we are very grateful. – Fr. Dennis A. Suglia

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Tuesdays

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place every Tuesday from 12:30pm until 7:00pm, in the Church.  Come and spend some quiet time alone in prayer with Jesus.  Invite a friend!  NOTE:  Due to the weekly Bible Study taking place on Tuesday evenings, Adoration will end at 7pm from April 30 through June 4.  Adoration will return to it’s usual end time beginning Tuesday, June 11.  

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Brochure:  Choosing a Catholic Elementary School

Our Catholic schools cultivate a robustly Catholic culture centered on the spiritual, intellectual, sacramental, and liturgical life of the Church. Click here to access a helpful brochure that highlights the richness and diversity of our Catholic Schools on Long Island.