1 Saint Brigid I would like the people of heaven in my house....saint Brigid The Parish Family of Welcome! Bienvenidos Byenveni Benvenuto Failte Mabuhay s May 11, 2014 ~ Our parish church is open Monday thru Fridays from 6:30 am to 9 pm, Saturdays from 8:30 am to 9 pm, Sundays from 6:30 am to 5 pm. Come visit for mass, for quiet prayer, for a break from the busy-ness of life to spend time with God. Feel free to inscribe your intentions on the Wall of Remembrance located by the Blessed Sacrament altar. FAX: s 75 Post Avenue v Westbury v NY v v ` ~ In any language, our goal is the same: To offer a genuine welcome to all who come, whether their visit lasts a few minutes or a lifetime. Our parish family invites you to participate in all our spiritual and social activities. We hope you'll join us in reaching out to those in need and being advocates for justice and channels of God's peace. Church Hours Parish Center Hours The Father Schaefer Parish Center is located across the street from the church and is open Monday thru Friday from 9:30 am to 9 pm, Saturday from 9 am to 4:30 pm, and Sunday from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm. You can call at any time to leave a voice mail for any of our staff, contact a priest in the event of an emergency, listen for mass schedules, or receive other important information by simply following the instructions on the automatic phone system. Our staff are always delighted to see you for any reason. Please feel free to contact them. We encourage you to visit our website at: Celebrate the Lord's Day with Eucharist: v Saturday Eve: 5 pm (English) 7 pm (Spanish) Sundays: 7 am (English) 8:30 am (Italian) 9:15 am (English/ Chapel) 10 am (Family Mass) 10:45 am (Spanish/Chapel) 11:30 am (English) 12:15 pm (Spanish/Chapel) 2:30 pm (Kreyol) 6 pm (English/Chapel) Monday thru Friday: 7 am, 9 am & 12:10 pm Saturday: 9 am The 9 am mass on Saturday is offered for all who have requested the prayers of the community and are enrolled in the Novena of Our Lady of Westbury. Enrollment cards for the living and the deceased are available in the Parish Center. Sacrament of Reconciliation Monday thru Friday: after the 12:10 pm mass Saturday: 4-4:45 pm Other Opportunities for Prayer The Rosary is prayed after each of the weekday masses. Charismatic Prayer Meeting Tuesday: 8 pm Our Lady's Chapel (Spanish) 7:30 pm - Library (English) Second Saturday - Haitian Community - Church 8:30 to 11 pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Thursday: 12:30 4 pm Información en español al dorso.
2 life at Saint Brigid s We... Celebrate Baptism Baptism for infants is celebrated in English on the first three Sundays at 1 pm; in Spanish on the last Sunday of the Month at 1 pm; in Kreyol on the 3rd Saturday at 1 pm; and in Italian at the Sunday Italian Mass. Parents attend a preparation session on the first Monday of the month from 8 to 9:30 pm in the church. Please call the Parish Center ( ext 333) at least six weeks in advance. Coordinators of the preparation program are John & Edna Abdale and Deacon Frank and Maureen Pesce ( ). Adults and children who are old enough to understand are welcomed into the church through Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. There is a process that prepares people to be initiated into the church through these Easter sacraments. Parents with older children are invited to call Sister Ann Horn ( ). Adults are invited to speak with any of the priests about their journey toward baptism. Celebrate God s Forgiveness The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is celebrated after the 12:10 pm mass Monday thru- Friday and on Saturday from 4-4:45 pm. Please feel free to make an appointment with one of the priests at any other time. Feed Our Hungry Family Our Parish Outreach Food Pantry ( ext. 327) serves 600 families per month. Donations of nutritious foods are always welcomed at the Outreach Office. Please bring a food offering to mass each Sunday. Celebrate Marriage We love celebrating marriages and preparing people for this sacrament. Due to the many parishioners who seek to get married at St. Brigid's and the busy weekend mass & Baptism schedule, we regret that we cannot honor requests for weddings for non-parishioners. Please call the Parish Center ( ext 333) at least six months in advance to make arrangements for a meeting with a deacon or priest and for the Parish In-home Pre-Cana Program. The coordinators are Mary & Peter Kahl - ( ). Minister to the Sick & Homebound Our parish family participates compassionately in the healing mission of Jesus Christ. Anyone who is not able to attend Mass because of frailty, chronic or temporary illness, or admission to hospice can have Holy Communion brought to them at home on a regular basis. Please call for the pastoral care of our sick and homebound parishioners. Communal celebrations of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick take place when noted in the bulletin. Individual reception of this sacrament prior to surgery or treatment can be arranged before or after any Mass with the priest. If you are hospitalized and want to see a chaplain and receive the sacraments during your stay, please indicate your religion and request upon admission. If you want the parish to pray for you while you are hospitalized or sick at home, please call the receptionist at the parish center. Please remember that federal law prohibits healthcare providers from disclosing any information regarding your health without your written permission. Minister to the Bereaved We reach out to those who have suffered the death of a loved one. Rosemary Fischer ( ) coordinates our Bereavement Ministry throughout the year. We also offer occasional Bereavement Workshops with Dr. Lou Sabatini. Call ext. 305 for details. St. Brigid s Attic Thrift Shop Our Thrift Shop ( ) accepts/sells good used clothing, furniture, household articles and bric-a-brac at affordable prices. Millie Lopez at ( ) coordinates the Thrift Shop at 178 Post Ave. We're open Monday thru Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm.
3 St. Brigid Mary of the Gael was born in the mid-fifth century, is buried at Downpatrick beside St. Patrick and St. Colmcille. Brigid built the first Irish Convent beside a giant oak tree-this place became known as the Church of the Oak (Cill Dara) or Kildare as it is known today. Brigid was the daughter of a pagan chieftain-a stubborn unbeliever. Before his death, Brigid sat by him in prayer, and whiled away the time weaving the first St. Brigid s Cross from the rushes strewn about the floor. Her father, seeing the Cross asked her to explain its meaning and was so overwhelmed, became a Christian before his death. The St. Brigid s Cross, believed to protect the home and animals from evil and want, is placed in cottages on her feast day, February 1st, the day on which she died about 524 A.D. Care for our Sisters & Brothers St. Brigid's Parish puts into practice the words of Jesus: "Whatever you do for the least of my brothers and sisters, you do for me" (Matthew 25:40). Joan Echausse is the Director of Parish Outreach ( ext 308). The Parish Outreach Office (ext. 327) is located in the lower level of the rectory (50 Post Ave). St. Brigid's Well (ext. 361) serves our sisters and brothers in the New Cassel area. Sister Liz Gill & Sister Julie Thompson coordinate the Ministry of Winter Grace and Kathy Battistini and Barbara Fleming coordinate Senior Connections. Yanira Chacon-Lopez (ext. 362) coordinates Casa Mary Johanna which provides immigration counseling and other support in the Hispanic Community, Educate Adults and Our Children Religious Education Program: We share the Good News with children, teens, their parents and other interested adults. We offer specific processes for children and teens preparing for the sacraments including Baptism for older children, Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation at age appropriate levels and older. We provide liturgical religious formation for children in public school Pre-K through high school, as well as catechist training. Parent Programs will update parents about what their children are learning on an adult level, opportunities for service and various liturgical experiences. Log on to for curriculum info. Other adult religious education programs will be available for an interested adult in the parish. Our Religious Education Office is located in St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope Regional School, 101 Maple Ave., Westbury, NY Phone: , ext Directors: Sr. Ann Horn. OP, Socorro Moreno, Meg Westfall. Vincent Buzzeo is the Coordinator of our Youth Program. Saint Brigid / Our Lady of Hope Regional School: Our Regional School offers an excellent education in the spirit of the Gospel for children from Nursery to 8th Grade. Students are prepared for the Sacraments of Penance, First Eucharist, and Confirmation. Liturgies and Prayer Services are celebrated throughout the school year. Programs are offered for a wide range of student needs and interests. Academic Intervention Services are offered as well as Academies of Inquiry and School-wide Enrichment Clusters. Fine Arts offerings include Band, Drama Club, Chorus and Dance. Specials include Physical Education, Art, Music, Computer, and Library. Foreign language instruction in Spanish is offered to students in grades 4 through 8. To arrange a visit, please call the school office at Mr. Paul Clagnaz is the Principal. Fr. Anthony Stanganelli and Rev. Thomas V. Arnao are co-pastors. We encourage you to send your children to our Regional School. Visit our Website at Our American Community From the early Irish immigrants who founded this parish in 1850, to the arrival of people from Europe, Africa, Asia and Central and South America, each culture brings a heritage to share and particular ways to express our one faith in Jesus Christ. Some in St. Brigid s trace their roots here for several generations. Some have been here for a decade or two. Some have just arrived. A multi-cultural community is balanced when there is time and space for cultures to develop on their own, and time and space where we are all together as one -- working together, playing together and praying together. Black Catholic Community St. Brigid s has a vibrant Catholic community of members of African, Caribbean, and African American descent. This community continues to minister to our church and community. We encourage all who are interested to learn more about the rich heritage of our community and those who want to assist our parish needs, in addition to hosting cultural, spiritual, and community building events. Please join us at our monthly meetings in the parish center on the first Sunday of each month at 1 pm. You may also contact Bernice Campbell or Kenny Bain, Jr Comunita Italiana La comunità Italiana ha un suo Comitato che si dedica al servizio pastorale dei parrocchiani di lingua Italiana. Il Presidente in carica del Comitato Italiano è il Sig. Alfonso Sposito ( ). La messa domenicale in lingua Italiana è celebrata alle 8:30 in Santa Brigida. Comunidad Hispana La Comunidad Hispana de la Parroquia sirve a las necesidades de nuestros feligreses de habla hispana. La Santa Misa está celebrada en español los sábados a las 7 pm en la Iglesia de Post Ave y domingos a las 10:45 am y a las 12:15 pm en La Capilla de en la escuela de Maple Ave. El pastor asociado que atiende la comunidad hispana es Padre David Brooks ( ) Kominote Ayisyèn Kominote Ayisyèn nan Pawas Sent Brijit la kontan mete l osèvis tout Ayisyen Ki pale Kreyol ak Fransè. Fr. Nesly Jean-Jacques ( ). Sr. Eve Bruno, f.d.m. ak Sr. Cecilia Ducheine, f.d.m. Kap dirije Kominote nou an. Filipino Community Our parish is blessed with a growing Filipino Community. There are special events planned for their spiritual growth. The contact persons are Dr. and Mrs. Achilles G. Rances ( ). 1
4 Breaking Open the Word Reflecting on next Sunday s Gospel before you come to Mass can bring so much more meaning to your experience of liturgy. Here s the gospel for next Sunday. How does this Gospel touch your life? May 18th - Fifth Sunday of Easter John 14:1-12 Jesus said to his disciples: "Do not let your hearts be troubled. You have faith in God; have faith also in me. In my Father s house there are many dwelling places. If there were not, would I have told you that I am going to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back again and take you to myself, so that where I am you also may be. Where I am going you know the way." Thomas said to him, "Master, we do not know where you are going; how can we know the way?" Jesus said to him, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you know me, then you will also know my Father. From now on you do know him and have seen him." Philip said to him, "Master, show us the Father, and that will be enough for us." Jesus said to him, "Have I been with you for so long a time and you still do not know me, Philip? Whoever has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, Show us the Father? Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me? The words that I speak to you I do not speak on my own. The Father who dwells in me is doing his works. Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father is in me, or else, believe because of the works themselves. Amen, amen, I say to you, whoever believes in me will do the works that I do, and will do greater ones than these, because I am going to the Father." Gospel Reflection Questions Think of how you build a spiritual house for yourself. Think of the works you do in which others can see your faith in the resurrected Christ. Think of where you feel at home; think of where you feel a stranger. Some Questions for Families & Children Think of how you would feel if someone you love told you they were going away. Think of how we know the way to the kingdom of heaven. 2 We pray to the Lord to give us faith to trust in His word that He has gone to prepare a permanent dwelling place for us, where we will be with him and all those who have gone before us. It will be a place not much different from the church we have been living in all our lives. Scripture texts are taken from the New American Bible with Revised New Testament and Revised Psalms 1991, 1986,1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington DC and used by permission of the copyright owner. All rights reserved.
5 Sunday Morning POST A special message to our Moms I hope that, in the course of this day, you are receiving all the special expressions of gratitude from children, grandchildren, godchildren and all those whom you have blessed over the years with your nurturing heart. I know that it is hard, at times, to be the recipient of love and attention. I am thinking of those moments I decided to cook breakfast for my Mom on Mother s Day and left the kitchen a disaster! Receiving what is offered (in the manner in which it is offered) is not always so easy! That is why I hope you are able to receive a word from the Father who so loves you! He takes such delight in your YES to the gift of life that He planted in you. And so especially today, your Father wants to offer you comfort in all those places in your heart where you may have felt taken advantage of, ignored or even misunderstood. He hopes that today you will receive His gratitude for every sacrifice you have made throughout your life, especially those that went unnoticed by others. He hopes that you can receive the outpouring of His healing love in all those places where you have felt disappointment. Our Father hopes you will know that in His plan, nothing was ever wasted, nothing was ever done in vain. Happy Mother s Day to all! I hear you, Lord, five by five! Father Tony: Those of you who are at least my age can remember radios that had dials that you would use to tune into your favorite stations. Transistor radios were even more challenging as the dials were so small and it required far greater patience to tune to the desired frequency. Younger people reading this (who may be inclined to scoff at old-fashioned technology) have had to deal with a whole other host of problems related to signal strength. How many bars do you have? Wait, I get better wi-fi if I place my router on the ceiling. Which way is your dish facing? For years we have been perfecting the art of how to improve reception. Who doesn t want signal strength and signal clarity (a five-by-five reading)? Now we know that God wants to communicate Himself to us. In the beginning was the Word. In the beginning was God s desire to speak Himself to his beloved daughters and sons whom He created to be receivers of the Word. God speaks so why am I having trouble receiving a clear signal? The fact of the matter is that the world is getting to be one noisy planet. In today s gospel, Jesus speaks about Himself as the Good Shepherd: The sheep hear his voice, as the shepherd calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. The sheep follow him, because they recognize his voice. There is a lot of noise in the world and even distractions but even a sheep will be aware of the dangers that are in the natural world and come to know that their security lies in hearing the one voice that will bring them safety, security, and peace. If the sheep is so aware of danger that it can spontaneously connect to the sound of the shepherd s voice, why is it that we have become deaf to the Good Shepherd? Maybe it is because we are not convinced that there are real dangers with real consequences in our world today. Maybe our pride has us convinced that we do not need the accumulated wisdom of the community I can figure things out for myself. Maybe I am the kind of person that has to always find things out the hard way! Maybe I feel a sense of invincibility nothing bad is going to happen to me! I am sure that there are many people who have ignored the warning signs in their life, have not heeded what others have to say. The Shepherd speaks but many are not convinced that there are no real consequences in not listening to what He wants to say to me about the way I am living my life right now. At the end of today s gospel, Jesus says, I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly. If God is so intent on communicating Himself to us, if Jesus is so intent on offering us abundant life, then maybe it isn t so hard to get a good signal, tuning my heart to His voice. All I need is the humility to admit that I do not have all the answers the humility to admit that I really do need a shepherd who can offer me a better life than what I am living right now! 3
6 il Comitato Italiano di Santa Brigida ha un indirizzo - tbrigid.net Per tutti coloro che volessero scriverci con suggerimenti, richieste etc. 4 Comunità Italiana Domenica 11 maggio in occasione della Festa della Mamma ci sara' l'annuale vendita di piante da giardino sponsorizzata dal Comitato italiano. E quale occasione migliore per regalare alle nostre mamme le piantine del comitato. La vendita si svolgera' nel giardino della chiesa per alcune ore subito dopo la messa in italiano. Vi aspettiamo numerosi. Lunedi' 26 maggio il gruppo di San Padre Pio sta organizzando la messa mensile in onore del Santo presso la Chiesa di Santa Brigida. Si iniziera' con il rosario alle ore 8:00 di sera a cui seguira' la Santa Messa. Siete tutti invitati a partecipare. Il prossimo 11 agosto si svolgera' l'annuale Golf Outing coordinato da Frank Diglio. Durante questa edizione Loui Posillico di Posillico Brothers sara' onorato. Per ulteriori informazioni potete contattare Frank Diglio al numero Il Comitato Italiano vuole ringraziare Cardinali Bakery e Joe Mauro per aver donato le uova di Pasqua distribuite durante la messa italiana. Tanti auguri a Nicolia Abbatiello vincitore della lotteria con in palio l'uovo di quest'anno. ~~~ Monday May 26th, the Saint Padre Pio group is organizing an evening of prayer that will take place at St. Brigid Church. It will begin at 8:00 pm with the Rosary followed by the Mass. All are welcome to come and pray with us. Festa della mamma. Oggi 11 maggio 2014, in Italia e in molti altri Paesi del mondo, si celebra la Festa della Mamma e i figli, grandi e piccini, portano dolci, regali e fiori alle loro mamme a testimonianza del loro affetto e della loro riconoscenza. Questa festa, che si è tramandata nei secoli, ha origini antichissime che si perdono nei popoli, fino a risalire agli antichi greci ed agli antichi romani che, proprio in questo periodo dell anno, celebravano le divinità legate alla fertilità. Sin da tempi antichissimi, infatti, esisteva un tipo di religione prettamente femminile che si rivolgeva alla Madre Natura, la Madre Cosmica che veniva festeggiata nel mese di maggio, in concomitanza col risveglio della natura. Con la primavera esplodono colori e profumi e il mondo contadino e pastorale, la cui vita è sempre stata profondamente legata alle stagioni ed al clima, non poteva che salutare con grandi festeggiamenti la fine dell inverno e la prossima maturazione dei raccolti, ai quali avevano lavorato nei mesi più freddi. Questa festa pagana, con il diffondersi del cristianesimo, venne acquisita dalla Chiesa, divenendo il giorno in cui si celebrava Maria, la Mamma per eccellenza, Madre di Gesù e della Chiesa, forza spirituale della vita e protezione dal male. La sostituzione del culto di Cibele con il culto della Madonna sembra sia avvenuto fin dalla nascita della Chiesa cristiana e, ancora oggi, il mese dedicato a Maria è proprio il mese di maggio. Auguri a tutte le mamme!! Siete tutti invitati a far parte della pagina Facebook della Comunita' Italiana dove potrete visionare foto e leggere tutte le novita' riguardanti gli eventi della comunita'. Pagina Facebook :Italian Community of Westbury Per chi volesse vedere le foto dei vari eventi organizzati dal Comitato Italiano puo' farlo attraverso questo sito : picasaweb.google.com/italiancommunityofst.brigids
7 Happening at St. Brigid May 11, 2014 Monday 7:30 pm - Basic Course - Library 7:30 pm - Stewardship Meeting - Parish Center Tuesday 9:30 am - Legion of Mary - Parish Center (lower room) 5 pm - Italian Class - St. Anthony s Hall 5:30 pm - Painting Class - Parish Center (Upper Room) 7:30 pm - PFI - Room 220 Wednesday 4 pm - Omar Practice - Church 4:15 pm - First Communion Rehearsal - Church 7 pm - Spanish Bible Class - St. Anthony s Hall 7:30 pm - Spring Bereavement Support/Training - Rm pm - Choir Rehearsal - Church Thursday 9:30 am - Padre Pio Knitting - Parish Center 11 am - Baby Shower (Joan) - St. Anthony s Hall 7:30 pm - School Parents Mtg. - Library 8 pm - Italian Choir Practice - Church Friday 3 pm - Drama Club Rehearsal - Code Auditorium Saturday 8 am - Peanut Butter Gang - Code Auditorium 11 am - First Holy Communion (School) - Church 4 pm - Haitian Choir Practice - Library 4 pm - Spanish Choir Practice - Chapel Fatima Prayer Cell for World Peace Meets Monday nights at 7 pm in St. Brigid Church. Parish Picnic - SAVE THE DATE! Dear Parishioners, I would like to inform you that we will be having a parish picnic on July 26th at Eisenhower park from 9:00 am until sundown (when the park closes). In the weeks ahead I will be forming a committee to help plan and prepare for the picnic. My hope is that this event will be a way for our entire parish family to spend time in recreation together during the Summer. Continue to check the bulletin in the upcoming weeks for more information, but most importantly: save the date in your calendars so that you and your family will be able to join us for what I anticipate to be a fun day in the park! In Christ, fr. Jason Jesus Evening The next Jesus Evening will be held on Friday, June 20th in the church. Parish Students Receive Honors The following students from our parish attending Chaminade High School achieved Honor Roll Status for the Second Trimester: Cameron A. DeGuzman, Matthew L. Maron, Matteo A. Taraborrelli, Michael J. Hegarty, Gregory F. Kahl, Patrick N. Simons, Joseph C. Bauman and Christopher J. Zoll. We are so proud of all of you! 5
8 Pray for the Sick Members of our Parish We join our prayer to our family members who suffer from illness... Daniel J. Anderson, Jr. Dotti Angrisani Baby Isabella Arias Baby Eva Love Vincent Jim Bellacicco Carolyn Bessler William Bessler Cassey Boyle Baby Jack Brady Theresa Brennan Max Caffagnol Michael Caplice Ana Capunay Juana Cepeda Irene Cinotti Adella Conlin Brian Cosgrove Funerals May 11, 2014 Corrinne Davis Linda DeAngelis Matilde Escamilla Romeo Famating Michelle Fioretti Kim Flay Linda Foxx Hermina Franco Jean C. François Dolores Garback Sister Jane Halligan Fr. Jim Hannon Thomas Henning Cassidy Hogan Donald Jacaruso Marlene Kent Dawn Levchenko Theodore Efim Levechenko Jeffrey Hernandez Lopez Mynor Lopez Maldonado Rita Marra Maggie McCartin Diana McDermott Adriana Miller Thomas Miller Jeanette Moll Baby Gaby Mongillo Robert Munz Angelido Neluna Peter Niztch Michael Posillico Susan Quinn John Raziano Arthur Rohner We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe... Margaret Pascarella, Marie Del Rosario, Luca Stasi, Mary Brett Zito, Auriana Maingot, Peter Carrucciu, Sr., Michael W. Butler, Barbara McMurray, Angelina Del Toro, Grace Meehan and Mary Belluscio...We commend our loved ones into the hands of the Lord... St. Brigid s Parish Memorials Sunday & Daily Eucharist With the gift of flowers we lovingly remember... Agatha Posillico from Chris and Sandy Stasi With the gift of Bread & Wine we lovingly remember... Anthony Telesford from Beverly Bain Kathleen Roland Mary Seeger Frances Sikorski George F. Smith Tim Smith Florence Spence Giuseppe Sposito Robert Stankes Patricia Stankes Gad Tawadros Rhoda Touitou Eulogia Veloz Florence Jean Ward Baby Kylie Willis Joan Marie Young Due to space limitations, names placed on the sick list will remain for four weeks. Please call the parish office to remove or add a loved one. May 11 thru 17, With the gift of Candles we lovingly remember... Carmine DeLucia from Marygrace Cinelli
9 Stt.. B Brriiggiidd//O Ouurr LLaaddyy ooff H Hooppee S Regional School Coming Soon... ng O FF B ROADWAY! i c n Dancers of alloages n u - from Nursery School to 8th Grade - delighted family and friendsa atn our 18th Annual Dance Recital. The Dance Program is offered each week in school. Thanks to our teacher, Stacie Nelson, for another great show! T RIKE - A - THON Nursery and Pre-K children came out to participate in the annual Trike-a-thon to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. You couldn't have asked for a more beautiful morning. Thanks to the Early Childhood teachers who planned the event, and to all those who participated. Sister Marie Patrick s 50th Jubilee On May 31st, we are celebrating Sister Marie Patrick s 50 years of profession as a School Sister of Notre Dame. The celebration begins with mass at 11am in the School Chapel, followed by a brunch reception in Msgr Code Auditorium. Please RSVP by May 15 to or 101 Maple Avenue, Westbury NY (516) Enrichment Clusters Learning can be fun! Be sure to ask your child about Tuesday afternoons in May Lady Knights Volleyball We have a home match on Tuesday, May 13th against St. Patrick of Huntington. Then we are on the road to St. Mary in East Islip on Wednesday, May 14th. NY Hall of Science Fourth graders get to explore the world of science on Thursday, May 15th. Building Blocks of Empowered Parenting The final workshop takes place on Thursday, May 15th at 7:30pm in the library. Tonight s topic: willingness. Catholic Middle Schools Mock Trial Program Together with St. John s University School of Law, we will sponsor the annual interscholastic mock trial program at St. John s on Saturday, May 17th. All alumni and their families and parents, and parishioners are invited to join our school families as we celebrate Sister! Mr. Paul P. Clagnaz, Principal 7
10 Kominote Ayisyén Haitian-American Apostolate 8 Commentary Haitian Community, May 11, 14,Fourth week of Easter Chers frères, Soeurs et amis, depuis quatre semaines désormais, la liturgie nous invite à suivre celui qui est notre guide. Aujourd hui, ce dernier prend plusieurs noms: il est le berger,le Pasteur, la porte. Dans la première lecture(actes 2, ), Pierre demande à ses auditeurs de faire demitour. Faire demi-tour sur la route du mal pour se tourner vers Dieu. Cette démarche permet d obtenir le pardon des péchés et donc la réconciliation avec Dieu.Pierre invite le peuple à ne pas reproduire le même comportement des Hébreux lors de la traverse du désert. Oú, à maintes reprises ils se sont révoltes contre Dieu mais à mettre leur confiance en Dieu. Sa parole obtient grand succès et une foule considerable adhere au Seigneur. Dans la deuxième lecture( 1P2,20-25), Pierre s adresse aux esclaves qui ont à subir de mauvais traitements de la part de leurs maitres. Il les invite à tenir bon en présentant l exemple du Christ qui a eu un comportement digne dans ses souffrances.le Christ n a pas répondu au mal par le mal, mais a offert ses souffrances à Dieu, le juste juge. L Evangile nous présente Jésus comme: le bon berger.mais aussi comme : la porte qui permet à chaque brebis d entrer ou de sortir, c est à dire qui laisse à chacun sa liberté.en passant par lui, les hommes trouveront la vie, et la vie en abondance. En ce dimanche ou leglise nous invite a prier pour les vocations, que chacun se souvienne de sa vocation. Et n oubliez jamais que c est le Christ qu il nous faut suivre, celui-là même qui a souffert pour nous,qui est le berger, quel que soit le choix de vie que nous décidons de prendre. Bon dimanche et bonne semaine. Chak dimach, nou genyen lames an kreyol apati 2:30 pm lames an franse chak denye dimanch nan mwa yo. Mè Ayisyenn yo ap fè reyinyon pou tout Timoum yo chak Samedi depi 3 zè aprè midi pou rive 6 zè. Sè Cecilia ap okipe tout Timoun ki gen laj 6zan pou rive 12zan. Sè Bruno ap okipe tout jen yo ki gen laj 12 zan pou rive 18 + zan. Nou ankourage tout paran yo, pou yo mennen tout timoun yo ak j` en yo nan bon jan fomasyon sa a ke pawas la ofri yo gras a konpetans, renmen, disponibilite ak bon volonte Mè nou yo. Pa bliye j`en yo se yo ki lespwa nou, lespwa legliz la, espwa sosyete a. N ap fè tout fanmyki nan kominote nou an konnen ke genyen baptem chak twazyem samedi nan mwa a apati lh nan aprè midi. Fok nou pa bliye sa: le n ap chwazi marenn ak parenn yo, fok yo se katolik, e fok yo konn vi-n leglis. Pou tout enfomasyon nou bezwen nan sans sa a rele, Sé cecilia nan nimero or Chak samedi apati 7 h nan aswe nougenyen lapriyè karimatik nan chapèl lekol St. Brigid La. Epi chak dezyem samedi lapriyè a ap fèt nan legliz la, avek exposisyon Sen Sakreman apati 8 h aswè. N ap tann nou tout. Si nou bezwen enfomasyon sou perlerinaj yo ak sou laprivè karismatik yo, nou ka rele Cari Estime nan Moun ki gen pwojè Marye, Reprann Lakominyon ki vle Konfime, se pou yo rele Se Bruno nan Pa blive ranpli Census la, Napjwenn ti liv sa a nan premye pati antre legliz la oubyen nan biwo a (Parish Center). konsa, lè nou fi-n bay tout enfomasyon nou dwe bay sou sa yo mande nou yo, se lè sa a yo rekokonet nou kom yon manb ki nan pawas la. Chak 1er Samedi du mois, randez-vous a, se Eastport à 2 h. pm.
11 Some notes from Father Tony Welcome to our new seminarian, Michael Plona Over the years, Saint Brigid s Church has had the beautiful privilege of being a part of the formation of many seminarians by offering them the opportunity of pastoral experience in a program of internship. During the time that our seminarians were being formed at Immaculate Conception in Huntington, men had a pastoral year between their second and third years of academic formation. As you remember, our last seminarian was Deacon Daniel (soon to be ordained a priest in Ghana at the end of July of this summer!). Our seminarians are now being trained at Saint Joseph s Seminary in Dunwoodie (Yonkers), New York. Their program of internship has been modified to spending two months in a parish at the end of each of their academic years. Once again, Saint Brigid s has been chosen to offer parish experience to a seminarian Michael Plona who will join our parish on May 12th. Michael was raised in Seaford, the oldest of two children, attending Saint William the Abbot Church. After graduating Kellenberg High School, Michael began a process of discerning a vocation, first with the Marianists, and then with our own diocese at our college residence in Douglaston, Queens. Michael completed his undergraduate degree in History at Molloy College. He then was accepted into the major seminary at Saint Joseph s, Dunwoodie, where he is now completing his first year of studies toward the priesthood. Over the next few weekends, Michael will be making his introduction to us at our liturgies. During his time with us, Michael will experience all the great varieties of ministry that are performed here at Saint Brigid s parish. I know that you will be opening your hearts to him as you have so generously done with all of our previous seminarians assigned to our parish. We keep Michael in our prayers as he continues his journey toward the priesthood. A Presence in the New Cassel Community As I had the opportunity to mention in last weeks s bulletin, one of the strong directives that came forth from our parish listening sessions was that we never give up the dream of being present to our brothers and sisters in the New Cassel commuity. While economics might not allow us at this present time to purchase a building in New Cassel for our Parish Outreach services, it is important that we never let go of our vision to offer services in the communities where there is the greatest need. Back in March, I had the opportunity to meet with Town of North Hempstead Parks Commissioner Jennifer Fava and North Hempstead Chief-of-Staff Cyndi Cardinal along with the directors of the Yes We Can Community Center in New Cassel. As a result of our meeting, we were able to establish the after school program (an important ministry of the Casa Mary Johanna) of Saint Brigid s Outreach at the Yes We Can Center beginning this week. Through the wonderful efforts of Yanira Chacon, we now have eighteen students participating -- along with two new volunteers to help assist in this wonderful program that helps our young children achieve their fullest potential through this program of academic assistance. 9
12 Ministry of Catholics of African Ancestry St. Brigid s Ministry of Catholics of African Ancestry proudly announces our annual scholarship award ceremony on Sunday, June 8, 2104 from 2:30-4:30 pm at St. Anthony s Hall. This year we shall offer two scholarships to 8th graders graduating and furthering their education at a Catholic High School. Please come and celebrate on the achievements of these talented individuals. Light refreshments shall be available after the ceremony Ministry of Catholics of African Ancestry (MCAA) is offering two scholarships for 8th grade graduating students of African descent attending Catholic High school for the academic year. Each scholarship will be $750. In order to be eligible for the scholarship the student must submit the following items. 1. A one-page essay written on the importance of why Catholic education will be an important component of their life. 2. Demonstrate proof of commitment to attend a Catholic High School for the academic year 3. Copy of most recent report card 4. A copy of a recent resume with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities 5. Candidate must attend the award ceremony on June 8th at St. Anthony s Hall from 2:30-4:30 pm All items and application is due June 1, 2014 Please submit either hard copy at the St. Brigid Parish center c/o Ministry of Black Catholics OR VIA AT If you have any questions regarding this matter, please feel free to contact Kenny Bain, Jr. (516) Golf Outing Westbury Senior Center is hosting its sixth annual golf outing on Wednesday, May 14th at Towers on the Green in Floral Park. Shotgun Start begins at 1 pm. Cost is $195 per golfer. To register, play or sponsor, please call or Reach for the Stars Teen talent search for solo vocal talent. Auditions Friday May 30th; Finals Tuesday June 24th. Application deadline May 21st. Contact Nassau County Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Museums for application. Family, Marriage and Individual Therapy New York State licensed therapists are available to our parishioners at 148 other parishes. This program, under the direction of Dr. George Giuliani, has been conducted in the diocese for the past 40 years for the convenience of parishioners. It is provided by the Catholic Counseling Center, a proprietary professional corporation, which is independent of and not controlled or supervised by the parish or diocese. Most insurance policies, including Medicare are honored. For confidential information and appointments, Call Dr. Giuliani at
13 Outreach Happy Mother s Day! I should like the people of Heaven, the poor, to be gathered around us from all parts....to all the loving and generous women of our - St. Brigid many St. Brigid Outreach programs: our clients, our benefactors, our volunteers and staff, who are mothers, grandmothers and even great-grandmothers....to the loving women of our community who tirelessly shop for us each week and anonymously and miraculously fill up the Food Pantry shelves so that our hungry may be fed....to the many women of St. Brigid s parish family who will bless Mother s Day 2014 by bringing baby gifts to the Mother s Day Masses, so that other mothers may welcome their newborn babies with new clothing, blankets, etc....to the talented and generous St. Brigid s women and their Padre Pio sisters in Christ, who knit, crochet and sew baby outfits, sweater sets and afghans for Parish Outreach Baby Showers....To the many homebound women of our Ministry of Winter Grace and Senior Connections, under the loving guidance of Sisters Liz and Julie, Kathy Battistini and Barbera Fleming who offer tender presence to us through their prayers and rosary recitations....to a very special lady in our parish who hostesses home luncheons, inviting her guests to bring baby gifts for Parish Outreach Baby Showers....To the blessedly generous St. Brigid Rosarians, who year after year sponsor a Fall Baby Shower to assist needy mother s and babies, and donate food to our Food Pantry at each Rosary meeting....to the many women who volunteer at Casa Mary Johanna s After-School Tutoring, ESL and Immigration Programs offering loving presence to our Latino sisters and brothers....may all of us whom God has blessed with the gift of womanhood, continue to pray to Mary for peace and justice in our world! May we continue to believe strongly, as our own Mother Teresa did, that one person acting from a strong belief in God--can change our blessed corner of the world for the better! Let all of us begin... Happy Mother s Day! from Joan, Barbara, Ximena, Lupe and Yanira 11
14 The Pastoral Staff The lay people, religious sisters, deacons and priests on our staff are committed to serving the people of our community. We are happy to hear from you. To contact the staff who work out of the Parish Center, call (516) at the extensions listed below. Many staff members have addresses. Feel free to contact them through . Sister Bruno FDM ext. 357 Haitian Apostolate Sister Cecilia FDM Haitian Apostolate Joan Echausse Director of Parish Outreach ext.308 Outreach Yanira Chacon-Lopez ext. 362 Immigration Ministry Casa Mary Johanna Susan Porteus Director of Music ext Paul Clagnaz School Principal Sister Ann Horn OP ext. 353 Director of Religious Education Socorro Moreno ext. 355 Director of Religious Education Adriana Miller Administrative Assistant to Pastor & Parish Executive Secretary ext Robert Cammarata ext. 336 Pastoral Development Coordinator/ Business Manager DEACONS w Deacon Mike Metzdorff Deacon Jim Morris Deacon Frank Pesce Deacon Manuel J. Ramos ASSOCIATE PASTORS w Father Jason Grisafi Father David Brooks, SJ Fr. Nesly Jean-Jacques SMM Meg Westfall ext. 354 Director of Religious Education Religious Education Office ext Vince Buzzeo ext. 356 Coordinator of Youth Ministry PASTOR w Father Anthony Stanganelli 12 Maria Pineiro ext. 333 Office Manager Special phone line for reporting allegations of sexual abuse by church personnel and volunteers: (516) RECEPTIONISTS w ext.300 Carla Escobar Kris Marasca Grace Puglisi Laura Sanchez Sylvia Almonte
15 Parish Ministries Coordinators Altar Servers Bereavement Rosemary Fischer Bingo - Discontinued until further notice Choir (Adult English) ext.311 Susan Porteus Choir (Youth & Young Adult) ext 311 Laura Naughton Choir (Italian) ext. 311 Susan Porteus Choir (Spanish 11:45) Guillermo Roman Choir (Spanish Sat 7 pm) Omar Chirinos Choir (Haitian) Yolette Solnave CYO Sports John Miller Decorating Team Lorraine Sherman Eucharistic Ministers Anna Moruzzi Family Mass Committee Barbara & Scott Cooper Folk Group Jeff Weber FOCCUS Inventory: Kathy & Ken Spencer ( ) Finance Council ext. 336 Marie Firenze Garden Club Annette McGrath Senior Connections Kathy Battistini & Barbara Fleming Lectors Katie Sheehan Junior Lectors Shari Raduazzo ( ) Legion of Mary Grace Bivona The Supporting Staff School Sister Marie Patrick McDermott ssnd Religious Education Office ext. 352 Barbara Budion and Rosemary Moreno Business Office Assistants Christine Tomitz - ext. 301 Carol Beck - ext. 351 School Office: Terri Ruggiero Ministry of Consolation Walter Wilczek Ministry of Winter Grace Sister Liz Gill & Sister Julie Thompson Nocturnal Adoration Pastoral Council Father Anthony Stanganelli Prayer Group Pre-Cana Program: Mary & Peter Kahl Thinking of Becoming a Catholic? Sr. Ann Horn, OP Respect Life Michael Posillico Rock Band Elissa Hanson Rock Mass Denise Pratesi & Chuck Cutolo Rosary Altar Society Ronnie Cornell Scouts (Boy Scouts/Cub scouts) Jay Bush Neil Sheehan - Girl Scouts Harriet Gibaldi Spiritual Direction Deacon Jim Morris & Maggie McCartin Ushers Charles Givens ST. BRIGID OUR LADY OF HOPE SCHOOL Parent Association Carol Grajeda - School Board Carol Grajeda - Pastoral Formation Institute Parish Representatives: Anne Palmeri Carleen Barten Plant Superintendent or Bob Martella Weekend Sacristan Stephan Bazin Kevin Sarmiento Alex Cipollone Church Custodian Roberto Fernandez Aurelia Reyes Parish Outreach Assistant Directors: Ximena Aravena - ext. 327 Barbara Powell - ext. 361 Lupe Ramirez - ext
16 Friends, Neighbors & Other Ministries... Our Lady of Hope Parish Pastor Rev. Thomas V. Arnao, J.C.D. St. Andrew's Church Deacon Nicholas Daddona & Fr. Jack Custer Diocese of Rockville Centre Alcoholics Anonymous Ancient Order of Hibernians Mary Hickey Bereavement Support in Our Diocese Visit our helpful website: Kathleen Logan, Bereavement Coordinator ext. 236 Birthright S. Tyson Ave., Floral Park, NY Emergency Hot Line Prison Families Anonymous Kent Evans Maria SS Dell'Assunta Society Mary Ann DiGuiseppi Durazzano Society Antonio Iadevaia - President Knights of Columbus (516) Thomas Callan, Grand Knight Marriage Encounter Maureen & Rick Tufano Retrouvaille (Marriage Support) John & Linda Pisano OSIA Sons of Italy Rae Lanzilotta Project Rachel (Post Abortion Counseling) St. Anthony Society Phyllis Caggiano Veterans of Foreign War Louis Corte 14 Cursillio/Ultreya Carleen Barten Please Pray For... Westbury Senior Citizens Maureen Droge We remember in our prayers the following men and women who are serving in the military overseas. Sgt. Jason Howland, National Guard Army Rigoberto Castro, USMC Sgt. Victor Raynoso, USMC Lt. Col. Charles J. Tulaney, USMC Capt. Steven Piacente, USMC Thomas Ruse, LCpl, USMC Sgt. Craig Clark, US Army James Eugene, US Marine Adam C. Belding, SPC US Army in Korea Alvin Jordan Andrew Lyons Jim Arbelaez, US Marine Neil Falls Percifull, US Army Richard Bush, US Army Mike Tarsa, LTC US Marine Steven Federlien, Navy Reservist James E. Geiselman, US Army in Afghanistan Christopher Ponsot Major James McLean Timothy Pastor, Corporal USMC Chao Li, US Army Johanna Romero, US Marine Staff Sgt. Christopher Schultz, US Army Kenneth Furst, USMC 2nd Lt. Kurth McDermott, USMC Sgt. Madzsima Nerestant, USMC Lawrence Marquez, US. Army Master Sgt. Jill Agront Staff Sgt. Edwin Philip Julean USMC in Afghanistan Lucky Isaac Jacques, USP US Army in Iraq Staff Sgt. Rodney Agustin, USMC Corp. Jerry Kubis, US Marine Capt. Joseph Conrad Reyes in Afghanistan Lt. Cody McDonald in Afghanistan Sgt. Robert Thomas Ludwig, US Army Sgt. 1st Class Sean Schenck, US Army in Afghanistan Christopher Counts, U.S. Marine in Afghanistan Major Matthew Kessler, US Marine Jarrett Corbin, US Navy in Japan Captain Carrie Mancini US AIR FORCE, IN Qatar Vladimir Julin, US Navy Petty Officer Captain Mark Mancini, US ARMY in Afghanistan If you know of someone serving overseas and would like to place them on the prayer list, please call the Parish Center at
17 Stewardship: Sharing God s Gifts Financial Stewardship Last Week s Collection (May 3/4): $ 15,651 Automated Giving (weekly average): $ 2,850 Total Regular Collection Last Weekend: $ 18,501 Catholic Elementary Schools Collection $ 2,191 (1/2 goes to our Regional School; 1/2 to Diocesan Schools) Time and Talent By using your gifts as someone who helps monitor and exercise good stewardship over our parish funds (for instance, on the Finance or Millennium Fund Committees) you help build the Kingdom of God! God bless you as you offer your time and talent, as well as your financial resources to support the the mission of Jesus here at St. Brigid s. Thank you so much! We are Grateful this Week......for all stewards who remember that we are still in the Easter Season by sharing Easter joy with others. Ways to Remember Someone... Memorial Offerings There are many ways to remember someone who has passed. Some include making a donation to the parish for the bread and wine, for flowers/plants, or to fuel the candles that we use in Church. The person would be remembered and announced in the weekly bulletin How do I memorialize a loved one in this way? Come to the Parish Center (75 Post Avenue) and speak with a receptionist. What is the recommended donation? $50 is what we ask for this type of memorial. What do I receive for a memorial of this type?is the recommended donation? A beautiful memorial card to give to the family of the deceased. Many thanks to those parishioners who have already helped the parish s Stewardship Committee with the new Welcoming Program by making a donation to help pay for our new Welcome Packets. This is one part of our developing plan to regularly welcome new parishioners at St. Brigid s. The Packet will contain several things to help new parishioners connect with the various services and ministries in the Parish. For instance, there will be a flash drive that contains a great movie celebrating life at St. Brigid s. There will also be a brief summary of major areas of parish life, staff contact information, a map of our campuses, a magnet listing all Mass times, and a card to request further information. We re very excited about this project! HOW CAN YOU HELP? Each packet is going to cost us $10 to make. We re making 200 packets and are looking for 40 parish families to donate $50 each to help fund the packets. Of course, we could use any amount towards this project. If this is something you d be interested in helping to fund, please send your check made payable to: St. Brigid s Church and mailed to St. Brigid Church, Attention: Welcoming Project- Rob C. 75 Post Ave., Westbury, NY Thank you for your regular support of our Food Pantry! We help around 500 families each month to feed their children and/or elderly relatives. Please bring nonperishable food items with you to any Mass. (At the 10 am Family Mass, the children bring their offering into the sanctuary.) Suggested Food Offering: May 18: Peanut Butter and Jelly May 25: Tuna Fish Jun 8: White Rice or Dry Beans (1 lb. bags) Jun 15: Juice 15
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19 Community Bulletin Board Private Apartment for Rent in Westbury area. (two people). Please contact German at Apartment Needed Family of four is in need of a 3 bedroom apartment in the Westbury area. Please call Liz at Room to Share for Couple No smoking, working, Westbury, Carle Place, close to transportation, church, stores. Call Apartment/Houseshare Needed for professional working woman with 13 year old son in East Meadow/Salisbury area. Non-smoking. Call Items for Sale - Oriental picture frames and a black lacquer Entertainment piece. Please call Custom Kiddie Birthday Cakes for kids 1 to 8. Dinosaur, Cross, Home Run Hitter and Teddy Bear and many more. Call Annette at Items for Sale - Breadmaker $40; Lenox 3 section dish (still in Fortunoff box) never used $45. Call Annette at Room for Rent in the Bowling Green/Carman Avenue area. Please call Isabel at Room Needed for mature woman. Can afford to pay $450 per month. Please call Our Lady of Fatima Day Tuesday, May 13th at the Shrine of Our Lady of the Island, Manorville, New York. 10 am Stations of the Cross followed by the Rosary, Holy Mass, Lunch Break and at 1:30 pm the movie The Triumph. For information call May 11, 2014 Banns of Marriage are announced for the following couples: For the Second Time Between Michael Morales Marissa Stano - St. Brigid and Ruben Anthonio Portillo Martinez, St. Anthony, Everett, MA Dana Elizabeth Escobar - St. Brigid St. Francis of Assisi Festival May 15 through 18. Rides, games, food, raffles, entertainment, vendor tents. Free admission - Free parking. 29 Clay Pitts Road, Greenlawn. Mini Mission with Msgr. John Strynkowski at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, West Hempstead, Sunday, May 18th from 3-5 pm. It will include two conferences, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, time for personal prayer, Evening Prayer/Benediction. All are welcome. Call for more information. Healing Mass Tuesday May 13 at St. Anastasia s Church, th St. Douglaston-Little Neck, NY. 7 pm Rosary, Mass & Healing Service. For more information contact St. Anastasia s church at Super Bonanza Winners 5/4 Michael Gallagher $30 5/5 Peggy Ann Smith $30 5/6 Kenneth Ward $30 5/7 Mrs. Mary Varga $30 5/8 Paul Kahl $30 5/9 Laurice Firenze $30 5/10 Keith Moritz $30 17
20 We Celebrate the Sacraments May 12 thru 16, 2014 Monday 7:00 am Mass The DaCosta family Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 7:00 am Mass 7:00 am Mass Angelina Abbatiello 7:00 am Mass Giovanni Abbatiello Friday 7:00 am Mass Mary & Joel Roth (wedding anniversary) Saturday 9:00 am Mass Novena Mass 9:00 am Mass Student of Brother Fox Latin School 9:00 am Mass Jayson Lim 9:00 am Mass Agatha Posillico 9:00 am Mass Gabriella Maria Fuduli 9:00 am Mass Mariela Angel de Cadena 12:10 pm Mass Maria & Martino Matina 12:10 pm Mass Vincent J. Dwyer 12:10 pm Mass Oliver Noel 12:10 pm Mass Edward Malloy 12:10 pm Mass Francesco Petriga Reconciliation follows 12:10 Mass Reconciliation follows 12:10 Mass Reconciliation follows 12:10 Mass Reconciliation follows 12:10 Mass Reconciliation follows 12:10 Mass Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) 4-4:45 pm ` Saturday May 17th 5:00 pm...(english/church)... Intentions: The Mahoney family Priest: Fr. Jason Servers: Thomas Thoben & Alexandra Buck 7:00 pm...(spanish/church)...intentions: Arnulfo Arbelaez Priest: Fr. David Sunday May 18th 7:00 am...(english/church)... Intentions: William & Ann Cullinane Priest: Fr. Nesly 8:30 am...(italian/church)... Intentions: Vito & Maria Desiderio, Anna Maria Iadevaia, Josephine Slialli, Raffaella Enzo Pannella, Rob & Nick Guariglia, Luigi Posillico Priest: Fr. Richard 9:15 am...(english/chapel)... Intentions: Thomas Rielly Priest: Fr. Tony Servers: Pedro Lamarre & Mary Cullinan 10:00 am...(english/church)...intentions: Timothy Zaino & Gerard O Connor Priest: Fr. Jason Servers: W. Kratina, K. Coyne, L. Lowrie 10:45 am...(spanish/chapel)... Intentions: Generosa Rodriguez, Sefora Diaz, Carmela Bonilla de Turcios Priest: Fr. David 11:30 am...(english/church)...intentions: Frances Juliano, Mary Fennessy, Juliana Reiser, Maria Santos, John A. Kowalski, Jr., Catherine Oftring Priest: Fr. Jason 12:15 pm...(spanish/chapel)... Intentions: Francisca Cordero Priest: Fr. David 2:30 pm...(kreyol/church)... Intentions: Venant Anglade, Solange Auguste Priest: Fr. Nesly Servers: J. L. Rafanelli & DeGuzmans 6:00 pm...(english/chapel)... Intentions: Emma, Giuseppe & Anna Maria Buffolino Priest: Fr. Tony Servers: Guiterrez, A. Rennie, K. Raduazzo 19