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,
King of
of Easter
the Universe
November
Second
Sunday
April 12,
2015 23, 2014
LITURGY AND MUSIC
(Rectory) 427-0638; [email protected]
Mrs. Gene-Louise Poller, Director
YOUTH MINISTRY
(Rectory) 427-0638; [email protected]
Mr. Daniel Diviney, Director
OUTREACH (SOCIAL MINISTRY)
(Center) 271-8986; [email protected]
Mrs. Fran Leek, Director
BUSINESS MANAGER
(Rectory) 427-0638; [email protected]
Mr. Pete Shepherd, Manager
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
(Center) 271-6081; [email protected]
Mrs. Helen Schramm, Director
TRINITY REGIONAL SCHOOL
1025 Fifth Avenue, E. Northport, NY 11731
261-5130; [email protected]
Miss Jeanne Morcone, Principal
Rectory 631-427-0638
Fax: 631-427-1319
[email protected]
WORSHIP THIS COMING WEEK
Monday, 4/13
Easter Weekday
Acts 4: 23-31 / Jn 3: 1-8 (267)
8:00 am Martha Castro
Tuesday, 4/14
Easter Weekday
Acts 4: 32-37 / Jn 3: 7b-15 (268)
8:00 am Katherine & Frank O’Hagan
Wednesday, 4/15
Easter Weekday
Acts 5: 17-26 / Jn 3: 16-21 (269)
8:00 am Edith Quitoni
Thursday, 4/16
Easter Weekday
Acts 5: 27-33 / Jn 3: 31-36 (270)
8:00 am Elmer Whitcomb
Friday, 4/17
Easter Weekday
Acts 5: 34-42 / Jn 6: 1-15 (271)
8:00 am Collette Spadaro
Saturday Memorial Mass, 8:30 am 4/18
Easter Weekday
Acts 6: 1-7 / Jn 6: 16-21 (272)
Veronica Velazquez, Matthew Giacopelli, Gloria Durr,
Helen Giacopelli, James Picozzi, John Malone,
Francisca Evanglista
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Bulletin Reflection:
The Christian community described in
Acts understood and practiced total
stewardship. St. Paul reports that the
believers did not claim anything as their
own, but held everything in common and
distributed to each whatever was needed.
Living Stewardship:
We are grateful this week for all stewards
in our parish who look beyond their own
wants to help satisfy the needs of others .
Ministry of Prayer: Intentions for April
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WORSHIP NEXT WEEKEND
April 18th & April 19th
Third Sunday of Easter
Acts 3: 13-15, 17-19 / 1 Jn 2: 1-5a / Lk 24: 35-48 (47)
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5:00 pm:
Celebrant:
Intention: John Mason
7:00 am:
Celebrant:
Intention: Mary Mediavilla
8:15am-Spanish:
Celebrant:
Intention:
10:00 am:
Celebrant:
Intention: People of Parish
11:30 am:
Celebrant:
Intention: Leonard Totoro
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Let us pray that people may learn to
respect creation and care for it as a gift of
God.
Let us pray that persecuted Christians may
feel the consoling presence of the Risen
Lord and the solidarity of all the Church.
Let us pray about the choice of our new
pastor and that the Lord will shower
blessings upon our Father Joe as he
transitions to retirement.
Let us pray in thanksgiving for the Lord’s
Paschal Mystery and His blessings of Easter
joy for all the people of God.
Let us pray with Our Lady of
Medjugorje “that all those who left my Son
because of their pain and
misunderstanding may return to Him and
that all those who have never known Him
may come to know Him.”
Let us pray for the health and safety of the
homeless, the poor, and the
marginalized people within our parish
boundary.
Let us pray St. Catherine of Siena’s
prayer: Holy Spirit, come into my heart;
draw it to Thee by Thy power, O my God,
and grant me charity with filial fear.
Preserve me, O ineffable Love, from every
evil thought; warm me, inflame me with Thy
dear love, and every pain will seem light to
me. My Father, my sweet Lord, help me in
all my actions. Jesus, love, Jesus, love.
Amen.
FROM THE PASTOR
PASTOR’S DESK:
I don’t know about you, but I was deeply moved by the experience of Holy Week this
year. Each of the services from Palm Sunday until the last Mass on Easter Sunday
was an expression of our faith for all to share in and be proud of. Several things made
this a holy and inspirational time in the parish. First, of course were the sheer numbers that came together to celebrate on Palm Sunday and Easter. We filled up the
Church several times on both days. It was like the “old days” with standing room
only at some Masses. I think that our warm welcome to those who were there after a
lengthy absence might help them to return sooner. Let’s hope so anyway.
The second thing that made this a special time for me was the quality of our
celebrations. That was no accident. Many people made it happen – The music
ministers under the direction of Gene Poller and Pepe D’Amico and several others,
the ushers who kept order, the lectors who made God’s Word come to life for us, the
sisters from our Convent who led us in Morning Prayer, servers, the Environment
Committee and the Rosary Altar Society who help focus in on each of the days and,
of course, our deacons and priests. Thank you to all who worked so very hard last
week. You deserve a big pat on the back (actually, you deserve a lot more than that,
but that is all I have right now!)
There was another reason why this Easter was such a special celebration for me. This
one is personal. On Easter Sunday, I celebrated the 40th Anniversary of my ordination
to the priesthood. Imagine that! Forty years ago, Bishop Kellenberg (Remember
him?) laid his hands on my head and called down the Holy Spirit upon me. When he
was finished I was a priest! I can’t believe how much has happened over the forty
years! When I look back on it, my heart is filled with gratitude because of what God
has allowed me to do. I thank him for those years, and I thank you because in all of
the parishes where I have served, I was made welcome and invited into your lives
without question or conditions. I cannot imagine a richer or fuller life. Thank you.
I would like to invite you to celebrate these 40 years with me. Since we could not do
it on Easter, I have chosen April 26 as a special day. I would like you to join me at the
11:30 Mass that day to thank God and you for the gift of priesthood that you have
given me. After Mass there will be some refreshments in the cafeteria. Please mark
your calendars and plan to be there, I would be so honored to have you as a guest.
Remember April 26th at the 11:30 Mass. I hope you will come…..
Fr. Joe
SOCIAL
SOCIAL
MINISTRY
MINISTRY
& NOTICES
OUTREACH 631-271-8986
Open: 10 am-11:50am and 1-3:00pm
Hope you and your family had a very blessed Easter!
Our Pantry is in need of:
JUICE, FRUIT, TOMATO & PASTA SAUCE, PEANUT BUTTER, JELLY, TUNA.
Toiletries & diaper size 1, 3, 4 & 5
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On Thursdays from 2-4PM we have a group of ladies knitting and crocheting pre-natal blankets and
hats for the hospital. Come join us in the First Avenue wing of the Parish Center. We can always use
donations of BABY YARN!!!
Catholic Charities Immigration Counselor is here on the 4th Tuesday of every month from 10-12, on
Tuesday’s we have a representative for the SNAP program (food Stamps) from 10-12 & on Thursdays
we have Fidelis Care representatives from 1-3PM
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 631-271-6081
Registration for Religious Education for year 2015-16 will begin on Monday, April 13th.
Children should enroll in formal Religious Education instruction and begin preparing for the Sacrament of
First Holy Communion at age 6 or when they enter the first grade. If you would like to register a child for
the first time, please stop in the office and bring with you a copy of the child’s Baptismal Certificate.
Our office will be open for registration as follows:
Beginning April 13th: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays:
10:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 – 5:00 pm.
Beginning April 19th: Sundays:
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
(Please note that on Sunday, April 19th, the office will be closed from 10 am to 11 am)
Registration will run until Thursday, May 7th. Any forms received after this date will be considered late
and a $25 fee will be applied.
ADULT SPIRITUAL FORMATION
presents…
This is the film Pierce Brosnan promised his fans would be: heartwarming, touching and full of hope.
Also starring Aiden Quinn, Juliana Margulies and Alan Bates.
A true story…of a parent committed to his children in a remarkable way…
Wonderfully acted and beautifully written…
Come & See--Enjoy light refreshments-Stay for discussion
Tuesday, April 14th
7:00 (promptly)
9:20pm
St. John Fisher Room
Tugs at your heart and have a Kleenex handy…
LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA & NOTICES
OFICINA DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
631-271-6081
Registración para las clases de Educación Religiosa para el año 2015-16 comenzará el lunes 13 de abril.
Los niños deben matricularse en clases formal de Educación Religiosa, y comenzar a prepararse para el
Sacramento de la Primera Comunión a los 6 años o cuando entran al primer grado. Si desea registrara un
niño por primera vez, por favor pase por la oficina y traiga con usted una copia del Certificado de Bautismo
del niño.
Nuestra oficina estará abierta para registración como sigue:
Comenzando el 13 de abril: Lunes, Martes, Miércoles y Jueves:
10:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 – 5:00 pm.
Comenzando el 19 de abril: Domingo:
9:00 am– 1:00 pm
(Tenga en cuenta que el domingo 19 de Abril, la oficina estará cerrada desde 10 am - 11 am)
Registración será hasta el Jueves, 07 de mayo. Cualquier registración recibida después de esta fecha será
considerada tarde y se aplicará un cargo de $25.
OFICINA DE OUTREACH
Horas: 10 am-11:50am y 1-3:00pm
Espero que usted y su familia hayan tenido un bendecido Domingo de Pascuas.
La oficina de Enlace necesita los siguientes artículos para la despensa de comida:
JUGOS, FRUTA ENLATADA, SALSA DE TOMATE, MANTEQUILLA DE MANI, JALEA Y ATUN.
También necesitamos pañales talla 1, 3, 4 & 5 y artículos personales y de primera necesidad.
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Todos los Jueves desde las 2PM hasta las 4PM tenemos un grupo de Señoras que tejen y bordan sabanitas y gorritos para los bebes del Hospital.
La consultora de Inmigraciónde Caridades Católicas está aquí el 4to martes del mes de 10-12, todos los martes
tenemos una representante del programa de Cupones de Alimentos (SNAP) de 10-12, y los Jueves de 1-3PM
tenemos representantes del Plan de Salud Fidelis.
SPIRITUAL ADOPTION SEVENTH MONTH
RIGHT TO LIFE
Your spiritually adopted baby is growing every day. He/she is between 14 and 17 inches long and weighs
about 4 1/2 pounds. He/she is growing every day. He/she can see, hear and recognize mother's voice, taste,
cough, yawn and hiccup. Amazing!
Dear Jesus, child of Mary, I love you and thank you for your unconditional love. I plead with you to save the
life of the unborn child whom I have spiritually adopted and whose life is threatened by abortion. May this
child be allowed to grow in wisdom, age and strength in Your presence and in the sight of all. Amen.
OUR PRAYER CORNER
Please remember the sick & suffering in your prayers, so they may receive healing & comfort:
Dom Ciccone
Caroline Chapman
Lisa Stovall
Noah Matsumoto
Marshal May
Georgeann Green Christopher Sorensen Fred Brynes
Gerard F. Saggese
Anita Meza
Fernando Palacio John Mulrooney
Isidro Orona
Robert Leonardi
Frank Polcer
Theresa Kelsch
William Herold
Joseph Pires
Carol O’Brien
Mary Lusardi
Carolyn Lukralle Andrew Harvey
Jason Rendel
Josephine Caiozzo Gerry Staiman
John Constantino Joseph Labarbera
Mark Dineen
Lorraine Bachman Lucy Zgrablic
Doris Dawson
Jacqueline Drexel
Helen Ketcham Yuriko Duggan
Mary Lou Lasala
Bob Bohner
Gerry Brannigan
Gaile Cassar
Kathleen Fitzgerald Joseph Sansotta
Russell Hayward
Thomas Guido
Kathy Agiesta
Francyn Caiozzo
Steve McVetty
Erin O’Donnell
Dennis Wilk
Guillermo Zelaya Bill Mathews
Charles Naidi
Kathy Sorensen
Charles Parento III
Laura Grzan
Josephine Jeannette Barbara Bento
Baby Gianna Pantina and those in the military, and the abused.
Mary Wilson
Phil Paul
Joan Racis
John Michta
Luis Cruz
James Biggin
Rachel Metz
Mark Wahl
Steven Mueller
Robert Zimardo
NOTICES
The Rosary Altar Society
Pray the Rosary Daily
CHRIST IS RISEN; INDEED HE IS RISEN!!
ALLEUIA!!
“With the Rosary, the Christian people sits at the school
of Mary and is led to contemplate the beauty on the face
of Christ and to experience the depths of his love.”
St. John Paul II
Next Meeting: 7pm, St. John Fisher Room
Tues, May 5– Rosary; meeting with election of officers
(All members need to attend to vote)
May 2– Marian Procession @ 3pm; Crowning of Our
Lady
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DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY--Sunday, April 12th -In the Chapel at 2:30 pm
Top News from the Seminary
Annabelle Moseley book signing
She will be reading from her new double volume of
biblical poetry, A Ship to Hold the World, and The
Marionette’s Ascent. Copies of the book will be
available for purchase. No registration is required
and refreshments will be served.
Sunday April 19th @ 2pm
440 West Neck Rd Huntington, NY 11743
Call: 631) 243-0483 ext:141
Library at the Seminary(on the 4th floor)
Email: li[email protected]
Saint Anthony’s High School
Franciscan Brothers
Spring Concert
Of
Instrumental
And
Choral Music
Friday, April 24 & Saturday April 25
In the Auditorium
@ 7:30PM
Donation $10.00
—————————————————-Thank you for the donation in memory of
Gloria Durr. Requested by William Durr &
Cynthia Scudieri.
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
Padre Gonzalo Oajaca Lopez:
427-0638
Ministerio del Rosario:
Felix Gonzalez 516-658-7854
Apostolado de la Divina
Misericordia:
Necesita Oracion:
llame 631.745-5762 escriba
email: [email protected]
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