Divine Mercy Sunday April 12, 2015

Divine Mercy Sunday
April 12, 2015
Have you come to believe because you have seen me?
Blessed are those who have not seen
and have believed.
The Basilica Parish of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Southampton, NY
Welcome to the Basilica Parish of the
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Daily Mass
Mon. Wed. Thurs. Fri. at 12 noon
Tue. at 8:00 am
First Saturday 8:00 am
Weekend Masses
Saturday: 5 PM
Sunday: 8 AM, 9:30 AM,
11 AM, 12:30 PM (in Spanish)
and 5 PM
Saturday: 4 PM - 4:45 PM
Ministry to the Sick
For communion at home or Anointing
please contact the Parish Office.
Please contact the Parish Office
to schedule an appointment with our
Deacon. Baptisms are generally
performed on Saturdays.
Pastoral Team:
Rev. Michael A. Vetrano, Pastor
In Residence: Rev. Msgr. William J. Gill
Carl Sanfilippo, Deacon
Jennifer Ferrantino, Director, Religious Education
Suzanne Marchisella, Parish & Cemetery Secretary
Jo Ann Morse, Director of Music
Bill Kunzer, Plant and Facilities Manager
Parish Leadership:
Contact Us
Finance Committee
Fred Weinfurt (trustee)
Pat Jordan (trustee)
Jay Diesing
Charlene Kagel
John Neknez
Parish Office
168 Hill Street Southampton, NY
Pastoral Council
In formation
P: 631-283-0097, option 0
F: 631-283-3836
W: www.shjmbasilica.org
E: [email protected]
M-F 9 AM - 4:00 PM
Weekend by appointment
Jack Hanlon
Fr. Mike Vetrano
E: [email protected]
Sr. Barbara McKenna, RSM
Religious Education Office
Adult Faith Formation
Mary Adamczyk
Arranged at least six months in
advance, please call the Parish Office.
Becoming A Catholic
We welcome those who would like to
become Catholic and adult Catholics
who have never received formal
religious education and/or sacraments.
Human Resources of the Hamptons — Help for those in Need
The Human Resources Program volunteers reach out to meet the temporal needs of the
elderly, the housebound, and the poor of our parish and community. Our parish Care for
the Caregiver Program delivers hot meals to families in need of this kind of help on
Wednesday evenings. Call the Human Resources Office for information and assistance.
P: 631-283-0508
E: [email protected]
Our Lady of Hamptons School
Sister Kathy Schlueter, CSJ
160 North Main Street
Southampton, New York 11968
P: 631-283-9140
E: [email protected]
Human Resources of the
Kerry Lewendoski, Director
P: 631-283-6415
Apostolado Hispano
Rev. Steve Grozio
631-283-4379 Cell: 631-375-1001
Vincentian Fathers
Second Sunday of Easter—Divine Mercy Sunday :: April 12, 2015
Readings: Acts 4:32-35; 1 Jn 5:1-6; Jn 20:19-31
Mission Statement: We are a Eucharistic centered people, who by following Christ’s teaching,
join together to love and serve those in spiritual and physical need in our community.
Liturgical Ministers Schedule
Saturday, April 18 5 PM Father Mike Vetrano
SERVERS R. Anderson, J. Terry, E. Wingfield
M. Adamczyk, T. Grimaldi, M. Lynch
Sunday, April 19 8 AM Father Ed Kiernan
SERVERS B. Ambrose, K. Culver, L. Martin
P. Mackey, L. McClain, J. McKenna,
M. Muller
LECTORS M. Mackey, J. Taranto
9:30 AM
Father Michael Vetrano
A. Cuccia, J. Kearns, Malone Bros.
Sr. M. Assunta, A & J Cuccia,
N. McCulley, J. Neknez
GREETERS C. Cenzoprano, M. Cirillo, J. Navan
11 AM
Father Bill Gill
Lenahan Family
S. Adelante, J. Cleary, S. McCulley
M. McDonald, L. Robins
LECTORS G. Bauer, J. Kepczynska
GREETERS C. Brown, C. Butler, R. Essay
5 PM Father Paul Dahm
H. Reyes
L. DeRobertis, S. Oldakowski,
G. Reisig
N. Conroy, M. Levine
HAND LINENS - April 12-18—N. McCulley
April 12–C & J Mottern
April 19—M. Lynch
April 12—J. McCarthy, P. Mackey
April 19—T. Alegria, M.McDonald
Rosary - April 16—M. Lane
Mass Intentions for the Week of April 13-19
Kyle Owen
8 AM
Sr. Mary Pudenciana
Emil Norsic
James Stark
Kathryn Duggan
5 PM
Eileen Krejchi
Filomena Marciw
People of the Parish
Roger Revere (1st Anniv.), Jim
Mass in Spanish
5 PM
Olga Salerno
Financial Realities and Stewardship
The Holy Thursday collection was $1935.00. Good
Friday was collection was $1016.00 Easter
collection to date is $32,418.00. Thank you for your
Memorial donations
To donate the flowers on the altar or bread and wine and/
or candles offered at Mass each week, please contact the
parish office.
Pastor’s Letter
April 11/12
Let the Work Begin
Dear Parish Family,
It was just a year ago, last Easter, when I began to propose the In Nomine Domini Renewal. We began
active fundraising in July and the response was overwhelming. By Thanksgiving we had reached our
goal in pledges and by the beginning of the year we had the needed funds on hand to begin our
projects. I am so grateful for the support and wonderful generosity of our parishioners. I am sure you
are anxious to see things happen.
At that time, I was hoping that some of the more substantial projects might be completed by this
summer, especially our new heating / air-conditioning system. Unfortunately it looks like we will have
one more warm summer ahead. There are two things which have slowed the projects down. First, it
became clear that the removal of the existing system and preparation of the crawl space below the
church would require an asbestos abatement. Asbestos was a common insulator on pipes in old steam
systems like ours. It has not been a concern until now because it was limited to intact insulation and to
areas of the church that were inaccessible. It took many consults to understand the best way and the
most economical way to accomplish this. The understory of our church is a complex mix of old
supports and new supports from the last renovation. But we were finally able to have a plan approved
by New York State which is both feasible and economical. That work is scheduled to begin this week.
The second bit of slowdown has been finding the right heating / air-conditioning solution. While it
was possible to know how modern units could do what was not possible in the last renovation, getting
the right design has taken some time. In addition to preserving the architecture of the church itself, we
have also been looking for a method that will not disturb the foundations of the building or require too
much outside equipment. There have been many conversations with contractors and engineers but we
are finally on the right track and looking at installation next spring. Remember that the church will be
without heat in the transition so that leaves fall and spring as the perfect times to do the work. The
renovation of our pews can happen as the installation is completed.
In the meanwhile, our efforts are also moving ahead on the restroom facilities and bell tower
renovation. We were fortunate to receive a grant from the Dreams-R-Us foundation who helped with
our sound system upgrade last year. For this year they will fund $12,280 of the bell tower costs. In
addition, a local electrical firm has responded to an invitation in our bulletin and will be donating the
electrical work required at the bell tower, a huge savings for us. So we are looking at completion of
that project before summer.
I will keep you up to date on these projects as information
becomes available. No one is more anxious than I to see all
the projects come to completion!
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Rev. Michael A. Vetrano, Pastor
A Note from Religious Education Director :
Jennifer Ferrantino
Divine Mercy Sunday! Celebrating the total outpouring of God’s
Mercy! We continue the celebrating! Last week we celebrated
the most important week of our faith. We are very lucky to have
had many of our young people participating and helping with our
beautiful services! Thank you to all those who helped and made it
such a special weekend!
Please pray for our families who are preparing for sacraments.
Confirmation will be Thursday, May 14th at 4:30 PM. Rehearsal will be Monday,
May 11th at 7PM, please bring your sponsor.
Remaining classes for the year:
Sundays: April 19th, 26th
Wednesdays: April 22nd, 29th
Sacred Heart Youth
Watch here for more events.
For more information email:
[email protected]
Religious Education
First Holy Communion will be Saturdays, May 2nd and May 9th at 11 AM. Rehearsal
will take place the Friday before at 4 PM in church. Families please remember to
bring your child’s banner to the rehearsal.
Life Corner :: SHJM Respect Life Ministry
The Faith that Does Justice
Rockville Centre Diocese, 516-678-5800, ext.626, www.drvc.org/
Priests for Life, 888-735-3448, www.priestsforlife.org
Birthright, 631-728-8900, 800-550-4900
Healing post-abortion: Rachel's Vineyard, 877-467-3463, www.rachelsvineyard.org
Did you know ... for every one child adoption in America, there are approximately
thirty (30) couples waiting to adopt. Although exact estimates are difficult to determine,
there are
probably over one million couples waiting to adopt in the USA.
The ratio of abortions-to-adoptions is about 12-to-1 --There are many sources providing adoption services; for more
information visit www.heartbeatinternational.org, or almost any pro-life website.
Reflections On the Gospel from Pax Christi
April 12, 2015
The community of believers was of one heart and mind…” so we hear in Sunday’s first reading.
What a beautiful picture this presents—everyone together and providing for each other! But then we
come to the Gospel, and we hear that the disciples were indeed together, but behind locked doors
living in fear. Not quite the same warm and fuzzy image. Then Jesus appears with a message: “Peace
be with you.” With that he sends them forth imbued with the Holy Spirit. Furthermore, he speaks of
forgiveness—not to an ordained clergy, but to all. Could his message, the message of these readings,
be “The Holy Spirit is with you. Be at peace. Forgive one another, and you will discover that you
have all that you need to be a loving, caring community able to continue my ministry to the
world.”? Let’s share in the resurrection by being such a welcoming community.
Grief: Coping with reminders after a loss ::
Bereavement Group meets on Wednesdays at noon.
Grief doesn’t magically end at a certain point after a loved one’s death.
Reminders often bring back the pain of loss. Here’s help coping – and healing.
To continue on the path toward healing, know what to expect – and how to cope
with reminders of loss, our Bereavement Group meets on Wednesdays. Anyone
interested please call the parish office at 283-0097 Ext 0.
Our Series on Faith in the Modern World Continues
The Pope and The Poor
Exploring the Message
And Ministry of Pope Francis
In his words, and even more so in his ministry, Pope Francis
challenged Christians in their service of the poor. Tonight we will
explore our church’s understanding and teaching on poverty. From
the words of Jesus to the Papal Encyclicals of our last 125 years we
are a church challenged to care for the poor. We will examine how
our community has understood this most difficult of all human
Welcome to the Family!
Father Gill is seen here with Joshua, his mom Amy, Diana, and Natalia who were all baptized by Father Mike
at the Easter Vigil. Father Gill and Jennifer Ferrantino, our Religious Ed director, met each week with the
adult candidates to prepare them for these special sacraments! Amy will be married in the Catholic church to
her fiancé, Charlie, on April 18. There are many SHJM parishioners who can say that they received Baptism,
First Communion, Confirmation, and Marriage at Sacred Hearts — but not many can say all in the same
month! Not pictured here, Donna Gagliardo, was also received into the church at the Easter Vigil. We
warmly welcome all our newest members!
Happening in our Parish
With Fr. Mike Vetrano on Monday, April 20 at 7 PM in our church.
Bread, Wine and Candles
For this week were given in honor of Divine Mercy Sunday and Jacques
Bodeau by his wife, Yvonne LeCann Bodeau
We pray for the sick of our Parish and Community
Winnie Chin
John Bishop
Robert O’Shea
Suzanne Parillo
Gwendolyn Porter
Eileen Finlay
Roger Williams
Robert Melter
Daniel Sheerin
Stan Witkowski
Anne O’Brien
Anna Norsic
Marcelle Enne
Peg Jordan
Paul Beatty, Sr.
Philip Masi
Patricia Kahl
Dorothy Higgins
Michael Kelley
Luke Powers
Christina Haag
Susan Katzer
Drew Bodin
Perry DeLalio
Macario Yat de Leon
Dottie Brown
Eileen Birnholz
Patricia Jordan
Rose M. Spinna
J T Welker
Faith & Ministries
Bobby & Caroline Parillo Mary Ann Tupper
Adult Faith Opportunities for Prayer & Study
Bible Study :: meets every Tuesday at 1 PM in the upper meeting room of the Parish Center. New members
are always welcome!
Spiritual Book Group :: meeting every Tuesday at 1 PM in the dining room of the Parish Center. New
members are always welcome!
Secular Franciscans :: on the second Sunday of the month after the 11 AM Mass in the dining room of the
Parish Center. Would you like to know more about us? Please come to our meeting. Bring a bag lunch and we
will supply the coffee.
Resurrection Prayer Group meets on Thursdays at 7 PM in the Parish Center. Come share your healing gifts with us.
All are welcome.
Altar Servers Needed!
We are looking for more young people to become Altar Servers. If your child is in
grades 3-8 and would like to become an altar server please contact Mary Adamczyk at
Ministries in Need of Your Help:
Lectors, Ushers, Eucharistic Ministers
Just about every one of our masses can use additional Lectors, Ushers, and Eucharistic Ministers. I
would especially love to see some of the youngest members of our parish be of service in this way.
Our 5 PM mass on Sunday needs the most support right now. We are often very short of all three
ministries at this mass. If you are interested please contact Fr. Mike: [email protected]
Training will take place on April 25th, from 9 AM—1 PM at McGann-Mercy High School in
Angel Tea
Sunday, April 19, 2015
2:30 p.m.
Sacred Hearts Church - Parish Hall
Tea, Sandwiches, Raffles, 50/50 & Fun with Sr. Pat Duffy, OP
RSVP by April 12 – 516-635-2638 Mary Welker
Presented by the Adult Faith Formation
Please call Patricia Sheerin 287-7864 if you would like to volunteer to make sandwiches or desserts.
If you can help setup on Friday, April 17, or breakdown on Sunday, April 19, please call Pam Culver
Think Warm Thoughts : The Tent Party is Coming!
Be Part of the Plan
Yes, we all need some warm thoughts. So start to think about the summer.
The new date for our Tent Party is Saturday, August 29th We need
committee members on every level to make this a success. Some
opportunities are:
Our Sponsorship Committee
Food and Beverage Committees
Tent and Property Committee
Service and Decoration Committee
Prize and Entertainment Committee
Publicity Committee
Ticket Sales and Reservation Committee
If you are ready to help make this event a success please contact Fr. Mike by
phone (283-0097) or e- mail ([email protected]) . Summer is on its Way!
On Memorial Day Weekend ticket sales will begin for Sacred Hearts Super Raffle. We will be selling up to
500 tickets so we won’t run out and you won’t be disappointed! Better yet, each participant will have a 1 in
50 chance of winning one of our 10 prizes!
Tickets will be $100 and you can purchase them on you own or take a chance or chances with a group of
friends to increase your chances of winning.
Anyone wishing to join the committee in selling chances before and after Mass to please contact: Charlie Mottern—631283-3785. We especially need some volunteers for the 5 PM Masses on Saturday and Sunday.
Upcoming Events at the Basilica
$10 donation
Our Lady of the Hamptons
Mr. Joseph Basar , music teacher at OLH, presented his annual music
master’s day, this year focusing on the history, evolution and demonstration
of American Jazz.
The program was enhanced by a multi-media history and live demonstrations. The Hamptones sang
a medley from “Chicago’, the Dance troupe danced a classical jazz number, while the tap team also
performed. The highlight of the event was the debut of the school‘s new instrumental jazz band,
The Hot Six.
The Class of 2015 will welcome all community and parish senior citizens to the annual Senior
Regional School
luncheon on Friday, April 17th. Lunch will be served at 11:30AM, with entertainment, pries and
good company. There is no charge for the event.. Reservations are requested: 283-9140.
Advance reservations are advised for the ladies luncheon and Chinese auction to benefit OLH. The gala will
be held at the Muses in Southampton on Sunday, May 17th. Please call 283-9140 for details.
Registration for the September 2015 year at the OLH pre-school at St. Rosalie’s Parish Center in Hampton Bays is now
open. A fully licensed program for three- and four-year-olds in preparation for elementary school
is available with
extended hours. Call 283-9140 to arrange tours and interviews. Space is limited.
Information packets and registration materials are available at the school now, leading toward September 2015
enrollment. Registration for prospective kindergarten students (must be 5 years old prior to November 30, 2015), and
grades one through five must be completed before March 15. Admission to the OLH prep (grades 6, 7, 8) in the newly
constructed complex is limited but available.
We invite parishioners and friends to learn more about Our Lady of the Hamptons by visiting the website
www.olh.org. Tours can be arranged at any time, by calling 283-9140.
In Memory of:
Charles & Giovanna Mottern
Carmela C. Cicero
Madeline Halsey
Mary McMahon
Irene Mahoney & family
Anna Verderber
Doris M. Taylor
Charlene Kagel
M/M Brian F. McDonald
M/M Americo Cancellieri
Julieanne Purcell
Beau & Pat Hulse
Edward & Pat Corrigan
Bart & Phyllis Dixon
Judith N. Joyce
John & Laura Wynne
Barbara Wilson
Arthur Muller
Fred J. Weinfurt
John & Ann Cuccia
Audrey & Paul Beatty
Joseph & Elizabeth Brady
The Glinka Family
Bernadette Burns
Tina & John Kupidloski
Ann & Albert Frankenbach
George & Halina Reister
Joseph B. Markovich
Wendy Wise Routh
Dotty & Jim Walker
Patricia Abbey
Mary Loughlin
Peter & Maureen Nikolich
George & Mitzie Gulija
Daniel & Patricia Sheerin
Pauline Stark
M/M John Hanlon
Bob & Carolyn Grisnik
Linda & Bob Deck
Patricia Enne
The DeVivo Family
Margaret A. Ianacone
Charles A. Mottern, Frances Mottern Lokay,
Anthony and Bridget Vinci
Cicero and Aglio Families
Margaret Stevens
William McMahon
Babinski & Mahoney Families
John Verderber
Margaret Z. & Lloyd C. Taylor
Eleanor Kagel, Lillian & Henri Turcq
John Verderber
Phillip Scott Cancellieri
John D. Duffy III
Charles A. Higham
Cecil Corrigan, Leonie & Maurice Corrigan
Our parents and grandparents
The Nestor Family
John H. Wynne, Louis S. Miele, Margaret Tyrrell Mick
Ernie Wilson and Carmela “Molly” Piccirillo
Irene C. Muller
Ethel & Fred Weinfurt
John & Arlene Cuccia & Phillip Masi
Dwyer & Beatty Families
Maureen & Patrick Brady
Katherine & John Jeffards, Felicia & Stanley Glinka
Daniel F. Burns
Stubelek, Kupidloski & Gallagher Families
Herbert, Hull & Frankenbach Families
Andrew Reister
John A., Ann P.,& John S. Markovich
Carol Zuhusky, Matthew Coleman, Corin Routh,
T. A. Wise & Family
Dorothy Jones Hedges
Lonnie Abbey
Michael & Delia Loughlin
Brian Nikolich
Gulija & Zorko Families
Ahearn & Sheerin Families
Tony Stark & members of the Stark family
Hanlon & Fannon Families
Grisnik, Zakel, & Yakamelli Families
Ida Mae Mahoney
Charles A. Enne, Marie & Gordon Williams,
Richard Fitzgerald
Fabrizio Ciccone
Anthony & Anna Ianocone
Given by:
In Memory of:
Given by:
Kate Duggan
James & Kathleen, Patricia & Ella Lynch
Francis & Elizabeth Malone
Paul Bauer
Joan Parker
Jean A. Brown & Bruno McKay
Dominic, Millie, Gary & Katie Cirillo
The Slodki & Kehl Families
Neknez, Alloro & Auci Families
Deceased Members of the Arresta & Scricca Families
Brownie & Joan Emilita, James & Kathleen Lynch
Angelina & Vincent Taranto & Barbara J. Adams
James Hyland Jr.
Peg, Chris, Sr. & Chris, Jr. Jordan
Deceased members of the Enne, Tietjen, Moloney,
Ryan, Ferrara, Bjerring, Lustalow, Bourquin & Bauer
Anne Manley and Margarett Taylor
Mary & Tony Tenaglia and Ruth & Harold Zeltmann
Sophie & Joseph Sciame
Barry Borbet
Cavallaro Family
Francis Brennan
Margarete U. Joyce
Koeper & Jensen Family
Michael & Patty Mackey
Their family
M/M Robert Brown
Ginny Bauer
Noreen & Charlie Conroy
Barbara Soyars
Mark & Melanie Cirillo
Mary Slodki
M/M John Neknez
Louis & Gina Arresta
Tim & Joan Lynch
Joe Taranto
John Hyland
Peg & Pat Jordan—In thanksgiving
Mrs. Patricia Enne
M/M Patrick Manley
M/M Steven Zeltmann
Joseph Sciame
Joe & Jenn Ruggieri and Family
Turid Cavallaro
Cathy Brennan
Thomas Joyce
Judy Gillian & Jim Jensen
For the Living
Given by:
Intentions of Capt. Mark Enne, his sons,
Charlie & Theo
Special Intention
In celebration of Ruth Lynch on her 100th Easter
Patricia Enne
Don & Kathleen Garvey
Her grateful family
Taller de Ministerios - Habrá un taller para los ministros de
la liturgia el sábado, 25 de abril, de las 9:00 AM a la 1:00
PM en Mercy-McGann High School, 1225 Ostrander Ave.,
en Riverhead. Si usted quiere ser lector, ministro de la
Comunión o ministro de la hospitalidad, hable con Padre
Marvin. Él tiene que inscribirle en el taller para que puedan
Seguro de Salud para Niños - La representante de Fidelis
Care, Konny Tapias, estará en el Apostolado Hispano los
miércoles de las 10 AM hasta la 1:00 PM, para ayudar con
seguro de salud para los niños.
manos y si no meto mi mano en su costado, no creo".
"Ocho días después - fíjense qué expresión más bonita:
¡ocho días después!, como que ya Juan está
canonizando nuestra reunión dominical, el domingo
siguiente, como si yo les dijera hoy: el otro domingo
nos vamos a reunir. Ya se insinúa, pues, la celebración
dominical estaban reunidos y Tomás estaba allí..."
Cristo, gozando de esas cualidades de los cuerpos
resucitados que no necesita que le abran las puertas -es
ya un cuerpo espiritual- se presenta en medio de ellos.
Un fantasma -diríamos nosotros-, sin embargo, se
enfrenta al incrédulo. "Ven, mete tu dedo en mis
manos, mete tu mano en mi costado y palpa que Yo
soy". Tomás, no nos dice el Evangelio si metió su dedo
y su mano, lo que sí nos dice es su reacción de fe: cayó
ante Cristo diciendo el grito más hermoso de la fe que
se conserva en el Evangelio: " ¡Señor mío y Dios mío!"
¡Esto es creer, no es necesario palpar!
Cuando queremos evidencias, cuando queremos sentir
las verdades de la fe, estamos imitando la incredulidad
de Tomás. Y Cristo le dice a Tomás: "porque has visto,
has creído. Bienaventurados los que sin ver, creen".
Ustedes y yo, queridos hermanos, vivimos de una fe
porque creemos sin haber visto. Y muchos dicen que
esto es una estupidez, pero yo les digo: no hay
sabiduría más grande que esta que Cristo predica este
domingo: la FE. ¡Esta es la victoria que vence al
mundo! Dice la segunda carta de San Juan, hoy: "¡La
victoria que vence al mundo, es creer que Jesucristo es
Dios!" Tomado de la Homilía de Mons. Oscar Romero, 22 de abril de
La Obligación Pascual - Todos los católicos ya iniciados en
la Sagrada Eucaristía tienen la obligación de recibir la
Sagrada Comunión por lo menos una vez durante la
temporada Pascual: Domingo de Pascua, 5 de abril, hasta
Pentecostés, 24 de mayo. (En los Estados Unidos, la
Obligación Pascual puede cumplirse hasta el domingo de la
Santísima Trinidad, 31 de mayo). (CCE, §1385)
Rincón de Información
Curso Pre-Bautismal
Domingo, 26 de abril, a la 1:30 PM en el Apostolado o
las 5 PM en la iglesia en East Hampton. Favor de llevar
la copia del acta de nacimiento del niño. Bautizos en
Southampton serán el 3 de mayo, el 7 de junio y el 5 de
El Asesor de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas
En el Apostolado el 23 de abril, de las 2 a las 5 PM.
Comunidad de Oración para Adultos y Familias
Los martes a las 7:30 PM en la el salón parroquial. El
tercer martes de cada mes se reúne en la iglesia para la
hora santa.
Divina Misericordia - Misa en la Basílica el cuarto
miércoles de cada mes a las 8:00 PM.
Preparación Pre Matrimonial – Para casarse por la
iglesia, haga una cita para una entrevista con el P. Marvin o el P. Esteban. El curso pre-matrimonial se da por
seis domingos, de las 9 AM al mediodía comenzando el
primer domingo de junio, oct. o feb.
Requisitos para el Bautismo de un Niño
Curso: Para bautizar a su hijo, es necesario que los
padres y padrinos asistan al curso pre-bautismal.
Padrinos: Debe escoger a los padrinos conscientes de
los requisitos. Los padrinos tienen que ser católicos
bautizados, confirmados y que han hecho su Primera
Comunión y deben poder comulgar.
El padrino
(madrina) debe ser un(a) soltero(a) o debe ser casado
por la iglesia.
Permisos: Si viven afuera de la zona servida por el
Apostolado Hispano, necesitan una carta de su párroco
dándonos permiso para bautizar su hijo.
Padre Esteban: Cel: 631-375-1001; Fax: 631-287-0986
Horas del Apostolado: Miércoles, Jueves y Viernes - 2-4 PM
Intenciones del Papa para Abril
Universal: Para que las personas aprendan a respetar la
creación y a cuidarla como don de Dios.
II Domingo de Pascua, Año B. Ilustración © 1997 T. Butler. Printed from www.Liturgy.com
Por la Evangelización: Para que los cristianos perseguidos
Creemos Sin Haber Visto - Eso es lo que quería sientan la presencia reconfortante del Señor Resucitado y la
Tomás. "Si yo no meto mi dedo en la llaga de sus solidaridad de toda la Iglesia.
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Second Sunday of Easter
April 12, 2015