Dede LaRock

May 25, 2021

Memorial Day Parade – May 31

Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony on May 31st  Sponsored by American Legion Ernest Pasqua Post #1506 10:00 am  Veteran Motorcade (rain or shine).  Arrive at St. Eleanora’s Lane by 9:40 am on May 31. Steps off at 10 am. Veterans interested in participating, call Glenn Sadowski at (914) 318-9396.  Neighbors:  Please line the motorcade route!  Route to be published on the Post’s website. 10:30 am  In-Person Ceremony (Veterans Only) at the American Legion Plaza near Crestwood train station.  To keep the audience size below 200, the live in-person ceremony is open to veterans and their drivers.  Event organizers are looking […]
May 13, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – May 16, 2021

                The early Church fathers compiled a list of what they called “the seven deadly sins.”  Number one on that list was the sin of pride.  I doubt that you and I would have done it that way.  We may recognize that pride is indeed a sin, but most of us would not think of it as the first and worst of the deadly sins.  I can think of at least three sins that most of us consider to be more serious than the sin of pride – murder, adultery, and stealing.                 […]
May 7, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – May 9, 2021

                There is a proverb that says, “Be careful, my child, what you want, for you shall surely get it.”  That is an overstatement, but it is the overstatement of a truth.  Within the bounds of reason, you and I do tend to get from life those things that we really want, because we go after them.  We pay the price that it takes to get them.                  The challenge remains for each of us to apply this searching test to his or her life.  It is one thing, and a rather easy […]
April 29, 2021

Feast of St. Joseph the Worker – April 30

Help us to celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker on Friday, April 30th at 5 PM at Annunciation Church.  The Mass will be celebrated in Italian.  All parishioners are welcome to attend.
April 22, 2021

Letter from the Pastor – April 25, 2021

          I suppose there is no higher compliment that one could pay another person than to call him or her “my friend”. Wrapped up in that simple statement are all of the affection and respect, the trust and loyalty that makes life in this sometimes troubled world both possible and worthwhile. Isn’t it strange that we often take friendship for granted and treat it casually?           The truth is that no human relationship is all that it ought to be until it has been elevated to the level of friendship. We can […]