April 2, 2018

Confirmation – April 21

Confirmation Day is Saturday, April 21st at 10 am and 1 pm at Annunciation Church.  Congratulations to all of our Annunciation students and Religious Education students who are receiving their Confirmation today!
April 2, 2018

Annunciation School 75th Anniversary Gala – May 5

The Annunciation School’s 75th Anniversary Gala will be held on Saturday, May 5th from 6 – 11 pm at Mulino’s at Lake Isle in Eastchester!  We hope you will all join in the celebration of our school’s long history and exciting future!  Please click on the image below for more information and to RSVP online: Annunciation School’s 75th Anniversary Gala
April 2, 2018

Photos of the Cardinal’s Visit to Celebrate our School’s 75th Anniversary

  January 31, 2018 was a special day at our Parish. Cardinal Timothy Dolan helped the Annunciation School celebrate it’s 75th anniversary on Wednesday, January 31, with a special Mass celebration. AES students, faculty, parishioners and Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano were on hand for the ceremony. Cardinal Dolan’s visit to Annunciation coincided with National Catholic Schools Week. After Mass, the cardinal toured the school and met with students, faculty and parishioners at a reception in the gym.    
March 28, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – April 1, 2018

Today is Easter Sunday.  It is a day in which the message of Easter tells us:  Don’t give up; don’t quit; don’t throw in the towel.  This life is not all that there is.  Stay tuned.  There is much more to come. You and I need that message, probably more than we know.  I suspect that this is the  reason more people return to the Church on Easter than any other day of the year.  Somehow, we know that human life cannot find its total expression within the limits of time.  Everything here, everything around us and within us cries […]
March 27, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – March 25, 2018

Today is Palm Sunday, 2018.  This week started with Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and ended with his tragic death on Calvary.   In a sense, it is very strange that this week should be called holy.  As we walked through it, unfolding before our eyes was a scene of deception and dishonor, betrayal and denial, political expedience and religious corruption, all of which culminated in the greatest crime of history.  Judged by the scenery, this could easily be called Hell Week.  But the strength and courage of one man took those seven days of shame and transformed them into […]