March 20, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – March 22, 2020

Many thousands of people, caught in the grasp of some personal tragedy, have said, or least thought: “If God will do so, He can cure me.”  When trouble comes and human solutions fail, most of us think of God.  And our first reaction is the same as that of many people – if God were so inclined, He could solve this problem and set things right. But we are well aware that most personal tragedies do not turn out with a happy ending.  I have known, and so have others, that many people prayed for a deliverance that never came.  […]
March 15, 2020

Parish Outreach

As we adapt to our changing world, we would like to reassure all our parishioners that we are available to help connect you to resources that you may need.  Although the Rectory office is now closed, we will be checking our e-mail regularly.  Please contact us at if you would like us to reach out to anyone you know who could use assistance – be it a trip to the grocery store, advice on seeking medical help, or just a supportive phone call – and we will do our best to connect you to others who can help.  The […]
March 12, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – March 15, 2020

          One of the marks of a learned person is that he knows he doesn’t know very much.  Isaac Newton was that kind of a person.  He was one of the major scientific minds of the last 300 years, and yet he once described himself as a small child on the sea shore, picking up a few pebbles, all the while surrounded by a vast ocean of the unknown.  Albert Einstein was like that, also.  In our modern world, his name is a symbol of genius; and yet he said, “The most beautiful thing we can […]
March 12, 2020

Annunciation School closed through end of June

Annunciation School will be closed through the end of the school year as directed by the Archdiocese of New York.   Please continue to visit for additional updates from the Archdiocese (follow the tabs for Catholic Schools and Covid-19 updates.)        
March 6, 2020

Rel Ed Newsletter – March