November 4, 2016

Letter From the Pastor – November 6th

Last week I wrote to you that it is certainly appropriate for we Catholics to vote as Catholics.  But this still leaves a number of difficult questions for us to consider.  It is one thing to say that we will let the principles of our Christian faith be our guide.  It is quite another thing to apply those principles to real political choices now. Simply stated, the Gospel of Jesus is universal. Its principles apply equally to all people, in all places, at all times, in all cultures and under all forms of government.  The Gospel holds true in    tribal […]
November 4, 2016

Weekly Bulletin – Sunday 11/6

November 4, 2016

Handicap Mass and Luncheon – Saturday 11/5

This wonderful event has become a tradition at our parish.   Volunteer are needed to cook and work at the event, which is held in the Annunciation Gym from 10AM-3PM.  Please call Diana Vezza with any quesitons 914-536-1730.
October 31, 2016

Ladies’ Guild Yoga Night, November 4th

All are welcome for an evening of Yoga on Friday, November 4th at 7 p.m. in the Gym.
October 28, 2016

Letter From the Pastor – October 30, 2016

As election day draws near, I once again reprint this article I wrote some time ago.  Please think seriously about what it is placing for your consideration. Today I raise an important question: Is it proper for a Christian to vote precisely as a Christian?  That is, to make political choices based primarily on Christian values and principles? I would answer yes. Emphatically Yes!! We, Catholics, have let the secular society in which we live give us a kind of inferiority    complex. We, too often, speak and act as if the biblical understanding of man and woman and  human […]