Join us for Movie Night on Saturday, August 27th at at dusk on the lawn of the parish grounds to view The Letters in anticipation of Blessed Mother Teresa's canonization. The Letters is an inspiring portrayal of the life of Blessed Mother Teresa of Kolkata. The title of the film refers to the private letters she wrote to her spiritual advisors, published under the title Come Be My Light: The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta. The movie is PG and runs for 1 hour, :59 mins. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket or refreshments. Admission is free. In the event of bad weather, the movie will be shown indoors in room 101 of the parish center. For further information, contact Jeanine Morelli at (631) 246-9630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Alpha? Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.
Alpha is designed for individuals who do not go to church. However, it also provides a fresh opportunity for EVERYONE to look at the basics of the Christian faith and deepen that faith. It has benefited:
If you would like to be a participant, call Veronica Groth at (631) 327-5395 or Barbara Jaeckel at (516) 313-4029. For more information visit the official Alpha website.
It’s in the mail!
The Spring/Summer issue of “Thoughts Along the Way/Pensamientos en el camino” was mailed on July 18, 2016 to all current subscribers. We thank all of you for your support of this publication; your subscription fees help offset the cost of producing a quality magazine for your enjoyment.
If you haven’t yet subscribed, please stop by the rectory office during regular business hours; we printed a few extra copies of the Spring/Summer issue so you can start enjoying “Thoughts” right away – get yours while they last!
Every year through the support and commitment of individuals and organizations, Catholic Ministries are able to serve more than 600,000 people in our Long Island community. The Catholic Ministries Appeal enables our Church to continue to form our youth and adults in the faith, promote the dignity of life, provide quality education to our young people, feed the hungry, and foster vocations to the priesthood. Your generosity helps to make all of this, and so much more, possible! For more information and to make a donation please visit the Catholic Ministries Donation Web Page.