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This book includes scriptures for each week with reflections and questions regarding the scripture. Please fill out the form below and return to the Rectory as soon as possible. Contribution: $6.00 for each book Name:______________________________ Phone:______________________________ E-Mail:______________________________ ...

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Wednesday, October 31st 7:30 PM Vigil MassThursday, November 1st 8:00 & 9:00 AM 12:10 & 7:30 PM Masses
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FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2ND ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH 7:30 PM We will remember in a special way all those whose funeral liturgies were celebrated here during the past twelve months. We will also remember those whose names we carry in our hearts. Please join us Light refreshments will follow in the St. Agnes Room.

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November 3/4th Bishop Barres has authorized a special second collection to assist those impacted by some of the most recent natural disasters. The monies collected will be used to support the efforts of Catholic Charities USA and/or Catholic Relief Services, the official relief agencies of the US Catholic Church, as they and their loca...

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The month of October is the month for Liturgical Ministry Training. A concrete way to share your gifts with your parish is as a Lector or Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist. Diocesan training and parish instruction will be provided for those interested in these ministries. Please contact Deacon Jack at 516-741-5632 or stjoefamily3...

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Dear Friends: As the final months of the 2018 Catholic Ministries Appeal are upon us, I ask you to prayerfully consider making a gift to this year’s Appeal. While more than 30,000 of our parishioners in all parishes across the Diocese have generously responded to the call to be the Hands of Christ’s Mercy with their gift, t...

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ADULT CHOIRWhile musical training and experience are helpful, the desire to sing is paramount. Rehearsals are usually Thursday evenings from 8:00 to 9:30 PM, with a short warm up period on Sunday mornings before the 10:30 AM Mass. There are many of you out there with great voices and we need you! Please consider joining us. For more i...

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We once again have the opportunity to help so many less fortunate families with our generous Thanksgiving dinners. The Sponsor a Family program serves many families in two neighboring parishes, Our Lady of Loretto in Hempstead and Queen of the Most Holy Rosary in Roosevelt. We are asking for dinners for families of four, six or eight p...

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSESponsored by the Knights of Columbus SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27TH 9:30 AM TO 3:30 PM St. Agnes Room Please fill our the form and enclose your check for $45.00 per person Payable to the Knights of Columbus #15809 and mail or drop off at the Church Rectory For Registration and Additional Inform...

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St. Joseph parishioners will gather in prayer beginning September 28, 2018 and continuing on October 5, 12, 19, 26, and November 2 Fridays - One-Hour Prayer Vigils 11 a.m. to Noon at Planned Parenthood 540 Fulton Avenue in Hempstead

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Save the Date!!! Parish Dinner Dance ~ Friday, November 16th Garden City Hotel  "Giving Witness to His Real Presence" Cocktails, Dinner, and Dancing  Featuring the Band Skyline If you would ike to help out, please call the Rectory 747-3535 or Peggy York 526-1344   Please click on attachment for J...

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Are you aware that the Diocese of Rockville Centre requires all volunteers (18 years or older) to attend the Virtus class? CYO Coaches, Religious Education, Catechists, Cantors, Ushers, Parish Volunteers are all required to complete the Virtus training course, if they have not yet done so.You MUST register online by visiting www.Virtus.or...

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It’s Official: St. Joseph’s is going to Oberammergau for Passion Play 2020 Our parish Pilgrimage to the Holy Land 2019, is well underway. We have met our required number of pilgrims, so we are definitely going to visit the shrines in the land where Jesus walked. (There are only four seats remaining for those who still wis...

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FAITH & FOOTBALL MULCAHY’S PUB & CONCERT HALL Wantagh, New York 7 PM Doors Open—8:30 PM Game Watch & Social SEPTEMBER 6TH Are you happy? OCTOBER 4TH Is God Listening? NOVEMBER 1ST “Freedom in forgiveness” DECEMBER 3RD “Onslaught of Evil: Preparing for Spiritual Warfare” ...

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DEEPENING YOUR EXPERIENCE OF GOD A silent, wordless prayer coming out of the Christian Contemplative Tradition. You do not need to have any experience, simply the desire to rest in god’s presence. “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10) JOIN US FOR A WEEKLY PRAYER EXPERIENCE Date: Tuesdays ~ starting Oc...

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Happy Mother’s Day! As we join together to celebrate the wonderful Moms in our lives, let’s also take time to remember and pray for all the thousands of Moms who worry about how they are going to put food on the table for their children this week. More than 35% of the 300,000 people on Long Island who receive emergency fo...

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We shared with our parishioners two weeks ago a summary of the work accomplished through the generous support of our parishioners in the Capital Campaign. We reiterate that sincere Thank you! We also introduced the new work that has begun on the exterior of the south wall of the nave, with pictures of examples of the damage. A little b...

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ARE YOU SOMEONE OR DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO... Has expressed interest in becoming a Catholic? Has a child over the age of seven who has not been baptized? Was baptized Catholic as a child, but has not celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation and Eucharist? We offer an opportunity to come together in a small group to learn mo...

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If you or a member of your family would like a Eucharistic Minister to bring Communion to the home, please call Anna Maria Sirianni (747-7120) and arrangements will be made.