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Entries for October 2017

PLEASE JOIN US FOR MASS AND REFRESHMENTS Susan Mirabella is retiring after serving our Parish faithfully for 22 years as Director of Religious Education. Sunday, November 19th 10:30 AM Mass Refreshments to follow in the St. Joseph Gym. All are welcome to celebrate Susan’s dedicated service to our Parish Family. Please...

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ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH INVITES YOU TO Give a Gift of Dinner by Sponsoring a Family FOR THANKSGIVING 2017 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 ...

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On Thanksgiving Day, we will be preparing and delivering complete hot dinners to homebound senior citizens. We are in need of donations of turkeys, mini loaves of bread, individual non-carbonated beverages, desserts, and cash to complete the meals. Donations may be dropped off at our home at 35 Maxwell Road, Garden City. Please ...

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Dear Neighbors and Parishioners, As the chair couple of this year’s Parish Party, we would like to invite you to join us on Friday, November 17th at the Garden City Hotel. We came to St. Joseph’s about seven years ago when we first moved to Garden City and four years ago became full-time parishioners. We have a four ...

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HOMES FOR OUR TROOPS UPDATE ON OUR PARISH LENTEN PROJECT 2016We are so pleased to inform you that the homebuilding project for Marine LCpl Matias Ferreira, which we supported as our 2016 Parish Lenten project, has begun!  We have been invited to attend the Community Kickoff event on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at SYJCC, Room 10 at 74 Haupp...

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Next weekend we will be conducting our monthly parish food drive to assist our neighbors in need in Hempstead and Roosevelt. Items most needed to replenish pantry shelves include cereal, macaroni & cheese, tuna, canned vegetables, rice, pasta, tomato sauce, peanut butter & jelly.Please pick up an item or two on your trip to the supermarke...

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Mass Schedule is as follows: Tuesday, October 31st Vigil Mass - 7:30 PM Wednesday, November 1st - 8:00 & 9:00 AM, 12:10 PM and 7:30 PM
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On Thursday, November 2nd the Church celebrates the Feast of All Souls, a day to remember those who have died and entered eternal life. In a special way, we will remember all those parishioners whose funeral liturgies were celebrated at St. Joseph’s during the past twelve months and there will also be an opportunity to remember thos...

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October 2017 Dear Friends, For many years the Parish of St. Joseph has proudly hosted their most important fundraising event with an annual Dinner Dance. We are delighted our event will be held at the Garden City Hotel on Friday evening, November 17, 2017. The proceeds from this party support the many programs and extensive activiti...

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Hear an extraordinary presentation Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium. “Catholic Considerations for End-of-Life Decision-Making” • Learn why health care proxies can be a positive and morally appropriate tool. • Find out about the current th...

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Friday, October 6th, the First Friday of October, is a day of prayer for peace and for the people of our parish. Masses for First Friday are at 8:00 & 9:00 AM & 12:10 PM. Confessions will be heard on Thursday, October 5th from 4 to 5 PM. Our Nocturnal Adoration Society invites all parishioners to visit the church anytime be...

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Please take home a baby bottle from the doors of the church, and for the next 3 weeks, fill them with your spare change. All collected coins will be given to the Life Center of Long Island – the award-winning maternity assistance organization that has been saving babies’ lives and helping mothers for more than 30 yea...

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