1 Roman Catholic Church of Saint Aidan 505 Willis Avenue, Williston Park, New York (Fax) First Sunday of Lent March 9, 2014 Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned! The Pastoral Staff Rev. Msgr. James M. McDonald, Pastor - ext Rev. Kevin Dillon, Associate Pastor - ext Rev. Michael Edathil, Associate Pastor - ext Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Kirwin, Pastor Emeritus Rev. Damian Halligan, SJ In Residence Deacon Salvatore B. Villani - ext Deacon Francis J. Love - ext Deacon Joseph Connelly - ext Deacon Rudy Martin - ext Mr. Drago Bubalo, DMA (cand). Music Director ext address The Salvation of Souls is the Supreme Law Mission Statement We, the parish family of the Church of Saint Aidan, strengthened by the Eucharist and encouraged by the Word of God, welcome all, for we recognize that everyone is a child of God and no one should be excluded. Guided by the Holy Spirit through prayer, we strive as one to build the Body of Christ. We commit ourselves to nurturing life-long faith formation, fostering lay leadership, promoting social justice, engaging our youth in every aspect of parish life, and offering care and compassionate service to all. We invite everyone to walk with Jesus and experience His healing power and love. St. Aidan School (Grades Nursery-3. ext. 9202, 9203) (Grades 4-8, ext. 9302, 9303) Ms. Eileen P. Oliver, Principal Ms. Jo-Anne Rowan, Assistant Principal Faith Formation and Spirituality - ext. 9404, 9405 Mr. James F. Corrigan, Director of Faith Formation ext Mrs. Elaine Smith, Director of Special Needs ext Parish Social Ministry - ext Mrs. Rosemarie Cavallaro, Director - ext Youth Ministry Mr. Stephen Loewenthal, Coordinator - ext Pastoral Council - ext Members: Toti Conforti, Cathy Frischmann, Brendan Hickey, Larry McGovern, Bonnie Parente, Erin Flynn, Mary Ellen Testa and Suellen Peterson Buildings & Grounds Department ext Liturgy of the Eucharist Saturday Evening: 5:00 PM and 7:30 PM Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, *10:30 AM, 12:00 PM & 5:00 PM *Liturgy of the Word for Children Daily: 6:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 12:15 & 5:30 PM Monday thru Friday Morning Prayer 8:40 AM Monday thru Saturday Baptism Baptism of Children: Each month on the 1st Sunday and 3rd Sunday at 1:30 PM ceremony. Required: Parents class on the 2nd Sunday of each month beginning with the 12:00 Mass. For baptismal information, contact the Rectory office ext Tuesday-Friday between the hours of 10:00 AM-3:00 PM. Penance/Reconciliation The Sacrament of Penance is celebrated every Saturday from 12:30-1:30 PM and 4:00-5:00 PM in our church or by appointment. Marriage Arrangements are to be made at the Rectory office at least 9 months in advance. Pre-Cana and FOCCUS registrations must be arranged through the parish. Anointing of the Sick & Communion of the Sick The anointing of the sick takes place after the 12:00 PM Mass on the 4th Sunday of each month. Anyone who is homebound may receive Holy Communion at home on a regular basis. Eucharistic ministers assist the priests in this ministry. Please call the rectory - ext Adoration First and third Fridays of the month 12:45-3:00 PM in the Church. 12:30-1:30 PM on Saturdays in the church.
2 FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT MASSES AND SERVICES FOR THE WEEK MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2014 Lenten Weekday Lv 19: 1-2, 11-18; Mt 25: :30 AM Eileen Ebel 9:00 AM Ellen Collins 10:00 AM Funeral Mass-Mauro Amendolara 12:15 PM Eileen Ebel 5:30 PM Joseph Altilio TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2014 Lenten Weekday Is 55: 10-11; Mt 6: :30 AM Kevin Leary (Anniversary Rem.) 9:00 AM Joseph Fazzalaro 12:15 PM Vernon Grinsell (3rd Anniversary Rem.) 5:30 PM Sophie & Robert Hoffman WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2014 Lenten Weekday Jon 3: 1-10; Lk 11: :30 AM Barbara Ebel 9:00 AM Lv. Ints. of Katherine Reardon & Family 12:15 PM Barbara Ebel 5:30 PM Bernhardt Sturm THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014 Lenten Weekday Est C: 12, 14-16, 23-25; Mt 7: :30 AM Hannan Molloy 9:00 AM Jack Barneo 12:15 PM Gerard McCavera 5:30 PM Linda Bradley (14th Anniversary Rem.) FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014 Lenten Weekday Ez 18: 21-28; Mt 5: :30 AM George & Sally Piltz (75th Wedding Anniversary Rem.) 9:00 AM Cait Beggan 12:15 PM Catherine Peterson (Birthday Rem.) 5:30 PM Thomas Hand (Birthday Rem.) 7:30 PM Stations of the Cross SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2014 Lenten Weekday Dt 26: 16-19; Mt 5: :00 AM Mare & Kuzma Milohnic (Birthday Rem.) 12:30-1:30 PM Confession & Eucharistic Adoration 3:00 PM Danielle Dobranski/Kyle MacCortney Nuptial Mass 4:00-5:00 PM Confession 5:00 PM James Tolsdorf (22nd Anniversary Rem.) Lv. & Dcd. Mbrs. of the Cegelski Family Louise D Aversa 7:30 PM Stephen Rounds (1st Anniversary Rem.) SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014 Second Sunday of Lent Gn 12: 1-4a; 2 Tm 1: 8b-10; Mt 17: 1-9 7:30 AM Lv. & Dcd. Mbrs. of Woska & Fallon Families 9:00 AM Parishioners of St. Aidan MASSES AND SERVICES FOR THE WEEK (continued) 10:30 AM Susan Stumpf Martinez (Birthday Rem.) 12:00 PM Allen & Minas Silit Robert Kolsch (Birthday Rem.) Vito & Paul Patrick Dondiego and DeVito & Dondiego Families 3:30 PM Memorial Mass-Lina Morizio 5:00 PM Richard Donovan (1st Anniversary Rem.) SICK: DECEASED: BANNS OF MARRIAGE SECOND WEEK Melissa Miciotta, St. Edmund, Brooklyn, NY Nicholas Gismondi, St. Helen, Westfield, NJ Rosaly Conde, St. Aidan Kevin Short, St. Camillus, Rockaway, NY THIRD WEEK Danielle Dobranski, St. Aidan Kyle MacCourtney, Assumption, New York City, NY PRAYER GROUP The United Hearts of Jesus and Mary Prayer Group meets on the last Friday of each month at 7:30 PM in the Upper School Cafeteria. The next meeting will be held on Friday, March 28th at 7:30 PM. Our evening will include Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Mass, Prayer of Forgiveness. Music by Al Barbarino. Any questions please call Tecky (516) or Angela (516) PLEASE PRAY Barbara Ueland, Christine Schifaudo, Christine Lucivero, Cecilia Han, Geraldo Peixoto, Kimberly Holmes, Father Brian Dalton, Stacy Test, Owen Hogan, Msgr. Robert Kirwin, Roseann Mushorn, Carol Hayes, Lino Bordi, John Moran, William Keeley Peggy Mazza, Mary T. Sullivan, Jennie Missewicz, David J. Downes, Porzia Perillo, Virtrudes Samson and for all those who have died serving country.
3 March 9, 2014 ARE YOU REALLY MARRIED? If you ve ever watched Bridezilla (I have) you realize that a lot of people have some interesting ideas for weddings. There are destination weddings, theme weddings and very few inexpensive weddings. One of the things that is happening in the Diocese of Rockville Centre (and many other places) is that the number of church weddings is decreasing. I must say at St. Aidan s we had over sixty weddings last year. Nevertheless, even here we are beginning to see a moderate decrease. I m not really sure of all the reasons for this phenomenon, but I can guess at some. Any number of couples is being advised to have their total wedding (ceremony and reception) in a catering hall or as it is called today the venue. Other couples simply don t realize that marriage is a sacrament and feel as long as they are married in such a way that the union is recognized by the State, everything is ok. In their minds, marriage is marriage. The Wedding and Celebration section of the New York Times tells us that people are getting married by individuals who become ministers simply for the purpose of performing a specific marriage. It is not unknown that a couple may choose to be married by a very close friend who receives authority even from the State for the occasion. Some brides and grooms have suffered a loss of faith and just choose to be married outside the Catholic Church. They figure that since they don t attend Mass or receive the sacraments, why should they bother to marry in a Catholic ceremony. Others, of course, have the problem of a previous marriage on the part of one or both and are hesitant even to speak with a priest about the possibility of annulment. You will observe that I write about this subject frequently because I know that many Catholics are not married validly and many are considering whether or not to marry in the Catholic Church. I ask all who have any questions about marriage celebrations, annulments and related questions to please visit and we can chat about it. The priest only wants to help you and do the best he can for you. It is unfortunate that some people will call on the phone, but will not take the time to come by and talk. Marriage is far too important for a simple telephone conversation.
4 Finally, every pastor knows that there are all sorts of people who are invalidly married (not married in a way recognized by the Catholic Church) and can be easily married without any great fuss. In addition parishes are filled today with people who have annulment issues. I urge you to come by and I will try my best to help you. If you cannot afford the modest cost associated with annulment, do not let that stop you. We will take care of it. If this letter does not apply to you, please give it to someone in your family, office or school who will be helped by it. You will be doing the work of Christ who wills that couples receive the grace of the Sacrament of Marriage. In Jesus and Mary, Monsignor James M. McDonald What temptations lure us from the path of discipleship? Possessions? Pride? Power? Oh Lord, create for us a clean heart and renew a steadfast spirit within us. STEWARDSHIP COLLECTION 03/03/13 $31,540 03/02/14 $29,140 (-7.61%) This weekend s second collection is for the Church in Need Thank you for your kind and generous support of our parish! 2014 CATHOLIC MINISTRIES APPEAL Serving God By Serving Others CHURCH OF ST. AIDAN 2014 GOAL: $174,200 PLEDGED: $ 62,362 # OF GIFTS: 291 Please remember that our parish receives a refund if we make our goal again this year.
6 WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR LENT? SOME SUGGESTIONS COME TO THE LENTEN MISSION The parish Lenten Mission will be held March 30th-April 1st. The mission will be given by Bishop Emil Wcela. The theme of the mission is Imagining the Unimaginable: Artists and Poets Help Us Experience God. More details will follow shortly. LIGHTHOUSE CATHOLIC MEDIA Listen to some inspirational CD s in the kiosks in the church. CONFESSION Every Saturday from 12:30-1:30 PM and from 4:00-5:00 PM. More opportunities for Confession will be available as we get closer to Easter. Daily confession is available by calling the Rectory office at (516) x9101 to assure that a priest is available. COME TO A PRAYER GROUP -The Joy of the Lord Prayer Group meets Monday evenings, 7:30 8:30 PM in the convent (main entrance off Pembroke Street). -The Marian Prayer Group meets Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:00 PM in the Sts. Peter & Paul Room in Finamore Parish Center. -The United Hearts of Jesus and Mary Prayer Group meets the last Friday of the month in the upper school Cafeteria from 7:00-10:00 PM. -The Men s Prayer Group meets every Wednesday after the 9:00 AM Mass in the Sts. Peter & Paul Room in Finamore Parish Center. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Come and sit awhile with Jesus at Eucharistic Adoration on the first and third Fridays of the month from 12:45 3:00 PM and every Saturday from 12:30-1:30 PM. STATIONS OF THE CROSS There will be Stations of the Cross every Friday at 7:30 PM in the church during Lent beginning March 7th. Come and spend some time with Jesus this Lenten season. READ THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK Pick up a copy of the Little Black Book. It will provide wonderful daily inspiration. PRAY THE ROSARY DAILY AND ATTEND DAILY MASS Take the time to say the rosary each day and if possible attend daily Mass. There are 4 Masses every weekday.
7 CHURCH OF SAINT AIDAN Williston Park, NY Spiritual Bouquet This Spiritual Bouquet is offered up for those members of our beloved Military Service who are putting their lives at risk in the struggle to eliminate terrorism from the world. I hereby pledge that I shall: Pray the Rosary Attend Mass Receive Holy Communion Do Corporal Works of Mercy Make the Stations of the Cross Make a Novena times times times times times times Signed Sponsored by: The Holy Name Society Representatives of the Holy Name Society will be speaking at all mass and collecting pledges on Saturday, March 15th and Sunday, March 16th.
8 ST. AIDAN ROSARY ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING DATE CHANGED The Rosarians General meeting HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED to Monday, March 10th at 7:30 PM in Msgr. Kirwin Hall. The Topic this month is "Who is The Venerable Father Vincent Gallo?" Our Guest Speakers are relatives of Father Gallo, a diocesan Priest ( ) Bill and Michael Gallo who will share their personal story of the modern process by which a person may be declared a saint of the Catholic Church. All are invited. CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAS COURT ST. AIDAN #1577 The next CDA Court St. Aidan meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 11th at 7:30 PM in Msgr. Kirwin Hall. All members are invited for a fun evening when we will hold our Chinese auction which will begin immediately after our meeting. GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION This spring, couples that have been married fifty years or more will be honored at liturgies on Sunday, May 18th at the Church of St. Lawrence in Sayville and on Sunday, May 5th at the Church of Maria Regina in Seaford. Both liturgies will begin at 2:30 PM. Couples may register for ONE liturgy. Registration forms and complete instructions can be obtained at the Rectory office. Registration must be received by April 10th for the May 5th liturgy and April 20th for the May 18th liturgy. There will be additional celebrations in the fall for those who may find that more convenient. If you have any questions please call (516) x207. TOMORROW S HOPE FOUNDATION Tomorrow s Hope Foundation provides financial assistance to families who are interested in Catholic Elementary Education. Financial Aid Scholarship applications are available by going to the St. Aidan School website at then go to the Tomorrow s Hope Financial Aid link and download an application. For information please call Miss Eileen Oliver, Principal of St. Aidan School at (516) x9202 or Applications must be post marked by April 18, HISTORY OF INISFADA BOOK Father Damian Halligan has published a pictorial essay on the History of Inisfada (St. Ignatius Retreat House). If you would like to purchase a copy it is on sale for $20.00 in the Rectory office. Cash and checks accepted (make checks payable to NY Province of the Society of Jesus).
9 NOTE DATE CHANGE mmonday, MARCH 10TH
10 Upcoming events: PRESERVING RELIGIOUS LIBERTY FOR ALL The next meeting of Catholics for Freedom of Religion will be held March 24 th at 7:30 PM in Msgr. Kirwin Hall. The 2 nd annual Religious Freedom Rally is scheduled for June 28th. PLEASE continue contact your NYS Senators asking that they vote against the Abortion -expansion Bill that the NYS Assembly just passed. This bill allows for abortion on demand into the 9 th month of pregnancy and takes away the right of conscious objection from doctors, nurses and Catholic Hospitals who will lose their licenses for refusing to preform them. This Bill also allows non-physicians to perform abortions. PRAY that this Bill be once again defeated as it was in Let our voices be heard in THE SCHECHTER SCHOOL OF LONG ISLAND BLOOD DRIVE On Wednesday, March 12th, The Schechter School of Long Island will be holding the second of three blood drives. Donating blood is very important and every donor can save up to three lives. The drive will be held from 8:45 AM until 2:45 PM at The Schechter School on Cross Street in Williston Park. Interested parties should contact Max Hirsch, President of the Student Body or the Director of Student Life, Mike Hirsch SUNDAY, MARCH 30TH, 10:30 AM MASS BRUNCH AT THE LUCKY DUCK RESTAURANT Cost is $30.00 each. Reservations must be in by March 22nd. Please call Adele Lamere at (631) or send to 83 Genevieve Court, Amityville, NY Juniors if you have any donations for the brunch please bring them to the meeting on Sunday, March 16th at 1:00 PM in the Convent.
12 LIGHTHOUSE CATHOLIC MEDIA This year s Lent can be different if we decided to focus our mind less on words like Sacrifice and more on Joy or Grace. If we think that Lent is not something to be endured, but rather is a time of grace and spiritual growth, if we imagine that God will transform our lives with greater joy, and share in His love and service. Ash Wednesday was the start of something wonderful about to happen. We can think of it as a Yearly Second Chance, six weeks to return to God if we have wandered from His path. Let s find time in the day for Lent, invite family members to share with you in your efforts and support one another, reminding them that each step brings us closer to our loving God. Start each day with prayer; make an effort for the whole family to pray together before everyone leaves for their own activities. We can make sure our home has reminders of this holy season, to help raise our minds; our world is so full of images pointing away from God! Place a crucifix in a central place during Lent, light a candle at each meal, encourage your children to start meaningful Lenten practices of their own, write a note to a friend, visit a lonely person, pray for people who you know needs prayers, give thanks to God for the many blessings bestowed on us. Take time to write a note to people who have had an impact in your life in some way: a teacher, a family member, a priest who brought you closer to Christ, to tell them how much it meant to you. All these embody the idea of Lent: prayer, (pray for specific person each day); fasting (fasting for negative thoughts); almsgiving (sending thanksgiving notes is such a gift to give). If we do these things, God s desire for our hearts and our desire for union with God, will meet and Lent will not be a burden but a blessing. I also recommend the CDs we have in our kiosks. We have many tittles about Lent and Holy Week. The Passion of Christ in Light of the Holy Shroud of Turin by Father Peffley, presents detailed scientific and medical evidence for the authenticity of the Holy Shroud, bringing greater clarity to the depth of the agony of our Lord s Passion. Glimpses along the Way of the Cross by Msgr. Shea, teaches us how to open our hearts to the suffering and loneliness of Jesus. Listen to these and others and then give them away, you will give the meaning of Lent to people who would not know otherwise! Have a meaningful and blessed Lent. Toti Conforti
13 Join Us for the First Annual Saint Aidan Community Service Project We are blessed to have a giving and prosperous parish. All in the Saint Aidan Community are invited to enjoy a delicious pasta dinner on Wednesday, March 19th in the upper school cafeteria from 6:00-8:00 PM. There is a minimum donation of $10 per family with a non-perishable food item for the parish food pantry. All donations will go to St. Anne RC Church in Brentwood. Seating is limited so please send your reservations in early. There will be no walk-ins that evening. Please return the attached form with your check made out to St. Aidan School to Kathy Behette 493 Pennsylvania Ave, Williston Park, NY or through school in an envelope labeled Spaghetti Dinner. FAMILY SPAGHETTI DINNER Family Name Number of Guests Donation Amount $
14 St. Aidan s Bethany Retreat Hidden Treasures Focus: We will focus on the treasures the Lord has for us in his parables. Listen to his words and increase your heart s desire to do his will and find that precious treasure, The Pearl- Jesus Himself. This is a time of spiritual refreshment. St. Aidan s Bethany is a place to rest and pray as Jesus did in Bethany at the home of Lazarus. Come together with your fellow parishioners meeting new people in your parish and hearing their stories & how their faith has sustained them through their life.. Where will it take place? The place is the convent, on Friday evening, after which you will return to your own homes. You will meet again on Saturday morning. We will end at the 5 PM Mass and then share a meal together. Friday Evening, March 28th at 7:30 PM & Saturday, March 29th at 8:30 AM. Doors will open at & 7:00 PM. We will start promptly at 7:30 PM. Cost: $20.00 per person (Includes Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner on Saturday) Meals are for Retreat Participants only! Space is limited to 50, please register early! Name Address Telephone Amount Enclosed I Will Will not be having dinner with the group. If you are paying for friends, please list all names & phone numbers attending on the back. Return to St. Aidan s Rectory. There will be no reservations or payments at the door. Please mark the envelope, Bethany Retreat Any questions, call (516) x9581
15 THE KNIGHT S CORNER (Providing information from the Knights of Columbus) ARE YOU READY TO JOIN? Corpus Christi Council # 2502 serves both St Aidan and Corpus Christi Parishes. Membership in the Knights is open to all Catholic Men at least 18 years of age. For information call (516) or contact Jim Corrigan at the Religious Education office (516) x9401. SAVE THE DATE APRIL 6 th Corpus Christi Council members and families will participate in the 11:30 AM Mass at Corpus Christi Church. Following Mass we will join together for a brunch at the Council Hall and honor Past Grand Knight Bill Mara as our Knight of the Year. For further information call Jim at (516) DID YOU KNOW As a fraternal organization of Catholic men, the Knights of Columbus has strong ties to the Church. At all levels, from the local councils to the Supreme Council, the organization has the volunteer power, communication abilities and organization to help strengthen the Church while offering members to grow in the faith. Through the sponsoring of Church-related activities the members of the Knights of Columbus continue to show that they are the strong right arm of the Church. HALL RENTAL Big parties or small, the Corpus Christi Council Hall is available for rental. For information call Tom at (516) Please Join CADETTE Girl Scout Troop 1806 In Our SHOW YOU CARE AND DONATE YOUR HAIR Service Project on April 6 th, :00 AM to 6:00 PM 537 Westbury Avenue Carle Place, NY Girls ages 5-18 are invited to donate their ponytails which will be made into wigs for patients with cancer through the Pantene Beautiful Lengths program.get a new hair style for spring from a fabulous salon and help those who need it most!ponytails must be at least 8 inches long to donate. Ten dollar donations are most appreciated to cover some of the costs associated with this act of kindness. Studio Novelle is donating their time and facilities to support this project! Please schedule your donation with them directly at (516) ST. AIDAN S PASTORAL COUNCIL SUGGESTIONS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH During this solemn season of Lent we are called to draw closer to Christ and focus on His love for us. We can do this effectively by reflecting on some of our ways: Give all who I am back to Him who gave all for me. Give all that I am to those for whom Jesus suffered and died. Guide your children, grand-children, spiritually, setting examples of prayer, almsgiving, fasting. Forgive, let go, move on from all resentment and anger. Support our priests and religious; assist them with prayer, so they can guide the people effectively. Live the Eucharist in a spirit of faith and prayer, Christ will fill us with His Grace, fulfilling all that He has promised. or call (516) x9592. St. Aidan s Pastoral Council tries to be responsive to the needs of our parish.
16 PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY Love caritas is an extraordinary force which leads people to opt for courageous and generous engagement in the field of justice and peace. It is a force that has its origin in God, Eternal Love and Absolute Truth. Encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI, June 29, PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY BAGS OF CLOTHING ON THE BACK STEPS OF THE PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY OFFICE! IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE ITEMS, PLEASE CONTACT THE PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY OF- FICE! FOOD PANTRY: Thank you to all those who participated in our monthly food drive held last weekend. Please bring your donations of non-perishable food and personal hygiene items to back of Church or the Parish Social Ministry Office. THE ITEMS OF THE WEEK ARE: pull-ups and baby wipes. We are also in need of metro cards which we use for our families through out the year. PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY Our Prayer Shawl Ministry meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 9:45 AM in the Peter and Paul Room of the Finamore Center to knit or crochet prayer shawls or lap blankets for our sick and homebound parishioners. New members are always welcome. You need not know how to knit or crochet. We have talented parishioners who can teach you. The next meeting will take place on Monday, March 10 th. If you or someone you know would like to have one of these shawls or blankets, please contact our office. If you have any questions, please call Parish Social Ministry (516) X The Parish Social Ministry office is open Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM 3:00 PM. Please use the Finamore Parish Center entrance.
17 Saint Aidan Dance Academy Spring 2014 Program Info -$95 (Includes 7 one-hour dance classes, t-shirt and recital) -Each additional class style of dance is $60. -Sibling Rate: $10 off the second child. -Contact Stefanie at with any additional questions. Class Schedule Monday: 5:30-6:30 Nursery, Pre-K, K Ballet 6:45-7:45 4 th -8 th Jazz/Hip Hop Saturday: 8:30-9:30 Nursery, Pre-K, K Tap 9:30-10:30 Nursery, Pre-K, K Jazz 10:30-11:30 1 st -3 rd Cheer/Kickline 11:30-12:30 1 st -3 rd Jazz/Hip Hop 12:30-1:30 4 th -8 th Lyrical/Ballet Saturday classes begin on 3/29 Monday classes begin on 3/31 Recital will be on 5/31 Please send in your completed registration form with your payment (checks made payable to the Church of St. Aidan) to the Rectory in an envelope labeled Saint Aidan Dance Academy, Attn: Stefanie Loewenthal. Registration Form PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY. Child s Name: Age: Grade: Date of Birth: School: Home Address: City: Zip Code: Home Phone: Cell Phone: Address: Emergency Contact Name: Relationship to Child: Phone Number: Class(es) Your Child Will Be Taking: Class Grade Level Day: Time: *If you need additional space for more than one class, please attach an extra sheet. Physical limitations: Allergies: Parent/Guardian Signature X Todays Date:
18 March 23rd Meeting 6:00-7:30 PM March 30th-Luigi s/chill n Night 6:00-7:30 PM April 13th-Palm Sunday-Prayer Service & Meeting 6:00-7:30 PM April 18th-Stations of the Cross in the Streets April 20th-No Meeting-Happy Easter! May 4th-Rockclimbing Trip to Island Rock May 18th-Ronald McDonald House Volunteering June 1st-Meeting/End of Year Party-bring snacks! 6:00-7:30 PM Volunteering Opportunities for the Summer: Vacation Bible School, Dance Academy, Art School. See Stefanie or Steve if you are interested in volunteering! *White Water Rafting trip will be held in July. Details to follow. March 16th 1:00-2:00 PM Convent Meeting (Please bring your money and raffles for the Mother/Daughter Brunch on March 30th.) March 30th 9:00-10:00 AM Church Mass 12:00-3:00 PM Lucky Duck Mother/Daughter Brunch April 6th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Finamore Parish Center Birth Right/Mommas House Drive April 6th There will be a meeting from 12:00-1:00 PM n the St. Francis Room in Finamore Parish Center April 17th 1;00-3:00 PM Parker Institute Egg Dying 1:00-2:00 PM Convent Meeting May 4th 9:00 AM-12:30 PM St. Francis Garden Bake & Plant Sale 12:30-2:00 PM Convent Meeting & Elections June 10th 7:00-8:00 PM Church Installation Mass 8:00-9:30 PM Kirwin Hall Meeting Annual dues are $15.00, $16.50 for new members. For information please call Adele Lamere at (631)
19 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION ATTENTION ALL VOLUNTEERS: Are you aware that the Diocese of Rockville Centre requires ANYONE IN ANY MINISTRY TO BE VIRTUS TRAINED AND HAVE A BACKGROUND CHECK. A ministry covers Catechists to CYO Coaches, Ushers to Liturgical Ministers, and all parish organization members. Check the Virtus Training schedule and register online for a class being offered by several local parishes at ATTENTION ALL 2 ND GRADE PARENTS AND STUDENTS All 2 nd Grade students in the parish are invited to attend a Class Mass that will be celebrated on Sunday, March 16 th at the 10:30 AM liturgy. Following the Mass, a reception for all 2 nd Grade students and their families will be held in Msgr. Kirwin Hall. AIDES WANTED SPECIAL NEEDS PROGRAM We are in need of high school students to work as aides assisting catechists and children with special needs. We will provide training and guidance. To volunteer or to receive further information please contact Mrs. Elaine Smith, Director of Special Needs at (516) x9406. OFFICE HOURS The Religious Education office (Upper School, Room 301) is open from 10:00 AM 4:00 PM Monday to Friday. For information call (516) x9404.
20 RELIGION AND ROCK-Tune into Religion and Rock with Msgr. Jim Vlaun on Sunday from 7:00-8:00 AM on WBAB FM or 95.3 on the East End of Long Island. Listen on Saturdays at 11:00 PM on Sirius Radio Channel 159, the Catholic Channel and at 11:00 PM on XM Satellite Channel 117. You can visit us anytime to listen or download a show at or Religion & Rock on Tunes. For more information about our television shows go to or, for more information, please call (516) MINEOLA GOLDEN AGE CLUB-Branson Show Extravaganza June 21st-29th (9 days and 8 nights) motor coach transportation, 8 nights lodging including 4 consecutive nights in Branson. 14 meals, 8 breakfasts and 6 dinners. Admission to 7 fabulous Branson shows including three morning shows, New Jersey Nights Show, George Dyer Show and Dublin s Irish Tenors with special guests The Celtic Ladies. Three evening shows: The Haygoods Show, The Dutton Family Show and the IT Show, The Showboat Branson Belle and much more. Cost is $740 per person, double occupancy. Departure from Mineola, NY at 8:00 AM. For information and reservations please call Jane Valla (516) or Betty at (516) ST. MARY S CHURCH, Manhasset, NY-Religious Articles Gift Shop-There are many beautiful gift items as well as Novena and Saint Devotion Booklets, Rosary, Religious Jewelry, Figurines, Cards, Bibles, Sacramental occasions, and much more. The Gift Shop runs entirely volunteer and all proceeds go to our Parish Social Ministry. LONG ISLAND MEN S CONFERENCE For God and Country -Join over 600 proud Catholic American men of the diocese on Saturday, March 29th, registration 7:00 AM, conference starts 8:00 AM at Holy Trinity HS for an amazing day that will inspire you to live everyday as a Catholic Patriot. There will be speakers, opportunities for Adoration, Confession and fellowship. Bishop William Murphy will be celebrating a morning Mass. Food and beverages will be available for purchase or bring your own lunch. You can register online by going to: WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS, DIVORCED AND SINGLE CATHOLICS OF LONG ISLAND-New member orientation will be held Tuesday, March 25th at 8:00 PM at St. Frances de Chantal School, 1309 Wantagh Avenue, Wantagh. Please bring proof of single status to join. Refreshments after meeting. For information please call Carol (516) or Eileen (516) HOMECOMING FARM, A Sponsored Ministry of the Sisters of St. Dominic in Amityville-All are invited to the Spring Awakening: Petroleum, Poetry and Peace: The Exploration of Ecological Hope, Economic Justice, and a Sense of Place. Through the prism of Poetry, Spirituality and a Sense of Place, we will explore our relationship with the Earth, while facing the crises of climate change, fracking and the scarcity of resources. Margie Swedish will share her reflections on her pilgrimage to the Alberta Tar Sands, as we embrace messages of hope and truth through the poetry of The Peace Poets Saturday, March 22nd from 9:30 AM-3:00 PM in Helen Butler Hall at Dominican Village, 565 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY. $20 includes lunch. Visit our website at or call S. Jeanne Clark at (631) x338. DESPERATE NEED: Four food service carts (2 levels) can be new or gently used. The INN of Hempstead will use the carts to serve food to people in desperate need daily. If you can help, please call Betty at (516) Donation receipts available upon request if needed. HOLY TRINITY DIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOL-Please join us for our 2nd Annual Principal s Gala at the Carltun- Eisenhower Park, Thursday, April 10th at 7:00 PM honoring Rev. Joseph Fitzgerald Holy Trinity Living Witness & Faith Award, The Lang Family the Dominican Sisters Award for Parental Commitment to Catholic Education & Mission, Mr. Paul Farrell 78 Holy Trinity Alumni of Distinction Award, Miss Mary Rose O Hara, Sisters of Mercy Award for Service & Dedication to Mission. Please reserve your seats as soon as possible. For information and journal opportunities please call (516) or go to the website at
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