Sunday, February 20, 2nd Sunday of Lent

7:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Marie Mackritis requested by

Mr & Mrs Harvey Maybrown

9:00 For the People of the Parish

9:00 Mary Bell requested by The Family

10:30 Renato Meneses requested by

Virginia Rimando

10:30 Jesus Fernandez requested by

JoAnn & Michael Turkovich

10:30 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

12:00 Frances Panella requested by

The D’Agostino Family

12:00 Leon Moscato requested by the D’Agostino Family

12:00 Veronica Kelly requested by the D’Agostino Family

5:00 Theresa Schiano requested by Joyce & Joe Ando

5:00 Joseph C Schmid requested by the Raleigh Family

5:00 For Our Beloved Dead

Monday, February 21

7:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Kathleen Pagliuca requested by Loving Family

9:00 Andrea Griffen requested by

Mr & Mrs Riccardelli & Family

12:10 Jack Eschmann (living) requested by the Mawn Family

Tuesday, February 22, The Chair of St Peter

7:00 For the People of the Parish

8:45 Edward Kenny Sr. requested by

Claire & Jim McQuillan

8:45 John Buckley Jr. requested by The Antonucci Family

12:10 Charles Mawn requested by the Mawn Family

Wednesday, February 23

7:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Morita Martinez requested by

Linda & Tony DeBiase

12:10 Maria DeSimone requested by Mr & Mrs Joseph Becker

Thursday, February 24

7:00 Beatrice Lichte requested by Mr & Mrs A Fogarty

9:00 Walter Ingram requested by the Libschik Family

12:10 Duilio Cagnoli requested by the DiSilvestre Family

Friday, February 25

7:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Michael Sollazzo requested by the Bunicci Family

12:10 For Our Children

Saturday, February 26

8:00 William Schaudel requested by

Loving wife & Daughters

8:00 Mary Cunningham requested by the Mardiney Family

Anticipated Mass for Sunday

5:00 Jose Antonio Pimentel requested by

Mr & Mrs Antonio Farinha

5:00 James Rohan requested by the Kutch Family

Sunday, February 27, 3rd Sunday of Lent

7:00 Stella Parise requested by Diane Doran

9:00 Angelo Cosma requested by

Kathy, Chris & Matthew Russo

9:00 Deceased Members of the St Regis Knights of

Columbus and Columbiettes

9:00 For All the Poor

10:30 For the People of the Parish

10:30 Pat Vogel requested by Mr & Mrs Thomas O’Conell

10:30 Emma Turi requested by Claudia & Frank Tantone

12:00 Ellen Oakley requested by the Rainone Family

12:00 Noreen Murphy requested by the Rainone Family

12:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

5:00 Ed Williams requested by the McCarthy Family

5:00 Ricco Luisi requested by the Pugliese Family

5:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant







Rita Herdman, Rose Davis, Mary Hayes, Joan Maffia our

deceased soldiers and all of our deceased relatives and friends.




For this week, please pray for the sick, especially:

Michael Ambrosio Rob Barello Susan Bateman

Frank Belsito Maureen Berdon Oliver Bouchard

Emmanuel Coby Maggie Errico Robert Filce

Catherine Gracey Andrea Griffin William J Guthrie III

Raymond Harold Mary Hayes Warren Johnson

Gail Karcher Georgiana Lopez Joan Marten

John McGarry Juliana McLarney Rita Meehan

Maureen Melchiona Timothy M Nigro Edward Percesepe

Valerie Perruzza Grace C Peshkur Joseph Poirot

Nicole Ramaglia Thomas Rigney Jr Frances Romagnuolo

Salvatore Romagnuolo Barbara Rooney Rose Russo

Joyce Ryan Leticia Schilt Antonina Sturiano

Kathleen P. Taylor Stacie Tizzard Henrietta Varon

Keith Vasak Stephen Walsh Patrick Woods

Danny Yezzo Brandon Zartler

PLEASE NOTE: To keep our prayer list current, we will keep names on

the sick list for two months. We ask families to return the bulletin cut-out

to include names of those who are ill for another two months.



Saturday This Sunday Next Sunday

5:00 pm Fr Thomas 5:00 pm Fr Maffeo

7:00 am Fr Thomas 7:00 am Fr Maffeo

9:00 am Fr Butler 9:00 am Fr Thomas

10:30 am Fr Boyle 10:30 am Fr Butler

12:00 pm Fr Maffeo 12:00 pm Fr Boyle

5:00 pm Fr Boyle 5:00 pm Fr Butler




No arrangements were made

for this week. If you would

like to have your loved one

remembered in this way

please contact the rectory.



The blessings of salvation and eternal life begin with

listening to the voice of God. Jesus is the Living Word of

God given to us and guiding us to truth and life. When we

listen to Jesus and follow Him, we are fulfilling the will

of the Father. Following the example of Christ in doing

the will of the Father will make us one with God in glory.



“As they were coming down from the mountain

Jesus charged them, ‘Do not tell the vision to

anyone until the Son of Man has been raised from

the dead.”

Matthew’s account of the Transfiguration ends

differently from Mark’s account-who has Jesus

issuing the same command, but then follows up with

the Apostles wondering what does it mean to rise

from the dead. “…so, they kept the matter to

themselves, questioning what rising from the dead

meant.” (Mk 9:10) I don’t know about you, but I

think that if I saw what the Apostles saw on Mt.

Tabor that day I would be wondering about more

than what rising from the dead meant. After all,

think of what they saw-something so spectacular that

it’s story is told in all three of the Synoptic Gospels.

Think of what they experienced, Jesus changes

before their eyes and becomes as white as light with

Moses and Elijah appearing on either side. They see

Jesus speaking to them about what He is about to

undergo in Jerusalem and of course how it will endor

in this case begin! It’s such a wonderful

occurrence, Peter wants to capture the moment and

live in it forever. However, this is not meant to be,

and as soon as Peter speaks the whole moment ends.

If I were James and John, I think I would have been

angry with Peter. However, we really can’t blame

Peter for trying to capture the pure joy of the

moment, but if it happened the way Peter wanted it,

salvation would be too easy and not as meaningful or

universally felt.

With this in mind, we begin to see why every 2nd

Sunday of Lent (and on August 6th, the Feast of the

Transfiguration) we are told about this amazing

event. We are given a glimpse of Easter and the Last

Day and most of us like Peter; want it now, better yet

yesterday! But the eternal life and glory that Jesus

shares with us cannot come until sin and death are

totally conquered. Jesus, Himself, must first endure

suffering, the Cross and the Grave before this can

happen, and likewise we must go through all of these

steps of dying to sin and death. Unless we do this,

we cannot be ready for the great day of the

resurrection to new life through Jesus Christ. This

season of Lent helps us to do this, to die to ourselves

(namely the things that make us selfish, self absorbed,

blind to the needs of others, and keep us

from forgiving and loving as God wants us), and to

prepare us for the great celebration of Easter.

How then do we make the most of this Lenten

Period of which we are already in its 2nd Week?

How can we make these changes in our lives?

That’s easy, all you have to do is just follow the

command of God our Father when His voice comes

out of the cloud and then focus on the same thing the

Apostles saw when it was over. “This is my beloved

Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to Him.”

“And when the disciples raised their eyes, they saw

no one else but Jesus alone.” Listen to the Father

and listen to His Son and focus on Jesus alone.

Please for God’s sake, for your sake and your

families, for the parish’s sake and that of the world

listen to Jesus and make the most of Lent!

Tomorrow, Feb. 21st, from 4-9 PM the St. Regis

Council of the Knights of Columbus will be

conducting a much needed Blood Drive at the

Council Hall. If you are able to give blood, please

donate a pint and help save the life of another. We

would also like to thank the St. Regis Council for

their donation of $1,722.00. This gift came as a

result of the C&B Charity Drive that the Council ran

by selling the books after Mass and through our

regular parish mailing. Thanks to your generous

purchase of these books, you have not only helped

the various charities of the Knights, but also St.

Joseph’s. We are very blessed to have a local

council that donates to the Church their portion of

the C&B sales, which they could have rightly used

for the council. Once again thank you to the Knights

and to all who supported this very important drive.

Next, weekend at all of the Masses Fr. James M.

Gaughan from Food for the Poor will speak at all of

the Masses on behalf of the good work they do for

hungry people around the world.

As of Jan. 31st, 101 families have pledged $13,

715.00 to this year’s Catholic Ministries Appeal-we

are now only $68,169.00 away from this year’s goal

of $74,800.00. Thank you, so much to all who have

made their pledges up to this report and to all who

have made their pledge after this report-like me! If

you have not made your pledge yet, there is still

plenty of time-so please do your part to help our

brothers and sisters throughout the diocese by

supporting the Catholic Ministries Appeal.

God bless you always.

The Religious Education Confirmation

program is in need of 2 volunteers to

work 3 hours either AM or PM on either

Tuesday or Wednesday. Knowledge of

data entry is necessary. Please contact

Deacon Jim at the rectory - 588-8456.

We need your talents, so please call. Thank you.

School News

Enjoy the Winter Recess !!!



“Bear your share of the hardship which the

gospel entails,” St.Paul tells Timothy in

today’s second reading. What sacrifice is

asked of me for the sake of the Gospel?

How willing am I to bear my share?

Weekly Offering

689 envelopes $15,311

Loose collection 2,742

Total Last Sunday $ 18,053

Weekly Operating Expenses 21,250

Same Collection Last Year 13,891

Poor Box last weekend 456

Ash Wednesday Collection 5,844

Same collection last year 6,140


Parish Outreach

Your donation of food and staple items are always

appreciated. Kindly leave them in the front of Mary’s

statue in the Church before or after Mass.


We are here to help you. Please call 981-6888.


Scrip Corner

It’s winter break time !! We have Wendy’s, Burger King,

Boston Market and Domino’s Pizza if you decide to treat

your children to lunch. Make sure you have Blockbuster

scrip on hand in case of a rainy day! Don’t forget it costs

you nothing more & helps the Parish.


St Joseph Playgroup

St Joseph’ s Playgroup invites children from birth to age 5

and their parent/ grandparent/ caregiver to join us Friday

mornings from 9:30 to 10:45 for an informal playgroup.

We meet in Father Carew Hall (the church basement)

every Friday except for school holidays and church holy

days. For information, call Sally Miller at 737-5120.


Religious Education

Office hours are Monday 9 to 4:00

Tuesday and Wednesday 10 to 3:30

Thursday from 9 to 3:30.

If you need to reach us after 3:30 pm on Tues,

Wed or Thurs please call the school number 588-


The office is closed on Fridays.

There will be NO Religious Ed classes the week of

February 20th including Sunday School. This is Winter

Break. Our office will also be closed.

Level 6 Reconciliation in Church on Monday Feb. 28th.

Tuesday students arrive at 7:15 p.m. and Wednesday and

Thursday students arrive at 7:45 p.m.

Temple Visit Rescheduled. Notices were sent home

notifying parents that our visit to the Temple for Level 6

students has been rescheduled for March 7th.

Get your Entertainment Books in the Religious Ed

Office at a cost of only $20.



Please continue to remember them in your prayers.

CPL Jason Bertran PFC Justin Browne

CPL Michael Bruno PC Michael Dean Cantley

CAPT Kevin Connolly SPC Thomas E. Corcoran

CAPT Edward Cuevas COL Stephen Czerwinski

SGT Stephen Gene DiGirolamo SGT Ryan Delaney

PVT Matthew DiNardo Lt John Kenneth DiNero

Lt Nancy DiNero CPL Keith Flick

SFC Raymond Fulton SSG Jeremy Garcia

CAPT Jennifer Gotkin SPC Daniel Heuman

SGT Steven Knight 1SGT John Krumholz

PFC Brian Lane SSG Stephen LeGrady

GM2 Gerard McGarity PFC Edward McGinn

SGT Patrick McNally Andy Mezador

SGT Daniel Montville SPC Tristin Mortensen

SGT James Munro SSG Joey Napolitano

LCPL Thomas Napolitano LCPL James Neubauer

LCPL Michael Napolitano COP Jonathan Norris

PFC Anthony Notaroberta N/Seal Paul Padro

ENS3 Lucy Padro PFC Christopher Reid

SGT Edwin Rivera, II SR/SA Jason Schiavo

RCT Brian Schildt SPC Rudy Schoverling

PO2 Roger Schoverling SSG Thomas J Valentino

SSG Nick Vicale CPL Mark Ward

MAJ Edward Ward CPL Zachary Wilga

SSG Dusty Williamson SPC James Stanek

(If you would like to include a soldier from your family who is serving, place

their name and rank on a piece of paper and put it in the collection basket)


Banns of Marriage

(Third Time)

Lisa Cincotta and

Kevin Conroy both of St Joseph’s

Christina Safara of St Joseph’s and

Coby Seifert of St Luke’s, Whitestone, NY

Michele Livigni and

Dustin Ross both of St Joseph’s

Darlene Burgos of St Joseph’s and

Joseph Grande of St Barnabas, Bellmore, NY

Melissa Giannetto of St Joseph’s and

Thomas Sabbatino of Assumption BVM, Centereach

Marlana Villanueva of St Joseph’s and

Matthew Kittel

Karen Montenegro and

John Horn of St Joseph’s

The Apostolate for Family Consecration

Invites you to bring your family

and friends for a Lenten

opportunity to pray with your

parish family. We meet on

Mondays at 7:30 PM in the church

for a holy hour which includes:

Listening to some of our leading

theologians, Praying the Rosary

using meditative music video

images of the life of Christ and

Fellowship (coffee & cake). All are welcome.



The next Defensive Driving course will be held on

March 12th from 8:30 am to 3 pm in Carew Hall. The

cost is $45 per person. Call the Rectory at 588-8456 to

register for the class.

“Ask yourself: Have you been kind today? Make kindness

your daily modus operandi and change your world.”

Singer Annie Lennox


Mark Your Calendars

Feb 25, Mar 4,11,18 Stations of the Cross 7:30 PM

Feb 25 & 26 Vegas Nights

March 6 Unity Sunday

March 13 Creative Ministries

Journey, Cross & Crucifixion

Mar 19 Feast of St. Joseph

Mass 10 AM Brunch 11AM

Mar 24 Holy Thursday 7:30 PM Mass

Mar 25 Good Friday 12 noon Reflections on Last

Words of Jesus, 3PM Communion Service


Respect Life


Tuesday, March 8th is designated as 2005 Public Policy

Day. This day, sponsored by the NYS Catholic Conference,

will be held in Albany, and you are invited to join Catholics

from across the state to demonstrate the strength and unity of

the Catholic voice; learn about critical issues such as stem

cell research, education tax credits, and health care reform,

affordable housing and the death penalty. Part of this day

will see the celebration of the Mass by Cardinal Egan and

the Bishops of the state. You will be able to meet with

legislators, and sit in the auditorium to hear dynamic and

inspiring speakers. All this is free, including a box lunch and

transportation to and from Albany.

If you choose to attend, please be aware that on March 3rd

there will be an Albany Forum Briefing which you will be

expected to attend also; this briefing will take place on

Thursday, March 3rd, from 7:30 – 9:30 pm at St. Anthony’s

High School in Melville. Call 518-434-6195 to register, or

go to



On Saturday, March 12, at St. John the Baptist High

School in West Islip, this convocation will feature End of

Life Issues – Nutrition, Hydration and Palliative Care. Mass

will be said by Bishop Murphy, after which there will be a

Breakfast Break and Respect Life Information Exchange.

The keynote speakers will be Michael J Brescia, Executive

Director of Calvary Hospital, Bronx, NY, and Colleen

Carroll Campbell, Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center,

Washington, D.C. Lunch will be served from 12:15 to

1:15.This program is sponsored by the Respect Life Office

of the Diocese, and there will be no charge for the day’s

events. Please call 516-379-8292 ext 215 or go to Deadline for registration is March 7th.


Our March newsletter will be prepared for mailing on

Saturday, February 26th. Please come to the Old School Gym

and give us an hour or two of your time to do this work.

Confirmation candidates are able to earn service credits, so

come on down! We will be there from 8 am on and

complimentary lunch will be served. All are welcome.


Feast of St Joseph Brunch

Saturday, March 19, 2005


Everyone is welcome to come and

celebrate our parish feast day. Please

fill out and return to rectory as soon

as possible.


Number of People ___-


Lenten Prayer Intention







Stations of the Cross




7:30 PM



MARCH 4, 11, 18


Creative Ministries Presents

The Journey,

Cross & Crucifixion


March 13

7:00 PM

A live dramatic presentation of the

Stations of the Cross. Join us as we

experience the trial of Jesus, His journey

through the streets of Jerusalem, and His

final moments on the cross.


Blood Drive

The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring a blood drive on President’s Day, Monday,

February 21,2005. It will be held upstairs at the St Regis Council between the hours of 4-9 PM.

For further information please call Karl Sundquist at 265-2691.


Lenten Retreats

A retreat with Gregory Norbet “The

Grace of Lent” will be held at St

Elizabeth Ann Seton Church from

Sunday, February 27th thru Tuesday,

March 1st at 7:30PM. Gregory is the

composer of Hosea, All I Ask of You,

Wherever You Go and many other

songs of faith that have been a

significant part of contemporary

Christian music for over two decades.


A Day of Silence & Solitude given by

Sr. Elenore Woronick, at The Cenacle

Retreat in Ronkonkoma on Saturday,

March 19th. A brief presentation will

begin the day and it will close with a

prayer service. The day begins at 9:30

and ends at 6:00 pm. Bring your own

Brown bag lunch. For more information

call 588-8366.


“Nunsense” is being presented by the Clare Rose

Playhouse at St Joseph’s College on Saturday, March

12th at 2:00 pm. Cost of a ticket is $25.00 which includes

a wine and cheese reception with the cast. All proceeds

will benefit the ministries of the Sisters of St Joseph. For

tickets and information call 631-273-1187 ext 26 or 42.



Retrouvaille is a program for marriages that are in trouble. It

offers a lifeline to couples suffering with relationship problems.

No group discussions. The program will help you rediscover

each other, examine your life and learn to communicate more

effectively. Six post-weekend sessions provide continued

support. The next weekend will be held at the Immaculate

Conception Retreat Center in Douglaston, Queens on March 4-

6, 2005. For more info or to register, call 1-800-470-2230.


At Our Lady of Grace Church in West

Babylon Catholic Charities will soon be

opening two group homes for the developmentally

disabled. Each house will become

home to six adults who are

developmentally disabled. Catholic

Charities will administer the homes. This is

one very exciting and wonderful

undertaking among the many, many good

works of Catholic Charities. These two

group homes are the result of cooperation

between the parish and Catholic Charities.

In other words, various members of the

Body of Christ joined together to do

something beautiful for God.

At the same time this is only one

example of the work of the Church on

Long Island. Through Catholic Charities,

the education and pastoral formation arms

of the diocese, our exceptional Seminary of

the Immaculate Conception in Huntington,

and Catholic Health Services (to name but

a few), the Church on Long Island is doing

marvelous work in caring for countless

people. It is because of the good I see

being done by so many agencies and so

many people that lam an ardent supporter,

of the Catholic Ministries Appeal. The

money from the appeal goes to the pastoral

care of people. This appeal has been

renamed and restructured so that none of

the money raised is used for administrative

needs but all of it serves those in need and

benefits local parishes. Twenty-two

percent of the money raised in this appeal

supports the work of Catholic Charities. I

have had the privilege to know and to work

closely with many of the personnel in

Catholic Charities and I have been very

impressed by their competence and their

dedication. Twenty percent of the appeal

fosters the work of Catholic education. Our

Catholic grammar schools and high

schools not only offer a great education but

place that learning in the context of a solid

Catholic tradition filled with Gospel

values. The work of faith formation for

public school pupils also receives funding

from this part of the appeal.

Twenty percent of the appeal goes to

pastoral outreach. This includes initiatives

for respect for all of human life and our

campus ministry programs to bring Christ

to our college students. It also includes our

diocesan mission. My dear friend, Msgr.

John Cervini, is presently serving our

diocesan mission in the Dominican

Republic along with dedicated Sisters and

Peace Corps workers. The Catholic

Ministries Appeal supports our diocesan


Eighteen percent of the money raised in

this appeal is used for the formation of lay

leaders in our parishes for the future needs

of the Church. I could not run my parish

without the generous assistance of a fine

pastoral staff and an army of gifted

volunteers. The work of the Church on

Long Island is greatly enhanced by the

many people who serve others by the use

of their time and talent. The spiritual,

theological and social justice formation of

these good people assures that we are

living the Christian life in accordance with

the teaching and example of Jesus Christ.

The Catholic Ministries Appeal funds,

these formation efforts. At our seminary in

Huntington we have a rich resource of

trained faculty members who ably prepare

men for the priesthood mid who also bring

the wisdom of good theology to the

diaconate program and to lay men and

women receiving degrees in theology.

And finally, 20 percent of the money

raised in the Catholic Ministries Appeal is

returned to parishes through the increased

rebate worked out last year. This is a

popular part of the appeal for all of us who

are pastors in the diocese.

I mention all these details because I do

not think many people realize what great

good comes from the appeal. I think most

people think the money goes to

bureaucratic needs or to the bishop. It does

not. I am an ardent supporter of the

Catholic Ministries Appeal because I am

convinced that the money is being well

used in very, worthwhile endeavors.

We are living through a very difficult

time in the Church. To me it is important

that we do not lose sight of all the good the

Church does. This happens every day on

both a diocesan and a parish level. While

seeking to renew and reform the Church, I

invite you to join me in supporting the

pastoral work of the Church through the

Catholic Ministries Appeal. I specifically

invite those who have not been aware of

the good of this appeal in the past to

consider making a pledge this year. No

pledge is too small. The more that each of

us makes a contribution to this appeal, the

more the Church will be at its best on Long

Island. Together we can do beautiful things

for God and for one another.

May the Lord give you his peace.


The Long Island Catholic, 26 January 2005



What are you doing with

the kids

President’s Day,

February 21st?

How about ice-skating at

THE RINX at Hidden Pond Park!

10 am to 12 pm

~ only $10 for 2 hours ~

(includes skate rental)

Have a FUN MORNING for

a GREAT PRICE and help

support our parish’s Boy

Scout Troop.

Tickets, available in the

Rectory office,

must be purchased in advance.

--- a fun’raiser for St. Joseph Boy Scout Troop 272 ---

(All are welcome.)



St. Joseph’s

Troop 272

Ronkonkoma, NY


Pancake Breakfast

February 27,2005

8 am - 12 noon


Tickets can be purchased in the rear of the Church after

all the Masses. Order your tickets in advance & pick

them up at the door.

Please make you check to: Boy Scout Troop 272 and

mail to:

St Joseph Troop 272 BSA Fundraising Committee c/o

Beverly Mason, 29 Midland Blvd,

Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Adults $5.00 , Children $3.00 (10 years & under).

Name ___________________ Adults $5 x___= _____

Address _________________

________________________ Children $3 x __=_____

Phone __________________



You Are Invited to

Las Vegas


Friday, Feb 25, 2005


Saturday, Feb 26, 2005

8 pm to 12:00 am


St. Joseph’s Lower Church


Vegas Craps Black Jack (with Push)

Roulette Big Wheel

Refreshments will be served

Free Admission

18 years and older







7PM - 11PM













I/we would like to register as members of St. Joseph Parish.

NAME(s): ____________________________________________

ADDRESS:__________________________________ _________

PHONE: _______ - _____________ unlisted? (Yes) (No)

I/we would like become members of the parish. ( ) Yes

I/we would like to receive contribution envelopes. ( ) Yes ( )No

We make our donations each Sunday ( ) Weekly

We make our donations once a Month ( ) Monthly

..(..).I would like to become an usher

( ) I would like to become a lector.

( ) I would like to become an altar server.

( ) I would like to become a Eucharistic Minister.

( ) I would like to become a choir member

( ) I would like to become a Catechist

( ) I would like to help maintain the parish plantings

( ) I would like to offer my following talents to the parish

(Please return to the Church Office or place in Collection Basket)




I/we wish to pledge (or increase our pledge to)

___ $5,000 ___ $4,000 ___ $3,000 ___ $2,000 ___ $1,000

to St. Joseph’s Parish Restoration Campaign.

I/we would like to make payments

___Annually ___Semi-Annually ___Quarterly ___ Monthly

spreading the payments over

___One year ___ Two years ___ Three years ___ Four years

NAME (s): ________________________________________



PHONE: ______ - _________


(Please return this form in the collection basket or

to the Church Office)




Please include the following in the bulletin sick list:


Name of person who is ill:

_____________________________ ____________________

Person making this request: Relationship to ill person

Your Phone #: _____________________

(Please place in collection basket or return to Church Office)



One Person’s Trash, Another’s ...

BOX TOPS from cereals for Educational purposes are always

welcomed. Please drop them in the collection.

DEPOSIT BOTTLES AND CANS—Please place them in the

white trailer that is located on the school side of the Church on

weekends or behind the rectory during the week.

CELL PHONES—Please bring your no longer used or needed

cell phones and deposit them at the Scrip table in the Church




Travel Soccer:

Gene ��467-0541

Intramural Soccer:

Beth ��737-6299


Karen ��588-8636

Chairman: Henry


Gene ��588-1879

Girls Basketball:

Christine ��737-3142

Boys Basketball:

Frank ��585-6921

Melchiona ��467-6091

Sport for all Seasons





Cub Scout Pack 272

Boy Scout Troop 272

St. Joseph’s Cub Scout Pack 272 and Boy Scout Troop 272

have fun, exciting, educational, character building programs

for boys, age 7 through 17 (first grade and up).

For more information or to enroll your child,

contact Dr. Louis Scotti at 656-8428

or e-mail



Even Used Inkjet Cartridges,

Have Their Uses

We have found a way to help St Joseph and keep those

complicated pieces of plastic, metal and printed circuit

boards out of the land fill. Drop them off (in a plastic

baggie) when you come to mass. We will send them to a

company who reuses them and gives the parish a bounty for

each. One note, to clear confusion, if it is larger than a fist,

it is not an inkjet cartridge!!!