Sunday, March 27
All Masses said For the People of the Parish
11:00 Carew Hall
12:30 Carew Hall
**** No 5:00 PM Mass ****
Monday, March 28
7:00 Roy Bohne requested by The Smith Family
7:00 Carol Ann Biava requested by The Smith Family
9:00 Mary Napolitano requested by Loving Daughter & Family
9:00 Michael Sollazzo requested by
Stephen & Jennifer Yannucciello
Tuesday, March 29
7:00 Margarita Galati requested by The Maravegias Family
7:00 Donald Copes requested by Kim & Louis DeQuatro
9:00 Cornelius J Dunleavy requested by Loving Wife
9:00 Debbie Schramm requested by Mr & Mrs Gerard Pray
Wednesday, March 30
7:00 Rosemary Gotsch requested by
Mr & Mrs Cornelius McGregor
9:00 Theresa DeFilippo requested by Marie DeFilippo
9:00 Robert Miller requested by The Mawn Family
Thursday, March 31
7:00 George Harkins requested by Maureen & Family
9:00 Crystal Clark requested by Loving Mother
9:00 Edward Houser requested by
Charles & Connie Houser & Family
Friday, April 1
7:00 Deceased Members of the Hughes Family
9:00 Anthony Croce requested by The DeLisio Family
9:00 Cecilia Gonzalez requested by Loving Family
Saturday, April 2
8:00 Theresa DeFilippo requested by Marie DeFilippo
8:00 Frank & Millie Rega & Viola Johnson requested by
Anticipated Mass for Sunday
5:00 John Dellapina requested by Angelo & Andrea
5:00 Harry Kenny requested by Jane Favale
Sunday, April 3, Divine Mercy Sunday
7:00 Cornelius J Dunleavy requested by Loving Wife Anne
7:00 Joseph Louis Ferrara requested by Loving Family
9:00 For the People of the Parish
9:00 Marie Antonucci requested by Geri & Mike Devenney
9:00 Carol Lubrano requested by George Abatemarco
10:30 Lawrence Chambers requested by The Wimpelberg Family
10:30 Theresa Schiano requested by the Mawn Family
10:30 For the Intentions of the Celebrant
12:00 Thomas W Dlubac requested by Primo Zanoni
12:00 Frank Priore requested by Robert & Gabriella Smith
12:00 For Fr. Dineros 50th Anniversary
5:00 Yumiko Gruja requested by Loving Husband
5:00 Howard Patterson requested by Judith Romano
5:00 For Our Beloved Dead
IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO BRING UP THE GIFTS AT THE
MASSES ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY, PLEASE CONTACT
ONE OF THE USHERS WHEN YOU ARRIVE FOR MASS.
REMEMBER OUR DEAD
Thomas Rigney Jr, Carole Adamski, Anna Testa, William
Dickson, Domenica Vitale, our deceased soldiers and all of our
deceased relatives and friends.
REMEMBER OUR SICK
For this week, please pray for the sick, especially:
Robert Barello Anthony Bock Oliver Bouchard
Robert Cipriani Emmanuel Coby Regina T Cohen
Josephine D''Agostino Allan Delgardo Anna Dorney
Kristine Duschenchuk Julie Ann Farkas Andrea Griffin
William J Guthrie III Raymond Harold Mary Hayes
Jack Kelleher Georgiana Lopez John McGarry
Juliana McLarney Rita Meehan Maureen Melchiona
Timothy M Nigro Edward Percesepe Grace Catherine Peshkur
Nicole Ramaglia Marco Recine Joan Reilly
Frances Romagnuolo Salvatore Romagnuolo Barbara Rooney
Rose Russo Leticia Schilt Marie Schwind
Lori Slack Antonina Sturiano Joan Teaney
Henrietta Varon Keith Vasak Stephen Walsh
Patrick Woods Danny Yezzo
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 Easter Sunday Divine Mercy Sunday
7:30 pm Fr Maffeo 5:00 pm TBA
7:00 am Fr Thomas 7:00 am Fr Thomas
9:00 am Fr Butler 9:00 am Fr Butler
10:30 am Msgr Boccafola10:30 am Fr Boyle
11:00 am Fr Maffeo 12:00 pm Fr Maffeo
12:00 pm Fr Butler 5:00 pm Fr Boyle
12:30 pm Fr Boyle
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ALTAR BREAD & WINE
The gifts offered at our Masses this
Are Donated in the Memory of
The Mickelson & Williams Families
Peter makes clear the source of the authority of the Apostles.
Jesus, anointed by God, commissioned the Twelve to preach
to all people. Paul teaches that those who seek Christ will be
glorified with Him when He returns. Today’s Gospel
describes the discovery of the empty tomb, but its significance
is not yet fully understood.
FROM THE DESK OF FR. MIKE
“Then the angel said to the women in reply, “Do not be afraid! I know that you are seeking
Jesus the crucified, He is not here, for He has been raise just as He said. Come and see the place
where He lay. Then go quickly and tell His disciples. He has been raised from the dead and He is
going before you to Galilee; there you will see Him.” “And behold, Jesus met them on their way and
greeted them…Then Jesus said to them, “Do not be afraid.”
Today is the great day we have been waiting for, when everything comes into clear focus, as we fully
realize that God can take even death and turn it into eternal life. And it is not just for one day, but every day.
The angel has removed the stone from the tomb and we are filled with great joy, anticipation, and a sense of
abiding peace. JESUS CHRIST HAS RISEN TODAY and with Him the whole Human Race. The whole
Church shouts out Alleluia and we have new hope. Yes, a new hope which makes life totally different,
for we can no longer look at humanity the way we did before the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We have been restored to that which we were meant to be before sin entered into the human family. We
have now shed the black mantle of sin and put on the white garment of the Risen Christ. All we need do is
be open to the Power of Holy Spirit, the power we received in Baptism. We must realize that through the
Risen Christ, we can make a real difference, and we can help others flee from sin and despair and embrace
the new life of Christ. We can indeed do it. We must certainly do it, and with Christ behind us, we can do
anything. So don’t delay, rejoice and be glad and after you celebrate with family and friends, get out and
GET BUSY. Remember we now have 50 Whole days to celebrated Easter.
On behalf of Fathers Paul, Thomas, Mike Boyle, Peter Liu, our Deacons James Altonji, Joseph Califano,
Michael DeBellis, Michael Devenney, Joseph Dougherty, our Seminarian Mr. Lee Descoteaux, and the
entire Parish Staff of Saint Joseph’s, we wish you and your families a very Holy and Happy Easter-may the
peace of the Risen Christ be with you always.
Also, a very special word of thanks to all those who help put together and served at the very festive
breakfast last Saturday in honor of St. Joseph’s Feast Day. Thank you all and God bless you.
Next Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday; we will observe this holy day with a special Holy Hour before the
Blessed Sacrament and the reciting of the chaplet of the Divine Mercy at 3 PM. Also, on that same day at
the 12 Noon Mass we will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Ordination for our dear Father Santiago
(Jimmy) Dineros. He will be the principle celebrant at that Mass and a reception will follow the Mass in
Carew Hall. Happy Anniversary Fr. Dineros, thank you for the many wonderful years of faithful service.
Let us pray, God of unchanging power and light, look with mercy and
favor on your entire Church. Bring lasting salvation to us all, so that the
world may see the fallen lifted up, the old made new, and all things
brought to perfection, through him who is their origin, our Lord Jesus
Christ, who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen
Sunday, March 27, 2005 Page 3
Parish’s Confirmation Program (Level 8) have to attend
an information meeting. This meeting will be held in the
Church at 7:30 p.m. Deacon Jim Altonji, the parishes
Confirmation Coordinator, will be discussing the
upcoming Confirmation Prep program. It is important that
you attend this meeting. Students need not be present but
are more than welcome to attend.
Do you know that St Joseph’s has a Sunday School. It
takes place at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday morning. Registration
is now being accepted for Sunday School for next year,
please call the Religious Ed office for forms at 981-1805.
Entertainment Books are on sale in the Religious
Ed Office and the Rectory at a cost of only $18. WOW!
Very early in the morning after the
sabbath, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb
to anoint Jesus’ body with precious oils.
The reward of this good and conscientious
steward was to be the first to know that
Jesus had been raised from the dead!
Weekly Operating Expenses $ 21,250
816 envelopes 17,575
Loose collection 4,053
Total Palm Sunday $21,628
Same Collection Last Year 21,452
Poor Box last weekend $429
Bishops Overseas Appeal Collection $1,416
Same Collection Last Year 1,807
Fuel collection 3/20/05 $1,532
Fuel collection to date 10,853
Fuel expenses 9/1/04 - 3/7/05 $19,738
Free employment counseling is now being offered by a
retired business executive. Sessions will be held at the
Outreach office by appointment only. If you are
interested, please call Outreach between 10am and 3pm
Monday through Friday, at 981-6888. You will then be
contacted for an appointment date and time.
Fienstein Matching Grant - This foundation will match
all donations made to the Outreach Program during the
months of March and April. This is a great way to make
your contribution dollar go farther. The need is great but
the supply is low.
PREGNANCY CRISIS HOTLINE - We are here to help
you. Please call 981-6888.
Banns of Marriage
Office hours are Monday 9 to 4 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday 10 to 4:00
Thursday from 9 to 4:00
Office is closed on Friday
The Religious Ed staff wishes all a Very Happy and
Registration forms were given out during the last two
weeks of classes. If you did not have an opportunity to
pick them up, please come into the Religious Ed office for
Any child entering grade 1 in September should be
registered for Level 1 - the first year of Communion prep.
Level 1- Parents should make arrangements to go to the
Rectory to have your child’s prayers heard with one of
our priests, this needs to be done by May 31st.
Level 1 year end celebration on April 8th, 6:45 p.m. in the
Church. Books should be turned in at that time.
Level 2 On Saturday, April 2 we are offering a workshop,
to be held in Fr Carew Hall. We will have rooms set up
for crafts, videos and banner distribution. Please refer to
your letter containing full details and starting time.
Tuesday, April 5th the parents of students entering the
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SAY A PRAYER FOR OUR TROOPS
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 Ryan Delaney SGT Stephen G DiGirolamo
Lt John Kenneth DiNero Lt Nancy DiNero
CPL Keith Flick SFC Raymond Fulton
RCT Michael Gabriellini SSG Jeremy Garcia
CAPT Jennifer Gotkin SPC Daniel Heuman
SGT Steven Knight 1SGT John Krumholz
SSG Stephen LeGrady Maj Kevin McCue
GM2 Gerard McGarity PFC Edward McGinn
SGT Patrick McNally PFC William Meyer
Andy Mezador SGT Daniel Montville
SSGT Brian Moran SGT James Munro
SSG Joey Napolitano LCPL Thomas Napolitano
LCPL Michael Napolitano LCPL James Neubauer
COP Jonathan Norris PFC Anthony Notaroberta
N/Seal Paul Padro ENS3 Lucy Padro
PFC Christopher Reid SGT Edwin Rivera, II
SSGT Jason Schiavo RCT Brian Schildt
SPC James Stanek SSG Thomas J Valentino
SSG Nick Vicale SGT John Thomas Vogt
CPL Mark Ward Maj Edward Ward
CPL Zachary Wilga SSG Dusty Williamson
(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)
D’Anna Eads and
Keith McNamara both of St Joseph’s
Jennifer Shockley and
Thomas Kehoe both of St Joseph’s
Jessica Rodriguez and
Carl J DiLallo both of St Joseph’s
Melissa Wade and
William Walker both of St Joseph’s
Stacy A McAllister of OLPH, Lindenhurst and
Paul A Manfre Jr. of St Joseph’s
Amy Brown of St Anthony of Padua, East Northport and
Joseph Giommetti of St Joseph’s
“To kill one human being for the benefit of another
is never morally justifiable”, said Patricia Payne, a
woman suffering from Parkinson’s for 14 years,
adding “to kill the weak in order to benefit the strong is
even more objectionable.” Ms. Payne recently testified
before the Massachusetts Legislature’s newly created
Joint Committee on Economic Development and
Emerging Technologies. She has been selected as one
of a dozen participants in Dr. Michel Levesque’s adult
stem-cell research and therapy program to treat
According to Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk (Father Tad),
who studied neuroscience at Yale University and
theology at Gregorian University in Rome, the
Catholic Church supports three of the four ways that
stem-cell research is currently being conducted. They
are: >Adult stem-cell research, involving the growth of
stem cells from the patient’s own tissue or that of
another living donor. >Stem cells developed from
umbilical cord blood or placentas after a delivery is
completed. >Cells from fetal tissue derived from
miscarriages (also called spontaneous abortions), as
long as the parents give informed consent.
The morally unacceptable fourth method is the use
of embryonic stem cells, usually harvested from living
embryos five to seven days after their creation in a test
tube. L.I. Catholic, March 9, 2005
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Mark Your Calendars
April 1 First Friday 7:30PM Holy Hour
April 3 Divine Mercy Sunday 3PM Holy Hour
April 3 Fr. Dineros 50th Anniversary Mass
12 Noon Reception to Follow
April 10 Unity Sunday
April 30 Healing Retreat
We here in New York State must be on the alert, as both
our Assembly and Senate are planning to introduce
legislation to promote and fund (to the tune of $100
million the first year) embryonic stem cell research.
Because both houses of the Legislature are now actively
discussing the issue, now is the time to make your voice
heard. Contact your Senator and/or your Legislator to
voice your opposition to this plan.
Here’s one address: Hon. --------(your legislator) NYS
Assembly, Legislative Office Bldg., Albany, NY 12248.
Call 518-455-4100. E-mail www.assembly.state.ny.us –
click on “Full Member Directory”
NYS Pro-Life Reporter, March 11, 2005
To do this in person, come to NYS Right to Life’s LOBBY
FOR LIFE DAY 2005 on Tuesday, April 5th, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Learn the facts first-hand about stem cell research and
lobby your legislators. This means visiting them in their
offices. Call 631-588-0168 for more information. Bus
transportation is available. As a bonus, free T-shirts and a
special jam session at noon for all pre-registered teens and
St Joseph’s School is accepting enrollment for the
2005-2006 school year. There are opening from Pre-K thru
8th grade. Please call the school at 588-4760 for more
Michael Myles, a 5th Grade student at our school, took
part in a charity event that raised $8000 for a research
foundation to find a cure for children with cancer. The
event calls for volunteers to collect pledges and have their
heads in solidarity with children with cancer—and that’s
just what Michael did! He and his father were one of the
top 5 volunteers who raised the most money. All of St.
Joseph’s School is so proud of you, Michael!
Mother /Son night at Sports Plus last
Saturday was enjoyed by all. The boys and
their moms bowled the night away - or
laughed the night away depending on who
you talk to !!
Welcome to the Newest Member of Our Parish Family
Luke John Amato Savannah Helene Chironno
Cassie Marie Eggert
Jason John Materazo Ryan James O’Rourke
Thought You Might Like To Know
DAY of RECOLLECTION Saturday, April 2nd, 2005 9 AM - 2 PM
Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, Huntington,NY Cost: $25 per woman
Our day of reflection, prayer and fellowship will be led by Lee Descoteaux, our own in-residence seminarian. The
program will include a continental breakfast at 9 a.m. in the refectory, a presentation by Lee in McKenna Lounge, time
for reflection/tour of the seminary, lunch and Mass. Send your check (deadline March 25) payable to Catholic Daughters
Court 375 to: Regina Brown, 15 Wincoma Dr. Huntington, NY 11743.
Directions to seminary: From 25A/Main Street, Huntington, to West Neck Road. (driving West, it will be a right-hand
turn.) Proceed north for 3 miles. Turn right into first seminary driveway you see marked “students”. Park in back and
enter through Visitors’ Entrance. Follow the signs. Call 631-423-0483 ext. 140 (w) or 631-424-6090 (h).
Sponsored by Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court 375 and St. Joseph’s Court, 975.
Healing Retreat A Healing Retreat with Rev Bill Halbing will be held here on Saturday, April 30
from 12:45 to 8:30 PM. This power packed retreat consists of liturgy, confession, praise and worship,
witnessing, workshops, teachings and a healing service! Registration is only $10 and includes
refreshments and dinner. Seating is limited, so register early. The retreat is sponsored by Servants of the
Lord Prayer Community. For more information please contact Max & Fler at 585-4828 or Benny &
Thelma at 754-7660
Chinese Auction The St Regis Columbiettes will be sponsoring a Chinese Auction on April 1 in the St Joseph
School Auditorium. The doors will open at 6:30PM and admission is $5.00 which includes 25 tickets. Extra cards can be
purchased for $1.00. Coffee and cake will be served. For more information please call 585-1719.
Boy Scout Troop 272’s Pancake Breakfast was an overwhelming success. Our scouts are grateful to the parish for
your generous support. WE NEVER SAUSAGE A GREAT TURNOUT !
Boy Scout Troop 439 will be hosting a Spaghetti Feast on Sunday, April 10 from 11:30 to 2:30 at the American
Legion Post 155 located at 115 Church Street. Join them for food, fun and raffles!
Venturing Crew 777 is hosting a spaghetti dinner on April 9th at 6PM in Carew Hall. Tickets are $6 per person
and the proceeds they earn will go toward a trip to Philmont Scout Ranch, New Mexico for a High Adventure Trek.
Enjoy a “full-filling” dinner for not so much money and help the crew. There will also be a Chinese Auction taking place
during the dinner. Please join us!
Concert - Rachel Barton Pine, world renowned classical violinist, will be give a rare Long Island concert at
Our Lady of Lourdes Church in West Islip, on Friday, April 1 at 8 PM. The concert will benefit OLL’s Sister
Parish in Esquipulas, El Salvador. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students under 16. For more
information call Our Lady of Lourdes Rectory at 662-3224.
International Luncheon will take place on April 17th from 1 - 5 PM at the Knights of Columbus Hall on
Pond Rd in Ronkonkoma. The cost of $12.50 pp includes prizes and entertainment. For tickets call Karen at
Everything You Wanted to Know About Annulments information meeting will be held at
St. John the Baptist High School in West Islip on Wednesday, April 13th from 8-10 PM. For registration call
516-678-5800 ext 508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nassau Community College Center for Catholic Studies events:
Monday April 18, 7:30-10PM in the Multi-Purpose Room of the College Center - a panel discussion- “Catholic K-12
Education on Long Island: Problems and Prospects”.
Friday April 22, 12:30 to 2 PM - 11th Floor of the Tower Bldg.-lecture by Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox- “The Facts of Life
and Marriage: Social Science and the Vindication of Christian Moral Teaching”.
All are welcome. No fee or reservation required. For information call the Center’s Director, Joseph A. Varacalli, Ph..D.
at 516-572-7454. For directions call 516-572-7100.
The Office of Youth and Young
Adult Ministry is one of the
areas that receive funding from
the Catholic Ministries Appeal.
It falls under the category of
Education and Formation and
consists of four major program
areas: Parish Youth Ministry
Development, Scouting, CYO
Support and Young Adult
Parish Youth Ministry
Development offers services
including a course on youth
ministry, retreats and prayer
days. It was also through its
efforts that over 550 youth of our
Diocese traveled to Toronto in
2002 to join Pope John Paul II
for World Youth Day.
Scouting has been adopted as
part of the Church’s ministry to
young people. Under the
guidance and support of Youth
and Young Adult Ministry,
activities for Catholic girls and
boys involved in Scouting, such
as Retreats and Pilgrimages are
offered so that young scouts can
grow in wisdom and grace
The CYO Support program
assists parishes in various areas
such as conducting an annual
conference for coaches that
development, sportsmanship, and
spirituality as integral
components of youth sports.
CYO of Nassau & Suffolk is
responsible for the overall
running of the CYO sports
program throughout the Diocese,
which includes 27,000 youth
participants in 100 parishes.
Young Adult Ministry refers to
people in their late teens,
twenties, and early thirties,
whether single, married, or
divorced. It provides them
opportunities through programs
and resources to explore ways of
integrating faith into their lives.
Young Adult Ministry develops
leadership that will awaken,
empower, and strengthen others
in their journey of faith. This
past summer a group of 24
culturally diverse young adults
from our diocese participated in
a weeklong service project in the
Hartford, Connecticut area
working as a community of faith.
They served at various settings,
including a shelter for battered
women, a half-way house for the
mentally challenged, and
Catholic Charities Immigration
Services. This year a group of
young adults is planning a
similar experience at various
sites on Long Island.
© Copyright 2003 The Long Island Catholic
Thus far we have reached
45.3% of our goal by pledging
$33,855. To date 27 parishes
have passed their goal - among
them the Brentwood and
Roosevelt Parishes - and are
receiving refund checks! Please
consider donating to this very
Catholic Ministries Appeal 2005
St Joseph R C Church, Ronkonkoma, NY
Diocese of Rockville Centre
PO Box 4000, Rockville Centre, NY 11571-4000
516 379-5210 ext 2 Fax 516 379-5043 email: email@example.com
Pledge: $ _________ Initial Payment: $ ________ Balance: $ _______
Thank you for your support. Please make checks payable to: Catholic Ministries Appeal
City_____________________________ State____ Zip __________
A Guide to Giving
Pledge 10 Payments
$ 300 $ 30
Catholic Ministries Appeal 2005
St. Joseph’s Home School Association
11th Annual Spring Fashion Show
Wednesday, April 20, 2005
7PM - 11PM
At Villa Lombardi’s
877 Main Street
$50. Per ticket - Includes salad, dinner, dessert, coffee/tea, beer/wine/soda
Chinese Auction Give-A-Ways 50/50 Cash Prize Raffles
Tickets can be ordered by filling out the form in the Church Lobby by April 13,2005
Catch the Wave
…..And a Chance to Win
Annual Fashion Show Raffle - April 20,2005
To Benefit St. Joseph’s School
47” Panasonic TV or
$1500 Tuition Credit at St. Joseph’s School
A Night on the Town: Dinner for Two
Tickets to a Show at the Smithtown Arts Council
Overnight Stay at the Holiday Inn Express
Zenith Home Theater System
Donation: $25 Return this form with your payment to the Rectory by April 18, 2005 or
stop by our table after Sunday Mass. Tickets will also be available at the Fashion Show.
I want to catch the wave…
__________________________________ Number of Tickets___ X $25 = _______Enclosed
Quotes and Comments
How fair and lovely is the hope that the Lord gave to the dead when He lay down beside them. Rise
up and come forth and sing praise to Him who has raised you from destruction.
What one sees depends on where one sets up one’s shop. Mine is at the entrance of an empty tomb.
Faith sees the invisible, believes the unbelievable, and receives the impossible. ~ Corrie ten Boom
It Began With One
It started with Jesus,
One drop of His blood,
It started as one drop
And welled to a flood.
His gift made your heart clean.
He made you His own.
Now you are His vessel,
To pass the gift on.
Go double the harvest,
Go spread His love out,
Go bless other people,
Go water the drought.
PARISHIONER REQUEST FORM
I/we would like to register as members of St. Joseph Parish.
NAME (s): ____________________________________________
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)
PARISH RESTORATION FUND
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: ______ - _________
AMOUNT ENCLOSED NOW: $ ________
(Please return this form in the collection basket or
to the Church Office)
REMEMBERING THE SICK
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
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 JoinScouting@StJoRonk.org.
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!!!