Sunday, July 3 , Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7:00 Joseph Portal requested by The Rapisardi Family

7:00 John Aloisio requested by Rob & Tara

9:00 Michael Schindler requested by Loving Mom & Dad

9:00 Patricia Seton-Harris requested by Ken Staufenberg

9:00 For Our Beloved Dead

10:30 For the People of the Parish

10:30 Carol Maccio requested by Margaret Borneman

12:00 Maryann Pollier requested by Debbie & Vincent Romeo

12:00 Stanley Torba requested by Marie Capo

12:00 Intentions of the Celebrant

5:00 Catherine, Mary & George Devlin & Family requested by

Timothy Cleere & Family

5:00 Mary Elizabeth Collins requested by Joseph Gilde

5:00 Anthony Schiaffino requested by The Dinger Family

Monday, July 4, St Elizabeth of Portugal

7:00 For the Leaders of Our Country

7:00 Salvatore Pancetti requested by Carla Caponera

9:00 Anthony Croce requested by Loving Family

9:00 Augusto Lucas requested by Loving Family

Tuesday, July 5, St Anthony Mary Zaccaria

7:00 Mary Power requested by Michele Charlip

9:00 Edward Raymond Hess requested by

Ann & Chris Hess

9:00 Carl Masi requested by Cathy & Jim Foy

Wednesday, July 6, St Maria Goretti

7:00 Michael C D’Amico requested by Loving Family

9:00 Anthony Naso requested by Christine Schwenker

9:00 Theresa Pace requested by Mr & Mrs Thomas O’Connell

Thursday, July 7

7:00 Helen Kwiathouski (living) Loving Daughter & Family

7:00 Lorraine Schaffer (living) Loving Sister & Family

9:00 Regina LeVeness requested by Dcn & Mrs Joseph Califano

9:00 Anne Siebankas requested by George & Arline Maklos

Friday, July 8

7:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Amelia Charvat requested by John F Burchill

Saturday, July 9, St Augustine Zhao Rong

8:00 Richard Garbarino requested by Lynn & Bob Weigel

8:00 Fillipa Grimaldi requested by Loving Family

Anticipated Mass for Sunday

5:00 Deceased Members of the Schena Family requested by

Loving Family

5:00 Frank Cassara requested by The D’Agostino Family

5:00 Frank Moscato requested by The D’Agostino Family

Sunday, July 10, Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7:00 Cornelius J Dunleavy requested by Loving Wife Anne

7:00 Giovanni Randazzo requested by

Linda Lubranski & Colleen Murphy

9:00 McQuillan & Kenny Families requested by Claire & Jim

9:00 Harry Kenney requested by Peggy McGrann

10:30 Ann Gregory requested by Les

10:30 Peter & Richard McQuillan requested by Claire & Jim

12:00 For the People of the Parish

12:00 Patrick DelSignore requested by David Bullock II

12:00 Norma Rodrigues requested by The Montes Family

5:00 Lucas Marrero requested by Gerald & Patty Peters

5:00 Edward J Kelly requested by The Kiernan Family

5:00 Marie Ullger requested by Bobby & Eileen Collins





Josephine Siegel, Peter Mosera, Turisima Lopez, Joseph Sachs,

our deceased soldiers and all of our deceased relatives and



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

Michael Ambrosio Maureen Borden Mary Ellen Bowers

Emmanuel Coby Fr James Costello Josephine D'Agostino

Angelina DeSimone Olivia Marie Devine Anna Dorney

Geraldine DuBritz Maggie Errico Howard Ferry

Robert Filce Maria Goncalves Catherine Gracey

Jack Kelleher Helen Kwiathouski Louise LaRocca

Anita Louise Allison McAteer Maureen McCann

Michele McGee Josephine Mileto Tom Nanry

Timothy M Nigro Vincent Palladino Grace C Peshkur

Bari Pizzurro Arthur Plouffe Joan A Reilly

Ralph Rivellese Barbara Rooney Rose Russo

Joyce Ryan Lorraine Schaffer Sharon Schneider

Antonina Sturiano Patrick Woods

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.


This Week End Mass Next Week End

Fr Maffeo 5:00 pm Fr Liu

Fr Liu 7:00 am Fr Liu

Fr Maffeo 9:00 am Fr Thomas

Fr Thomas 10:30 am Fr Maffeo

Fr Maffeo 12:00 pm Fr Thomas

Fr Thomas 5:00 pm Fr Maffeo

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The gifts offered at our Masses this


Are Donated in Honor of

Angelo DeLisio

Requested by

Loving Mother


Today, Jesus offers a profound invitation: Bring to him all

that burdens you, all that makes your life weary. Jesus

tells us that we do not have to face our troubles alone.

Instead, we discover what Paul preaches to the Romans,

namely, that within each of us dwells the Spirit of God.

Where God is, peace and rest also abide.

world. This is what Abraham Lincoln meant when

he tells his listeners, that it is up to the living to work

for the good of this nation. So that this nation so

conceived in liberty will not perish from the earth.

Something we need to contemplate this weekend as

we celebrate the 229th Birthday of The United States

of America.

These thoughts and what we celebrate go side by

side with our Old Testament and Gospel Readings

for this weekend. Zechariah tells us that promised

king will come riding on a donkey, and that he will

not be like other kings. He will not be a conqueror,

but a king of peace, love, and through him, justice

will be universally established. In Jewish Scripture,

a donkey was regarded as a distinguished and even

majestic creature (remember this how Jesus, comes

into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday-as a sign that He is

the long awaited Messiah, the King of Justice and

Peace). Jesus tells us to share the yoke with Him

for His yoke is easy and His burden light. Again this

is the great promise of the Messiah-that God would

not impose heavy burdens or demands on people,

but would remove them and anything that got in the

way of the people being one with God. Jesus in fact

showed them and us how very approachable the

God of love and mercy is. Jesus did not only

remove the heavy burdens put upon the people by

the Pharisees, He also takes away from us the

burdens put upon us by a sinful world, a world which

does not know Him or would rather ignore Him and

the Gospel. Just as Lincoln wanted to show

Americans what was worth fighting for-so Jesus

shows us what we are all about.

Only 17 days left to the beginning of the 10th

Annual Summer Family Festival so come out and

have a good time. Come enjoy the many bargains,

The Vegas Nights on Weds., Thurs., Fri., and Sat.,

and lots of great food and fun for the whole family!

Don’t forget the evenings of Prayer on the Rectory

Lawn on Monday Evenings during August starting at

7 PM. Bring your Rosaries, Lawn Chair and maybe

a nice desert and have a wonderful time of prayer

and fellowship with your St. Joseph’s Family.

Let us pray; God of love, Father of us all, Open our

hearts to the truth of the Gospel that your peace

may rule in our hearts. Give us the courage to build

a land that serves you in truth and justice. Grant this

through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives

and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God

forever and ever. Amen

Happy Fourth of July!

Fr Mike

“ Four score and seven years ago, our fathers

brought forth, upon this continent, a new nation,

conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition

that “all men are created equal.” Now we are

engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that

nation, or any nation so conceived, and so dedicated,

can long endure. We are met on a great battlefield of

that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of it, as

a final resting place for those who died here, that the

nation might live. This we may, in all propriety do.

But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate-we can

not consecrate-we can not hallow, this ground-The

brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have

hallowed it, far above our poor power to add or

detract. The world will little note, nor long remember

what we say here; while it can never forget what they

did here.

It is rather for us, the living, we here dedicated to

the great task remaining before us-that, from these

honored dead we take increased devotion to that

cause for which they here gave the last full measure

of devotion-that we here highly resolve these dead

shall not have died in vain; that the nation, shall have

a new birth of freedom, and that government of the

people by the people for the people, shall not perish

from the earth.”

On this very weekend 142 years ago, one of the

worst battles of the U.S. Civil War or the War Between

the Sates (or as our Southern Brethren would say-The

War of Northern Aggression), took place at

Gettysburg, PA. This was one of the most important

battles of the war, for if the North (Union) lost, the war

could have been longer and the South (CSA) might

have even won the war. As a result, the South’s

ability to keep the war going was hurt and the South

never really recovered from their losses. When

President Lincoln gave this famous address, he was

not expected to speak at all, but in these few

sentences, he set forth the tone of what the war was

about and how important it was for American

Democracy. Lincoln also conveyed the sadness of

war. War’s terrible loss of life (military and civilian),

and the attitudes that come from war, especially that

one group of people is better or more important than

another. This war’s impact was terrible for the United

States, as it put American against American and in

many cases brother against brother. Even today, the

war affects us, for even though slavery was abolished,

race relations are far from perfect. Even though the

question of succession has been resolved, there are

still feelings of resentment between the North and the

South. Certainly, we have made progress and

healing takes a great deal of time, but more needs to

be done to make peace in America and the whole

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The summer inquiry schedule is as follows:

Meetings on 2nd & 4th Thursdays of June, July,

August and September from 7:30 - 8:30 in the

Rectory basement meeting room.


“Let all Your works give You thanks, O Lord, and

let Your faithful ones bless You,” says the Psalmist.

Stewardship is this “attitude of gratitude” for the

many gifts God has given us.

Weekly Offering

596 Envelopes $ 13,260

Loose collection 2,601

Total Last Sunday $15,861

Weekly Operating Expenses 21,250

Weekly Excess/Debt (5,389)

Same Sunday last year 16,347

Poor Box last weekend $380

Peter’s Pence Collection $ 1,320

Same Collection Last Year 1,625

Parish Outreach

The Outreach cliental are in need of toiletries -

toothpaste, soap, deodorant, toilet paper, shampoo,

etc. - please help them if you can. Also paper towels,

tissues and paper napkins would be appreciated. All

donations can be left by the Blessed Mother statue in

the front of the Church. Thank you.

PREGNANCY CRISIS HOTLINE - We are here to help

you. Please call 981-6888.

Religious Education

The Religious Ed Office is closed for the summer we will

reopen on August 22nd.

Since our office is closed during the summer months we

would like to take this opportunity to welcome the new

families who will be moving into our parish and inform

you about our Religious Education program. Each week

we will give you a heads up on the different levels of our


Level One

This is the first of a two year preparation process for First

Reconciliation and First Eucharist. This year is a

combination of at-home study between parent and child,

using a textbook, and community activities and prayer

services at the church. Attendance is taken at all activities

and is counted toward competition of level 1. All books

are collected at the last prayer service. All children will

visit with one of the priests and recite their prayers. They

will not be placed into level two until this is done.

Registration forms are available on line at :

School News

Congratulations to Giana Imperiale of the 7th Grade who

was awarded the John Hannigan 110 % Award for the St.

Joseph’s CYO Girls Blue Thunder Track Team. This

award is given to only one athlete who gives it his/her all.

St. Joseph’s CYO Track Team were rated #1 for Long

Island. Great job!

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Please continue to remember them in your prayers.

PFC Justin Browne PC Michael Dean Cantley

SPC Thomas E. Corcoran SGT Ryan Delaney

LTCOL Kurt Diehl SGT Stephen DiGirolamo

CPL Keith Flick RCT Michael Gabriellini

SPC Daniel Heuman SGT Steven Knight

1SGT John Krumholz SSG Stephen LeGrady

MAJ Kevin McCue PFC Edward McGinn

SGT Patrick McNally PFC William Meyer

Andy Mezador SGT Glenn Miller

SGT Daniel Montville SSGT Brian Moran

SGT James Munro LCPL Thomas Napolitano

LCPL Michael Napolitano LCPL James Neubauer

LCPL Anthony Notaroberta N/Seal Paul Padro

ENS3 Lucy Padro MAJ Paul E Pinaud

SGT Edwin Rivera, II RCT Brian Schildt

SPC James Stanek SSG Nick Vicale

SGT John Thomas Vogt

(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)

Anthony Rocco Armenia

Jenna Marie Caronna

Dominick Joseph Giovanniello

Tyler Stephen Parry

Catherine Jane Rozario

Nina Shea Simmons

Avery Tanner Tabigue


The International Planned Parenthood Federation is

asking supporters to write letters to the editor

“encouraging Pope Benedict XVI to reconsider his

dangerously outdated stances on birth control, abortion

and sexuality in order to help move the Catholic Church

into the 21st century.” The message refers to Benedict’s

“backward views” and alleges that his positions “pose a

terrible danger to the health of millions of women and

girls around the world.”

The pro-abortion group takes the pontiff

to task because “he told Catholics in the U.S.

it would be a sin” to vote for pro-abortion

candidates. International Planned

Parenthood’s suggested letter to the editor

says in part, “The pope must reconsider his

views for the sake of millions of women and

men who will suffer and may die as a result of his

opposition to birth control and condom use, in


Another group offering advice to Pope Benedict call

themselves Catholics for a Free Choice. They are

considered a dangerous group because they have shown

nothing but contempt for the Catholic Church and its

teachings on the sanctity of each human being’s life. The

American Life League is asking us to pray for their

conversion; to that end ALL led a pro-life prayer vigil

outside of Planned Parenthood’s national conference at

the Hilton, Washington, D.C., in April.

Joe Starrs. Director of ALL’s Crusade for the Defense

of Our Catholic Church has this to say: “The bottom line

is, you can’t be Catholic and pro-abortion. Individuals

who work for abortion organizations such as Planned

Parenthood play a key role in the killing of

pre-born children, and that is always wrong.”

American Life League News, 5/2005

Prayer Corner: If anyone wishes to be first, he

shall be the last of all and the servant of all.

Whoever receives one child in my name, receives

me; and whoever receives me, receives not me but

the one who sent me.

Mark 9:35,-37

Scrip Center

The summer months with family vacations and

beach trips are upon us. Don’t forget to stop in the

rectory and get all your scrip ahead of time. There is

a wide variety of scrip on hand and special orders

are usually in within the week . Enjoy your families

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Mark Your Calendars

July 10 Pack 272 Car Wash

July 11 Baptism Prep Class 8PM

July 20 - 24 10th Annual Family Festival

August 1 Rosary (on the lawn) 7PM

August 8 Blood Drive 3:30-9PM

August 8 Rosary (on the lawn) 7PM

***** Office Closing *****

The rectory office will be closed for

the July 4th holiday. We will re-open

Tuesday morning at 9AM.

Get your car really dirty

this week so you get your

money's worth at the Cub

Scout Pack 272 Car Wash

after the morning Masses

next Sunday, July 10th!

St Joseph’s School

We have openings for

Nursery and Pre-K


Our Nursery School

program is offered 2

days a week for

children 3 years of


The Pre-K program is

either a 3 or 5 day

program for children

4 years of age.

For more information call 588-4760.

Catholic Ministries Appeal 2005

Heather is one of five siblings who

spent much of their young lives

moving from one welfare motel room

to another before they were placed in

foster homes. When Heather became

pregnant, she was put out of her foster

home and had nowhere to turn for help

until she entered Regina Residence.

She is now the mother of a very active,

eight-month-old daughter she loves

very much. Heather finds that being at

Regina Residence, as a new mother,

gives her the opportunity to give her

baby and herself a warm, safe place to

live and thrive. A bright student,

Heather has written poetry and was a

finalist in this year’s Respect Life

contest. She hopes to receive her high

school diploma in 2005 but that will

not be easy for her with her new

responsibilities. Along with having her

daughter to care for, she needs to

double up on many courses because

she was not always able to attend

school during the years that she lived

in welfare motels. She wants to

continue her education after graduating

and would like to become either a

registered nurse or a fashion designer.

She wants to be able to give her

daughter the privileges and security

she did not have when she was

growing up.

Regina Residence runs a wonderful

program for expectant or new mothers

and their babies. In a meticulously

kept, ten-bedroom house in Merrick,

six new mothers and their babies are

presently living along with three young

women expecting babies. The allfemale

staff, headed by Kathleen Ryan,

program administrator, share the duties

of caring for these residents, 24 hours a

day, making sure they keep all their

appointments and overseeing the teenage

mothers and mothers-to-be as they

cook, clean and do laundry, and learn

the parenting and homemaking skills

they will need once they are on their

own. Every evening they sit down

together to a dinner they have

prepared. This event is one that is

somewhat unusual for many of the

residents; most of whom come from

broken or foster homes and may not

have experienced family life before

coming to Regina Residence.

All the residents and their children

attend the Nassau County BOCES

TAP program (Teenage Parenting

Program) in Seaford, where they

continue their high school education

and learn to become responsible,

competent mothers. If they have earned

their high school diploma, they begin

vocational training to prepare

themselves for a successful future.

There is almost always a waiting list

for this facility in Nassau County run

by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of

Rockville Centre. We must provide a

life for these young girls who have

chosen to keep and love the young life

they now care for.

Heather and her daughter, as well as

the other young mothers, are grateful

for the assistance they receive. This is

only one program of Catholic Charities

that the Catholic Ministries Appeal

helps to fund through your generous

support of the diocese’s annual appeal.

© Copyright The Long Island Catholic

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:

Pledge: $ _________ Initial Payment: $ ________ Balance: $ _______

Thank you for your support. Please make checks payable to: Catholic Ministries Appeal

Name: ______________________________________________________

Address: ____________________________________________________

City_____________________________ State ____ Zip __________

This form can be returned to St Joseph Rectory or put in an envelope and placed in the Sunday collection.

We thank you for your support.

A Guide to Giving

Pledge 10 Payments

$ 300 $ 30

500 50

1,000 100

1,500 150

2,500 250

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St. Joseph R. C. Church’s




Church Street, Ronkonkoma

2005 Limited Raffle

JULY 24, 2005

First Prize : $5,000

Second Prize : $2,000

Only 1250 Tickets

$20.00 each

2 Early Bird Drawings Left for $100

for those with tickets by: July 3rd & July 17th

Please send me _____ tickets for the 2005 Limited Raffle. I am enclosing $20 for each ticket.

Name: ______________________________________________________________________

Address: ____________________________________________________________________

Town: ______________________________ State ___________ Zip: _________________

Phone: (______) _______ - _____________

Around The Parish

Atlantic City Trip - On Saturday, July 23rd, St Regis Knights of Columbus will sponsor a bus trip to the Tropicana

Casino in Atlantic City. We will be meeting at the council at 8AM for a Continental Breakfast of coffee, juice and cake.

The bus will be departing at 9AM and leaving to return home at 6:30PM. The cost is $30 per person with a return of

about $5 each. There are no refunds. Everyone is invited - bring a friend or neighbor. This is a fundraiser for the

St Patrick’s Day Parade. For more information please call Mo Maloney at 981-7759.

Courtesy Announcements

Blood Drive - Holy Cross Parish will hold its annual Blood Drive on Tuesday, July 19 between 3:00 and 8PM. For

more information, or to make an appointment, please call Outreach at 265-2200.

Mass for individuals in 12 Step Recovery Programs will be celebrated for the individuals,

their families and friends involved in any 12 Step Program on Sunday, July 3rd at 7 PM at

St John Nepomucene Church in Bohemia. An 11th Step meeting will follow in the lower

level of the Church. For more information call Fr Kevin Gruber at 589-0540.

Summer Reading & Math Tutoring Program - the Catholic Learning Center’s 32nd

Annual Summer Reading and Math Tutoring Program will take place at St Gerard in Port

Jefferson Station. Children from grades 1-8 will be tutored by certified teachers in small

groups of 10 or fewer students for 30 hours of uninterrupted learning. The modest fee

includes testing, materials, and parent conferences. Call the Catholic Learning Center for

registration or information at 631-821-2442.

Adult Education program at the Joseph M Barton District Building in Smithtown is

providing English as a Second Language classes, High School Equivalency

Preparation and a Senior Citizen class for adults during the day and evening. The

courses are federally funded and free to all Suffolk residents. For more information

please call 631-382-2181.

Family, Marriage and Individual Therapy is available at The Catholic Counseling

Center. Professional therapy, provided by New York State licensed or certified therapists,

is available to our parish. Most insurance policies are honored. Confidential information

and appointments are available by calling Dr.Giuliani at 631-243-2503.

The Sisters of St Joseph will begin their celebration of their 150th Anniversary in September of this year. The

sisters have served the dioceses of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre for all those years and invite us to join in a

Gala Dinner Dance at the Garden City Hotel on Thursday, October 27,2005. For additional information on this

and other events of the Jubilee Year, please contact Mary Ann Crimmins, CSJ at 631-273-1187 ext 25 or you

can e-mail her at

Secular Franciscan Day of Recollection will be held on Saturday, August 20th from 9:30 AM to 3 PM at the

Shrine of Our Lady of the Island, presented by St Lawrence of Brindisi Fraternity. The Director will be Fr

Matthias Wesnofske OFM,CAP. The cost is $10 per person. Come join us !!!

Our Lady of Grace Center, Manhasset ( offers days and evenings of prayer, weekend

retreats, holistic spirituality and wellness services and workshops, space for groups to meet, and a hermitage

for private days of prayer. For brochure call 516-627-9255.

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Serengeti Track

“Where Children are Wild about God”

July 25th - 29th 9:30 - 12 Noon

Fee: $50 one child, $60 family of 2, $ 120 family of 3 or more

Volunteers over the age of 14 needed

For registration or to volunteer contact the Rectory or Religious Education Office


St Joseph’s CYO is NOT ON VACATION, we are hard at work

planning activities for you and your children to enjoy this summer:

SOCCER CAMP - July 11-15 & 18-22 at Ronkonkoma Middle

School. Please call Rich @ 874-0550 or Cathy @ 588-1879.

BASEBALL CAMP - August 1-5 & 8-12 at Slocum Elementary School.

Please call Henry @ 676-6347 or Cathy @ 588-1879 for more information.

Don’t forget to look for our information table at THE FAMILY FESTIVAL, July 20-24.

Not only will we have registration forms available for our fall and winter programs, but we

will also be selling tickets for CYO BBQ NIGHT, Friday, September 2 at the LI DUCKS/

Citibank Park. Call Henry @ 676-6347 or Cathy @ 588-1879 for tickets and more

information. All seats are $25 which includes BBQ food items, beverages and admission to the


10t h ANNUAL


JULY 20 to 24

Wed & Thurs. 7 to 10:30 pm

Fri. 7 to 11 pm

Sat. 6 to 11 pm

Sun. 6 to 10 pm

Thurs. & Sun



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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

baskets that are 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 ��676-6347

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!!!

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