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

Monday, July 11, St Benedict

7:00 Robert Celentano Jr requested by Jeff & Lorraine Witt

7:00 Catherine McMenamin requested by

The McMenamin Family

9:00 Mark Kurmatowski Jr requested by Loving Family

9:00 Dorothy Holcobe requested by The Weitzenberg Family

Tuesday, July 12

7:00 Robert Menze requested by Corazon Gamboa

9:00 Jean D’Abramo requested by Bonnie & Louis Cozza

9:00 Walter Lyons requested by

Bill Demerest & Suzanne Vicente

Wednesday, July 13

7:00 Mary Elizabeth Schneider requested by

Cousins Rich & Dolly

9:00 Ann & Pete Moscato requested by Marie & George Hunt

9:00 Lucille Riccardo requested by The Veltry Family

Thursday, July 14, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha

7:00 Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Mark Kurmatowski Jr requested by Loving Family

Friday, July 15, St Bonaventure

7:00 Kathy Rooney requested by Judy Moore

9:00 Conrad Scanlon requested by Loving Family

Saturday, July 16, Our Lady of Mt Carmel

8:00 Helen Kwiathouski (living) requested by

Loving Daughter & Family

8:00 Lorraine Schaffer (living) requested by

Loving Sister & Family

Anticipated Mass for Sunday

5:00 Maryann Pollier requested by Kim & Scott Averill

5:00 Natalie Lombardo requested by Claudia & Frank Tantone

Sunday, July 17, Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7:00 Julia & Albert DiGennaro requested by Loving Family

7:00 Joseph Carnovale requested by Joseph Dinatale

9:00 Cathy Savage requested by The 9:00 Choir

9:00 Catherine Savage requested by Linda & Joe Savage

10:30 Lily Scuccimari requested by Mr & Mrs Restivo

10:30 An End to Abortion requested by Respect Life Committee

12:00 Pasquale Muscolo requested by The Arnold Family

12:00 Patricia Mosca requested by Patricia & Bruce Kalbfleisch

12:00 Matthew DiNardo requested by Mr & Mrs Edward Gabriel

5:00 For the People of the Parish

5:00 Garrison Murphy requested by The Witt Family

5:00 Donald McCarthy requested by Karen Dunphy






Carlo Zitelli, Rita Carter, Kathleen McGoldrick, Arthur Planken,

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 Edward Percesepe

Grace C Peshkur Bari Pizzurro Arthur Plouffe

Joan A Reilly Ralph Rivellese Barbara Rooney

Rose Russo Joyce Ryan Lorraine Schaffer

Sharon Schneider Antonina Sturiano Stacie Tizzard

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 Liu 5:00 pm Fr Boyle

Fr Liu 7:00 am Fr Maffeo

Fr Thomas 9:00 am Fr Liu

Fr Maffeo 10:30 am Fr Thomas

Fr Thomas 12:00 pm Fr Maffeo

Fr Maffeo 5:00 pm Fr Boyle

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The gifts offered at our Masses this


Are Donated in Honor of

Our Troops In Iraq

Requested by

Phil & Gerry LePage


Speaking through Isaiah, God tells of the power of His

word to do His will upon the earth. Through a parable,

Jesus teaches the crowd that the word of God is planted in

the rich soil of the faithful so as to bear abundant fruit.

Paul writes that all of creation awaits the abundant harvest

of freedom that will shine forth in the lives of God’s


Mark your calendars for the Monday Evenings of

Prayer and Fellowship on the Rectory Lawn at 7 PM.

Bring your Rosaries, a Lawn Chair, and perhaps a

nice dessert to share with your parish family. See

you there!

Special thanks to Mr. Thomas Waring for

donating his time and talents to the parish by putting

up the new wooden fence by the School Yard,

Religious Education, and Parish Outreach. Thanks,

to the whole Waring family for all they do for St.

Joseph’s. This certainly one of the ways that we get

things done here, and that’s what makes St. Joseph’s

such a special place.

Let us close with these questions: In terms of

finding God, when has your life seemed filled with

particularly good soil? How did you respond?

When has it seem particularly rocky? How did

you respond?

God Bless you always.

Fr. Mike

P.S. Don’t forget the Parish Blood Drive Coming up

in August!

Our Festival Supporters

Alan C. Fricke Memorials Inc. American Legion

American Office Supply Bank of New York

Cancos Tile Corporation Chiarelli Religious Goods

Curves for Women D.P. Murphy Co., Inc.

Dr John S Valente Dr. Louis Lupinacci

Earthrite Textile Recycling Greg & Bill's Auto

Hilton Garden Inn Lake Auto Service

Long Island Ace Hardware Lyon Tree Service Ltd

Maid Brigade Moloney Funeral Homes

Okey Dokey Outback Steak House

Ronkonkoma Plumbing Supply Sachem Building Supply

Shirley Auto Body Inc Skee Containers & Fuel

St. Joseph CYO St. Regis Council

Tantone & Gulotta Villa Lombardi

Weber Funeral Homes Z & J News Service

Here we are just 2 weeks out of school, and we are

being taught again, but this time the teacher is Jesusnot

bad. The Divine Teacher is speaking directly to

our hearts in the form of Parables. God’s word for

those who will listen will accomplish all that God

wants it to achieve, as we see in the reading from

Isaiah. “…so shall my word be that goes forth from my

mouth; my word shall not return to me void, but shall

do my will, achieving the end for which I sent it.”

Perhaps there are times you have asked, like the

disciples, why can’t Jesus speak plainly? Why does He

speak in Parables? Well it all goes to what God

intends for His word, or better yet, who God intends to

act upon His word! For anyone who has ears should

listen and realize that Jesus’ Parables are more than

just interesting stories, for they contain so much more.

For the parables reveal the Reign of God as a mystery,

and God’s mysteries are not to be explained in prose

that will render them commonplace and be ignored by

people, nor are they to be in such esoteric language

that they are too hard to understand. No, the parable

invites us to see God in the familiar rounds of daily

life, as in the sowing of seeds, and to contemplate

quietly until the commonplace awakens our minds and

hearts to the wonder of the mystery and deepen our


Now the parables are explained to the disciples (and

in turn us) because they (and hopefully us) have

already accepted the invitation to follow Jesus. With

this acceptance, comes the gift of grace that enables

them (us) to explore and understand the deeper

significance-“blessed are your eyes because they see,

and your ears because they hear.”

Just 10 More Days Until the 10th Summer Family

Festival, and we certainly would like to thank the

many local businesses that donated prizes, services, or

sponsored booths, rides, and even whole nights. They

have helped us a great deal in making the Festival a

success. Please thank them for their generous gift to

St. Joseph’s by patronizing them. Thanks, to all who

have volunteered to help at the Festival-we could not

do it without you! There are still Limited Raffle

Tickets available and don’t forget the many Basket

Raffles and so much more… Come out and support

the Festival/ St. Joseph’s and come out and have a

good time. Come early and come often! Remember

the Festival is one of the main fund/fun raisers for the

Parish-so we need your help.

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May our stewardship of time , talent, material

possessions and all of our God given gifts show us to

be among those who have heard the message of

Christ and taken it in, yielding a hundred or sixty or

thirty fold!

Weekly Offering

575 Envelopes $ 12,364

Loose collection 2,081

Total Last Sunday $14,445

Weekly Operating Expenses 21,250

Weekly Excess/(Debt) (6,805)

Same Sunday last year 14,840

Poor Box last weekend $280

Mission Appeal $ 852

Parish Outreach

For the month of June we serviced 168 clients.

Financial assistance amounted to $2,509.95. There were

17 new clients added and total services and referrals

provided were 357. This included food, living needs,

Health Care information, advocacy and housing. Your

continued support of the Outreach Program makes all of

this possible. Thank you.

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


This week we will touch on a new program which we

have it is called Pre Eucharist Program, this

program was created for those students who were unable

to complete level 1. Prayer formation and spirituality will

be the objective of this class.

Registration forms are available on line at :


The summer inquiry schedule is as


Meetings on 2nd & 4th Thursdays

of June, July, August and


from 7:30 - 8:30 in the

Rectory basement meeting room.

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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)

Farah Susanne Amarando

Anthony Robert Daniels

Liam Connor Flaherty

Emma Frances Haas

Grace Barbara Iadanza

Amber Leigh Wilken


On June 22nd the New York State Senate voted 34 to

27 in favor of bill number A.116/S.3661 which would

allow the unfettered distribution of “emergency

contraception” to any female regardless of age or health

condition and without a prescription. These high-dose

birth control pills not only prevent conception, but can act

as an abortifacient. As of this writing the bill has not yet

been sent to the Governor’s office for his signature.

The Respect Life Office of the Diocese of

Rockville Centre is requesting that everyone

contact Governor Pataki and urge him to veto

bill number A.116/S.3661.

Contact Governor Pataki: E-mail – Click “contact the

Governor” on left menu. Or you may telephone him at:

518-474-8390. Write the Governor at: Executive

Chamber, State Capitol, 2nd floor, Albany NY 12223.

Please send a copy of your correspondence to: Richard

Platkin, Esq., Counsel to the Governor.

Following are a few “talking points” for when you

speak or write to the Governor:

*In 2004 the FDA ruled that the morning-after pill should

not be distributed without a prescription and declined a

request to allow the drugs to be soldover the counter.

Why should the NYS legislature encourage greater access

to the drugs than the FDA?

*Emergency contraceptives can either prevent

fertilization or destroy an already fertilized egg, thereby

causing, in effect, an early abortion.

*The bill will undermine families by allowing school

nurses and drugstore pharmacists to dispense these drugs

without parental approval or guidance. Any 14-year-old

child could obtain the pills without a physician’s exam or


Marketing these drugs as “contraception” only is false

advertising and denies women informed consent. Women

deserve to know that these pills can either prevent

pregnancy or destroy a developing embryo.

Source: NYS Catholic Conference

Limited Raffle

The results are in and we have a


Edna Carroll has won the third

Early Bird drawing for $100. Congratulations

Edna! You can be a

winner too. Purchase your raffle

ticket for $20 - the sooner the better - and you will be

entered in the Early Bird Drawing on July 17th as well

as the main drawing on July 24th. You’ve gotta be in it

to win it!!

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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

Banns of Marriage

( First Time)

Michelle Falsetta of St Joseph’s and

Edward Becker of Good Shepherd

Mary Kate Prigge of St Joseph’s and

Frederick Hausmann of St Margaret’s of Scotland

Jo Ann Tavano of St Joseph’s and

Peder Foss of St Elizabeth Ann Seton

Madeline Inserra of St Joseph’s and

Leonard Campione of Good Shepherd

Kimberly Bilello of Holbrook and

John Povey Jr of St Joseph’s

Karla Manzueta and Michael SanGiovanni

both of St Joseph’s

Deanna Iorio of Good Shepherd and

Timothy Kelly of Our Lady of Visitation

Gina Olkuski of St Joseph’s and

Ross Castaldo of St Patrick’s

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 age.

The Pre-K program is

either a 3 or 5 day program

for children 4 years old.

For more information call


Catholic Ministries Appeal 2005

Like the veteran star of school

plays that she is, 11-year-old

Soraya Navia of St. Brigid’s in

Westbury spoke eloquently at

Masses last weekend on behalf of

the Catholic Ministries Appeal.

Many in the diocese would

instantly recognize Soraya. As the

“Poster girl” for the Appeal, her

picture, beaming with enthusiasm,

appears on the cover of all Appeal

brochures. With confidence and

feeling, she reminded the

congregation of all the good that’s

accomplished by the Catholic

Ministries Appeal, including the

ministries of Catholic Charities,

Catholic education, priestly

formation and local parish aid. In

particular, she encouraged support

for seniors, poor children and,

close to home, much-needed

repairs at St. Brigid’s. St. Brigid’s

is still embarking on an all-out

effort to reach and surpass its

Appeal goal. If the enthusiastic

applause that greeted Soraya’s

superb performance is any

indication, St. Brigid’s campaign

is sure to succeed.

St. Joseph’s by the


Goal $74,800.

Pledged 50,413.

Percentage of Goal

67.4 %

Soraya herself is a perfect

example of the excellence our

Catholic schools foster. A student

at St. Brigid’s elementary school,

she will be entering the sixth

grade in September. Her dream,

not surprisingly, is a career in the

performing arts. Her father, a

college professor, and her mother,

a teacher and highly regarded

professional translator, knew the

value of a top notch education and

chose the Catholic school system,

not only for Soraya, but also for

her three older sisters, now all

enjoying successful careers.

Your support of the Catholic

Ministries Appeal helps the many

worthwhile programs that Soraya

spoke of to continue, so that the

poorest and most vulnerable on

Long Island can live better lives.

Please give as generously as you

can to the Appeal. You can

support the Catholic Ministries

Appeal by calling 516-379-5210

ext. 2.

© 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

St. Joseph School

Visit teacher pages for summer reading lists,

summer news, and back to school supply lists.

Shop early and take advantage of the sales.

Religious Education Center 2005/2006 Calendar

Late Registration- info and forms

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-


The 37th Annual Long Island Feis will be held on Sunday, August 7th beginning at 9AM at

The Student Activities Center Stony Brook University. Admission is Adults $10, Children and

parking free. Competitions in the Irish Arts. Step Dancing, Art, Singing, Irish Language and

Irish Soda Bread Competition. Vendors of Irish Wares 9 AM to 5PM.

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-


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 !!!

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Cub Pack 272

Today (Sunday)

Please Help

Evan McAteer ‘s (a kindergarten student at St Joseph’s) aunt, Allison

McAteer, is very sick. She is an elementary Teacher Assistant and not married.

Unfortunately, she also has no medical insurance coverage. Financially she just

makes ends meet. She has two neurological disorders, Syringomyelia and Chiari

Malformation. Surgery is necessary to treat this condition. The procedure involves

removing a piece of the skull in the back of the head near the bottom (craniectomy).

Having to go through this ordeal is difficult enough but the financial burden that it

is creating is almost too much to bear.

Evan’s family is trying to raise funds to help defray some of her medical

expenses. They would appreciate any donation which will go toward the cost of her

medical care. They are very concerned and hope that you will keep her and the

family in your prayers.

Any donations should be made directly to Katherine Yamaguchi (her sister in

law) and dropped off either at the church or rectory. You may also mail it directly to

Katherine Yamaguchi at 38 West Court Drive, Centereach, NY 11720


The McAteer Family


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




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. Please call Mary Lou at 981-9314.

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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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