MASS INTENTIONS Sunday, July 24, Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7:00 For Our Beloved Dead

9:00 Deceased Members of St Regis Knights of Columbus &


10:30 Dominic D.Angelis requested by Loving Wife

10:30 John Grega requested by Maureen Cestare

12:00 Lorraine Scharff requested by Judy & Eddie Spahn

12:00 SP4 Matthew Curtis DiNardo requested by

Loving Family

5:00 Joseph Marchica requested by Kathleen Roach

5:00 Madeline Garcynski requested by Jeannine Bruno

Monday, July 25, St James

7:00 Florence Booy requested by John & Anne Farkas

7:00 Josephine Ptaszynski requested by Lori Grinius

9:00 Dorothy Cannone requested by Venture Crew # 777

9:00 Stephen Walsh requested by Marie & Joe Califano

Tuesday, July 26, Sts Joachim & Anne

7:00 Antonio Falcone requested by The Balance Family

7:00 Ernie Miller requested by Al Avisata & Family

9:00 Stanley Kwiathouski requested by Loving Family

9:00 Susan LaPuma requested by John & Edna Carroll

Wednesday, July 27

7:00 Michael Lisniewski requested by

Anna & John Impellizzeri

7:00 Josephine Ptaszynski requested by The Oliva Family

9:00 Louis J Cardi requested by Quality @ Genmech

9:00 Joseph Riscica requested by Kenneth Hoeber

Thursday, July 28

7:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

9:00 Grace Schneberger requested by

Loving Husband & Family

Friday, July 29, St Martha

7:00 James J Reilly requested by Loving Family

9:00 In Thanksgiving to St Jude & St Anthony requested by

Rose Kearns

Saturday, July 30, St Peter Chrysologus

8:00 For the Intentions of the Celebrant

Anticipated Mass for Sunday

5:00 Lynn Motta requested by Joseph & Janet Sheldrick

5:00 Jeremiah McCarthy requested by Arthur & June Mayrose

Sunday, July 31, Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7:00 Mary Fee requested by Robert & Elaine Tenaglia

7:00 For the People of the Parish

9:00 Roger J Lamm requested by Loving Wife

9:00 Patricia Seton-Harris requested by Diane Staufenberg

10:30 Julia Patanella requested by Connetquot Para Educators

10:30 Daniel P Henderson requested by Dennis Gandley

12:00 Tom McGrann requested by Loving Family

12:00 Chris Singer requested by Paula Prekelezovic

5:00 John Burnett requested by Loving Wife & Family

5:00 Ralph Concepcion requested by

John, Susan & Nichole McDowell

5:00 Mrs Anna Russo requested by Camille Vicale






Joseph J Cannella, Margaret Hoyer, our deceased soldiers and all

of our deceased relatives and friends.


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

Michael Ambrosio Maureen Borden Oliver Bouchard

Mary Ellen Bowers Emmanuel Coby Fr James Costello

Angelina DeSimone Olivia Marie Devine Anna Dorney

Geraldine DuBritz Maggie Errico Robert Filce

Maria Goncalves Catherine Gracey Jack Kelleher

Helen Kwiathouski Georgiana Lopez Anita Louise

Dominick Mariano Elizabeth Mauro Allison McAteer

Maureen McCann Josephine Mileto Tom Nanry

Timothy M Nigro Vincent Palladino Edward Percesepe

Grace C Peshkur Joseph Poirot Joan A Reilly

Barbara Rooney Rose Russo Joyce Ryan

Lorraine Schaffer Sharon Schneider Marie Schwind

Lorraine Stiefel 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 Thomas 5:00 pm Fr Boyle

Fr Thomas 7:00 am Fr Boyle

Fr Boyle 9:00 am Fr Thomas

Fr Maffeo 10:30 am Fr Liu

Fr Liu 12:00 pm Fr Maffeo

Fr Maffeo 5:00 pm Fr Thomas

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The gifts offered at our Masses this


Are Donated in Honor of

Joseph Carnovale

Requested by

Mrs Phyllis Dinatale


In today.s first reading, Solomon asks for an

understanding heart that he might distinguish right from

wrong and govern the people justly. God is pleased with

his request. In the Gospel, Jesus describes heaven as a

treasure or a pearl of great price. Paul reminds the

Romans that God.s love calls them to conform to the

image of Christ.

that all could be saved.

But in order for us to be saved, we must accept

salvation, we must chose to accept God.s gifts

and put them into practice. So now the question

put before us is two-fold (meaning that) not only

are we going to be asked what gifts we will desire,

but also how open will we be to seeking and

accepting the Kingdom of God? How do we keep

open to God.s Kingdom? It.s not as hard as it may

seem. All we have to do is try to see God in

others, work for the good of others and be

instruments of God.s peace, mercy, forgiveness,

and love. Of course we do not do this alone we

do it through the grace of the Holy Spirit and

through all of us working together as Christ Living

Body, The Church!

Tonight (Sunday) is the last day of Summer

Family Festival and what a great time we have

had so far! Tonight is the grand drawing of the

Limited Raffle and its grand prize of $5,000.

There are of course the other raffles and the

Football Pool, which was a big hit last year.

That.s right we have been selling the Football Pool

Envelopes at the Festival and will continue to sell

them for this year.s NFL Season. They are still

the low price of only $5 an envelope. Buy as

many as you like, for the more, you buy the

greater the chances of winning and you help

St. Joseph.s.

Don.t forget the Parish Blood Drive on

Monday, August 8th in Carew Hall. Also, don.t

forget the Monday Evenings of Prayer on the

Rectory Lawn at 7 PM. This will happen rain or

shine, for in the event of rain, we will move into

the Church and fellowship will happen afterward in

the Church Lobby. So, bring your lawn chair,

some dessert and join your parish family for

prayer and friendship!

Let us close with these reflection questions:

The Kingdom of Heaven is like.Create your own

parable: What would you say the kingdom of

heaven is like? What have you asked God for in

your life? How has God answered your prayer?

What are you asking for now?

God bless you always

Fr. Mike

Most of us have heard the story of Aladdin and

his magic lamp, and all he had to do was rub it and

the Genie would come out of it and grant him 3

wishes. I am sure there are times you have

wondered what you would ask for if you were given

the same opportunity. However, you must

remember that you can.t make your third wish,

three more wishes. In today.s first reading form

the First Book of Kings, we see something far

greater than Aladdin and his lamp! We see the

Lord of all things offering His servant Solomon one

wish, but not so much a wish as a gift that God the

Father is willing to bestow upon His child Solomon.

What would you ask of God? What choice would

you make? Would it be long life and health, or

perhaps unlimited wealth and security or something

else? What would it be? Well believe it or not, God

asks us this question every day-What can I give

you, but it can only be what is truly good for you,

those who you love, and the Church/world as a

whole. So now, what gift would you ask God to

bestow on you? I do believe that the

answer to that question is indeed different for each

of us, and it would depend on our situation and our

state in life, and what God has called us to do in

this life. It is indeed something to think about,

however, in our pondering we should remember the

answer that Solomon gave God and perhaps use it

as a guide.

Solomon did not ask for long life or riches, no,

he asked God for the Wisdom, Strength, and

Knowledge to rule over God.s people. He truly

wants to do what is right for the people, and he

wants to do what God wants done. God greatly

credits Solomon for this and gives him so much

wisdom that the only one who surpasses him is

none other than our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

This week we again see the Wisdom of Christ

coming out as we see another Parable-this week.s

deal with what the Kingdom of God can be

compared to. The examples given show us how we

should prize and seek the Kingdom over all things.

The Kingdom is like a great catch for a fisherman,

or a pearl of great price for a merchant, or

finding a buried treasure in a field that you will

sell everything you own to buy this field and its

treasure. Jesus tells us, this is what we must do, or

we might find ourselves on the wrong path and not

being counted among the righteous. We must

remember that God sent Jesus into the world so

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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.


.The law of Your mouth is to me more precious

than thousands of gold and silver pieces,. says the

Psalmist today. Does the amount of my offering

reflect the same conviction?

Weekly Offering

591 Envelopes $ 11,266

Loose collection 3,465

Total Last Sunday $14,731

Weekly Operating Expenses 21,250

Weekly Excess/(Debt) (6,699)

Same Sunday last year 14,209

Poor Box last weekend $233

Parish Outreach

Our thanks to all who so generously donated toiletries

and paper goods recently. We have the best parishioners!

PREGNANCY CRISIS HOTLINE - We are here to help

you. Please call 981-6888.

Banns of Marriage

( Third 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

Gianna Tringali of Immaculate Conception and

Brian Cozzali of St Joseph.s

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


Sacrament Readiness I

This program is designed for the children who have not

yet received any formal religious instruction and have

passed the age of seven. The children will be introduced

to their faith. This is the first part of a two-year program

that will prepare the children to receive the Sacraments of

Reconciliation and Eucharist. All children will visit with

one of the priests and recite their prayers. They will not

be placed in Sacrament Readiness II until this is done.

Sacrament Readiness II

This is the second year following the completion of

Sacrament Readiness I. The children will receive the

Sacrament of Reconciliation in mid-year and First

Eucharist at the end of the term. After completion of

this level they will be placed in an appropriate class to

prepare for Sacrament of Confirmation.

Registration forms are available on line at :

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Please continue to remember them in your prayers.

CPL Deborah Alfieri PFC Justin Browne

PC Michael Dean Cantley SPC Thomas E. Corcoran

SGT Ryan Delaney LTCOL Kurt Diehl

SGT Stephen Gene DiGirolamo CPL Keith Flick

RCT Michael Gabriellini SPC Daniel Heuman

SGT John W Keohane 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

N/Seal Paul Padro ENS3 Lucy Padro

MAJ Paul E Pinaud SGT Edwin Rivera, II

SSGT Jason Schiavo 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)


In his very enlightening article in the LI Catholic of

July 13th, George Weigel, an author and columnist tuned

in to the rights and wrongs of the stem cell debate,

offered this: .If your representative is on the list of those

who voted to provide federal funding for embryodestructive

stem cell research, even though the U.S.

Conference of Catholic Bishops had made clear that this

issue involved fundamental issues of justice, take some

time this summer to write him or her a letter demanding

answers to questions such as:

--Why did you support legislation that for the first time in

American history requires the federal government to

promote and support the destruction of innocent human


--Why did you vote for a bill that tramples on the moral

convictions of the majority of the American people who

do not favor embryo-destructive stem cell research?

--Why did you vote for a bill that deflects scientists.

attention from forms of stem cell research that have

already shown great promise, or may show such promise

in the future? Were you aware that, to date, not a single

therapeutic application has been derived from embryonic

stem cell research, while miracles of biblical proportions

. the blind recovering their sight, the lame walking- are

being performed with therapies using adult stem cells and

stem cells from cord blood?

--Why did you vote for H.R. 810 when the President.s

Council on Bioethics reports there may be ways to create

the kind of .pluripotent. stem cells sought by scientists

without destroying embryos in the process?

--Why did you vote for embryo-destructive stem cell

research while knowing that this practice will strengthen

pressures for cloning, against which the United States has

no federal legal barrier today? (And if you didn.t know

this, why didn.t you?).

It.s interesting to note that among those voting for the

passage of this bill, 73 Catholic representatives- 57% of

the Catholics in the House- did so even though they knew

they were voting to spend taxpayer dollars to destroy

human life for research purposes. Among those

representatives were the following from New York State:

Joseph Crowley; Vito Fossella; Brian Higgins; Carolyn

McCarthy; Michael McNulty; Charles Rangel; John

Sweeney; and Nydia Velasquez.

About George Weigel: The man was granted

unprecedented access to Pope John Paul II and the people

who knew him in order to write Witness to Hope, a

biography of the Pope, in 1999. He is a Roman Catholic

theologian and a leading commentator on religion and

public life.

The August issue of LIFE NEWS will be made ready

for mailing on Saturday, July 30th. If you can give us

some time, please come down to the Old School Gym,

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Mark Your Calendars

July 20 - 24 Family Festival

August 1 Rosary (on the lawn) 7PM

August 6 Defensive Driving Course

8:30 - 3:00 Carew Hall

August 8 Blood Drive 3:30-9PM

August 8 Rosary (on the lawn) 7PM

St Joseph.s School

The students of St Joseph School

would like to thank the parish family

For helping us with our Box Tops

collection this past school year. We

earned $1963.02, of which the parish

collected $245.40. This was a great

help to the school!

We are already collecting for the

.05-.06 school year, so please keep

those box tops coming. They can be

left at the rectory or dropped in the

Sunday collection basket. There are also other contests

being held for chances to win bonus Box Tops for our

school. Please visit for all

the details and become a Booster Club member while at it. Each new Booster Club member will earn our

school 5 bonus box tops. Thank you for your support.

Limited Raffle

The results are in and we have a


Janece Guerra has won the

Fourth Early Bird drawing for $100. Congratulations

Janece! You can be a winner too. Purchase

your raffle ticket for $20, the grand prize drawing

is on July 24th. gotta be in it to win it!!

Gabrielle Lee Aiello

Kaitlyn Nicole Bates

Courtney Susan Defontes

Patrice Dubois

Justin Michael Ghabrial

Russell Patrick O.Brien

Alexandria Marilyn Pearson

Jordyn Renee Velez



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.

For registration contact the Rectory or Religious Education Office.

Catholic Ministries Appeal 2005

St. Joseph.s by the


Goal $74,800.

Pledged 52,798.

Percentage of Goal

70.6 %

Our thanks to all have made

a pledge the Catholic

Ministries Appeal and to

those who are still planning

to. Your generous gift

enables our parish and

diocese help those in need

on Long Island. The work

of the church is able to

continue because of your

support and we look forward

to the future with great

optimism because of your


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.

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



Was a success this year due in no small part to our sponsors.

Please join us in thanking them for their support.

Alan C. Fricke Memorials Inc. American Legion American Office Supply

Barbara Mickelson & Evelyn Batt 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 Collision Hilton Garden Inn Lake Auto Service

Long Island Ace Hardware Lyon Tree Service Ltd Maid Brigade

Moloney Funeral Homes Msgr Francis Midura Okey Dokey

Outback Steak House Pop's Deli 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




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Around The Parish

Defensive Driving Course will take place on Saturday, August 6th from 8:30 AM to 3 PM in Carew

Hall. The cost is $45 per person and reservations can be made by calling the Rectory

Office at 588-8456.

Volunteers are needed for Vacation Bible school - we are in need of more

adults and teens - anyone interested please call Mary Lou at 981-9314 and leave your

name and phone number.

Courtesy Announcements

Ronkonkoma Cenacle is looking for volunteer drivers for August 27-30th & September 7-10th

to take groups to and from Islip MacArthur Airport. Interested volunteers please call 471-0024.

The Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe will arrive at the host parish of St John

Nepomucene in Bohemia on August 12 and will visit churches, a shrine, abortion clinics, and

nursing homes until departure on August 23. For more information about the visitation, contact

Carole Perez at 567-4808. The visitation schedule will be posted in the Rectory lobby.

St Joseph the Worker is celebrating their 50th Jubilee Anniversary as a parish and are

having a reunion of all students of the former St Joseph the Worker School on Saturday, October

1 at the 5:30 Mass with a reception to follow. If you or someone you know attended classes at the

school please call 758-6061 or 654-0379.

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.

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 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 & appointments are available by calling Dr.Giuliani -243-2503.

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.

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.

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Religious Education Center

2005/2006 Calendar

Late Registration- info and forms

.Pennies From Heaven.

Help raise money for the WALK FM KIDS CAMPAIGN

Give all of your pennies that you have been saving to a worthwhile cause.

As we begin the summer thinking of the beach, pool parties and barbeques, we

need to remember those children who are less fortunate. Our children look

forward to summer vacation, but children less fortunate look forward to school

starting again so that they will have a place to go, friends to play with and healthy

food to eat. Please, give those pennies or other spare change to a most needed

cause. 100% of your donations will go directly to the WALK FM KIDS



Your pennies will be collected in the lobby of the church as you leave Mass.

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


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:

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 game.

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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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