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SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011 7:30 A.M. Vincent J. Russo 8:45 A.M. Donald Knag 10:00 A.M. Father's Day 11:30 A.M. Michael L. John Matera (26th Anniversary) 1:00 P.M. Intentions of Parishioners MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 8:00 A.M. Father's Day TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011 8:00 A.M. Father's Day WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 8:00 A.M. Father's Day THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 8:00 A.M. Father's Day FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011 8:00 A.M. Father's Day SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2011 8:00 A.M. Father's Day, Frank A. Loverso (6th Anniversary), Joseph Madden (1st Anniversary), Fannie & Steve Bevacqua, Paul Contorno, Dorothy Morano, Margaret Sheridan (Living), Peter Gallagher, Gerardo Manniello, Raphael Miguel Paulino (1st Anniversary) 4:00 P.M. Amelio Secondino SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011 7:30 A.M. Intentions of Parishioners 8:45 A.M. Angelo Mazzella (3rd Anniversary) 10:00 A.M. Michael Graves 11:30 A.M. Father's Day 1:00 P.M. Anita & Carl Pesce

Readings For Sunday, JUNE 26TH

THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST Dt 8:2-3,14b-16a Ps 147:12-15,19-20 Cor 10:16-17 Jn 6:51-58

Reconciliation Schedule

Saturday Confessions 3:00 - 3:45 PM

Francine Argila, Maura & Glenn Arnold, Deanna Baisley, Louise Benevento, James Bianco, Louise Bochynski, JoAnn Chirco, Dale Daly, Alexander Di Lena, Sr., Skip Doran, Veronica Fitzwilliam, Theresa Frank, Kenneth Hall, Rev. Msgr. Tom Hartman, Joanna Heinricks, Tom Helmbrecht, Delphine Julian, Gina Krafinski, John Lawson, Sean Lehosky, Tia Mabanta, Mary Sue Maluda, Pat Matera, Janice Mehaffy, Rose Ann Quinn, Rose Sagistano, Karen Stafford, Mary Streffacio, Rosemary Styne, Leo Tuohey, Richard Vitagliano, Sally Ann Waskewich

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6/15 - Edward McNally 6/15 - George Carroll 6/15 - Theresa J. Iovine

Last week we welcomed into the St. James Community: Liam Joseph Anderson Kendall Olivia Bertram Kylie Raine Carr Vito Michael Colucci Isabella Olivia DiGiovanni Lucia Antonia DiNello Dillon Patrick Neroulas Paul Vincent Raimondi Lily Nicole Sackoor Ella Autumn Trivitt

Memorials For The Week Of June 17th thru June 23rd

The Candle Oil is in Memory of Philip Caratozzolo and was donated by his Loving Wife Gussie.

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HEARTFELT GRATITUDE

A warm word of thanks to all of you who made my recent 30th Anniversary celebration the memorable and loving experience it was. Thanks to all those who came to the special Mass, all the liturgical ministers; in particular, Jane Lawson and the joint choirs for leading us in song prayer; especially, for singing, "Sing Joyfully to the Lord" which was sung at my ordination 30 years ago. Thanks to those who sent cards and emails, those who greeted me before or after Mass, those who came to my reception afterwards, and for those who coordinated the reception including: Connie Fisher, Grace & Michael Mendonez, Rita Kaiser, Eileen & Richard Tucci, Ursula & Chris Pendergast, Mary DiGiovanna, Marianna Antonucci, Cathy Wheat and Roger Fisher. Special thanks to Ken Chapey for donating five platters of jumbo shrimp and helping to defray the expense of the party. Thank you everyone!

"FAREWELL TO FR. LÊ: A Holy Priest, Spiritual Leader and Friend"

Since we received word several weeks ago that Fr. Lê received an assignment to St. Rose of Lima in Massapequa we have been preparing to say a sincere farewell to him. Fr. Khoa Lê came to us in 2006 as a newly ordained priest. During his time with us he has shared his humble spirituality and has celebrated the Eucharist with deep reverence. He has given wise counsel while hearing confessions, visited the sick in their homes and hospitals and has been a source of spiritual support for our Marian Prayers Groups and led us in prayer during Eucharistic Adoration. Thank you, Fr. Lê, for offering us humble service while being here. We hope that you realize the love and affection that we have for you and our hope that you will provide the same humble service to the good people of St. Rose of Lima that you will now serve as a priest. God bless you Fr. Lê! Thank you for being such a good and holy priest. We will miss you and promise you our on-going prayers. We hope that you will pray for us as well and come to visit us from time to time. While Fr. Lê and I have only served together for one year he has become a cherished brother priest and friend. He guided me through each of the seasons so that I could learn how we celebrated the liturgical seasons here and was my techno genius when I was learning how to use an iPhone and learning the art of text messaging and downloading apps! They didn't quite cover these things in our training in the Seminary. I will personally miss Fr. Lê and find consolation in the knowledge that we will see each other from time to time at priest's meetings throughout the year.

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!

This weekend we celebrate our fathers both living and deceased. I am blessed to still have my dad who will turn 87, next month. Since mom's surgery and subsequent strokes eight years ago my dad has been her constant loving companion and caregiver. "Yes, in sickness and in health!" My dad instilled in me and my brothers and sister a real sense of hard work and sacrifice for the family. I remember as a child my dad working two jobs so that he could provide for his family. He took very seriously his role as "breadwinner" while making sure that we received a good Catholic education, were clothed and fed and chauffeured us to every family event. For all the dads out there, know that we love and appreciate you. Together with our moms you provided us with love and care and made us feel safe as children, and then, when we grew into adults, continued to give us your loving guidance and support. God bless all of our dads both living and deceased! Fr. John <><

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ST. JAMES RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 80 Seamans Neck Road, Room 116, Seaford, NY 11783

Phone Number - (516) 796-2979 Office Hours: Monday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, Tuesday through Thursday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

REGISTRATION FOR FIRST GRADERS for the 2011-2012 school year: Registration forms were mailed to all incoming first graders (that are registered in the parish) in early March. Please return registration form along with a copy of your child's baptismal certificate. If you have not received the registration form, please call our office. OUR PROGRAM NEEDS TEACHERS, AIDES AND HALL MONITORS FOR THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR. Please call our office if you are interested in helping out. Our program cannot exist without the help of our volunteers. We are very grateful to all who donate their time and talents. Best regards, Julie and Marianne

ALTAR SERVERS' SCHEDULE

SAT. JUNE 25th: 4 p.m. ­ Matthew Savallo, Denis Tuohy SUN. JUNE 26th: 8:45 a.m. ­ Nicole Vasaturo, Chris Camardella 10:00 a.m. ­ Lauren Darcy, Erin Gallagher 11:30 a.m. ­ Victoria Kreyling, Danielle Lardi 1:00 p.m. ­ Heather McSherry, Jenna Morlock

Congratulations to Mary Fleisch our $250.00 Quarterly Bonus Super Bonanza Winner!!!

SUPER BONANZA MAY 2011

$25 winners

Sunday, 6/12 - Richard F. Berge Monday, 6/13 - Michael Cassio Tues., 6/14 - The Torrance Family Wed., 6/15 - Fred Marfoglio Thursday, 6/16 - Mr. & Mrs. John Kolakowski Friday, 6/17 - Joni Cassio Saturday, 6/18 - Ethel James

PARISH FINANCIAL SUMMARY WEEK OF JUNE 12, 2011 WEEKLY BUDGET $16,500

Last Sunday our weekly collection totaled: $13,031.00 (618 env.) The same weekend last year was: $12,005.00 (581 env.)

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Nicholas Mancuso, St. James and Krystal Rau, St. Ignatius

John Travan and Janice Fritz, St. James

FROM THE EDITOR

Saint James Parish 2011 Catholic Ministries Appeal As of 6/07/11

2011 Parish Goal: Total Pledged to Date: % of Goal $90,380 $68,245 75.5% Listed below are the bulletin deadlines for the next few weeks:

Bulletin Date June 26th July 3rd July 10th July 17th July 24th Due by 9:00 a.m. Monday, June 20th Monday, June 27th Wednesday, June 29th Monday, July 11th Monday, July 18th

Parish Center Summer Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Starting Monday, June 27, 2011

St. Dominic High School

2011 Catholic High School Entrance Exam Prep Course September 17, 24, and October 1, 8, 22 9:00 am - 11:30 am Course Fee: $250.00 Contact Mrs. Mascia at 516-922-4888, ext. 5315

DID YOU EVER?

SAY TO YOURSELF I WISH I COULD DO MORE TO HELP THE CHURCH IN ITS WORK. I WISHI I HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP MYSELF TO A GREATER DEGREE OF SANCTITY AND LOVE OF GOD AND HIS BLESSED MOTHER. WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT?

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE

A GROUP OF YOUR FELLOW PARISHIONERS IN THE LEGION OF MARY UNDER THE SPIRITUAL DIRECTION OF THE PRIESTS OF THE PARISH ARE PREPARING TO TACKLE MORE PARISH ACTIVITIES AND NEED YOUR HELP. TRIAL PERIOD-THREE MONTHS­ WE HAVE NO DUES. SIGN AND DROP THIS CARD IN THE COLLECTION BASKET AT MASS, OR PLEASE TELEPHONE THE RECTORY FOR MORE INFORMATION. NAME ________________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS ________________________________________________________PHONE ______________________

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Please join us on Sunday, June 19, 2011 at the 1:00 pm Mass as Fr. Khoa Lê celebrates his last Mass at St. James.

Please join us after Mass in the Parish Center to wish Father Lê well. Light refreshments will be served.

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This ain't your regular FAMILY dinner

Just when you thought you were out, we pull you back in.

Msgr. Delaney Knights of Columbus Presents

The Family, the Felony & the Fun Murder Mystery Dinner Saturday June 25th, 2011 7:00pm to 11:00pm

Join the family for dinner Witness the felony be an accomplice to the fun

Full Buffet Dinner Open Bar Viennese dessert table

Cost per person $45

Call for Reservations Vinnie "the Consigliere" Napodano 516-935-1490

*A Portion of the proceeds will be donated to Dominican Village the retirement community for our priests* Now that's an offer you can't refuse

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B U I L D I N G A PA R I S H FA M I LY O N E FA M I LY AT A T I M E COME DOWN AND JOIN US!

ST JAMES FAMILY MINISTRY

LONG ISLAND DUCKS GAME JULY 8TH @ 7PM

COME AND BE PART OF THE FUN AND CHEER FOR OUR OWN LI DUCKS ALONG WITH OUR ST JAMES COMMUNITY

TICKETS: $10.00

GOING ON SALE AT THE PARISH OFFICE STARTING JUNE 6TH!! TICKETS ARE LIMITED-- SO GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST!!

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NAME:________________________PHONE #____________________ # 0F TICKETS:__________________AMT PAID__________ TICKET #______________________ EMAIL ADDRESS:____________________________________

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The Main Office is looking for a Word Processor in good working condition. Please call 516-731-3710. Assisting those in Need

Rebuilding Together Long Island, Inc. is a program to repair and rehabilitate the homes of poor, elderly, and disabled homeowners. It brings together people of all faiths and walks of life in an effort to assist people in need. It is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-profit. Please call 541-7322 or 741-5291 to learn more about this organization or to volunteer your time to help those in need.

If anyone is in need of disposable bed pads, please contact Parish Outreach at 735-8690. Help for the expectant mother and her baby: L I Life Center, Massapequa, NY, 516-798-9100. Birthright of Nassau/Suffolk, Wantagh, NY, 516-785-4070. Regina Residence, Merrick, NY, 516-223-7888.

Veteran's Fundraiser ­ Please join us June 24th at 7:30pm at Memorare Caterers, 2183A Jackson Ave. in Seaford, NY to support New York Veterans Advocacy Group ("NYVAG"), a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide housing to homeless veterans. Dinner, open bar, great music, great speakers, raffles etc., all for only $55 per person or $52 per person for a table of 12. RSVP required. Please send payment to NYVAG, P.O. Box 571, Hempstead, NY 11551-0571. For more information call Dex at (516) 398-4120 or go to our website at www.nyvag.org/fundaisers

TELEVISED SUNDAY MASS!

THE SUNDAY MASS is now airing on ABC Family from 6:30 am to 7:00 am each Sunday Morning, in addition to all of our other channels that continue to bring our Mass to you. THE SUNDAY MASS is produced by the Passionist Fathers and Brothers out of New York City. Too early for you? Tape it or Tivo it! For more information, consult the website at www.TheSundayMass.org

FAMILY, MARRIAGE AND INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

Professional therapy, provided by New York State licensed therapists, is available to our parish and 115 other parishes. This program, under the direction of Dr. George Guiliani, has been conducted in the diocese for the past 36 years for the convenience of parishioners. Services are provided by the Catholic Counseling Center, a proprietary professional corporation, which is independent of and not controlled or supervised by the parish or diocese. Most insurance policies, including Medicare are honored. Confidential information and appointments are available by calling Dr. Giuliani at 631-243-2503 or go to our website at http://thecatholiccounselingcenter.com

The Legion of Mary of St. James Parish would like to offer you and your family an opportunity to have the Pilgrim Statue of our Blessed Mother visit your home. For more information, or to schedule this visit, please call:

Doris at 735-0910

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St. John Baptist de LaSalle Regional School

50 Cherry Street, Farmingdale, NY 11735 516-694-3610 www.lasalleregional.org

NEWS FROM LA SALLE ­ The Regional Catholic School for Your Parish

Peek Into LaSalle's Science Fair

LaSalle Regional School students carried on an annual tradition by creating, and displaying their science projects for all to see in the auditorium. The students this year selected their own projects to work on. Their teacher, Mrs. Nancy Raber, is very proud of this year's student scientists. The students began the process in early February. They not only prepared the displays, they used the scientific method to prove or disprove their hypothesis on the subject matter. Each student also supplied an abstract/paper that included all of the steps taken and supportive information. The future scientists supplied an enjoyable educational Science Fair for the parents, teachers, and students who came to see the presentations. ________________________________________

Peek Into LaSalle's Spanish Class

The fifth graders became meteorologists and presented a five day weather report in Spanish. The reports were extremely creative and they had a great time working with their partners. In the fourth grade each student had to create a menu in Spanish using all the different foods that were taught. They did a wonderful job and thought of very original names for their restaurants. ________________________________________

Stop World Hunger Essay Contest

On Tuesday, May 31st, Ryan Sisco, a fourth grade student at LaSalle Regional School, received a plaque at St. Kilian Auditorium for his efforts in the Stop World Hunger Essay Contest. Ryan received Honorable Mention in the Intermediate Division for his essay, entitled "How Can Education and Awareness Stop World Hunger?" In this division, there were 1,086 entries from 46 schools. We are very proud of Ryan for bringing such distinction to LaSalle. Congratulations, Ryan! ________________________________________ June - Students of the Month K Tameisha Andrade, Abbygail Burns, Rea Mengual 1st Isabella Caruso, Kayla Smalls 2nd

Cooperation

Issaiah Cuevas, Godfrey Pons Colleen Carney, Grace McKenna Gabriela Gonzalez, Thomas Vojta Sarah Calado, Kevin McMahon Allie Doerbecker, Thomas Dompkowski, Matthew Goutzounis Sean Lyons, Chris Merola Kelly A'Hearn, Brianna Sisco

3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

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LaSalle's Lucky Loot 50/50 Raffle

Congratulations to Mr. John Barbieri, the winner of LaSalle's Lucky Loot 50/50 raffle. Mr. Barbieri won $5,759! LaSalle is most grateful to Mr. Barbieri and all those who contributed to the raffle. The support shown by families, friends, and parishioners is much appreciated. Thank you.

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Discovering hope and joy in the Catholic faith.

June 2011

What's the big deal about sin?

Baptismal bargain

When we are baptized, God forms an unbreakable covenant with us promising his unconditional love. "For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor present things, nor future things, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord" (Romans 8:38-39). Our part of the bargain is to obey him and love him, and put him first in our lives. At Baptism, we are marked as God's for life. That can never change. Dealing with sin is uncomfortable The law can be found in the Ten and following God's rules is Commandments, the Beatitudes, and hard. The world tells in Scripture. The law says sin is real. us that sin doesn't No guilt, no forgiveness. exist, so isn't it Unconfessed sin enough to just try to separates us from be good people? God. "For you have Frankly, just doing that hidden your face from makes us better than us and have most. delivered us up to God's rules rule. While our guilt" (Isaiah we may think we are 64:6). Avoiding "good" and others may guilt means missing look up to us, God's forgiveness. eventually God will The plan. Each decide if we have been evening, examine the what he considers day's actions and ask if "good." Since his they would please God opinion is the one that or not. Resolve to do matters, his rules rule. better and take steps to Sin is real. The world change. Seek tells us that sin doesn't exist absolution through but Catholics know that "sin is a the Sacrament of Reconciliation. deliberate thought, word, deed, or Then when you finally meet God he omission contrary to the eternal law of will say, "Well done, my good and God." (Catechism of the Catholic Church) faithful servant" (Matthew 25:23).

A perspective check

"Do not lose your inward peace for anything whatsoever, even if your whole world seems upset." St. Francis de Sales.

Adoration

"The acknowledgment of God as God, Creator and Savior, the Lord and Master of everything that exists ... The first commandment of the law obliges us to adore God" (Catechism of the Catholic Church).

Why do we celebrate the "Sabbath" on Sunday?

The first Christians were Jews who observed the traditional Sabbath Friday night and then celebrated the Eucharist in homes on Sunday in honor of the Resurrection (Acts 20:7). Eventually, they were excommunicated from Judaism and expelled from the temple and synagogue. No longer permitted to practice the Hebrew faith, they moved the Sabbath to Sunday. Thus the first Christians transformed the Sabbath service into the Liturgy of the Eucharist or the Mass that eventually evolved into the Lord's Day we observe today.

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A few minutes a day to greater happiness

Resentment or anger takes up space in our hearts that is meant for love and happiness. And it hurts us more than the ones for whom it is intended. One sure way to be happier right now, is to spend a few minutes offering forgiveness to anyone who has hurt you. 1. Make a list of those who have hurt you and whom you still resent. 2. Acknowledge the hurt you feel toward each person. Try writing a letter describing your feelings. Don't send the letter but put it in a drawer, burn it, shred it, or lock it away. 3. Picture the face of each person and instead of anger, try to conjure feelings of understanding and warmth. Say, "I forgive you," as you picture him or her. Repeat this exercise every day until the feelings become genuine. 4. Retrain your brain. When you see or think of your former "enemies," ask God to rain down blessings on him or her. It's hard to hate someone you bless.

John 6:51-58, Christ as food for body and soul.

Jesus shocked his listeners with the instructions he gave in this passage. To people who had been used to living by prescribed rules handed down for generations, the idea of scrapping all of that was inconceivable. Their rules established clear, safe boundaries and compliance was all that was necessary to be seen as a good Jew. But Jesus wanted more from them. He wanted them to stop honoring the letter of the law and to start living its spirit. In fact, he wanted them to disregard the old ways and follow the new ones he described. This passage is also meant as guidance for us. Jesus doesn't want us to just follow the formulas of our Catholic faith, he wants us to let it live in us and become part of us. By giving us the Eucharist ­ his body and blood ­ he lives in us and becomes part of us. In return, he demands active participation in our faith; he wants us to live his words, not just hear them. We must consume them and make them part of us.

Was Mary Magdalene a prostitute?

What did Mary Magdalene do to earn such an undeserved reputation? It has long been incorrectly thought that Mary Magdalene was the adulteress threatened with stoning and forgiven by Jesus in John 8:1-11, but Scripture doesn't support that theory. We do know that Jesus drove out seven demons from her (Mark 16:9). What we also know about her is that she was one of a group of women who, of gratitude and generosity, helped to finance his ministry. "Accompanying him were the Twelve and some women who had been cured of evil spirits and infirmities, Mary, called Magdalene, from whom seven demons had gone out, Joanna, the wife of Herod's steward Chuza, Susanna, and many others who provided for them out of their resources" (Luke 8:1-3). We know, too, that Mary Magdalene was loyal and courageous. Although the Apostles fled, Mary and some of the other women stayed with Jesus during his crucifixion. Perhaps that is why Jesus chose Mary to be among the first witnesses of the Resurrection.

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(Unless noted Bible quotes and references are from the Revised Standard Version and the New American Bible)

June 11 - St. Barnabas (1st Century). The Apostles changed his name from Joseph to Barnabas, meaning "son of encouragement," because he sold his property and gave the funds to the new Church. June 21 ­ St. Aloysius Gonzaga (1591). St. Aloysius prayed and fasted from age 7. Upon joining the Society of Jesus, he was told to cut back and spend time with other students. He died nursing the sick. June 24 - Nativity of St. John the Baptist (1st Century). The only saint whose birth and death we observe, St.

John was Jesus' cousin. He baptized and prepared the people for Jesus' ministry. He even baptized Jesus but was executed for denouncing Herod's immoral marriage. June 29 - Saints Peter and Paul (1st century). Jesus chose Peter to lead the Church. The Gospels include some unflattering details about Peter, showing that he was ordinary, made extraordinary by God's grace. An early persecutor of the Church, Paul became the Great Apostle, also transformed by grace.

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Padre Pio Assembly 2718 ANNUAL SPRING SOCIAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 FROM 7:00 - 11:00 PM

AT MEMORARE COUNCIL 3476 Knights of Columbus 2183 Jackson Avenue, Seaford, NY 11783

Join us for a delicious dinner served in the beautiful Cathedral Room! The menu includes roast loin of pork, vegetables, roast red potatoes, coffee, tea and dessert! Unlimited wine, beer and soda are included! Mixed drinks available at regular bar prices! Dance to live music by the Long Island Swing Band! Enjoy vocal entertainment and sing-along fun with our own SK Willard McCoy and members of the Barbershop Harmony Society!

Benefit Fundraiser to support the programs and activities of The Sarah Grace Foundation For Children With Cancer, Inc.

"THE ODD COUPLE"

By Neil Simon Friday, June 24, 2011 and Saturday, June 25, 2011 7:00 PM MARIA REGINA SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 3945 Jerusalem Avenue Seaford $10.00 per ticket For more information, please call 516-433-9745. or email [email protected] Or visit our website at: www.TheSarahGraceFoundation.org Tickets can be purchased on the Foundation Website.

All this for only $15.00 per person!!

Please see 4th Degree Representative: BOB WAHL to make reservations or call: 516-776-2767 to reserve your table now! This fundraiser is open to all so be sure to tell your family, friends and neighbors as well as your Brother Knights and Sister Columbiettes. LETS SHARE A MEAL AND HAVE SOME FUN !

Holy Trinity's Summer Drivers Education Course enrollment NOW until June 30th.

"In honor of the Hope House Ministries, Fr. Francis Pizzarelli, SMM and the entire Hope House Ministries family are proud to extend to you a very special invitation to attend the following event: Rally For Hope Tennis Charity

High School students who are 16 years by July 1, 2011 are eligible. Classes run from July 5 through August 12 and run daily Monday through Friday (no Saturday classes) for six weeks. Registration deposit $200.00. Total fee is $525.00, plus $50.00 for textbook. Balance of $375.00 due first lecture class. Any questions, please contact Mr. Dalton, Director of Driver Education at 516-433-4852 or go to http://holytrinityhs.echalk.com/ to download an application.

Event to Benefit Hope House Ministries Friday, July 15th 7 - 11pm Eastern Athletic Club 9A Montauk Highway, Blue Point $40 Donation for tennis, food, drinks and raffles. For questions or to sign up please email [email protected] or call (516) 306-6679."

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THIS WEEK AT ST. JAMES

Sun 6/19 - 8:30am RCIA (Room 106) - 1:00pm Mass for Fr. Le ~ (Refreshments to following in Delaney Hall) - 7:00pm AA Step (Delaney Hall) Mon 6/20 6:30pm AA Meeting (Delaney Hall) 6:30pm RCIA (Room 106) 7:00pm Marian Prayer Group (Chapel) 7:00pm NA (Room 102) 7:30pm Charismatic Prayer (Room 114) Tues 6/21 - 10:00am Legion of Mary (Room106) Wed 6/22 - 7:30pm Al-Anon (Room 102) Thurs 6/23 - 10:00am Plainedge Seniors (Delaney Hall) Fri 6/24 - No Scheduled Activities Sat 6/25 - No Scheduled Activities

FOR THOSE SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES

Lord of Hosts, we commend to Your gracious care and keeping all the men and women of our armed forces at home and abroad. Defend them day by day with Your heavenly grace; strengthen them in their trials and temptations; give them courage to face the perils that beset them; and grant them Your abiding presence wherever they may be. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

REMEMBER OUR LOVED ONES IN THE MILITARY

Please pray for:

Major Joseph Agres, USMC; Pfc. Omar Albayaty, Marine; Chief Henry Aviles, Navy Seabee; Lt. Commander Raymond Beno, Navy; Sgt. Joseph R. Booth, Army: Spc. Matthew Burrafato, Cpl. Dominic Castiello, Marines; Major Brian Coyne, Marines; Commander Kevin Coyne, Navy; Sgt. Steven Fiscante, Army; Pfc. Steven Gianatiempo, Army; M.P. Brian Gruebel, Air Force; Staff Sgt. James T. Harris, Army; Cpl. Joseph Jordan, Army; Capt. Kyle Jorgensen, USMC; Lance Cpl. Steven Kay, Marines; Capt. Christopher A. Klyne, Navy; A.J. Albert Lenowicz, Army; Sgt. Samuel T. Long, Army; Lance Cpl. Richard Marandino, Marines; Pfc. Jason Martins, Army; Lt. Eric McMullan, Army; Captain Scott Michalowski, Air Force; Chief Warrant Officer George Michinard, Jr., USMC; Cpl. Joseph Minnici, USMC; Pvt. Patricia O'Connor, Army; Spc. Heather E. Padilla, Army; Capt. Theresa Rodzevik, Army; Pfc. Roy W. & Heather W. Ross, Army; Rocky C. Rossi, Navy; Spc. Nicole Santoriello, Army; Scott Santoro, Marine; 1st Lt. Donald Toscano, Air Force; Capt. Kevin Walsh, Marines

Please join us on Friday morning, June 24, 2011 at 9:00 am for the M.A.N. Foundation's monthly prayer event. Fr. Ignace Loleke, of St. Louis de Montfort Parish in Sound Beach, L.I., will celebrate Holy Mass and Sondra Abrahams will be our speaker. Sondra will give us spiritual advice on surviving these difficult times. The event will be held at the M.A.N. Foundation home office, located at 1121 Route 106 in Muttontown, Long Island. The evening begins at 9:00 am with the Rosary, and the Divine Mercy Chaplet. A bountiful buffet brunch will be served after Mass and we will end the day with a talk and pray-overs with first-class relics. A tax deductible donation of $30.00 per person goes towards the education of seminarians. For more information and reservations, please call 516-624-9033.

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