Please note: this Sunday, April 11, our 9 a.m. Mass will be celebrated in Church because of the weather forecast for rain. Thank you for your understanding.
Origin of Divine Mercy Sunday, the Divine Mercy image, the Chaplet, and the Novena
Mankind’s need for the message of Divine Mercy took on dire urgency in the 20th Century, when civilization began to experience an “eclipse of the sense of God” and, therefore lose the understanding of the sanctity and inherent dignity of human life. Click here for nformaton about Divine Mercy Sunday
Truth About the Equality Act from the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops
Human dignity is central to what we believe as Catholics. Every person is made in the image of God and should be treated accordingly, with respect and compassion. That means we need to honor every person’s right to be free of unjust discrimination. The Equality Act purports to protect people experiencing same-sex attraction or gender discordance from unjust discrimination. Although this is a worthy purpose, the Equality Act does not serve it. Instead of respecting differences in beliefs about marriage and sexuality, the Equality Act discriminates against people of faith precisely because of those beliefs. In the process, the Equality Act codifies the new ideology of “gender” in federal law, dismissing sexual difference and falsely presenting “gender” as only a social construct.
We welcome the following new members to our parish family: The BenBaruch Family, Calisto Family, Clemenza Family, Duffy Family, Fernandes Family, Napolitano Family, Perez Family, Schaentzler Family and Seery Family.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas is offering scholarships for children and grandchildren of CDA members.
Court St. Elizabeth 2687 is offering a $500 scholarship to a student attending a Catholic High School and a $500 college scholarship to any college.
CDA Suffolk County is offering a $1,000 scholarship and CDA New York is offering a $1,000 scholarship. To receive an application and information,
please call Suzanne Schmitz at 631.549.8408 or email sueschmitz23@gmail
21st Century Learning – Christian Values – Tradition of Excellence
Nursery, Pre-Kindergarten & Full Day Kindergarten Available.
Serving the parish communities of St. Anthony of Padua, St. Elizabeth, St. Francis of Assisi,
St. Hugh of Lincoln, St. Philip Neri and Our Lady Queen of Martyrs