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Dear Parish Family,
The Oliver Sacks case study that inspired the movie "At First Sight" tells the story of a man who has grown accustomed to blindness, and then is offered an operation that will restore sight. The moment when the bandages are removed to have sight suddenly thrust upon him was a dismaying experience. The message of the movie is that the more important organ in vision is not the eyeball but the mind. That disconnect between the physiological and the psychological unnerves him. The Gospel account of the curing of the blind man is a multidimensional miracle that brings sight and faith to the blind person and exposes the ‘spiritual blindness’ and fanatical hate towards the person of Christ the healer.
Saturday, March 25 - 5PM Mass - Confirmation Candidates to be presented to the Parish
Friday, March 31 - Music from the Heart 7PM - Come and be inspired by local musicians with your favorite songs and hymns
Monday, April 10, 6PM - 8PM Reconciliation Monday
Tuesday, April 11, 6PM - Join us for our Christian Seder -
Limited seating so please sign up early for this very special event.
Holy Thursday, April 13, 7:30PM Bi-Lingual Mass of the Lord's Supper
Adoration Repository until 10PM
Good Friday, April 14, 2PM Way of the Cross,
3PM Liturgical Service of Veneration of the Cross
6PM Outdoor Stations of the Cross (Spanish)
8PM Service of Veneration of the Cross (Spanish)
Holy Saturday, April 15 6-7:30PM Bi-Lingual Confessions
8PM Solemn Easter Vigil Celebration
Easter Sunday, April 16
Masses: 8AM, 10:30 AM and1PM (Spanish)
Monday - Friday 10:15 AM - 4PM
Please notify the rectory (845-359-0078) whenever a parishioner becomes homebound, ill or hospitalized so arrangements can be made for a priest, deacon or an eucharistic minister to visit and bring communion.
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