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Dear Parish Family,
At the beginning of a new Liturgical Year, (Cycle A, No. 783 in our New G&P Hymn Book), the liturgy invites us to renew our proclamation to all the peoples and sums it up in two words “God comes”. These words, so concise, contain an ever new evocative power. It is not used in the past tense — God has come, — nor in the future — God will come, — but in the present: “God comes!” This is a continuous present, that is, an ever-continuous action: it happened, it is happening now and it will happen again. In whichever moment, “God comes”. This reveals to us God’s nature. Proclaiming that “God comes” is equivalent, therefore, to simply announcing God himself, through one of his essential and qualifying features: his being the God-who-comes.
Friday, Dec 2 - Adoration and Healing Mass - Celebrant: Rr. George Torok
Saturday, Dec 3 - Christmas Carol Concert and Sing-A-Long - Join us for an evening of song and merriment - bring a platter of finger food.
Sunday, Dec 4 - Advent Day for the Religious Ed Children - movie, crafts, displays, games, prizes and lots of FUN. Anyone wishing to donate cakes, cookies, donuts or drinks to add to the festivities are asked drop them off on Saturday 12/3.
Thursday, Dec 8 - Immaculate Conception of Mary - Mass at 8AM - Holy Day of Obligatioon
Friday, Dec 9 - Celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe 6:30 PM
Sunday, Dec 11 - Christmas Pageant - Children interested in signing up for the Pageant should see Carolyn Yates or May Pang.
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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