SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2018 THE SIXTH SUNDAY IN THE SEASON OF THE YEAR
CHURCH OF SAINT ROCCO 18 THIRD STREET, GLEN COVE, NY 11542
(516) 6762482, [email protected] GlenCoveCatholic.org
ALL SAINTS REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL Owned and administered by the parishes of St. Boniface in Sea Cliff, St. Hyacinth in Glen Head, St. Mary in Roslyn,
St. Patrick in Glen Cove, and St. Rocco in Glen Cove. Visit us at www.asrcatholic.org. For information and registration call the school office at (516) 6760762.
PARISH MASS SCHEDULE Sunday: 7:30AM, 8:45AM (Italian), 10:15AM, 11:30AM Saturday Vigil: 4:00PM
Weekday (Monday-Friday): 7:30AM Holy Days (other than Christmas, Easter): 7:30PM Vigil, 7:30AM, 5:15PM
CONFESSIONS Saturday: 3:00-3:45PM. Confessions will also be heard at any reasonable time upon request.
OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday: 9:00AM-12:30PM, 1:30PM-5:00PM
NOVENA Every morning after the 7:30 Mass, there is a novena.
Monday: Miraculous Medal Tuesday: St. Anthony Wednesday: St. Jude Thursday: St. Rocco Friday: Sacred Heart
MINISTRY TO THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND Please inform the parish office when a loved one is sick or in need of pastoral care. Thank you.
ORARIO MESSE Domenica: 7:30AM, 8:45AM (Italian), 10:15AM, 11:30AM Sabato Sera: 4:00PM
Messe Feriali: 7:30AM Festa Di Precetto (diverso Natale, Pasqua): 7:30PM Viglia, 7:30AM, 5:15PM
CONFESSIONI Sabato: 3:00-3:45PM. Confessioni anche essere ascoltati in qualsiasi momento ragionevole su richiesta.
ORE DUFFICIO Luned - Venerd: 9:00AM-12:30PM, 1:30PM-5:00PM
NOVENA Ogni mattina dopo la messa delle 7:30 c la novena.
Luned: La Madonna Miracolosa Marted: S. Antonio Mercoled: S. Giuda Gioved: S. Rocco Venerd: ll Sacro Cuore
AMMALATI Se avete bisogno del sacerdote, per favore, chiamate lufficio, 676-2482. Grazie.
Please see page 5 of the bulletin for information concerning Baptisms, Marriages, Parish Membership, and other parish activities. Thank you!
Mission Statement: United in our Catholic faith and honoring our Italian heritage, we, the parish family of the Church of Saint Rocco, welcome all those who wish to join us in proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ. We strive to fulfill our baptismal promises, by reaching out through evangelization, education, liturgy, hospitality, devotion and out-reach to those in need. Together, we will grow in a deeper appreciation of our faith and we pledge to make GodFather, Son and Holy Spiritpresent and known in our communities.
The Church of St Rocco has been given a limited supply of complimentary copies of the February edition of Give Us This Day a daily prayer book which includes Morning and Evening prayer, the readings for daily Mass, and short reflections. There are copies at the back of the church for you to use or take home.
Lent Begins this Week with Ash Wednesday
There will be many opportunities to receive ashes, please see inside for the schedule. Please remember this is a day of Fasting and Abstinence from Meat, even though it is not a
Holy Day of Obligation.
The Altar Candles are In
Loving Memory of
CHURCH OF ST. ROCCO, GLEN COVE, NEW YORK
Sunday February 11, 2018
7:30A.M Rose Palmirotto
8:45A.M. Antonio & Michele DeLuca, Gerardo & Donata
Coronato, Concetta Ricciardi, Teresa Tirelli, Per
le Intenzione di Minna Podella e Famiglia,
Giovanni Zozzaro, Nicola Lanza
10:15A.M. Paul Aureliano, Lester Stanco, Deborah Smith
Monday February 12, 2018
7:30 A.M Thanksgiving to the Blessed Mother & Jesus
Tuesday February 13, 2018
7:30 A.M. Dolores T. Schneider
Wednesday February 14, 2018 Ash Wednesday
7:30 A.M. Al Ruggiero Jr.
Thursday February 15, 2018
Friday February 16, 2018
7:30 A.M. Antoinette Lotito
Saturday February 17, 2018
4:00P.M. Carmine Palumbo, Special Intention for Lisa &
The regular collection on 2/9/18 was $3,445.00. The second
collection for School Support was $1,247.00.
May God bless you for your continued support and generosity.
Thank you, Fr. Daniel
We are grateful this week for all stewards in our parish who use
their gifts to welcome and offer hospitality to those who are
frequently shunned...the stranger, the immigrant, the homeless,
the physically and/or mentally ill and the poor.
Saturday: 3pm - 3:45pm
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 11, 2018 Whether you eat or drink, or what-
ever you do, do everything for the
glory of God.
1 Corinthians 10:31
Michael Macedonio from Laura DiLeo
Al Ruggiero Jr. from Mary & Tom Logauer
Antonio Capobianco from The Todisco Family
Pasquale DiRienzo from The Family
The Candles for the Blessed Mother are for a Special
intention from Palmina Grella and in memory of Mario
Capobianco from the Todisco Family
The Candle for St. Rocco is in memory of Carol
Templeton from JoAnn & Norman Schnabel
The Candle for St. Anthony is in memory of Maria Stanco
The Candles for St. Michael are in memory of Michael J. Vento from Dottie Gonder and for
Concetta Ricciardi from Josephine Graziosi
The Candle for St. Theresa is for a Special Intention for
Geanie Nesky from the Lane Family
The Candle for Our Lady of the Rosary is in memory
of Fred Giordano (Anniv. in Heaven) from Justine &
The Candle for La Maddona Della La Scala is in
Memory of Michael & Rose Bono on the Anniversary of
Their Passing from Carol, Fran and Families
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2018: THE SIXTH SUNDAY IN THE SEASON OF THE YEAR
Wednesday, February 14th
Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of Lent, while an important day is not a Holy Day of Obligation.
Therefore, ashes will be distributed both at Mass and at brief ceremonies. Some
ceremonies are arranged for children, but all are welcome.
Saint Rocco 6:45 am Distribution of Ashes 7:30 am Mass with Ashes 4:00 pm Distribution of Ashes (Children) 7:30 pm Mass with Ashes
Saint Patrick 7:30 am Distribution of Ashes 9:00 am Mass with Ashes 10:00 amDistribution of Ashes (with ASR school)
12:10 pmMass with Ashes 3:30 pm Distribution of Ashes (Children) 6:00 pm Distribution of Ashes 8:00 pm Mass in Spanish with Ashes (Parish Hall)
Stations of the Cross
The public devotion of praying the
Stations of the Cross in English and
Italian will be offered every Friday
during Lent at 7:30 PM in the Church.
Fast and Abstinence Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are
obligatory days of fasting and
abstinence for Catholics. In addition,
Fridays during Lent are obligatory
days of abstinence.
For members of the Latin Catholic
Church, the norms on fasting are
obligatory from age 18 until age 59.
When fasting, a person is permitted to
eat one full meal, as well as two
smaller meals that together are not
equal to a full meal. The norms
concerning abstinence from meat are
binding upon members of the Latin
Catholic Church from age 14 onwards.
CHURCH OF ST. ROCCO, GLEN COVE, NEW YORK
All Saints Regional Catholic School Founded in 1990
Supported by the Parishes of:
St. Boniface ~ St. Hyacinth ~ St. Mary ~ St. Patrick ~ St. Rocco
Phone: 516 676-0762 www.asrcatholic.org
Scenes from Catholic Schools Week 2018
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Weekly Bible Inspiration
"Dear Children, let us not love with words or tongue
but with actions and in truth. 1 John 3:18
All Saints is in need of Substitute Teachers!
We are in need of certified elementary and secondary substitute
teachers. If you are interested, please call the Main Office 516-
676-0762 to schedule an interview.
Teachers must possess current NYS License Certifications
This Weeks Events for St Roccos Parishioners
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2018: THE SIXTH SUNDAY IN THE SEASON OF THE YEAR
Sunday, February 11
Regular Mass Schedule
Monday, February 12
9:00 am2:00 pm St Patricks
Thrift Shop Open
Entrance off Pearsall Ave
12:30 pmAl Anon Meeting
at St Pats Is there a drinking
problem in your family? We
can help. In the convent
building, John Paul II meeting
Religious Education Classes in
7:30pm - Charismatic Prayer
Group at St Pats Join us for a
wonderful evening of prayer
and fellowship, please contact
St. Patrick's parish office for
more information 676-0276.
The Padre Pio prayer group
will not meet this month.
Tuesday, February 13
5:30 pm - Fat Tuesday
Celebration at St Patricks
Everyone is invited to this Pot
Luck! St Patrick Parish Hall
There is no Bible Study
Upcoming Events Saturday, February 17th: Irish Hooley/Sash Ceremony, A
fun-filled evening for the entire family! Bring a dish to share
and whatever you may be drinking. It will be a great
night! $10 per person - you get food, raffles, some old-
fashioned Irish entertainment, pipe and drum music and lots of
fun! RSVP - [email protected] The Hibernians will be
throwing this Hooley to fundraise for their St. Patrick's Day
Parade. The event will be held at the Church of St Rocco in the
Madonna Room from 7-10pm.
Friday, March 2nd: Alan Ames Mass, Talk, and Healing We are very excited to announce that Alan Ames will be visit-
ing Glen Cove. Alan Ames has the support of many bishops
and priests. He has the gift of healing and other gifts from the
Holy Spirit. Here is a brief bit about him from his website,
www.alanames.org: "Alan Ames was born in London in 1953.
In his youth, he was a member of a motorcycle-gang, he went
along a path full of violence and alcohol. After his marriage, he
moved to Australia with his family. The turning point of his life
happened in 1993 when Alan saw his past life displayed before
him and experienced how his sins and wrong ways had hurt
God. He saw how Jesus offered him forgiveness from the cross.
After some struggles, Alan accepted the forgiveness offered by
Jesus. The Lord helped Alan to come back to the sacraments
and to the Church and changed Alan's hatred and pain into
love. Later, God called Alan to be one of His witnesses, sent to
carry God's love into the world. Alan has brought hope and
blessing to hundreds of thousands of people the hope and
blessing which he himself draws from his sacramental relation-
ship of love with the Trinitarian God." The event will take
place at 7:00 PM at Saint Patrick Church.
Sunday, March 3rd: St. Patrick's Day Dance, Join the fun at
the 14th Annual St. Patrick's Day Dance! Sponsored by the
Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 8 Glen Cove.
Live music by the Gabe Hickey Band. 7:00 - 11:00 pm at St.
Patrick's Church in the Msgr. McCann Parish Hall. Tickets $50
All Inclusive (dinner, full bar, Irish coffee, dessert).
Get this info & more in your email! Send a message to
[email protected] to find out how.
St. Patricks Fat Tuesday Celebration
Pot Luck Dinner
Bring Your Favorite Food to Share Free Admission (Donations welcome)
Family Friendly Fun!
Kids Crafts & Activities
More information:(516) 6760276
Distribution of Ashes
6:45 am & 4:00 pm
Mass with Ashes
7:30 am & 7:30 pm
Classes in the evening
Thursday, February 15
9:00 am2:00 pm St
Patricks Thrift Shop Open
Classes in the evening
Friday, February 16
6:30 pmYouth Kickoff
7:30 pmStations of the
Saturday, February 17
9:45am Centering Prayer
at St Pats: Centering
prayer is a beautiful way
of drawing closer to God.
Please contact St. Patrick's
parish for information.
7:00pm Hooley and Sash
Ceremony, Fundraiser for
the St Patricks Day parade
CHURCH OF ST. ROCCO, GLEN COVE, NEW YORK
PARISH ACTIVITIES Parish Membership: All families are required to register in the Parish. Forms may be obtained at the Parish Office. Kindly notify the Parish Office if you move to another parish or change your address.
Rosary Society: The Rosary Society of the Church of St. Rocco currently has ~200 ladies that are members. Our motto is Unity, Charity and Humility. We aim to honor our Lord through devotion, praise, reverence and filial love for the Blessed Virgin Mary. We meet on the last Monday evening of every month at 7:30PM in the Madonna Room to recite the Rosary together (in English & Italian) and to discuss and plan spiritual and social church events as well as fund-raising efforts. There is often a guest speaker and at the end of the meeting we enjoy each others company over coffee and cake. We celebrate Mass together the first Sunday of the month at the 7:30AM Mass, followed by the parish breakfast when available. Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to become a member!
Holy Name Society: The Holy Name Society is a confraternity open to all adults in which we aim to assist each other to grow in holiness. The Saint Rocco's Holy Name Society is always looking for a few good men! We meet on Friday at 7:30PM and celebrate Mass together on the second Sunday of the month at the 7:30AM Mass. Please consider joining us. If you are interested, please contact the church office and leave your name and someone will return your call. Thank You.
Glen Cove Young Adults: Our new group of young adults meets every-other Monday evening for an event we call Distilled Theology. We meet at a local pub to discuss topics of interest and to learn how to address these issues with the Truth. For the past few months, weve discussed topics such as the Church and State, Karma, Contemplative Prayer, the Virtues, and Sexual Ethics. We are fortunate to have one of our priests lead each talk. We have young adults come from all over the island for these events, and the fellowship is as important as the discussion! For more information, please email Kelsey: [email protected]
Saint Padre Pio Prayer Group: Meets in the church the second Monday of the Month (except during summer) for prayers at 7:00PM and a Mass at 7:30PM.
St. Roccos Childrens Choir: Rehearsals are Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30PM in the parish center. We sing at the 10:15AM Mass twice a month. Children ages 7-14 are welcome to join! No musical experience necessaryjust bring your voice and your smile for a fun and fruitful rehearsal! Try out one rehearsal to see what it is like, or contact Theresa Bissex, the choir director, at [email protected]
PARISH STAFF AND CONTACT INFORMATION The Very Rev'd Dom Daniel Stephen Nash, Can. Reg., Pastor Email: [email protected] The Very Rev'd Dom Elias Carr, Can. Reg., Pastor Emeritus Email: [email protected] The Very Rev'd Dom Gabriel Rach, Can. Reg., Pastor of St Patrick The Very Rev'd Dom Ambros Boyd, Can. Reg., Parochial Vicar Email: [email protected] Deacon John Fielding, [email protected] Sacristan: Mrs. Annette Graziosi, Sacristan Director of Religious Education: Ms. Bernadette Heym, (516) 676-4691 Facilities Manager: Mr. Joseph Lane Secretary: Mrs. Connie Pedi, [email protected] Music Director: Miss Theresa Bissex, [email protected] Promoter of Catholic Life: Miss Kelsey McManus, m.kelseymcmanus @gmail.com Youth Activities: Mr. Luigi Greco, (516) 6371959, [email protected]
Parish Office: 18 Third Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542 Phone: (516) 676-2482, Fax: (516) 676-2117 Email: [email protected] Parish Website: www.glencovecatholic.org Webservant: Kelsey McManus, [email protected] Archive Website: www.stroccoglencove.com Webservant: Mr. Rocco Ieraci, [email protected]
SACRAMENT INFORMATION Please see the bulletin cover for Mass and Confession times.
BAPTISMS The Sacrament of Baptism is administered on specific Saturdays throughout the year at 11:00AM. Parents should contact the Parish Office to register for the baptismal seminar, which is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:15PM. BATTESIMI: Sabato durante lanno alle 11:00AM.
MARRIAGES Marriages should be arranged at least six months in advance of the wedding date. Please contact Deacon John Fielding at [email protected], who conducts the initial inquiry; this should be done prior to making any other arrangements. Pre-Cana Program required. MATRIMONI: Si devono prenotare minimo sei mesi prima. Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) Preparation: Please contact Father Ambros Boyd at [email protected] if you are interested in joining the Catholic Church or would simply like more information on this program. Thank you!
Lenten Prayer Events in the Diocese Black History Month Mass of Thanksgiving, Sunday, February 18th:The Office of Multicultural Diversity (Catholics of African Ancestry-Haitian American Apostolate Ministry) and the Brooklyn Vicariate for Black Catholic Concerns would like to invite you to the
annual Black History Month Mass of Thanksgiving. Sunday, Feb. 18, 4:00 PM at Immaculate Conception Center, 7200 Douglaston Parkway, Douglaston, NY 11362.
Boy Scout Day of Recollection, Saturday, March 3, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm, Join other scouts for this special day of prayer and reflection at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington. It will fulfill the retreat requirement for the Ad Altare Dei Religious Em-blem. For more information, contact the Catholic Scouting Office at [email protected]
Women's Lenten Day of Recollection, Saturday, March 3, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, The Saint Anthonys High School Mothers Guild is pleased to invite you to join us in prayer and reflection at our annual Day of Recollection. Our opening Mass begins promptly at 9:30 AM in the Chapel of Our Lady of Angels at Saint Anthony's High School. A light breakfast will follow. Our day will conclude with lunch. A donation of $25 is requested. This event is open to ALL women, you need not be a mother. Please RSVP by February 26 to Regina at [email protected]
A Lenten Tale Told to God - Lenten Day of Prayer on Sunday, March 4, Fr. Patrick J. Griffin, C.M., will present a Day of Prayer at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, 440 West Neck Road, Huntington.9:30 am to 3 pm. Talks by Fr. Griffin, Quiet Time, Confession, Lunch and Mass. Donation - $30. Sponsored by Friends of the Seminary. Reservations required: 631.423.0483x102, or, [email protected]
Please continue to keep in your prayers the sick
members, family and friends of our parish:
Maria, Baby Nico, Logan, Kelly Rant, Steven Pisano, Nancy Celino,
Baby, Adriana Carmona, Theresa & Salvatore Totino, Mia Perciballi,
David Grimes, Maria Santoli, Linda Muller, Brian Schmitt, Nonie & Scooter,
Rose Claro, Adriana A., Faye Griffin, Deb Grazioso, Tony Jiminez, Barbara
Ermmarino, Nicholas Basile, Gloria Lettieri, Esther Molfetta, Lisa Rant, Joseph
Carney, Omesh Chirnan, Doug McDonough, Sara Testa, Kaitlyn Ruth Turley,
Rosella Gallo, Jennifer Dobies, Ashley McIntyre, Dylan Papocchia, Zachary
Caldwell, Allison Butler Spina, Carmela Scarfo, Robin Ruthkowski, Lina Gallo,
Diane Baker, Albert Ceglia, Umberto Telese, Soccarsa Ceglia Flick, Raymond
Curiale, Max Van Holt, Rose Venturino, Kristen Robinson, Carter Suozzi, Roberta
Pezzi, Maria Ceglia, Barbara Rotunno, James Pannulla Jr., Saverio Greco,
Simona Cabri, Frances Breen, Florence Lane, Birgitta, Rose Masone, Liliana,
Vinny Fodera, Christopher Lorentzen, Donna Ryen, Cristina, Rich Cutler, Cara
Bozzella, Denise Ann Sullivan Hearon, Laura Kirshen, Ryan Kirshen, Denise,
Ackie, Theresa, Donna Marino, Jack Veroxie, Thomas Gonder, Joe(Joey)
Capobianco, Concetta Ricchardi, Laura DiLeo, Sally Castanza, Frank
ORegan, Charles G., Ashley Irvine, Jimmy Contrala , Tommy
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2018: THE SIXTH SUNDAY IN THE SEASON OF THE YEAR The Society of St. Vincent de Paul February 11, 2018 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Help those in need with your gift of food to the church pantries of St. Rocco and St. Patrick. Donate clothing to St. Patricks Thrift Shop. For more informa-tion, please call St. Patricks Parish office at 516-676-0276 or St. Roccos Parish Office at 516-676-2482. Consider a gift of time. Join us on Tuesday, March 6, at 7:30 PM to find out how you can become a St. Vin-cent de Paul volunteer. Questions? Call us at 516-676-5586 or email [email protected] and one of our volunteers will be happy to speak with you. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul proudly serving Long Island for Seventy Years!
Thank you for your support!
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