ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER

St. Joseph the Worker

Important News/Announcements

WEATHER RELATED CANCELLATIONS: 

Faith Formation classes for Saturday, January 29th have been cancelled. 

The meeting for Eucharistic Ministers has been cancelled for Saturday, January 29th and rescheduled for Saturday, February 5th at 2:00pm

 

  • The Feast of Saint Blaise - On Thursday, February 3rd, there will be a blessing of the throat at the 9:00am mass.  For more information on the history of Saint Blaise see link: Saint Blaise

 

  • The Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary - Preparation for the total consecration, which lasts 33 days, involves spiritual readings, Marian prayers, and preferably daily rosary.  Particular prayers and spiritual readings can be done as individuals, couples, and families at home.  Since it is supposed to foster individual healthy spirituality, it is not to be prayed in the church or prayer groups, but rather as individual persons or family units.  

    We invite all who love Blessed Mother Mary and who seek Her assistance, to launch this 33-day preparation beginning on February 20th, and do the Act of the Consecration on March 25th, which is the Solemnity of the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary.  More details to follow, including in the next bulletin and during mass announcements. 

 

  • Spring Bereavement Support Group.  Beginning on Thursday, March 24, 2022 the parish center will be offering a nine-week support group for those struggling with an unresolved loss.  The group will meet on Thursdays from 11:00am to 12:15pm, the last meeting is May 19, 2022.  Those interested in joining can call or text Dr. Sabatini at 516-660-1352 or email him at [email protected]  There is a one-time registration fee of $25.00 for the purchase of a book to be used during the meetings.

 

  • Faith Direct - Many individuals and families throughout our community turn to St. Joseph the Worker for warm meals, comfort, and shelter.  No one in need should be turned away, which is why we are reaching out to our parishioners. We prayerfully request that you consider signing up for eGiving and setting up your recurring donation. You can use eGiving from your computer, smartphone or tablet for recurring and one-time gifts.

        Sign up today by visiting: faith.direct/NY305 or click on link: Faith Direct

       

  • Mass Intentions - The Mass intention book is open for the first half of 2022.  Visit the reception office or call 631-286-9133.  This is a beautiful way to remember deceased family members and friends, and the special occasions in our lives, at the designated Mass(es).

 

  • Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) - please support the CMA.  See letter from Bishop Barres for information on the CMA and how to support your parish under DRVC in drop down menu.

 

MASKS ARE BACK - Please click link for information on mask wearing: Masks Required

Remember to remove your mask before receiving communion and place the host in your mouth immediately, do not return to the pew with the host in your hand.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00am -1:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Parish Office # 631-286-9133
Fax # 631-286-9145
Emergency # 631-819-0114

The Food Pantry is Open for distribution:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, &.Thursday 11:00am - 12:00pm

Donations of food and other items are welcomed, and will be received on the same days and times.

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