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									Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time          We Celebrate the Eucharist on Saturday at 5:00 PM, and Sunday at
                                           7:30, 9:00 (Family Mass), 10:30 AM, 12:00 Noon and 5:00 PM.

                                           We Celebrate the Weekday Eucharist as scheduled.

                                           We Celebrate The Sacrament of Penance on Saturdays from 4:00 to
                                           4:45 PM. At other times by appointment.

                                           We Celebrate Baptism at 2:00 PM on the Second and Fourth Sundays of
                                           the month. Please call to arrange for a pre-baptismal interview. Parents are
                                           required to attend a Baptism Preparation Session held once every month.
                                           Those chosen as sponsors for Baptism should lead lives in harmony with
                                           the Catholic faith and the role of Godparent.

                                           We Celebrate the Sacrament of Marriage. At least six months before
                                           you plan to be married and before you make arrangements for the
                                           reception, please make an appointment with one of the priests to begin
                                           the necessary preparations.

                                           We Care For The Sick. Those who are seriously ill or about to undergo
        1300 Northern Boulevard            serious surgery are encouraged to celebrate the Sacrament of the
          Manhasset, NY 11030              Anointing of the Sick. The Sacrament is celebrated on the second Sunday
 (516) 627-0385    FAX (516) 627-6070      of the month following the 10:30 AM Mass in the Chapel. If one is unable
                                           to come to Church, please call the Parish Office to arrange for a home
                    visit for Anointing or reception of the Eucharist.

      Msgr. John J. McCann, Pastor         We Care For Our Sisters And Brothers through our Parish Social
                                           Ministry and Food Pantry. For information call 365-2705
   Fr. Allan Sikorski, Associate Pastor
            Deacon Frank Bice              We Educate Our Children
        Deacon Charles Kammerer
                                           Saint Mary’s Elementary School offers excellent education in the Spirit
Dr. Jo-Ann Metzdorff, Pastoral Associate   of the Gospel from grades N, Pre-K to Eighth grade. For information call
 Msgr. John J. Skelly, Pastor Emeritus     627-0184.

                                           Saint Mary’s High School offers a college preparatory education for
                                           the ninth to twelfth grades in the context of Catholic moral values. For
                                           information call 627-2711.

                                           The Faith Formation Program (Religions Education) provides excellent
                                           formation in the Catholic Faith for children in public or private schools.
                                           Preparation for First Holy Communion and Confirmation requires two
                                           years. All classes are held at St. Mary’s. Grades 1 through 5 meet on
                                           Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 PM. Families choose which
                                           day. Grades 6, 7 and 8 meet on Mondays from 7:30 to 8:30 PM. For
                                           information about Grades 1-8 call 627-4028 and for Grades 9-12 call
                                           365-2116. Office hours: Mon. 11-9; Tues. & Thurs. 9-6; Wed. 9-5. Closed

                                           We Reach Out To Our Teens though our Youth Ministry Program. For

       Sixteenth                           information call 627-5759.

        Sunday                             We Welcome New Members to the Catholic Church and to Saint
                                           Mary’s Parish. If you are new in the area or interested in learning more
           in                              about the Catholic faith, please call the Parish Office.

     Ordinary Time                         We Have Opportunities For Prayer. The Church is open Monday to
                                           Friday until 8:45 PM and on Saturday and Sundays to 6:00 PM so that we
                                           may have the opportunity for quiet prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.
                                           The Miraculous Medal Novena is said each Monday following the 9:00
        July 18, 2010                      AM Mass. Monday to Friday the Rosary is said following the 9:00 AM
                                           Mass. Eucharistic Adoration is held every Thursday from 1:00 to 8:00
                                           PM in the Chapel. On First Saturdays the Scriptural Rosary is recited
                                           following the 8:00 AM Mass. Each Monday evening a Rosary Service
                                           is held at 7:15 PM.                                                                                                      July 18, 2010
                                          Parish Mission Statement
     We, the community of Saint Mary’s, Manhasset, building on our rich heritage of Catholic faith and tradition,
           center ourselves in the Eucharist and honor God in proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ.
      Guided by the Holy Spirit, we seek to be the presence of Christ through our liturgical, educational
       and social ministries. We dedicate our time, talent and treasure to the service of all as we build the
              kingdom of God in our world. We commit to this mission in the name of Jesus Christ.

        Masses for the Week                                                  Parish Directory
Monday, July 19th                                                   Rev. Msgr. John J. McCann - Pastor
Mi 6:1-4, 6-8, Mt 12:38-42                                                  627-0385 ext. 1004
7:00 AM       Margaret Price
9:00 AM       Rose Ann Palmer             Deacon Frank Bice                                   Dr. Jo-Ann Metzdorff
                                          627-0385                                            Pastoral Associate
Tuesday, July 20th                                                                            627-0385 ext. 1010
St. Apollinaris                           Martha Brincat
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20, Mt 12:46-50            Music Director                                      Theresa Perrella Gaudiuso
7:00 AM        Vanessa Burns              627-0385 ext. 1021                                  Parish & Elementary School
9:00 AM        Nora Cioppa
                                                                                              Development Office
Wednesday, July 21st                      Anthony Chiofolo                                    627-0385 ext. 1000
St. Lawrence of Brindisi                  Controller
Jer 1:1, 4-10, Mt 13:1-9                  627-0385 ext. 1007                                  Fr. Vincent Ritchie, SJ
7:00 AM        Douglas Haigney                                                                In Residence
9:00 AM        Felix Suarez               Lorraine Czarniak
                                          Director of Faith Formation Gr. K-8                 Fr. Allan Sikorski
Thursday, July 22nd
St. Mary Magdalene                        627-4028 ext. 1127                                  Associate Pastor
Jer 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13, Jn 20:1-2, 11-18                                                       627-0385 ext. 1006
7:00 AM        Anthony Hladek             Msgr. Joseph DeGrocco
                                          Sunday Assistant                                    Fr. Raphael Soadwah
9:00 AM        A. Thomas Beasley
                                                                                              Assistant Priest
Friday, July 23rd                         Vincent Hartley                                     Christine Sutherland
St. Bridget of Sweden                     Facilities Manager                                  Coordinator of Parish Social Ministry
Jer 3:14-17, Mt 13:18-23                  627-0385 ext. 1002                                  365-2705 ext. 1126
7:00 AM       Annette Riviello
9:00 AM       Concetto Gentile            Deacon Charles Kammerer                             Eileen Symmons ‘86
Saturday, July 24th                       627-0385                                            Director of Communications
St. Sharbel Makhluf                       Patricia McDonough                                  627-0385 ext. 1001
Jer 7:1-11, Mt 13:24-30                   Director of Youth Ministry
8:00 AM       Sylvester Bilello
5:00 PM       Marietta Bucciarelli,       627-5759
                                                                   Saint Mary’s Elementary School
              Juan Carlos Valls,                                   627-0184 |
              Margaret Brennan,
              Achilea Gancia Funai,             Celeste M. Checchia, PhD                                  Elaine Drzymalski
              Joseph McHenry,                   Principal                                                 Assistant Principal
              John & Ella Surgala
                                                              Saint Mary’s College Preparatory High School
Sunday, July 25th                                                  627-2711 |
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Gn 18:20-32, Col 2:12-14, Lk 11:1-13                                    Grace M. Cavallo, President
7:30 AM Helen Patricia Cooper                                       Jonathan D. Kramer ‘92, Principal
9:00 AM Mildred Schnurr,                                                Kristin Lynch Graham ‘88
           Marco Lovato,                                    Director of Development and Alumni Relations 627-4605
           William McHugh,
           William Lundin,                            Please Pray for the Ill                                     In Memoriam
           Rosemarie &                    Livia Richards       Grace Falcone
              Eugene Messina, Jr.                              Gene Travers
10:30 AM For the People of the Parish     Taylor Smith
12 Noon Dolores Licari                    Joyce Curbing        Jennifer Vasek
5:00 PM Robert Duhig                      Anthony Walsh        Michael Hallquest
                                          Louis Pisciotta      Claudia Phaup
                                          Alice Sullivan       Mary D’Alba
                                          Gladys Domke         Harriet Brensic
                                          Billy Fischer        Francesca Correri
                                          Thomas Murphy        Jan Hlavaty
                                          Names will remain on the list for 3 months. Please notify the
                                          Bulletin Editor if you would like to continue.
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

                                     Stewards of God’s Gifts
                  Today’s readings speak of hospitality. Abraham cheerfully did for his guests all that desert
                  hospitality required and was rewarded with his heart’s desire-a son. Martha also busied
                  herself with all the details of hospitality, but grudgingly, with complaint. Am I a cheerful or
                  grudging giver?
                  We are grateful this week for all stewards in our parish who reach out to help our most
                  vulnerable newcomers, people who arrive on Long Island fleeing war, natural disaster, or
                  personal persecution in their countries of origin.
                       The collection for Sunday, July 11, 2010 amounted to $19,776.00
                            Credit Cards amounted to $4,119.00 totaling $23,895.00
                             The collection for July 12, 2009 amounted to $22,035.00
                      The Children’s collection for Sunday, July 11, 2010 amounted to $3.00
                   Children’s Time & Talent: praying that everyone has a safe and happy summer.

   Please consider enrolling in Faith Direct today. You may visit to enroll, our parish
   code is NY281. You can also pick up an enrollment form in the parish office.

              St. Mary’s                                          Readings and Questions
         Gift Shop                                                  for Faith Sharing

          Come and see our
      Cards, Gift Items & Jewelry
         Birthdays, Baptisms,                                       Reading I: Genesis 18:1-10a
             & Weddings                                             The LORD appeared to Abraham
                                                                      by the terebinth of Mamre.

                                                                     Reading II: Colossians 1:24-28
                                                                  It is Christ in you, the hope for glory.

                                                                        Gospel: Luke 10:38-42
                                                                     Mary has chosen the better part
     Open Tuesday & Thursday                                        and it will not be taken from her.
         9:30 AM-1:30 PM                                                 Question for Adults:
      Sunday 9:30 AM-1:30 PM                                    How do I “choose the better part” out of
                                                                  all the hustle and bustle in my life?
     Unique Religious Gifts & Cards not
    found anywhere else are available for
              every occasion,                                           Question for Children:
                                                             When someone visits my home, how do I help
   The Gift Shop is located on the Lower
                                                                    to make them feel welcome?
            Level of the Church
           phone - 627-0385 x. 1106
   All Proceeds Benefit Parish Social Ministry                                                                                                                 July 18, 2010

                                                                 Faith Formation
                                                                      Grades 1-8

                                                                        The Faith Formation Office
                                                                   will be closed for the month of July.
                                                                 May God bless you during this summer time
                                                                             of rest and renewal.

                            WHERE IS YOUR TEEN IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP
                                   WITH GOD AND THE CHURCH?

     As a parent, grandparent, godparent, etc., you are an important part of the answer to this question. If
     you are reading this, you are already actively involved in some way. Through our baptism, we are all
     called to service. Why not join the team of enthusiastic people who are putting their faith into action
     as catechists? The 6th 7th, and 8th grade Religion classes will begin meeting on Monday nights in
     September to serve the spiritual needs of our young people. Please prayerfully consider becoming a
     catechist. Come to our Echoing the Word training in August to see if God is calling you to pray with
     and teach these young people about God’s love.

                       You are invited to:
                  THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
                                                                                             Please pray for our men and women
     Italian Barbecue and Feast                                                                 currently serving our country.
                      Saturday, July 24, 2010                                  Abbott, Kyle C., PVT, USMC          Keating, Peter, COL, USMC
                Manorhaven Park in Port Washington                             Alexander, James W., 1LT, USA       Keating, Thomas, COL, USMC
                   1:00 PM until the park closes.
                                                                               Amerson, Jason, CPT, USA            Keenom, Chris SrA, USAF

  Sausage and Peppers, Fried Calamari, Zeppoles, Clams on the Half Shell,      Baber, Joseph, MAJ, USAF            Keenom, Craig SrA, USAF
    Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Corn on the Cob, Salads, Wine, Beer, Soda,
                   Italian Pastries, Ice Cream, Coffee                         Bova, Thomas J., SPC, USA           O’Leary, Jason, SSGT, USAF
                                                                               Conroy, Craig, PFC, USA             Rodi, Caroline G., LCDR, USN
                  Fun and Games for Everyone Including:
    Volleyball, Bocce Ball, Horseshoes, Tug of War, Three-Legged Races,
                     Sack Races, Balloon Toss, Softball                        DiStefano, Matthew, CPT, USAF       Sharkey, John J., LTCOL, USMC
                There will be a DJ playing all types of music.                 Dwyer, Connor, 1LT, USMC            Spivak III, Edmund, CPT, USAF
                                                                               Fontanetta, Joseph, 1LT, USMC       Vaughan, Kevin, LCPL, USMC
                   Adults $15.00     Family $45.00
                   Tickets Sold at the Parish Office                            Higgins, James, SSGT, USMC          Wilson, Gordon S., CDR, USN
                 For more information, please contact                          Howard, Edward, PV2, USA
 Grand Knight Ted Newkirk at 472-0178 or E-mail

                                Sponsored by                                   If you have a service member that you would like to add to this
                          The Knights of Columbus                              list please contact Fr. Sikorski via E-mail at frsikorski@stmary. ws.
                     Father William Daly Council #2122
Serving St. Mary’s Church of Manhasset and St. Aloysius Church of Great Neck   Please include name, rank and branch of service.
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
 Manhasset USAF Lt. Col. Cameron Dadgar Thrills Cub Pack 101
 With Visit Saying Thanks for Operation: Shoe Box
 On July 6th, Cub Scout Pack 101 enjoyed an impromptu gathering at the American Legion, Post 304 Hall with U.S. Air Force Lt.
 Col. Cameron Dadgar. Lt. Col. Dadgar, a Manhasset native, was Pack 101’s contact in Iraq during its “Operation: Shoe Box” drive
 to provide goodie boxes to the Troops during the winter holidays.

 Lt. Col. Dadgar was home visiting family, but graciously made time to spend with the Cub Scouts and their siblings. Pack Chairman
 Ken Riscica introduced Lt. Col. Dadgar, showing how you always greet a serviceman or servicewoman with the salutation, “thank
 you for your service”, as their service provides the freedom we all enjoy. Lt. Col. Dadgar began with heartfelt thanks to our youth
 for their wonderful care packages and describing the delight they brought overseas during the holiday season. He then explained
                                                                   his life in service to the military as an Air Force pilot, including
                                                                   his missions in defense of freedom, the environment he serves in,
                                                                   the importance of comradery, the places he has lived and visited,
                                                                   and his intense training and journey to achieve his goal of being
                                                                   a pilot–something he loves. Lt. Col. Dadgar also happily fielded
                                                                   countless questions about his uniform, insignias and flight gear,
                                                                   the structure of a flight squadron, a typical “day at work” and how
                                                                   to fly a plane (“It’s a lot like a car, but much faster and without
                                                                   a road)”. Of course, the boys could not hear enough detail about
                                                                   the F-16’s heavy arsenal of bullets, missiles and rockets, enemy
                                                                   tracking radar and twice the speed-of-sound flying capability!
                                                                   Needless to say, the crowd was engrossed with his energetic,
                                                                   informative, meaningful and engaging exchange.

                                                                    Overall, Lt. Col. Dadgar’s message to our youth was constant and
                                                                    positive: study hard, obey your parents (and Den leaders), always
                                                                    make the right choices and have faith, so you will grow up to
                                                                    follow your dreams like he did.

    Top photo: Lt. Col. Dadgar addressing the crowd and answering questions. Bottom photo: Lt. Col. Cameron Dadgar with Pack Chairman
                   Ken Riscica, Den Leaders Jan Cuomo, Tara LaSalle, Pam Smith, Chris Simone and Cub Scouts and family.                                                                                  July 18, 2010

                                            Adult Faith Formation

Do You Know?
This week’s question: Why can’t we have two male or two female godparents?

Answer to last week’s question: Is a person who is divorced allowed to receive Holy Communion at
Mass? This is another one of those “yes or no” answers. While the Church forbids divorce, it is sometimes
deemed necessary for various reasons. A person who is civilly divorced, is not remarried, and is living a chaste
life, may continue to receive Communion provided they are in the state of grace. In fact, the Eucharist will
give them the strength and graces they need to get through the affects of divorce. The problem with receiving
Communion occurs when the divorced person remarries without a Decree of Nullity (wrongly but commonly
referred to as an annulment). Without the Decree, a divorced person is still considered married to their previous
spouse and to enter into another relationship is considered adultery in the eyes of the Church. Catholics in this
situation however, may still attend Mass, and in fact, are still obligated to do so. They may not receive the
Eucharist or be a Baptism or Confirmation sponsor due to their irregular marriage. It is important that such
persons speak with a priest and begin the process to seek a Decree of Nullity, and then regularize their current
situation within the Church through convalidation of the marriage.

If you have a question you would like to see answered in this column, please call, write, or E-mail Jo-Ann
Metzdorff in the Parish Office (627-0385 or

                             Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

           Do you know someone who may have thought about becoming a Catholic?

              RCIA is the normative way for un-baptized adults and children over seven,
          or those baptized in other Christian faiths, to be initiated into the Catholic Church.
            Sessions are held in the Ministry Center following the 10:30 AM Sunday Mass.
                        Please contact Jo-Ann Metzdorff for more information.

                  New Inquirers are accepted at any time during the year.
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

                                                   Incoming Missal
                                                  by Jo-Ann Metzdorff, D.Min.

                                         The Liturgy of the Eucharist:
                                       The Gifts We Bring to Offer - Part I
Having been fed at the Table of the Word, we now prepared to celebrate the Liturgy of the Eucharist, which is the
second part of our celebration of the Mass. As mentioned in an earlier article, both the Liturgy of the Word and the
Liturgy of the Eucharist “form but one single act of worship” (General Instruction of the Roman Missal, #28). The
Liturgy of the Eucharist consists of several rites: the Preparation of the Altar and the Gifts, the Eucharistic Prayer, and
the Communion Rite. Each of these rites contains several elements that we will explore here and in upcoming articles.
Most of the revisions of the English translation of the Missal will be found in the prayers of these rites, the bulk of
them being the prayers of the priest. But, since the priest is praying on our behalf, paying attention to these prayers
helps us to enter more deeply into the sacred action.
The General Instruction of the Roman Missal states that the Liturgy of the Eucharist focuses on the “Paschal Sacrifice
and banquet, by which the Sacrifice of the Cross is continuously made present in the Church, whenever the priest,
representing Christ the Lord, carries out what the Lord himself did and handed over to his disciples to be done in his
memory (#72). We, as the assembled Body of Christ, take part through prayerful attention to the prayers, but also
through our singing, our responses, our gestures and postures, and our interior disposition.
The Liturgy of the Eucharist begins with the Preparation of the Altar and the Gifts, starting with the Offertory Chant.
This is usually a congregational hymn, but it can also be a chanted psalm, a choral anthem sung by the choir alone, or
simply instrumental music. It continues at least until the gifts are placed on the altar.
This part of the Mass is usually the time for the weekly collection. Some may wonder why a collection is taken up
as part of the Mass. From the earliest times, the people brought with them to the Eucharistic celebration the bread
and wine that was made by their hands to be offered at the altar. Contributions were also taken up to help the poor,
widows, orphans, and to provide income for the Church. The collection is important for one of the precepts of the
Church is to provide for its support. It also represents a sacrifice we are making. In these difficult financial times, our
money is important. It signifies many hours spent in work and toil. In the spirit of good stewardship, we offer up a
portion of our “treasure” so that the good work of the Church can continue. The money we offer goes to running our
parish, our schools and the many different charities that need our support in order to continue.
At the beginning of Mass there should be nothing on the altar except the white altar cloth and the Book of Gospels
that was processed in by the deacon and brought to the ambo for the reading of the Gospel. While the collection is
being taken up, it is the responsibility of the deacon, if one is present, to prepare the altar assisted by the altar servers.
The following items are placed on the altar. The corporal is a square cloth upon which the vessels are placed. It
also “catches” any particles of the consecrated hosts that may fall to the altar. The sacramentary, which will soon be
referred to only by its proper name, the Roman Missal, is the large red book that contains all of the prayers of the Mass.
The priest’s chalice is also placed on the altar at this time. The chalice may have a purificator on top of it, which is a
rectangular cloth used to purify the chalice, and the pall, a small, hard linen square sometimes used to cover the chalice
to protect the wine from contaminants. If Communion is being distributed under both species, additional cups and
purificators are brought to the altar at this time as well.
When the altar is prepared and the collection taken, we are ready for the Procession with the Gifts. In the next article I
will explore the significance of our gifts and the idea of offering not only the bread and wine, but ourselves as well.
As you prepare for Mass this week, think about how the prayers and readings in the Liturgy of the Word prepare you to
enter into the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Also, consider your own sacrificial offering for the support of the parish and
the Church at large. Is my financial offering truly a sacrificial gift to the parish? Can I increase my offering at this
time to assist the parish in meeting its many obligations?                                                                                 July 18, 2010

                               Parish Social Ministry
                   Juice                  Canned Fruit               Peanut Butter/Jelly
                   Sugar                  Tuna Fish                  Pancake Mix/Syrup
                   Jello                  Instant Coffee             Black & Red Beans
                   Tissues                Toilet Paper               Laundry Soap

                                           FOCUS NEWS
          Friends Offering Care Understanding and Support for the divorced, single or widowed

            Monday, July 19th – Funday Monday at North Hempstead Beach Park.
                                10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Bring lunch, cards, games, etc.
                                Entertainment will be provided. Rides are available.
                                Contact: Ronnie LoCascio 365-8355 or Bob Canale 627-6372.
         Thursday, July 22nd – Monthly Bridge game. 12:00 Noon in the Marian room.
                               For further information please call Bob Canale at 627-6372.

                    Do you have tickets to a sporting or cultural event that you may not be using?
                    Give Parish Social Ministry a call at 365-2705. We have families in the parish and
                    community who would love to spend some family time at a special event, but
                    cannot afford to purchase tickets. Please consider giving them the opportunity
                    to share a family day or night out!

Please continue your support of St. Mary’s throughout the summer. Consider enrollment in Faith Direct.
              Visit their website or pick up a form in the parish office.

                                                           Banns of Marriage

                                                                           First Time
                                                               Taryn Wallace and Ryan Wood
                                                           St. Aidan’s, Williston Park   Williston Park

                                                                           Third Time
                                                               June Hinton and George Doyle
                                                                       St. Mary’s, Manhasset
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

                                  Young Adult Ministry
                               SUMMER SERVICE TRIP to APPALACHIA
                                       July 19th - July 24th
                                      This week, ten members of St. Mary’s Young Adult Ministry will fly to
                                      West Virginia to care for the children of St. Anne’s Parish in Webster
                                      Springs. Many of these children lost their fathers in April’s tragic
                                      mining accident. A memorial will be dedicated to those families through
                                      the generosity of St. Mary’s Parish. Please keep our teens, Emily
                                      Albrechtsen, Sarah Barcia, Alice Coughlin, Catherine DeMatteis, Anne
                                      Hull, Adrianna Kavoussi, Caroline Keogh, Madison Molinari, Katharine
                                      Nicosia, Lauren Procaccino, and their chaperones, Pat McDonough,
                                      Bethanne DeMatteis, and Laura Hull, in your prayers this week, as well
                                      as the grieving families of West Virginia.

                    (subject to change)                                        Eucharistic
                July 24th & 25th                                                Adoration
               Saturday, July 24th                                                 Thursday
          5:00 PM     Fr. Allan Sikorski                                        1:00 to 8:00 PM
                Sunday, July 25th
          7:30 AM    Fr. Allan Sikorski
                                                                           In the Chapel,
          9:00 AM    Fr. Joseph Koilparampil                    off the south side of the Church.
          10:30 AM Fr. Vincent Ritchie
          12:00 Noon Msgr. John J. McCann                          Come spend some time in prayer
          5:00 PM    Fr. Renato Sammut                                         before
                                                                      the Blessed Sacrament.

                     The “Pie Nuns”
                      Will Be Here
                       July 24-25!

  The Dominican Sisters of West Hartford, CT will
  be at St. Mary’s next weekend, July 24th and
  25th, selling their homemade bread, brownies,
  and pies after all the weekend Masses. The
  proceeds from this sale will be used to buy
  medical supplies for their mission to support the
  lepers.                                                                                        July 18, 2010

                                                     save the date
                                                                     Class of 1990
     SCHEDULE                                                        Twentieth Reunion Celebration
                                                                     Saturday, July 17th | 7:00 PM
          July 19th - July 25th                                      Long Island Marriott Hotel
                                                                     101 James Doolittle Boulevard, Uniondale
   Monday, July 19th - Friday, July 23rd                             $100 per person
   No assigned altar servers for weekday Masses.
                                                                     18th Annual
Saturday, July 24th                                                  Don Monti Memorial Golf Classic
                                                                     Thursday, September 23rd
 5 :00 PM    A. Kelly, E. Lennon, D. Stevenson,                      Plandome Country Club, Plandome
             O. Welsh

Sunday, July 25th                                                    Class of 1960
                                                                     Fiftieth Reunion Celebration
7:30 AM    T. Mangione, F. Minieri                                   Saturday, October 9th | 7:00 PM
9:00 AM    N. LaBruna, K. LaBruna, J. Miller,                        Roslyn Claremont Hotel
           T. McGreal                                                1221 Old Northern Boulevard, Roslyn
10:30 AM K. Harmon, M. O’Reilly, J. Broderick,                       $105 per person
           T. Pavlovich
12:00 Noon C. O’Sullivan, K. O’Sullivan, D. Russo,                   For more information, please contact the
           E. Scaring                                                Office of Development and Alumni Relations
5:00 PM    C. Sheehan, S. Stanchio, C. Simone,                       at 627 4605 or visit
           B. Trotta

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