News

Entries for January 2018

Congratulations! We are proud to announce the following 8th grade High School Scholarship Recipients: Sebastian Chaber, Senta Cho, Luigi DeAngelis, Lisa Jafferakos, Isabella Romano, Matthew Soltys & Nicole Wu. These students have been awarded scholarships to several Catholic High Schools throughout the Diocese of Brooklyn a...

Read more...

Posted in: Primary Home Page
* Weekly Memorial Gifts * We have many Weekly Memorial Gifts available. Please consider memorializing a loved one by purchasing any of these gifts that we have available: Bread & Wine ($25.00), Altar Flowers ($50.00 per basket), the Sanctuary Lamp ($25.00) or Altar Candles ($25.00 for a set of two). It is a lovely way to honor some...

Read more...

Posted in: Primary Home Page
* Weekly Memorial Gifts * We have many Weekly Memorial Gifts available. Please consider memorializing a loved one by purchasing any of these gifts that we have available: Bread & Wine ($25.00), Altar Flowers ($50.00 per basket), the Sanctuary Lamp ($25.00) or Altar Candles ($25.00 for a set of two). It is a lovely way to honor some...

Read more...

Posted in: Primary Home Page
Blessing of the Throats for Saint Blaise  Throat blessings will be given at after the 8:30 am individually and as a group after the 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm Mass on February 3rd. 
Posted in: Primary Home Page
Please note that the Rectory Office will be closed on Monday, January 15th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will reopen again on Tuesday, January 16th with regular business hours.  
Posted in: Primary Home Page
Posted in: Primary Home Page
As we begin to head towards the end of the year, anyone wishing to claim his or her contributions to our church as an Income Tax deduction—and have it confirmed in Writing by us—MUST BE REGISTERED PARISHONERS. We cannot provide a statement of contributions for 2016 income tax purposes to anyone who is not registered and not us...

Read more...

Posted in: Primary Home Page
  “For he is the best student who does not read his thoughts into the book, but lets it reveal its own; who draws from it its sense, and does not import his own into it, nor force upon its words a meaning which he had determined was the right one before he opened its pages.” — Saint Hilary    ...

Read more...

Posted in: Primary Home Page