Saint Anne's R.C. Church

88 Second Ave, Brentwood NY  11717
Telephone: 631-273-8113   •   Fax: 631-436-7914

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Parish Website: www.stannebrentwood.org 

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MASS SCHEDULE:
Monday - Friday: 12:00 Noon and 5:00 PM* (English) 
Wednesday: 7:30 PM (French Creole) 
Thursday: 7:00 PM (Spanish) 
Saturday Morning Daily Mass: 9:00 AM (English)
Saturday: 5:00 PM (English), 7:00 PM (Spanish) 
Sunday: 7:30 AM (English), 9:00 AM (Spanish), 11:00 AM (English), 12:30 PM (French Creole), 3:00 PM (Spanish), 5:00 PM (English), 6:00 PM (Spanish)

CONFESSIONS:
Daily:  Monday – Friday 4:30 PM* 
Saturdays:  4:00 - 4:45 PM

* new time as of 10/19/20

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11:00AM English 
12:30PM French-Creole

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Video links to this important announcement from Bishop Barres:

English Version:  https://vimeo.com/539770359/666db7c84d

Spanish Version: https://vimeo.com/539770598/4a8025fe89

 

Exclamation

Information regarding the deadlines for filing proofs of claim in the Diocese’s chapter 11 case and the forms to use can be found by clicking on the following link to the Diocese’s bankruptcy website and scrolling down the page:

https://dm.epiq11.com/drvc

 (La versión en español sigue al inglés)

Dear Families,

The request of John and James in this Sunday’s Gospel brings to light how even Jesus’ followers had the desire to be approved and rewarded in worldly terms.  Whenever human beings gather, we ask who is best, number 1, champion, leader.  As a family, we also struggle with disagreements and power struggles.  Listen to the Gospel and learn how Jesus teaches us the importance of service and sacrifice in the life of a disciple.  Jesus wants his followers to imitate him by being humble and becoming servants of all.

Jesus came to serve, not to be served and gave his life as a sacrifice to save us.  Each time you go to Mass, know that the Lamb of God is offering himself for you in the sacrifice of the Eucharist.  See the glory of his life being poured out for you, then let it inspire you to go and pour yourself out for others.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other these questions.

In your family, how do you struggle with authority?  How do you put each other’s needs before your own?

Family Prayer:  Open our eyes Lord to see the needs of others and grow in our desire to serve them.  Amen

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October 17, 2021 - 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

    In the Gospel of this Sunday, we hear James and John trying to secure for themselves a good place in God’s glory in Heaven. They look for a place of importance, close to Jesus himself, but they are motivated totally by self-interest and an immature vision of Heaven. Jesus is not surprised by their childish request, but he tries to bring the dialogue into the reality of things on earth and in heaven.

    By talking about the cup of life and the baptism of initiation and using the answers given by the Apostles, Jesus reveals to them the truth of things that will happen, intending not to humiliate them. Jesus teaches them about the way that authority should be administered and used, to accomplish its purpose and not as a personal advantage over others. The great lesson about the authority, is about the prominence of service and of common good, seen from the position of the Savior, who as Jesus stated: “came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Matthew 20:28).

10/17/21 - Vigésimo Noveno Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

 Queridas Hermanas y Hermanos:

   En el Evangelio de este Domingo escuchamos a Santiago y Juan tratando de asegurarse un buen lugar en la gloria de Dios en el Cielo. Buscan un lugar de importancia, cerca del mismo Jesus, pero están motivados totalmente por el interés propio y la visión inmadura del Cielo. A Jesus no le sorprende su solicitud infantil, pero trata de llevar el dialogo a la realidad de las cosas en la tierra y en el cielo.

   Hablando de la copa de la vida y del bautismo de iniciación y utilizando las respuestas dadas por los Apóstoles, Jesus les revela la verdad de las cosas que suceden, con la intención de no humillarlos. Jesus les enseña como se debe administrar y usar la autoridad, para lograr su propósito y como una ventaja personal sobre los demás. La gran lección sobre autoridad, es sobre la prominencia del servicio y del bien común, visto desde la posición del Salvador, quien como dijo Jesus: no vino para ser servido, sino para servir, y para dar vida en rescate por muchos.

Announcements

1. We need strong volunteers to help in outreach. If you are healthy and have time, you may be retired but you want to serve those in need, please contact Janet in the parish outreach.

May God bless you all!!

 

ANUNCIOS

1. Necesitamos voluntarios fuertes para ayudarnos en nuestra oficina de alcance.  Si esta saludable y tiene tiempo, talvez este retirado, pero quiere servir a otros, favor comunicarse con Janet en la oficina de alcance.

Dios bendiga a todos siempre.

Volunteers Needed

The Guilds of Good Samaritan Hospital are currently seeking new members to join our team of volunteers. Opportunities include but are not limited to, our Thrift Shop, Gift Shop, and Gift Cart. Patient facing roles and clerical opportunities are also available within the hospital. To obtain an application, or to learn more information, please contact Good Samaritan Hospital’s Manager of Volunteer Services, Brittany Colasanto at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 631-376-3659. We look forward to meeting you!.

Brittany Colasanto
Manager, Volunteer Services
The Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation

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Background Screening Update

The Office for the Protection of Children and Young People:

The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People (The Charter) promulgated by the Bishops of the United States in 2002 outlines specific practices and guidelines providing standards of safety in parishes and dioceses throughout the United States. As directed in The Charter, the Diocese of Rockville Centre requires all employees, clergy, and volunteers to complete three requirements within thirty days of employment or volunteering:

  1. Attend Protecting God’s Children Program (Virtus)
  2. Sign the Codes of Conduct;
  3. Complete a background screen application. The Diocese requires all those who remain in active ministry be rescreened at 5 yr. intervals. volunteers/employees.

 

The 'Equality Act' discriminates against people of faith and threatens unborn life.

Tell Congress you oppose it!
 
Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. The so-called Equality Act, which is being voted on in the U.S. House of Representatives soon, in many ways does the opposite and needs to be opposed. Instead of respecting differences in beliefs about marriage and sexuality, the Equality Act would discriminate against people of faith. 
 
The Equality Act would: punish faith-based organizations, such as charities and schools who serve everyone in their communities, simply because of their beliefs; force girls and women to compete against boys and men for limited opportunities in sports, and to share locker rooms and shower spaces with biological males who identify as women; risk mandating taxpayers to fund abortions; force people in everyday life, and especially health care workers, to support gender transition; and expand what the government considers a “public” place, forcing even some parish halls to host functions that conflict with Catholic beliefs.