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Saint Frances Cabrini R.C. Church 134 Middle Country Road, Coram, NY 11727
Rectory Office: (631) 732-8445 Fax: (631) 732-8978 E-mail: [email protected] Web site: www.sfccoram.org
Mission Statement St. Frances Cabrini Church is a Roman Catholic parish community with ethnic diversity. Our central focus is the Eucharist from which all aspects of parish life emanate. Being a Spirit filled, prayerful and proactive parish, we foster Christian family life, evangelization, and the spiritual nourishment of all parishioners, both young and old. We endeavor to follow the example of St. Frances Cabrini and attend to all God's children in their temporal and spiritual needs in order to alleviate their suffering. We do all in the name of Jesus who is Lord and Savior of us all.
Our parish enjoys a rainbow of activities for all ages in Liturgy and in Service. If you wish to join or volunteer, please contact the rectory.
Pastoral Staff Rev. Gil Lap, Pastor Rev. Jerry Ringenback – Weekend Assistant Deacon Peter Acquaro Deacon C. Sonny Pagnotta – (631) 698-3149 Deacon Monte Naylor (Retired) Carol Repetti, Secretary Doris Gallagher, Receptionist Louise Prinzivalli, Director of Music Christopher Catalano, Music Minister Lynn Zummo, Organist Michael Treanor, Buildings & Grounds
Rectory Office: (631) 732-8445 Hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM and 1:00-4:30 PM
Evenings by Appointment Only. Office is closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Religious Formation: (631) 698-3149 Deacon C. Sonny Pagnotta, Director William Bowden, Coordinator Adult Faith Formation
Regional Catholic School-Holy Angels – (631) 475-0422 Michael Connell, Principal
Parish Social Ministry, Outreach and Pantry (Mon, Wed, Friday: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Denise Bugge, Director (631) 736-6835
Parish Trustees: Robert Sanfilippo Anthony Zambri
We Celebrate the Eucharist Saturday: 5:00 PM Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM (Family Mass) & 11:00 AM
12:30 PM (Spanish) Weekdays: Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM
First Saturday 9:00 AM
Sacraments Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturdays 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM or by appointment
Infant Baptism Contact Rectory – (631) 732-8445
RCIA (Adults and Children) Adults and children seeking initiation into the Catholic Church. Contact Rectory – (631) 732-8445
Marriage Arrangements must be made at least six months in advance. Please call Deacon C. Sonny Pagnotta at (631) 698-3149
Anointing the Sick Contact the Rectory for the anointing and/or Eucharistic visits to the sick and the homebound.
Devotions • Novena to the Blessed Mother and St. Frances Cabrini
Monday (following 8:00 AM Mass)
• Rosary and Divine Mercy Weekdays Monday through Friday (following 8:00 AM Mass)
• Eucharist Adoration First Saturday of every month (1:00 - 3:30 PM)
All Are Welcome
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Bulletin Reflection “Observe what is right, do what
is just.” As stewards of the Faith, we are called to live
according to the teachings of the Church.
Living Stewardship Pillar of Prayer
We will all experience some hurt or pain in our lives. Let us, like the Canaanite woman, run to Jesus and ask Him to have pity on us.
MONDAY August 17, 2020
Ez 24:15-24/Mt 19:16-22 (419)
8:00AM Suzanne Fitzgibbon
TUESDAY August 18, 2020
Ez 28:1-10/Mt 19:23-30 (420)
8:00AM Johanna DiGiovanni
WEDNESDAY August 19, 2020
Ez 34:1-11/Mt 20:1-16 (421)
8:00AM Violet & Jeannette
THURSDAY August 20, 2020
Ez 36:23-28/Mt 22:1-14 (422)
8:00AM Mell Farrell Jr
FRIDAY August 21, 2020
Ez 37:1-14/Mt 22:34-40 (423)
SATURDAY August 22, 2020
Ez 43:1-7ab/Mt 23:1-12 (424)
5:00PM John Pankaini
SUNDAY August 23, 2020
Is 22:19-23/Rom 11:33-36/Mt 16:13-20 (121)
8:00AM O'Kula & Katzenberger Family
9:30AM Lesley Ameres
11:00AM People of the Parish
12:30PM Spanish Mass
Amount needed weekly to meet our budget: $11,300
August 9, 2020
Regular Collection: $9146.85
Envelopes: 132 Attendance: 467
For the End to
Bread and Wine
Sincere Thanks for All You Do for the Parish of St. Frances Cabrini
Know that you are in our prayers
as we together get through this difficult time.
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Continued thanks to all who have been able to support our parish financially and in a voluntary capacity, especially those who have helped to clean the church after masses.
Stay safe, keep praying; and for those of you who are still not able to attend, we hope to see you soon, until then, know you are in our prayers.
God Bless You.
PARISH FAMILY MINISTRY The St. Frances Cabrini Parish Family
Ministry is holding its 2 nd
Annual Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, October 10 from 12 to 5 PM. Last year's debut was a huge success and we are looking forward to a repeat performance. The fee is $25
for a carload of friends and/or family payable in advance. Reservations close Sunday, September 27. Food and prizes
at the Parish Center are included. So don't be left out! Reserve your spot now!
For information call Diane at 631 345-3027
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St. Frances Cabrini Religious Formation Help Us - Opportunities
We are in need of volunteers. YOU are very important to our program! It has been a long tradition at St. Frances Cabrini that our parish family has offered their time and talents. It is through caring, sharing and praying that our community has grown in love and support of one another. The success of our religious formation program depends on the dedicated individuals in our parish willing to share their time, talents and faith with the future church, our parish children. We encourage all our parishioners, as well as parents of children in our program to help out in some way. We are always in need of catechists, assistant catechists, and safety monitors who oversee the arrival and dismissal of our students.
CATECHISTS & ASSISTANT CATECHISTS “Go Make Disciples and teach them everything that I have commanded you.” Please consider volunteering as a catechist or assistant catechist for the primary levels 1 to 6 or junior high levels 7 and 8. The Mission of a Catechist and Assistant Catechist is such an important one. It is a mission that has been given to the whole Church: that every individual Christian shares in the work of Jesus Christ. The Role of a Catechist and Assistant Catechist is to bring our young people closer to Jesus and grow in their faith as Catholics. Through their service the catechist and assistant catechist nurtures and mentors the faith and spiritual growth of the children they teach so that they may form a firm commitment to follow Christ. Qualifications of a Catechist or Assistant Catechist: A catechist or assistant catechist must be at least 18 years old, a practicing catholic in good standing who attends weekly Mass regularly, has a love for children, the desire to grow in faith and share that journey with young people, the ability to relate well to others, a sense of humor and flexibility, and a willingness to be of service to the Church. Catechist and Assistant Catechist Formation: Training and support is available to all our catechists and assistant catechists. Please consider, pray and call me. Deacon Sonny 631-698-3149
Monthly Intentions and Development for Spiritual Adoption
August In the 6th month of spiritual adoption we pray for both parents’ emotional welfare and maturation toward making good decisions and modeling good behavior for their child. Our baby is five months old and halfway to birth. He is very active. Sleep habits develop and his mother can feel him move and stretch, particularly when she is resting. He is getting bigger, weighing one pound, is about 12 inches "tall" and is strong enough to kick against the outer uterine wall and dent it. Some day he may play soccer! Up to now, although he swam with ease in his watery world, he was too small for his mother to detect because the inside wall of the uterus has no feeling. Babies born at this time have survived, however.
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Social Ministry Happenings [email protected]
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“How much we need Mary to teach us what it means to satiate God’s Thirsting Love for us, which Jesus came to reveal to us. She did it so beautifully. Yes, Mary allowed God to take possession of her life by her purity, her humility and her faithful love. Let us seek to grow under the
guidance of our Heavenly Mother”.
St. Teresa of Calcutta
When possible please purchase cans with pop tops. Many of our clients are homeless and this will enable them to easily open the cans.
Be sure to check our parish website sfccoram.org for emergency hotline direct links