Serving at Dorothy Day

 

On the first Friday of every odd month we will be cooking and serving the meal at the Dorothy Day soup kitchen. Dorothy Day Hospitality House serves 80-120 hot meals each afternoon and also offers bag lunches for guests to take with them. Everyone who comes to the door is welcomed as a guest, with no questions asked. Starting at 1 p.m, we prepare for the meal: heat food, set tables, fill bread baskets, make coffee and drinks, plate salads and desserts, etc. The doors open at 3:15 p.m. and we serve until 4:45 p.m. After serving is done we clean up and are finished by 5:30 p.m.

 

Adults and high school students are needed to help prepare and serve the meal.

 

Remaining date for 2012: Nov 2

 

Dates in 2013 are:

Jan 4

Mar 1

May 3

Jul 5

Sep 6

Nov 1 

 

If you’d like to put your faith to work by helping out or have questions, contact Father Luke.


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Monday, April 14, 9 AM – Bridegroom Matins


Monday, April 14, 7 PM – Presanctified Liturgy


Tuesday, April 15, 8 AM – Bridegroom Matins


Tuesday, April 15, 7 PM – Presanctified Liturgy


Wednesday, April 16, 9 AM – Bridegroom Matins


Wednesday, April 16, 12 noon – Presanctified Liturgy


Wednesday, April 16, 7 PM – Holy Unction Service


Thursday, April 17, 9 AM – Vesperal Liturgy – Institution of the Eucharist


Thursday, April 17, 7 PM – Matins and the Reading of the 12 Passion Gospels


Friday, April 18, 9 AM – Royal Hours


Friday, April 18, 7 PM – Great & Holy Friday Vespers with Procession and Guarding the Tomb


Saturday, April 19, 9 AM – Vesperal Liturgy


Saturday, April 19, 11 PM – Nocturne, Paschal Matins, Paschal Divine Liturgy followed by blessing of the Baskets and Agape Meal


Sunday, April 20, 12 Noon – Paschal Vespers


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Happenings

Women's Knitting Group

The Women’s Knitting and Craft group is working on a special knitting project. If you are an
experienced knitter and would like to find out more about it, see Suad Behrend. knitting groupThis group is open to all whether you know how to knit or would like to learn. Or, bring sewing, scrapbooking or any other craft project you’re working on. This group will give an opportunity for the members to bond together in a Christian atmosphere. If you are interested in coming together to grow closer to your fellow parishioners please contact Suad Behrend at 203.304.1034 or Amy Arifin 914.434.1027. The Knitting Group meets the first Sunday of every month


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Senior High Youth Mission Trip

High school students in our parish will be participating in a youth mission project from July 19-27, 2014, traveling to Appalachia to work on home repairs for those in need through the Appalachia Service ProjectSM (ASP).


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Confession

The main purpose of all fasts is the reunification with God, from whom we have been separated by our sins. We fast, abstain and pray with greater fervor in order to, with God's help, create in ourselves a spiritual condition which is conducive to genuine, contrite repentance. Having prepared ourselves through the effort of fasting, we come to confession. Yet the mere fact that we came to confession does not guarantee us automatic cleansing from our sins. Complete cleansing requires complete and correct repentance. It is with these facts in mind that we offer the following exhortation on confession. Before confession one should attempt to recall all the sins which one has committed voluntarily or involuntarily.

One must attentively re-examine one's life in order to recall not only those sins committed since the last confession, but also those which have not been confessed through forgetfulness. Then, with compunction and a contrite heart, approach the Cross and the Gospel and begin the confession of your sins.
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