St. Patrick's Online Bulletin
50 Years Later, A Pope's Predictions Have Come True08-12-2018Rev. Msgr. Ellsworth R. Walden
Life is far more than existence. Just because we are a living breathing being does not mean we are fully alive. The fullness of life comes from loving and being loved. That is so basic. Without people to love us and care for us, without people we can love and care for, life is dull, empty, boring, and pretty much meaningless. On July 25th our Bishop John Barres issued a pastoral letter commemorating the 50th anniversary Pope Paul VI’s encyclical letter Humanae Vitae (Of Human Life).READ MORE
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St. Patrick’s is in need of a part-time custodian for afternoons and some fill-in work. Must be reliable.
For more information or if interested, call the rectory at 631-265-2271 and leave a message for John Jackson.
St. Patrick’s parishioners routinely help families who are struggling financially at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter by providing holiday meals, Christmas gifts and Easter baskets. Unfortunately, economic hardship is a year-round phenomenon. Summer is a tough time for food pantries, including our own.
Check out the Knights of Columbus Hall located at 199 Smithtown Blvd. in Nesconset. Rent includes a bartender. The capacity is 50 people.
For more information, call 631-656-0616.