Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church

 

DEADLINE INFORMATION
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


30th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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October is the

Month of the Rosary


 

LET’S DO LUNCH!!!

The Cabin Fever Social Group invites you to Lunch

Thursday, November 18th at 2PM

At Villa Monte

782 Old Bethpage Road, Old Bethpage

All are Welcome

3 Course Lunch includes: Salad, Choice of 3 entrees, Cake and Coffee or tea

The cost is only $30.00p/p including tax and tip

Reservations will only be accepted with payment

For Info call:  Paul at 631-692-7897

Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) helps the Church support many ministries, services and programs in the 133 parishes in Nassau and Suffolk counties.  CMA uses the donations from parishioners throughout the Diocese of Rockville Centre for the restrictive purpose of supporting religious education for public school children, vocations for priests, deacons and lay leaders, parish outreach programs, prison and hospital ministries, special needs programs and many other Diocesan efforts.  

Click on the CMA video below, please listen to how your contribution helps to keep these vital programs going. 

CMA 2021 from Catholic Faith Network on Vimeo.


REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINK TO EACH SESSION.  PLEASE CONTACT THE WESTERN VICARIATE OFFICE WITH YOUR NAME, PARISH, E-MAIL, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER.  SEND YOUR E-MAIL TO WESTERNVICARIATE@DRVC.ORG OR CALL SUZANNE  AT 516-744-6850



Religious Ed. information

All questions regarding Religious Ed. fall registration should be directed to Bullet at bullet007@hnjchurch.net or (516)-921-2334 ext. 10. Thank you

 

Sept 13, 2021

Dear Parents,

Hope this letter finds you well especially this COVID-19 pandemic has continuously thrown the world into crisis. Schools and offices, restaurants and bars, governments, friends, and families have been forced to reevaluate their conduct and everyday business activities. The church is no exception to these drastic changes and shifts of the world.

As a result of COVID-19, parents had to learn the new technologies and re-learn with their children at home. They had to be the teachers/catechists of their own child/ren. This past year, the logistics surrounding sacramental preparation and class instructions had to be sorted out by both the parish and Diocese. The pandemic also called into question whether or not we will be able to hold in-person classes during this school year. As a result, we had to make decisions, some minor and some major about the Religious Ed Program.

Some families of the lower grade levels have decided to teach their own child/ren at home but unfortunately no new families registered for this year. There’s also the fact that the class(es) only have 1 or 2 children per class. The best options we can offer for 1-6 grade levels are for home study.

For 7-8th grade levels and any who prefer in-person classes, St Edwards has agreed to welcome the children into their classes.

We hope and pray that whatever the purpose of this pandemic in our lives and in this world that we learn to trust and continue to have Faith in God and one another.

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you one way or another regarding the faith formation of your child/ren. Please stay well and safe.

Sincerely,

Lorelei “Bullet” Onglengco

HNJ Coordinator of Religious Education


Bishop Barres’s Pastoral Letter – Evangelium Vitae

Bishop Barres Letter to College Students


Please click here for a message from our business manager, Lorelei Onglengco, regarding online donations.