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St. Boniface Martyr Roman Catholic Church “We are a pilgrim people on a journey toward the Kingdom of God.� Established 1898 ~ Sea Cliff, NY Serving the people of God in the communities of Sea Cliff, Glenwood Landing, Glen Head and Glen Cove

Reverend Kevin J. Dillon, Pastor


St. Boniface Martyr Church Proudly Invites You To

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in the Gym immediately following Handel’s Messiah Concert in church & Christmas Tree Lighting at 4pm (see page 5). A Fun, Free, Parish-Run Event with: Christmas Displays & Treats from Different Countries Silent Auction & 50/50 Raffle Live Entertainment & Christmas Carol Sing-Along Photo Op with Special Mystery Visitors from the North Pole!

Bring your family & friends to start celebrating the Christmas Season in the most festive way! For more information or to lend your support, please contact: Belinda: 516-551-2788/ bzbasaca@gmail.com or Vivian: vivianalorama@yahoo.com


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Mass Schedule

Please Pray

Daily Mass: 8am in Our Lady of Mercy Chapel. Sundays: Saturdays 5pm; Sundays: 9am, 10:30am, 12 noon in the Church.

For Our Deceased

Special Intentions: 5pm first Saturday of month.

For Our Sick

Confession: Saturdays 4pm-4:45pm Rosary: Mondays-Saturdays after 8am Mass Second Sunday of Advent, December 4, 2016 Isaiah 11:1-10; Romans 15:4-9; Matthew 3:1-12 The bread, wine, candles and sanctuary lamp were donated in loving memory of Sioban Rack in remembrance of her 60th birthday by Nancy, Patsy and Emily Furlong. 5pm Mass Intentions: Robin Halleran, Gio Perciballi, Julie Hedgecock Monarchio, Daniel J. Heim, Ro D’Alessandro, Rose Sica 9am Mass Intention: Francis Serpico 10:30am Mass Intention: Parishioners 12pm Mass Intention: Lofia Mystkowska 4pm Concert, Christmas Tree Lighting, Crèche Blessing followed by Christmas around the World

Monday, December 5 Isaiah 35:1-10; Luke 5:17-26 Tuesday, December 6 Memorial of St. Nicholas, bishop Isaiah 40:1-11; Matthew 18:12-14 7:30pm Parish Mission Wednesday, December 7 Memorial of St. Ambrose, bishop, Doctor of the Church Isaiah 40:25-31; Matthew 11:28-30 5:30pm Holy Day Vigil Mass: Jim McCabe Thursday, December 8 (Holy Day)  Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception Gen 3:9-15, 20; Eph 1:3-6, 11-12; Luke 1:26-38 8am Mass Intention: Richard Hamilton 12:15pm Mass Intention: Anna Liguoro 7:30pm Mass Intention: Albert Izzo Friday, December 9 Memorial of St. Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin Isaiah 48:17-19; Matthew 11:16-19 Saturday, December 10 Sirach 48:1-4, 9-11; Matthew 17:9a, 10-13 8am Mass Intention: Angelo D’Avino 5pm Mass Intention: Parishioners

Please pray for those who entered into eternal life, especially George Wansor. William Anderson, Bill Berkley, Frances Breen, Caesar Cavese, Philip French, Carol Griffin, Kay Johnson, Troy Johnson, Joseph Korade, Toni Lauria, Georgia Leim, Michelle Martone, Kenneth Moore, John Orozco, Tom Ryan, Jr., Maria Santoli, Anna Fiora Seda, Kathy Sherman, Katrina Stern, Jessie Surig, Steven Taibbi, Steven Tipton, Priscilla Waltz. (Enrollment on the sick list must be requested by an immediate family member through Fr. Kevin.)

For Our Military Lieutenant Melissa Buffa & Lieutenant Travis Buffa Lance CPL Matthew B. Christman Second Lieutenant Mario Coronel, US Army Second Lieutenant Matthew Coronel, US Army. Flight Lieutenant Joseph Doyle Jake A. Hojnowski, Sailor E-3, US Navy Lance CPL Gregory Knox Private First Class Ignazio LaManna, US Army Private First Class Vincent S. LaManna, Jr., US Army Lieutenant Brian McMenamin Lieutenant Ian McMenamin Private First Class Joshua McMillan Lieutenant Michael R. Ragusa, USN Corporal Cole N. Muttee, USMC Lieutenant Commander Drew Whitting, US Navy SP-4 Class Luke Whitting, US Army Captain Christina Merrick-Wright Captain Bradley Wright, US Army.

Stewardship… a Way of Life Thank you for your Financial Stewardship of $7207 and $1881 donation for Fuel last week. Next week there will be a second collection for the Religious Retirement Fund.

Special Assistance Donation “Your surplus at the present time should supply their needs so that their surplus may in turn one day supply your need.” (II Cor 8:14).

If you have “surplus” please place it in an envelope marked Special Assistance and Fr. Kevin will see it helps “supply their needs." Please pray about what Jesus is calling you to do.


Ministries St. Boniface Youth Group

All 8th-12th graders are invited to Youth Center on Sundays from 6-8pm. Follow us on instagram username: stbonyg,. Join our facebook page ‘St. Boniface Martyr Youth Group. Email Youth Minister, Chris, at stbonym@gmail.com.

Catholic Daughters

First Mondays of the month at 11am in the parish center for women age 18 and older. Juniors ages 1118; Juniorettes ages 6 -10 (date/place on request). Contact: Eileen Stanton www.catholicdaughters.org.

Prayer Group Mondays at 7:30pm in the chapel. Contact John and Rosemary Murello at 676-2767.

Holy Hour and Benediction Wednesdays at 2pm in the chapel.

Prayer Vigil for the Sick Thursdays 7pm -7:30pm in the chapel.

Scripture Study Thursdays 7:30pm in the parish center. We are continuing the study of Luke’s Gospel. All welcome. Contact John and Rosemary Murello at 676-2767.

Prayer Quilts Friday at 10am in the Parish Center. Contact Cathy Sackett at crz4sqr5@aol.com for more information.

Bingo Fridays 7pm. Knights of Columbus Hall, 83 Sea Cliff Avenue. All proceeds go to charity, including our St. Boniface Outreach Ministry.

Miraculous Medal Novena Saturdays after 8am Mass in the chapel with veneration of the relic of St. Catherine of Labore.

Lay Carmelites of Blessed Titus Brandsma Third Saturdays at 9am in the parish center.

Men’s Ministry Meeting

Fourth Saturdays of the month beginning with 8am Mass in the chapel. We are called to become the best version of ourselves. Our faith response to current events is at the heart of our discussions. Contact Rich Lucidi at qbalwily@optonline.net for more information.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

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In today’s Gospel, John the Baptist urges us to “Prepare the way of the Lord.” This is what Advent is all about, for we are called to help prepare the way of the Lord by making the real meaning of Christmas come alive in our own hearts, in our family and to reach out to those in need. Is there a family you know who needs assistance? Please contact the Society of St. Vincent de Paul so that together we can help the suffering and poor to celebrate Christmas. As you put your gift in the St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box please say a prayer for those who have no one to pray for them. When you give the furniture, household items and clothing you no longer use to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, you give hope to your neighbors who have nothing. To give thanks for all that God has given to you, have you considered answering the call to help serve the poor by joining the Society of St. Vincent de Paul? Call the parish center at 676-0676 for

Outreach Program The volunteers of the Outreach Program thank you for your continued support. We are preparing Christmas food packets and would appreciate donations of: stuffing. gravy, corn bread mix, cake mix, canned yams and unrefrigerated milk. You are invited to become an Outreach volunteer for 3 hours on a Wednesday or Saturday every 4 to 5 weeks. Please call Jody at 516-322-3347 or David at 516-458-0596. Thank you.

The Long Island Catholic Magazine The December edition of The Long Island Catholic Magazine features the Church of the Good Shepherd, Holbrook; a profile of recently ordained priest, Fr. Sean Magaldi; a feature on the Diocesan Choir and a cover story on Catholic Charities’ Regina Residence providing hope to mothers who face an unexpected pregnancy. The Long Island Catholic depends upon your subscription to continue to bring these positive stories about our Church to its people. Subscribe today at licatholic.org or call 1-800-443-2155. One year of 10 issues for $20.


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From the Pastor’s Desk

ALL THINGS POSSIBLE WITH GOD As many of you know, I attended St. Pius X Preparatory Seminary in Uniondale. Pius was the high school Seminary for our Diocese. The faculty was composed of several priests, a religious sister and a good number of lay men and women. The priests were very supportive and certainly served as good role models for young men who were considering a vocation to the priesthood. Sadly, due to declining enrollment and few priestly vocations from the school, Bishop McGann closed it in the early 1980’s. I remember once speaking to one of my favorite teachers, Fr. Brendan Riordan about the life of a priest and how I was concerned about being able to give a homily at mass. Fr. Riordan gently said, “Don’t worry; God will take care of that for you.” Then he said, “It’s a wonderful life and Our Lord will be with you every step of the way. Now as a priest I realize what he meant, especially with regard to preaching and that is reliance on the Holy Spirit. In and of himself, the priest can accomplish very little; it is Our Lord who does the inspiring and the priest simply cooperates with that. Many biblical passages clearly indicate that there is no Biblical basis for self-esteem, self-love, selfreliance, self-confidence, self-image or any of the other isms advocated by the worldly system of psychology. The Bible’s answer for many of our emotional problems is to turn away from self to Christ and His all sufficient word. Some examples of this include “I can do all things in Christ, who strengthens me.” (Phil 4:13) and Jesus, said “With humans it is impossible, but not for God. For God all things are possible!” (Mk. 10:27) Christmas is exactly three weeks away, and many people find this time of year busy and hectic to say the least.

Our scripture readings for Sundays and the weekdays of Advent are indicative of a good number of people who were filled with hopeful enthusiasm and optimism regarding God’s active presence in their lives. Mary, the Mother of God is a prime example when she was asked to be the Theotokos, or God-bearer. Although a bit unsure and perhaps somewhat anxious, Our Lady cooperates with God’s plan for salvation and responds to the angel Gabriel, “Let it be done unto me, according to Your Word.” In other words, Mary directs it back to God and helps fulfill God’s plan of redemption for humanity. Saint John the Baptist and his mother Elizabeth also acknowledge that it is God who is in charge, not them. Elizabeth, despite her old age, has complete and utter confidence that with God, all things are possible, and her son, St. John the Baptist reminds us that it is He who must increase and us who must decrease. Even John’s dad, Zechariah, who in the beginning refuses to believe ultimately, realizes that it is God who is at work, when he writes his new son’s name on the tablet, “His name shall be called John.” Customarily, Zechariah’s son should have been named after his father, but Zechariah now realizes that God has a hand in this. Take some time during these busy days to recognize God’s active presence in your life. Perhaps attend daily mass one or two days a week, attend Handle’s Messiah concert this Sunday at 4pm followed by our Tree Lighting and Christmas Around the World Celebration or our Advent Mission Christmas in Story, Song Word and Art this Tuesday, December 6 at 7:30pm in Church, or avail yourself of the sacrament of Reconciliation to help you prepare for the great feast of the Incarnation. — Fr. Kevin


Handel’s Messiah The North Shore Chamber Choir will present selections from Handel's Messiah in our church on Sunday, December 4, at 4pm. This beloved oratorio, which includes the world-famous "Hallelujah Chorus," has long been a traditional part of the holiday season. The concert will consist of a 30 voice choir, three soloists (including our own Kathleen Clancy) and a string quintet, all conducted by our parish Music Director, Jeff Schneider. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased at the parish center or at the door on the day of the performance. Following the concert will be our Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Christmas Around the World (see ad).

Annual Saint Boniface Giving Tree

to benefit the Madonna Heights Program of SCO Family of Services. For more than 50 years Madonna Heights has been helping adolescent girls, women and families over-come the devastating effects of poverty, neglect and abuse. Please help the young women in their care feel special during this Christmas season by taking a tag from the tree. All gifts should be returned unwrapped by Sunday, December 11th. Your gifts will go a long way in helping those served by SCO’s Madonna Heights.

Thank you for your generosity.

Parish Mission

Communal Penance Service

7:30pm Tuesday, December 6, followed by an Old Fashioned Christmas Visit with Story Telling, Art and Song with hot chocolate, hot cider, tea and assorted baked Christmas goodies. Presented by St. Aidan’s Rosary/Altar Society.

Thursday, December 22 at 7:30pm.

Feast of Immaculate Conception Masses: Wednesday, December 7 at 5:30pm and Thursday, December 8 at 8am, 12:15pm and 7:30pm.

Confessions Saturdays at 4pm on December 3, 10, 17 and Friday, December 23, 4pm-5pm; 7:30-8:30pm.

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NO CONFESSIONS CHRISTMAS EVE. Christmas Eve Masses Saturday, December 24 4pm, 5:30pm & 10:30pm.

Christmas Day Masses Sunday, December 25 9am, 10:30am & 12pm.

Mary, Mother of God New Year’s Eve, Saturday, December 31 Holy Hour for Peace with Exposition, Adoration and Benediction 3pm – 5pm followed by 5pm Vigil Mass.

Mary, Mother of God New Year’s Day, Sunday, January 1 9am, 10:30am & 12pm.


11th Annual Relay For Life of North Shore Invites You to an Interest Meeting! The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing, intergenerational event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the challenges a cancer diagnosis brings. Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track. Each team is asked to have a member on the track at all times to signify that cancer never sleeps. Cancer patients don't stop because they're tired, and for one night, neither do we. Each team sets up a themed campsite at the event and continues their fundraising efforts by collecting donations for food, goods, games, and activities. We would like to invite all those interested in getting involved with this year’s event to our General Interest Meeting on December 5th at 7pm in the North Shore High School Cafeteria. We look forward to a great night to meet some new friends! We hope to see you there! For more information, please contact Megan Stewart at Megan.Stewart@cancer.org, or call 631-300-3150.

St. Boniface Martyr Parish Directory Pastor: Rev. Kevin J. Dillon; stbonpastor@gmail.com In Residence: Fr. Azubuike Igwegbe Deacon: Tom Fox; stbondcntom@gmail.com Music & Liturgy: Jeffrey Schneider; stbonmusic@gmail.com Fr. James Donohoe Parish Center 145 Glen Avenue, Sea Cliff, NY 11579; (516) 676-0676 Fax: (516) 674-6742; stbonchurch@gmail.com; www.saintboniface.org. Office Hours: 9am-2:30pm;1:30-4:30pm: MMonday thru Wednesday & Friday Thursdays 12:30pm - 6:30pm, Friday 9am-12:30pm Administration: Joan Schiller (Mondays-Thursdays); Pat Gregson Friday morning; Margaret Evans Friday afternoon. Business & Finance: Eileen Krieb; stbonfinance@gmail.com Religious Education: Karen Croce;(516) 671-0418; stbonccd@gmail.com Youth Ministry: Chris Mandato; Email: stbonym@gmail.com Parish Outreach: Jody Fleischmann and David Meagher Parish Center; Wednesdays & Saturdays. 10 am-1pm Parish Registration: We welcome all new members of our parish family. We ask all parishioners to welcome and invite new neighbors and their families to become a part of St. Boniface Martyr Parish. Parish registration (census) forms available by the main doors of the church and parish center. Please return forms to the parish center.

CHRISTMAS in NOVEMBER 7 Super Raffle Winners Grand Prize $5,000 Mr. & Mrs. O’Connor Glenwood Landing 1st Prize $3,000 Ray & Bobbie McDonald Glen Head 2nd Prize $1,000 Kathy Gelfand Glen Head

3rd Prize $1,000 Simon & Rosemarie Magamas Glen Head

Bulletin Editor: Julie Byrne. Holiday Schedule: The November 27 deadline is noon Tuesday, November 15. December deadlines are noon Monday, as usual. The January 1 deadline is noon Wednesday, December 21. Please email submissions to stbonbulletin@gmail.com after approval from Fr. Kevin. Submissions may be edited for content, clarity and/or size. For best results, email prior to deadline date. Webmaster: Robert Lynch. Website: www.saintboniface.org All Saints Regional Catholic School (ASR) Headmaster: The Very Reverend Dom Elias Carr, Can. Reg.; 12 Pearsall Ave., Glen Cove, NY 11542; (516) 676-0762; www.asrcatholic.org Marriage: Couples wishing to be married should call the parish center before any other arrangements are made. A minimum of six months is needed for marriage preparations. Baptism: Parents wishing to present a child for Baptism should be registered members of St. Boniface Martyr Parish. Parents are required to have a Baptism Preparation Interview and attend a Baptism class. Baptisms are celebrated on the last Sunday of the month. Godparents must be fully initiated members of the Catholic Church (having received the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist), and provide a sponsor certificate. Please call (516) 676-0676 to pre-arrange. Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA): An ongoing process of formation for those interested in becoming Catholic. Call the parish center at 676-0676 for more information. Diocese of Rockville Centre: 50 North Park Ave. Rockville Centre, NY 11571-9023; (516) 678-5800 or www.drvc.org


Take Five for Faith Sunday, December 4, 2016 Genealogy is popular these days. Perhaps you’ve traced your family lineage and learned where your ancestors came from and what their names were. It’s meaningful to learn your family history and heritage because it’s a part of your identity. From the Bible, we know the genealogy of Jesus, and at Christmastime we hear about Jesus’ ancestor, Jesse, a good man from Bethlehem who fathered King David. Teach the children in your life about their faith inheritance as Christians by making a Jesse Tree with them as a crafts project—and reflect on what you’ve inherited from Jesse, too. “A shoot shall sprout from the stump of Jesse, and from his roots a bud shall blossom.”

Monday, December 5 Civil rights are sacred. On this day in 1955, the day of Rosa Parks’ trial, the historic bus boycott began in Montgomery, Alabama in protest of her arrest. That day, some 40,000 African-American commuters chose to walk to work, no matter the distance. Despite many efforts (some violent) to put an end to the boycott, it lasted for a year. In June 1956, a district court declared that racial segregation laws were unconstitutional and in November of that year the Supreme Court upheld that ruling. We often forget that our notion of civil rights comes from our Christian heritage. Let’s pray for rights for all, especially those who are most marginalized by our society. “Everyone was amazed and gave praise to God. ”

Tuesday, December 6 Memorial of Nicholas, bishop

Nicholas was a beloved fourth-century bishop who has been appropriated as a patron saint of sailors, fishermen, merchants, broadcasters, the falsely accused, repentant thieves, brewers, pharmacists, archers, pawnbrokers, and students! But for most of us, he is associated by legend with Christmas and immortalized in Clement Moore’s poem, “A Visit from Saint Nicholas.” His feast is like a little Christmas, a reminder that the feast you are about to celebrate in 18 days has little to do with material giftgiving and everything to do with generous love-giving. Stories about Nicholas involve anonymous generosity to someone in need. Be generous today in honor of old Saint Nick! “Here is your God! Here comes with power the Lord God.”

Wednesday, December 7

We live in polarized times. How can we find our way past our divisions? Perhaps Ambrose, a holy man from the fourth century, can suggest a way forward. Back in the day, arguments over the divinity of Christ spilled into disputes over church leadership. Ambrose, who at the

time wasn’t even a baptized Christian, appealed to all factions and was spontaneously called forth as bishop by popular acclaim. The Spirit moves in surprising ways. Be a force for unity wherever you find division: in your church, your community, your family. “Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart.”

Thursday, December 8

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

It’s been one month since Election Day in the United States. Whether your candidate won or lost, today is an opportunity to pray for our nation. In tumultuous times, it’s comforting to know that we have an advocate in the Blessed Mother, patroness of the United States. Mary watches over each one of us and in a special way our country. As we celebrate her Immaculate Conception, let us ask her intercession on behalf of our nation—that we might have the courage and perseverance to follow her example of fidelity to grace and obedience to God’s will. “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God.”

Friday, December 9 Some Europeans in the newly conquered Americas considered natives to be less than fully human. But God chose Juan Diego, a poor, humble native man, to be his messenger by sending Our Lady of Guadalupe to him. This meant that all indigenous people were important. In 2002 Pope John Paul II canonized him as the first indigenous saint of the American continent, saying, “Happy Juan Diego, true and faithful man! Look with favor upon the pain of those who are suffering in body or in spirit, on those afflicted by poverty, loneliness, marginalization, or ignorance. May all people, civic leaders and ordinary citizens alike, always act in accordance with the demands of justice and with respect for the dignity of each person, so that in this way peace may be reinforced.” “Wisdom is proved right by her deeds.”

Saturday, December 10

An empty chair at the Passover table waits for Elijah. He’s the mysterious prophet in 2 Kings who flew to heaven on a fiery chariot. Elijah’s return is anticipated as the hour of restored justice. Jesus tells us not to wait on Elijah: The time for justice is already here. Since 1948 on this day, the United Nations has promoted International Human Rights Day. It’s a time to declare that equality, freedom, peace, hope, dignity, rule of law, prosperity, and justice belong to all, not just to the lucky ones. Stand up for global human rights. “Elijah will indeed come and restore all things; but I tell you that Elijah has already come.” ©2016 by TrueQuest Communications.


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St. Boniface Martyr Parish Bulletin, December 4, 2016  

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St. Boniface Martyr RC Parish, Sea Cliff, Long Island, NY

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