SAVE THE DATE - Monday, September 23rd
The 23rd Annual St. Lawrence O’Toole Golf Outing and Dinner will take place at Centennial Golf Course in Carmel on Monday, September 23rd. This is our parish’s biggest fundraising event and this year’s proceeds will help our parish youth programs (Edge, LifeTeen, CCD and CYO). We need golfers, dinner attendees, hole sponsors (only $100) and raffle items. Please contact Joe Cavanagh at 914-671-0088 or by email at email@example.com to be a part of this great event.
The Churches of Brewster will have a drive here at St. Lawrence on Thursday, June 6 from 2-8PM. Blood is desperately needed. Walk-ins are welcome. For any information call Lucille Carleton at 845-279-9094 or Carol Fendt at 845-277-5126.
The Anniversary celebration for couples celebrating their 50th or 25th Wedding Anniversary will be held on Sunday, June 9th at the 12:30 Mass followed by a luncheon for the couples and their families. Please contact the rectory if you are celebrating a 50th or 25th Wedding Anniversary during the year 2013.
The Family Mass will be held on Sunday, May 12 (not the first weekend) at 9:30AM. The First Communion Classes will be hosting a May Crowning at the Family Mass on Sunday, May 12th at 9:30 in the Church. First Communion students are invited to dress in their Communion attire, gather at the back of church before mass and process in with Father Gill. They will sit in the front of the Church and participate in the mass as a group. There will be a reception following mass in the Parish Hall. Please join us to celebrate Mary’s crowning and Mother’s Day!
The San Damiano Fraternity of the Secular Franciscan Order invites you to a presentation to celebrate the Year of Faith. Seelos: Doctor of Souls is a drama about Fr. Seelos, who was an affable, itinerant priest in the 1800’s whose powerful prayers of intercession resulted in the healing of countless people around the country with terminal illnesses, injuries and troubled souls. Fr. Seelos joyfully received the sufferings life brought him as his cross, and he is one step away from Sainthood.