May 24, 2020 - Sunday Bulletin Resurrection Church
Sunday, May 24, 2020 Resurrection Church Bulletin
Photo taken May 22, 2020
ABIGAIL HUTCHISON AWARDED
We are proud to announce that Abigail Hutchison, 18, a senior at Rye High School has been awarded the 2020 Monsignor Patrick J. Boyle scholarship for $2000.
Msgr. Boyle was the dedicated pastor of our parish from 2002 to 2011.
Abigail attended Resurrection Grammar School and was an altar server and lector here. At Rye HS, besides getting excellent grades, she was a member of the National Honor Society and editor of the senior yearbook. She was captain of the Rye volleyball team and is a junior black belt in taekwondo. She also enjoys scuba diving. She volunteered at POTS for many years. She will attend the College of Charleston (Honors) in the fall.
May God bless Abigail, a bright and strong woman of many talents, in her future endeavors. The parish of Resurrection salutes and acknowledges her. We are sure that Monsignor Boyle is smiling on her from above!
1. Our parish conducts an online giving procedure called “WESHARE” and about 365 families already contribute to the parish this way. Feel free to continue to contribute to the Easter collection and the Catch-Up Collection on “WESHARE”. If interested in making a one-time gift or signing up for weekly “WESHARE” online offerings
or you can call Kelly or Julie from the rectory and they will walk you through it for your convenience.
2. Resurrection School is open for registration for the 2020-2021 school year. School resumes on September 7, 2020. Resurrection school is highly acclaimed and one of the best rated elementary schools in New York. We are proud to report that Resurrection school was first in the Archdiocese to use online Zoom education. The tuition rates for next year have only been raised a modest 3%. We are accepting applications for full and half day Montessori Pre-K3/4 and grades Kindergarten through 8th. Please contact the principal, GinaMarie Fonte at 914- 967-1218 or via email
. Virtual tours are available for interested families.
3. We pray for the deceased of our parish especially Connor Dooley, James A. Cannon, Cesar A. Zuniga, John R. Hansen Jr., Freddie Favia, John Lane, Elizabeth Ann Savage, Valerie Modello, William McKenna, Lawrence Corroon, William McGuire, Maria Cecilia Ceja Mercado, Natalie DiMarzo, Brian McGrath, Sr. Clare Aronholz, Virginia Grainger, Alan Oyugi, Sr. Maguerite McGilly, Paul Green.
4. We pray for all who have been adversely affected by the coronavirus especially the recently sick, emergency medical personnel, police officers, firefighters, nurses, doctors and hospital employees.
5. Please feel free to contact us by email:
6. Our 9 acre campus is open for parishioners and residents for bicycle riding and walks. Please clean up after your dogs on the field and campus! Use social distancing on the basketball courts - two persons per hoop.
7. Three-Minute Retreats invite you to take a short prayer break right at your computer. Spend some quiet time reflecting on a Scripture passage. Knowing that not everyone prays at the same pace, you have control over the pace of the retreat. After each screen, a Continue button will appear. Click it when you are ready to move on. If you are new to online prayer, the basic timing of the screens will guide you through the experience. To subscribe,
'START YOUR RETREAT.'
8. SUGGESTED READING DURING QUARANTINE - "10 Inspiring Catholic Women to follow on Instagram"
9. Rye High School, Class of 2020, will be honored in a motorcade-caravan next Sunday, May 31st at 2:15pm from Rye Playland parking lot through Rye and ending at Rye HS at 3:15pm. Come cheer them on. We extend our best wishes to Rye HS Graduates!
10. The Rye Rec and Rye YMCA summer day camps have been canceled for the summer 2020. Both camps were supposed to take place at Resurrection because of construction at city schools.
11. The parish council had a productive zoom meeting last Monday night. Fr. David Barton was the guest speaker. He took questions from members for 30 minutes. Many interesting topics were brought up like resuming mass in church, also resuming school and religious education classes. We are grateful for the service, advice and wise counsel of our parish council. (
see zoom photo below
12. All weekend masses and weekday masses continue to be CANCELED. Cardinal Dolan had a press conference on May 21 outlining the initial procedure to reopen over the next several weeks. This is good news. There is light at the end of the tunnel.
The obligation to attend mass is lifted. Confessions are not available. Our live stream services will continue.
All Services are private and
open to the public.
Saturday, May 23 at 5:00pm
Sunday, May 24 at 10:00 am and 11
Live Stream Mass Click HERE
The May 18th Parish Council Meeting on zoom
Please use the following link if you would like to live stream daily masses from St. Patrick's Cathedral.
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MEMORIAL DAY PRAYER
On this Memorial Day, we pray for those who courageously laid down their lives for the cause of freedom. May the examples of their sacrifice inspire in us the selfless love of Your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Bless the families of our fallen troops, and fill their homes and their lives with your strength and peace. In union with people of goodwill of every nation, embolden us to answer the call to work for peace and justice, and thus, seek an end to violence and conflict around the globe. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
on Saturday, May 23, 2020 at 2:00PM