October 11, 2020 - Sunday Bulletin Resurrection Church
Sunday, October 11, 2020 Resurrection Church Bulletin
Dear PREP Families:
As you know, there have been some new cases of COVID in some local schools. As a precaution and because the well-being and the safety of
our students is our number one priority, we will be switching to
Remote Virtual Classe
until Christmas. Also, since some families will be traveling for Thanksgiving and Christmas, we will pause our in-person PREP classes until January. The PREP office will be contacting all religious ed families about the new schedule. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation and understanding.
Resurrection Annual Outreach Collection is this weekend!
We will conduct the Annual Outreach Collection this weekend,
October 10-11, 2020 for the poor and needy in our community.
As you know, the Outreach Committee has been supporting the downcast since 2003 when it was established by our former Pastor, Monsignor Patrick J. Boyle.
We invite you to watch the informative video from
Michael Dailey and Monsignor Dwyer about this Second Collection.
Please use the special envelope in your mailed-home packet of offering envelopes for The Annual Outreach Collection.
There is also a way to make a one time gift on
Blessings for your anticipated generosity.
Please click below to view the Resurrection
Outreach Video Click HERE
Our weekly sessions have begun!
There is still time to join....
Do you desire to grow in your Catholic faith? Do you seek connection with other women in our parish community? We invite you to consider joining Walking with Purpose this fall. Weekly group sessions are starting on
Tuesday October 6
from 9:00-10:30am or
Wednesday October 7
from 7:30-9:00pm. Whether or not you have any bible study experience; you are welcome as you are to learn how the scriptures apply to your everyday life.
Walking With Purpose transforms the hearts and lives of women by providing bible studies that enable women to know Christ through scripture and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Please click on the link below for additional information and registration:
For more information contact Sheila Bugniazet
You may also visit Walking with Purpose online at
All voters will have three options to vote in the November 3
Vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3 anytime from 6:00am to 9:00pm.
to find your poll site.
Vote early during the Early Voting period between Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, November 1
. Registered voters can go to a designated Early Voting site (the 2 closest are listed below) to vote, regardless of where you live in Westchester. The process of voting early is identical to Election Day voting, and poll sites tend to be less crowded.
The closest poll sites are:
-Veterans Memorial Building, 210 Halstead Ave. Harrison and
-Mamaroneck Town Center, 740 W. Boston Post Rd. Mamaroneck.
Vote by mail by requesting an absentee ballot.
Because State law was changed to reflect concerns about COVID-19, now,
anyone can request an absentee ballot
. If you requested an absentee ballot for the General Election during the Primary Election season, you must submit your absentee ballot request again for the General Election. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is October 27, 2020. Completed absentee ballots can be mailed back or dropped off at any Early Voting or Election Day poll site.
Prayer is one of the first steps in acting for justice in our world.
Click below for a novena which is rooted in the biblical tradition
and the Church's social teaching. It is intended to promote justice
and peace in our neighborhoods, our country, and our world.
NOVENA for Faithful Citizenship
COLUMBUS DAY PRAYER
O Lord, we humbly pray
that You will empower us to use our vision and our ability
to explore new frontiers in ways that are pleasing
to You and are empowering to all people.
On Columbus Day, we pray that we will
use our talents and strengths for Your glory.
Give us the courage to venture forth into the unknown.
Help us believe that You will guide us,
provide for us, protect us and be with us
on our journeys of life.
"Like the King who invited many guests to his son’s wedding, Jesus invites us all to
join Him in Heaven. Some will accept the invitation and others will not.
For many are called, but few are chosen.”
1. Masks that cover both NOSE and MOUTH should be worn at all times in Church. This is the correct way to wear a mask as per NYS Dept. of Health/CDC recommendations. Extra masks and hand sanitizers (complimentary) are available at the Boston Post Road entrance.
2. USHERS are NEEDED. All of our clergy are healthy. The priest will be wearing a mask during Communion time. Priests sanitize their hands before and after Holy Communion. Communion will be distributed on the hand only.
3. The rectory is OPEN from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Please feel free to contact us by email,
4. Please note: there IS an 8:45 AM mass on Sunday, October 11th. There is ample room for social distancing seating in our church. The church was sanitized and deep cleaned on Friday. The bathrooms are cleaned between each mass.
5. We pray for the deceased of our parish, especially Mary Lou Jurs, James Finegan, Stella Bedin, Elizabeth Ann Savage and Mary Reville.
6. We pray for the sick of our parish, especially Francis Madden.
7. Confessions are available Saturday, October 10th from 4 PM to 5 PM. Six foot social distancing barrier will be in the confessional.
8. You may tune in to our live stream masses. Live stream masses will be:
Saturday, October 10th at 5:00pm or Sunday, October 11th at 10:00am and 11:15am.
LIVE STREAM MASS Click HERE
Why Give Online?
1. You can share your gifts...
ny way you want, when you want to, where you want to.
2. Leave your checkbook at home.
Set up your returning gift using a credit card, checking or savings account.
3. Your funds are protected.
Your donations are automatically transferred to our parish so it's safer and more secure.
4. Support your parish consistently...
even if you are unable to attend Mass.
5. Give on the go!
ccess the site from your mobile phone or tablet.
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Click on the attachment for an interesting exercise on today's scripture for children.
Parishioners who attend daily mass, can sign up to receive an email each day for the readings of the day.
If you would like to subscribe to the emails for the
, October 10/11, 2020, 28th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Click
Please be advised that you can print them out at home or you can use your phone or tablet to follow along with the readings in church or at home.
The 8:45 AM mass is in session.
The 12:30 PM mass is closed until
Sunday, November 15, 2020.
Thank you for your cooperation.
12:30 PM MASS CLOSED
OCTOBER 4th - NOVEMBER 8th
The 12:30 PM Sunday mass is
on Sundays starting October 4th because we have rescheduled First Holy Communion on October 4th, October 11th, October 18th and October 25th. We have also rescheduled Confirmation on November 1st and November 8th. Admission is by ticket only.
The weekend mass schedule from October 4th to November 8th is:
-Saturday at 5:00 pm
-Sunday at 7:30 am
-Sunday at 8:45 am
-Sunday at 10:00 am
-Sunday at 11:15 am
****Again - The 12:30 PM mass is closed for private parish First Holy Communion and Confirmation October 4th to November 8th.
The newly revised capacity in the church is 280 people.
Thank you for your cooperation and flexibility.
schedule resumes on November 15th.
In October, we celebrate the Rosary.
The Rosary helps us meditate on the mysteries of our salvation - Jesus' birth, life, death, and resurrection.
There will be a Rosary Rally on Sunday, October 11th at 4 PM at Oakland Beach, Dearborn Avenue, Rye
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on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 1:00PM