“Revive” Mission  (May 1-3)

Our cluster parishes of IHM, St. Joseph, Bronxville and Immaculate Conception/Assumption, Tuckahoe will sponsor a mission on May 1, 2 and 3 at Immaculate Conception-Assumption Parish in Tuckahoe.  The mission’s theme is “How do we know God’s purpose for us?” and will be preached by Fr. James DiLuzio, a Paulist Priest.  The sessions will begin at 7:30 PM and the final evening will include a Mass.  As part of the “Making all Things New” initiative our three parishes are working together to make this time of spiritual renewal to you.  Please mark your calendars and plan to attend.

Mass Books

Our 2018 Mass Intention Book will be opened on Thursday, May 4th.  For the first month that the book is open only 5 Masses may be scheduled.  The offering for an announced Mass is now $20 and must be paid at the time the Mass is booked.  Only two names per Mass will be allowed.  After the first month you will be permitted to schedule 5 more Masses.  You can drop off your list and we will try to fill your request, if not, we will give you the closest Mass to the day and time you requested.  A photocopy of your request will be mailed to you and filed in the office.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Renew & Rebuild

Our parish will not be conducting the 2017 Cardinal’s Annual Stewardship Appeal.  We are in the very early stages of a capital campaign called “Renew & Rebuild” that will seek to raise funds for some capital improvements and much-needed parish-wide initiatives.  Every parishioner will be asked to play a part in the campaign.  You will be hearing much more about our plans in the weeks ahead.  In the meantime, we ask that you pray for the success of this very important undertaking.

Eucharistic Adoration

“ A Holy Hour will give you more strength during life and more consolation at the hour of your death and eternity. ”  – St. Alphonsus
Show Jesus that you care by signing up for a weekly Holy Hour!

Welcome To New Parishioners

We would like to welcome new neighbors who have not yet registered at our parish.  Please stop by or call the Parish Office at (914) 723-0276.

Change of Address or Phone Number (for Current Parishioners)
If you have changed your phone number and/or moved, please let us know your new information and whether you will continue to be parishioners here.  You can call the rectory or complete the information in the bulletin and drop it in the collection basket.  Please note apartment numbers.