July 2022

Traditional Italian Street Festival in honor of Saint Gennaro after the Sunday, August 14th 5:00pm Mass.  Featuring meatballs, sausage & peppers, baked pasta, salad, bread, cannoli & fresh zeppole. We will also have an Italian Accordion Serenade and Bocce Tournament! The fun and food are free. RSVP is required to make sure we have enough food for everyone.  Click here to RSVP. We are also looking for volunteers.  Click here to volunteer. Mangia e Goditi la Festa! Eat and enjoy the festival!

All things in this world are relative to one another. On cloudy mornings, before or after Mass, people will say to me, “Oh, Father, it’s so cold and gloomy this morning.” Yet, relative to New York, our cloudy summer mornings are much more pleasant than the heat and humidity that they feel even at 8 am. Relative to Portland, our cloudy mornings are much more pleasant than a steady drizzle. I govern my reaction to a cloudy morning in Huntington

Join us for our upcoming Saints Simon & Jude Men's Retreat (September 10-11) and Women's Retreat (September 17-18).  Formerly know as Welcome Weekend   What: An incredible experience that will help you discover what’s missing in your life, and what to do about it. When: Men: Saturday, September 10th and Sunday, September 11th, 2022 & Women: Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th, 2022 Who: Any adult over the age of 18 Why: There is more to life, be the best

Ever since the other priests and I started working here at Saints Simon & Jude, we have heard about a collective desire for the parish to become more youthful. To grow young so to speak. Therefore, for the past couple of years I’ve been thinking about this and trying to figure out how to achieve such a goal. To begin to reach this goal I hired a faith formation staff to help, because when Frs. Mike, Thanh Tai and I first

I often tell people that are preparing for marriage that neither of them should expect their future spouse to be a mind reader. Things go much more smoothly in a marriage if each of them speaks up and clearly tells the other what he or she wants or expects. Over my 27 years of marriage, I recall many times when I disappointed my wife, Rosemary, because I did not clearly understand what she was thinking. I remember saying in frustration,

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