Contacts: President - Jranne Swick (845-284-2594), Vice President - Gracy Purekal
As the parish women's group, we promote devotion to our Blessed Mother through praying the Rosary and caring for the sanctuary, sacristy, and liturgical vestments. Among many other things, we organize a Living Rosary, an annual women's retreat, and/or Day of Recollection, an annual Tag Sale, raffles, an annual Communion Breakfast, Birthright baby showers, pilgrimages to Marian shrines, trips to Broadway shows, and engage guest speakers.
Meetings: 1st Mon after 1st Sun, Chapel 7:00 PM (check the bulletin)
Monthly Mass: 3rd Sundays, 11:00am Mass
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Contact: Cathy Bomba (845-526-2214)
Contact: President - Charles Angelillo (914) 245-9248
The Holy Name Society is the parish men’s group. We promote reverence and love for the name of Jesus by word and example, and avoidance of disrespect to the name of God and sacred things. We gather for a monthly Sunday Mass, after which we have a business meeting, discussing Society service to the parish, and sharing refreshments and camaraderie. We visit members who are ill, attend wake services for our deceased, and participate at an annual November memorial Mass for our deceased. In mid-December, we visit and present Christmas gifts to all Seton homebound parishioners. The spiritual highpoint of our year is the January Men’s Retreat Weekend, which all Seton men are invited to attend.
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Contacts: Michelle Cruz, President (914-490-2246)
Meetings: Thursdays, 7:00PM
Contact: Walter Krisa (914-248-5192) / Eileen Kulp (914-391-5418)
Seton has joined with other groups in the Metropolitan area by participating in the distribution of food and clothing to our homeless brothers and sisters in New York City. The children of our school and parish, the High School Ministry, adult volunteers and many others help with this effort which takes place three or four times each year. The Midnight Run Organization is based in Dobbs Ferry, NY.
Contact: Yolanda Pilecki (845-661-7004)
We pray, study, inform, and otherwise mobilize, others on behalf of the sacredness of life in all its forms, but especially innocent human life. Since 1990, we have striven to make our Catholic moral presence felt among our local, state and national legislators, especially in regard to public policy issues. Over the years, our activities have included: Birthright and Alternative Pregnancy diaper drive, Respect Life Sunday activities, a Night of Prayer for Life, the weekly Cenacle of Life, the March for Life in Washington, post card drives, an annual school essay contest, a bulletin update on a Spiritually Adopted Baby, Mother’s Day andFather’s Day gifts to parishioners, and even a table at our parish Blessing of Pets near St. Francis Day. Come join us.
Meetings: 1st Tuesday, 7:30pm, every other month
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Contact: Anne Dougherty
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Contact: Janet Angelillo (914-245-9248)
The Franciscan Order, founded by Saint Francis of Assisi in 1209, seeks to enrich the entire life of the Christian whose daily life is the living of the Gospel message as an example to others. Our members, called Tertiaries, build on the four cornerstones of Franciscan spirituality: humility, simplicity, poverty, and prayer. We come together in community once a month to share and renew our Franciscan spirituality.
Meetings: Fourth Sunday, 2:00, Our Lady Memorial Chapel