|[Rosary Altar Society]|
|Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts (BSA, Westchester-Putnam County)|
|CYO Basketball (Archdiocese of New York)|
|Girl Scouts/Brownies (GSA, Westchester-Putnam County)|
|[Holy Name Society]|
|Prayer Shawl Ministry|
|Safe Environment Program|
|St. Matthew's Guild|
|Volunteer Dinner Committee|
Contacts: President - Jeanne 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: Agnes Maganelli (845-628-1098)
Blood drives are hosted to support the NY Blood Center.
Scoutmaster - Steve Scott (914-739-4621)
Cubmaster - Brian Dever
The parish sponsors Boy Scout Troop 238(Grades 6 - 12), and Cub Scout Pack 238(Grades 1 - 5). Scouting endeavors to develop American citizens who are physically, mentally, and emotionally fit; have a high degree of self-reliance as evidenced in such qualities as initiative, courage, and resourcefulness; have personal values based on religious concepts; have the desire and skills to help others; understand the principles of the American social, economic, and governmental systems; are knowledgeable about and take pride in their American heritage and understand our nation's role in the world; have a keen respect for the basic rights of all people; and are prepared to participate in and give leadership to American society.
Scouts have weekly meetings as well as several trips, camp-outs or community service projects through-out the year. Seton's Boy Scout Troop currently has over 30 active members, and the Cub Scout Pack has over 50 active members
Contacts: Andre Soto (845-284-2030) and Matthew Parisi (914-450-4959)
Our parish basketball program provides an opportunity for youngsters of our parish (Grade 3 to 8) to develop their skill and leadership abilities, as well as learn teamwork. Regularly fielding championship boys and girls teams, we have been respected for many years as one of the outstanding programs in the Archdiocese.
Chairperson: Kathy Quinn (via message at the Rectory: 914-528-3547 or email@example.com)
This brand-new parish group charts all fundraising activities of the parish, and dreams up fundraising venues that allow the spiritual mission of the parish to thrive unhindered.
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Contact: Meg Jandrasits (914-556-6003)
The Girl Scout organization is dedicated solely to girls where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls are offered opportunities for responsible fun and adventure while building character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed, trained, adult volunteers, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives — like strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. This organization offers year round activities and service projects for the Scouts to help the parish and the community.
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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Contact: Geraldine Inzirillo (845-628-6141)
We work together to organize and serve refreshments at informal and formal parish receptions. Volunteers are always needed.
Contact: Pam Adamovich (845-528-4483)
Contact: Mary Ellen Modico (914-528-3547)
All those who work with children on a regular basis are required to complete a release form for an Archdiocesan background check and attend a 1-hour "Safer Spaces" Seminar. Since we dealing with our children's safety there are no exceptions. Click here for more info
Contacts: Joe Pikula
Two groups are responsible for counting most of the Offertory donations each week. It is a tedious yet rewarding ministry, and we love doing it for the parish.
Contact: Fr. Quarato (914-528-3547)
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Contact: Kelsey Baron (firstname.lastname@example.org, 914-257-9461) or Fr. Novio (email@example.com, 914-528-3547)
For 5th Grade through 12th Grade students.
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