Contact: Father Adolfo Novio (via message at the Rectory: 914-528-3547)
Children from Grade 5 assist the clergy and people at the celebrations of the Eucharist, weddings, funerals, and other special liturgies. Once in high school teenagers become Senior Servers. New servers are trained in the fall. Those who may have served in this ministry in other parishes will be accommodated at once.
December to March Schedule
April to September Schedule
Paschal Triduum and Easter Sunday Schedule
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Contact: Fr. Quarato (914-528-3547) and Judy Van Riper (914-302-6324)
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Contact: Director of Sacred Music - Lana Kollath (914-736-0372)
Our worship is enhanced by the Ministry of Sacred Music, which sustains our prayer. Our Adult Choir sings each Sunday at the 11:00am Mass and on special occasions. Membership is open to all, with weekly practices conducted on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00pm.
Our Cantors lead congregational singing at all weekend Masses and rehearse once every 4-6 weeks on Monday evening in the Church from 7:30-8:30pm.
Our Children’s Choir sings at the 5:30pm Mass on the first Saturday of each month and other special occasions. Their practice is conducted on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30pm.
Meetings: Adult Choir Wednesday, 7:30-9:00pm
Cantors once every 4-6 weeks on a Monday evening
Children’s Choir Tuesday, 3:30-4:30
Contacts: Alex & Felicia Winogradoff (845-526-4495), Jill Foltin (914-469-0296)
Monday - Friday, Our Lady Memorial Chapel, 12:00 - 3:00PM
First Friday, 12:00 - 6:00PM
First Saturday, 9:30 - 10:30AM
Additional Adorers are needed. Just spend one hour with Jesus and experience deep spiritual and physical peace. Call Alex Winogradoff at 845-526-4495 to sign-up.
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Fr. Quarato (914-528-3547)
Saturday/Sunday Coordinator - Noreen Donnellan (914-962-4419 or email@example.com)
Homebound Visitation - Tere McCue Fleming (914-629-9737)
Nursing Home Ministry - Fr. Madu (914-528-3547), Terence Floyd (914-526-4016)
A group of trained men and women assist the priests and deacons in the distribution of Holy Communion at Sunday Masses and certain scheduled weekday Masses. Each Sunday during the 9:30 AM Mass, Homebound Extraordinary Ministers are blessed after receiving communion and bring the Holy Eucharist to our homebound parishioners. The Extraordinary Ministers also visit the neighborhood nursing facilities during the week. There they conduct a prayer service and distribute Holy Communion to our brothers and sisters bringing them spiritual comfort.
Saturday / Sunday Eucharistic Ministers:
► Eucharistic Minister Note: If you find you cannot make one of your scheduled dates, please find a replacement.
Holy Week and Easter Schedule
Diagram of Eucharistic Minister Stations
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Contacts: Robert Hecker, Charles Angelillo (914-962-9248)
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Contact: Fr. Robert Quarato (914-528-3547)
Schedule: Judy Van Riper (914-302-6324)
Lectors (or Readers) in our parish constitute one of several Eucharist ministries employed to serve God and the congregation. They proclaim the Scripture Reading in a clear and meaningful manner during the Liturgy of the Word. Whoever wishes to serve must love the Word of God, be a person of prayer, and be willing and able to speak to large groups of parishioners at Mass.
Copies of the current schedule are also available in the Sacristy.
Contact: Joan Nastasi
Through this prayer group, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton parishioners are offered a spiritual path to help their growth in holiness by prayers and the Rosary. The Rosary Guild was established in 1989, about two years after six youths became visionaries in Medjugorie. The group encourages new members to join together in offering prayers and supplications to our Mother Mary so that all may come together and pray for peace in themselves, their families, and the world. The group prays the Rosary in the church at 5AM on the 2nd day of each month.
Contact: Len Vallario, Bill Bertram
We perform a critical function in assisting all our parishioners and visitors. The ushers welcome and assist in seating those participating in liturgical services and special events. Among the ushers’ many duties is to distribute current bulletins and other documents relevant to that service, as well as to answer or appropriately direct questions. The usher also makes every effort to minimize possible distractions, aid parishioners when necessary, assist standees when seating is available and to direct the flow of communicants. New usher volunteers are always needed and welcomed.