2018 Stewardship Appeal

Parish Goal = $199,000

Status as of 11/27/18

Pledged Gifts =783

Pledged Donations = $199,639

We have exceeded our goal! 

THANK YOU to those who have pledged their commitment to this year’s Appeal. We are grateful for your continued generosity.

2018 Stewardship Appeal

Parish Goal = $199,000

Status as of 11/27/18

Pledged Gifts =783

Pledged Donations = $199,639

We have exceeded our goal! 

THANK YOU to those who have pledged their commitment to this year’s Appeal. We are grateful for your continued generosity.

2018 Stewardship Appeal

Parish Goal = $199,000

Status as of 11/27/18

Pledged Gifts =783

Pledged Donations = $199,639

We have exceeded our goal! 

THANK YOU to those who have pledged their commitment to this year’s Appeal. We are grateful for your continued generosity.

2018 Stewardship Appeal

Parish Goal = $199,000

Status as of 11/27/18

Pledged Gifts =783

Pledged Donations = $199,639

We have exceeded our goal! 

THANK YOU to those who have pledged their commitment to this year’s Appeal. We are grateful for your continued generosity.

2018 Stewardship Appeal

Parish Goal = $199,000

Status as of 11/27/18

Pledged Gifts =783

Pledged Donations = $199,639

We have exceeded our goal! 

THANK YOU to those who have pledged their commitment to this year’s Appeal. We are grateful for your continued generosity.

Capital Campaign




661 families have pledged $2,010,470

Paid: $1,066,404

Balance to be paid: $900,301

You can still make a pledge at: RenewRebuild.org.
Click here to see campaign details.

Annual Report

 
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Msgr. Murphy

Msgr. Joseph P. Murphy's address is: 

Edward Cardinal Egan Pavillion
5655 Arlington Ave.
Bronx, New York, 10471




















  • Seamless Garment 2019
    SEAMLESS GARMENT 2019
    SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 - BEGINS AT 1 P.M. MASS IN THE CHURCH 
    FOLLOWED BY A PROGRAM AT 2 P.M. IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

    Speakers: Rev. Terry Troia, Pres. and CEO Project Hospitality; Community members who have experienced homelessness first-hand;
               Congressman Max Rose or his representative  and NYPD Deputy Chief Scott Henderson

    Please join us to hear how homelessness affects many Staten Islanders including over 2,900 children in grades K through high school


    Posted Jan 15, 2019, 11:19 AM by Claire Smith
  • One Year a Christian: Celebrating Your Child’s Baptismal Birthday
    Has it been at least one year since your child was baptized, either here or at another Church? Join us to celebrate his/her baptismal birthday on 
    Sunday, January 13, 2019 @ the 1:00pm Mass. Click here to register.
    Posted Dec 24, 2018, 5:11 AM by Marie Noel
  • Parish Library
    Join us on the First Sunday of the Month from 9:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. to check out the many books and DVD's for children and adults.
    The library is located below the Lady Chapel. Refreshments will be served.
    Posted Jan 8, 2019, 11:47 AM by Cathy Adinolfi
  • Naloxon/Narcan Training
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    Learn how to save a life

    Narcan is a nasal spray that reverses opioid overdoses. 
    Please join us to learn how to administer it and save a life. 

    Date: November 5, 2018
    Time: 7:30PM
    Where: Murphy Center

    To reserve a seat in this training class, contact Linda Rizzotto, St. Clare's Parish Counselor at 718-984-8456 or via email at lrizzotto@stclaresi.com
    or Marie Noel, Pastoral Associate at 718-984-7873 or email: mnoel@stclaresi.com

    Every participant will leave with a free Narcan kits. It is imperative that you register so we can make sure we have enough kit for everyone. 
    Posted Oct 23, 2018, 12:41 PM by Marie Noel
  • Dialogue and Reconciliation
    On Sunday, September 30th at 4:30 p.m. in the Murphy Center, our priests: Fr. Richard, Fr. Brendan and Fr. Patrick sat together with parishioners to dialogue on the sex abuse scandal after the Pennsylvania Report. Together we discussed the scandal, addressed concerns our parishioners had and we shared thoughts on how the Church can move forward. Thank you to all who attended. We hope our time together provided some healing comfort and some clarity. Please find the pictures below. You may also click on the podcast to listen to Cardinal Dolan's presentation sharing with us the steps the Archdiocese has taken to keep our children safe.

    Dialogue and Reconciliation



    Posted Oct 1, 2018, 1:11 PM by Marie Noel
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Fr. Richard's Homilies

Fr. Richard's weekly homilies are available here. Please click here to listen to his homily for the Baptism of the Lord. Enjoy!!!

Happy Baptism Birthday

Sunday on the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord, we had some very special guests. Our children who were baptized within the last year and a half came with their families and joined us at the 1:00pm Mass. After mass we celebrated a Baptism Birthday with cake and songs at the Murphy Center. Here are the pictures. Thank you to all the families who responded and a very special thank you to those who came. May God bless your child on this journey of faith.

2019 Baptismal Renewal

Formed

We are pleased to announce that our parish has subscribed to an exciting new online platform: Formed.orgView the best Catholic videos, audio programs, e-books and movies on your computer, tablet or smart- phone for free!
Go to Formed.org; enter our parish code GTWHFR; create an account with your username/email and password. 

Here To Help

Remember to reach out and talk it out!

 St. Clare's Parish Counseling Program can provide you with supportive counseling and the resilience management that you just may need at this time or anytime for that matter.  There is never a fee charged for these services. We only ask that you to be proactive with your mental health. By reaching out when you need to talk in confidence to a professional you can decrease symptoms related to life's problems, sustain or regain your strengths and avoid suffering.

To schedule an appointment or to ask a question about the Parish Counseling Program. Please call me at 718-984-8456.

Sincerely, 

Linda Rizzotto, LCSW, CASAC

Grieving Parents

Of all the pains that life can hand us, arguably one of the most searing is the death of a child. As Jesus joined his distraught disciples on the road to Emmaus after his crucifixion, we ask him to join each of us in this ministry as we continue on our difficult journeys from grief to the healing peace that we, like Jesus’ disciples, can find in the Eucharistic community.

To meet the spiritual needs of parents whose children of any age have died by any cause—no matter how long ago—the Family Life Office offers the Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents. A unique, faith-based program providing spiritual retreats for grieving parents offered by grieving parents, the Emmaus Ministry offers a safe place where you can find peace, comfort, and hope, at least for a time. The entire retreat focuses on the parents’ personal spiritual journey, where one can engage as much or as little as one wants.


 For information go to www.emfgp.org/2019-archny

or contact Sue DiSisto at:

susan.disisto@archny.org

or (646) 794-3191

 

If you have lost a child of any age, having died by any cause, click here to find out about the Emmaus Ministry's one day retreats for grieving parents.