Upcoming Events @ St. Clare
Now Accepting Applications - Parish Manager
As announced in the December 21, 2014 Parish Bulletin, Mr. John Gillen will be leaving St. Clare's this Spring. A search committee has been formed and will begin reviewing resumes the week of March 9, 2015. Interested candidates can learn more about the job description and application process by clicking here.
If you need time to think about your gift, you will be given an opportunity to make your pledge during Mass on Commitment Weekend on March 14/15, 2015.
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Now Accepting Applications for Parish Sports Coordinator
As announced in the February 22, 2015 Parish Bulletin, Mr. Dave Fernandez will be leaving St. Clare's this Summer. A search committee has been formed and will begin reviewing resumes the week of April 6, 2015. Interested candidates can learn more about the job description and application process by clicking here.
Synod on the Family Questionnaire
In preparation for the Ordinary Synod on the Family in October 2015 you are invited to share your input with the Archdiocese of New York by answering a questionnaire on the Family Life, Respect Life website by March 6, 2015. CLICK HERE to start the questionnaire.
Lenten Retreat: Who and Whose Am I?
Lent is an invitation to slow down our lives and reflect on who we are as beloved children of God. Take an hour from the busyness and the craziness of your day and retreat with us on Friday, March 13th 7pm-9:30pm and Saturday, March 14th 9am-5pm. Lunch and breakfast will be provided on Saturday. The retreat will conclude at the celebration of the 5pm Mass. Please register
Come to the Table
Calling all First Communion Candidates to come and experience the Eucharist as they journey toward the Lord's table. Saturday March 28, 2015 9am-11:30am in the School Cafeteria. Breakfast will be provided. Religious Education students attending, are excused from class that day. Mustard seeds for parents.
All parishioners and visitors are welcome to join Fr. Walter Modrys, S.J. as he helps us reflect on the:
Three Levels of Christian Morality
History of the Sacrament of Reconciliation
Tuesdays, March 3rd and 10th
7:30 PM in our Church
Come learn or get renewed on the Church’s understanding and practice of this sacrament which has changed over the centuries. This is a great opportunity to come reflect on how you want to live the commandment to “Be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect” and to receive the Lord’s forgiveness when you fail to live up to that standard.
Click here to read more about this event.