Saint Bartholomew Feast Day
This year the feast of St Bartholomew is on a Saturday! The 5 pm (English) and 7:30 pm (Spanish) will be cancelled. Instead we will offer ONE bilingual mass at 6 pm. Following the mass we will have delicious foods, cold drinks, music and lots of games for the children in the parking lot and the school gym. Save the date August 24, 2019!!
WELCOME A NEW PRIEST
Fr Mintu Rozario has been assigned part time to our parish by Bishop DiMarzio. Fr Rozario is a recently ordained priest from the Diocese of Rajshahi in Bangladesh. He will reside and offer his part time services also at Queen of Angels Parish in Sunnyside. Fr will be organizing the Bengali / Burmese Catholic community here in Elmhurst as well as offering masses in English. Some weekend in July Fr Mintu will introduce himself at all our weekend masses (English and Spanish) – please give him a warm welcome! This will be Fr Rozarios’ first ministry in the United States.
MASS BOOK 2019
The mass book is now open for next year. Please come to the rectory to have a mass offered the offering is $15. We accept intentions for all persons living or deceased.
NEW MASS AT ST. BART’S
As you can see our attendance at mass continues to grow each week. We now have approximately 5,300 people at mass each week. Those who come to mass a few minutes late know that most times it is now impossible to find an empty seat to sit! For the Sundays of Lent until the Second Sunday of Easter we will offer mass at 10 am in the chapel in Spanish. Those who attend a Spanish mass on Sundays are asked to take note of this new mass at 10 am in the chapel.
华人教友的好消息 圣巴尔多禄茂堂区每月第一个主日和第三个主日，下午1：30 在小教堂弥撒. 此外，每周二晚上6：30有弥撒。敬请大家互相转告并参与。
Good news for our Chinese Catholic community in Elmhurst. St Bartholomew Parish will be offering mass in Chinese on the First and Third Sundays of the month at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel (Ithaca St). Also, the Chinese community will gather every Tuesday at 6:30 pm in the chapel – Ithaca St. Please join us
On the 4th Sunday of every month mass is celebrated in Indonesian at 3 p.m. in the chapel (Ithaca Street). Following the mass there’s always a reception in Heafey Hall. All are welcome to attend.
On the 3rd Sunday of every month mass is celebrated in Tagalog for the Filipino community at 5 p.m. in the chapel (Ithaca Street). All are welcome to attend.
These two communities gather on the first Sunday of the month for a bilingual mass at 4:30 pm in the chapel.
For all those who have received a letter and pledge card from the bishop….please… make your generous pledge today! It’s payable over the next 10 months. Our goal is $95,000 – we need your help to achieve this important goal. To all those who have not received any letter in the mail- no worries- we will be distributing pledge cards and asking your help in two weeks at all the masses!
DO YOU NEED A LETTER from YOUR CHURCH?
In order to give letters of recommendation, letters attesting to character, sponsor certificates, and other documents that may have legal or religious purposes, it is required that persons requesting those documents be registered and be active members of Saint Bartholomew Parish at least three months prior to your request. We can not provide any of these documents to people not registered in the parish.
SWEET 16 CELEBRATIONS AT ST BARTHOLOMEW PARISH ELMHURST NEW YORK
- FAMILY MUST BE REGISTERED IN THE PARISH AND ACTIVE (ATTENDING
WITH ENVELOPES EVERY WEEK) FOR AT LEAST 3 MONTHS.
- THE CHILD MUST BE BAPTIZED, RECEIVED FIRST COMMUNION AND
CONFIRMATION – OR IN OUR FAITH FORMATION PROGRAM PREPARING FOR
CONFIRMATION. THE CHILD SHOULD BE IN OUR YOUTH GROUP, AN ALTAR SERVER
OF IN THE CHILDREN’S CHOIR.
- PARENTS AND CHILD MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH
DEACON DANIEL or DEACON JOSE TO DISCUSS THESE
REQUIREMENTS AT LEAST 3 MONTHS IN ADVANCE
SWEET 16 WILL ONLY BE CELEBRATED IN THE CHAPEL (ITHACA ST)
ON SATURDAYS AT 1PM