St Lawrence – Sacred Heart

faith formation

from mourning to joy

bereavement program

Our Christian faith is the very key to healing after the death of a loved one and it is vital to living a life filled with promise, peace, and joy. St. Lawrence O’Toole’s Bereavement Ministry meets weekly to help you work through your loss with group support and the GriefShare program. Practical strategies will help you move through the grief process with the goal of rebuilding your life while experiencing significant healing and growth in faith.

 

Questions? [email protected] or call Pura Melendez 914-672-5186.

gaining control of your money

5 week immersive class

Turn your uncertainty with money into a clear and comfortable roadmap for your hard-earned cash. Learn how to save, eliminate consumer debt, and achieve your financial goals in this 5-week immersive class that gives you practical, easy-to-use, biblically compatible tools and ideas to get the most out of your income for immediate peace of mind, and future wealth. In addition to the 5 group sessions, the program includes direct one-on-one access throughout the course to a professional Financial coach.

gaining control of your money

5 week immersive class

Turn your uncertainty with money into a clear and comfortable roadmap for your hard-earned cash. Learn how to save, eliminate consumer debt, and achieve your financial goals in this 5-week immersive class that gives you practical, easy-to-use, biblically compatible tools and ideas to get the most out of your income for immediate peace of mind, and future wealth. In addition to the 5 group sessions, the program includes direct one-on-one access throughout the course to a professional Financial coach.

acts of the apostles

scripture study

Acts of the Apostles is the story of how a few Christians, empowered by the Holy Spirit, were chosen to spread Christ to the whole world. Acts spans a period of almost 30 years following the Resurrection of Jesus, when the early Christians ”turned the world upside down” while spreading the Good News. Written by St. Luke, Acts provides a glimpse of the amazing power and guidance of the Holy Spirit!

no greater love

a biblical walk through Christ's passion

Filmed on location in the Holy Land, No Greater Love is a biblical pilgrimage that reveals Christ’s amazing love for us. The program includes a video, workbook, and reading book to help you walk step-by-step with Jesus from the garden of Gethsemane to Mount Calvary. Join us this Lent to experience a deeper understanding and appreciation of God’s immeasurable and unconditional love for you.

no greater love

a biblical walk through Christ's passion

Filmed on location in the Holy Land, No Greater Love is a biblical pilgrimage that reveals Christ’s amazing love for us. The program includes a video, workbook, and reading book to help you walk step-by-step with Jesus from the garden of Gethsemane to Mount Calvary. Join us this Lent to experience a deeper understanding and appreciation of God’s immeasurable and unconditional love for you.

33 days to eucharistic glory

a spiritual pilgrimage

At critical times throughout Salvation History, God’s people have been invited to consecrate themselves. We are at one of those critical times. 33 Days to Eucharistic Glory is the first ever Eucharistic Consecration. The program includes a book with daily reflections, virtues to adopt, extraordinary prayers, and inspiring stories to help us experience Jesus in the Eucharist like never before. 

Men's Ministry

Men’s Ministry at St. Lawrence is a weekly meeting of Catholic and Christian men in the parish and neighborhood on Saturday mornings from 7 am to 8:30 am in the Large Conference Room (2nd floor) of the Parish Center. It is a great way to start your Saturday off on the right foot and still have the rest of the day for your family.

 

Our motto or mission statement at Men’s Ministry is, “As iron sharpens iron, one man sharpens another” (Proverbs 27:17). It offers an opportunity for brotherly camaraderie and to help sharpen each other to become what God has called us to be: the spiritual leaders of our families and our domestic church.

 

We start with bagels and coffee and an opening prayer. Then, we have a short presentation (20-30 minutes) that may include a video or two of an interesting Catholic-themed topic. This is followed by some great table discussion, and we end with prayer intentions and a closing prayer. It’s a wonderful way to recharge your Catholic faith and help you deal with the day-to-day distractions and pressures of an increasingly secular and godless society.

 

“If you are not drawing your life from Jesus, it means you are trying to draw it from some other source.  I’ll guarantee you that it’s not working.”  From Beautiful Outlaw by John Eldredge.

 

Give us a try. And similar to Vegas, “What is said in Men’s Ministry, stays in Men’s Ministry!”

 

For more information, contact the organizers: Tom Healy & Bill Frank at  [email protected]

Discipleship

At St. Lawrence O’Toole and Sacred Heart Churches, we work to stay focused on this vision. We understand that if we keep our eyes on Jesus, strive to grow closer to Him personally, and allow Him to lead our lives, we will be truly happy. We will also gain the confidence to influence the people around us, be witnesses to Jesus’ Truth and love, and help others encounter the beauty and freedom that comes from following Christ.

 

Jesus formed the Church because He wants us to worship, learn, and serve in the community. We cannot grow in holiness alone; we need each other. God reveals Himself to each of us in individual ways and we come to know God more fully by seeing how He relates to others too.  Our Discipleship Small Groups were formed to help our parishioners grow to be full missionary disciples.

 

To learn more contact Lynda Holler at [email protected]

Discipleship

At St. Lawrence O’Toole and Sacred Heart Churches, we work to stay focused on this vision. We understand that if we keep our eyes on Jesus, strive to grow closer to Him personally, and allow Him to lead our lives, we will be truly happy. We will also gain the confidence to influence the people around us, be witnesses to Jesus’ Truth and love, and help others encounter the beauty and freedom that comes from following Christ.

 

Jesus formed the Church because He wants us to worship, learn, and serve in the community. We cannot grow in holiness alone; we need each other. God reveals Himself to each of us in individual ways and we come to know God more fully by seeing how He relates to others too.  Our Discipleship Small Groups were formed to help our parishioners grow to be full missionary disciples.

 

To learn more contact Lynda Holler at [email protected]

Pathways to be an intentional disciple

Faith Formation Reflections

Proud to be Catholic

As I write this article, I am preparing to leave for the National Eucharistic Congress. Over the last 60 days, over 100,000 men, women, and children joined the four Eucharistic Pilgrimage routes from our northern, southern, eastern, and western borders to the middle of our nation in Indianapolis. The routes

Read More »

Hopeful Entertainment

Back in college, I took a sociology of fashion class. I remember the professor telling us that fashion adapts to the emotional needs of the time. In difficult years, designers tried to lift people’s spirits with cheerful colors and enticing styling. She explained that the entertainment industry worked the same

Read More »

Who Sails Your Boat?

Recently, I heard a compelling teaching from Bishop Robert Barron about Jesus calming the storm. He starts by explaining that in the scriptures, a boat always represents the Church – meaning the people that make up the Church, not the institution. Stormy waters are the difficulties the Church, meaning us,

Read More »

How Big is Your Headdress?

Last weekend I attended a retreat in Washington, DC sponsored by the Catholic Art Institute, a group composed of artists from all over the country. I arrived Thursday afternoon and a local woman generously took Mark Little Elk, a Native American artist from Minnesota, and me to the Botanical Gardens.

Read More »

Faith Formation Calendar

Calendar of Events

S Sun

M Mon

T Tue

W Wed

T Thu

F Fri

S Sat

0 events,

0 events,

2 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

2 events,

1 event,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

2 events,

1 event,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

2 events,

2 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

1 event,

4 events,

3 events,

1 event,

1 event,

0 events,

Scroll to Top

Sacred Heart

414 Haviland Dr, Patterson, NY

Sacred Heart
1st Friday

June 7th
7 pm Mass 

Regular Schedule


Sunday

10:30 am Mass

Monday-Friday
9:00 am Rosary

Monday
6:30 pm Rosary via Zoom

For Assistance Call
(845) 279-4832

Saint Lawrence O'Toole

31 Prospect St, Brewster, NY

Sacred Heart 
First Friday

June 7th

7:00 PM Mass
Benediction      

Regular Schedule

Saturday
5 pm Mass
7:30 pm Mass en Español

Sunday
8 am, 9:30 am, 11 am Mass
12:30 pm Mass en Español
5:30 pm Mass 

Monday-Friday
8:30 am Daily Mass

First Friday
7 pm Mass, Adoration, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Exposition

Monday – Friday
7:45 am Rosary

 

Monday
6:30 pm Rosary via Zoom

 

Saturday
8:30 am Rosary

For Assistance Call
(845) 279-2021

Watch Online

9:30 am Sunday & Holy Day Masses plus Seasons of Praise, check calendar for dates & times

Saint Lawrence O'Toole

31 Prospect St, Brewster, NY

Confession

Monday
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm 

 

Friday
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Saint Lawrence O'Toole

31 Prospect St, Brewster, NY

Divine Mercy Chapel
Perpetual Adoration

 

For Assistance Call
(845) 279-2021