The Korean Community at St. Francis of Assisi will host its
15th Annual ‘Love Concert’
on Saturday, November 17th
at 7:00 PM in the church.
The concert will be presented in two parts. In part one, EnoB (Innovative Bridge) will present various classical music by renowned musicians.
The second part will include Korean traditional instruments and songs as well as the Korean community choir under the direction of Jin-Ok Lee.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the reception desk in the lobby of the Parish House.
St. Francis of Assisi is a church community of people from all over the world. Whether we come from other countries or other parts of the United States, many of us are in New York far from family and friends. Often we face the reality of grieving for lost loved ones from afar.
On Friday, November 2nd
at a special 7:00 PM Mass
we will remember our dead at a special Mass of Remembrance for all those who carry the burden of grief and loss.
If you have a family member or loved one who died since November 2, 2017 and you wish to have their names announced at this Mass please stop by the reception desk in the lobby of the Parish House and fill out the All Souls Day Remembrance form and return it by Monday, October 29.
We invite everyone who attends to bring a photo or memento of someone you have recently lost which will be placed in the sanctuary during the Mass.
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord
and let perpetual light shine upon them.
May the souls of the faithful departed,
through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
Saturday, November 3, at 5 PM
in the Clare Room here at St. Francis.
A lawyer will be present to talk about issues involved when making a will and will answer any questions from those participating.
This is an important topic and many people neglect doing this.
All are invited and…it is FREE!
The Filipino Ministry invites you to a fundraising Costume Party!
Saturday, October 27, from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM.
San Damiano Hall 129 W. 31st Street New York, NY 10001
WITH DJ, DANCE INSTRUCTOR AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS
A prize will be given to the best costume made of recycled materials.
For tickets and information, email: email@example.com
or call Zeny – (718)-672-0596,
Carla (718)5034637 or
Proceeds of the event will be donated to support church ministries and services.
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 Catholic 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 provides a safe place where one 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.
Join us on Saturday, October 20, 2018
in San Damiano Hall,
129 W. 31st Street,
from 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM.
The fee is $25 per person, $40 per couple, which includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and all retreat materials.
Scholarships are available. Pre-registration is required.
Care for Creation: Hearing Earth’s Cry & Responding with Hope
An all-day conference to inspire, engage and share ideas with one another.
Saturday, October 27th
9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
San Damiano Hall.
A renowned panel of experts on environmental issues will participate.
Register by October 20 at www.careforcreation.eventbrite.com.
The cost is $40 which includes breakfast and lunch. For more information call 212-877- 3111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is co-sponsored by the Metro New York Catholic Climate Movement and the Migrant Center of St. Francis of Assisi
Monday to Friday, October 15-19, at 6:00 PM
in San Damiano Hall
Monday, October 15
Statue (4 minutes/Animation)
Do You Know What I Mean? (2 min./Animation)
Estrillita (Little Star) (8 min./Animation)
Making an Immigrant (2 min./Animation)2nd Life (7 min./Drama)
Hermanos/Siblings (80 min./Documentary)
Tuesday, October 16
La Nostra Storia (4 min./Animation)
Room 140 (12 min./Documentary)
What the Hell is Going On? (6 min./Documentary)
The Language of Ball (9 min./Drama)
East of Salinas (72 min./Documentary)
Wednesday, October 17
Statue (4 min./Animation)
In Search of the American Dream (143 min./Drama)
Thursday, October 18
Statue (4 min./Animation)
My Brother (2 min./Animation)
Scent of Geranium (4 min./Animation)
Scirocco: A Case Against Deportations (5 min./Animation)
Trauma at the Border (4 min./Documentary)
The Fare (25 min./Drama)
Immigrant Prisons (14 min./Documentary)
America, I Too (20 min./Drama)
Friday, October 19
Statue (4 min./Animation)
Seeking Refuge: Julianne’s Story (5 min./Animation)
What will People Say? (106 min./Drama)
Suggested donation to attend: $25.00 for all 5 nights. We invite all students with valid student ID to attend for free.
For detailed information about the films
go to: www.indieforfilmfest.com
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