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Religious Education

Online Lesson Plans and Resources for Religious Education

With the evolving Coronavirus situation, we have provided resources for religious education learning at home.

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Special Needs Ministry

The work of the Ministry with Persons with Special Needs seeks to include all in faith formation and parish life.

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USCCB Guidelines

Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities

The Church continues to affirm the dignity of every human being, and to grow in knowledge and understanding of the gifts and needs of her members who live with disabilities.

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Special Needs

The Pope and the Athletes with Disabilities

Inclusion of those with disabilities helps us to become who we are meant to be as children of one Father.

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Pastoral Ministry with Deaf Catholics

Visit the Deaf Catholic Community on Facebook for information about upcoming events.

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Special Needs

What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Baby with Down Syndrome (VIDEO)

Mary Anne Russo presents the challenges and joys of having children with Downs.

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Lent

Lent 2021 / Cuaresma 2021

The 2021 Lenten season begins on Wednesday - February 17, 2021, April 1-3, 2021 - Holy Triduum and April 4, 2021 - Easter Sunday

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Pope Francis Message For Lent 2021

Message Of His Holiness Pope Francis For Lent 2021

“Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18) Lent: a Time for Renewing Faith, Hope and Love

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Lent 2021

Bishop Barres’ Lenten Letter/en Español 2021

Saint Mark points out to us that the Spirit, who had just descended upon Jesus in the form of a dove, drove Jesus into the desert.

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Special Needs Mass

Special Needs Mass St. James R.C. Church, Setauket

Our ministry focuses on the faith formation, support, and inclusion of children, adults and families with special needs.

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Catechetical Issues

Pop-Up Catechesis: Letting God’s Word Sink In (Lectio Divina)

We can’t assume that the first time we say something, it has been heard and received! The same holds true with the Word of God.

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