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The St. John Neumann praying community welcomes you to journey with us during our 40th Anniversary Year (August 2016-August 2017). Join us as we remember the blessings of the past and celebrate God’s continued blessings in the present.  The real presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and prayer bring us joy and strength for the journey..

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Mass Schedule

Saturday
5:00pm
Sunday
7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm
5:00pm Parish Life Teen Mass

Weekday Masses
Mon - Fri. 9:00am
Tues - Wed - Thur 7:00pm
Holy Day
9:00am and 7:00pm, Vigil 7:00pm
Reconciliation
Saturday 4:00pm - 4:30pm

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Ponderings...Beyond the Homily

 

Hot? Cold? Snow? Rain?
By Father Bob Kraig:     These times of the year are always challenging. Transitional weather! You can go out in the morning and it is 60 degrees outside and by the evening it is in the 30s and either raining, snowing or...

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Blue Striped Shirts And Santa
Blue striped shirts and Santa! By Father Bob Kraig The upcoming holiday season (or current – depending on how you see it) always brings to mind how my relationship with Santa Claus changed. I remember my mom taking me dow...

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Soooo – what’s the winter forecast? I guess when we hear things on the news about ‘our winter forecast coming up right after the break’ on newscasts we immediately wonder how much snow, rain, the tempera...

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  Catholic News

Our Lady of the Atonement Joins the Anglican Ordinariate

By Nicholas Wolfram Smith | The old saying about laws and sausages – no one should watch them being made – could apply just as well to dis...

How To Be Politically Incorrect and Prosper, The Return of English Catholicism, and More Links!

By Tito Edwards | How To Be Politically Incorrect and Prosper - Donald T. DeMarco Ph.D., Truth and Charity Forum Why the Ordinariate; The Return...

The Stations of the Cross and Blessed John Hambley

By Stephanie Mann | Each Lent I look forward to participating in the Way of the Cross at one particular parish in our diocese which also celebrates a ...

New Yorkers Walk for the Unborn

By Angelo Stagnaro | On Saturday, March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation and the International Day of the Unborn Child, New York City hosted a cr...