†A Very Special Pilgrimage†
Experience a firsthand the magnificent Shrines of Italy on an 11 Day Pilgrimage with our Spiritual Leader Fr. Bill O’Brien.
We will leave St Veronica’s on October 26th to the beautiful city of Rome. We begin by attending, w/other Pilgrims, a papal audience with Pope Francis.
From there our focus will be with multitude of spectacular Basilicas, magnificent Shrines, exquisite Cathedrals, Scala Sancta, Monte Cassino and St Benedict, Naples and Pompeii, San Giovanni Rotondo and St Padre Pio. Grotto of St Michael the Archangel and Lanciano (miracle of Eucharist). Loretto and Assisi.
We hope that you can join us on this “dream Pilgrimage”. $ 3000.00 pp with health insurance included. Please remember, space is limited. For more info, please contact pilgrimage coordinator Deacon Tom. 732 610 5434 or e mail email@example.com
Consider Joining our Altar Server Ministry
St. Veronica Altar Server Ministry provides an opportunity for the young people of our parish to become more involved in the parish in a constructive, helpful and educational way. The altar server ministry is very important and beautiful commitment to our parish community and is an invitation by God. The altar server ministry provides boys and girls with the opportunity to learn more about their faith and to begin to build a foundation of evangelization and stewardship by serving at Mass and other liturgical functions. An altar server is the right hand helper of the Priest and Deacon at the Mass.
This ministry allows young parishioners to grow in the following ways:
•Serve Christ and the Church
•Participate in the Liturgy
•Learn more about the Mass and the Church
•Be more involved in the parish
The Ministry is open to those in Fifth Grade and beyond, who have celebrated their First Communion.
Altar Server training will begin in September, with sessions on Saturdays. We will let you know when the training session times are scheduled.
If you are interested in joining our altar server ministry, please click here Form for registration and return it to the rectory to the attention of Deacon Gino Esposito.