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"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

The Rosary Society of the Church of St. Rocco

e-mail: rosarysociety@stroccoglencove.com 

The Rosary society consists of approximately 185 ladies who share their love and prayers to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of our Lord Jesus Christ. They pray together at the 7:30 am Liturgy, celebrated the first Sunday of every month. In addition, these devoted ladies meet the last Monday of each month at 7:30 pm in the Parish Hall, recite the Rosary together in both English and Italian, discuss various social events, fundraisers for the benefit of the parish, meditate in prayer and generally share themselves with each other, the Blessed Mother and her Son. A coffee and cake social ends the evening.

The Rosary Society partakes in various fundraisers and events throughout the year, such as:
Tea Parties
Cake Sales
Fashion Shows
Dinner Dances
Comedy Shows
Spiritual Retreats
Religious Presentations , and much more...
The Rosarians are always ready to assist the Pastor
in any capacity to help benefit the Church of St. Rocco.
Every September, the Society undertakes a recruitment process to seek out new members in the parish and the community – always welcoming the younger generation into the fold of believers.

Rosarians are always looking to understand more intimately the mysteries and promises of the Holy Rosary.

THE MYSTERIES OF THE ROSARY:
The Joyful Mysteries
The Sorrowful Mysteries
The Glorious Mysteries
The Luminous Mysteries

Reciting & believing in these most Holy Mysteries can provide the treasures of Grace hidden within the Rosary.

PRAY THE ROSARY EVERY DAY
“Whatever you ask through the Rosary shall be granted.”

(Promise of Our Lady to St. Dominic)
CHARITY            UNITY              HUMILITY

 


La società di Rosario della Chiesa di San Rocco è costituito da circa 185 ladies che condividono il loro amore e preghiere per la Beata Vergine Maria, madre del nostro Signore Gesù Cristo. Essi pregano insieme presso il 7:30 liturgia, celebrata la prima domenica di ogni mese. Inoltre, queste signore dedicate incontrano l'ultimo lunedì di ogni mese alle 19:30 nella sala parrocchiale, recitare il Rosario insieme in inglese e l'italiano, discutono di vari eventi sociali, raccolte di fondi a beneficio della parrocchia, meditano in preghiera e generalmente condividono stessi con a vicenda, la beata madre e suo figlio. Un caffè e una torta sociale si conclude la sera.


La società di Rosario partecipa in varie raccolte di fondi ed eventi durante tutto l'anno, come ad esempio:
Parti tè
Torta vendite
Sfilate di moda
Serate danzanti
Commedia mostra
Ritiri spirituali
Presentazioni religiose, e molto more…




I Rosarians sono sempre pronti ad assistere il pastore
in qualsiasi capacità per contribuire a beneficio
del Chiesa di San Rocco. ;

Ogni settembre, la società si impegna a un processo di reclutamento per cercare nuovi membri della parrocchia e la comunità – sempre accogliente la generazione più giovane nella piega dei credenti. Rosarians sono sempre alla ricerca di comprendere più intimamente i misteri e le promesse del Santo Rosario.

I MISTERI DEL ROSARIO:
Misteri gaudiosi
Misteri dolorosi
Misteri gloriosi
I misteri luminosi
Recitando & credere in questi maggior parte dei santi misteri può fornire la tesori di grazia nascosti all'interno di Rosario.

PREGARE IL ROSARIO OGNI GIORNO
"Qualunque cosa chiedete attraverso il Rosario è concesso."

(Promessa della Madonna di San Domenico)
CHARITY                 UNITY               HUMILITY




"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery


the Saint Agnes Medal of Service Award recipient for 2014:

Bishop Murphy has selected Maryann Ward as the recipient from Saint Rocco for,
The Saint Agnes Medal for service to the Catholic Church.
On Sunday, October 26th, Bishop Murphy celebrated a Prayer Service & Awards Ceremony at the Cathedral to honor 133 recipients of the St. Agnes Medal of Service Award, which is, as Bishop Murphy stated,
"...an award recognizing those who generously and unselfishly give of themselves to their parishes. They are the unsung heroes in our midst who build up our parish communities by extraordinary service in parish ministry, administration or significant volunteer roles..." Maryann Ward is St. Rocco Church's 2014 lucky recipient! We thank Maryann for all that she does and wish her continued love, peace and blessings.

"Whatever you do, do from the heart, as for the Lord and not for men." Colossians 3

In the Long Island Catholic :The "St. Agnes Medal honors outstanding service to parishes"
On the Diocese of Rockville Centre website:
        Bishop Murphy to Honor Lay People This Sunday with Saint Agnes Medal
Take tour of the Diocese of Rockville Centre's Cathedral of St. Agnes in Rockville Centre New York, on youtube
 
 
 
Saint Agnes
Feastday: January 21 (Patron of the Children of Mary) Martyred: 304
St. Agnes was a Roman girl who was only thirteen years old when she suffered martyrdom for her Faith. Agnes had made a promise, a promise to God never to stain her purity. Her love for the Lord was very great and she hated sin even more than death! Since she was very beautiful, many young men wished to marry Agnes, but she would always say, "Jesus Christ is my only Spouse." ,
Procop, the Governor's son, became very angry when she refused him. He had tried to win her for his wife with rich gifts and promises, but the beautiful young girl kept saying, "I am already promised to the Lord of the Universe. He is more splendid than the sun and the stars, and He has said He will never leave me!" In great anger, Procop accused her of being a Christian and brought her to his father, the Governor. The Governor promised Agnes wonderful gifts if she would only deny God, but Agnes refused. He tried to change her mind by putting her in chains, but her lovely face shone with joy.
Next he sent her to a place of sin, but an Angel protected her. At last, she was condemned to death. Even the pagans cried to see such a young and beautiful girl going to death. Yet, Agnes was as happy as a bride on her wedding day. She did not pay attention to those who begged her to save herself. "I would offend my Spouse," she said, "if I were to try to please you. He chose me first and He shall have me!" Then she prayed and bowed her head for the death-stroke of the sword.
A chapel stands over the spot where she was martyred, just outside the walls of the city of Rome, and there every year a pair of lambs are taken to be blessed. Then their wool is cut and made into the cloak or pallium that is worn by the Archbishop.
In old pictures St. Agnes is always shown with a spotless white lamb by her side; and in the Christian Church she has been honoured from the time of her death as a type of purity.

source:http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=106

The complete history of Saint Agnes: heritage-history.com

 

 

 


The Rosary Society Has New Members

"On Sunday, October 19th, at the 7:30 am Mass, Fr. Elias installed 8 ladies into our Rosary Society. About 70 Rosarians were present to welcome their new Sisters. A delicious breakfast was served in the Madonna Room following the Mass. The Society currently enjoys a membership of 176 ladies. It is believed that St. Rocco Church has the largest Rosary Society on Long Island. Once a month, the Rosarians gather to pray to our Holy Lady, socialize with one another and organize fundraisers to help support our beautiful Parish.
Pictured in the photograph is President Toni Rokos, Angela Evangelista, Theresa Nardine, Rosemarie Flynn, Laura Petulla, Maria Aureliano, Gloria Tancredi and Laura Ferrante (missing from photo is Arlene Ricca)."

 

 

 

 


CATHOLIC SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD :

ROSARY SOCIETY ANNOUNCES ITS 2014 CATHOLIC SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNER!
The recipient of this year’s $1,000 award goes to 13 year old Camilla Grimaldi –
a very worthy winner in deed. Camilla has a grade average of “A” and is President of the National Junior Honor Society. She is currently a student at St. Dominic’s School and will be entering 9th grade in the Fall at Our Lady of Mercy Academy. Camilla is a model student and we all wish her continued success in the years to come. Keep up the good work, Camilla!....
Thank you to the additional 16 young folks who submitted applications. They, too, deserve to be congratulated.
All excellent candidates.

UNITY
CHARITY
HUMILITY

 

 

 

 


The 2011-2013 Rosary Society Board & The New Officers for 2013-2015

 

 

 

 


The 2013-2015 Roasary Society Officers

 

 

 


The Rosary Society (2013)

 

 

 



 

 

The Rosary Society's Executive Board (2011-2013)

President:
Maryann Ward

Vice President:
Grace Cipriano

Recording Secretary:
Nancy McCarthy

Corresponding Secretary:
Gina Galante

Corresponding Secretary:
Vincenza Dizazzo

Financial Secretary:
Roseann Gallo

Financial Secretary:
Anna galante

Treasurer:
Portia Ryder


St.Rocco Rosary Society: The end-of-the-year June Social,
(see it on you-tube)

 

 

 

 

The Rosary Society: Catholic Education Scholarship Award (2013)

"The Rosary Society would like to thank all those who applied for the Rosary Society's $1,000 Catholic Education Scholarship Award. It was quite a difficult task to choose one worthy recipient since all who applied had exceptional credentials and were all worthy young folks. Congratulations to Nadia Santoro!" God bless her and all applicants!"



 

 

 

 

 


"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

   
 


 

 

 

 

 


"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Seven Sorrows of Mary":
By Father Lawerence Rywalt, of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

Father Lawerence Rywalt, of The Immaculate Conception Monastery in Jamacia Estates was the guest speaker at the november Rosary Society meeting. Father Larry gave an Advent presentation of the "Seven Sorrows of Mary". Here are some Photographs from the Meeting and Prayer Cards.

 

 

 

 

(click here to enlarge photo)



 


"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

The "Seven Sorrows of Mary": Devotion and the Seven Graces

 

 
 

 

 

 



 


"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

DONATED SACRED OBJECTS:

“The Rosary Society is happy and proud to donate these sacred items in honor of all living and deceased Rosarians. May everyone enjoy them this Easter Season 2012 and for years to come.”


(The Monstrance, Paschal Candle, Processional Cross, Altar Server Candles,
Altar Pillow, Daily Chalice, Turible):

Click to read the Pastors letter The the Rosarians
The Monstrance
" June 2013 - The Rosary Society proudly donates to the parish this very precious and elegant MONSTRANCE
in dedication to our Holy Mother and her Son, our Lord. Let us honor together the Blessed Sacrament for all years to come. "Hence so great a Sacrament let us venerate with heads bowed."

 

 




 

 


 

Daily Chalice (The Byzantine Chalice )
  Donated by the Rosary Society 2012
  - In Honor of our Blessed Mother -
 
 

Turible
Donated by the Rosary Society 2012 - In Honor of our Blessed Mother -

"Seven Sorrows of Mary"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

"Our Lady Of Lourdes"
Father Lawerence Rywalt
of The Immaculate Conception Monastery

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