Schedule

Sacrament of Reconciliation / Confessions
Church
Saturday
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Weekend Masses

Saturday/
Anticipated Mass
of Sunday:

Church
5:00 PM

Sunday:
Church
8:00 AM
9:30 AM (Family Mass)
11:00 AM
12:30 PM
5:00 PM (Youth Mass)

Chapel
10:30AM
12:45 PM (Español)

Weekday Masses

Monday-Friday:
Church
9:00 AM
12:00 NOON
Saturday Morning:
Church
9:00 AM

Morning Prayer
Church
Weekdays 7:30 AM

Parish Outreach
St Vincent DePaul

Pantry

St. Anthony's Parish Outreach

Antoinette Wagner-Teague, Coordinator
Sr. Frances Monuszko, O.P., Program Assistant

Located in St. Anthony's Parish Center
1-516-764-0048 x 2530

Se habla español

Mission
Parish Outreach at St. Anthony's strives to always provide a compassionate response to the problems and difficulties of our neighbors, to give assistance wherever possible and to connect the resources of the community with the needs.
The work of Parish Outreach is rooted in the Gospel mandate to love and to serve. It is faith in action.

Services
Food Pantry / Clothing Room
Farmer’s Market Fridays

Information and Referral / Advocacy

Collaboration with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul


Important Notice/Noticia Importante
New Hours: Effective July 10, 2017
Nuevas Horas: a partir del 10 de julio de 2017

Daily Hours/Horas Diarias

Monday - 11am-2pm
Tuesday - 10am-1pm
Wednesday - 2pm-5pm
Thursday – Closed
Friday - 10am-1pm

Lunes - de 11am a 2pm
Martes - de 10am a 1pm
Miercoles - de 2pm a 5pm
Jueves – Cerrado
Viernes - de 10am a 1pm

"See! I will not forget you... I have carved
you on the palm of my hand."

Isaiah 49:15


Society of St Vincent DePaul
St. Anthony Conference

The Society of St Vincent de Paul is an international Catholic organization of lay persons founded in 1833 by Frederic Ozanam and his companions. Placed under the patronage of St Vincent de Paul, the Society seeks, in a spirit of justice and charity, through person-to-person involvement of its members, to help those who are suffering.

No work of charity is foreign to the Society. Vincentian helping can include any person-to-person assistance that promotes human dignity and integrity. The Society is concerned not only with relieving need, but also with redressing the situations that cause it. It serves persons in need regardless of age, creed, gender, opinion, origin or race.

Members of the Society refer to themselves as “Vincentians” after their patron St. Vincent de Paul and gather in groups traditionally called “Conferences” which meet regularly and frequently in a spirit of friendship and simplicity. Time is provided at the meetings for spiritual reflection and for sharing of the experiences of a member’s service to the needy. Consideration is then given to individual requests for assistance, disposition of requests, and operating considerations.

The Society has a heritage of lay responsibility and lay action. Management and direction are vested with lay persons; the Society’s officers and members are always lay persons. As a self-governing group, the Society has its own rules and regulations. It chooses and conducts its own charitable activities. It elects its own leaders. It manages its own funds and holds itself accountable for their proper use.

The St. Anthony Conference became an official Conference of the Society on November 11, 1969. Presently, it has 17 active members and meets every other Tuesday in the Parish Center. Approximately 300 Oceanside families, in collaboration with Parish Outreach, are served annually in various ways by the Conference. These include payment for rent, utilities, furniture, clothing, medical needs and other contingencies that arise. Over 2000 visits are made annually to our St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry.

The work of the Conference is made possible and supported by parishioners through year-round donations of food and monetary gifts from funds collected in poor boxes, monthly collection envelopes and memorial donations. The parish supports the St. Anthony’s Bread Booth at the annual Feast, which offers St. Anthony’s Bread for monetary gifts. Our primary fundraiser is the annual Friends of the Poor Walk in the fall. The Conference also works with other service groups such as Oceanside Community Service, Oceanside Interfaith Council and Long Island Cares to help the needy.

For further information about the St. Anthony Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, please contact through Parish Outreach at 1-516-764-0048 x 2530.

"You will find that charity is a heavy burden to carry. The poor are your masters...you must give them your love. It is only because of your love-only your love-that the poor will forgive you the bread you give them."

--St. Vincent de Paul

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St. Anthony's Church
110 Anchor Ave
Oceanside, NY 11572
Tel: 516.764.0048
Fax: 516.282.2525

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Group
Meetings

Alcoholics
Anonymous

Sunday, Monday & Thursday at 7:30 PM, in the cafeteria

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Narcotics
Anonymous

Tuesday at 8 PM, in the cafeteria