525 Bedford Road Pocantico Hills,
Tarrytown New York 10591

Bulletin & Calendar

NOTE FROM FR. JOHN: Our parish is proud to acknowledge that our parishioner, Pierre Poux, was honored last week for his 30-year support of SHORE (Sheltering the Homeless Is Our Responsibility). Pierre was surrounded by his family at the SHORE mid-summer fundraising dinner at the Orienta Beach Club in Mamaroneck. Organizations, as SHORE, remind us of the mission of Jesus to reach out to the marginalized of society.

SAVE THE DATE FOR CHURCH OF THE MAGDALENE’S 1ST ANNUAL FAMILY PICNIC Pierson Park, Tarrytown 12:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Brick Oven Pizza – BBQ – Ice Cream – Face Painting – Bake Off Bounce House & Family Games Bring a Friend or a new family to enjoy a beautiful afternoon overlooking the Hudson River and introduce them to our wonderful parish family.

COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY OF SLEEPY HOLLOW/TARRTOWN: Please remember to pick up your food bag during the summer months. The Community Pantry serves 250 families in our community each month. Our next weekend is August 11 & 12 and return is August 18 & 19. Thanks again in advance for your generosity!

CARDINAL’S APPEAL 2018: As of July 20, 2018.

Goal                Pledged            # of Donors             Donor Goal
$43,000            $54,291                       116                                130

BLOOD EMERGENCY! SUMMER BLOOD DRIVE IN PLEASANTVILLE! While it is not unusual for the blood donations and supplies to decrease towards the end of the summer, this year a state-wide emergency was declared on June 11th and is still in effect. The Pleasantville Volunteer Fire Department and the Pleasantville Volunteer Ambulance Corps will be hosting a blood drive at the Fire House, 75 Washington Avenue, on Wednesday, August 8 from 2:30 to 8:30 p.m. Blood donors from all towns are welcome, walk-ins are welcome. To sign up: online at www.nybloodcenter.org/donate-blood/ or call 800-933-2566.

A WORD FROM POPE FRANCIS: “Jesus himself tells us in no uncertain terms that we will be judged by the mercy we show to the poor: those who hunger and thirst, the naked, the stranger, the sick, and those in prison. Particularly in our prosperous societies, Christians are called to the guard against the temptation of indifference.” – Jubilee Audience, June 30, 2016

The Church of the Magdalene is the Only Church in the Archdiocese of New York Dedicated to Mary Magdalene