St. Saviour

ACTION

The Parish of St. Saviour has invited Parents and Parishioners who are moved to share their concerns about the fractured state of our church and school to attend a meeting at St. Saviour’s Church at 7:00 pm, 611 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY  11215, on Wednesday, December 16th.  This may be your only opportunity for an official forum to speak – so please make every effort to attend.  We should all be very grateful for this opportunity.

See you then.

Here is a link that enables you to email the Bishop: http://www.dioceseofbrooklyn.org/csptvform.aspx

Email, Call, or write the Superintendent, Thomas Chadzutko:

tchadzutko@dobmail.org

7200 Douglaston Parkway
Douglaston, NY 11362

718-281-9650

Email, Call or Write Father Daniel Murphy:

frdannymurphy@aol.com

St. Saviour Church
611 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

718-768-4055

Write or call the new Vicar:

Monsignor Ferrari

Diocese of Brooklyn
310 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215

718-965-7300

In response to numerous requests, here’s the number to move your Bishop’s Appeal to another parish: 718-965-7300 ext 1609. The woman’s name is Kim and she’s very helpful.

JERRY GALANTE – the Community Affairs Officer in charge of our group reminded me that we must keep our line straight and flat so that we don’t obstruct the path of pedestrians.

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  1. What a great turnout we had at today’s protest at the Bishops’ Office. While we were disappointed to not see Bishop Caggiano, we were heartened to have a giant turnout and a visit from a reporter from the Daily News. Thank you to all the parents, alumni parents and parishioners who dedicated their summer afternoon to our muggy, drizzly march!

  2. WEDNESDAY NIGHT’S VIGIL/PROTEST WAS A GREAT SUCCESS! WE WERE 130 STRONG! IT WAS GREAT MEETING ALL THE PEOPLE WHO YOU SEE IN CHURCH EVERY WEEK AND NEVER GET A CHANCE TO TALK TO. THANKS TO THE POLICE FOR BEING SO ACCOMMODATING AND TO ALL THE KIDS FOR SHAKING THEIR TAMBOURINES AND BANGING THEIR DRUMS, NEVER TAKING A BREAK DURING THE WHOLE MARCH! AND MOST OF ALL, THANKS TO MR. FLANAGAN FOR HIS 25 YEARS OF SERVICE AND HIS GOOD WORDS.

  3. The weekend the protests went well. We were actually outnumbered by police during the family mass for a short time (there were 5 of them, four of us)! They asked us to move our picket line across the street so we wouldn’t bother the folks entering church. Of course we complied, and I think it might have worked in our favor because people could really see us when they came out. The police also told us we could resume our spot in front of church during weekdays. They were very courteous and we really appreciated it.

  4. The sun finally came out this afternoon. The dedicated picketers at last had dry shoes to march in! Then the Tablet came out with such a great article.I believe these are signs of prayers being answered. Along with the sun comes new found hope and greater conviction.

  5. WE MARCHED IN THE RAIN TODAY. WE WERE NINE STRONG. OUR SIGNS ARE SOGGY BUT THEY’LL BE DRY BY SUNDAY. SEE YOU THEN!

  6. WE MARCHED IN FRONT OF THE DIOCESE OFFICE TODAY, BISHOP DiMARZIO WAS AT A POLICEMAN’S FUNERAL, SO WE DIDN’T SEE HIM, BUT WE MADE CONTACT WITH SOME REALLY LOVELY PEOPLE FROM “THE TABLET.” SEE YOU ON THE PICKET LINE TOMORROW!

  7. Wednesday evening’s Prayer Vigil was a beautiful experience and illustrates what St. Saviour Elementary School is all about. Let us plan for another one next week at the same time.

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