Holy Week has begun! Thank you to Frank, Grace, Julie, Judy, Leonel, Mary and Diane who helped prepare IHM Church for Palm Sunday. May these sacred days be a prayerful journey for all who gather at Immaculate Heart of Mary! Be sure to consult the Holy Week Schedule for the days ahead.
Please be sure to consult the booklet throughout the entire Lenten/Easter Season for opportunities for prayer, reflection and community gatherings.
2019 Lenten Booklet
Immaculate Heart of Mary Spring Extravaganza
Date: Thursday, May 2nd at 7:00 p.m. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. Sharp
Rex Manor: 1100 60th Street Brooklyn, New York 11219
Admission Tickets are: $60.00
Tickets include a 4-course meal, Unlimted beer, Wine, & Soda with valet parking.
No Admission tickets will be sold at the door.
Admission Tickets are available at the rectory, For further information or to join the committee,
Please call Sylvia at 718-871-1310 ex.10
New items are needed for raffles and gifts. All donations can be brought to the rectory.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Spring Extravaganza Wish List
- Log onto Amazon
- Go to ” Your Lists “
- Then go to ” Find a list or Registry “
- Search for ” Immaculate Heart of Mary ” and then select ” Immaculate Heart of Mary Brooklyn NY “
- All gifts will be shipped directly to Rectory
Did you know that 55+ is the “Golden Age?” This group meets on Tuesday Afternoons at 1:00 pm in the Marian Center—Activities Includes Arts & Crafts, Bingo, Cards, Trips & More! Have Ideas? Have Energy? Come to join them for coffee and fellowship!
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Gives Back! Immaculate Heart of Mary should share in the profits. For each car, truck or van, running or not the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul will give back to our church $50/ $100 per vehicle. Maybe you don’t have a vehicle, but a family member, friend or neighbor has an old or neglected vehicle in their driveway that they would like to dispose of. Call the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul at 718.491.2525. Thank You!
Are You Aware? It has been our experience at times that some people may feel they are not able to receive Communion due to divorce or other personal issues. Often times, there may be a misunderstanding regarding Church Teaching in these matters. You are encouraged to see Fr. Gill, S. Mary Ann, Deacons Jim, or John for clarity so that you do not miss the opportunity to celebrate the healing presence of Jesus in the Sacrament of Reconciliation and in turn come to the Table of the Lord.
“When I was hungry, you gave me to eat.” ( Mt. 25) Our pantry is in need of non-perishable items such as: cereals, peanut butter, jelly, canned vegetables, fruits, and soups, tuna fish, crackers, non-refrigerated milk (ex. Parmalat), etc. Our Parish pledged to #WalkwithFrancis—donating to the Food Pantry is a good way to walk.