Welcome

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Bereavement Group
Two trained leaders meet with a small support group Monday afternoons for eight weeks to provide pastoral care and comfort to those dealing with the loss of a loved one. In an atmosphere of acceptance and understanding, participants are helped to begin the faith journey from loss and grief to healing and hope. (Call to schedule evening group.)
CONTACT: Sister Muriel 834-1220

Bird Watching
Come to Manor Park for a Saturday morning bird walk. Local birding expert and Audubon board member will coach you in the art of quietly observing nature. Peruse the e-Bulletin for the next Saturday. All ages welcome, including parents with interested children.
CONTACT: Rosemary Parandelis 834-1220

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Cub Scouts
Open to male youngsters of the parish.
CONTACT: Stephen Cox 834-1220

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CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) Basketball – Children’s Program
For all parishioners’ children in 2nd through 12th grades. Our goal is for interested children to participate and learn the basics and fundamentals of basketball—and thus, of teamwork and sportsmanship. Practice is usually once a week; games are scheduled once or twice a week. 
CONTACT: Mark McNally 834-1220

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Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus/ Msgr. Stanley Mathews Council has been active in the Larchmont area for over 55 years. We are a Catholic men’s fraternal benefit society that engages in charitable and community service activities throughout our parishes and neighborhoods. We provide funds and volunteer services to many causes, including scholarships for children attending Catholic high school and for local seminarians, blood drives, Habitat , Special Olympics and many others. Our activities support parish life, our clergy, the local community, our youth and each other. We are always interested in new members.
For more info, please visit home.catholicweb.com/larchmontknights
CONTACT: Craig Skolnick 646-733-7432

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Ladies Auxiliary
A social and spiritual arm of the parish, we promote fellowship and support. The many functions of this group include a the annual Holly Party, the Irish Fleadh and other get-togethers. “The Auxiliary” is always ready to assist the parish in any capacity. We welcome all parishioners! Join our board to play an active role in the implementation of these activities.
CONTACT: Anne-Mieke Smeets 834-0194

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Larchmont Interfaith Council
The Larchmont Interfaith Council is a group which meets informally for the purpose of promoting interfaith relations. It has evolved into a dynamic force of individuals committed to improving the quality of life in our community. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month from September to June. A Thanksgiving Interfaith Service is celebrated every November including several houses of worship.
CONTACT: Janet Rising 834-1220

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Men’s Basketball
Men’s group gathers on Saturday mornings (40s and up) and Sunday evenings (20s and 30s) to play basketball and to share in athletic camaraderie. Open to those from St. Augustine and the larger community.
CONTACT: Jim Jeffry (Sat.) 833-5813 Nick Viazzo (Sun.) 834-2564

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Moms & Pops & Tots
A supportive and playful atmosphere created for parents and their children aged 0-3+. The group meets most Fridays, September through June, in the back stage room of Kenny Hall. We are currently looking for a facilitator for this ministry.
CONTACT: 834-1220

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RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
Would you like to know more about the Catholic Church? The RCIA is a process that welcomes adults who wish to explore the possibility of becoming members of the Catholic Church as well as those who simply desire to know more about the Catholic faith. Catholics who have never received the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation are also invited to participate. Through this journey of faith that varies according to individual needs of each person, the participants seek a closer relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer, Sacred Scripture and the teachings of the Catholic Church, particularly a deeper understanding of the sacraments.
CONTACT: Sister Muriel 834-1220

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Saint Monica’s Gardeners
Volunteers plant and nurture various gardens in and around the church grounds—as well as a vegetable garden behind the rectory whose harvest is donated to the HOPE food pantry in New Rochelle. New members (and donations of gardening materials) are always welcome. No experience necessary. CONTACT: 914-834-1220

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Seniors Group

All those 55 years young and older are invited and welcome the St Augustine Senior group. They meet most Thursdays at 11:30 am – 4:00 pm. Lunch, Bingo, Games, Friendship and special events including holiday lunches and trips are scheduled. The group meets in Kenny Hall September to June.

CONTACT: 914-834-1220

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Sunday Social Hour

Coffee and donuts are offered in the cafeteria following the 10:30 am Mass in the cafeteria and Lemonade and donut holes are offered in the warmer months.

CONTACT: Margaret Beretta

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Welcome Committee
Welcome new parishioners into the community and help them feel at home in their new parish. Diverse areas of welcome include helping out at Sunday coffee hour, planning a yearly potluck get-together, visiting new parishioners, etc. Come and be a part of the welcoming face that Christ presents to the world.
CONTACT: Karen Khor 834-3978

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Religious Ed Program

Register now for fall classes!
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The Year at a Glance

A list of important dates to help you plan ahead.
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Volunteer to help

Find out how you can help in the classroom, in the office or with outreach.
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