Immaculate Conception and Assumption of Our Lady Parish - Tuckahoe, NY
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  • This Weekend's Celebrants

    • Sunday of Divine Mercy - Sat. 5 PM

    • Daily Mass Readings

      • Reading I  Acts 4:32-35
        Responsorial Psalm  118:2-4, 13-15, 22-24
        Reading II  1 Jn 5:1-6
        Gospel  Jn 20:19-31
    • Mass Livestreams

      Saturday: 8:30 AM & 5:00 PM
      Sunday: 10:00 AM
      Monday-Friday: 12:00 PM 

  • Events and News (Click the Tab to Open)  

    • This year, Divine Mercy Sunday is Sunday, April 11. It was Pope St. John Paul II who canonized St. Faustina and fulfilled the wish of the Lord that the Sunday after Easter would be celebrated as Divine Mercy Sunday.

      Please make time to come for prayer and to venerate the Divine Mercy image at Immaculate Conception Church:

      • 12:00 PM
        • Solemn Mass for Divine Mercy Sunday
      • 1:00 - 3:00 PM
        • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
        • Veneration of the Divine Mercy Image
        • Blessing with the First Class Relic of St. Faustina Kawalska
        • Music and reflections by Katy Feeney, singer and harpist
        • Rosary
        • Silent Prayers
        • Chaplet of Divine Mercy
      • 3:00 PM
        • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament & Reposition

      The entirety of the afternoon will be
      Livestreamed


    • You are invited to join Fr. Novio on a 10-day pilgrimage to the Holy Land! The pilgrimage will begin on December 26, 2021, and conclude on January 4, 2022. There will be stops in Nazareth, Cana, Galilee, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Ein Karem, and Emmaus. The enrollment deadline is June 30, 2021. Please click HERE for the full brochure of information.



      You are invited to join Fr. Sorgie on the rescheduled pilgrimage to the Passion Play in Oberammergau. The itinerary is the same as the 2020 program. The pilgrimage will begin on September 14, 2022, and conclude on September 23, 2022. The enrollment deadline is July 1, 2021. Please click HERE for the full brochure of information.

    • The parish will be giving out missalettes, which contain the antiphons and prayers for daily Mass as well as the readings and prayers for Sunday Mass. There are a limited number of these books so please only take one book per family. This book will be yours to keep so please take it home with you and bring it with you as you come to Mass. If you know anyone who is viewing Mass through livestream and who would appreciate one, please take one for them. The song sheets, which are printed weekly for Sunday Masses, will still be used.
       
      *If any missalettes that have been given out are left behind, the books will have to be thrown away due to public health guidelines. Please be mindful to keep them on your person.*
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      Holy Week

    • Please Return the Lenten Mite Boxes/Bags  ASAP

      As you may know, our parish and school communities assist a sister parish in Old Managua, Nicaragua. The Parish of Cristo Agonizante del Rosario is often in need of school supplies and daily necessities for the students and families in that parish.

      Please return the “Lenten Coins for Nicaragua” mite box before the end of Lent so that all proceeds may be sent to Fr. O'Down in Nicaragua for Easter. If you do not have a box and would like to contribute, please use a baggie or any receptacle. Thank you for your generosity! 

    • On March 19, 2021 (the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary), Cardinal Dolan consecrated the Archdiocese of New York to St. Joseph. View the Act of Consecration HERE. Pray along with Cardinal Dolan using the prayers found HERE.

      Pope Francis has announced 2021 as the Year of St. Joseph. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the declaration of St. Joseph as the Patron of the Universal Church.

    • It has come to our attention that the names of the pastors of our three local parishes (IHM, St. Joseph's, and ICA) are being used in an email scam. We would like to officially state that Fr. Sorgie would NEVER ask for gift cards or anything of the sort through email. If you have any doubts about the veracity of an email, please call the parish office - (914) 961-3643 - and speak to a staff member before responding.

      If Fr. Sorgie were to ask for assistance, he would reach out through more personal means, such as a phone call or speaking in person. Thank you for your assistance in stopping this cyber-crime.

      The image below provides an example of where to find the information detailed underneath. It is not an actual Scam email.


      • When receiving an email of uncertain origin, look at the sender's email address (black arrow in image above) at the top of the email.
        • Our parish emails will always have an "@icaparish.org" or "@flocknote.com" address.
      • If you receive a scam email, please report it, within your email provider, as "phishing," "spam," or a similar type of description (blue arrow in image above) so that these thieves cannot take advantage of anyone.
        • Within Gmail, the menu to report an email can be found by clicking the vertical ellipsis (blue star in image above).
    • The 2022 Mass Book is ready and will record all Mass Intentions for the living and deceased in 2022. You may come by the office in the new Parish Center to reserve a Mass. Daily Mass Intentions which appear in the bulletin are $20 and Unannounced Mass Intentions are $15.

      Please note: At any given time, no more than five Mass intentions will be taken.

    • Follow the construction of the New Holy Mount Terraced Gardens and Columbarium with pictures and regular updates from the construction team:
      HERE

    • Parish Offices Have Moved to the New Parish Center

      The opening of our long-awaited, new Parish Center began with the move of all Parish Offices out of the Rectory. The Parish Center can be entered from the original entrance to the school building. There is a handicap ramp between the Church and School and a new sign to lead you directly to the new center.

      For all Parish business, please visit our new offices and see the center as we prepare for its complete opening.

    • Holy Mount Cemetery Will Be Periodically Closed

      Due to the construction of the New Columbarium at Holy Mount Cemetery, the cemetery will be closed periodically to allow the construction equipment to be operated safely. These periodic closures will only be temporary. For updates, please call the parish office or check here.

      Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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  • Reopening of Our Churches on Sundays - Level IV

      • Immaculate Conception Church and Assumption Church are open for Sunday Masses, Weekday Masses, Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals, and Memorial Masses. With that in mind, we must observe the following guidelines. We are excited to welcome you home!


        • Seating is at 33% capacity.

        • Entrance to the church will be through two doors. 

          • At Immaculate Conception, use the door by the parking lot/Shrine to Our Lady and the door at the top of the handicapped-accessible ramp.

          • At Assumption, use the door by the handicapped-accessible ramp and the door by the Hall of Saints.

        • Seat locations have been marked within the church.

        • Face coverings, which cover both the nose and mouth, must be worn at all times, only to be removed momentarily to receive Communion (Communion is strongly requested to be received in the hand only).

        • Use hand sanitizer, your own or at the hand sanitizer stations located near the church entrance.

        • Proper social distancing must be strictly maintained for individuals not part of the same household.

        • The bathrooms in our churches will remain locked. For an emergency, please contact the sacristan or priest.

        Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

      • Sunday Masses
         
        • Saturday Vigil
          • 4:00 PM at Assumption Church
          • *5:00 PM at Immaculate Conception Church
         
        • Sunday
          • 8:00 AM at Immaculate Conception Church
          • 9:00 AM at Assumption Church
          • *10:00 AM at Immaculate Conception Church
          • 11:30 AM (Spanish) at Assumption Church
          • 12:00 PM at Immaculate Conception Church
          • 5:00 PM at Immaculate Conception Church

        Weekday Masses
         
        • Monday - Friday
          • 7:30 AM at Assumption Church
          • 8:30 AM at Immaculate Conception Church
          • *12:00 PM at Immaculate Conception Church
         
        • Saturday
          • *8:30 AM at Immaculate Conception Church
         

        These Masses will be livestreamed for those who are unable to attend Mass due to health concerns. The obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues to be suspended.

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  • Spiritual Communion / Comunione Spirituale / Comunión Espiritual

    • Prayer for Spiritual Communion

      My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You in my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.

    • Preghiera per la comunione spirituale

      Gesù mio, io credo che sei realmente presente nel Santissimo Sacramento. Ti amo sopra ogni cosa e ti desidero nell' anima mia. Poiché ora non posso riceverti sacramentalmente, vieni almeno spiritualmente nel mio cuore. Come già venuto, io ti abbraccio e tutto mi unisco a te. Non permettere che mi abbia mai a separare da te. Amen. 

    • Oración para la comunión espiritual

      Creo, Jesús mío, que estás realmente presente en el Santísimo Sacramento del altar. Te amo sobre todas las cosas y deseo ardientemente recibirte dentro de mi alma, pero no pudiendo hacerlo sacramentalmente, ven al menos espiritualmente a mi corazón. Quédate conmigo y no permitas que me separe de ti. Amen.

    • We are all together in this crisis, and our family of faith that we call the Parish of Immaculate Conception & Assumption of Our Lady has always been and will continue to be with you through this. We have parishioners on standby to assist anyone who might become quarantined and in need of food, medicine, or other support.

      If you have prayer requests or questions, please message Fr. Sorgie HERE.
      (Clicking the link will open the personal email service on your device.) 

  • Our Parish

    • Our Most Recent Parish Bulletin

    • Our Church Hours

       
      • Church of the Assumption:
        • Weekdays: 7 AM - After the 7:30 AM Mass
        • Saturday: 3:30 PM - After the 4 PM Mass
        • Sunday: 8:30 AM - After the 11:30 AM Mass 
       
      • Church of the Immaculate Conception:
        • Weekdays: 7 AM - After the 12 PM Mass
        • Saturday: 7 AM - After the 8:30 AM Mass; 3:30 PM - After the 5 PM Mass
        • Sunday: 7 AM - After the 5 PM Mass
    • Our Parish Center Office Hours

      Monday - Friday
      8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

    • Holy Mount Cemetery Hours

      * The Cemetery will be periodically closed due to construction of the Columbarium.

      Daily Visitation
      8 AM - 4 PM

    • Confessions

      In Immaculate Conception Church, Confessions will be heard in the Confessional near the handicapped-accessible entrance on Saturdays from 4:00-5:00 PM. Please follow the posted signs to maintain the proper social distancing of 6 feet.

      In Assumption Church, Confessions will be heard in the Confessional on Saturdays from 3:30-3:55 PM.

    • Miraculous Medal Novena and Adoration

      On every Monday and the First Friday of every Month, until further notice, after the noon Mass, the Blessed Sacrament will be exposed with Adoration continuing until Benediction at 3:00 PM.

      On Mondays, preceding Exposition, the Miraculous Medal Novena will be prayed and the Relic of St. Catherine Labouré will be used in a Blessing.

    • Mass Cards

      If you wish to have a Mass said or a Mass card prepared during this COVID-19 crisis, send a note with $20 to Maria either by mail or email secretary@icaparish.org with all the information including to whom you want the card sent.

  • Support Our Parish

    • Consider Supporting Online Through WeShare

      While we have resumed public Masses, we urge all who can to please consider joining the convenient online WeShare automated giving program. Click on this link to set up automatic giving to keep our Parish ready and solvent to reopen with strength and speed when we can. After the page opens, look around WeShare at the collection opportunities and click on the yellow button, "Make a Donation", and follow the directions. God bless you for your continuing sacrifices.

    • Envelopes and Donations

      For those of you who have returned to Mass, you will have the opportunity to give your envelopes and contributions at the offertory.

      You can also place them in the donation boxes located in the Main Aisle of both our churches when they are open.

      Additionally, you can drop them off at the Rectory during our current office hours: Weekdays 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

      You can also place them in the donation box located in the back porch of the rectory (where H.O.P.E. food donations are dropped off) which will always be open.

      Lastly, you can mail your stewardship offerings directly to the Parish:

       
      Immaculate Conception & Assumption of Our Lady Parish
      53 Winter Hill Road
      Tuckahoe, NY 10707

       
      Thank you for your stewardship!
    • New Envelope Company

      Envelope Users may have noticed a difference in this month's packet. We have a new company which will give us better means of address corrections, new parishioner set-ups, and communication with our office computer programs. Fr. Sorgie also thinks they are more handsome. If you wish to join our envelope users, call Cheryl at

      914-961-3643.

      If you look closely, you will notice that our Gym Mortgage has moved below a million dollars. Thank you for your generosity here and in every way that you contribute to the health of our parish!

  • Recent Parish Events

    • View videos of our most recent Parish Events HERE

  • Pope Francis

    • a Prayer from pope Francis


      "Our Lady, Health of the Sick, and St. Joseph, protect our families from COVID-19,
      especially the ill and those who are caring for the sick, the doctors, nurses, who are risking their lives"

    • A Prayer for 2020 - 5/24/20

      On the feast of Our Lady, Help of Christians on May 24, Pope Francis encouraged that we pray a special prayer this year. It is a prayer to ask for the grace to care not only for our most fragile brothers and sisters but also for the home we all share.

      Loving God,
      Creator of Heaven, Earth, and all therein contained.
      Open our minds and touch our hearts,
      so that we can be part of Creation, your gift.
      Be present to those in need in these difficult times,
      especially the poorest and most vulnerable.
      Help us to show creative solidarity
      as we confront the consequences of the global pandemic.
      Make us courageous in embracing the changes
      required to seek the common good.
      Now more than ever, may we all feel Interconnected and interdependent.
      Enable us to succeed in listening and responding
      to the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor.
      May their current sufferings become the
      birth-pangs of a more fraternal and sustainable world.
      We pray through Christ our Lord,
      under the loving gaze of Mary Help of Christians,
      Amen.

    • Click HERE for the Vatican's Website

      Click HERE for Vatican News (English) on YouTube

  • The Archdiocese of New York

    • The Levels of Reopening our Churches - 6/9/20

      The Archdiocese of New York has initiated a program called “Faith Forward”.  This program sets out the process by which we will be reopening our churches for public services. These “Levels” of reopening are:

      • Level I – Churches Open for Private Prayer and Confession

      • Level II – Celebration of Baptisms and Marriages (With Limited Attendance)

      • Level III – Celebration of Daily Masses and Funeral Masses (With Limited Attendance)

      • Level IV – Celebration of Sunday Masses (With Limited Attendance)

      • Level V  Resumption of Full Parish Mass Schedules and Sacramental Activities

      We are presently in Level IV

    • Archdiocesan Links

      View Daily Private Mass from St. Patrick's Cathedral HERE

      View an archive of Masses and other faith content HERE

    • Update from the Archdiocese

      The Archdiocese of New York has announced that churches may now open their seating to 33% Capacity. Our two churches will be properly marked, using white ribbon to section off unavailable seats.

      As a reminder, an individual or couple must sit where a white cross has been placed. Families, who live in the same house, may sit next to each other in any available pew. Please remember that a cloth face covering, which covers both the nose and mouth, must be worn at all times inside church. 

    • Faith Forward - 5/21/20

      The Archdiocese of New York held a Press Conference on Thursday, May 21, 2020 to discuss preparations that are underway for the re-opening of the archdiocese’s 288 parishes upon the approval by health and state officials.

      They have prepared the following documents detailing the roadmap for re-opening the churches of the Archdiocese of New York, including current and forthcoming safety measures, liturgical accommodations, and guidelines for public participation.

      Executive Summary

      Guidelines for Sacramental Celebrations

  • Prayer to the Virgin Mary for Protection

    • O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey
      as a sign of salvation and hope.
      We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick.

      At the foot of the Cross, you participated
      in Jesus’ pain, with steadfast faith.

      You, Our Lady of New York, know what we need.
      We are certain that you will provide,
      so that, as you did at Cana of Galilee,
      joy and feasting might return after this moment of trial.

      Help us, Mother of Divine Love, to conform ourselves
      to the Father’s will and to do what Jesus tells us:

      He who took our sufferings upon Himself,
      and bore our sorrows to bring us,
      through the Cross, to the joy of the Resurrection.

      We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God.
      Do not despise our pleas – we who are put to the test –
      and deliver us from every danger,
      O glorious and blessed Virgin. 
      Amen.

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