Fr. Joe Genito, O.S.A

The Funeral Mass of Fr. Michael Scuderi, O.S.A.           

Could the readings tonight be any more appropriate in relation to Michael’s life?  The author of Lamentations seems gloomy, life being such drudgery and pain, but then he says that it is for this very reason that we have hope.  God’s mercies are not spent; there’s more to come, and that will be the reward beyond what we experience here and now.  As tough as it was for him, Michael always chose to hope, to be optimistic.

Keating – In my Father’s house there are many dwelling places

The Funeral of Rose Marotta

On behalf of the parish community of St. Monica, I would like to (once again) extend our sincerest condolences and sympathy to the members of Rose’s family. I would like to assure you of our continued remembrance of Rose in our thoughts, prayers and Masses in the days, weeks, months, and even the years ahead.

Caponi – The Dead will hear the voice of the Son of God

The Funeral of Ellen Capone

Over these last weeks, several things have become clear.

First, we have a great family. From the time when Aunt Ellen was diagnosed to the moment of her last breath, she was surrounded and comforted by her family. She never lacked company, she never went a day without laughter, she never faced a new stage in her sickness alone