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Preparations for Our Lenten Journey

Queen of Angels is working hard to prepare our Parishioners for our Lenten Journey. One of the ways you can take part in the activities is looking at our website, where you will find our DEVOTION SECTION  to use during your visit to the Church for Prayer or Mass.  Parishioners and visitors can use their IPhone or Android devices to connect to our DEVOTION SECTION , by using the QR Codes that's posted in front of the pews.  We've included two items on our DEVOTION SECTION : An icon for Reflections during Lent, and an icon for the Way of the Cross (English & Spanish). You can see for yourself by clicking on our  DEVOTION SECTION , and choose either English or Spanish links.  You can also click on the icons on this page and see for yourself.  Spread the word to family and friends in Sunnyside! Remember...#WeAreQueenOfAngels #BrooklynCatholic
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The passing of Sister Mary dePorres McAllen

With sadness in our hearts, we mourn the passing of Sister Mary dePorres McAllen, Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy. Sr. dePorres passed away on Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 (Feast of the Immaculate Conception). The Mass was celebrated at the Holy Trinity Church, Whitestone, NY. Sr. dePorres was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY. If you wish to offer your condolences, prayers, and/or Mass cards, or donations, please contact or write to: Sisters of Mercy – Mid Atlantic Community 150 Ridge Road Hartsdale, NY 10530 You can pass by Queen of Angels Rectory to request a Mass Card in honor of Sr. Mary dePorres McAllen during Office Hours – Click on the link for Schedule. Our prayers are with Sr. dePorres, her family, and the Sisters of Mercy. May Your Soul, Sr. Mary dePorres McAllen, and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the Mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen Queen of Angels, Pray for Her. All you Angels & Sai

It Was A Dreamer Who Thought It Up... Using QR Coding at the Church

The Dreamers Club Youth Group - part of Queen of Angels Youth Ministry - has always pushed our young people to think inside and outside the box. Our Motto is always to "Be A Dreamer"...  Imagine coming to Church for Mass, or for prayer before the Tabernacle or Sanctuary, and you find no Missalette, a Prayer Book, or a Bible. That's exactly what has happened to many Catholic Church in New York City - it left us with a sense of doubt. In a conversation with Amanda Dos Santos, and Lili Rodriguez, we discussed some of the ways we could promote these materials during Covid. It was Liliana who suggested to using clear projector paper, and print the QR Codes. All we had to do was direct parishioners in using the QR Codes before, during, and after the Mass. Parishioners would have the option of choosing English or Spanish.\You can find the Readings of the Mass, how to follow and respond at Mass and Holy Hour, How to pray the Rosary, and the Miraculous Medal Novena. We plan on ad

How the Dreamers Club Started - Beginning of Queen of Angels Youth Ministry

By Juan Rodriguez I wanted to write down my thoughts of how "The Dreamers Club" started.  I am sharing this with you, because you may know of some leader wanting to start a group in their parish. I share it with you, because ideas for the group belong to the Holy Spirit and the Church. Even if a leader does not use the ideas, the methods of developing a group from scratch can be used in creating a Comprehensive Plan for a youth group, young adult group, or youth ministry. I am going to share it with the DHT Extension, because this group was created using the series "Renew Your Vision". The Dreamers Club is another experiment, showing you that the US Catholic Bishops and the leaders who put together the document "Renewing the Vision", were RIGHT! Members of DHT are excited by these writing, so we wanted to put it in action, helping to interpret the documents at a parish level. This post is just a draft - just my thoughts about how "The Dreamers Club&qu
 JOIN US FOR THE DREAMERS CLUB - Q of A Youth Group Online as we celebrate 9 Years of Service, and the beginning of Q of A Youth Ministry.  Prayers and Reflections will be on the Life of St Joseph the Patriarch, our Patron Saint. Begins at 6:30pm. Check out the Video. Sept 2 - DREAMERS CLUB YG Topic: Faith in times of Suffering (Genesis 37-40) ALEXANDRA BASTIEN - See her invitation! SAVE THE DATES! Wednesday Talks at the Dreamers Club in September 2020 Sept 9 - DREAMERS CLUB YG Topic: Hope beyond Captivity (Genesis 41-45) TONY VASINDA - Missionary at House of Broken Loaves Sept 16 - DREAMERS CLUB YG Topic: Love, as God loves you! (Genesis 46-50) - CYNTHIA PSENCIK Youth Minister of the Archdiocese of NY Sept 23 - CALLED TO BE - 6:30PM Topic: “Imagine Changing the World - Go Do It!” BR EDWARD SHIELDS - Vocation Director for De Lasalle Brothers To enter the Online Group Meeting - Click here to open GOTO MEETING in a browser or download the app.

Resource for the Needy: For those who live in Deanery Q2

Deanery Q2 provides resources for the homeless and needy families of Sunnyside & Woodside, New York. We also give to those in need outside of our Deanery. Here is a listing and details of Parishes, and Organizations: CHURCHES CLICK ON QUEEN OF ANGELS CHURCH : - Invites Parishioners and Neighbors to participate in their Food Drive Collection, every 3 Sunday of the Month, and during the Month of November. - We take up a collection, and sometimes receive supplies for Countries experiencing Natural Disasters - We collect donations for Children, Single Woman, and Families in need. (Pampers, Milk, baby and children clothing, etc) - We collected medical supplies and equipment (Canes, Crutches, Wheel Chairs, etc) - We collect toy for children during the Advent Season. - We bring food and toiletry items for Day Laborers every month. - We collect toiletry, and other items during the Lenten Season. - We take up a collection during Lent called the "Rice Bowl", to help t