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WELCOMING YOU HOME

Our parish opens its doors to welcome and embrace all in our community. We strive through worship, hospitality and service to receive those seeking a spiritual home. In the midst of diversity of thought, life style, nationality, economic status and age, we endeavor to live as a community of faith and invite you to join our family - a family seeking to know and love Jesus Christ.

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Welcome to Ordinary Time in winter. 

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MASS SCHEDULE

WEEKDAY MASS

Monday to Saturday

 • 12:00pm


SUNDAY MASSES
Saturday 

  • 5:30pm (Vigil Mass)

 

Sunday  

 •   8:00am

 • 10:00am Cantor and Organ                               • 12:00pm Traditional Mass w/ Adult Choir       •  5:00pm Contemporary Mass w/ Music Ensemble

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Monsignor Thomas Modugno
11/7/1938 - 1/11/ 2022

For those who did not get to meet  Monsignor Thomas Modugno

Msgr. Modugno was born in Manhattan, he was ordained in 1966 after receiving a master's in Divinity from St. Joseph Seminary, Yonkers. He held a bachelor's degree in economics from Fordham University, and a master's in counseling from St. John's University. His first assignment was as a parochial vicar at St. Joseph, Croton Falls, in 1966. After that he went to Staten Island, serving first at Assumption parish from 1966-1969,and then Blessed Sacrament from 1970-1977.

     

From 1977-1980 he worked on the staff of St. Patrick's Cathedral, and from there he went on to work for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, a worldwide Church organization that raises funds to support mission work, from 1980-1992.

 

In 1992 Msgr. Modugno returned to full-time parish work when he became the pastor of St.

Monica's, before it was merged with St. Elizabeth of Hungary and Stephen of Hungary, he served here for 21 years until he retired in 2013. He was named regional vicar for East Manhattan in 2007.

After his retirement, Msgr. Modugno lived at Epiphany parish in Manhattan, but could often be found here in Yorkville, walking the streets, and visiting friends.

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ABOUT OUR CHURCH

The combined parishes of St Monica, St Stephen of Hungary and St Elizabeth of Hungary are proud to have St Stephen of Hungary School as part of our parish community. Saint Stephen of Hungary School is a Pre-K through 8th grade award-winning Catholic school with a rich heritage of academic excellence. 

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ALL ARE WELCOME
Join us for Mass in-person or online.

We work diligently to provide a prayerful worship experience. Consider joining us at Mass! Our Mass schedule can be found by clicking below or join us online!

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OUR MINISTRIES

IN UNITY, DIVERSITY.....                                                Be a part of ours!

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LIVES OF THE SAINTS

Learn more about the Saints whose portraits adorn our church

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SUPPORT OUR PARISH

If you would like to help support the worship and ministries of this parish, please click this link to WESHARE: LPI  our online giving provider.

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OUR SCHOOL

If you would like to to learn more about our Parish School, the Upper East Side's gem, please click below.

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HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH

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