Welcome to the Beach!


Thank you for visiting our parish website.
We welcome you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We hope this site gives you a glimpse at who we are
and what we do here on our beautiful barrier island.
721 W. Broadway
Long Beach, N.Y. 11561
Our Parish Office Hours
Monday through Friday - 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday - 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday - 10 am to 12 pm
16th Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 23, 2017

Today!  Our annual special summer collection 

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Current Events

Tuesday, July 25 at 7:00 p. m.

i “Sandcastles Of Our Lives”

Evening for Grandparents

(see below)

Thursday, Aug. 17 at 7:00 p. m.

Movie Night-"Silence" in Cass Center

2017-2018 Religious Education Mail Registration 

has begun-See Below


Recent Parish Event Photos

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        We thank our Dominican Sisters for the beautiful photo! 


Prayer Night for Grandparents     

“Sandcastles Of Our Lives”

Tuesday, July 25, 7 p.m. at the Cass Center

Guest facilitator, Kathy Ryan 

In honor of the feast of St. Joachim and Anne, Jesus’ grandparents, there will be an evening of prayer and discussion for grandparents.

If you can attend, please contact Sr. Diane at dcmorgan@optonline.net  or 432-0045 ex 12 so we can prepare . However, registration is not required so if at the last minute, you can make it just come.


Our Summer Film Showings and Discussions

Movie  -  “Silence”

Aug. 17 – Thursday – 7:00 PM


             Based on the classic novel by Shusaku Endo, this epic drama tells the story of two devout and reverent young Jesuit priests, Father Rodrigues (Andrew Garfield) and Father Garrpe (Adam Driver), who, in the early 17th century, risk violence and persecution as they journey to Japan in search of their mentor. Father Ferreira (Liam Neeson) travelled to Japan many years before and has now gone missing. Upon arrival in Japan, the two young priests discover a country in which Catholicism has been banned and where the new government is systematically eradicating any followers of the Christian faith; circumstances which test their beliefs to the limit as they search for the mysterious Father Ferreira.

“Silence is the story of a man who learns – so painfully – that God’s love is more mysterious than he knows, that He leaves much more to the ways of men than we realize, and that He is always present… even in His silence.”   -  Director Martin Scorsese

Freewill offering:  Will be taken for the children of Sol Naciente, El Salvador who attend the St. Catherine of Siena After-School Program coordinated by Sr. Flor de Maria Buruca, OP (Dominican Sister of Amityville).


                                                L.B.C.R.S. Summer Camp 2017 

Join Us This Summer As We Learn and Play

                                                         Enrollment is Still Open                                                                           For More Information Email    tucci5601@lbcrs.org


Rosary Altar Society 

      The Rosary Altar Society Mission

With devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, we are committed to praying the Rosary for world peace and the spiritual benefit of all. 

As Rosarians, we have a special privilege of ministering to the care of the Altar, preparing linens and assisting with decorations for holidays and special events.  We also conduct fundraisers and participate in other activities as needed for the benefit of the Church.

The Rosary Altar Society offers a deeper connection to the church for all and provides a forum to meet, discuss and participate in current events at our Church. 

    New members are always welcome. If interested in joining, or to obtain additional information,please contact: Bernadette at 516-897-1904 or Betty at 516-608-8255.

                          Click for Rosary page and events 




Registration for Religious Education Classes for the 2017-18 school year are currently being accepted by mail to the Religious Education Office located at 722 West Penn Street, Long Beach, NY  11561.  Re-registration forms were mailed home to children that attended classes prior to the coming year.  

New to the Program students must obtain and complete the following registration form  click->>REGISTRATION

New student registrations must include a copy of the child's baptismal certificate and tuition and sacramental fees which can be found at the bottom of the form.  

All families must be registered into the parish before registering a child into the Religious Education Program.  For information, please call the Parish Office at 516-432-0045.

 You may enter the St. Ignatius Martyr Religious Education website at stignatiusmartyrreled.weebly.com


St. Vincent de Paul Society

The St. Vincent de Paul Society services the three parishes on our barrier island.  Friendly visitors are available to make a social call to our homebound neighbors. There will be a donation envelope distribution this Sunday.  Please click for further details on this important parish organization.

 St Vincent click


"Dig Into The Word”

Would you be interested in preparing for the Sunday Readings?  If so come join us, we will be working with a monthly newsletter “Exploring the Sunday Readings”.  No cost to you!  There are meditations and thought provoking questions to explore.  Please bring your bible, if not we can provide one.  We will be meeting  in Msgr. Cass Center on Thursdays,  @ 3PM. Any questions call  Rosemary  @   431-7177                               


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