United by Christmas

United by Christmas,

United by Christ

Christ was born for all of us,
uniting us as brothers and sisters,
for we are all one in Christ Jesus.

Join us on an Advent Journey

Welcome to your Advent Calendar

Prepare your heart for the Advent Season

Journey with us during these four weeks of Advent and let the light of Christ shine through our love and good actions to our families and neighborhoods.

Prayers &  Reflections 

Focus on the true meaning of Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ.

Prayer gives us an opportunity to be thankful for God’s blessings and the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made for all mankind.

About our Christmas Ministry

Each year we work to help you make Advent a special time for yourself and your family. This year we are focusing on the universality of God’s gift of Jesus to all mankind. This incredible thought, regardless of our race, gender, ethnicity, age, or of our current relationship with God, we have all been given the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ.

We hope you take advantage of our Advent calendar, reflections, and prayer guides this year to consider how we are all United By Christmas and Untied by Christ.

“Then Peter proceeded to speak and said, ‘In truth, I see that God shows no partiality.’ ” (Acts 10:34)




Reconciliation Monday

Reconciliation Monday

DECEMBER 18, 2023

Visit any Catholic church in the Diocese of Brooklyn and the Archdiocese of New York. Priests will be available from 2 pm – 4 pm and 6 pm – 9 pm for confessions.

*Time and availability may vary by parish. You can visit your parish website or contact your parish office for more detauls.

St. Andrew Christmas Novena

A prayer to increase our awareness of the real focus of Christmas

This Novena, unlike others, lasts 25 days, beginning with the Feast of St. Andrew, November 30 up until Christmas Day.  Traditionally, it is prayed 15 times a day.