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The Church of Saint Dominic

One Journey Through Faith and Education


The Parish of St. Dominic strives to make Jesus Christ known to people of all ages through sacramental preparation and participation, worship, prayer, education, social activities, and care of those in need. If you are not already an active member of our Parish, consider sharing in what we have to offer as listed below:

The Church of St. Dominic Parish Directory is a great way to learn more about the various ministries and how they serve our parishioners as well as others. You can view, download and/or print the directory here.

Altar Servers
Open to boys and girls in grades 4-12 who wish to assist at parish masses, weddings, and funerals.
Kathy Healy Gillen 516-671-8988
Dan McBride (training)

Baptismal Ministry
Prepares parents to baptize their child into the Catholic faith. Parents of first-born children are required to attend the Preparation Program the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm in the Silveri Center in the Chapel. Baptisms are the 2nd & 4th Sunday at 1:30 pm in the Chapel. Please call the Parish Office to register.
Toni & Bill Fleig 516-922-4488

Book Club
Join fellow parishioners for lively book discussion and refreshments. Group meets once a month in the evening.
Paula Bracken 516- 313-1310

Boy Scouts of America
Open to boys in grades 1-12 for service to the community and growth in leadership. To join, go to
John Zseller

Catholic Daughters of America
For all to participate in works of charity and fellowship; meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm in the Silveri Center in the Chapel.
Pauline Thibault, Regent 516- 922-5316

Choir and Cantoring
Open to adults who desire to praise God in song at Mass.
Tim Carl 516-761-6423

Club 4:12 (Church Youth Organization)
Teens in grades 7-12. Teen Mass every Sunday at 5:00 pm in the Church with monthly scheduled fellowship and community service events.
John Skvarla 516-729-2848

Open to girls and boys for CYO competition in basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball, swimming and track & field.
Jack Lambertson 516-650-7454

Eucharistic Ministers
Parishioners commissioned to assist with distributing communion at masses, the homebound and hospitals.
Elisa Artusa 516- 922-4488 ext. 3702

Family Mass Choir
Open to children who want to sing at the 10:00 am Family Mass on Sundays.
Tim Carl 516-761-6423

Finance Committee
Group appointed by the pastor which advises him on financial matters affecting the parish.
Frank Ingrassia 516-922-4488

Girl Scouts of Nassau County
Open to girls in grades K-12 for service to the community and growth in leadership.
Lynn McDonnell 516-922-7650

Knights of Columbus
Men’s organization, 18 years or older to join, driven by Charity. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday in the Silveri Center.
Frank Schifano 516-903-3441

Open to parishioners for reading the Word of God at parish masses and liturgies.
Bob Viscovich 516-922-5127 OR 516-459-5854

Legion of Mary
For those with a special devotion to Our Lady and willing to share their faith with the hospitalized. Meet Monday nights in the Silveri Center.
Jennifer Loughlin 516-922-3716

Ministry of Consolation
To provide support and assistance to family members of the deceased who are preparing for a funeral mass or service.
Lenore DiBlasi (planner) 516-922-3251
Paula Bracken (planner) 516-922-3953
Catherine Ruvolo (bakers) 914-733-2216

Parish Life Committee
The Parish Life Committee organizes and/or sponsors both spiritual and social activities to fulfill the mission of the RomanCatholic Church of Saint Dominic. Membership includes the heads of various ministries of the Parish.
Frances Mortati 516-922-1029

Parish Social Ministry/Outreach
Address client needs, through assessment, that range from food, clothing, shelter, holiday drives, advocacy and other necessities. PSM also provides bereavement support groups in the spring and fall to those who are grieving.
Joan Adomsky, Head Volunteer 516-922-4488 ext.1294

Pastoral Council
An advisory committee appointed by the pastor to assist in determining the needs and objectives of our parish community.
John McDonnell

Pre-Cana Marriage Preparation
For engaged couples in preparation for the Sacrament of Marriage. Mandatory for all couples before marriage.
Parish Office 516.922.4488 ext. 1101

Strives to educate all on the dignity of all life from the moment of fertilization to the time of natural death.
Donna Viscovich 516-922-5127
Bob Viscovich 516-459-5875

RCIA - Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
For adults wanting to convert to Catholicism, or Catholics in need of the sacraments of First Communion and/or Confirmation.
Carolyn Mangiarotti 516-922-4488 ext. 3701 (Under 18 years of age)
Richard Petrone 917-576-8702 (Over 18 years of age)

Religious Education
Public and Private school children in grades 1-8 are instructed on Sacred Scripture, Tradition, Liturgy, Church Teachings and the life of the Church.
Carolyn Mangiarotti, Director, Grades 1-8 516-922-4488 ext. 3701
For those adults and teens who work to organize the sacristies and services in the church and chapel.
Parish Office 516-922-4488

Spanish Ministry
Serves the spiritual and temporal needs of our growing Hispanic family.
Parish Office 516-922-4488 ext. 1101

Open to men and women for taking up the Sunday collection, greeting parishioners and distributing bulletin.
Parish Office 516-922-4488 ext. 1101
Wisdom Group
Discusses life's everyday experiences with prayer and reflection for Senior Citizens. Mondays at 10 am in the Silveri Center.
Sr. Pat Gimblet 516-922-4488 ext. 1277
Women's Bible Inspiration
Explores the Bible to find answers that apply to everyday life; trying to gain wisdom, guidance, answers, understanding and love through God's Holy Word.
Dominque Venturino 516-523-1088