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Catholic Churches in the Great River area
mscally Posted: Mar 11, 2005 06:57 PM+
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Catholic Churches in the Great River area

Just found out my parents bought a new house. I'm thinking it makes no sense anymore to have all my guests commute from my old parish so I want to find a church close to the reception. Any suggestions?
stevejamnik Posted: Mar 11, 2005 07:04 PM+
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Re: Catholic Churches in the Great River area

There is St. Mary's in East Islip right on
main st.
mscally Posted: Mar 11, 2005 07:11 PM+
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Re: Catholic Churches in the Great River area


Posted by stevejamnik

There is St. Mary's in East Islip right on
main st.



thats what I was thinking - then we could have our rehearsal dinner at the Irish Coffee pub! Any other suggestions....this move was really not part of our plans!
Backinneyork Posted: Mar 11, 2005 07:14 PM+
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Re: Catholic Churches in the Great River area

I am having my ceremony St. John's in Bohemia. There is also St. Patrick's in Bayshore but they only take non-parishioners 6 months before the wedding date. I was scared to wait that long, so I booked St. John's. The priest was really nice.
Gonnacatchapeacock Posted: Mar 19, 2005 12:30 AM+
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Re: Catholic Churches in the Great River area


Posted by mscally

Just found out my parents bought a new house. I'm thinking it makes no sense anymore to have all my guests commute from my old parish so I want to find a church close to the reception. Any suggestions?




Where did they buy?
mscally Posted: Mar 19, 2005 08:25 AM+
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Re: Catholic Churches in the Great River area

They bought in Old Bethpage which is also another consideration - to have it there. They haven't went through with the final closing yet so this is all so confusing for us as far as planning. I guess thats another question...what churches are in the Old Bethpage area?
LuvMyMichael Posted: Mar 19, 2005 09:54 AM+
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Re: Catholic Churches in the Great River area


Posted by stevejamnik

There is St. Mary's in East Islip right on
main st.




St. Mary's is a pretty church.
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