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Latest Bulletin

The Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181118B.pdf

The Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181111B.pdf

The Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181104B.pdf

The Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181028B.pdf

The Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181021B.pdf

The Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181014B.pdf

The Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20181007B.pdf

The Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180930B.pdf

The Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180923B.pdf

The Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180916B.pdf

The Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180909B.pdf

The Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180902B.pdf

The Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180826B.pdf

The Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180819B.pdf

The Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180812B.pdf

The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180805B.pdf

The Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180729B.pdf

The Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180722B.pdf

The Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180715B.pdf

The Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://container.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180708B.pdf

The Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
http://www.parishesonline.com.s3.amazonaws.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180701B.pdf

The Nativity of Saint John The Baptist
http://www.parishesonline.com.s3.amazonaws.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180624B.pdf

The Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
http://www.parishesonline.com.s3.amazonaws.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180617B.pdf

The Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
https://content.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180610B.pdf

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
https://content.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180603B.pdf

The Most Holy Trinity
https://content.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180527B.pdf

Pentecost Sunday
https://content.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180520B.pdf

7th Sunday of Easter
https://content.parishesonline.com/bulletins/03/1087/20180513B.pdf

Give to the Parish

Thank you for considering making a gift to Holy Name parish.  There are a variety of options you can use to make a gift to the parish.

Cash Gifts
Cash gifts may be made with a check. The check should be directed to our Parish Office to ensure proper crediting.

Matching Gifts
Many companies will match the charitable donations that are made by their employees.  If your company has such a program, you only need to obtain the matching gift form from your employer and send it with your donation to Holy Name.

Using a Credit Card
You are also able to make donations through the WeShare website if you prefer to make a gift using your credit card.  Please follow the link below to choose this method of making a gift to Holy Name:

Visit the WeShare website.

https://www.parishpay.com/nonprofit/login.html?pc=95p8dh86/

Church Lighting

The following 2008 Capital Projects have been completed:
We commissioned Rambusch Decorating Company to breathe new light into our church interiors. The follow excerpt from their Rambusch in Manhattan literature profiles their work in our church:

    Holy Name of Jesus Church, located in the old Bloomingdale Village on the Upper West Side, was built in 1898 and designed by the architect, Thomas Henry Poole. The church’s high Gothic architectural presence on the northwest corner of 96th Street and Amsterdam Avenue adds richness and interest to the neighborhood.

    Upon entering the 1,000 seat interior, the eye is drawn upwards to the sixty-foot high English Gothic timbered ceiling with hammer beams that support the wooden arches as they spring across the nave. Above are wood trusses, beams, pierced decorative elements, rafters, purlins and wooden paneling, not all of which could be seen until the recent upgraded program by Rambusch revealed these rich details with only eighteen PAL-118 lighting fixtures.

    The innovative lighting in the interior of the space highlighted many other treasures, such as the fifty-one painted angels looking down from the panels in the blind triforum and a crucifixion mural over the old main altar in the sanctuary, now all clearly visible following the new lighting installed by Rambusch in 2008. The white Carrara marble altars, reredos, statues, railings and pulpit all radiate with accent light.

    Of special note is the fact that it does not detract from the thirty-seven Munich-style stained glass windows. This vibrant and well-attended church is now served by the Franciscan Fathers who are very enthusiastic about their newly welcoming, well-lighted worship environment.