G O O D  T I M E S  at  OLMM

A Mash-Up of Images from the Past and NOW, 2018

SELECT EVENT VIDEOS

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Our humble church is unique, diverse, spirited and rapidly growing--especially in terms of the population of Hispanic peoples from Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean. Though humble, we are also proud of our colorful history. Please take some time to enjoy the many great photos on display here. When you click on each gallery photo, you'll see a close up. More new videos will be added to this section too, in the weeks and months just ahead. 
 

​If you have some OLMM-related photos (new or old!) that you'd like to share, or video clips, please contact the Parish Office to let us know. Thank you! 

 

SO MANY OLMM PARISHIONERS WERE BORN AND RAISED, OR ARE THE CHILDREN OF PEOPLE BORN AND RAISED IN:  EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA, PANAMA, NICARAGUA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND HAITI....WE ARE BLESSED WITH RICH DIVERSITY! 

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Thanksgiving Meals for Poor Video

 

"Come on people now, smile on your brother....."  those timeless lyrics came from Jesse Colin Young and the Youngbloods, back in the 1960's. CLICK IMAGE to view video of a fun, and compassionate tradition at OLMM. The youtube clip is from 2014, but--no matter:  the scene is basically the same year after year! Well over 400 Thanksgiving meal packages were put together by....everyone pitching in! 

Historic Seder At Miraculous Medal

On April 16, 2014 the Parish Hall came to life in a big way at dinnertime. The annual Seder that had been a unique hallmark of our church for several decades--but had "closed down" after the 2010 Seder--was making a dramatic new comeback, and this time we were being joined by our friends at Temple Beth-Torah in Melville....and their rabbi presided. 

Father Bill Interviewed
in Newsday

Father Bill as pictured in Newsday interview, February 22, 2016 ....discussing new shelter for the homeless during the winter at the OLMM Parish Hall. Click photo to access article intro--reading entire article requires registration @newsday.com

Fr. Brisotti Earns Peace Award From St. Joseph's College 

Click image, left, to access page with full press release. Excerpt:   "Father Bill Brisotti attended Mount St. Mary’s University in Maryland and the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, New York. Fr. Bill was ordained a Roman Catholic Priest in 1968 after spending three summers helping poor and destitute individuals in Peru and Chile at Maryknoll Society Missions. A member of Pax Christi, Fr. Bill has worked his entire life to promote the cause of universal pacifism and has consistently exhibited compassion and courage by putting himself in harm’s way to help others. Fr. Bill has been a member of the Atlantic Life Community for nearly 40 years. He is also a member of Voice of the Faithful and an advisory board member of Voice of the Ordained for the dioceses of New York, Brooklyn and Rockville Centre. As president of the Rockville Centre chapter, Fr. Bill has called on all of the ordained to always act in accordance with Jesus’ vision of a Servant Church."

To Believe To Belong To Be Compassionate