Proclaiming the Good News of Christ's Love

Saint Anastasia Roman Catholic Church, Est. 1915
45-14 245th Street. Douglaston, NY 11362

Sunday Mass

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 Noon, and 5:00 PM

Parish Mission Statement

To Proclaim the good news of Christ’s love through our active involvement, as a Parish community, in works of Charity, Faith, Worship and Justice.

All are welcome!

Hospitality Sunday

Hospitality Sunday will be celebrated each month on the second Sunday of the month after each mass and all parishioners are invited! You may step downstairs to Fr. Smith Hall after the 8:00 mass, the 10:00 Mass or the 12:00 Mass on the 2nd Sunday to enjoy a cup of...

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Bible Study with Monsignor Ryan

Bible Study with Monsignor Ryan

The Book of Revelation is one of the most disputed and discussed books of the Bible. It is the last book in the New Testament. Since it is written in a different literary form than the other books, it is unique. It contains colorful, provocative and jarring images...

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Welcome Father Gregory McIIhenney!

We are pleased to announce that, this June, we will be receiving a new Parochial Vicar, Father Gregory McIihenney. He was ordained in June of 2014 at the age of 35. His first assignment as a newly ordained was St. Patrick Church in Brooklyn. Father was born in Port...

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Model Seder at Divine Wisdom Academy

Every Holy Thursday, we are reminded that Jesus celebrated the Passover meal with his Apostles. This year, it took on new meaning for the students of Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy. Rabbi Gordon Yaffe of L’Dor V’Dor in neighboring Little Neck came to the school on...

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Congratulations to Our New Deacon

On Sunday, April 7th, 2019, Joseph Chu made the profession of faith and took the oath of fidelity at the 10 AM mass. This is the last step before Mr. Chu will be ordained as a Permanent Deacon on May 25th, 2019. The Parish rejoices with Joe, Mindy and their family and...

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RSS Latest Flocknote

  • With this abuse crisis, why should we stay in the Church? November 13, 2019
    With this abuse crisis, why should we stay in the Church? As we continue our parish book discussion of Letter to a Suffering Church by Bishop Robert Barron, we focus on a burning question lots of Catholics are asking: Why should...

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Becoming Catholic

Are you looking to complete initiation by receiving First Holy Communion and Confirmation?

No matter what your reason might be for thinking about becoming Catholic or completing your initiation, our hope and prayer is that when God calls, you will respond.

Give us a call at (718) 225-5191. We are waiting to speak with you.

Knights of Columbus

Visit St. Anastasia Council #5911 website to learn more

Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy

Sparking Minds, Enriching Souls, Inspiring Futures

Visit the School’s website

Celebrate Summer

Visit the St. Anastasia Celebrate Summer website to learn more about this summer’s program