November 22, 2015 WHAT`S IN YOUR HEART?

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November 22, 2015 WHAT`S IN YOUR HEART?
November 22, 2015
Our Lord Jesus Christ,
King of the Universe
Prayer for Victims of
Terrorism
Loving God,
Welcome into your arms the
victims of violence and terrorism.
Comfort their families and all
who grieve for them.
Help us in our fear and
uncertainty,
And bless us with the
knowledge that we are secure
in your love.
Strengthen all those who
work for peace,
And may the peace the world
cannot give reign in our hearts.
Amen.
Pastor:
Reverend G. Scott Shaffer
Parochial Vicars:
Reverend Carlos Aguirre
Reverend Jerome Guld
Deacon Romeo D. Aquino
Deacon Francis J. Babuschak
Deacon Robert M. Barnes
Deacon Thomas A. Genovese
Deacon Gerard Luongo
Deacon Frank J. McKenna
Deacon Patrick J. Stesner, Sr.
Deacon Michael A. Taylor
Parish Office
Hours: 9:00am - 4:30pm M-F
685 Hooper Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08753
Tel: 732-349-0018 ext. 2204
Fax: 732-286-7064
Email: [email protected]
www.stjosephtomsriver.org
Reconciliation/Confessions:
Saturday: 4:00-4:45pm
& 6:00-6:30pm
Mass Schedule
Weekdays: 7:00am & 9:00am
Saturday: 8:00am
Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am,
12:00noon, 5:00pm
6:30pm (Mass in Spanish) Misa en Espanol
Devotions:
Miraculous Medal & St. Jude Novenas:
Tuesday 9:00am
Holy Hour 3:00pm Sunday in the Adoration Chapel:
Intentions: 1st Sunday for Families;
2nd Sunday for Life; 3rd Sunday for Our Nation/
Country; 4th Sunday Priests/Vocations
Prayer in the Presence: 2nd Tuesday 7:30pm
Holy Days: Mass times to be announced
St. Gertrude, Island Heights (Summer Months)
Saturday 5:30pm, Sunday 9:00am
Parish Schools:
St. Joseph Grade School (SJGS)
Michele Williams, Principal, 732-349-2355
Donovan Catholic
Dr. Edward Gere, Principal, 732-349-8801
WHAT’S IN YOUR HEART?
If you want to know one of the places where we get the traditional image of God the
Father—aged and with flowing white hair, such as we see in Michelangelo’s Sistine
Chapel frescos—look no further than the “Ancient One” holding heavenly court in
the reading from the Book of Revelation. While ultimately God is beyond all names
and depictions, Christian tradition favors the image of a father for the first person of
the Trinity. There are, though, many images for God, even in scripture. What are
names and titles you like to use for God? Why do you choose them?
WHERE WE LIVE, SERVE,
& WALK TOGETHER IN FAITH.
ST. JOSEPH’S
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FROM THE PASTOR
My Dear Parish Family,
Today we find ourselves at the end of another liturgical year.
Ordinary Time culminates in this Solemnity Our Lord Jesus
Christ, King of the Universe or, as we more commonly refer
to it, The Feast of Christ the King. No matter how we call it,
today is the day that the Church universal honors Jesus as our
Lord, our King, Savior and yes, Judge of all. I share with you
some thoughts and facts about what the Bible tells us of
Judgment Day.
The Hebrew prophets warned of the “day of the Lord, the
great and terrible day” (Joel 3:4). Jesus didn’t deny the
reality of a final reckoning. Saint Paul certainly anticipated
that Jesus would come again and put an end to the world’s
nonsense and infamy, and the last book in the Christian
Bible, Revelation or the Apocalypse, is a long meditation on
how good and evil will be ultimately discerned and treated
accordingly. The first thing for us to remember though is
that, no one can anticipate future events, Jesus said, because
even he was not given the knowledge of the day or the hour
of judgment (see Matthew 24:36).
Second: The primary purpose of the Day of the Lord seems
to be judgment, not destruction: God will one day hold
humanity accountable for its actions. Destruction is only part
of divine judgment to the extent that our actions warrant it or
draw it down. Finally: Those who are doing what they should
be doing now, have nothing to fear later. Matthew provides a
checklist for that day: feed the hungry, give the thirsty water,
welcome the stranger, clothe the naked, care for the sick, visit the imprisoned (see Matthew 25:31-46)—actions counted
among those otherwise known as the spiritual and corporal
works of mercy.
This Thursday, as we gather to give thanks at our special
Thanksgiving Day 9am Mass, let us look at what we do each
and every day to follow the dictates of the Gospel to show
God’s mercy to our fellow brothers and sisters. God bless
you all.
Fr. Scott
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. Monday, November 23
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. 7:00 Fideligno & Isabel Gomez req. by Family
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. 9:00 John Shaffer req. by Sr. Jean Spena
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. Tuesday, November 24
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. 7:00 Kristen Shafer Englert req. by Kathy
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& Paul Shafer
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. 9:00 Philip Markey req. by Family
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. Wednesday, November 25
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. 7:00 Duilio & Edith Torino req. by Family
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. 9:00 Lorenzo & Leonardo Migale req. by
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Caterina Migale, Wife & Mother
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. Thursday, November 26 (Thanksgiving Day)
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. 9:00 The Campbell, Ward & Murphy Families req.
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By Bill & Joan Murphy
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. Friday, November 27
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. 7:00 Antonio & Maria Barone req. by Family
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. 9:00 Thomas Innamorato req. by Family
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. Saturday, November 28
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. 8:00 Armond Rispoli req. by Toni & Teri
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. 5:00 Felix & Frances McCabe req. by their
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Daughters
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. Sunday, November 29
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. 7:30 Henry Neratka req. by Family
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. 9:00 John, Helen & Dennis Giba req. by Family
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. 10:30 Clarke & McKenna Families req. by Frank &
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Joanne
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. 12:00 Rose & Richard, Sr. & Jr. requested by their
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Son Robert Jacques
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. 5:00 Paul Lenzo req. by the Barnes Family
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. 6:30 Parishioners
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. PRIEST/CELEBRANT SCHEDULE
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Dec 5/6
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. Fr. Scott
5:00 PM
Fr. Carlos
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7:30 AM
Fr. Scott
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9:00 AM
Fr. Scott
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Fr. Jerome
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. Fr. Scott
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Noon
Fr. Scott
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5:00
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Fr. Jerome
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. Fr. Carlos
6:30 PM
Fr. Carlos
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MARRIAGES
Couples planning to marry in the Church, congratulations! Don’t put off
making your arrangements. Call the parish office as soon as possible:
732-349-0018 ext. 2202. And, if you are thinking of having a
“destination wedding,” please call us first to discuss some helpful options.
BANNS OF MARRIAGE
III Banns: Thomas Genchi & Christy Palumbo
BAPTISMS
The Sacrament of Baptism is regularly celebrated on the 1st, 2nd and 4th
Sundays of each month at 1:30 PM. For more information or to schedule a
Baptism and Baptism Prep Class, please call 732-349-0018 x2202.
BAPTISM PREPARATION CLASS for Parents is held on the First Tuesday
of each month at 7:00 PM in the Church.
Join Father Scott and
Elegant Vacations for an
Unforgettable Experience
of Beautiful Ireland and
Scotland
Tour Ireland and Scotland next
Summer with Father Scott and
The Ballyhaunis Band—Great
sights by day and Great sounds
at night! July 28-August 6,
2016. Tour includes great
hotels, visits to Galway,
Cliffs of Moher, Mass at
Shrine of Knock, Belfast,
Ferry to Scotland, optional
golf opportunities (includes
St. Andrews New Course), and
live musical performances.
Stop by the parish office to
pick up a flyer for more info,
or call Fr. Scott.
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ST. JOSEPH’S
IN MEMORIAM
Please remember in your prayers those who have died:
Anna Marie Ricciardi
Vincent Rinaldi
Ruth Robinson
And for all the deceased members of our parish, the
souls in purgatory and those who died in service of
our country. May God grant them eternal rest. Amen.
MEMORIAL OPPORTUNITIES
Flowers and/or Sanctuary Candles
The Blessed Mother Votive Candle will burn
the week of November 23-29, 2015 in memory of
Kristen Shafer Englert requested by the
Schweers Family.
The St. Joseph Votive Candle will burn the
week of November 23-29, 2015 in memory of
David Vignevic requested by his Family.
The Tabernacle Lamp will burn the week of
November 23-29, 2015 in memory of Fitzmaurice
& Samila Families requested by Family.
If you would like the Tabernacle Lamp or votive
candle of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Joseph
statues to burn in honor/memory of a loved one
for one week, please contact the parish office at
ext. 2202 to reserve. Intentions will be listed in
the bulletin.
If you would like flowers placed in front of the
altar in honor/memory of a loved one for one
week, please contact the parish office at ext. 2202.
Feeling gratitude and not expressing
it is like wrapping a present and not
giving it.
– William Arthur Ward
READINGS FOR MASSES THIS WEEK
SUNDAY Dn 7:13-14; Rv 1:5-8; Jn 18:33b-37 MONDAY Dn 1:1-6, 8-20; Lk 21:1-4 TUESDAY Dn 2:31-45;
Lk 21:5-11 WEDNESDAY Dn 5:1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28; Lk 21:12-19 THURSDAY Dn 6:12-28; Lk 21:20-28
FRIDAY Dn 7:2-14; Lk 21:29-33 SATURDAY Dn 7:15-27; Lk 21:34-36
ST. JOSEPH’S
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PARISH
NEWS
The Flame of Love Prayer
Group
God wants to take us deeper into
His life. Let us respond to His
Totus Tuus Womens Faith invitation as we prepare ourselves
Sharing Group
to follow Jesus. When we live in
Come join Totus Tuus Women's Faith Christ, we experience the joy of
Sharing Group on Thursday,
knowing God. On Monday nights at
December 3 at 7pm at 16 Lafayette
7:30 pm downstairs in Room G in
Ave. for a prayer, discussion, and
the church, we come together to
fellowship. This month's topic will be address ourselves to the Lord to ask
“Wrapping Up the Year of the
His help and to give him praise and
Family - What is Our Mission As We thanks.
Move into the Future?” Our guest
speaker will be Father Jerome!
Come and be filled by the Holy
Spirit as we come to know God's
All Women Welcome!
love in a deep and intimate way.
Contact Carrie Colonno at
You will feel refreshed and
[email protected] for more
rewarded. For more info, contact
information
Doris & Richard 732-349-6860.
St. Catherine of Siena
Chapter: The Dominican
Laity
We gather at 16 Lafayette St on the
Second Tuesday of the month,
December 8, from 6:30pm to 8pm.
All are welcome to inquire about how
we are striving to grow deeper in our
Faith. Come by and learn about the
Dominican's in your parish. All are
invited to call Mrs. Kellyanne
Murphy O.P. @ 732-914-0041 with
any questions
Light of Life Prayer Group
Light of Life Prayer Group Christmas
Party – ALL ARE WELCOME! Wednesday evening December 9
from 7:30pm to 9:00pm in Church
Basement Room G. What better way
to prepare for Christmas then to
journey through the story of the
nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ in
scriptures with the related carols of
the season? Come and rejoice in the
miracle. Take a break from the
hectic pace of the times and enter
into the peace that only our Lord can
give. Refreshments and fellowship to
follow. See you there… Deacon
Gerry.
St. Joseph’s Church
Giving Trees
The Giving Trees will be up in our
gathering space beginning next
Saturday, November 28 and Sunday,
November 29. Please consider
buying a gift or two for those
families who are less fortunate.
Thank you for your generosity.
“SHARING OUR
CATHOLIC FAITH”
On Wednesday, December 2nd
at 7pm, we invite you to join
us at the Church for less than
1 hour for an information
session on “Forming Small
Faith Sharing Communities”
here at St. Joseph’s.
Please join us and bring a
friend with you.
ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH
CHRISTMAS CAROL
CONCERT
Friday, December 18
at 7:00pm
Bring your family and friends
and enjoy this evening filled
with festive Christmas
carols.
P A G E F IV E ST. JOSEPH’S
DONOVAN CATHOLIC
NEWS
DEAR LORD,
THANK YOU
“FOR EACH NEW MORNING
WITH ITS LIGHT,
FOR REST AND SHELTER OF THE NIGHT,
FOR HEALTH, AND FOOD,
FOR LOVE AND FRIENDS.
FOR EVERYHTING THY GOODNESS SENDS.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
FROM DONOVAN CATHOLIC
STUDENTS & STAFF
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Donovan Catholic Performing Arts
Presents the Holiday Production
“White Christmas”
Thursday, Dec. 3rd – 7:30 PM
Friday, Dec. 4th – 7:30 PM
Saturday, Dec. 5th – 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinee – 2:00 PM
Call the box office to purchase
tickets @ 732-349-8801 x2403
Adults $15 Students/Seniors $12
The Advancement/Alumni Office is
happy to provide a Holiday intermission of
refreshments & beverages for all alumni and
military personnel & their guests in Room 401
for each day of the show.
www.donovancatholic.org
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ST. JOSEPH GRADE
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SCHOOL NEWS
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BAKE SALE today!
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Enjoy a treat after Mass and support the SJGS PTA!
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Thank You!
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SCHOOL LITURGY
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Tuesday,
November 24, 2016
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1:00PM
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All are welcome!
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The Kindergarten students will entertain family and
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friends with Thanksgiving themed prayers, songs,
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poems and costumes this Wednesday morning,
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November 25th in their classrooms.
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SJGS IS HOSTING THE
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“You Can NOT Be Replaced”
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Program
for Students, Parents & Faculty
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Join us for the Parent Program: Tuesday,
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Dec. 1st 6:30 PM
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Speakers:
Chip and Melissa Dayton
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Parishioners are welcome to join us for this
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proactive and inspirational message:
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Helping
Students Understand the POWER of their
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Value and Influence.
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For more information go to
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www.youcannotbereplaced.com
www.stjoeschooltr.org
ST. JOSEPH’S
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Many Thanksgiving Blessings
to you and your families
CELEBRATE ADVENT
this season with 10% OFF
ONE ITEM throughout the
From Fr. Scott, Fr. Jerome & Fr. Carlos
month of
November.
A man who was completely innocent offered himself as a sacrifice for
the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the
world. It was a perfect act.
—Mahatma Gandhi
Stop by and browse our extensive
collection of Advent & Christmas
Catholic books, cards & gifts.
Oplatek wafers are available for sale.
Gift certificates, as well as grocery
& Kohl’s Scrip cards are available.
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Vocation Discernment Group Meeting
A Vocation Discernment Group Meeting is a wonderful opportunity to share
how God is calling us to serve in His Church. In these sessions we talk about
the issues that affect our vocation: How does God call us? How can I know
where God wants me to serve Him? What is the life of priestly ministry?
What are the qualities that make a holy priest? What is the formation process
like? Through prayer, experience, and a strong dedication to one’s spiritual
life, discernment emerges as a gift from God, leading us in the right direction.
You are invited to share your journey with us in these discernment group
meetings. Our next meeting will be held on November 29, 2015, at the Parish
of Corpus Christi, 11 South Street Road, Willingboro, NJ 08046 from 4-6pm.
Hosted by Rev. Joseph Jakub, the time will include prayer, sharing discernment stories, Q & A, and a light meal. The meetings are a wonderful
experience as you discover and respond to His invitation and serve the
Church in His priesthood. Please register with the Diocese of Trenton Office of
Vocations at [email protected] or by calling 609-406-7449.
DIOCESE OF TRENTON CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC RENEWAL
WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
Return to the Father
Kicking off the JUBILEE Year of Mercy
Holy Mass, Adoration & Healing Prayer
Saturday, December 12, 2015
8:00am—4:00pm
St. Mary, Mother of God Church
Middletown, NJ
Cost: $25.00 includes breakfast and lunch
REGISTER on-line: www.dotccr.org or call: 732-618-7843
Will You Be Home Alone for Thanksgiving?
Join us for a free home-cooked meal at
The Church of Epiphany—615 Thiele Road, Brick
(if you can’t get to church we will bring the meal to you)
Thanksgiving Day at 1pm
Reservations or for more info call The Church of Epiphany,732-458-0220.
RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION
Please note...
There will be no classes on
Monday, December 7, 2015 in
honor of the Immaculate
Conception of the Blessed Virgin
Mary. Please plan to bring your
student to Mass at 5pm on
December 7th (or any one of our
other Masses celebrating this
feast) for this, the patronal feast
day of the United States.
Letters were emailed to the
parents of our Summer 2015
students about our December
activities. If you did not get a
letter, please contact Nancy at
extension 2225 or email her at
[email protected]
7th and 8th Grade
Sunday Sessions
Both 7th and 8th grades will meet
tonight Sunday, November 22.
They will meet again on
December 6th and the 13th.
Please mark your calendar.
Join us at the 5pm Mass and the
sessions will be from 6pm to
8pm in Donovan Catholic.
Dismissal will be from the
main entrance of the high
school at 8pm.
ST. JOSEPH’S
PAGINA OCHO
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MENSAJE DEL PASTOR
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Mi estimada familia Parroquial,
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Hoy es el último día del año litúrgico. El tiempo liturgico Ordinario, se culmina en
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este día con la celebración solemne de Nuestro Señor Jesús Cristo, Rey del Universo,
o como más conocido, La Fiesta de Cristo Rey. No importa cómo le llamemos, hoy es ..
el día en que la Iglesia Universal honora a Jesús como nuestro Señor, Salvador y Juez .
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(si Juez) de todos nosotros. Aquí comparto con ustedes algunos pasajes bíblicos que
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hablan del Día del Juicio:
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Los profetas hebreos advertidos del "Día del Señor, el día grande y terrible" (Joel 3: 4). ..
Jesús no negó la realidad de un ajuste de cuentas al final. San Pablo ciertamente
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anticipó que Jesús vendría de nuevo y pondría fin al disparate y la infamia del mundo. .
El último libro de la Biblia cristiana, el Apocalipsis, es una larga historia para meditar ..
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de los que es bueno y malo, y que en el último día será discernido y tendrá ciertas
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consecuencias.
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Lo primero que debemos recordar es que, nadie puede anticipar los acontecimientos
del futuro, Jesús dijo, yo no tengo el conocimiento como hijo del Padre, de la hora del ..
Juicio. (Mateo 24:36). Entonces tenemos que estar preparados.
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Segundo: El propósito principal del Día del Señor parece ser el juicio, no la
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destrucción: Dios espera que algún día la humanidad se haga responsable de sus
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acciones. La destrucción es sólo parte del juicio divino, que seamos justificados
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según nuestras acciones en la vida ¿Hemos sido fieles a los mandamientos de Dios y
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Jesús? ¿Hemos amado al prójimo por sobre todas las cosas?, ¿Cómo imitamos la
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vida de Jesús en nosotros y con nuestro prójimo? De esto es lo que se trata el juicio,
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nosotros como cristianos tenemos el poder de vivir una vida en Dios, ayudando y
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amando al prójimo. Los que siguen los mandamientos y llevan la vida según ellos
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diariamente, no tienen nada que temer. Mateo nos ofrece como hacerlo, para
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prepararnos para el último día: alimentar al hambriento, dar al sediento, acoger al
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extranjero, vestir al desnudo, cuidar a los enfermos, visitar a los encarcelados (Mt 25:
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31-46) – Estas son las acciones de Obras Espirituales y Corporales de misericordia,
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que todo Cristiano debe incluir como parte de su vida diaria.
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Este jueves, en el Día de Acción de Gracias, tendremos la Misa en ingles a las 9am,
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usemos este dia para mirar sinceramente profundamente en nuestro corazón y revisar
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de como vivimos nuestra vida cotidiana, y que podemos hacer cada uno para
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comenzar a vivir la vida como Jesus siguiendo el Evangelio y mostrando la
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misericordia de Dios a nuestros hermanos y enemigos. Es ahí donde está la verdadera .
Caridad y Misericordia que Jesús nos pide que llevemos a todos. Que Dios los bendiga .
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a todos.
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Fr. Scott
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Oración por las Víctimas del Terrorismo
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Amado Dios, Recibe en tus brazos misericordiosos, a las víctimas de la
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violencia y el terrorismo. Consola a sus familias y a todos los afligidos
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por ellos. Ayúdanos en nuestro miedo e incertidumbre,
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Y bendícenos con el conocimiento de que tu amor esta siempre con
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nosotros. Fortalece a todos los que trabajan por la paz, Y que la paz que el ..
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mundo no puede dar, reine en nuestros corazones.
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HORARIO DE MISAS
En la Semana: 7:00am & 9:00am. Todos los
días de la semana (inglés).
Sábado: 8:00am, 5:00 & 7:00pm (inglés)
Domingo: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm,
5:00pm (ingles)
Domingo: 6:30pm español
SACRAMENTOS
Bautizos (en español): El Sacramento del
Bautismo se celebra el en la Misa de 6:30 pm.
Para mayor información, llamar a la oficina
Hispana.
Unción de los Enfermos: Comunicarse con la
oficina parroquial.
Reconciliación/Confesión: De lunes a Jueves
11:00am-3:00pm. Por Favor pedir cita 732-3490018 ext. 2213.
Matrimonios: Las parejas que piensen
contraer matrimonio deben solicitar primero
una cita con el Padre Carlos. Para mayor
información comuníquese con la oficina
Hispana.
Registro parroquial: Todos los feligreses deben
registrarse en la Parroquia. Cualquier cambio en
su dirección por favor notificarnos. Para mas
información llamar al 732- 349-0018 ext. 2213.
Clases de Educación Religiosa (CCD):
Comuníquese a la oficina parroquial con
oficina hispana 732-349-0018 ext. 2213.
Oficina Hispana: sitienes alguna duda o
necesitas comunicarte conalguna oficina
parroguial, comunícate con Caridad Barillas
al 732-349-0018 ext. 2213.
Rito De La Iniciación Cristiana De AdultosEs un proceso para adultos que deseen por
primer vez recibir los sacramentos de
iniciación en la fe católica o han sido
bautizados en otra fe cristiana. También
permite para las personas que han sido
bautizados y les falta el Sacramento de
Comunión y Confirmación. Este proceso
también se hace disponible para los
jóvenes de escuela secundaria (High
School). Si usted está interesado o
conoce alguien, por favor comuníquese
con la oficina Hispana. Teléfono 732-3490018 x2213.
PAGINA NUEVE
ST. JOSEPH’S
ANUNCIOS DE VIDA COMUNITARIA
FIESTA A LA VIRGEN DE GUADALUPE: Estamos a semanas de esta gran celebración si
deseas inscribirte para las novenas, las mañanitas, o deseas hacer alguna
donación; es tiempo de comunicarte con Caridad en la oficina hispana.
Novena: del 3 al 11 de diciembre a las 7:00pm.
Vigilia: 11 de diciembre de 10:00pm a 4:00am.
10-10:30pm: Rosario
10:30 – 11pm: Serenata
11:00 – 12am: Obra de la historia Grupo Divina Misericordia
12 – 1am: Mariachis
1-4am: Serenata
Desayuno
Misa: 12 de diciembre 7pm
Procesión: 8:00pm – 8:30pm
Fiesta: 8:30pm a 11:00pm.
“The Carpenter Shop”: La tienda
de artículos religiosos estará
abierta todos los domingos antes
de navidad para quienes deseen
comprar obsequios na
videños.
Día de Acción de Gracias: La parroquia está recogiendo donaciones de
comida para los pobres. Nuestra parroquia les da comida a 668 familias
mensualmente, eso es 1,210 adultos
y 600 niños.
Sea misericordioso como nos pide que seamos el
Papa Francisco… Puede traer su donación el domingo a la misa.
MISA DE ACCION DE GRACIAS: Jueves, 28 de noviembre a las 9:00am, en inglés. Todos son
bienvenidos.
Concierto de Navidad: El próximo viernes 18 de
diciembre a las 7:00 pm.
REUNION DE SACRISTANES: lunes, 23 de noviembre a las 7pm. Oficinas de la Parroquia.
¿Alguna vez has pensado en cantar o tocar
guitarra? Ahora es tu OPORTUNIDAD, se
darán clases de preparación para que puedas
alabar al Señor haciendo parte del Coro en
Misa. Llame a Caridad en la Oficina Hispana
para más información.
Grupo de Oración Carismático
“SAN JOSÉ”: Viernes, a las 6:30
pm en el 16 de Lafayette St, Toms
River NJ 08753. ¡Regálate la
oportunidad de profundizar tu
espiritualidad con Dios!
Capilla de Adoración Perpetua
al Santísimo: El Santísimo Sacramento del Altar está expuesto todos los días de la semana,
las 24 horas del día. Se necesitan Adoradores en diferentes
horarios. Si están interesados
llamar a Caridad Barillas al 732349-0018 x2213 para inscribirse. Él se merece
nuestra compañía y amor.
LAS OFICINAS DE LA PARROQUIA estaran cerradas
el 26 y 27 de noviembre. FELICIDADES!
Lecturas para el trigésimo cuarto domingo
del tiempo ordinario:
Domingo: Dn 7:13-14; Rv 1:5-8; Jn 18:33b-37
Lunes: Dn 1:1-6, 8-20; Lc 21:1-4
Martes: Dn 2:31-45; Lc 21:5-11
Miércoles: Dn 5:1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28; Lc 21:12-19
Jueves: Dn 6:12-28; Lc 21:20-28
Viernes: Dn 7:2-14; Lc 21:29-33
Sábado: Dn 7:15-27; Lc 21:34-36

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