May 1, 2016 - St. Joseph Parish

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May 1, 2016 - St. Joseph Parish
May 1, 2016
Sixth Sunday of Easter
1883-2016
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Let us pray that the risen
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Christ will lead us to
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eternal life.
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God our Father, make us joyful ..
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in the ascension of Your Son .
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Jesus Christ. May we follow ..
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Him into the new creation,
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for His ascension is our glory .
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and our hope. We ask this
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through our Lord Jesus
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Christ, Your Son who lives
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and reigns with You and the
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Holy Spirit, one God, for ever ..
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and ever. Amen.
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Prayer for the
Ascension of the Lord
Pastor:
Reverend G. Scott Shaffer x2203
Parochial Vicars:
Reverend Carlos Aguirre x2221
Reverend Jerome Guld x2219
Deacon Romeo D. Aquino x2210
Deacon Francis J. Babuschak x2253
Deacon Robert M. Barnes x2228
Deacon Thomas A. Genovese x2255
Deacon Gerard Luongo x2251
Deacon Frank J. McKenna x2212
Deacon Patrick J. Stesner, Sr. x2250
Deacon Michael A. Taylor x2254
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?
Faith large and small
When you think about it, Jesus asks both a lot and only a little of his disciples. A lot:
that they give themselves completely to following him and his way. But also a little:
doing a few basic things like having faith and trusting him and the Father who sent
him; loving as you are loved by God; forgiving because you are forgiven; and
showing mercy, for you have received mercy. Though it asks much—everything,
really—of people, being a Christian is actually pretty simple: Love God with your
whole self, and share that love with others.
WHERE WE LIVE, SERVE,
& WALK TOGETHER IN FAITH.
ST. JOSEPH’S
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FROM THE PASTOR
My Dear Parish Family,
Next week, our parish will take up the Collection for the Catholic
Communication Campaign. This collection communicates the
Gospel through Catholic social media activities and enriches our
faith through television, radio, social media, podcasts and print
media. Half of all proceeds remain in our diocese and support local needs, so please be generous in this collection. Check out their
new free APP. I just loaded it onto my phone this week: Catholic
Church app from USCCB.
Recently, I was with an assembly of priests, many of whom had
been ordained longer than I. In one of our discussions, one brother
priest got up and, in a self-congratulating tone, spoke about the
many times while in the seminary he had taken part in peaceful
marches and protests against war. Another priest jumped up right
after him and self-righteously related that his choice had been to
stay at the seminary and go to chapel and pray for peace. An argument quickly ensued. Both claimed that theirs was the right way
and that theirs was the way that ultimately won the day.
Ironically nothing succeeds better in shattering any fragile peace
than an “either/or” attitude. If acting on our values is good and
praying for them is equally laudable, why not a “yes/also” response? The fledgling church we hear from in the Acts of the
Apostles would quickly learn that there was more than one way to
be a believer. And Revelations tells us that perfection will be ours
only when we reach the New Jerusalem.
The peace that Jesus leaves us in the gospel, he gives to us to share
with others. But he doesn’t offer us a navigation system or road
maps to get there. Being peacemakers is truly challenging. We
each must find our way to the heavenly Jerusalem with the help of
Jesus’ gift to us, the Holy Spirit.
May God bless you.
Fr. Scott
PRIEST/CELEBRANT SCHEDULE
Subject to Change
May 7/May 8
Fr. Carlos
Fr. Jerome
Fr. Jerome
Fr. Scott
Fr. Scott
Fr. Scott
Fr. Carlos
5:00 PM
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12:00 Noon
5:00 PM
6:30 PM
May 14/May 15
Fr. Scott
Fr. Carlos
Fr. Scott
Fr. Jerome
Fr. Jerome
Fr. Scott
Fr. Carlos
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MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, May 2
7:00 For the Holy Souls in Purgatory req. by
Celine Brent
9:00 Theodore Joseph Mularz req. by his Wife,
Joanne & Children
Tuesday, May 3
7:00 Bob Przekop req. by Seth & Anna Herwitt
9:00 Kelton & Lauten Families req. by Robert &
Catherine Lauten
Wednesday, May 4
7:00 Joseph Muriglan req. by Family
9:00 In Thanksgiving of the Wedding Anniversary
of Lawrence Aquino req. by the Aquino
Family
5:00 Vigil Mass
Grace DiPiazza req. by Toni & Chuck
Tschampion
Thursday, May 5 (Ascension Thursday)
7:00 John James Curran req. by Pat Simmons
9:00 Carl F. Luksic req. by his Wife, Elaine
12:00 Richard Roos req. by his Wife, Elaine
7:00 (Spanish)
Hugh Menter req. by Dan & Tom Guldenzoph
Friday, May 6
7:00 For the intentions of Vel Adame & Carla
Correa req. by Adriana Correa
9:00 William J. Hemberger req. by the Costello
Family
Saturday, May 7
8:00 In Loving Memory of the Members of the
Perpetual Enrollment
5:00 Elizabeth & James Warden req. by the Plate
Family
Sunday, May 8 (Mother’s Day)
7:30 Deceased Son & Parents req. by Daughter &
Son-in-law, Mary & Mario Marano
9:00 Gloria Capobianco req. by the DePasquale
Family
10:30 John Holevinski req. by his Wife, Kathleen
12:00 Isabell Vecchio req. by Christine & William
Robinson
5:00 Teddy Brzostowski req. by his Daughter,
Dolores Repstien
6:30 Beth Lopez req. by the Barillas Family
There are a few openings in
2016 for 7:00am Mass Intentions.
Call or visit the Parish Office for availability.
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MARRIAGES
Are you engaged and planning to marry in the Church? Don’t put off
making your arrangements. Call the parish office as soon as possible:
732-349-0018 ext. 2213. And, if you are thinking of having a
“destination wedding,” please call us first. We can offer some helpful
information.
We congratulate those who were recently married here at
St. Joseph’s Church:
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Crescenzo
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Skowronski
BANNS OF MARRIAGE
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Matteo DeMarco & Christina Maria Varriale
Ronald Nametko & Tiffany Pearce
Jonathan Polhemus & Tracie DeMola
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 required and held on the
First Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Church.
We welcome the newest member of our parish family who was baptized here
at St. Joseph’s Church:
Colin James Sheehy
10th ANNUAL PASTORAL CARE RETREAT - FRIDAY, MAY 6
“God’s Strengthening Love for Caregivers”
Caregivers - Day of Reflection and Renewal at the Shore
Offered by the Catholic Diocese of Trenton - Department of Pastoral
Care...caregivers, come and experience a day of prayer, reflection and
renewal with other caregivers, both familial and professional. Be refreshed at the shore and enjoy a walk on the beach. Learn simple practices
that will help you to be strengthened & uplifted while caring for others.
Retreat Presenter: John Patrick Gatton, Consultant, Creating Motivational Environments & Author of “God’s Strengthening Love for Caregivers:
Enabling Me to Care for You”
San Alfonso Retreat House, 755 Ocean Avenue, Long Branch, NJ
9:30am - 4:00pm (arrive: 8:45 am - 9:15 am for registration)
Retreat with Mass - Celebrant: Fr. Martin McGeough, CM
REGISTRATION: $40 at www.dioceseoftrenton.org/pastoralcare or
for more info contact Deanna Sass: 609-403-7157 or
[email protected]
READINGS FOR MASSES THIS WEEK
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ST. JOSEPH’S
IN MEMORIAM
Please remember in your prayers those who
have died.
Christine Smith
Barbara Ventrella
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 week of
May 2, 2016 - May 8, 2016
The Blessed Mother Votive Candle will
burn in memory of William Hemberger req.
by Eileen Wilkinson.
The Tabernacle Lamp will burn in loving
memory of Evelyn Balzer req. by her
Husband, Howard.
St. Joseph Votive will burn in loving
memory of the members of the Perpetual
Enrollment.
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 x2202.
Faith is professed with the lips and
with the heart, through words and
through love.
– Pope Francis
SUNDAY Acts 15:1-2, 22-29; Rv 21:10-14, 22-23; Jn 14:23-29 MONDAY Acts 16:11-15; Jn 15:2616:4a TUESDAY 1 Cor 15:1-8; Jn 14:6-14 WEDNESDAY Acts 17:15, 22-18:1; Jn 16:12-15
THURSDAY The Ascension of the Lord: Acts 1:1-11; Eph 1:17-23, 10:19-23; Lk 24:46-53
FIRST FRIDAY Acts 18:9-18; Jn 16:20-23 FIRST SATURDAY Acts 18:23-28; Jn 16:23b-28
ST. JOSEPH’S
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PARISH NEWS
Totus Tuus Women’s Faith
Sharing Group
Come join Totus Tuus on Thursday,
May 5 at 16 Lafayette Ave. at 7pm.
This month, Marcelle Winters will
offer a talk entitled, “Mother of
Mercy” - A discussion on Mary’s
maternal comfort, hope, strength,
consolation and intercession. All
women welcome!
Veritas Men’s Faith
Sharing Group
The Veritas Men’s Faith Sharing
Group welcomes all men age 18 and
over to their meetings. The next
meeting is Monday, May 16 from
7pm - 9pm at 16 Lafayette Ave.
The topic is Our Lady of Guadalupe
presented by Jack Lennon. Please join
us in prayer and fellowship. Light
refreshments will be provided.
Day of Recollection
St. Joseph’s Rosary Altar Society is
sponsoring a “Day of Recollection”
on Thursday, May 19 at St. Joseph
by the Sea in Mantoloking. Cost is
$45.00 and includes a light breakfast
and lunch. All women of the parish
are welcome. Fr. Stan Kryston is the
presenter. If you are interested, call
Rae at 732-341-0180.
Prayer in the Presence
Please join us for a spiritual evening
of Prayer in the Presence of our
Lord on Tuesday, May 10 at
7:00pm in the Church. The subject,
Mary, Mother of God, will be
presented by Deacon Pat Stesner.
All are invited. Please feel free to
invite someone you feel will also
benefit from our night together.
Do You Like To Read?
Join our book discussion! All are
welcome to come and share your
thoughts on these books: May 10,
Round House by Louise Erdrich, and
on June 14, Rules of Civility by Armor
Towles at 7:00pm at 16 Lafayette.
Eucharistic Minister
Scheduling
We are preparing the Eucharistic
Minister Mass schedules for the
months of June, July and August.
If you have any dates you cannot
serve or wish to change your
schedule, contact Celine Fowler
at 732-349-0018 x2223 or email
[email protected]
with your availability by
May 6.
RELIGIOUS
E D U C AT I O N
Calendar Updates
The last class for the 2016 school year is
on Monday, May 2nd.
Confirmation Classes for High School
Students in Grades 10, 11 & 12
Monday to Thursday
June 27-30
Monday to Thursday
July 11-14
9am to 12:30pm
AND Friday July 15, 1:30 to 3:00
These classes are for high school
students who need to receive the
sacrament of Confirmation. Eligible
students must have completed:
 Valid Catholic Baptism or a
Profession of Faith
 First Holy Communion
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 Entering the 10 , 11 or 12 grade
in September 2016
 Be a registered Parishioner
St. Joseph’s Church
Limited to 15 students. Registration fee is
$125. Attendance at each class is necessary.
Summer Registration
If you want to have your child in the
summer program, there are some spots
available in Session II, July 11 - July 15.
The summer religious education program is open to registered parishioners
who will be entering grades 1 to 8 in
September.
Please call Nancy at x2225 with any questions or to register.
"E-U-C-H-A-R-I-S-T See what the EUCHARIST
means to me. E-U-C-H-A-R-I -S-T It's Jesus'
body and blood you see."
- Mary Zitnik
Congratulations to all of our
First Communicants!
P A G E F IV E ST. JOSEPH’S
DONOVAN CATHOLIC
NEWS
THANK YOU
Thank you to all who attended our recent production of
“Fiddler on the Roof”
Your support of our Performing Arts Program
continues to encourage our students to
“Reach For The Stars!”
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Join us for the
2016 DANCE EXPO
May 7, 2016 @ 6:00 PM
-Admission Free-
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2016!
ALL ARE INVITED
May 21, 2016
6:00 PM
Party in “The Quad”
(Inclement Weather—Cafeteria)
$25.00 per person
Call: 732-349-8801 x2432
Or reserve online
www.donovancatholic.org
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CONCERTS
Admission Free
May 17, 2016
Instrumental Concert
7:00 PM
May 18, 2016
Vocal Concert
7:00 PM
www.donovancatholic.org
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ST. JOSEPH GRADE
SCHOOL NEWS
Congratulations
The following Saint Joseph Grade School students
received First Holy Communion April 30, 2016.
May Christ’s life and love fill you today and
every time you receive him in Holy Communion.
God love and bless you!
James Abatemarco
Liam Adams
Luca Affa
Elizabeth Birchler
Ann-Alliyah Canales
Caitlin Cardillo
Sara Caso
Bella Centurrino
Felix Chiu
Valisa Chiusolo
Gabriel Cmur
Thomas Conroy
Jordan Curtsinger
Hailey Decker
Emma Delhaas
Gianna DelliSanti
Olivia DelOrbe
Frank DiBrienza
Layla Durazzo
Maximus Durazzo
Edward Engle
Hanna Engle
Gianni Faruolo
Abigail Florentino
Isabella Flores
Jackqueline Garcia
Jasmin Garcia
Lindsey Gonzalez-Gomez
Michael Harbord
Mikayla Harbord
Sophia Hare
Abigayle Karlovitch
Rachel Kunz
Emily Lauer
Stephen Linhardt
Robert Lisiewski
Mariusz Majchrowski
Liam Marcell
Joseph Mitchell
Luke Moyers
Brooke Norton
Charles Osborn
Adrianna Otchy
Savanna Panish
Mya Porsch
Morgan Poskay
Victoria Prato
Logan Ross
Hannah Rowley
Giovanni Sambucci
Liam Scallon
Christopher Scott
Shane Sickler
Juliana Smith
Katherine Taylor
Maria Thompson
Matthew Villanueva
Brynn Viscomi
Devin Vital
Tyler Vital
Gavin Weiss
Kaelin Winch
Callie Yotka
John Ziobro
www.stjoeschooltr.org
ST. JOSEPH’S
PAGE SIX
EXCERPT FROM “MERCY AND TRUTH
SHALL MEET”
BISHOP DAVID M. O’CONNELL, C.M.
Finally, mercy helps us understand Truth. Authentic mercy always
leads us to the recognition of Truth because mercy is based upon
Truth. The Psalmist sings “Mercy and Truth shall meet (Psalm 85:
10).” In Christ, mercy and truth meet together. It is unmistakably
clear in his intentions, attitudes and behaviors throughout the Gospels. In fact, I do not believe that we can experience authentic mercy without the simultaneous experience of Truth because one really does not really
exist without the other.
SOME THOUGHTS ON “TRUTH”
We are all familiar with the tense moment of confrontation between Pontius Pilate
and the Lord Jesus when Pilate demands “what is truth?” in response to the Lord
Jesus’ revelation “I have come into this world to testify to the truth (John 18: 3738).” Pilate was not the first to ask such a question and the Lord Jesus was not the
first to be on the receiving end. “Truth” has been the subject of study, inquiry and
debate throughout most of recorded history. Philosophers, theologians, scholars,
students, people of faith, people of no faith have questioned and argued its meaning
down through the ages. Sooner or later, we simply have to settle on an idea or definition of truth and go with it.
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey (CVCJ) Presents
Dancing With Their Stars
Donovan’s Catholic’s, Madeline & Bruce Kinloch will be representing
St. Joseph’s Church in “Dancing With Their Stars.” Caregiver Volunteers of
Central Jersey provides assistance to the elderly, disabled, veterans
and those who care for them.
VOTE for Madeline & Bruce for People’s Choice Award
at www.cvcjdances.com
Voting ends at Noon on Thursday, May 12, 2016.
F
AROUND
TOWN
Saint Barnabas Church
‘Strike up the Band!!’
Come out to enjoy an evening of
great music presented by the one and
only High Seas Orchestra on May
Forever in Our Hearts
21 at 7pm inside St Barnabas
Forever in Our Hearts, support
Church!! Be prepared to tap your
group for suicide loss survivors,
feet to Sousa Marches, sway to the
meets the 2nd Saturday of each
sounds of Henry Mancini, soar to
month at St. Paul Lutheran
‘The Sound of Music’ hills and visit
Church, 130 Cable Ave, Beachwood at 1:00pm. Go to their page: the wizard ‘Somewhere Over the
facebook.com/ForeverNRHearts or Rainbow’!!! Of course the evening
call 732-269-3236 for more
wouldn’t be complete without an
information.
encounter with a ‘Sophisticated Lady!!! There is NO monetary charge
19th Annual Barnegat
for admission!!! It is only requested
Bay Festival
that you bring non-perishable food
Festival will be Sunday, June 5
10am-4pm at Wanamaker Complex item(s) that will be donated to the
in Island Heights. More info can be parish food pantry and St. Vincent
de Paul Society.
found at: http://bbp.ocean.edu.
ALERT – Human Trafficking
and Sporting Events.
Traffickers are opportunistic
hunters and see major sporting
events, and the thousands of people
who flock to sports venues, as an opportunity for huge profits with little
risk of penalty or punishment. Human trafficking is a business, and
traffickers will take advantage of
what they perceive to be good business opportunities-including national
and international sporting events.
Access the web site sistersagainsttrafficking.org…U.S.
Catholic Sisters Against Human
Trafficking...
PAGE SEVEN ST. JOSEPH’S
Next Weekend, May
7th and 8th, the
White Parish Mini Van
will be parked outside the Church to
accept your food
donations. Please
help to continue our
ministry of providing
to those in need. During the month of April
2016 your generosity to the food pantry provided food to over 1,100 people, members of
our Parish and Community. They thank you as
do we the pantry volunteers for your continued generosity in supporting your food pantry.
You are all truly a wonderful blessing.
Items Needed:
Ravioli
Pancake Mix and Syrup
Canned Fruits
Chili, Hash or Stew
Tuna
Canned or Boxed Potatoes
Jelly
Coffee or Tea Bags
Cereal: Hot & Cold
Soups
Packets of Powdered Milk
Cans of Fruits
Items not needed: we have a sufficient
Macaroni
and Cheese
supply of peanut butter and rice.
Pasta
If you are unable to bring food or will be away on
Cake
Mixes
the above weekend, your donations may be
Juices
brought to the Food Pantry (Monday thru Friday
10am to 4pm). The Food Pantry is located in
Canned Vegetables
the Parish Office Basement. Entrance is at the
Beans
rear of the Parish Office Building.
ASCENSION THURSDAY MASS SCHEDULE
May 4 Vigil Mass 5:00pm
May 5 7:00am, 9:00am, 12:00 noon, 7:00pm (in Spanish)
SPIRITUAL ADOPTION
You can still take part in our
Spiritual Adoption
Program. Sign up
forms are in the
cradle in the
Church’s gathering space. Just fill
out the bottom of
the form, tear it
off and return it
to the cradle. Keep the top half
which contains the prayer.
A MOTHER’S DAY
REMEMBRANCE
ENVELOPE was part of
your April/May church
mailing. If you would like
to have a special woman,
living or deceased, remembered in prayer, please
include their name on the back of
the envelope and place it into the
collection basket. The envelopes will
be on the altar for the month of May.
Additional envelopes can be found in
the narthex.
ST. JOSEPH’S
PAGINA OCHO
MENSAJE DEL PARROCO
Estimada Familia Parroquial
Recientemente, yo estaba reunido con varios sacerdotes, y en una de las
conversaciones, uno de los sacerdotes compartió que muchas veces como
seminarista, él estuvo involucrado en marchas de paz contra la Guerra.
Otro de los sacerdotes comento, que en su caso él se mantenía en oración
y compañía del Sagrado Sacramento. Ellos comenzaron a discutir, pues
los dos afirmaban que su actitud era mejor que la otra. Pero los dos
estaban correctos, pues debemos de actuar según nuestros valores morales
y cristianos. En los Hechos de los Apóstoles podemos descubrir, las
diferentes maneras que existen para llegar a creer. En Apocalipsis leemos
que podemos llegar a la perfección, cuando lleguemos a un Nuevo
Jerusalén.
La paz que Jesús nos da a través de los evangelios es para compartirla
unos con otros. Jesús solo nos guía, no dirige, él nos da libertad para
elegir. Cada uno de nosotros, tenemos que encontrar nuestro Nuevo
Jerusalén con la ayuda de los Dones que Jesús, a través del Espíritu Santo,
nos regala a cada uno de nosotros.
Que Dios los bendiga,
Fr. Scott
Excerpta de la carta del Obispo
David O’Connell “La Misericordia y la Verdad
se Reunirá”
La Merced nos ayuda a comprender la Verdad. La piedad autentica siempre nos conduce al reconocimiento de la Verdad, porque
la misericordia se basa en la Verdad. El Salmista canta
“Misericordia y la Verdad se reunirán” (Salmo 85:10).” En Cristo, la misericordia y la verdad se reúnen. Esto es absolutamente claro en sus
intenciones, actitudes, y modales que leemos en los Evangelios. De hecho, no
creo que podemos tener una experiencia autentica de misericordia sin simultáneamente tener la experiencia con la Verdad, porque uno no existe sin el otro.
ALGUNOS PENSAMIENTOS RELACIONADOS CON LA “VERDAD”
Todos conocemos los momentos tensos que hubo entre Poncio Pilato y Jesús,
cuando Pilato le ordeno: “¿cuál es la verdad?” Y su respuesta - “Yo vine a este
mundo como testigo de la verdad (Juan 18:37-38).” Pilato no fue el primero en
hacer esa pregunta, y Jesús tampoco el primero en recibirla. Es por eso que la
búsqueda de la Verdad sigue siendo sujeto de estudios por personas que no
tienen fe. Pero nosotros conocemos la Verdad y esa es - Dios, su Hijo Jesucristo y el Espíritu Santo. La Santa Trinidad.
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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
Domingo: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm,
5:00pm (ingles)
Domingo: 6:30pm español
OFICINA HISPANA HORARIO
Martes, Miércoles y Jueves de 11am a 3pm
732-349-0018 X2213
SACRAMENTOS
Bautizos (en español): El Sacramento del
Bautismo se celebra en la Misa de los
domingos a las 6:30 pm. Para más
información, llamar a la oficina Hispana.
Unción de los Enfermos Y Reconciliación/
Confesión - Comuníquese con la oficina
hispana para hacer una cita.
Matrimonios: Las parejas que desean
contraer matrimonio deben solicitar una cita
con el Padre Carlos. Comuníquese con la
oficina hispana para hacer una cita.
SITUACIONES CRITICAS; si tiene
problemas de alcoholismo, violencia
domestica, jóvenes en crisis, etc. Llamar a la
oficina hispana para pedir ayuda….
SI NECESITA AYUDA con: comida,
pago de renta, utilidades, etc.
Comunicase con la Oficina Hispana.
ADORADORES PARA EL
SANTISIMO
Comuníquese con Caridad L. Barillas
732-349-0018 x2213.
Lecturas:
Sexto Domingo de
Pascua
Domingo He15:1-2, 22-29; AP 21:10-14,
22-23; Jn 14:23-29
Lunes He 16:11-15; Jn 15:26—16:4a
Martes 1 Cor 15:1-8; Jn 14:6-14
Miércoles He 17:15, 22—18:1; Jn 16:12-15
Jueves La Ascensión del Señor: He 1:1-11;
Efe 1:17-23
Primer Viernes He 18:9-18; Jn 16:20-23
Primer Sábado He 18:23-28; Jn 16:23b-28
PAGINA NUEVE
ST. JOSEPH’S
ANUNCIOS DE VIDA COMUNITARIA
MISA DE HOY DOMINGO, 1 de Mayo ES
OFRECIDA POR los difuntos:
Humberto Garcia y Blanca Hernández de parte
de sus familias
Honra a tu Madre
Regálale una
Noche de Amor
Cena, Música y Sorpresas
Día: 14 de mayo 2016
Lugar: Donovan Catholic
Hora: 7pm
Donación: $20.00pp
Boletos en venta después de Misa y en la Oficina
Hispana 732-349-0018 ext. 2213
Mision de Familias
“FAMILIAS
DESAFIANDO
EL MUNDO DE HOY”
Predicador
Excelencia Monseñor
Roberto Lopez Londoño
Obispo Emérito, de la Diócesis de Jericó,
Colombia
Días de Misión
Domingo, 12 de junio - Misa a las 6:30pm
Lunes, 13 de junio -7pm-9pm
Martes, 14 de junio -Hora Santa 7pm -9pm
Miércoles, 15 de junio - 7pm - 9pm
Jueves, 16 de junio - 7pm - 9pm
Sábado, 18 de junio - 10am - 3pm
Domingo, 19 de junio - Misa a las 6:30pm
Fe es profesada con los labios y el corazón, a través de
palabras y a través del amor.
– Papa Francisco
Capilla de Adoración Perpetua
al Santísimo Sacramento
Expuesto todos los días de la
semana, las 24 horas del día. Se
necesitan Adoradores en diferentes
horarios.
Llamar a la Oficina Hispana para
inscribirse.
DESPENSA
DE ALIMENTOS
El Ministerio de Cuidados Sociales
comenzara abrir la despensa el 3er.
sabado del mes de 10am a 12pm.
Traer identificación de los miembros de su
familia.
sabado: 21 de mayo, y 18 de junio.

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