St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church

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St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
DIALOGO ENTRE RELIGIONES EN EL MENSAJE DEL
OBISPO PIERRE CLAVERIE
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Parish Staff
Ofice Phone: 609 448-0141 Fax: 609 448-8878
Rev. Patrick J. McDonnell, Pastor x18
For Emergencies ONLY x30
Assisting Priests and Deacons not assigned to our Parish,
but who help us: Msgr. Hugh Ronan, Father Lee Inverso,
Father Tony Ramos
Deacon Tom Garvey, Asst. Deacon Michael Scannella
Assistant to the Pastor: Sheila Conway x25
Bulletin Editor/Admin. Assistant: Deb Napolitano x11
[email protected]
Trustees: Tony Humphreys, George Rodriguez
Parish Financial Council: Tony Humphreys, George Rodriguez, Richard Mamone, Joe Stefanelli, Henry Kazin
Music Ministries Director: Quentin Marty Ph.D. 609 4483944
Contemporary Choir: Catherine Doyle 609 448-6120
Parish Accountant: Henry Kazin x10
[email protected]
Religious Education: Dottie Guerrasio x21
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Admin. Assistant/Latino Community Liaison:
Ximena Bustamante x29 [email protected]
Sacrament Secretary: Deacon Michael Scannella x28
[email protected]
Building & Grounds: Phil Murray and
Assistant Nick Sebasto x31
Youth Ministry: Kimberly Jaramillo x12
[email protected]
Parish Ofice Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
Visit our website: stanthony–hightstown.net
Email: [email protected]
Wheelchair Accessible
September Pilgrim Cross Schedule: Sunday 10:30am Mass
Liturgy of the Eucharist
Saturday: 4:30pm;
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30am,
12:00 noon (Españ ol), & 4:00pm
Daily Masses: Monday-Friday 9:00am
Monday 7:30pm (Españ ol),
First Saturday of the month 8:00am
Consult Bulletin for any special 6:45am services
Rosary for the Intentions of the Blessed Virgin Mary:
Monday - Friday 8:30am
Miraculous Medal Novena: Monday after Rosary
Novena to St. Anthony of Padua:
Tuesday after 9am Mass
Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help:
Wednesday after 9am Mass
Adoration of Blessed Sacrament:
1st Friday – after 9:00am Mass to 7:00pm
Chaplet of Rosa Mystica for Priests & Religious:
Friday after 9am Mass
The Marian Movement of Priests: (Rosary & Prayers)
Friday after 9am Mass
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturday 3:30-4:00pm, Reconciliation Room
September 26
Frank Brown, Sr.
Anna Cavanaugh
Mass in Spanish
MONDAY
9:00 am
7:30 pm
TUESDAY
6:45 am
9:00 am
September 27
Communion Service
Edward Szczepanik
WEDNESDAY
9:00 am
September 28
Josephine & Monsoato Vinci
Kathy Dey & Linda Dey Johnson
THURSDAY
6:45 am
9:00 am
September 29
Communion Service
James R. & Mary Manley
Gerard Beahan
FRIDAY
9:00 am
September 30
Baby Jesus
SATURDAY
8:00 am
4:30 pm
October 1
Father John Olin Brown
Vincent J. Corebello
Ruth Braun
SUNDAY
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
October 2
Tito Cascieri Jr.
Dennis Nowak
Stanley R. Swiencicki
Elizabeth Stella
For all living & deceased parish members
David Pianin
12:00 noon
4:00 pm
Fr. Carlos is on an indeinite
medical leave of absence.
Please keep him in your prayers.
Bishop’s Anniversary Blessings 2016
All couples celebrating their 1st, 25th or 50+ wedd
ding
anniversary during the 2016 calendar year are
invited
to receive Bishop O’Connell’s Episcopal Blessin
ing. Couples can register to attend the Mass and Blessing at St.
Mary Cathedral on Sunday, October 16 at 3 pm (register by
Sept. 30). Call the parish ofice to register. Registration forms
are on our website and should be returned to the parish ofice.
St. Anthony’s Bakery
will be open October 2!!
Stop by for fresh breads, mufins and much
more after Sunday Mass
Your purchase will help our campaign and you get to
enjoy tasty pastries, breads and other treats!
Our bakery has pledged $20,000 to our
Faith to Move Mountains Campaign!
Please Pray for...
Kathy Penn, Anja Kolb, Peggy Schiller, Margaret
Wirth, Dr. Fred Santangelo, Anna Vallone, Tony
Langere, Craig Crobeels, Robert Mastriano,
Richard Mastriano, Sue Fallon, Henry Lloyd, Johanna
Somarribas, Yeimin Mazarriegos, Christine Divine, Louise
Torres, Jonathan Monaco, Alice Moore, Geraldine Peoni,
Frances Carl, Valerie Peterson, Alexandra Vreeland, Lauren
Conway, Mary Wall, Agnes Medican, and Nancy Aiello.
Names appear for four weeks. 609 448-0141 x11 or Jennie Rubino 609 490-0473 for additional prayers.
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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
The message of today’s Gospel, like the irst Reading, is neither
easy nor welcome. In both, we’re told it is possible to run out of
time and that there is no reversing the fate that follows the
sounding of the bell. The dificult truth Jesus proclaims through
today’s parable cautions us to keep an eye on the clock.
The talk of God’s mercy can give the impression that everything
depends on God: God never tires of forgiving us; you can stake
your life on that! What is sometimes overlooked is the need to
ask forgiveness and accept God’s mercy. Jesus’ parable presents
a rich man even more hardened in self-centeredness after
death than he was in life. He knows the right language, calling
out to “Father Abraham” and asks for “pity” but he expresses no
remorse and is just as eager to use Lazarus in the netherworld”
as he was in life. For him, others exist to be at his service. When
his request for relief isn’t honored, he again asks to use Lazarus, this time as a messenger, to warn his brothers. Abraham
understands these brothers share the rich man’s spiritual DNA
and would no more respond to Lazarus returned from the dead
than did the rich man himself when Lazarus daily begged at his
doorstep.
Source: Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word ©
2016. Marcheschi, Marcheschi, Frigge, & Scholz, Literary Training Publications
2015
Parish Religious Education Program (PREP)
Director: Dottie Guerrasio
609-448-0141 x21
Fax 609-448-6193
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Admin. Assistant/
Latino Community Liaison:
Ximena Bustamante
609-448-0141 x29
[email protected]
Ofice hours: Monday – Thursday 9am-3pm & Friday until
2pm. We are closed Sat. and Sun.
PREP NEWS: the Parish Religious Edumacation Program
began September 19.
PREP Challenge
Mrs. Guerrasio, our Director of
Religious Education and proof
reader for our weekly bulletin,
challenges you to:
Find the Mistake in the Bulletin!
YEAR OF MERCY
In Misericordiae Vultus, Pope Francis asks that we strive for
our lives to be rooted in the mercy of God. One way we can
grow in this mercy is by being receptive to the message
of mercy and love that is proclaimed in the Scriptures
and in the Christian witness to faith in Jesus (MV, no. 13).
).
1. Open yourself to listen to and hear the Word of God.
a. Prepare your mind and your heart by entering into a
quiet space and giving yourself time for relection. This
can be done individually or with others, such as your
family or a small group in your parish.
2. Ask God to open your heart to receive his words of
love into your home
3. Read or listen to the Word of God.
a. For example, read a passage from the Bible, participate in
small-group lectio divina, or attend Mass and pay close attention to the readings during the Liturgy of the Word.
4. Relect on/discuss what this passage reveals to you about
God's mercy and love.
5. Come up with one concrete way to incorporate this revelation of mercy into your daily actions or prayer life.
Source: usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/how-we-teach/new-evangelization/
jubilee-of-mercy/previous-moments-of-mercy.cfm
COMMUNION BREAKFAST
Parishioners and friends are invited to the Annual Communion Breakfast sponsored by the Altar Rosary Society on Sunday, Oct. 2nd in the Church Hall after 9am Mass. Tickets
are $12 each and must be purchased by September 25th. Contact Louise Mount (609)448-3513 or Barbara McGeachen
(609) 448-8399. Fr. Edward Griswold, (former Associate Pastor at St. Anthony’s), currently Vice Rector, Henry J. and
Marion I. Knott Professor of Homiletics and Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at St Mary’s University, Baltimore,
will be the Guest Speaker. His topic is entitled "Faith is All
About Life". Please come join us in fellowship.
We strive for perfection but we are not perfect! The FIRST
PREP student who brings me a Bulletin with a mistake will
be rewarded $1.00! You must be a registered PREP student and only one reward will be offered per week. Read
the bulletin carefully! You never know where an error
may occur!
Banns of Marriage
Gillian Astorita & Anthony Corrente
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Social Justice Corner - September 25, 2016
“White martyrdom is what one strives to live each day, the
giving of one's life drop by drop – in a look, in being present, in a smile, a gesture of concern, a service, in all of
those things that make one's life a life that is shared, given,
bestowed upon others. This is where openness and detachment take on the meaning of martyrdom, of immolation – in letting go of life.” Bishop Claverie's words to the
Little Sisters of Jesus, summer 1995
This evening, Sunday, September 25th, at 7:00, in our church,
we will honor the memory and vision of Archbishop Pierre
Claverie who lived and died working to free the oppressed from
their fears. He lived a life of openness to the “Other”. He never
built walls of distrust; instead he built bridges of understanding.
“We have an invitation to tear down the walls, to bust through
the fences, and to get to know the names and the faces of those
who are suffering outside of our comfort.”
Shane Claiborne in “When Action Meets Contemplation”
Lenore Isleib
Social Justice Committee
[email protected]
September 25 is:
x
x
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National One-Hit Wonder Day
National Comic Book Day
National Gold Star Mother’s Day
Here’s to Your Health with Sheila Conway (Consult your
doctor before making changes to your exercise or diet)
Choosing a Senior Home
(HealthDay News) -- No one wants to end up in a
senior home. But there are ways to identify when
such a place is well-suited for a loved one.
The appearance and attitude of the existing residents may offer great clues, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. The group suggests looking for residents who:
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Seem to be content and happy.
Act friendly.
Interact well with you and each other.
Are involved in social activities organized by the home.
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Readings for the week September 25
Monday: Jb 1:6-22; Ps 17:1bcd-3, 6-7; Lk 9:46-50
Tuesday: Jb 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23; Ps 88:2-8; Lk 9:51-56
Wednesday: Jb 9:1-12, 14-16; Ps 88:10bc-15; Lk 9:57-62
Thursday: Dn 7:9-10, 13-14 or Rv 12:7-12a; Ps 138:1-5; Jn
1:47-51
Friday: Jb 38:1, 12-21; 40:3-5; Ps 139:1-3, 7-10, 13-14ab; Lk
10:13-16
Saturday: Jb 42:1-3, 5-6, 12-17; Ps 119:66, 71, 75, 91, 125,
130; Lk 10:17-24
Sunday: Hb 1:2-3; 2:2-4; Ps 95:1-2, 6-9; 2 Tm 1:6-8, 13-14; Lk
17:5-10
Latino Heritage Month Dinner Dance
You are invited to a Latino Heritage Month Dinner Dance on Saturday, October 8 at 8pm in the
gym. A 55” TV, a laptop & a tablet will be rafled.
Rafle tickets are $5 each, Gala tickets are $25 per
person and include dinner. You do not have to be
present to win the rafle.
Knights of Columbus
A fraternal organization of Catholic men, running service programs; we welcome any interested parish men to join us. Look
for a new message about the knights each month!
Charity Begins at Home My plate is already full. I have
enough professional and personal commitments.
Time is precious, we understand and this is not a full-time
job. Brothers meet on a need-to basis, sometimes by phone
or e-mail. We need your support and leadership in Council
activities and social events.
Check this Knights website out kofc.org – I am available if you
have questions. Please call me, Richard Gavila at 609-5780446 or email me [email protected]
Interfaith Memorial for
Bishop Pierre Claverie
On Sunday,
Sun
September 25th at 7pm, we will host an
interfaith memorial in the church. We will come
interfa
together to honor this holy man and his vision, a vitogethe
sion that is more important than ever. Bishop Claverie’s sister
parishioner, Anne-Marie Gustavson.
is our parishione
was ordained a priest in 1965. He chose to rePierre Claverie w
turn to Algeria in 1967 to participate in the rebuilding of the
newly independent country. Claverie was a man of dialogue. He
had such an excellent knowledge of Islam that people of Oran
called him "the Bishop of the Muslims”, a title that must have
pleased him, since he dreamed of establishing true dialogue
among all believers, whether they were Muslims, Christians or
of other faiths. During the crisis of the Algerian Civil War, when
he deemed it necessary, he did not hesitate to criticize the two
main opposing forces: the Islamic Salvation Front and the Algerian government. On August I, 1996, he was assassinated along
with his young driver and friend, Mohamed Bouchikhi.
Cell Phones for Soldiers
Please donate your old cell phones!
+
Parishioner and 12th grader Maggie Bielic will be collecting
old cell phones through the month of October for Cell Phones
for Soldiers Recycling Program. Proceeds from donated
phones will be used to purchase one-hour
calling cards for our troops. There will be a
collection box placed in the vestibule. If you
have any questions please contact Maggie at
609-443-9459. Thank you in advance for
your contributions.
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Weekly Mass Offering
The Mass Offering Total for September 18: $15,145.00.
Ministries
Altar Servers - Deacon Scannella x28 or Fr. Carlos x23
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Annual Catholic Appeal—In Action!
So far in the 2016 Annual Catholic Appeal, we have $44,256.00
in pledges that amount to approximately 70% of our $63,000.00
goal.
Ministry to Families, Youth and Young Adults
These ministries strive to promote a Catholic understanding of
life through faith formation at every stage of human living. They
support you and your family, recognizing that your family is
"holy, not because it is perfect, but because God's grace is at
work in it, helping it to set out anew every day on the way to
love." Your gift promotes individuals and family life. Youth
events and service opportunities, young adult gatherings, Marriage prep, Baptismal prep, Ministry to separated and divorced
persons are just a few of the services offered.
Anthonian Seniors - Kathleen Grifin 609 426-0284
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Bereavement Ministry - Parish ofice 609-448-0141 x25 or
Deacon Mike Scannella x28
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Helping Hands - Judy Abramovitz 609-443-3573
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
King’s Kids - Joanne and John Tyne [email protected]
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Knights of Columbus Hightstown - Rich Gavila 609 5780446
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Music Ministries - Quentin Marty 609-448-3944; Contemporary Choir Cathy Doyle 609-448-6120, and Spanish Choir: Nelson Rivera 609-443-9683
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Prayer Shawl Ministry - Prayer shawls are available at no
charge to parishioners who are ill, their families or friends.
Rosalie Danek 609-448-8431
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Respect Life Ministry - Tony Humphreys 609-448-8229
Birthright 732-462-2888
Eucharistic Adoration
Friday, October 7, there will be Eucharistic Adoration in the
chapel after the 9am Mass from 9:30am to 7:00pm.
I am with you at all times, as long as the world will last. Our
loving Shepherd gave his life for us, his sheep. But he would
not let even death sever Himself from us.
Come adore, praise, thank God for his love and mercy. Bring
your petitions to Him and ask for His graces to do His will.
People needed to sign up for half hour or hour Adoration. Call Barbara McGeachen at 609-448-8399.
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RCIA Ministry - Adult Sacramental Preparation, Baptism,
Communion and or Conirmation – the RCIA. Rosemarie Constable 609-448-0974, Steve Pavone 732-446-7661, or Deacon
Tom Garvey 609-443-5699
Children under the age of 18, please contact the Religion Ofice
at 609-448-0141, x21 for English or x29 for Spanish
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Social Concerns - Clothing at Green House Barbara McGeachen 609-448-8399
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Social Justice Committee - Leigh or Lenore Isleib
609-448-6470
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Spiritual Direction - Mary Naylor 609-426-6144 or Sandra
Lopez 609-506-1010 by appointment
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
First Reading: Amos 6:1a, 4-7
The prophet warns the idle rich of his day that, since they had
been the irst to receive Israel’s bounty, and spent it on themselves, so it is only right that they should be the irst to “go into
exile.”
Second Reading: I Timothy 6:11-16
St. Paul tells Timothy how, as a pastor, he should act. He must
ight “the good ight” just as he, Paul had done. He must also
stay faithful to his baptismal profession of faith.
Gospel: Luke 16:19-31
Jesus proposes that the Pharisees He is addressing should care
for the poor, as opposed to the selishness of the anonymous
rich man in His example story. That behavior was against their
Scriptures and Jesus’ own teaching as well.
Youth Ministry – Kimberly Jaramillo 609-448-0141 x12
[email protected]
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For a complete listing of ministries and groups, please visit our
website.
The Joy of Stewardship
The sin of the rich man in today’s parable was not that he
was rich, but that he failed to share his wealth with the beggar at his gate. He knew Lazarus, perhaps walked by him
every time he came in or out, but did nothing to relieve his
suffering. Is there a Lazarus in my life? What am I doing to
help?
Thanks for sharing what God has given you
with our Parish!
Collection Schedule
Parking Lot Renovation in Progress!
Barring bad weather, it is anticipated that this project will take
3 weeks. During the work, we hope to keep some portion of the
parking lot available. During the weekends we expect
most of the parking lot to be available, however, some
areas might be temporarily patched. We will have
cones out to warn you of any unusable areas or any
areas where you might need to take extra caution.
There could be a day or two during the inal phase
where the parking lot won’t be available at all, but this should
be during the week when usage is light.
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10/2
10/9
10/16
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Weekly
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Catholic Schools
Building & Land Improvements
Monthly Offering
Catholic Schools
If small children need to visit the restroom or water
fountain during mass, they must be accompanied by an
adult. Thank you for your cooperation!
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Save your change….
for St. Anthony’s Helping Hands
All donations collected go to those in need in our own
community. During these summer months, families will
grow in love for each other, in service to the poor, and in
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prayer to God.
We will collect all change after Masses the weekend of
October 8 & 9
Our Social Concerns & Helping Hands ministries have combined to
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become
“HELPING HANDS”
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DOMINGO XVI DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO: Cfr. Lucas 16: 19-31
La medula del capítulo dieciséis es la actud del discípulo de
Jesús ante los bienes materiales. Con la parábola de hoy, la
liturgia prosigue con ese tema, ya considerado el domingo
pasado, solo que ahora enfoca a los fariseos como desnatarios de la enseñanza.
La lectura litúrgica deja fuera toda la sección de 14b -18 que
conene dichos heterogéneos. Uno parcularmente significavo es el de 16:16s que hace un parte aguas histórico ente
“La ley y los Profetas”, es decir, la revelación de Dios asentada en las Escrituras hebreas, y Juan Bausta, con el que
arranca la era de la salvación cumplida, la de la predicación
del Evangelio. Al núcleo de la proclamación pertenece esta
doctrina sobre los bienes, pero no es algo totalmente nuevo,
porque engarza en la tradicional de Israel, no lo que suplanta o derogue.
La parábola de hoy y se desarrolla en dos partes diferenciadas por la muerte. Antes de la muerte, tenemos un cuadro
habitual quizá a los contemporáneos de san Lucas. Un rico
lleva vida principesa, mientras que un pobre, rado a la
puerta de su casa, pasa hambre día con día. El desno de
uno y otro parecen sellados. Pero desde el instante mismo
de la muerte todo queda cambiado y las situaciones inverdas.
La segunda parte de la parábola coloca al pordiosero en el
seno de Abrahán, es decir en la posición de privilegio en un
banquete con el padre del pueblo, Abrahán, en tanto que el
rico va a dar al lugar de tormentos. Y entonces el rico si mira
a Lázaro. Es la desgracia propia la que puede sembrar la
semilla de la compasión. Por eso en esta parte de la parábola escuchamos los arrepenmientos y las jusficaciones,
inúles porque ya no hay remedio.
La riqueza ciega a los hombres. Por eso el Evangelio no es
otra cosa que un abrir los ojos al hermano desgraciado, un
movernos a ser solidarios y compadecidos. El Evangelio, no
remueve la Ley, al contrario, la hace más exigente a la obligación de socorrer a los necesitados. No hay que esperar a
que venga un hermano del mas allá, resucitado, a decirnos
lo que sucede tras la muerte. No hay necesidad, allí están la
revelación de Dios, los deberes sociales y los derechos humanos que nos hermanan a todos. Los bienes materiales deben
servirnos de puente para acercarnos unos a otros, no para
separarnos. Comparr los bienes es un modo precario ciertamente, pero urgente para cerrar la brecha clamorosa entre
ricos y pobres. Para eso también ha resucitado “un” Muerto,
que el crisano sabe quién es.
El egoísmo es un modo prácco de negar la resurrección de
los muertos. Si creemos que Jesús resucito, estamos obligados a comparr los bienes con los más ¿Cuándo? La parábola dice que cuanto antes; mañana puede ser demasiado tarde.
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Durante la misa, los niños pequeños deberán estar compañados
por un adulto cuando vayan al baño, o a la fuente de agua. Gracias por su cooperación.
SOBRE PARA LAS COLECTAS: Debido a unos percances con
la compañía actual que provee los sobres, hemos decido
cambiar de compañía, lo que significa que usted recibirá 1
paquete de sobres nuevos con un diseño diferente de la nueva compañía por favor hacer uso de ellos empezando el primer fin de semana de Sepembre.
OBISPO PIERRE CLAVERIE: Hoy 25 de Sepembre la parroquia ofrecerá un memorial de fe para el Obispo Claverie.
Todos están cordialmente invitados.
BENDICION DE ANIVERSARIO POR EL OBISPO 2016. A todas
las parejas que estarán celebrando el 1er, 25 o 50 Aniversario de matrimonio, se les invita al igual que a sus familiares
a la Misa para renovar sus votos matrimoniales y recibir una
bendición especial por parte del Obispo. La misa será el domingo 16 de Octubre, 2016 a las 3 pm en la Catedral Santa
Maria en Trenton, NJ. El úlmo día para registrarse será el
30 de Sepembre. Para más información comunicarse a la
oficina a la ext. 29.
PERMISOS Y CARTAS DE ELEGIBILIDAD. Las personas que
están buscando obtener una carta de recomendación, o un
cerficado de elegibilidad para ser padrinos, tendrán que ser
miembros acvos registrados. Si por alguna razón no le está,
por favor acercarse a la oficina para hacerlo, ya que el periodo de espera para expedir el permiso es de tres meses.
NOTICIAS DE LA OFICINA DE EDUCACION RELIGIOSA.
La oficina de Educación religiosa felicita a los niños que el
día de ayer recibieron el Sacramento de la Confirmación.
Que el Espíritu Santo derrame bendiciones en sus vidas.
REUNIONES DE A.A Todos los miércoles de 8 pm – 9 pm en
el edificio de la Iglesia. Para más información comunicarse
con Alberto Billini 908.670.3630
CELEBRACION DE BAUTISMO: El segundo sábado del mes al
mediodía.
PROCESO MATRIMONIAL: El proceso matrimonial es de un
año, las parejas deben estar registradas en la parroquia e
inmediatamente contactar al sacerdote para empezar el
proceso.
Pastor: Rev. Patrick J. McDonnell: 609 448 0141 ext. 18
Solamente para emergencias marcar ext. 30
Sacerdote de la misa los lunes: Fr. Tony Ramos
Oficina de Educación Religiosa Ximena Bustamante
609 448 0141 ext. 29
Confesiones al mediodía los domingos: Fr. Pat
Bauzos e Intensiones: Judith Cortez 609 336 7249
Grupo Juvenil: Kimberly Jaramillo 609 448 0141 x12
Quincenos: Octavia Jibaja 609 578 0898
Grupo de Oración: Patricia Sanabria 609 529 3007
Grupo Mariano: Milton Pinos 908 770 0893
RICA (Rito de Iniciación Crisana para Adultos)
José Luis Varela 609 977 6558
Ministerio de Música: Nelson Rivera 609 510 9891
Departamento de Matrimonio y Vida Familiar: Freddy y
Gloria Enríquez 609 937 8026
Servicios sociales para la comunidad Lana:
David Abalos 609 371 2435
Consejería y Dirección Espiritual: Sandra Lopez 609 506 1010
Richard Zimmer, Manager, N.J. Lic. No. 4589
J. Brent Barlow, N.J. Lic. No. 2826
Barlow and Zimmer
202 Stockton Street
Hightstown
FUNERAL HOME
Neighbor Helping Neighbor
Parish Member
Christine A. Thompson, N.J. Lic. No. 3625
BOHDAN “BO” BOBJAK
609-448-3456
Summer
Paint Special
609-585-8104
COLONIAL VALLEY COINS
Buying & Selling Coins & Paper Money • Gold & Silver Bullion
Tuesday-Friday 10am to 5pm • Saturday 10am-2pm • Sunday & Monday Appts. Only
92 N. Main St., Bldg. 14, Windsor, NJ
$299.00 + Tax
[email protected]
Paint only. Body work extra.
609.371.0005
[email protected] • www.colonialvalleycoins.com
4343 South Broad Street • Hamilton, NJ 08620
GUTTER DOCTORx
Joseph Caruso, DDS
208 South Main Street
Hightstown, NJ 08520
GUTTER CLEANING
609-586-2300
(609) 448-0243
Office Hours by Appointment
RESTAURANT
JOHN J. BUBLEWICZ
GARVEY PEST CONTROL, INC.
An Intelligent Approach to Pest Control
General Household Pest Control - Bees, Carpenter Ants
Small Animal & Bird Control • Termite Baiting
Moles, Voles, Mice & Rat Removal
Commercial/Residential
Tom Garvey, Member of Parish
448-0900
Licensed & Insured
(With Coupon)
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Compassionate Representation of the Injured
Personal Injury • Worker Compensation
Parishioner 609-426-8755
Heating & Cooling
Wills / Power of Attorney / Estates
Parishioner
609-371-HVAC (4822)
0% Financing for 36 months on approved systems*
*credit approval required
$89
FURNACE TUNE-UP
(reg. $109)
with coupon
BRENNAN LAW FIRM
ESTATE PLANNING • WILLS & TRUSTS • LAND USE
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE
609-443-8246
We Deliver
Down the Street From St. Anthony’s Church
www.fampizza.com
Family Owned and
Operated Since 1987
FREE INSPECTION
Licensed & Insured
73 N. MAIN STREET, CRANBURY, NJ
609-395-5533 • WWW.BRENNANLAW.ORG
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MOLD REMEDIATION
FOUNDATION REPAIR
609-386-6969
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609-469-3524
110 Main St.
Hightstown, NJ 08520
Best Mexican Food in
Town With a 4.5/5
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• Tree Removal
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• Lots Cleared
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• Trimming
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INSURED
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• Firewood
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TIMBERWOLF TREE SERVICE
568 St. Anthony of Padua, Hightstown, NJ (b) S
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