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Bulletin 08-14-2016 - Holy Trinity Church
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14 August 2016
Holy Trinity Church is a multiethnic community reflective of
her Catholic tradition, united in one holy, catholic, and apostolic
faith. Together we desire to adore the Triune God with the same
reverence and devotion as did our Blessed Mother and all the
saints. We invite all Catholics who have moved into the Hackensack~ Teaneck area to join us in worship and register as a
member of our parish. We invite those interested in becoming
Catholic to visit and join us in our faith and worship.
Hackensack~Teaneck, New Jersey
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The Roman Catholic Parish of
PASTORAL STAFF
Masses~Misas
Saturday Evening (anticipated)
5:00 PM; 6:30 PM (español)
Sunday
7:00 AM; 8:15 AM (español)
10:00 AM; 11:15 AM
12:30 PM
4 PM (Tagalog-2nd Sunday)
Rev. Paul J. Prevosto, pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Octavio Gonzalez
[email protected]
Rev. Jose Pablo Muralles
[email protected]
Rev. Doroteo Layosa
in residence
Mr. Julian Garcia, CRE
[email protected]
Miss Viviana Villa, office manager
[email protected]
Ms Lynn Berhalter, pastoral assistant [email protected]
TRUSTEES
Mr. Lawrence Peele, Trustee
Mr. Victor Villarraga, Trustee
Holy Days: Please consult bulletin
Monday-Friday:
7 AM, 8 AM, 12:10 PM
Saturday:
8:00 AM, 12:10 PM
Penance & Reconciliation
Saturdays: 4:00 – 4:45 PM
or by appointment
Baptism:
Please call to arrange for your
child’s baptism soon.
Por favor llame para registrarse
a su niño para el bautismo con
anticipación. Sacraments of
Christian Initiation:
Adults (12 yrs. and older) desiring to be baptized, confirmed or
become a Catholic please speak to
any priest or Mr. Julian Garcia.
CONTACTS
Telephone: 201-343-5170
FAX: 201-343-5067
Parish email: [email protected]
Parish Website: www.holytrinity1861.org
OFFICE HOURS
Monday & Thursday: 9:00 AM till 8:00 PM
Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:00 AM till 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM till 3:00 PM
Saturday: 1:00 PM till 6:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM till 1:00 PM
CEMETERY OFFICE: 201-342-2096
St. Joseph’s Cemetery located on Hackensack Avenue offers
graves, cremation niches, and mausoleums. Planning ahead
saves the family much worry and anxiety.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday:
Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab;
Ps 45:10-12, 16; 1 Cor 15:20-27;
Anointing of the Sick:
Please call for a priest to celeLk 1:39-56
brate this Sacrament of healing
Ez 28:1-10; Dt 32:26-28, 30, 35cd-36ab;
and forgiveness for someone who Tuesday:
Mt
19:23-30
is seriously ill. Do not wait until
the sick person is unconscious.
Wednesday: Ez 34:1-11; Ps 23:1-6; Mt 20:1-16
Thursday: Ez 36:23-28; Ps 51:12-15, 18-19;
Sacrament of Matrimony:
All Catholics should seek to
Mt 22:1-14
have their marriage blessed by the Friday:
Ez 37:1-14; Ps 107:2-9; Mt 22:34-40
Church so as to live in God’s good
Ez 43:1-7a; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14; Mt 23:1-12
grace. Contact a priest a year prior Saturday:
to the intended date of marriage to Sunday:
Is 66:18-21; Ps 117:1, 2;
ensure proper preparation for this
Heb 12:5-7, 11-13; Lk 13:22-30
Sacrament.
MASS INTENTIONS
SATURDAY A
M
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5:00 PM
Mary & Nicholas Gentile
6:30 PM
Wenceslao Contreras
SUNDAY August 14 T
S
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7:00 AM
People of the Parish
8:15 AM
Intenciones of Ana Cecilia Villarraga
10:00 AM
Margaret Williams
11:15 AM
Arnulfo Maldonado
12:30 PM
Phyllis Westlake
4:00 PM
Felicisima Soriano
MONDAY Aug. 15—A
B
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7:00 AM
Joseph J. Hickey
8:00 AM
Fr. Michael Fuino
12:10 PM
Luna Araneo
8:00 PM
Kathy Howard
TUESDAY August 16—Elizabeth of Hungary
7:00 AM
Conversion of Muslims
8:00 AM
Quintin Irizarry
12:10 PM
Thomas Costello
WEDNESDAY August 17
7:00 AM
Edward R. DeFeo
8:00 AM
Ubaldo Berta
12:10 PM
Felix McDonnell
THURSDAY August 18
7:00 AM
Conversion of Muslims
8:00 AM
Deaceased of the Fuino Family
12:10 PM
Fr. Joseph Slinger
FRIDAY August 19—John Eudes, priest
7:00 AM
Evelyn Watkins
8:00 AM
The Deceased of the Fuino Fmaily
12:10 PM
Fr. Salvatore Busichio
SATURDAY August 20—Barnard, abbot & doctor
8:00 AM
Chester Walker
12:10 PM
Edna M. Caldwell
A
M
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5:00 PM
Ron Pezzillo
6:30 PM
Mariano Valle
SUNDAY August 21 T
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7:00 AM
People of the Parish
8:15 AM
Melva Toro
10:00 AM
Henrietta Presti
11:15 AM
Laura Dugas
12:30 PM
Gary R. Hodler
Wisdom of the Saints
Human nature grows weary of always doing the same thing, and
it is God’s will to give us this opportunity of practicing two
great virtues. The first is perseverance, which will bring us to
our goal. The other is steadfastness, which overcomes the difficulties on the way.
—St. Vincent de Paul
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Raise up your heart after a fall, sweetly and gently, humbling
yourself before God in the knowledge of your misery, and do
not be astonished at you weakness, since it is not surprising that
weakness should be weak, infirmity infirm, and frailty frail.
—St. Francis de Sales
O soul pressed down by the corruptible body, and weighed
down by earthly thoughts, many and various; behold and see, if
you can, that God is truth.
—St. Augustine
Kelly-Gangi, Carol, ed. The Essential Wisdom of the Saints,
Fall River Press, New York, 2008.
Giving back to your parents with a Charitable
Gift Annuity
T
Are you looking for the perfect gift for your aging parents that
would guarantee income for life? Consider opening up a charitable gift annuity with the Archdiocese of Newark. A charitable
gift annuity can provide payments with direct deposit to your
aging parents now and a gift to their parish later, all while
providing you with both piece of mind and an income tax deduction. If you would like information on this unique gift,
please contact Theresa Lynch, Planned Giving Manager, Archdiocese of Newark (973) 497-4042 or by e-mail at
[email protected]
MEETINGS
Finance Council
Sept 07 7:30
Rectory
The Sanctuary Lamp burning before the Blessed Sacrament
is donated in memory of Brian Coyle
The Bread & Wine offered at Mass this week are donated in
Memory of Brian Coyle
Knights of Columbus
Aug 16 8:00
Council Chambers
Spiritual Renewal
Aug 22 7:30
Rectory
Human Concerns
Sept 12 7:00
30 Maple
Our Parish Community prays for the sick:
St. Vincent de Paul
Sept 13 7:00
Convent
Andrea deGedrinsky, Evelyn DiDomenic, Peter Klotz, Phyllis
Maher, Martin McCormack, Jose & Dorothy Nogueras, Carol
Yaner /Brett Struble, Murray Family// Louis Madison,///Rubi
Nieto, Eileen Kelly, Jesus Sanchez////Jair Alberto Cuartas, Willy
Medrano, Hurley Family, Marquez Family, Rose Smith, baby
Gavanti, Dr. Kailas
Please pray for our Faithful Departed & their loved ones
Esperanza Guarin, Joseph Cox
Pastoral Council
Sept 14 7:30
Parish Hall
Amor de Dios
Lunes
7:00
Parish Hall
Rosario
Lunes
7:00
Chapel
CCC
Viernes 7:30
Parish Hall
HT Prayer Group
Thurs.
7:30
30 Maple
Fil-Am: Officers
Sept 03 7:30
30 Maple
Prayer for Our Troops
Lord, hold our troops in your loving
hands. Protect them as they protect us.
Bless them and their families for the
selfless acts they perform for us in our
time of need. We ask this through
Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
Amen.
Fil-Am Ministry
July 24 1:30
Parish Hall
Children's Choir
Tues
Choir Loft
7:00
STEWARDSHIP
Last Sunday’s Collection/Colecta de Domingo Pasado:$7151.00
Maintenance Collection/Colecta de Mantenimiento: $5570.00
F
rom now on a household of five will be
divided, three against two and two against
three.
Our Lord Jesus liked to speak in hyperbole,
that literary device of exaggeration in order to make a point.
"Do you think that I have come to establish peace on the earth?
No, I tell you, but rather division. From now on a household of
five will be divided, three against two and two against three..."
he said to his disciples. At first it seems harsh and cold but in
reality it is often very true. In my own family I have had aunts
and uncles apostatize to Jehovah's Witness, other's refuse marriage in the church or others divorce, and many grow slothful in
the practice of their religion. These options taken by our own
family and sometimes ourselves has caused hurt and division in
the family.
It is simply about conviction. If we are convicted to our
Catholic religion then we will be in conflict with the way of the
world and might even be so with the ones we love most dearly.
We are not only Catholics but citizens of the world and so being
very much a part of the culture we are all susceptible to the ways
of society, good or bad. It takes a strong faith and conviction to
our Church to stand up in the adversity that comes for society in
general and even from family. St. Thomas Aquinas wanted to
be a Dominican preacher, but his family objected to such a lowly life of evangelical poverty that they locked him up in a dungeon and sent him women to dissuade him of the evangelical
life. My friend Fr. Joe was lamenting the fact that his nieces/
nephews are often not baptizing their babies. This is the first
time in nearly 2000 years that people in his family are not baptized. Yes, if we are convicted to our Catholic faith it will not
only affect our social lives, and our standing in the community
but even our families. We may have to let go of relationships
that we cherished in the past to follow Jesus more closely. When
my aunt and uncle became Jehovah's Witnesses, they would
begin to proselytize at family gatherings. They were clearly told
that as family they are welcome to our home, but that we are
Catholics and they must stop their proselytizing or otherwise
stay away. So while a division has occurred in the family, we
didn't stop loving them and hoping for their turning back to Jesus.
To be a convicted Catholic means we love God with all
our being and we love our enemies - be they attackers of our
lives or of our faith. Another person's disbelief (Don't we have
our doubts?), immoral acts (aren't we all sinners?), rejection of
the Catholic faith (Are we the greatest of Catholics ourselves?),
or indifference (How about our sins of omission?) do not allow
us to stop loving and caring. Yes, we remain Catholic even
when we associate with others who do not "measure up" as Jesus showed us when he sat and ate with "sinners (breakers of the
Mosaic laws) and tax-collectors". And when our Catholic faith
causes others to reject us and separate us from family and/or
community, we must accept it, remain true to Jesus, and go forward hoping in the resurrection to eternal life and immersing
ourselves in the love of God which conquers every adversity
that comes our way. Our conviction may bring on division in the
present world, but nevertheless it will certainly bring on our
union with Christ
and all the
saints.
Pax Christi,
Fr. Paul
WE ARE LIVING STONES
4 Year Goal: $590,000.00
Pledged: $398,333.05
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN NEWS
It is my hope that everyone pledges something. Success is
determined on how many give not how much is given.
You are also invited to visit the parish website, holytrinity1861.org, wher e ther e is a link to the W e are L iving
Stones website, and there you can make a pledge. Be sure to
designate Holy Trinity Church, Hackensack. That is very important so that we receive our due portion of the campaign.
The We Are Living Stones Committee
From a homily in praise of the Virgin Mother by Saint Bernard,
abbot
It was fitting that the Virgin should give birth only to God; and it
was also fitting that God should be born only of the Virgin. Accordingly, the Creator of mankind, in order that he might become a man by
being born a human being, had to seek out from among all mankind
and designate as his mother a woman he knew would be worthy of him
and pleasing to him. And so he chose a sinless virgin, that he might be
born sinless and free of all stain. He chose a humble virgin, from
whom he might come forth meek and humble of heart, to display a
most necessary and salutary model of these virtues for all mankind.
Thus he allowed a virgin to conceive, in whom he had earlier inspired
a vow of virginity, and required of her the merit of humility.
Otherwise how could the angel afterward pronounce her full of
grace, if she had the slightest good quality which did not come from
grace? Thus she, who was to conceive and bring forth the holy of holies, must be sanctified physically and so she received the gift of virginity; that she might be sanctified spiritually, she received the gift of
humility.
The Virgin then, adorned like a queen with the jewels of virtue, shone
with the glory of body and soul; and seen on high as radiantly beautiful, she so attracted the inhabitants of heaven that she moved the heart
of the King with desire for her and brought down from above the heavenly message. Scripture says: The angel was sent to a virgin. For she
was truly virgin in body, virgin in mind, a virgin by her special calling,
sanctified, as the Apostle reminds us, in both mind and body. This
came about by no unforeseen or accidental occurrence; she was chosen
from eternity, foreknown and prepared by the Most High for himself,
guarded by the angels, prefigured by the patriarchs, and promised by
the prophets.
Sanctity of Life
Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat
Rachel’s Vineyard retreat for those who have experienced
an abortion is Sept 9-11, 2016. Call Cheryl Riley at 973497-4350 for more info. Confidential.
On Capital Punishment
“Indeed, nowadays the death penalty is unacceptable,
however grave the crime of the convicted person,” Francis
said on the message released on Tuesday.
“It is an offence to the inviolability of life and to the dignity of the human person; it likewise contradicts God’s plan
for individuals and society, and his merciful justice...
“It does not render justice to victims, but instead fosters
vengeance.”
Pope Francis, June 21, 2016
SPIRITUAL LIFE
IN THE COMMUNITY
LA VIDA ESPIRITUAL
EN LA COMUNIDAD
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Holy Trinity Prayer Group - charismatic prayer every Thursday at 7:30 PM at 30 Maple
Adoration - every first Friday from 12:30 to 10:00 PM
Healing Your Family Tree
& Generational Healing
Place: Holy Trinity Church Parish Hall
Date: Saturday Aug. 20th, 2016 8:45 am—4:00 pm
Speaker:
Fr. Bill Halbing
Pre-Registration: $15.00 includes Breakfast, Lunch
& Refreshments
Forms available in the rectory
Pre-reg deadline Aug 16
Walk-In:
$20.00 includes Breakfast, Lunch
& Refreshments
Sponsored by the Spiritual Life Apostolate, HTC Prayer Group
Dominican Sisters of Hawthrone
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4-6, 2016
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We invite young women who are thinking of a religious vocation to join us for a weekend of sharing in our life or prayers and
apostolate. Reservations are required. For more info call Sister
Alma Marie at 845-745-1319 or [email protected]cans.org
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Meeting September 12 at 7:00 PM
Readers at Mass
Meeting September 12 at 7:30 PM
OFFERING
MASSES FOR
THE REPOSE
OF SOULS
It is customary not only to
visit the graves of our dearly departed,
but also to have Masses offered for
the eternal repose of their souls. Having a Mass offered for the repose of a
soul, and offering our own prayers, is
more beneficial and comforting than a card or bouquet of flowers.
From the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC):
“From the beginning the church has honored the memory of the
dead and offered prayers in suffrage for them, above all the Eucharistic sacrifice, so that, thus purified, they may attain the beatific vision of God” (CCC #1032).
Contact or visit the Rectory Office at 201-343-5170 to
have a Mass offered for a soul who may need your prayers to be
freed from Purgatory and enter Paradise! There are many Masses available for this year.
A Ministry to those Seeking an Annulment
LynnBerhalter,ofourparishhasreceivedformaltraining
toministerasPastoral Advocate tothosewhomighthavea
case for marriage nullity. Those interested in information
andhelpinthismattercanreachouttohereverysecondand
fourthThursdayofthemonthfrom2:00PMto4:00PM.
Pleasemakeanappointmentat201‐343‐5170.
ThesamepastoralservicewillbeofferedbyFr.LarryEvans,
Ms Sally Zeuner and Fr. Fernando Guillen of St. Francis of
AssisiChurch.Thoseinterestedmayreachouttothemevery
irst and third Monday of the month from 3:00 PM to 4:30
PMatSt.FrancisChurch,114Mt.VernonSt.,Ridge ieldPark.
Callforanappointmentat201‐641‐6464.
FOOD PANTRY NEEDS
Thefoodpantryisinneedofthefollowingdonationsin
ordertoservethelessfortunateinourcommunity.Please
donatethefollowingitems:Cereal, oatmeal, canned
vegetables, soup, tuna ish, pasta, rice, beans, tomato
sauce and paste, coffee, tea, peanut butter, soap,
shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, and other
nonperishable products. Pleasebringthemtothe
vestibuleintherearofthechurch.
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Wednesday,August17foronly$29.00
MakeareservationwithReginaat201‐487‐9147
The Wedding of the Sea in Atlantic City
Monday, August 15
Mass of the Assumption of Mary at Boardwalk Hall at 12 Noon
Miss America 1984, Suzette Charles will sing the
National Anthem. Bishop Sullivan will celebrate the Mass and
Kenny and Marie McMenamy will provide the music. After
Mass, we’ll process to the surf for the Wedding of the Sea. Bp
Sullivan & Mayor Guardian will enter an Atlantic City lifeboat
for the traditional wreath toss. Boardwalk Hall, located at
Mississippi Avenue and the Boardwalk, will open at 11 AM.
Wedding of the Sea Festival at St. Michael's fr om 12:30 to
6 PM. Ten restaurant vendors and a beer garden. Carnival
games, face painting and a balloon artist. Live music and a DJ.
St. Michael's is located at 10 North Mississippi Avenue. For
additional info visit weddingofthesea.org
YOUR KIDS WILL THANK YOU FOR GOING
ON A MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER WEEKEND!
On a Marriage Encounter weekend married couples can get
away from jobs, kids, chores, and phones for 44 hours—and
focus only on each other. If you’d like greater depth, growth, and
enrichment in your relationship, you’ll like the difference a
Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend can make! For more
information, contact Janet and Mike Turco 973 427-7016 or 609
335- 6880 ([email protected]) or go to nnjwwme.org.
Solemnity of the Assumption of
the Blessed Virgin Mary
Monday, August 15
Mass at 8:00 PM
Candlelit Procession
following Mass with Rosary
NATIONAL ROSARY CRUSADE
Pray the Rosary Daily!
Please include this Intention:
Protect our Right to Freely Practice
our Religion
(Rosaries and Pamphlets are available in the rectory)
Donald Hill Seton Hall Scholarship
Any parishioner going to Seton Hall is eligible for a
grant to attend Seton Hall University. If you are attending or
plan to attend please come to the rectory and get an application.
Fr. Paul
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e are excited to announce online CCD registra on for the upcoming 2016‐2017 school year replacing a paper
‐ based process for registra‐
on. This is to streamline registra on process at your convenience and input all registra on into a database. Your registra on for your child(ren) is now available online at our Holy Trinity web‐
site star ng June 1st 2016. Please login to our website: www.holytrinity1861.org click CCD‐Religious Ed link. All Registra on forms are readily available for you to fill in all informa on, submit and pay online. The rectory religious educa on office will be available for anyone who does not have access to computer and will assist in registering online. Please contact and make an appointment with Mr. Julian Garcia, Coordinator for Religious Educa on. Website: www.holytrinity1861.org
Link: CCD- Religious Ed
NJ Catholic Charismatic Conference
Celebrating
the Jubilee Year of Mercy
and the Charismatic Renewal
Immaculate Heart Academy, Washington Township
Date:
Speaker:
Healing Service:
Confessions:
Mass:
Friday, August 19 at 6:00 PM thru August 20
Dr. Ralph Martin (Fri 7PM, Sat 9AM, 10:45)
3:00 PM Saturday—Mr. Bob Canton
1:00 PM Saturday
7:00 PM Saturday
Beginning January 1, 2017
Sunday:
Saturday Eve:
Beginning January 1, 2017
English: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM, & 12:30 PM
Spanish: 8:15 AM & 6:30 PM
English: 5:00 PM
“Let us ask the Lord that we may all be men and women who
keep the memory of God alive in ourselves, and are able to
awaken it in the hearts of others. Amen.—Pope Francis
Faith Journey for the next generation…..Pass it on!
We need you; Christ needs you.
By becoming a catechist of our young disciples and nurturing
their faith, you will grow in your own faith. One catechist said,
“I entered the classroom unsure of how I’d be received. But as
I taught them about Jesus and his love for us, they began to
hear the Word, open their hearts, and grow in their faith. It was
not me but Jesus whom they encountered.”
If interested or for more information contact:
Mr. Julian Garcia, Coordinator for Religious Education at
(201) 343-5170
We have 400+ disciples to catechize. Your gift of faith is needed. CCD classes are offered Sunday mornings and Thursday
evenings providing you with the time that fits your schedule.
SOMOS PIEDRAS VIVAS
Campaña Capital
Meta: $590,000.00
Prometido: $398,333.05
MISAS PARA EL
REPOSO DE ALMAS
Es costumbre de no sólo visitar las tumbas de nuestros difuntos,
sino también de ofrecer Misas por el descanso eterno de sus almas. Ofrecer una Misa por el descanso de almas, y nuestras oraciones propias, es más beneficioso y reconfortante que una tarjeta o un ramo de flores.
El Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica (CIC) enseña:
“Desde los primeros tiempos, la Iglesia ha honrado la memoria
de los difuntos y ha ofrecido sufragios
en su favor, en particular el sacrificio
eucarístico, para que, una vez purificados, puedan llegar a la visión beatífica
de Dios” (CIC # 1032).
Contacte o bien visite la oficina para
apuntar una Misa para las almas que
necesitan de nuestras oraciones! Hay
muchas misas disponibles este año. Un a
misa en ingles tiene el mismo merito
como en español.
Solemnidad de la Asunción de
la Virgen María
Lunes
15 de Agosto
Misa a las 8:00 PM
Procesión de las Velas
después de la Misa
con el Rosario
Empezando 1 de Enero 2017
Sábado (misa anticipada):
Domingo:
solo Inglés: 5:00 PM
Inglés: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM, y 12:30PM
Español: 8:15 AM y 6:30PM
Es mi esperanza que todo el mundo hace una promesa. Éxito no se
determina por la cantidad que se esta prometido, sino que por el
numero que participan. Gracia por todo.
CRUZADA NACIONAL DE ROSARIO
Rezar el Rosario diariamente!
Por favor, incluya esta intención:
PROTEGER
NUESTRO DERECHO A PRACTICAR LIBREMENTE
NUESTRA RELIGIÓN
Rosarios y instrucciones son disponibles en la
rectoría.
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El Sacramento de Reconciliación: El sábado a las 4-4:45 PM
o por cita.
El Sacramento del Bautismo: Por favor llame par a r egistrarse a su niño para el bautismo con anticipación.
Los Sacramentos de Iniciación: Adultos (aquellos tienen 12
años o más) que buscan el bautismo o confirmación debe preguntar acerca de RCIA o Catequesis de Adultos con el Padre.
El Sacramento de la Unción de los Enfermos: Por favor llame a sacerdote a celebrar este sacramento de sanación y perdón
para alguien que está enfermo gravemente. Favor de no esperar
hasta que el enfermo este inconsciente.
El Sacramento del Matrimonio: Las par ejas deben contactar a un sacerdote con un año de anterioridad a la fecha deseada
del matrimonio. Es un pecado grave no casarse sin el Sacramento o la permisión del obispo.
Ven y Ora con Nosotros
Hora Santa
Santa - Todos los viernes a las 6:30 PM en la iglesia
Adoración - El primer viernes de la mes desde las 12:30 hasta
las 10:00 PM en la capilla
CCC - Una hora de reflexión de la Biblia cada viernes a las
7:30 PM en Salón Parroquial
Amor de Dios - Grupo de Oración todos los lunes a las 7:00
PM en Salón Parroquial
El Rosario - Todos los lunes a las 7:00 PM en la capilla.
REGISTRARSE COMO FELIGRÉS
Ventajas del Registro
1. Elegibilidad para ser un padrino o madrina
2. Las tarifas de feligrés para bodas y funerales
3. Prueba de residencia para la inmigración y una recomendación positiva del párroco que Ud. contribuye a la
sociedad y la iglesia.
4. Recibir los sobres para que pueda contribuir al bienestar de su parroquia.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
Holy Trinity Church #007418
34 Maple Avenue
Hackensack, NJ 07601
TELEPHONE
201 343-5170
CONTACT PERSON
Fr. Paul Prevosto
EMAIL: [email protected]
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Adobe Acrobat XI
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TRANSMISSION TIME
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SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
August 14, 2016
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