March 1st, 2015

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March 1st, 2015
The Parish Family of
SAINT JOSEPH
115 East Fort Lee Road, Bogota, New Jersey 07603
Second Sunday of Lent
March 1st, 2015
Rev. Timothy G. Graff, Pastor
Rev. Marty B. Jacinto, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Paul Importico
The Eucharist
Saturday Eve: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am & 12 Noon
Spanish Mass: Sunday 1:30pm
Misa en español todos los domingos a las 1:30 pm
Weekdays: 8am
Civic Holidays, 9am only
Consult bulletin for special Mass times
for Holy Days of Obligation
Sacrament information on page two—Información de Sacramento en la página dos
Rectory Office
201-342-6300
Fax: 201-883-9392
[email protected]
St. Joseph Academy
201-487-8641
Fax: 201-487-7405
[email protected]
Faith Formation/REC
201-343-4316
Fax: 201-883-9392
[email protected]
Parish website: http://www.stjosephbogota.org
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March 1st, 2015
Saint Joseph Parish Mission Statement
Declaración de la Misión de la Parroquia de San José
We, the people of Saint Joseph Parish, by the grace of God,
born again in the waters of Baptism, seek to create a
community where our mutual faith in Jesus as Lord and
Savior, encourages us to continue growing as disciples. We
believe that discipleship is a way of life. We strive to show
that we are committed disciples, eager to welcome the
stranger, feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, and comfort
the bereaved. Inspired by God’s word and nourished by the
Eucharist, we pledge ourselves to active discipleship all for
God’s greater glory and honor.
Nosotros, la gente de la parroquia San José, por la gracia de
Dios, nacidos de nuevo en las aguas del bautismo, buscamos
crear una comunidad donde nuestra fe en común en Jesús
como Señor y Salvador, nos anime a seguir creciendo como
discípulos. Creemos que el discipulado es una manera de
vida. Nos esforzamos por demostrar que somos discípulos
comprometidos, deseosos de dar la bienvenida al extranjero,
alimentar al hambriento, abrigar al desprotegido y confortar
al afligido. Inspirados en la palabra de Dios y alimentados
por la Eucaristía, nos comprometemos a ser discípulos
activos para mayor gloria y honra de Dios.
New Parishioners/Nuevos Feligreses:
Welcome to our Parish Community! Please register at the Rectory and feel free to contact anyone on our staff regarding the Parish
and its activities. Bienvenido a nuestra comunidad parroquial! Favor de registrarse en la Rectoría y no dude en ponerse en contacto
con cualquier persona en nuestro personal con respecto a la parroquia y las actividades
CONTACT INFORMATION
Pastor
Rev. Timothy G. Graff……...…[email protected]
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Marty Jacinto……....…[email protected]
Deacon Paul Importico……[email protected]
Principal, Saint Joseph Academy
Mr. James R. Newman….…[email protected]
Administrative Assistant, School
Mrs. Sandra Angeli……..…[email protected]
Pastoral Director, Faith Formation
Mrs. Patricia Rodriguez…[email protected]
Program Coordinator, Faith Formation
Mrs. Noemi Saybe……[email protected]
Protecting God’s Children
Mrs. Diane Maglione………[email protected]
Director of Music
Mr. Michael Chladil……[email protected]
Business Manager
Mrs. Nancy Conforti……[email protected]
Administrative Assistants, [email protected]
Ms. Laura Croce………………[email protected]
Sr. Elaine Sullivan, FSP………[email protected]
Rectory Office Hours:
Mon-Thurs…..9:00am-7:30pm
Friday……….9:00am-7:00pm
Saturday…….9:00am-4:00pm
Closed Sundays
Sacrament of Reconciliation
El Sacramento de la Reconciliación
Every Saturday evening, from 4:00pm to 5:00pm.
Segundo y cuarto sábado de cada mes a las 4:00 pm y los
domingos a las 2:00 pm
Sacrament of Baptism
El Sacramento de Bautismo
Please call the Rectory Office to make arrangements for
Baptisms the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month during mass.
Segundo domingo de cada mes durante la Misa de las 1:30
de la tarde. Por favor, llame a Rosa Sánchez
(201-836-0861) para hacer los preparativos.
Sacrament of Matrimony
El Sacramento de Matrimonio
Arrangements should be made with a member of the clergy
at least 12 months in advance.
Llama al Padre Timoteo para hacer los preparativos.
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
Uncion de los Enfermos
If you or a family member is in the hospital and wish to be visited
by a priest, please call the parish office . If you call after hours,
please leave a message for Father Tim or Father Marty and they
will get back to you as soon as possible. Por favor, llame al la
rectoría para solicitor la visita del sacerdote. Si se llama en
la noche, deje un mensaje para el padre Tim (x212)
The invitation to follow Christ is unending. We invite...those who
have never been baptized, but have the desire; those who are
baptized, but have not yet received Eucharist/Confirmation; those
who have thought of becoming Catholic, but have never acted upon
it; those who have questions to ask...to find out more about the
Catholic faith or to prepare to receive the Sacrament of Baptism,
Eucharist, and/or confirmation through the RCIA. For more
information call the rectory or speak to Father Tim.
March 1st, 2015
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PARISH CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK
Sun Caf 10:00a -11:30a Spanish Pre-Baptism
MC 10:00a -12:00p RCIA Mass, Dismissal
MC 12:00p -1:15p Spanish RCIA
Gym 1:00p -5:00p Basketball
CH 7:00p -8:00p Mission
CH Mission-8am 10am 12pm 1:30pm
Mon Gym 3:00p -10:00p Basketball
Cls 6:00p -7:00p Gr 4 GS Troop (3rdGrRm)
CR 7:00p -9:00p ESL Class
Caf 7:00p -9:30p Spanish Prayer Group
Gym H 7:00p -9:00p GS Leader Mtg
CH 7:00p -8:00p Mission
Tue Caf 3:30p -5:00p FFSessions Gr.1-5
Caf 7:00p -8:15p FFSessions Gr.6-8
CR 7:00p -9:00p ESL Class
CH 7:30p -8:30p Parish Penance Service
Gym 8:15p -10:00p Girls BB
Wed Gym 3:00p -10:00p Basketball
Caf 5:00p -6:15p GS Troop 5752
3S 7:00p -9:00p ESL Class
CH 7:00p -9:00p Weekly Choir Rehearsal
CR 7:00p -9:00p ESL Class
3M 7:00p -9:00p ESL Class
Thu Caf 3:00p -5:00p Gr 7 GS Troop
Gym 3:00p -10:00p Basketball
CR 7:00p -9:00p ESL Class
Fri CH 8:00a -9:00a SJA School Mass
Caf 12:00p -1:30p Gr3 GS Troop
Gym 3:00p -10:00p Basketball
Caf 5:30p -6:30p Daisy Troop ([email protected]:15)
CH 7:00p -8:30p Stations of the Cross
Sat Gym 7:00a -9:45a Retreat SETUP
CH 8:30a -9:15a Lectio Divina
Caf 4:30p -8:00p Confirmation DAY Retreat
Sun Caf 9:00a -10:00a HNS Meeting
SS 9:00a -10:00a Set up LOWC
CH 10:00a -11:00a Lit of the WORD w/Children
Caf 10:00a -11:30a LOWC
MC 10:00a -12:00p RCIA Mass, Dismis., 1st Scrutiny
CH 12:00p -1:00p Girl Scout Sunday
Gym 1:00p -5:00p Basketball
Caf 2:30p -6:00p Spanish Couples
Offering for Sunday, February 22nd, 2015—$ 8,001.29
(Ofrenda del domingo anterior)
Food— $ 200.00
Maintenance— $ 205.00
Ash Wednesday—$ 1,140.00
As always, we are most grateful for all of your help.
We can give generously to those in need because you give to us.
God Bless You!
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MASSES FOR THE WEEK
Saturday
5:30pm
Sunday
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
February
Frank Trombetta
March
Mary Walles
John Roche, Jr
Danilo Landayan
28
Req
1
Req
Req
Req
Monday
8:00am
2
Req Diane
Zimmerman
3
Req Mary M. Early
4
Req Angela Yannotti
5
Req Agnes & John
Hughes
March
6
Elizabeth (Lil) Quinn Req Haase Family
March
7
Jean Villamaria
Req Corazon Bautista
Joseph G. Toth
Angela Yannotti
Bridie & John
Arlene Tierney
March
Kenny John
Zimmerman
Tuesday
March
8:00am Marion Donegan
Wednesday March
8:00am Bryan Joseph Shaw
Thursday March
8:00am Patricia Rushforth
Friday
8:00am
Saturday
8:00am
5:30pm
Sunday
8:00am
John Patrick Carroll
Req Mary Carroll
March
8
The Living & Deceased Members of the
Holy Name Society
Req Janice
10:00am Kenneth
Neuschwanter
Neuschwanter
12:00pm Joseph Ermilio
Req Robert & Joyce
Ermilio and
Family
LENTEN PENANCE SERVICES
We will have 2 Communal Reconciliation
Services for Lent. The first will be on
Tuesday, March 3rd as part of the Parish
Mission. The second will be on Tuesday, March 10th at 7:00.
Reconciliation will be available in both English & Spanish
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
All are invited to pray the Stations of the Cross on the
Fridays of Lent. They will be prayed in English at 7:00 and
Spanish at 8:00. Come and walk in the footsteps of the Lord as
we learn from him the ways of humility and holiness.
SAINT JOSEPH FEAST DAY
Please join us on Thursday March 19
For mass and fellowship to celebrate our
Patron Saint. Mass will be at 7:30 PM where
we will have the blessing of the bread
followed by refreshments in the cafeteria.
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March 1st, 2015
From the Office of Faith Formation
(FF)
201-343-4316
FAITH
SUNDAY
[email protected]
FORMATION CALENDAR
TUESDAY
SATURDAY
March 1, 2015
March 3, 2015 ONE FF Session
March 7, 2015
Regular Mass schedule and the
3:50-5:00 pm YES, Gr. 1-5 have classes
Confirmation DAY Retreat
Candidates need to arrive at 10:30
First Day for the Parish Mission. All our 7:00-8:15 pm NO Session for Gr. 6-8
am sharp! At the gym of SJA.
Faith Formation families are invited to
Both sessions are invited to attend the
Dismissal at 9:30 pm.
attend (more information in this bulletin)
Parish Mission
SUNDAY
TUESDAY
March 8, 2015
March 10, 2015 FF Sessions
10:00 am Mass and Liturgy of the Word 3:50-5:00 pm Session for Gr. 1-5
with Children
7:00-8:15 pm Session for Gr. 6-8
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GOSPEL QUESTION of the Week of March 1, 2015 Gospel:
Mk 9, 2-10
Remember to answer both questions. Please write clearly.
Listen and Reflect:
What color was the garment of Jesus during the transfiguration?
Living the Gospel:
From the cloud came a voice, “This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.”
Tell us the way you get to listen to God:
GETTING TO KNOW OUR CATECHISTS
MICHAEL ADRIANCE.
My name is Michael Adriance, an 8 grade catechist on Tuesday nights. I have
been in St. Joseph Parish for over 30 years. My three children went to school at St. Joseph and in the past my wife, Patty
Fitzgerald Adriance, taught there for 7 years. I grew up in the Catholic faith. There were so many people in my life who
gave a wonderful witness to the merciful love that our God has for us. I have been blessed so I wanted to share with others
what has been shared with me.
When I began teaching as a catechist I had no background in teaching. I’ve received training along the way. I prayed that
God would work through me. I pray for my students. I pray that they may come to know that our merciful God loves us
with a passionate love. He yearns for us with a burning desire. This is the message that I try to teach my students. I pray
for others to come forward to share their talents and gifts as well. Hear the call of God and respond. He will do the rest.
Oficina de Catecismo
La tarea del evangelio semanal debe traerse a la siguiente clase. Ahora les invitamos a conocer a nuestros catequistas:
MICHAEL ADRIANCE.
Mi nombre es Michael Adriance, un catequista de octavo grado los martes en
la noche. He venido a San Jose mas de treinta años. Mis tres hijos asistieron a esta escuela y anteriormente, mi esposa
Patty Fitzgerald Adriance enseno en esta escuela durante siete años. Crecí en la fe Católica. Hubo mucha gente en mi
vida que me dieron un testimonio fabuloso del amor misericordioso que Dios nos tiene.
He sido bendecido. Por tanto, quise compartir con los demás lo que me han compartido otros a mi. Cuando yo comencé a
catequizar no tenia experiencia. He sido adiestrado en el transcurso. Yo oro para Dios obre a través de mi. Oro por mis
estudiantes. Oro para que vengan a conocer sobre cuanto nos ama este Dios misericordioso -con un amor apasionado.
El nos anhela con un deseo ardiente. Este es el mensaje que trato de transmitirle a mis estudiantes. También oro para
que mas personas se adelanten a compartir sus talentos. Escucha la voz de Dios y respóndele. El hará el resto.
March 1st, 2015
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From Saint Joseph Academy
201-487-8641
SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY
GRADUATES EARN HONORS
Academy of the Holy Angels
Zulay Figueroa—Sophomore—Honor Roll
Sheena Santos—Junior—Honor Roll
Chsitina McCarthy—Sophomore—Principal’s List
Congratuatlations, and keep up the good work!
Q: What does a nosey pepper do?
A: Gets jalapeno business!
Q: What do you call a fake noodle?
A: An Impasta!
TUITION ANGEL FUND
As we know, the downturn of the economy in recent
years has had a tremendous impact on all of us. Many families
who have students in Catholic schools feel the ever increasing
pressures of meeting their family's needs along with the additional
impact of tuition.
We here at Saint Joseph Academy have established a
"Tuition Angel Fund". The purpose of the fund is to help families
who are struggling financially yet are committed to providing their
child(ren) with a Catholic education. We look to our parishioners
to help us keep this vital resource available to the young families of
our parish. Please consider making regular donations to this fund
knowing that you are helping spread the word of God through your
generosity by supporting some very needy families and their children in Saint Joseph Academy. Donations may also be made in
memory of a loved one or a friend with an acknowledgement being sent to their family. We even have children that look to share
their blessings by asking their families to make donations to the
"Tuition Angel" fund instead of receiving presents at birthdays,
holidays, etc.
Also, if your resources are such, please consider
"adopting" a student, thus supporting a student(s) by paying all or
part of the monthly tuition. We have many single parents
and families who desperately would like their child to attend Saint
Joseph Academy but do not have the resources to pay. Please feel
free to add your check to the weekly Vestibule Area-lection basket
in an envelope clearly marked "Tuition Angel" or contact the
school office for more information at 201-487-8641. May God
bless your generosity. Your donations can truly make a difference
in a young child's life.
[email protected]
SJA
Spotlight
First Grade
Mrs. Patricia Capizzi
In honor of Dental Health Week,
first graders at St. Joseph Academy, were happily visited by
Georgette Bennardo-Meggelen
D.D.S, Aliza E. Staiman, D.D.S,
and Dental Hygienist Jennifer
Casey, of The Dentists L.L.C., in
Teaneck. . The students were
excited to participate in a
question and answer discussion
with the doctors and hygienist affiliated with the practice.
They were also instructed in proper brushing techniques. In
addition to this, a short film on Dental Health was shown to
the students. Each student received a gift from the doctors
which included a LightUp Timer toothbrush, toothpaste,
flossers and a traveling case. The doctors are located at
948 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, N.J. They can be reached at
(201) 836-2720. We thank the doctors, and hygienist of The
Dentists L.L.C., for a truly enjoyable learning experience.
Their visit was organized by Nurse Emily Wong for students in the lower hall at St. Joseph Academy.
Above: SJA student, Mary Zaky, demonstrating proper
tooth brushing techniques with Georgette BennardoMeggelen D.D.S, Aliza E. Staiman, D.D.S, and Dental
Hygienist Jennifer Casey, of The Dentists L.L.C., in
Teaneck.
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March 1st, 2015
LISTEN AND FOLLOW
“This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.” And listen
they did. From that moment on, Peter, James, and John were
ardent followers, forsaking everything to follow in their
Master’s footsteps. Like the psalmist crying, “O Lord, I am
your servant,” the three disciples committed themselves to
lives of incredible hardship and indescribable joy. After that
day on the mountain, they never again wavered in their
chosen vocation.
Though our tests may not be as severe as Abraham’s
and our peak experiences not as dramatic as the
Transfiguration, we all face the daily challenges of walking
“before the Lord in the land of the living.” As we follow our
varied calls to love and serve, let’s be comforted by Paul’s
reminder to the Romans: “If God is for us, who can be
against us?” Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
ESCUCHA Y SIGUE
“Este es mi Hijo amado; escúchenlo”. Y sí que lo escucharon.
Desde ese momento, Pedro, Santiago y Juan fueron sus ardientes
seguidores, desechándolo todo para seguir las huellas del
Maestro. Tal como proclama el salmista, “Señor, he aquí tu
servidor”, los tres discípulos se comprometieron a vidas de
increíbles penurias e indescriptible gozo. Después de ese día en la
montaña, nunca más dudaron de la vocación escogida.
Aunque nuestras pruebas no sean tan severas como la de
Abraham, ni nuestros momentos sublimes tan dramáticos como la
Transfiguración, todos confrontamos los retos cotidianos de
caminar “en presencia del Señor en el país de la vida”. Mientras
seguimos nuestros diversos llamados a amar y servir, seamos
confortados por lo que Pablo les recuerda a los romanos: “Si Dios
está a nuestro favor, ¿quién estará en contra nuestra?”
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The sacrifice of Abraham, our father in
faith (Genesis 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18).
Psalm — I will walk before the Lord, in the land of the
living (Psalm 116).
Second Reading — If God is for us, who can be against us?
(Romans 8:31b-34).
Gospel — Jesus was transfigured before them, and his
clothes became dazzling white (Mark 9:2-10).
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura -Dios puso a prueba la devoción de Abraham al
pedirle que sacrificara a su hijo Isaac (Génesis 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13,
15-18).
Salmo — Siempre confiaré en el Señor (Salmo 116 [115]).
Segunda lectura — Dios entregó a su único Hijo para que ahora
interceda por nosotros (Romanos 8:31b-34).
Evangelio — Jesús, acompañado por Elías y Moisés, se
transforma de manera luminosa ante Pedro, Santiago y Juan
(Marcos 9:2-10).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Dn 9:4b-10; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Lk 6:36-38
Is 1:10, 16-20; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23;
Mt 23:1-12
Wednesday: Jer 18:18-20; Ps 31:5-6, 14-16; Mt 20:17-28
Thursday:
Jer 17:5-10; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 16:19-31
Friday:
Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Ps 105:16-21;
Mt 21:33-43, 45-46
Saturday:
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Ps 103:1-4, 9-12; Lk 15:1-3, 11
-32 1 Cor 1:22-25; Jn 2:13-25 Alternate readings (Year A):
Ex 17:3-7; Ps 95:1-2, 6-9; Rom 5:1-2, 5-8; Jn 4:5-42 [5-15,
19b-26, 39a, 40-42]
Monday:
Tuesday:
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Second Sunday of Lent; Penitential Rite for
Candidates for Full Communion
Tuesday:
St. Katharine Drexel
Wednesday: St. Casimir; Purim (Jewish) begins at sunset
Friday:
First Friday; World Day of Prayer;
Abstinence
Saturday:
Ss. Perpetua and Felicity; First Saturday
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Dn 9:4b-10; Sal 79 (78):8, 9, 11, 13; Lc 6:36-38
Martes: Is 1:10, 16-20; Sal 50 (49):8-9,16bc-17,21,23; Mt 23:1-12
Miércoles: Jer 18:18-20; Sal 31 (30):5-6, 14-16; Mt 20:17-28
Jueves:
Jer 17:5-10; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Lc 16:19-31
Viernes:
Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Sal 105 (104):
16-21; Mt 21:33-43, 45-46
Sábado:
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Sal 103 (102):1-4, 9-12;
Lc 15:1-3, 11-32
Domingo: Ex 20:1-17 [1-3, 7-8, 12-17]; Sal 19 (18):8-11; 1 Cor
1:22-25;Jn 2:13-25 Lecturas alternativas(Año A):Ex 17:3-7;Sal
95(94):1-2,6-9;Rom 5:1-2,5-8;Jn 4:5-42 [5-15,19b-26,39a,40-42]
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Segundo Domingo de Cuaresma; Rito Penitencial
Martes:
Santa. Katharine Drexel
Miércoles: San Casimiro; Purim (judía) comienza al atardecer
Viernes:
Primer viernes; Jornada Mundial de Oración;
Abstinencia
Sábato:
Santa Perpetua y santa Felicidad; Primer sábado
Liturgy Note: The response we are singing during Lent following the Confiteor
("I confess to Almighty God") is
Kyrie eleison
Christe eleison
Kyrie eleison
These ancient Greek Christian acclamation are the source of the modern penitential acclamations
"Lord, have mercy" and "Christ, have mercy."
March 1st, 2015
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PASTOR’S DESK—ESCRITORIO DEL PASTOR
Hopefully, you are having a blessed Lent. Whether
taking extra time for prayer, going to daily Mass or taking part
of the special offerings of the parish this Lent we hope that you
are experiencing the Lord’s presence in a deeper way. Just a
reminder, all our parish activities are posted on our new parish
website www.stjosephbogota.com.
Sunday through Tuesday nights this week we will be
having our parish mission. Fr. Robert Jalbert, our mission
preacher, will be sharing with us Pope Francis’ message that
we become a community of missionary disciples. Please make
every effort to come and invite your friends and neighbors, it
promises to be a special time for our parish community.
Tuesday night will also include the first of two Parish Reconciliation services.
As you might expect the winter hit us hard again in the
parish. With all the snow and freezing temperature the last
month it has affected us financially. With less people in
Church and the added expense of snow removal and heat it
makes paying the bills more difficult. If you could make up for
the Sundays you were not able to come or be a bit more
generous it would be of much help and very appreciated.
Knights host Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance
Saturday, March 21, 2015
The Chief Justice White Council is hosting a
Dinner in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, at the
Knights Hall at 829 Windsor Road, Teaneck, from 7:30 PM to
11:30 PM.
Dinner includes Corned Beef and Cabbage, Bangers and
Mashed, Shepherd’s Pie, Irish soda bread, coffee and dessert, as
well as beer, wine and soda. Mixed drinks are available for purchase. Catering provided by Harley’s Irish Pub, and music for
your listening and dancing provided by DJ Clyde! Tickets are
$24.00 per person, or $45.00 per couple. Come join us with your
family and friends. For tickets call: Joe Kelly – 201-739-2355;
Len Nicolosi – 201-406-5703; Pat McHale – 201-400-6630. Tickets are also available for purchase in the Church Rectory.
Bogota/Teaneck Knights of Columbus Celebrate
Memorial Mass for Deceased Members
On February 16, a memorial Mass was celebrated at the
Chief Justice White Council’s hall, to honor the memory of all our
deceased Knights, and to ask for God’s blessings on, and guidance
for the current members of the Knights of Columbus. This mass
has been celebrated, annually, since 1961.
The mass was celebrated by Fr. Tim Graff, the Knights’
Chaplain, and was attended by member Knights, as well as family
of those Knights being honored. This year’s mass was also celebrated in honor of Past Grand Knight and 35 year member of the
Order, Frank Tutelo, who passed away on January 27.
For information about the Knights of Columbus, check out
our website at www.Bogotaknights.org.
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Con suerte, usted está teniendo un bendito
Cuaresma. Ya sea tomando más tiempo para la oración, ir a
misa todos los días o tomar parte de las ofertas especiales de
la parroquia esta Cuaresma esperamos que usted está experimentando la presencia del Señor en una manera más profunda. Sólo un recordatorio, todas nuestras actividades de la
parroquia se publican en nuestro nuevo sitio web de la parroquia www.stjosephbogota.com.
De domingo a martes por la noche esta semana
vamos a tener nuestra misión parroquial. Padre Robert Jalbert, nuestro predicador misión, va a compartir con nosotros
el mensaje Francisco 'que nos convertimos en una comunidad
de discípulos misioneros. Por favor, haga todo lo posible para
venir a invitar a sus amigos y vecinos, que promete ser un
momento especial para nuestra comunidad parroquial. Martes
por la noche también incluirá la primera de dos servicios de la
Parroquia de Reconciliación.
Como es de esperar el invierno nos duramente
golpeada de nuevo en la parroquia. Con toda la nieve y la
temperatura de congelación del último mes nos ha afectado
económicamente. Con menos gente en la Iglesia y el gasto
adicional de limpieza de la nieve y el calor que hace pagar las
cuentas más difícil. Si se pudiera compensar el domingo que
no fueron capaces de venir o ser un poco más generosos que
sería de ayuda y muy muy apreciamos.
Girl Scout Sunday Reminder:
Bogota Girl Scout Service Unit 46 & Ridgefield
Park Girl Scout Service Unit 492 invite you to
celebrate Girl Scout Sunday on March 8, 2015
by attending services. Girl Scouts are welcome to attend any services with their family and to wear their tunic/vest/sash.
St. Joseph Church in Bogota- 12:00 Noon Mass will have
reserved seating for Girl Scouts to sit together, and a special prayer
for Girl Scouts will be read during intercessions.
St. Francis of Assisi in Ridgefield Park- 9:30 AM Mass will have
reserved seating for Girl Scouts to sit together, and a special prayer
for Girl Scouts will be read during intercessions.
A COMMUNITY OF MISSIONARY DISCIPLES
PARISH MISSION MARCH 1-3
Fr. Robert Jalbert, a Maryknoll missioner, will be offering our Lenten Parish Mission March 1-3. His theme will be
“Called To Be a Community of Missionary Disciples” based on
the encyclical “The Joy of the Gospel” by Pope Francis. Fr. Jalbert
will preach all the weekend Masses on Feb.28-March 1 and then
we will have a reflection each evening at 7:30. Each session will
be 45 minutes long (30 minutes speaking, 15 minutes Q&A).
Tuesday evening will include one of our 2 Parish Penance Services. Please plan on taking advantage of this special time to be
with the Lord during our Lenten journey.
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In memoriam of our
beloved brothers and
sisters whose funerals took
place here at Saint Joseph
Church, we remember and
honor them and their
families on the anniversary
of their passing.
Rose Acquilina
Ida Gannon
James F. Millea
Lillian Caroline Scott
Heinz Mackensen
Marina Aued
Elizabeth Pataky
Eileen G. Kelly
Alfred F. Cardone
John G. Harley
Patricia J. Devaney
Floro B. Bustos
Josephine C. Locke
Rose Garofalow
Augusta “Bobbie” Bardone
Joselyn Bunten
Raymond Dwyer, Sr.
Audrey Waresk
David J. Harn
Russell H. Lange
Joseph Giacomo
Anna Carroll
Carmela Monaco
March 1st, 2015
En memoria de nuestros
hermanos y hermanas
cuyos funerales fueron en
Saint Joseph Church,
recordamos y honramos a
ellos y su familia en el
aniversario de su muerte.
March 1, 1995
March 6, 1996
March 7, 1996
March 2, 1997
March 6, 1997
March 1, 1999
March 6, 2000
March 6, 2000
March 5, 2001
March 6, 2003
February 28, 2005
March 4, 2005
March 1, 2006
March 1, 2007
March 2, 2008
March 5, 2009
March 4, 2010
March 4, 2011
February 28, 2012
March 6, 2012
March 1, 2013
March 5, 2014
March 6, 2014
Perhaps they are not stars in the sky,
but rather openings
where our loved ones shine down
to let us know they are happy
Continuing The Journey . . .
If you or someone you know has experienced a loss and would
like to speak with a bereavement counselor, please leave your
name and phone number with the rectory and a counselor will
contact you. All calls are kept confidential.
In your charity
please remember in
prayer all our
families and friends
who are sick or in
hospitals or nursing
homes, especially for:
Julio Alvarez
Marian Arbuckle
Lily Beltran
Brett Cullen
Brian DeGroff
Theresa Graham
Alan Lombardi
Recuerden en sus
oraciones a nuestros
familiares y amigos
que estan enfermos
o en hospitals o silos
de ancianos,
en especial por:
Dorothy Lydecker
Ralph Mauro
Joseph Policastro
Richard Skubus
Frank Tripani
John. J. Walsh
Gloria Wolstromer
If you, or someone in your family, Necesitas una oración por su famioficiwould benefit from the prayers of lia o amigos? Visitar la
na de la rectoría o llame all (En
the parishioners at Saint Joseph
Inglés) 201-342-6300. Los nomduring times of sickness, please
bres se mantendrán en tanto la
call the rectory at 201-342-6300
anunciada y la lista de
and speak to a staff member.
Names will stay on the announced anuncios para un (1) mes. Si usted
todavía necesita oraciones, por
and the printed bulletin list for one
favor llame a la rectoría o dejar
month. If you still need prayers,
una nota en la mesa. Esta es la
please call the rectory for another
regla también si usted llama para
month of prayers.
solicitar la visita de un sacerdote.
Pray for the Women and Men in Service to Our Country
Please remember all those serving in the armed forces, especially:
Joseph Andrade
Timothy Brown
Christopher Brugger
Edel Castillo
Yelson Cortez
Rafael Cruz
Jonathan Cummings
Kevin Cunanan
Andrew Gilbert
Alan Hale
Aimee Kominiak
Larry Kominiak
John McCarthy
Brian Mitchell
Lenny Nicolosi
Edward Quinn
John Rode
Yury Rodriguez
Margo Sandoval
Michael Sloginski, Jr
Jake Smith
Matt Smith
Max Smith
Patrick Stein
Reynaldo A. Targuino
Jeff Vanak
Gavin White
Please remember in your prayers, those affected by all
cancers, as well as the victims of war torn areas and terrorism,
of genocide, human trafficking, and of natural disasters.
Epiphany Parish in Cliffside Park will be holding its Annual
Lenten Soup Supper on Saturday, March 21st from 6:00 – 9:00pm
in the Church Bingo Hall. Dinner will be served on a continual
basis – guests are welcome to come and go as they please. The allyou-can-eat dinner will feature a number of fresh-made soups, a
variety of breads, a wide assortment of cakes and desserts, and
soda/coffee/tea. Free-will monetary donations will be accepted
($10 suggested donation per person), and all proceeds will benefit
the Epiphany Community Food Pantry. All are invited to attend.
March 1st, 2015
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WOMEN’S COMMISSION DAY OF REFLECTION
Seton Hall University
Saturday, March 7,2015 9-5
Register Online at www.rcan.org/womcom
Adult $25, Senior $20, Student $15
For further information call Mariann Zampetti: 201 343-5225
or cell 201 679-8760
CATHOLIC MEN’S CONFERENCE
Seton Hall University
Saturday, March 14,2015 8-4
Adult $25, Senior $20, Student $15
Register Online at www.ranmenscommission.org
The St. Padre Pio Prayer Group meets Wednesday, March 18th,
at 1:15 pm, at St. Anastasia Church 1095 Teaneck Rd.,
Teaneck, near Route 4. There will be Rosary, Confessions,
Mass and Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Refreshments will be
served. For more information please call John at 201-692-7931.
MAKE YOUR OWN ROSARY
Wednesday, April 29th 2015
Seven o’clock in the evening
SEASONS
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As we approach the holy time of the Easter Season,
praying the Rosary gives us a chance to reflect on the life
and saving mission of Jesus in union with Our Blessed
Mother. St. Joseph's Young Families Ministry invites you to
come, create, learn and share while you make a Rosary. The
date is Sunday, March 22nd at 11:00 in the cafeteria after
the children's Mass. The cost is $3.00 each, and covers the
cost of the Rosary and a snack. Call Michelle at 201-4873766 for more information. Order forms will be in the vestibule of the church next weekend and are due by March 15th.
Honoring
Michael Waresk
Captain James & Kelly Sepp
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