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Roof Replacement Project

New Regular Mass Schedule

Monday-Saturday - 9:00am

Saturday - 5:00pm

Sunday - 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 6:00pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation - Saturday 4:00-4:30pm 

Let Your Light Shine

 

FROM BISHOP KEVIN J. SWEENEY

Brothers and Sisters in Christ –the theme of this year’s Diocesan Ministries Appeal is “Let Your Light Shine.” Your support brings hope to all those in great need who come to the Diocese of Paterson for understanding, compassion and direct assistance. Your response to the Diocesan Ministries Appeal will help brighten the lives of so many of your neighbors in need here in the Paterson Diocese!

May God bless you always.

A series of 2-minute videos highlighting individual case elements of the 2021 DMA has been created to encourage participation of the faithful. We will be adding these on a weekly basis. (Spanish and All editions are available on Diocese of Paterson page) 

 

https://rcdop.org/development-resources/#videos

 

SEMINARIAN EDUCATION VIDEO MODULE 3 ENGLISH

SEMINARIAN EDUCATION VIDEO MODULE 2 ENGLISH

 

CATHOLIC CHARITIES FOOD PANTRY MODULE 1 ENGLISH

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Thank you for your prayers and financial support. Keep these reminders in mind:

  1. Please remember you can still order the mass intentions; they are going to be celebrated by Fr. Pawel in his private chapel in the rectory.
  2. Thank you for your continued financial contribution. You can support our parish by giving online or by simply mailing or dropping off your envelopes to the black mailbox by the parish office.
  3. Please read Fr. Pawel’s article about the Spiritual Communion and Act of Contrition. It may help you grow spiritually.  
  4. Revisit Fr. Pawel's Letters of Encouragement during these uncertain times and keep your spirit up.

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Eucaristía, transformación en Cristo

“La Eucaristía es la fuente y la cumbre de la vida cristiana” (Lumen Gentium 11). En la última cena, Jesús compartiendo con sus apóstoles tomó el pan y luego el vino y diciendo las palabras, que también el sacerdote usa hoy para consagrar el vino y el pan, les compartió su amor y se quedó con ellos hasta el fin de los tiempos en este sacramento de la caridad. Por eso, cuando la Iglesia proclama que la Eucaristía es la fuente y cumbre de la vida cristiana, está anunciando que la Eucaristía es el modelo de entrega que los cristianos deben de tener los unos a los otros. En otras palabras, la Iglesia nos invita a vivir en una “Coher­encia Eucarística,” en la cual no solo proclamamos lo que creemos, sino que también debemos vivir lo que comulgamos en la Eucaristía, en donde se nos da el mismo Cristo hijo de Dios vivo, quien nos ha amado tanto que ha decidido permanecer con nosotros en las especies del pan y del vino. [Read More]

Transformation in Christ

The ancient Greek philosopher Plato observed, “There is nothing so delightful as the hearing, or the speaking of truth. For this reason, there is no conversation so agreeable as that of the man of integrity, who hears without any intention to betray, and speaks without any intention to deceive.” Plato points out what we know by experience: integrity is beautiful. Encountering persons of integrity is refreshing and attempting to live a life of integrity, though challenging, is rewarding. [Read More]

Bishop celebrates Mass to mark Nurses’ Week at St. Joseph’s Health in Paterson

On May 9, Bishop Kevin J. Sweeney celebrated a special Nurses’ Week Mass in the chapel of St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson. National Nurses Week is an annual celebration in May. [Read More]

 

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New Regular Mass Schedule

Monday-Saturday | 9:00am

Saturday | 5:00pm

Sunday | 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 6:00pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Saturday 4:00-4:30pm 

 

Pope Francis Reflections 

 

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