Welcome to St. Catherine of Bologna Church

Due to a very high volume of new COVID cases, our parish office will be closed to the public until further notice. All business will be conducted via phone and email only. Please do not hesitate to call or email us, so we can serve you well during this challenging time.

Our phone number is 973-962-7032 ext. 4, please leave a message and we will get back to you. You can also email us at office@stcatherineofbologna.org
 

We apologize for any inconvenience and wish everyone to stay healthy.

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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Orígenes de la devoción a la Virgen de la Altagracia en la Republica Dominicana

Fue en la antigua Isla Española, hoy República Dominicana, donde se plantó la primera cruz, donde se celebró la primera misa, donde se rezó el primer Avemaría y donde se inició el anuncio de la Buena Nueva del Evangelio, que daría origen al nuevo continente de América. En esta tierra se estableció el primer santuario que existió en América, el de Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia, ubicado en la Villa de Higüey. [Read More]

Origins of the devotion to the Virgin of Altagracia in the Dominican Republic

It was on the former “Isla Española,” today the Dominican Republic, where the first cross was planted, where the first Mass was celebrated, where the first Hail Mary was recited, and where the proclamation of the Good News of the Gospel began, which would give rise to the new continent of America. It was in this land, the first sanctuary that existed in America was established, that of Our Lady of Altagracia, located in Villa de Higüey. [Read More]

Bishop celebrates feast day Mass for St. Agnes in Paterson parish

Bishop Kevin J. Sweeney made a pastoral visit to St. Agnes Parish in Paterson Jan. 23 where he celebrated Mass for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time. The Bishop’s visit also came near the feast day (Jan. 21) of the parish’s patron, St. Agnes, virgin and martyr, who is the patron saint of girls, chastity, Girl Scouts, engaged couples, virgins, and rape victims. Vestments for the Mass were red to mark her death as a martyr. [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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