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  • Saint Joseph ROMAN CATHOLIC Church

    973-383-1985

    Schedule

    of Masses

    Weekdays Monday - Friday at 12:05pm

    Sundays Saturday (Sunday Vigil) at 5:00pm

    Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:30am and 6:00pm

    Misa en Espanol todos los Domingos a las 2:30pm

    Sacrament of

    Reconciliation Each Monday during Lent at 7:00-8:30pm

    Saturday 4:00pm-4:30pm or by appointment

    For MarriageS or any

    Personal Appointments

    Please call the Parish Center

    Baptisms are not celebrated during Lent.

    March 12, 2017

  • Our Parish Family is Served By

    Weekly Mass Intentions

    Father ST Sutton 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    Father Alexander Londono, Migrant Ministry Fr. [email protected]

    Father Edward Davey, Pastor Emeritus

    Deacons Gerald Hanifan, Alfred Kucinski and Thomas Zayac

    Deborah Henegan Director of Faith Formation (Grades 1-8)

    973-383-8413 - [email protected]

    Linda Gorski Director of Faith Formation (Confirmation)

    973-383-8413 - [email protected]

    Kelly Dachisen, Director of Music Ministry [email protected]

    Anne Lundgren, Office Manager 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    Karen Glowatski, Office Assistant 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    Sharon Eltzholtz, Bulletin Assistant 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    Robert Lasser, Finance Administrator

    TRUSTEES OF THE PARISH Dorothy Bosi, George Hayek

    and Gerard Woodring.

    Saturday 3/11 5:00pm Inez Cloutier William Bartley

    Sunday March 12th

    Second Sunday of Lent

    8:00am 9:30am

    11:30am

    6:00pm

    Alexander Partyka Michael W. Pascrell

    Domenick Ruggiero Sr. Donna DeLena

    Paula Marie Liuzza Philip Ryan Jr.

    Nunzio Vacca Bertha LaCrosse

    Monday 3/13 12:05pm Sue Altrui

    Tuesday 3/14 12:05pm Carmen Sanchez

    Wednesday 3/15 12:05pm George Tippetts

    Thursday 3/16 12:05pm Harry E. Morris

    Friday 3/17 12:05pm Danny Cooper

    Saturday 3/18 5:00pm Joseph Pompilio Kay Onieal

    Sunday March 19th

    Third Sunday of Lent

    8:00am

    9:30am

    11:30am

    6:00pm

    Madalyn F. Barr

    Gillen Family Merle Testa

    Francis & Stella Covel David Maffucci

    Harry E. Morris

    Second Sunday of Lent - March 12, 2017

    The Sanctuary Lamp which burns near the tabernacle, is the reminder of our Lords

    presence in the Most Holy Eucharist, burns in loving memory of:

    Jeanne Rosano And the hosts and wine, which will become the Holy Body and Precious

    Blood of our Lord, were given in loving memory of:

    Margaret & Patricia Friederich

    May they be resting in the joy of Gods heavenly kingdom!

    Please remember in your prayers the following members of our parish family who are sick and

    are in need of the Lords healing presence:

    Aaron Armstrong, Mackenzie Brannan, Ron Byers, Fred Bender, Geraldine Bender,

    Mary Benziger, Irene Bitsko, Peggy Bopp, Harry Cridland, Peter DeKleine, Jennifer DiNardo, Sean Dolan, Ted Eis, Pat Fitzpatrick, Ann Flowers, Rocco Fusco, Mary Gregory, Ed Huff, Susan Kadar, Jessica Kirby, Kerri Knight, Lorraine Kraft, Peter Mahler, Linda Marucci, Betty Mastrelli, Karen Morrison, Greg Orvetz, Karen Orvetz, Michael Palumbo, Marie Pantaleo, Paul Reskovac, Pedro Rodriquez, Elizabeth Roberts, Michael Ryan, Eleanore Shaffer, Gloria Steets, Carole Sudol, Carol Strand, John Tiger, Cathy Veluta, Michael Viscel, Gloria Weldon, Elizabeth Wilburn, Rita & Tom Zimich.

    ****************************** Beginning the weekend of March 19

    th, we will be

    starting a new sick list. If you would like a name put

    on the list please contact the Parish Office.

    We are thinking about adding an additional Mass to our schedule due to overcrowding at the 9:30am and 11:30am Masses. The new Mass schedule would be: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30am and 12:00noon. Thoughts?

    Oremus Pro Invicem

    Weekly Remembrance

    New mass schedule

    mailto:[email protected]

  • According to Wikipedia, the Columbiettes are women auxiliaries of the Knights of Columbus Councils. In 1939, Monsignor J. Francis McIntyre, Chaplain of the New York Chapter Knights of Columbus, later a cardi-nal, suggested formation of the group. He had seen great numbers of women coming out of a Communist rally at Madison Square Garden. He conceived the idea of a ladies organization to work with the Knights of Co-lumbus (K of C). The New York Chapter K of C formulated a plan for such an organization. Their plan called for the establishment of Auxiliaries in each Council and to coordinate the efforts of all under the direction of one parent group. On March 2, 1939 the first Columbiettes was instituted in New York City. Since then, other auxiliaries were formed. State Councils and a Supreme Council were established. Spiritual patronesses are the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Thrse of Lisieux and Saint Joan of Arc. A Colum-biette Auxiliary must be sponsored by a Knights of Columbus Council. One of its purposes is to aid that Council spiritually, socially and financially in all its endeavors. The primary requirements to be a member of this organization is to be a Catholic female in good standing with her parish and to be seventeen (17) years of age or older. Secondary purposes include the spiritual, social and charitable welfare of their members. Locally, the Columbiettes in Newton (instituted on June 25, 1993) fall under the Don Bosco Knights of Co-lumbus Council Number 7784 which includes the parishes of Saint Joseph in Newton, Our Lady Queen of Peace in Branchville, Christ the Good Shepherd in Andover and Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Swartswood. The Don Bosco Columbiettes are sponsors of the Squirettes (Circlette of Marys Angels) which is a Catholic youth group for girls aged 10-17. Some of the activities completed/scheduled along with donations for 2016-2017 are:

    WHAT DO THE COLUMBIETTES DO?

    Backpack Ministry (children in need) Birth Haven Baby Shower Can Tabs (Ronald McDonald House) Chapter Communion Breakfast Christmas Social Department of Persons with Disabilities Donations to local Churches/Charities Duffle Bag Ministry (Bags for Buddies) Farm & Horse Show Food Pantry Support Fundraisers: Applebee's Flapjack Breakfast Beefsteak Dinner Flea Market Murder Mystery Dinner Villa Capri Pizza (Lent) Good Citizen Award Father Johns Animal Rescue Supplies Heavens Cents (support for seminarians & pos-

    tulants) Little Sisters of the Poor Manna House

    May Crowning Memorial Masses Migrant Workers Dinner Nursing Home Sing-A-Longs & Donations Respect Life Sunday Participation Retreats Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services Santas Community Social Scholarships Secret Sister Program Shoebox Ministry (homeless/shelter packs) Social Events Saint Joseph Churchs Youth Mission Trip St. Patricks Day Parade State Convention State Tank Pull (wounded military) Squirettes Testimonial Dinners Traveling Mary Statue Wreath Making & Potluck Dinner at St.

    Pauls Abbey

    Website/Social Media Info: http://donboscocolumbiettes.weebly.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Don-Bosco-Columbiettes/435479773196234 www.squirettes-marysangels.weebly.com

  • PARISH WEEKEND DONATIONS

    March 5th

    - Collection $9,145 Diocesan Assessment $1,334

    Online Giving $518

    Total: $10,997 Attendance: 944

    Please remember that our parish weekly collection goal is $10,000/week.

    Monday, March 13 4:05pm Faith Formation (School) 6:50pm Faith Formation (School) 7:00-8:30pm Confessions (Church) Tuesday, March 14 4:05pm Faith Formation (School) Wednesday, March 15 6:00pm R.C.I.A. (Parish Center) Thursday, March 16 1:00pm Legion of Mary (Parish Center) 7:30pm Choir Practice (Church) Friday, March 17 7:30pm Stations of the Cross (Church) Sunday, March 19 10:30am Confirmation Class (School) 3:00pm Migrant Dinner (Community Center)

    Palm cross fundraiser

    Food pantry

    This weeks events

    Father ST has asked that during the Season of Lent, each family brings two (2) cans or boxes of food for the poor. This is a wonderful example of our alms giving and outreach to those in need.

    Please no more pasta or string beans. You have been very generous with these items. However, we now need any other foods and non food items that you are able to donate. Our shelves are more empty than uusual and we want to make sure our shelves are stocked when people come to us for assistance. Thank you for your Lenten sacrifices and generosity!

    To benefit the Little Sisters of the Poor Saint Joseph Home for the Elderly

    This fresh Palm Cross is handmade with 10 fan sets of 6 Palm loops, 2 plastic lilies and a bow. The bottom of the wooden lath is cut at an angle for easy ground insertion. All crosses are individually wrapped in a clear poly bag. Palm cross outer dimensions: 26x14, the cost is $10.00.

    ADVANCE ORDERS ONLY! For additional information, please call Miriam Montagne at 201-230-1373 or email at [email protected] Palm crosses will be available for pick-up the weekend of April 1-2 at Miriam Montagnes house at 386 State Route 94 South, Newton, NJ. Hand delivery will be made upon request. Please mail your orders by March 13th along with payment:

    Don Bosco Columbiettes #7784 Post Office Box 412 Newton, NJ 07860

    Please indicate your name, address, phone number or e-mail along with the quantity of Palm Crosses

    you would like with your payment.

    Weekend readings

    Diaper drive

    The Knights of Columbus Don Bosco Council #7784 will be hav-ing our annual baby diaper drive on the weekend of March 25th and 26th at all the Masses. We need newborn sizes as well as larger sizes including 4s, 5s, and 6s. We are also collecting

    baby wipes. Your help is vital to the success of this drive. If you can help please bring the dia-pers to Mass and leave them in the back of the church. Thank you for your kindness.

    Adult day care

    If you or anyone you know might be interested in adult day care to be discussed at a meetiat the end

    of this month, please email: [email protected]

    Date and time to be determined.

    March 19, 2017

    Exodus 17:3-7

    Romans 5:1-2, 5-8

    The Gospel of Saint John 4:5-42

    Mission trip

    The teens and adults going on the Mission trip this summer would like to thank all of the pa-rishioners for your wonderful support of the sub sale as well as your generous donations. The response was tremendous and will assist in cov-ering expenses for the teens partaking in this service and faith growing opportunity. God bless you in your generosity.

  • Lenten ACTIVITIES

    STATIONS OF THE CROSS

    SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION

    dispensation

    Bishop Arthur

    Serratelli

    has granted

    the following

    dispensation:

    I hereby grant a dispensation from the laws of fast and

    abstinence to all Roman Catholics living in or visiting this diocese on

    Friday, March 17, 2017.

    This dispensation is given with the strong recommendation that the faithful honor

    both Saint Patrick and this holy season of Lent by some special work of charity or

    exercise of piety in place of abstinence.

    Book club

    The book club will meet on

    Tuesday, March 21st at 7:00pm

    in the library to discuss

    Henri Nouwens

    The Return of the Prodigal Son

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