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Saint Augustine of Canterbury Roman Catholic Church

45 Henderson Road, Kendall Park, New Jersey 08824 Churchweek March 3rd, 2019

Reverend Canon Robert G. Lynam, KCHS, Pastor Deacon Denis F. Mayer, KHS

Deacon James Rivera Sister Ruthann McGoldrick, SCC, Pastoral Associate Sister Joanne Manns, MPF, Pastoral Associate

Sister Mary Louise Shulas, MPF, LHS, Principal/Superior Mr. Edward Modzelewski, Vice Principal

Sister Diana Yodris, MPF, Director of Religious Education Sister Parish

Mary, Mother of Mercy, Mongolia Father Giorgio Marengo, IMC Pastor


12 NOON 5:00 PM Weekdays: Monday through Saturday: 9:00 AM Holy Day: See Schedule in Bulletin

COMMUNION TO THE SICK is taken by Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist on a regular basis to those confined to their homes. Please call the Parish Center.

THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM is celebrated on most Sundays at 1:30 PM (not during Lent). A family must be registered in the parish, attend the baptismal preparation class, and cooperate with the regulations established by the parish. Our baptismal class is held on the 2nd Monday of the month at 8:00 PM. Please call the Parish Center to register any time during your pregnancy.

THE SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION is celebrated on Saturday between 11:30 AM and 12:30 PM in the Chapel or by appointment.

THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION is celebrated once a year by the Bishops delegate, here at St. Augustine. A candidate must successfully complete our Religious Education program. Adult Confirmation is held on Pentecost Sunday and any interested adults should contact the Parish Center.

THE SACRAMENT OF THE SICK is administered at home to any Catholic who is seriously ill. Please call the Parish Center. Any parishioner admitted to a local hospital should contact the Catholic Hospital Chaplain through the hospital. A family member should contact the parish when someone is admitted to the hospital. We will gladly pray for any members who are sick, whether at home or in the hospital, at our Sunday Masses; however, it is necessary for the family to request it.

THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY is celebrated by the Pastor or one of our deacons. Weddings may be scheduled on Friday evening, Saturday, or Sunday afternoon. Only a ceremony is permitted on Sunday. The pastor will confirm the date so couples should contact the Parish Center at least ONE YEAR in advance. All the necessary information will be sent to you. The attendance at Pre-Cana or an Engaged Encounter Weekend is required. One must be a registered member of the parish. Our parish upholds the Gospel values and the Churchs teachings regarding the sacredness of marriage and those couples choosing to live together in contradiction of those values, will receive a simple ceremony and all Diocesan regulations followed.

THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY ORDERS and RELIGIOUS LIFE: If you are considering serving God as a priest, deacon, or religious, you may contact your parish priest, deacon, or religious; or phone the Diocesan Office of Vocations at (732) 562-1990.


The Liturgy of the Hours is prayed Monday through Saturday at 8:45 AM prior to Mass.

Eucharistic Adoration/Devotion is held Monday at 7:00 PM (not on national holidays or during the summer)

Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal is prayed on Saturday following the 9:00 AM Mass in the chapel.

Devotion in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is prayed on the First Friday of the month following the 9:00 AM Mass.

St. Elizabeths Guild Prays the Rosary after daily Mass.

PARISH CENTER: (732) 297-3000 MondayFriday Hours: 9 AM- 12 NOON & 1 PM-4 PM 2nd & 4th Thursday daytime -hours Office Closes at Noon CATHOLIC SCHOOL: 297-6042 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE: 297-3011 OUTREACH MINISTRY: 297-9713 PARISH CENTER FAX: 940-1746 SCHOOL FAX: 297-7062 WEBSITE: http://www.staugustinenj.org

Lighting Hearts on Fire

The Diocesan Year of Spiritual Renewal 2018-2019

A good tree does not bear rotten fruit, nor does a rotten tree bear good fruit. (Luke 6:43)

Are you using your God-given gifts in the way God intended? Do you compare yourself to others and complain about what you dont have instead of being thankful for what you do have? God gives each of us unique gifts and a unique plan. Listen to how God is calling you to use your gifts, to bear good fruit, for the glory of His name.

February 17th $20,203.90 February 17th Winter Collection Campaign for Human Development & Church in Latin America$ 4,964.00 February 24th $22,754.41

March 3, 2019

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

SATURDAY 5:00 PM Conrad & Celia Magat: req. The Magat Family

SUNDAY Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time 8:00 AM Peg Lanza: req. Lorelei Berkery 10:00 AM Jack Santos: req. Linda Andrejewski 12:00 Noon Carmela DeLuca: req. Her Family 5:00 PM Angelo Beneduce: req. Marie & Frank Conenna

MONDAY 9:00 AM John P. Weachock: req. Maryann Weachock 7:00 PM Eucharistic Adoration

TUESDAY 9:00 AM All Living & Deceased Parishioners of St. As

WEDNESDAY Ash Wednesday 9:00 AM Mass Priests Intentions 10:15 AM School Service 12:10 PM Service 4:30 PM Service 7:00 PM Russell Berg: req. Bill Berg

THURSDAY Sts. Perpetua & Felicity 9:00 AM John Tulenko: req. Mary T. Lesko

FRIDAY St. John of God (relic of St. John of God may be venerated after Mass)

9:00 AM Lina Bryant: req. Joe & Tina Karcz 7:00 PM Stations of the Cross SATURDAY St. Frances of Rome 9:00 AM Intentions of Shane J. Quiterio: req. John &

Frederica Quiterio 5:00 PM Frank & Helen Pikul: req. Carol & Tim SUNDAY First Sunday of Lent 8:00 AM Mary Gifford: req. Jack Gifford 10:00 AM Fred Pagura: req. Julie & Joe Ferrara 12:00 Noon Monica Devanas: Her Son 5:00 PM Dolores R. Reyes: req. Cora Aguinaldo


Monday: Sir 17:20-24; Mk 10:17-27 Tuesday: Sir 35:1-12; Mk 10:28-31 Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18; 2 Cor 5:20 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Thursday: Dt 30:15-20; Lk 9:22-25 Friday: Is 58:1-9a; Mt 9:14-15 Saturday: Is 58:9b-14; Lk 5:27-32 Sunday: Dt 26:4-10; Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13

MEDITATION FOR March 3, 2019 Let us be faithful in speech and action. The first reading today uses the example of a slave to show how grain (good fruit) is separated from the husks (the dead shell). Tribulation and difficulties are sieves in our own lives-and when we are shaken, the real fruit of who we are will be revealed in both our speech and actions.

The writer of Sirach gives examples of how what is good is separated from what is poor, especially in speech. Saint Paul reminds us that Christ had defeated death-it no longer has power over us. In the Gospel, Jesus uses the parable of the blind leading the blind to show there is a difference between what is good and what is evil.


In Memory of Carmela DeLuca Donated by Luke & Marta Hess

Counting Team #8March 10th Knights of Columbus/Gary Schuller


10:15 am School Service 12:10 pm Service 4:30 pm Service 7:00 pm Mass

ST. CECILIAMONMOUTH JCT. 8:00 am Mass, 12:15 pm Service, 7:00 pm Mass

CRS RICE BOWL - ENCOUNTER LENT Join our faith community-and more than 14,000 Catholic communities across the United States-in a life changing Lenten journey of encounter with CRS Rice Bowl. Pick up your familys CRS Rice Bowl from the Gathering Area of the Church on March 9/10. During the 40 days of Lent, we will encounter the needs of the world. And dont forget to download the CRS Rice Bowl app!

THIS WEEKS CALENDAR Monday Mar. 04 7:00 PM Eucharistic Adoration 8:00 PM AA Meeting

Tuesday Mar. 05 2:30 PM Manna Ministry 6:00 PM Youth Choir Practice

Wednesday Ash Wednesday Mar. 06 10:15 AM School Ash Wednesday Service 12:10 PM Ash Wednesday Service 4:30 PM Ash Wednesday Service 7:00 PM Ash Wednesday Mass

Thursday Mar. 07 11:15 AM Chime Choir Rehearsal 6:30 PM Columbiettes Board Meeting 7:00 PM Faith Presentation-South Brunswick Human Relations Commission 7:00 PM HSA Meeting 7:30 PM Bereavement Support Group

Friday Mar. 08 7:00 PM Stations of the Cross

Saturday Mar. 09 9:00 AM AHA CPR & First Aid Classes 11:30 AM Confessions 6:00 PM School Father Daughter Dance

Sunday Mar. 10 8:00 AM RCIA 9:00 AM Parish Choir Rehearsal 6:00 PM Edge Youth Ministry 6:30 PM Cornerstone Meeting

OUR LADY OF FATIMA STATUE & OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE ICON This week the Fatima statue and Our Lady of Guadalupe Lighting Hearts on Fire icon during the Diocesan Year of Spiritual Renewal, will be in the home of Cindy Luisi Napolitano. Please remember to also take the black & green bag which holds the crown of the Our Lady of Fatima statue.

Breaking Open the Word Wednesday Evenings

7:15-8:15 P.M. School Cafeteria

There is a NO BOTW meeting this Wednesday,

March 6, 2019, Ash Wednesday

ADULT CONFIRMATION CLASSES Parishioners, 18 years and older, who have not yet received the Sacrament of Confirmation and would like to do so, please fill in the form below and return it to the Parish Center by April 5, 2019. The form may also be placed in the collection basket. Classes are to begin on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 7:30-8:30 PM. Confirmation will be administered on June 9, 2019. If the candidate for Confirmation is married, the marriage must to recognized by the Roman Catholic Church. If you need assistance in validating your marriage, please contact the Parish Center. For additional information, please call Sr. Diana or Roseanne DeBari at 732-297-3011. Once the form below is returned, you will receive a registration packet in the mail that will need to be filled out and returned on the night of the first session. ADULT CONFIRMATION CLASS RETURN TO SR. DIANA (PARISH CENTER) NAME: ADDRESS: TELEPHONE:

Music Ministry Mass Schedule

The Music Ministry Schedule for the weekend of March 9 & 10, 2019 First Sunday of Lent

Saturday 5:00 p.m. Folk Group Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Parish Choir & Handbell Choir 12:00 noon Organist & Cantor 5:00 p.m. Organist

OUTREACH MINISTRY People may forget what you say, people may forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

(Envelopes can be found in the Gathering Area of the Church).

2019 Bishops Annual Appeal Help Build a Civilization of Love

Twenty-four percent-$1.7 million dollars-of the funds raised by the 2019 Bishops Annual Appeal is earmarked for Catholic Charities, Diocese of Metuchen. Through more than 100 programs, Catholic Charities serves those most in need of our assistance. If you have yet to make your pledge to this years Bishops Annual Appeal, you will have the opportunity to do so March 16/17, the weekend which has been designated as Bishops Annual Appeal Weekend. Please see insert in this weeks bulletin for additional information. Help us reach our target of 100% participation. Every gift, no matter the size, is important and greatly appreciated.

Rest in Peace John Capaccio

Father of Ross Capaccio Grandfather of Anthony

1 Fern Court North Brunswick, NJ 08902

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION OUTFITS If anyone has new or used (clean) First Holy Communion dresses, veils, dress socks, white gloves, white sweaters, and especially boys suits, and communion book sets to donate to those in need for the clients of the St. Vincent de Paul Society Food Pantry in Perth Amboy, as well as other needy children in the Catholic Community of Perth Amboy, please drop the items off at the Outreach Ministry office in the Parish Center before April 24th. Monetary donations toward the Communion outfits are also acceptable. As in the past, they particularly need dresses and boys suits sizes 10 through 16. If you have any questions, please dont hesitate to call the Outreach Ministry at 732-297-9713. Thank you for our continuous support to these families. -Outreach Ministry

Living Way of the Cross

The Living Way of the Cross will be held on Friday, April 12th. Children of the parish are invited to participate as dramatists or narrators. They should be in the first grade or older and available for ALL of the practices, in their entirety, on Monday 3/25, 4/1 and 4/8, from 5:00 6:30. You may request participation by completing the form below and returning it to the Parish Center no later than Monday 3/18. Please note that roles are limited and will be filled in the order received. You will be contacted regarding your childs participation by 3/23. If you have any questions, please contact Donna DiPane at 732-422-1446.

Living Way of the Cross

Childs name Gender ____________ Grade____________ Preference: Dramatist _______Narrator _______

Parents name Phone email


Stations of the Cross are held on Friday at 7:00 p.m. Below is the suggested schedule for children to attend: March 8 7th/8th Grades March 15 3rd Grade March 22 4th Grade March 29 5th Grade April 5 6th Grade April 12 1st & 2nd GradeSpecial presentation of the Living Way of the Cross by the children of our parish. April 19 GOOD FRIDAY NO STATIONS OF THE CROSS - ONLY Liturgy of the Lords Passion 3:00 PM

As many as can are encouraged to attend on this very holy day! This is also a chance to visit the Shrine of the Tomb of Christ and venerate the Relic of the True Cross of Christ.

If you have children in different grades you can choose one Friday in Lent and attend all together as a family. The children are to sit with their families.

THE EASTER MYSTERY From His Wounded Side We Were Born This is the time of year when we begin to look forward to warmer weather and spring vacations. It is also the time of year when we pause to see where weve been and where we should be going. It is the time to recommit ourselves to the Lord.

During Lent, you will notice a basket with decorated index cards by the cross of St. Lucy starting on Ash Wednesday, March 6th, 2019. Listed on each card is a suggestion of a necessary item to be purchased for an organization that helps those in need. These items will be collected before all the weekend Masses on, March 9/10, March 16/17, March 23/24 and March 30/31. This is our way as a parish to reach out to others through almsgiving, one of the spiritual blessings of our Lenten journey. All donations need to be in by April 7th, 2019 Anything received after that date will be given to our Food Pantry.

As St. Theresa of Avila said: We should not attach much value to what we have given God, since we shall receive for the little we have bestowed upon Him much more in this life and in the next.

We Adore You O Christ and We Praise You, Because By Your Holy Cross You Have

Redeemed the World


Need a break from the world? Looking for some way to enhance your Lenten experience? Try the Parish Womens Retreat! An opportunity to take some time away from your daily routine and renew your spirit in tranquil surroundings. The annual Womens Retreat, held at Sacred Heart Spirituality Center, run by the Salesian Sisters in Newton, NJ, will be held on April 5, 6, 7. Fr. Timothy Christy, Vicar General of the Diocese of Metuchen will be the Retreat Master. The retreat is open to parish women; non-parishioner women are accommodated if space allows. Cost for the weekend is $215 which includes 5 meals, and 2 nights. For information or to reserve your place, please call or email B a r b a r a C o r i o a t 7 3 2 - 2 9 7 - 8 2 8 7 o r [email protected] Registration for the retreat is now open. Payment in full upon registration is required for late registrations after March 1, 2019. Checks are made payable to St. Augustines Church, with a note on the Memo line Womens Retreat.


Or perhaps you are a baptized Catholic who never completed the Sacraments of Initiation (Confirmation and Eucharist). The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is just for you! Gather with others

who desire to know the Lord Jesus Christ in the truth of the Catholic Faith, as we undergo catechesis, reflect on the scriptures, and contemplate our call to faith in Christ in preparation for Baptism and/or reception and completion of the Sacraments of Initiation. Meetings are held on Sundays at 8:00 am in Father McGivney Hall (followed by 10:00 am Mass). If you are interested in getting connected, please call the Parish Center at 732-297-3000.

St. As Senior Club

March 12 St. Paddys Day Celebration with Julie & Jack March 26 Spring Fling

JANUARY FOOD PANTRY REPORT 72 bags of food and household products were delivered to 10 families consisting of 15 adults and 9 children.

Your continued generosity is much appreciated by our families.

The South Brunswick Human Relations Commission presents their sixth of a series of events titled, "Faith, Conversation and Coffee."

It will be held on Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. and all are invited. The event will take place at St. Augustine of Canterbury Church located at 45 Henderson Road in Kendall Park. This is an opportunity to learn, explore, interact and build bridges of peace and understanding among South Brunswick's diverse community. Attendees will also gain some insight to the Catholic faith and also learn about the Season of Lent presented by Reverend Canon Robert Lynam.

This is free and open to the public. In the past, this group has held learning round-tables at mosques, synagogues and other churches in incredibly diverse South Brunswick Township.

Previous "Faith, Conversation and Coffee" events have taken place at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, the Islamic Society of Central Jersey, Congregation B'nai Tikvah, Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Temple and the New Jersey Buddhist Vihara and Meditation Center.

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Shaun Locha Jeffrey Lombardi Sr. Anna Lomboy Linda Lopez Giacomo Losito Rubina Lourdurajaw Maryann Lynch Zoren Macatangay Gianna MacGregor Ruth Machado Karen Maguire Ryan Maloney Jason Mammone Daniel Mammone Clarinda Maningas Glenn Maningas Nicholas Marcrie Kyle Mariano John Marino Valerie Marino Nicholas Marna Edith Martin Dylan Martin Edward Martin Luca Marucci Giuliana Marucci Matthew Mascolo Michael Mascolo Antoinette Masters David Masters Daryle Masters Leticia Mataban Andrea Maurer George Mauro Joseph Mc Donald Matthew Mc Donald Cheryl McGlynn Kathleen Medwick Melissa del Pilar Melendez Delia Meta Lyn Michael Niel Miele Daniel Milotta Teresa Mircovich Robert Missaggia Jon-Paul Molfese Joanne Molfese Sean Monaghan Madison Monkowski Amanda Monkowski Vincent Montagna Henry Moran Sabrina Murdocca Melissa Musante Samantha Myers Swapna Nair

Felididad Navarro Alanna Nidoy Rita Norat Carol O'Brien Kenneth O'Connor Sean O'Connor Kenneth Ogbuja Leilani Okamura Onyeka Okoye Allison Olazo Thomas O'Neill Ray Onyesoh Emily Ortolano Deborah Paatrignani Anthony Pacilio Rose Paduano Michael Palm Cecilia Palm Kathleen Palo Laura Panconi Joseph Parel Perry Pascasio Michele Patrizii Christine Pavalkis Marcelo Paz Cheryl Peragallo Jaime Perez David Perez Beverly Perez Siobhan Pesciotta Noah Pestano Matthew Peterson Emily Peterson Stephen Petitt Porsche Pettiford Cesar Piedrahita Maritza Piedrahita Patrick Pilapil Diego Polanco Mason Policano David Policarpio Michele Powell Jody Previte Amanda Previte Thomas Pydeski Rosemarie Regala Maria Reyes Julie Riego James Riordan Samantha Rivera Helen Rivera Herbert Rodgers Edward Rodriguez Pilar Rodriguez Jeffrey Roff Kristin Rogers

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