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  • Roman Catholic Church

    Office Location Phone Email Website

    Parish Office 105 Harrison St., New Milford 201-261-0148 [email protected] sjcnj.org

    Religious Education 105 Harrison St., New Milford 201-261-1144 [email protected] sjcnjre.org

    Saint Joseph School 305 Elm St., Oradell 201-261-2388 [email protected] sjsusa.org

    the greenhouse-PreK 305 Elm St., Oradell 201-477-8114 [email protected] greenhouseusa.org


    Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 pm

    DAILY Weekdays 7:00 am &

    8:30 am Saturday 8:30 am

    HOLY DAYS as announced

    Miraculous Medal Novena Monday, 7:00 pm in Mary’s Chapel

    Eucharistic Adoration First Wednesday of Month

    9 am—5 pm in Mary’s Chapel

    SACRAMENTS Confession: Saturday,

    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Baptism

    Contact the Parish Office. Marriage

    Arrangements should be made with a priest at least one year in advance.

    Sick/Homebound/Hospital Call the Parish Office.

    Christian Initiation of Adults—RCIA

    Contact the Parish Office.

    PARISH REGISTRATION Contact the Parish Office.

    Saint Joseph

    PASTOR: Msgr. David C. Hubba


    Rev. Andrew Park Rev. Roy Regaspi

    DEACON: George Montalvo PASTOR EMERITUS:

    Rev. George M. Reilly

    Office Hours: Parish: Mon.-Fri.: 9 am—5 pm; Rel. Ed.: Mon –Thurs.: 9:30 am—5 pm (Also by appointment.)

    Oradell/New Milford, NJ SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME ~ February 15, 2015

    THIS WEEKEND *ASH WED.-Feb. 18-SCHEDULE * Pick up your Lenten Booklet * Project Valentine Bake Sale —after all Masses *March for Life report—p. 9

    ST. TERESA OF ÁVILA A 5-part epic miniseries

    to be shown at Saint Joseph Parish Thursday evenings and Wednesday mornings

    beginning Feb. 19 and Feb. 25. (See page 5-6 for details.)

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    PRAYER REQUESTS Let us remember those who are ill:

    Catherine Lyon, Rodolso Ibanez, Purification Posadas, Noreen Mastellon, Carlos Cordova, Quirina Ramirez Let us remember those who have recently died:

    Rose Foss

    Let us remember those serving in the military.


    Saturday 5:00 pm

    Sunday 7:30 am 9:00 am 10.30 am 10:30 am MC 12:00 pm

    Monday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    Tuesday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    Wednesday 7:00 am 8:30 am 7:30 pm

    Thursday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    Friday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    Saturday 8:30 am 5:00 pm

    Sunday 7:30 am 9:00 am 10.30 am 10:30 am MC 12:00 pm

    Sunday Collection for Week of February 8, 2015 Basket ParishPay TOTAL

    $9,835 $5,180 $15,015

    BREAD AND WINE INTENTIONS The Bread for the week of

    February 15, 2015 was donated in loving memory of

    Roy Williams as requested by Pat De Nicolo.

    The Wine for the week of February 15, 2015

    is offered for the honor and glory of God.

    Saint Joseph Parish Staff Mr. Brendan Walsh/Mrs. Carol Winkler….Parish Trustees Deacon George Montalvo…... Dir. of Religious Education Mrs. Arlene Kennedy…………. Sacraments Coordinator Mr. Monroe Quinn……………... Director of Music Mr. Tom Meli…………………….. Facilities Director Mrs. Phyllis Vrola………………. Business Manager Mrs. Anne Annunziato……….. Parish Secretary

    Mrs. Colette Vail………………… Principal of Saint Joseph School Mrs. Angela Gussoni…………... Vice Principal Mrs. Diane Hellriegel………….. Dir. of Communications/ Bulletin Editor

    PARISH OFFICE CLOSED—FEBRUARY 16 The Parish Office/Rectory will be closed for Presidents Day on Monday, February 16.



    All of the proceeds from Project Valentine, sponsored by Saint Joseph Social Concerns with the help of our Confirmation candidates, will go to offset the cost of our "Bingo & Basket" fundraiser that will be held on Thursday, April 16, in the Saint Joseph School Gym. 100% of the proceeds from the Bingo & Basket will benefit our Brother/Sister School—St. Joseph's in Jersey City. Thank you and God bless you for your support! Kathy Memoli's Famous Crumb Cake and many other delicious cakes, brownies, pies and cookies will be available for you to purchase. Please stop by and pick up a special treat for your special Valentine.

    Please note that whenever Saint Joseph School is closed due to bad weather, ALL parish activities, including Religious Education classes,

    will be cancelled for the safety of our parishioners. In case of inclement weather, you can check our

    parish website sjcnj.org—click on ”CLOSINGS”— to see if parish meetings and activities are cancelled.

    February 14, 2015 Mr. & Mrs. William Johnson

    February 15, 2015 People of the Parish Manuel M. Amaral Leonard LaSpisa Donna Tamayne Sheila Muller (living) Birthday Remembrance

    Feburary 16, 2015 Armando Heredia Flora C. Acosta

    February 17, 2015 Maureen Begley Mary & Arthur Potter

    February 18, 2015 Ash Wednesday Ed Kineke Mary & John Wagner People of the Parish

    February 19, 2015 Lucille Waters (prayers for healing) Mary & Patrick Miller

    February 20, 2015 Ruth Di Cicco Joseph P. Hoock, Jr.

    February 21, 2015 Kaylee Elizabeth & Margan Lilly De Gregorio (twin babies) Charles J. Branchi

    February 22, 2015 People of the Parish John Cullen Katherine Jacura Armando Heredia Leonard LaSpisa

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    1. The days of both Fast and Abstinence during Lent are Ash Wednesday (February 18) and Good Friday (April 3).

    If possible, the fast on Good Friday is continued until the Easter Vigil (on Holy Saturday Night) as the “paschal feast” to honor the suffering and death of the Lord Jesus, and to prepare ourselves to share more fully and to celebrate more readily his Resurrection. The other Fridays of Lent are days of Abstinence.

    ∎On a day of Fast, only one (1) full meal is permitted, and two (2) smaller meals, which, if added together, would not exceed the main meal in quantity. Those between the ages of 18—59 are obliged to fast.

    ∎On a day of Abstinence, no meat may be eaten. Those who have reached the age of 14 are obliged by the Law of Abstinence.

    2. The obligation to observe the laws of Fast and Abstinence, “substantially,” or as a whole, is a serious obligation.

    3. The Fridays of the year, outside of Lent are designated as days of penance, but each individual may substitute for the traditional abstinence from meat some other practice of voluntary self-denial as penance.

    The Code of Canon Law allows a pastor to dispense an individual from the specified obligations for a just cause . If you have any questions regarding eating meat on Friday, contact your pastor.

    4. The time for fulfilling the Paschal Precept (Easter Duty*) extends from the First Sunday of Lent, February 22, 2015, to The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, May 31, 2015.

    *All the faithful, after they have been initiated into the Most Holy Eucharist, are bound by the obligation of receiving Holy Communion at least once a year.


    Ashes will be distributed at the following times: 7:00 am Mass 8:30 am Mass 12:00 noon Prayer Service 4:00 pm Prayer Service 7:30 pm Mass


    When the Austrian Augustinian monk Pius Parsch (1884-1954) was ordained a priest, he used gifts of money he received on that occasion

    to buy a nine-volume set of books on the liturgy. He didn’t use them to decorate his bookshelves but to spark energetic and creative initiatives in his pastoral care, ones that have greatly influenced our own times. After obtaining a doctorate in theology, he taught novices at the monastery of Klosterneuburg near Vienna, where he belonged for his remaining years. From this spiritual base his many accomplishments included:

    ∎ the invention of the modern misalette, which he originally devised during his time as a chaplain to Austrian army troops during World War I to instruct them on the meaning of the Mass.

    ∎ the organizing of study groups for ordinary Catholics on the Bible and on the liturgy. (Father Parsch had chosen his religious name of Pius out of admiration for Pope St. Pius X, who had a great love of Scripture.)

    ∎ the introduction of the people’s sung participation at the “Kyrie,” the “Holy, Holy,” and the “Lamb of God.”

    ∎ the use of German for the readings proclaimed at Mass. (He would have lectors read out loud while the priest read the official Latin texts s

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