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  • Roman Catholic Church

    Office Location Phone Email/Fax Website

    Parish Office 105 Harrison St., New Milford 201-261-0148 [email protected] Fax #: 201-261-0369

    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

    MASS SCHEDULE WEEKEND

    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

    PAROCHIAL VICARS:

    Rev. Andrew Park Rev. Roy Regaspi

    DEACON: George Montalvo PASTOR EMERITUS:

    Rev. George M. Reilly

    Summer Office Hours: Parish: Mon.-Thurs.9 am-5 pm, Fri. 9 am-2 pm; Rel. Ed.: Mon –Thurs.: 9:30 am—5 pm (Also by appointment.)

    Oradell/New Milford, NJ June 28, 2015

    * 2016 Mass Book OPENS on June 30

    —see pp. 4-5 for Form *Parish Office will be closed

    on Fri., July 3

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    PRAYER REQUESTS Let us remember those who are ill:

    Dominic Tozzi, Mark Hellriegel, John Brereton, Ann Androvett,

    Let us remember those who have recently died: Rev. Charles Stengel, Rev. Walter Lucey

    Let us remember those serving in the military.

    SAINT JOSEPH CHURCH ORADELL/NEW MILFORD, NJ

    Saturday 5:00 pm

    Sunday 7:30 am 9:00 am 10.30 am UC 12:00 pm

    Monday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    Tuesday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    Wednesday 7:00 am 8:30 am

    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 12:00 pm

    Sunday Collection for Week of June 21, 2015 BASKET PARISHPAY TOTAL

    $7,376 $5,059 $12,435

    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

    STEWARDSHIP REFLECTION “… as a matter of equality your abundance at the present time should supply their want, so that their abundance may supply your want, that there may be equality.”

    —2 Corinthians 8:14 Not only are we responsible for our own lives, but we are responsible for the lives of those around us. Not only is it important that we grow, nurture and share our Gifts, but we should teach our children this same lesson and encourage others to do the same.

    BREAD AND WINE INTENTIONS The bread and wine for the

    week of June 28, 2015 is offered as a

    Birthday Remembrance of Violet Mary Guion

    as requested by her loving family.

    It is never too late to drop off or send in your weekly donation envelope. Saint Joseph Parish relies on parishioners’ weekly

    contributions to meet our operating expenses. Thank you for being a good steward of our parish.

    SUMMER MASS SCHEDULE The 10:30 am Sunday Mass in Mary’s Chapel (lower church) will resume after Labor Day.

    PARISH OFFICE CLOSED Friday, July 3

    Independence Day (observed)

    2016 MASS BOOK OPENS—TUESDAY, JUNE 30

    See pages 4-5 of this bulletin for instructions and form to request Masses. Forms are also available in the church literature racks or at the parish office/rectory.

    June 27, 2015 George M. Fabiano

    June 28, 2015 People of the Parish Jo-Ann Verrier Susan De Rosa Walter Browning

    June 29, 2015 Timothy Kehoe (First Anniversary Remembrance) Edward Dalton (15th Anniversary Remembrance)

    June 30, 2015 Raymond Alleman Marilyn Byrne

    July 1, 2015 Romualdo & Eloisa Lagdameo (20th Wedding Anniversary—living) Jean Johnson

    July 2, 2015 Mary Kelliher George Dunphey

    July 3, 2015 Angela Trepicchio Violet Mary Guion

    July 4, 2015 For Our Nation John Brello (First Anniversary Remembrance)

    July 5, 2015 People of the Parish Margaret M. Dodd Margaret Schatz Piazza Family

    See Saint Joseph Parish on Facebook. Go to facebook.com/church.st.joseph

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    THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME ~ JUNE 28, 2015

    See our bulletin in FULL COLOR on our website: sjcnj.org

    FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK

    Here are some recent non-fiction books that have appeared, beginning with histories:

    ∎ Jessie Child’s God’s Traitors (Oxford) is about the Vaux family, prominent English Catholics of the time of Elizabeth I who strongly upheld their Faith and supported the Jesuits in a dangerous time.

    ∎ Caroline Morehead’s Village of Secrets: Defying the Nazis in Vichy France (Harper).

    ∎ Tristram Hunt’s Cities of Empire (Metropolitan) surveys the history of ten cities that were the second leading ones in their empires, including Boston, Bombay, Hong Kong, Dublin, Cape Town and Melbourne.

    ∎ Laura Hillenbrand’s Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption (Random House)tells of Louis Zamperini, an Olympic long distance runner who was shot down over the Pacific in 1943, then spent 47 days on a life raft and two terrible years in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. After the war, he overcame alcoholism, nightmares and post-traumatic stress through a Christian conversion, something not portrayed in the 2014 film version of the book.

    ∎ Timothy W. Ryback’s Hitler’s First Victims (Knopf) focuses on Josef Hartinger, a Bavarian prosecutor who, early in the Hitler regime, courageously indicted Dachau SS guards for the murders of inmates falsely said to have died as suicides or men shot “while trying to escape.”

    ∎ Mark Greengrass’s Christendom Destroyed: Euorpe, 1517-1648 (Viking/Penguin), is a densely detailed survey of the combined pressures, especially on the Hapsburg Holy Roman Empire and the Papal states, imposed by the Protestant Reformation, the Ottoman Empire and the ambitions of France.

    ∎ Jenny Uglow’s In These Times (FSG) describes the effects of the Napoleonic wars on everyday life in interesting detail.

    ∎ Charles Spencer (Princess Diana’s brother) colorfully explores the lives of the 59 men who

    signed the British king’s death warrant in 1649 in Killers of the King: The Men Who Dared to Execute Charles I (Bloomsbury).

    ∎ Erik Larsen’s Dead Wake (Crown) recounts the 1915 torpedoing of the passenger ship Lusitania by a German U-boat, with the loss of 1,198 lives, including those of 128 Americans, in an incident that led America into World War I.

    ∎ Steven Nightingale’s Granada (Counterpoint) tells of the Islamic influence on Spain, focusing on the “Jewel of Andalusia.”

    ∎ Michael Farquhar’s Bad Days in History (National Geographic) recounts a disaster for each day of the year, which may help put at least some of our own disappointments and reversals in a different perspective.

    Msgr. David Hubba

    PARISH FOOD DRIVE—THANK YOU!

    “… for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink…Truly I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of my brethren, you did it to me.” Matthew 25:34,35,40 At this time of the year, when food pantries are low in supplies, your donations were a true blessing! In addition to the many wonderful bags of groceries received the weekend of the Social Concerns Committee food drive on June 13-14, we collected $540 in monetary donations. We know God will bless you. "… give, and it will be given to you; good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap…." Luke 6:38 Thank you!

    SACRAMENT OF

    MARRIAGE

    June 20, 2015

    Mary Velasquez

    & Michael Murphy

    EUCHARISTIC ADORATION —JULY 1

    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will be held on Wednesday, July 1, in Mary's Chapel in the lower church from 9:00 am—5:00 pm. The Legion of Mary invites you to attend.

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    SAINT JOSEPH CHURCH ORADELL/NEW MILFORD, NJ

    Visit us on our websites: CHURCH: sjcnj.org SCHOOL: sjsusa.org RELIGIOUS ED: sjcnjre.org

    PRESERVE A LOVED ONE’S NAME WITH A PERSONALIZED PAVER

    You can still reserve an engraved brick in your name or that of a loved one to be placed in front of any of the statues in our “Garden of Saints” or added to the Com-memorative Brick Path between the church and the grotto. The donation is $125 for each brick. Order forms are available in the parish office/rectory or in our church literature racks. Orders must be received by August 1 so that the bricks can be inscribed and inserted before the Fall.

    EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS NEEDED TO VISIT ORADELL HEALTH CARE CENTER

    Fr. Andrew is looking for more Ministers of Holy Communion to join Saint Joseph’s Ministry to nursing home residents. If you are a mandated Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and are able

    to volunteer some time one or two Sundays a month to take Communion (after the 9:00 am Sunday Mass) to the residents of Care One’s Oradell Health Care Center, please contact Fr. Andrew at 201-261-0148 or by email at [email protected] If you are interested but are not yet a Eucharistic Minister, please feel free to reach out to Father Andrew. He would be very happy to help you explore the possibility of serving in this very special ministry.

    PILGRIMAGE TO SPAIN & PORTUGAL —OCTOBER 12-21

    Join Fr. Roy Regaspi on a 10-day pilgrimage to Portugal and Spain to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the

    birth of St. Teresa of Avila. In addition to visiting the medieval city of Avila, the church where St. Teresa had frequent visions and the convent that contains her relics, pilgrims will also spend time at Fatima and the Shrine of Our Lady where three local shepherd children saw the Virgin Mary. Departing from Newark, the pilgrimage will travel from Lisbon to Santarem and Fatima (and the Shrine of Fatima), to Alba de Tormes (the burial place of St. Teresa), to Salamanca (“the Golden City”) and Avila, then to Madrid (and the famous Prado Museum), El Escorial (built as King Philip I’s residence, which now serves as a monastery, royal palace, museum and school), and ending at Toledo (the ancient capital that so inspired the famous artist El Greco). For more information, see flyers in the church literature racks or contact Tour Director Buddy S. Deauna at 201-501-8388 or by email at [email protected]

    SAINT JOSEPH PARISH 2016 MASS BOOK

    TO OPEN TUESDAY, JUNE 30

    FOR MASS REQUESTS, USE “2016 MASS INTENTION FORM”

    PRINTED ON PAGE 5 OF THIS BULLETIN

    Masses will be assigned on a first-come basis. No prior requests can be taken. Mass Intention requests will not be taken over the phone. We can only honor requests made in person and submitted on the Mass Intention Form. Please tear the Form (p. 5) out of the bulletin.

    Bring the completed form to the parish office when you arrange for the Masses.

    State the full name of the person for whom the Mass Intention is requested. Please print clearly. Mass Intention Donation is $10 per request.

    Donation is payable at the time of request to: “Saint Joseph Church.”

    For the first two weeks that the book is open, there is a maximum limit of 5 Masses per family. Please do not request all Mass Intentions to be scheduled for Sunday and Holy Days. Mass Intentions may be requested for Christmas OR Easter, but not both

    Mass Intention requests will be taken

    10:00 am — 3:00 pm

    (Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays

    in July;

    Monday to Friday thereafter).

    Please remember that the parish office is not open in the evening or on weekends.

    POSITION AVAILABLE: AFTER CARE SUPERVISOR

    Saint Joseph School has a September opening for the position of school After Care Supervisor. Hours are from 2:30 – 6:00 pm daily, Monday through Friday, when school is in session. For more information and a summary of qualifications, please contact Mrs. Colette Vail, school principal, at 201-261-2388. Ideal part-time job for second-career individual or energetic retiree!

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    THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME ~ JUNE 28, 2015

    2016 MASS BOOK Opens — Tuesday, June 30 (10:00 am—3:00 pm at Rectory).

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    SAINT JOSEPH CHURCH ORADELL/NEW MILFORD, NJ

    SEND A CITY CHILD TO CAMP The Eddie Gray Camp Fund is seeking funds to send inner-city children to summer camp. This year our cost per child will be $250 for one week. Donations of ANY amount are greatly appreciated! Please make checks payable to the “Eddie Gray Camp Fund” and mail to: Sister Jacinta Fernandes, St. Joseph Social Service Center 118 Division Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07201. Thank you for providing a happy and healthy experience for an inner-city child!

    HOW TO REPORT ABUSE The Archdiocese takes very seriously any and all allegations of sexual misconduct by members of the clergy, Religious and lay staff of the Archdiocese. We encourage anyone with knowledge of such to inform us immediately so that we may take appropriate action to protect others and provide support to any victim. Individuals who wish to report an allegation may do so by calling the Archdiocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection at 201-407-3256.

    INDEPENDENCE DAY PRAYER "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

    We all know these words by heart. They are from the United States Declaration of Independence. However, are these words held with the same reverence around the world as they are held here at home? Sadly, no.

    There are many places in the world where it is a life-threatening endeavor to practice one's faith, that faith that was given to each human by that Creator who endowed us with inalienable rights.

    Let us take a moment to remember all those people in the world who are not free to seek life, liberty or happiness.

    Let us pray... O God,

    You willed that the Jewish people be free from slavery by their Egyptian captors. You will that all people should be free

    to worship you without fear and to celebrate their religious beliefs

    freely, even if they have not yet found you.

    Grant that those of us who live in this great nation

    will thank you daily for our freedom, and work for the freedom of others

    around the world that do not yet have the freedom

    to practice their faith openly and proudly.

    We seek your wisdom where hatred abounds,

    and ask for humility to offer our good works

    to others who live in fear and bondage.

    We ask all this through Christ our Lord, Who frees us from sin and death through the wood of the cross.

    Amen.

    FROM THE ARCHBISHOP IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE SHOOTING

    IN CHARLESTON, SC

    The almost 1.5 million Catholics of the Archdiocese of Newark offer their sympathies and prayers for the victims of the Charleston attack and their families. All of the parishes of the Archdiocese of Newark will remember them in the General Intercessions at Mass in the days and weeks ahead, in the sure and certain hope that those who have died have received The Embrace of Our Heavenly Father.

    … Security for the people who come to our churches is a priority. … I do call upon all of the pastors of the Newark Archdiocese to work with local law enforcement agencies to strengthen and implement appropriate protections in our parishes. However, we need to balance those concerns against the reality that churches, temples, and all houses of worship are places of welcome and of God’s love.

    I remind the people of this local Church of Newark that now is a time for consolation, for brave thoughts, and for turning fear into love—both for those who have perished in Charleston, and for our neighbors here in New Jersey.

    Most Reverend John J. Myers Archbishop of Newark

    SAFETY AT SAINT JOSEPH In line with our ongoing effort to make Saint Joseph Parish buildings and grounds safe for all, Facilities Director Tom Meli had already begun upgrading general security measures on campus prior to this terrible tragedy. Additionally he has consulted with local law enforcement officials and is implementing their recommendations.

    Saint Joseph Parish offers their deepest sympathy to the families of the victims and to the members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston and will continue to keep them in our prayers.

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Roman Catholic Church Office Location Phone Email/Fax Website Parish Office 105 Harrison St., New Milford 201-261-0148 offi[email protected] Fax #: 201-261-0369 sjcnj.org Religious Educaon 105 Harrison St., New Milford 201-261-1144 [email protected] sjcnjre.org Saint Joseph School 305 Elm St., Oradell 201-261-2388 offi[email protected] sjsusa.org the greenhouse-PreK 305 Elm St., Oradell 201-477-8114 [email protected] greenhouseusa.org MASS SCHEDULE WEEKEND 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 Eucharisc Adoraon First Wednesday of Month 9 am—5 pm in Mary’s Chapel SACRAMENTS Confession: Saturday, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Bapsm 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. Chrisan Iniaon of Adults—RCIA Contact the Parish Office. PARISH REGISTRATION Contact the Parish Office. Saint Joseph PASTOR: Msgr. David C. Hubba PAROCHIAL VICARS: Rev. Andrew Park Rev. Roy Regaspi DEACON: George Montalvo PASTOR EMERITUS: Rev. George M. Reilly Summer Office Hours: Parish: Mon.-Thurs.9 am-5 pm, Fri. 9 am-2 pm; Rel. Ed.: Mon –Thurs.: 9:30 am—5 pm (Also by appointment.) Oradell/New Milford, NJ June 28, 2015 * 2016 Mass Book OPENS on June 30 —see pp. 4-5 for Form *Parish Office will be closed on Fri., July 3
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