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  • The Church of The Church of

    St. Pius the Tenth St. Pius the Tenth 300 Lacey Road, Forked River, New Jersey 08731



    Religious Education609-693-0368

    Sunday Mass Schedule:Saturday: 4:00pm Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am & 12:00pm

    Daily Mass Schedule:Monday-Friday: 8:00am

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    PASTOR Rev. Richard Basznianin WEEKEND ASSISTANTS Rev. Paul Iovino DEACONS Deacon Philip Craft Deacon James T. Heller (Retired) Deacon Earl Lombardo Deacon Anthony Martucci Deacon Anthony Repice BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR Mrs. Francesca Kopack COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Mrs. Patricia Colando COORDINATOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY Mrs. Danielle Froslear PARISH TRUSTEES Mr. Allan Cronheim Mrs. Janet Jordan


    SATURDAYS 7:30AM-9:00AM & 2:45PM-5:30PM SUNDAYS FROM 7:00AM-1:00PM


    PARISH OFFICE Office hours Mon. Thurs. 8:30AM-4:30PM

    Summer Hours Fri. - 8:30AM-12PM Phone: 609-693-5107 Fax: 609-693-6829

    Email: info@churchofstpius.org Website: www.churchofstpius.org


    Thursday & Friday 9:00AM-12:00PM Sat. 3:30PM-5:30PM (closed during Mass)

    Sun. 8:30AM-12:00PM (closed during 10:00 Mass)

    SAMARITAN CORNER Hours: Mon. & Wed. 9:00AM3:00PM

    Fri. 9:00AM12:00PM Phone 693-6105

    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Monday - Thursday 8:30AM-4:30PM

    Fri. - Closed Phone: 693-0368. Email: stpiuskids@gmail.com

    facebook.com/St.Pius X Religious Education


    Contact : Tina Dinolfo, 908-783-1780,mstheturn@aol.com


    ALTAR SERVERS Deacon Philip Craft ASSISTED LIVING at Spring Oak Deacon Anthony Repice BEREAVEMENT- Companions on the Journey- Paula Little Funeral Mass Preparation Office Staff Journey through Grief- Paula Little Rainbows - Paula Little BIBLE STUDY/FAITH SHARING- Deacon Earl Lombardo BULLETIN Sandra Zuzola CALENDAR Sandra Zuzola CHURCH CLEANERS June Oppici EUCHARISTIC ADORATION - Anne Brennan EVENING BIBLE STUDY- Maria Stork EXTRA-ORDINARY MINISTERS OF THE EUCHARIST- Scheduling of Eucharistic Ministers & Lectors Rita Kakascik GODS FAITHFUL DISCIPLES/GODS LITTLE ANGELS Deidre Mitchelli KITCHEN/PARISH HALL- Anna Chanik HOSPITALITY 8:00am- Anna Chanik 10:00am- Mary Ann Eckhart MUSIC MINISTRY- Adult & Childrens Choir- Joe Dalton- Music Director Praise Band- Joe Casilli PARISH NURSING Jen Harper PARISH REGISTRATION Sandra Zuzola RCIA Mary La Bruna RIGHT TO LIFE Deacon Anthony Martucci ROSARY ALTAR SOCIETY Robin Caroselli RETREATS- Women Peggy Craft Men Tom Craft SAMARITANS Domenic Frangella SEW & SEWS- Barbara Pielhau SPIRITUAL DIRECTION- Marian Repice THE ANGEL SHOP AT ST. PIUS X Elaine Shultz USHERS VOLUNTEERS Anna Chanik CATHOLIC WOMEN OF ZION Eileen Lombardo CURSILLO-ULTREYA- Pat Martucci KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Grand Knight Marty Murphy Ladies Auxiliary Barbara Roshak

    Church of St. Pius X All are Welcome


    JULY 15th, 2018

    Monday, July 16, 2018 8:00am Patricia McBride - by Helen Milling Tuesday, July 17, 2018 8:00am John Kennedy - by Kevin & Lois OBrien Wednesday, July 18, 2018 8:00am Anne Leavey - by Frank & Penny Cardell Thursday, July 19, 2018 8:00am Patricia Barry - by Bernie & Sue Snyder Friday, July 20, 2018 8:00am For The Living and Deceased Members of St. Pius X Church


    Saturday, July 21, 2018 4:00pm Alexandros Tsarnas - by Paula Tsarnas Dorothy Mollica - Adele & Steve McGauley Deacon Henry Rohrman - by Deacon Bill & Mary Tizio William McCarthy - by Joann & John Tucker Stan Edinger - by Anthony Corbisiero Sunday, July 22, 2018 8:00am Sergio Rodriguez - by Norma Loughran John Zagarese & Family - by Helen Barry Robert Vitale - by Gary & Pat Colando Helen Palencia Pie - by Drs. Tito & Connie Mendoza Mary C. Dante - by Tommy & Lisa Vidal 10:00am Phyllis Stefanelli - Love, daughter, Sandra Zuzola & Children Raymond D. Calvano - From - All the Schaupps in Texas Josephine Hughes McCauley - 1 year Remembrance - by Linda Gavin John Zagarese - by Jennie Giannantonio Madeline Pedati - by Gilbert, Ellen, Teddy, & Lily Vidal 12:00pm Peter Terrafranca - by Family Dorothy Wickham - by Laura Burke & Family Julia Frank - by Joseph Weisbrod Mary Siano - by St. Pius X Adult Choir Richard Gino - by Gili Family

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    July 15th, 2018 Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time


    In this Sunday's Gospel passage, Jesus teaches us about trust. If we're to fulfill our calling as God's mis-sionaries of love in this world, if we're to fulfill our calling to share the Good News, we must trust God and the resources that he provides. And we must trust that he will always provide exactly what we need when we need it, even though it doesn't always seem sufficient. It's important that we don't feed the inclination to distrust him by expecting anything other than what he provides. Every Mass ends with a re-commissioning rite for the calling we all have. The final blessing is a sending forth after we've been renewed in our relationship with Jesus. His presence in the Word and in the Eu-charist and in the Church community re-energizes us (when we pay attention) to boldly go and do all that he asks of us. Through the priest, Jesus sends us into the world to be the visible proof that he is real and that he's alive and that he cares. With Jesus, and in him and through him, we are all evangelizers who can make a difference in the world. Yes, all of us -- all of us who have participated in the Eucharistic celebration with conscious awareness of what we are saying and praying and receiving during Mass. Go forth in bold confidence! Jesus is sending you out from the church with his Spirit and his suffi-ciency. However, when we do the packing and decide what to take with us on the mission, we like to take an abundance of stuff, just in case we might need it. Thus, we fail to show others that God is reliable and trustworthy. To be effective evangelizers, we have to surrender over to God whatever baggage interferes with our mission. Remember this: Surrender is not truly surrender un-less we no longer want what we surrendered. If we still have some desire for it, we're attached to it by a bungee cord that yanks us back to it, yanking us away from our true purpose in life. 2018 Terry Modica, Catholic Digital Resources, www.catholicdr.com. Printed by permission.

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    Baptisms - The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 1:00pm in the Church. Parents must be reg-istered and Baptismal Preparation classes are

    required for parents of the child. Classes are scheduled for the 1st Saturday of the month. Godparents must be practicing Catholics who have received the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Communion and Confirmation, and if married, married within the laws of the Church. Please make arrangements by calling the Office at 693-5107.

    Weddings - According to Diocesan policy, weddings should be arranged at least 1 year before the intended date. Prior to making any wedding plans and arrangements, the bride or groom

    need to be active registered members in the parish for at least 3 months. Please call the office and ask for Fran.

    Registration - Those wishing to register should contact or visit the Parish office. Registration in our Parish and regular use of the envelope sys-tem are required for anyone wishing to re-

    ceive eligibility certificates or letters of recommendation. Please call the office if you are unsure of your registra-tion status.

    Shop Rite Card Programs- Before going shopping, did you purchase your Shop Rite gift cards? Cards come in $25, $50 & $100 denominations. Gift cards can be purchased Monday through Friday in the Main

    Office and in the Narthex following all weekend masses.

    Masses, Memorials- We have Masses, Healing Masses and Me-morials available. The donation is $10.00. Also available Novena Masses for 9 first Fri-days; the donation is $15.00.

    Weekly, monthly and yearly votive candles-Candles can be obtained by completing the coupon on page 6 and returning it to the Main Office with payment. Please call the office if you have any questions.

    Flowers at the Altar, Chapel & Blessed Mother Flowers can be ordered for a donation of $40.00. They can be in remembrance of a loved one or to celebrate Anniversaries and Birthdays.


    Your stewardship in Treasure for the weekend is as follows:

    July 1, 2018

    1st Collection $ 13,456.00 2nd Collection $ 5,196.00 Total: $ 18,661.00 July 8, 2018

    1st Collection $ 12,795.00 2nd Collection $ 22,673.00 Total: $ 35,468.00

    WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE Saturday: 4:00pm, Sunday: 8:00am,10:00am, 12:00pm

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