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RE@DINGS FOR THE WEEK
Mary, Mother of the Church Parish
ST. M@RY 45 Crosswi]ks Str__t Bor^_ntown, N.J. 08505
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REV. M@RTIN O’REILLY, P[stor REV. CES@R R. @NSON, P[ro]hi[l Vi][r
REV. STEPHEN SCHULER, SVD, W__k_n^ @ssist[nt
D_ons G[ry T. Ri]h[r^son Ron[l^ S]hwo_\_l
F[x: 609-298-7178 W_\ @^^r_ss: mmot]p.org
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Mon^[y: Dn 9:4\-10; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Lk 6:36-38
Tu_s^[y: 2 Sm 7:4-5[, 12-14[, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24[ or Lk 2:41-51[
W_^n_s^[y: J_r 18:18-20; Ps 31:5-6, 14-16; Mt 20:17-28
Thurs^[y: J_r 17:5-10; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 16:19-31
Fri^[y: Gn 37:3-4, 12-13[; 17\-28[; Ps105:16-21; Mt 21:33-43, 45-46
S[tur^[y: Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Ps 103:1-4, 9-12; Lk 15:1-3, 11-32
Sun^[y: Ex 3:1-8[, 13-15; Ps 103:1-4, 6-8, 11; 1 Cor 10:1-6, 10-12; Lk 13:1-9
No reptiles are found there [in Ireland], and no snake can live there; for, though often carried thither out of Britain, as soon as the ship comes near the shore, and the scent of the air reaches them, they die.
Saturday Vigil: Holy Assumption, Roebling—4:00 PM St. Mary’s, Bordentown—5:00 PM Sundays: 7:30, 9:30, and 11:30 AM at St. Mary, and 10:30 AM at Holy Assumption
C Holy Assumption—Saturday from 3:00-3:45 PM St. Mary—Saturday 4:00-4:45 PM; also by appt.
W : M F St. Mary, Bordentown—7:30 AM Chapel of Saints Holy Assumption, Roebling—8:30 AM (Mon.—Eucharistic Service); No morning Mass on Saturdays Eve of the Holy Day: St. Mary, Bordentown 7:00 PM Holy Day: St. Mary, Bordentown 7:30 AM Holy Assumption, Roebling—8 AM and 7 PM
B Baptisms are celebrated on 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month, following the 11:30 AM Mass at St. Mary; and on the 3rd Sunday during the 10:30 AM Mass at Holy Assumption. Please call the rectory office to register, provide the required documents, and schedule a Baptism Prep class.
M Arrangements are to be made at least 1 year in advance.
S C /C Urgent calls any time of day or night. Arrangements for Anointing of the Sick and Holy Communion for those confined to the home are to be made by contacting the rectory.
A B S The chapel is open daily. The Blessed Sacrament is exposed for solemn adoration: Mon.-Fri. 8:00-8:45AM; Sat. 8:00-10:00AM. Evening hours are Wed. 7-8 PM Quarterly, special adoration times & events are offered.
P R We welcome new parishioners to the parish, and we ask them to register as soon as possible. If you are not registered, we are not able to issue letters for sponsorship for the Sacraments or character references to schools or for employment. If you move from the parish please notify the rectory.
PARISH ORGANIZATIONS & MINISTRIES
Adult Choir Jac Madson 609-758-7243 (SM)
Altar Linen Ministry Helene Shea 609-298-7612 (SM)
Barbara Boldizar 609-499-0900 (HA)
Church Ushers Ron Marino 609-298-5469 (SM)
Dominick Cipriano 609-634-2482(HA)
Contemporary Choir Cathy Alphonse 609-291-9204 (MMOTCP)
Eucharistic Ministers Contact the Parish Office—609-298-0261
Food Pantry Mike Novalis 609-298-4664 (SM);
Sue Oros 609-499-0022 (HA)
Holy Name Society Paul Ordog 609-499-9259 (MMOTCP)
Knights of Columbus Ron White 609-903-0342 (MMOTCP)
Lectors Contact the Parish Office—609-298-0261
Legion of Mary Anne Eccles 609-298-0261
Open Hearts, Willing Hands (Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County)
Parish Council Deacon Gary Richardson
Altar & Rosary Society Stephanie Salewski 609-291-1816 (SM) Donna Frappolli 609-221-1957 (HA)
Sports Committee John Bacovin 609-638-9054 (MMOTCP)
St. Vincent de Paul Society Jeff Burns 609-298-1414 (MMOTCP)
Third Order Maria Schultes (MMOTCP)
Word of Life Prayer Group Pat Baylog 609-298-4249 (MMOTCP)
M E W
Mon. 7:00 PM Mass for Healing & Hope 3/18 SM Church 7:00 PM Mary’s Weavers SM Parish Office Downstairs Tues. 2:00 PM Rosary—Chapel of Saints 3/19 7:00 PM Holy Hour—HA Church Wed. 12:00 Noon Soup & Scripture—Katharine 3/20 Drexel Parish 3:00 PM Prayer for Priests & Religious Chapel of Saints
Wed. 7:00 PM SVDP Meeting—SM Parish 3/20 Office Upstairs 7:00 PM Miraculous Medal Novena & Holy Hour—Chapel of Saints Thurs. 7:00 PM Journey through Lent 3/21 SM Church 7:00 PM Choir Practice—HA Music Room Fri. 3:00 PM Stations—SM Church 3/22 6:00 PM Soup & Stations—HA Divine Mercy Room & Church Sat. 9:30 AM Timeless Rosary– Chapel of 3/23 Saints
Monday, March 18 7:30 AM Catherine Payakovich rb/ Altar Rosary Society 7:00 PM Word of Life—Mass for Healing & Hope Tuesday, March 19 7:30 AM Theresa Griffith rb/ Erin Cook Wednesday, March 20 7:30 AM Jia Hui Peng rb/ Agnes Peng Thursday, March 21 7:30 AM Christine Pennacchi rb/ Joseph & Donna Frappolli Friday, March 22 7:00 AM Rosario Ibamez rb/ Flor, Ira & Family Saturday, March 23 5:00 PM John Casserini rb/ Connie Gagliardi
Sunday, March 24 7:30 AM Aloysius Kandrac rb/ His Children
9:30 AM Katherine Cavallaro rb/ Mary Effie Gunther & Lisa Scargelli Jim Hester rb/ Peter & Janet Darata
11:30 AM Anthony Barbalace, Sr. (A) rb/ Wife Rita & Children
Parish Office Hours: Monday 9:00-7:00 Tuesday—Friday: 9:00-3:00 45 Crosswicks Street, Bordentown, NJ 08505
Phone: 609-298-0261 & 609-499-0161 | Religious Ed. Phone: 609-291-8281 | Fax: 609-298-7178
Fr. Martin O’Reilly, Pastor ......................................... ext. 16 Fr. Cesar Anson, Parochial Vicar ............................... ext. 10 Larry Denney, Business Manager .............................. ext. 15 Cathy Alphonse, Accounts Payable ........................... ext. 11 ...................................................... [email protected] Peggy Schwoebel, Purchasing .................................... ext. 10 ................................................... [email protected]
Patricia Solimine, Parish Secretary ............................ ext. 12 ...................................................... [email protected] Margaret Zola, Coordinator, Religious Ed. ............... ext. 18 ............................................................ [email protected] Carol Schulz, RE Assistant. ....................................... ext. 17 .......................................................... [email protected] Richard Mercantini, Maintenance
SAINT MARY CHURCH HOLY ASSUMPTION CHURCH
Lector: Peter Sullivan EM: Dave Cleary, Teresa Diaz, Javier Perez, Joyce Ingling, Need 1 More Server: Kevin Ritter
Lector: Martha Spurlock EM: Robert Peterla, Liz Evans, Marie Thompson, Joyce Bush, Need 2 More Servers: Julian Estes, Sophia D’Artagnon, Gabriel Jarvie
Lector: Paul Keller EM: Anna DeChirara, Linda Yack, John Young, Need 2 More Servers: Talia Jones, Ron Janssen Tarriela, Amelie Dela Cruz, Matthew Lutzker
Monday, March 18 8:30 AM Eucharistic Service Tuesday, March 19 8:30 AM Charles Smith rb/ Marge & Mereno Angelini Wednesday, March 20 8:30 AM Doris Jean Challender rb/ Joe & Donna Frappolli Special Intentions for Christy & Family rb/ Deacon Ron & Jean Zalegowski Thursday, March 21 8:30 AM Rose Polizzotto rb/ The Family
Friday, March 22 8:30 AM Charles Smith rb/ Maria Roan Saturday, March 23 4:00 PM Theresa Karpac rb/ The Family Richard Dennison, Jr. rb/ The Family
Sunday, March 24 10:30 AM Deceased members of he Iannuzzi Family rb/ Rose Iannuzzi
Lectors: Emilia Winters & Krisztina Trezza EM: Dottie Drangula, Rose Troyanovich, Barbara Boldizar, Tom McCue Server: Graziella Carnassale & Ken Cruz
Lectors: Kathy & Tom Fetch EM: Karen Hegarty, Maria Roan, Kim Tkacs, Sheila Tkacs Server: Veronica Spivey
2nd Sunday of Lent March 17, 2019
Lector: Linda Howard EM: Joe Gramlich, Bill Bott, Marlene Thompson, Need 2 More Servers: Brianna Coppola, Chloe Montera
Sanctuary Lamp Ida DiPietro rb/Daughters
ALTAR LINEN MINISTRY St. Mary’s (SM) & Holy Assumption (HA)
Week of Mar. 17: Jeanne Zalegowski (SM) Rose Troyanovich (HA) Week of Mar. 24: Marge Devennie (SM) Margaret Kelly (HA)
For more information, call Helene Shea (SM) at 609-298-7612 or Barbara Boldizar (HA) at 609-499-0900.
2nd Sunday of Lent March 17, 2019
Dear Sisters and Brothers,
The wonderful thing about St Patrick’s Day, is that everyone, that wants to be, is Irish. Well that’s how I see it. I remember my first St Patrick’s Day in New York and seeing all these people of different nationalities and skin color wearing big badges with ‘kiss me I’m Irish.’ It made me very proud that so many people wanted to celebrate with the Irish what was good and wholesome about their faith and culture. I know sometimes when we celebrate too long the ‘good’ can become ‘sullied’ and the ‘wholesome’ can become ‘unwholesome.’ But isn’t that life? We start off with the best of intentions to do good and wholesome things in life and some how we sully or make unhealthy what we do. St Patrick’s first experience of Ireland wasn’t a good one; he was kidnapped and brought to Ireland and sold into slavery. The experience was despicable and by the grace of God he escaped and found his way home. For many of us we would never darken the door of Ireland again, but Patrick heard the voice of God and the call of the Irish people. He became a priest and returned to evangelize the Irish.
What jumps out at me is, when we are at our worst God is at God’s best. Ireland was at it’s worst in the 5th Century and heard the cry of the people and sent Patrick. We can change Ireland to the name of any nation, state, diocese, parish, family or person. God always listens for the cries of the people – God is continuously looking for the modern day ‘Patricks’ to send to God’s people. Will we allow ourselves to hear the call and will we go?
Our Lenten Journey I’m hoping Lent has gotten off to a good start for you. If you like me find yourself with a piece of candy in the mouth and then realize you are meant to be off candy – well that didn’t last long. The temptation is: give up, don’t start again. We have occasions to help us refocus with our daily Masses, Tuesday and Wednesday holy hours, prayer groups and stations of the cross. Let us pray for each other and encourage each other. Offer a personal invitation to a friend, neighbor or family member to come and pray together. Jesus said, ‘Where two or three are gathered I am there among them.’
Annual Catholic Appeal Last weekend we had our Annual Catholic Appeal. I know many of you have a long tradition of pledging to the appeal and I thank you. To those who are new to the parish or if you were unable to pledge in the past but are in a position now, I ask you to help in any way you can. To enable the diocese to reach the people in need it needs your support. To reach mothers with unplanned pregnancies, reaching those in prison, reaching those preparing for marriage, reaching family ministry, reaching our senior church members and reaching our young church members. The lives the Annual Catholic Appeal reaches is so far reaching and so, so necessary. I ask you, on behalf off all in need and benefit from the Annual Catholic Appeal, please consider what you can as an individual or as a family.
Reflection Make us worthy, Lord, to serve our fellow human beings throughout our diocese who live and die in poverty and hunger. Give them through our hands this day their day their daily bread, and, by our understanding love, give peace and joy. (Mother Teresa (adapted)) ~Fr. Martin
Parish Offerings for the weekend of March 3
$12,532—Regular Collection $1,571—Black & Native American
Thank you for your kind support and may God bless you for your generosity!
Please encourage all members in your family who are working to support our parish family.
Pope St. Paul VI once said, “Never reach out your hand unless you are willing to extend an arm.” With these words, he challenges us to do all we
can to build up the Body of Christ in our communities and provide assistance to those in need. He urges us to offer our help with free
hearts and a generous spirit, withholding nothing in our efforts. (Bishop David O’Connell)
Your donation is important in building up our Church.
THE DIOCESE OF TRENTON
“Beannachtaí na Féile Padraig Ort.”
CALLING ALL USHERS! In recognition of your service, we are asking all of the ushers at both sites to provide us with a short bio. Please include the following:
• How long have you been an usher? • Why did you decide to become an usher? • What gratitude and satisfaction have you received from being
part of this ministry? Do you have any special occasion or event to share?
Please submit your bio to the Parish Office ATT: Larry Denney, Business Manager
2nd Sunday of Lent March 17, 2019
From: Florence Interests: Soccer & Singing (Badly) Aspirations: A Chef or Make-Up Artist Being a Catholic Means: Being humble & caring. When people look down on you, you just do what Jesus would do and turn the other cheek.
From: Columbus Interests: Football & Lacrosse Aspirations: An Engineer Being a Catholic Means: It means always helping other people and being the best person you could be.
8th GRADERS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Please pray for our 8th Graders as they continue to prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation
From: Florence Interests: Horseback Riding, Field Hockey Aspirations: A Fashion Designer Being a Catholic Means: That you always have God to talk to, someone who believes in you, and someone who loves you.
From: Florence Interests: Soccer, Skiing, and Band Aspirations: The Best Version of Myself Being a Catholic Means: That we all share the same beliefs about following God’s rules and getting to heaven.
From: Bordentown Interests: Sports Aspirations: To be a Hard Working Person Being a Catholic Means: Being a good person and believing in God.
From: Florence Interests: Books, Horses, Field Hockey, Softball Aspirations: A Penn State Grad/Race Horse Veterinarian Being a Catholic Means: Having something to strive for all my life, being a child of God and always being willing to help my neighbor.
2nd Sunday of Lent March 17, 2019
THE SICK who have been recommended to our prayers… Virginia Csik, Debbie Csik Kern, David Csik, Jr., Maria Corbett, Nancy Walls, James Ryan Tomlinson, Shirley Fisher, Baby John Joseph Gorman, James Tomosi, Logan Fitzgerald, Mike Masciello, Fr. Michael Burns, Fr. Capistran Polgar, Joan DeLorenzo, Patrick DeLorenzo, John Moore, Patricia Gates, Nicole Cochran, Ken Cunningham, Elsie Garcie, and all of the sick of the parish.
Pray for our Deceased Nicholas Dimitriou
NOTE: Prayer List entries will be removed after 30 days unless we are notified that your loved one requires continued prayer support.
CONGRATULATIONS FR. MARTIN On Receiving The Order of St. Brendan Award 2019
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of the Jersey Shore 46th Award Dinner
Photographed are Msgr. Sean Flynn, Pastor of St. Mark Parish, Sea Girt, Fr. Martin, Larry Denney, Wayne Irons, Msgr. Harold Cullen, Pastor of
St. Catharine-St. Margaret Parish, Spring Lake. CONGRATULATIONS AND SLAINTE!
Mary, Mother of the Church Community Food Pantry
St. Mary Site Hours M-W-F: 2-3 PM - T & Th: 9-10 AM & 6-7 PM - Sat.: 9-10 AM
Current Needs: large cans of baked beans, Spam, bar soap, jarred pasta sauce, toothpaste, and canned potatoes. We are also collecting empty egg cartons again. Holy Assumption Site Hours Tuesdays: 2-3PM
Current needs: canned fruit, pasta sauce, tuna, paper towels, and juice.
Please bring donations to the church requesting the items needed. Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
• Bins have been placed at the exits of both St. Mary’s and Holy Assumption to collect Baby Wipes, Diapers and Baby Formula for our Annual Chapter Baby Shower hosted at St. John the Baptist in Allentown. We will be collected through-out the Lenten season. The donations collected are to help First Way of Burlington County and other Pro-Life clinics in the area. In addition, if anyone was interested in attending the Baby Shower it will be Sunday, April 28th at 10am at St. John the Baptist. Tickets are $10 per person and includes a full buffet breakfast. Please send me an email if interested at [email protected].
• HOLD THE DATE: Breakfast with the Easter Bunny will be Palm Sunday, April 14th from 8:00am until 11:30am in St. Mary’s Hall. More information will be available in the com-ing weeks.
• Council Business Meeting – Monday, March 25th in the Rectory – 2nd floor. All Brothers welcome.
DIOCESE OF TRENTON ANNULMENT INFORMATION SESSIONS
All Sessions Are : 7:30 pm—9:00 PM and Free of Charge
County Date Parish Burlington (Spanish) March 27 Jesus the Good Shepherd, Beverly Burlington (English) April 2 St. Charles Borromeo, Cinnaminson
Mercer (English) March 12 St. Ann, Lawrenceville Mercer (Spanish) March 29 Our Lady of the Angels, Trenton
Monmouth (English) March 19 St. Rose of Lima, Belmar Monmouth (Spanish) March 25 Christ the King, Long Branch
Ocean (English) March 28 St. Aloysius, Jackson Ocean (Spanish) March 26 St. Anthony Claret, Lakewood
For more information, call 609-406-7411 or email [email protected]
Lent is a call not just to “give up something” but more important to “give something for the poor.” Wherever you live in the parish, there are poor families within walking distance of your home. When in need, they ring the rectory bell. They are, in effect, ringing your doorbell. Is there a family you know who needs assistance? Please call the Society of St. Vincent de Paul so that together we can help the suffering and poor.
Our number is 609 -298-1414
…… Religious Education News …… March 17,24,31…...........Sunday RE Classes -St. Mary’s School 8AM, 10AM March 19,26………........Tuesday RE Classes -Holy Assumption 5:15PM, 6:45PM April 7,14,28……….......Sunday RE Classes -St. Mary’s School 8AM, 10AM April 1…………...……..Monday RE Classes -St. Mary’s School 6PM April 2,9,16,30………....Tuesday RE Classes -Holy Assumption 5:15PM, 6:45PM April 14…………………Knights of Columbus #570 Easter Bunny Breakfast –St. Mary’s School April 28………………....Home Study Final Chapter and Unit 4 Tests due
MISSIONARY CHILDHOOD COIN BOXES Where do you put your loose change? What can you give up this week to support the needy children in more than 120 countries? Has your child asked you about bringing in their quarter to be deposited into the classroom box? Consider making a small sacrifice each day during Lent towards this MISSION to give to those in need.
CLASS TO MASS How wonderful it has been to have students attending mass with their class and their families there to support them each week. The Catechists have done a wonderful job preparing their students and at times presenting a project to the parish. As Mass participation grows, we hope their journey with the Lord continues beyond the classroom. Each class has been welcomed at Mass 3x this year. The next five weeks will be their last one together as a class until the fall. My hope will be their continued wish to participate at Mass over the summer. March 23..B02/B01 4PM Holy Assumption March 24..C08 9:30AM and D08 11:30AM both in St. Mary’s March 30..B08/B07 4PM Holy Assumption March 31..C07 9:30AM and D07/HS07 11:30AM both in St. Mary’s
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This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased;
listen to him. [Matthew 17:5]
2nd Sunday of Lent March 17, 2019
24 HOURS OF ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT WITH CONFESSION
The Diocese of Trenton is invited to celebrate “24 Hours for the Lord,” an extended period of confessions and Eucharistic adoration on Friday-Saturday of the Third Week of Lent, March 29-30. This year’s theme, suggested by the Ponti ical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization is “Compassion.” Last year, 10 parishes of the Diocese —- at least one in each county Vicariate —- hosted a “24 Hours” with various adaptations determined by the parishes. An excerpt from Pope Francis’ Lenten Message reads: Above all, I urge the members of the Church to take up the Lenten journey with enthusiasm, sustained by almsgiving, fasting and prayer. If, at times, the lame of charity seems to die in our own hearts, know that this is never the case in the heart of God! He constantly gives us a chance to begin loving anew. One such moment of grace will be, again this year, the “24 Hours for the Lord” initiative, which invites the entire Church community to celebrate the sacrament of Reconciliation in the context of Eucharistic adoration.
In 2019, inspired by the words of Psalm 130:4, “With you is forgiveness”, this will take place from Friday, March 29 to Saturday, March 30. In each diocese, at least one church will remain open for twenty-four consecutive hours, of-fering an opportunity for both Eucharistic adoration and sacramental confession.
In Burlington County, St. Mary of the Lakes Church, 40 Jackson Rd., Medford will offer 24 Hours Adoration, which will begin after the 9:00 a.m. Mass on Friday, March 29, and will conclude with Benediction before the 9:00 a.m. Mass Saturday, March 30. On Friday, Confessions will be heard from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Stations of the Cross will be prayed at 7:30 p.m.
BORN ALIVE SURVIVORS PROTECTION ACT FAILS
The U.S. Senate recently failed to pass the Born-Alive Survivors Protection Act – legislation that prohibits infanticide by ensuring that a child born alive following an attempted abortion would receive the same degree of care to preserve her or his life and health as would be given to any other child born alive at the same gestational age.
Our two New Jersey senators, Sen. Cory Booker and Sen. Robert Menendez, voted against the legislation. Please join us in the Diocese of Trenton in a prayer for an end to infanticide:
Jesus, Lord of Life, transform the hearts of all elected leaders to recognize that infanticide is wrong and must not be tolerated. Open hearts and minds to recognize and defend the precious gift of every human life.
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Congratulations and good luck to our young parishioners .
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