OUR LADY OF SORROWS ST. ANTHONY

The Parish Family of
OUR LADY OF SORROWS ST. ANTHONY
Two Churches
One Family
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
3816 East State Street Ext.
St. Anthony Church
626 South Olden Avenue
Parish Office & Mailing Address (Located in the Hall at Our Lady of Sorrows Church)
3816 East State St. Ext., Hamilton, NJ 08619-2450
Parish Office Hours (Closed Sundays and holidays as announced in the bulletin)
Mon. - Thu., 9:00 am - 12:30 pm; 1:45 - 8:00 pm | Fri., 9:00 am - 12:30 pm; 1:45 - 4:30 pm; Sat., 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Phone: 609-587-4372 | Fax: 609-587-7998 | Website: www.ols-sa.org | Email: [email protected]
SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 2015
Rev. Msgr. Thomas N. Gervasio .................................... Pastor
Rev. H. Todd Carter ........................................... Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jean R. Felicién .......................................... Parochial Vicar
James Challender, Deacon
Luders Desiré, Deacon
Kevin O’Boyle, Deacon
Joseph Jaruszewski, Deacon
Jeffery Pierfy, Deacon
Joseph Novak and Michael Stewart ...................... Trustees
Donald E. Costantino ...................................... School Principal
Mariyam Francis .....................Religious Education Director
Mary O’Boyle.............................................. Pre-School Director
Joan Bartolomei ........................................... Pastoral Outreach
Karen Craven ........................................................ Youth Ministry
Michael Amantia ................................................ Music Ministry
Doris Cordero .................................................... Parish Secretary
Clara Gioe ...................................................... Financial Secretary
Denise Mikics ............................................. Bulletin & Calendar
Gérald Charmant ............................................. Haitian Ministry
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE
3816 East State St. Ext.
Phone: 609-587-4372 | Fax: 609-587-7998
Report student absences by calling 587-4140, ext. 2
WORSHIP & SACRAMENTAL LIFE
(OLS) Our Lady of Sorrows Church (SA) St. Anthony Church
WEEKEND MASSES
Saturday .......................................................................4:00 pm (SA), 5:00 pm (OLS)
Sunday ....................................................................................... 8:00 & 10:00 am (SA),
7:30, 9:00, & 11:00 am (OLS)
Creole Mass: 6:30 pm (SA)
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
Vigil of Holy Day ....................................................................................... 7:00 pm (SA)
Holy Day12:15 pm (SA), 6:30 pm (Creole) (SA), 7:00 am & 7:00 pm (OLS)
WEEKDAY MASSES
Monday - Friday ....................................................... 7:00 am (OLS), 8:00 am (SA)
Wednesday............................................................................... 6:30 pm (Creole) (SA)
Saturday ..................................................................................................... 9:00 am (OLS)
Civil Holiday Masses as Announced
ROSARY
Monday - Friday ....................................................................................... 7:30 am (SA)
1st Sunday of Month, January - June ............................................. 9:30 am (SA)
1st Sunday of Month, July - December ....................................... 8:30 am (OLS)
WEEKLY NOVENAE
Miraculous Medal ......................................Mondays, after 8:00 am Mass (SA)
St. Anthony ....................................................Tuesdays, after 8:00 am Mass (SA)
OUR LADY OF SORROWS SCHOOL
3800 East State St. Ext.
Phone: 609-587-4140, ext. 1 | Fax: 609-584-8853
BAPTISMS
1st Sunday........11:00 am (SA) 3rd Saturday....... 10:00 am (Creole) (SA)
2nd & 3rd Sundays............................................................................. 12:15 pm (OLS)
OUR LADY OF SORROWS PRE-SCHOOL
3710 East State St. Ext.
Phone: 609-586-1422 | Fax: 609-586-1214
RECONCILIATION
Saturday ............................................ 3:00 - 3:45 pm (SA), 3:45 - 4:30 pm (OLS)
Also by appointment
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
AT YOUR SERVICE
MONDAY, M ARCH 23
Charles V Pontoriero ~ C & M Vizzoni
OLS 7 AM
Sharon Krayniak ~ S Anatale
Florence Giordano ~ Kmiec Family
SA 8 AM
Joseph Mihalyi, Jr ~ K Kelly
TUESDAY, M ARCH 24
Timothy Dechan ~ B Brennan
OLS 7 AM
Charles Fritz ~ R & J McGuire
Margie A Warfel ~ C & H Bryce
SA 8 AM
Judy Adriatico ~ C & T Crea
W EDNESDAY, M ARCH 25
Nancy Cairo ~ E Pacera
OLS 7 AM
Bianca Vispetti ~ T DiSalvo
James & Eileen Karr ~ Stewart Family
SA 8 AM
SA 6:30 PM Bertha Felicién ~ Son, Fr J Felicién
THURSDAY, M ARCH 26
Raymond A Costello ~ M/M D Pierfy
OLS 7 AM
Antoinette Camarda
~ MaryAnn, Lenny, & Annette
Marilyn T Morgan ~ Family
SA 8 AM
Vincent DeBronzo~ Casto Family
OLS 7 PM
Rita Cosgrove Roberts ~ C & J Casto
FRIDAY, M ARCH 27
Timothy Dechan ~ Liturgy Committee
OLS 7 AM
Ellen Wilno ~ R Chamberlain & J Mayes
Robert Bernhard ~ M/M J Michaels
SA 8 AM
Bruno F Morabito ~ K & C Farley
SATURDAY, M ARCH 28
Joseph R Szalecki ~ OLS PTA
OLS 9 AM
Evelyn Lane ~ J & F Michaels
Margaret Gryziewicz
SA 4 PM
~ Lewis & Marianne
Frankie Hawrylo ~ J Krisanda
Elizabeth Rotunno
~ A Irwin & Family
Mary Greb ~ Daughters
OLS 5 PM
Josephine Graziano ~ Niece, G Voilas
Joseph Szalecki ~ G & L Casey
SUNDAY, M ARCH 29
OLS 7:30 AM For the People of the Parish
Cunningham, Burroughs, & Pierfy
SA 8 AM
Family ~ R Cunningham
Sebastiana Ola ~ Dgh-in-law Clotilde
Anthony Rizzieri Jr ~ Mom & Dad
OLS 9 AM
Mary Jane Verdel ~ M & L Stewart
Orsola Gervasio ~ L DeRosa
Peter Larkin ~ Larkin Family
SA 10 AM
Orsola Gervasio~ F & C Wake
Robert Dietrich~ F Wrobel
Mary Gais ~ Daughter Rosemarie
OLS 11 AM
Lucy Chiarello Dutko
~ Daughter Betty & family
Roland Perferi ~ Carmela
NEW? If you'd like to join the parish, please visit the
parish office and complete a registration form. We'll
give you a supply of numbered envelopes. Their
use will ensure that we can provide you with
contribution information for income tax purposes
and help document your participation in the
liturgical life of your parish.
PLEASE CALL THE PARISH OFFICE TO ARRANGE FOR:
• Baptism - Call well in advance to schedule.
• Matrimony - Call at least a year prior to your
planned date.
• Anointing of the Sick - This is not a sacrament
for only those who are at the point of death, but
also those facing a serious illness.
• Holy Eucharist for the Homebound
• Bereavement Counseling
• Annulment Process Information
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS - If you
want to join the Catholic Church or complete your
sacraments of initiation (First Eucharist and/or
Confirmation), join us for the RCIA. Weekly classes
begin each September.
LOW-GLUTEN (0.01%) HOSTS - We provide lowgluten hosts for those with Celiac Disease. Please
inform the priest or deacon prior to the celebration
of Mass; at communion time, approach the priest
celebrant who will have this sacred host.
SANCTUARY MEMORIALS - Weekly sanctuary lamps
or flowers for Masses may be requested in memory
of a loved one or to mark a special occasion. The
cost of a lamp is $15; floral arrangements are $75.
Please visit the parish office at least a week in
advance, so that the dedication may be included in
the bulletin.
MASS INTENTIONS - Masses should be requested at
the parish office; the stipend is $10.
Our Mission Statement
We are the Parish of Our Lady of Sorrows Saint Anthony, a Roman Catholic Community; as
one Eucharistic Family, we are Christ-centered
and Spirit-led. Children of God our Father, we
are united by His Love and sustained by the
intercession of Our Lady and Saint Anthony. We
give witness to our faith in action.
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From the Pastor’s Desk
Mesaj ki soti nan biwo Kire-a
Dear Parishioners
It seems to me that our Lenten Season is moving
along so quickly and we move closer and closer to the
celebration of Holy Week and the great Solemnity of
Easter. At least we are leaving our rather brutal winter
behind us! Please keep our liturgical schedule around
for reference and make a special effort to not only
attend yourself but invite friends and family to join you.
On the Feast of St. Joseph, Fr. Gene returned to
his native India. It was a pleasure to welcome him
back “home” and to enjoy his company, albeit for a
short time. With him I thank you for the tremendous
generosity you have shown to him, especially through
your support of this year’s Parish Lenten Work of
Charity. The appeal will continue through the
remainder of Lent.
With affection,
Msgr. Gervasio
Frè-m ak Sè-m yo:
Li sanble pou mwen ke Sezon karèm nan ap
bouge yon jan ki rapid e nou ap vanse pi prè
selebrasyon semèn sint lan ak gran fèt Solanèl Pak la.
Omwen nou kite sezon fredi a ki te di pou nou an
dèyè! Tanpri toujou kenbe bó koté nou oré litigik yo
pou referans epi fè jefó espesyal pou nou pa sèlman
vini pou kont nou nan selebrasyon yo men envite
zanmi ak fanmi pou jwenn ou tou.
Nan jou fèt St Josèf la, Pè Gene te retounen nan
peyi natal li an Inde. Se te yon plezi pou akeyi l ankó
«lakay» epi kontan tou prezans li menn lè se te pou
yon ti bout tan. Avèk li mwen di ou mèsi pou bon jan
jenerosité ke ou montré li, spesyalman a travè sipó w
nan pawás la pou sipóté travay charité a pandan
karèm ane sa. Apèl la ap kontinye pandan rès tan
karèm lan.
Avèk afeksyon,
Msgr. Gervasio
Stewardship Report
Weekly Collection: March 15
Lenten Program of Sacrifice (additional*)
* Total to date
$22,828
$5,978
$16,275
Opòtinite Tan Karèm nan Semèn sa a
Lasemèn, 23-27 Mas
OLS ap gen Lamès a 7:00am
SA ap gen Lamès a 8:00am
Mèkredi, 25 Mas
SA: 12:15pm Estasyon lakwa yo
Apre ap gen Ekaristik Benediksyon
Jedi, 26 Mas
OLS: Ekaristik Adoration jis apre lanmès 7:00am nan
OLS: 6:15 - 7:00pm Konfesyon
OLS: ap gen Lamès a 7:00pm
Rev. Thomas Maher, Pastor
St. William the Abbot, Howell
selebran epi ap preche
Vandredi, 20 Mas
OLS: 7:00pm Estasyon lakway yo
SA: Chemen lakwa (Creole) (SAC)
Samdi, 28 Mas
OLS: ap gen Lamès a 9:00am
SA: 2:45pm Konfesyon
OLS: 3:45pm Konfesyon
Orè detaye yo disponib nan pòt legliz yo
Tanpri pran yon pou gide w nan moman karèn lan.
Annual Catholic Appeal (as of 3/16)
Pledged: $45,246
Paid $30,689
Donors: 240
Lenten Opportunities This Week
Weekdays, March 23-27
OLS: 7:00 a.m. Mass SA: 8 a.m. Mass
Wednesday, March 25
SA: 12:15 p.m. Stations of the Cross
Way of the Cross with Mary
Followed by Eucharistic Benediction
Thursday, March 26
OLS: Eucharistic Adoration follows 7:00 a.m. Mass
OLS: 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. Confessions
OLS: 7:00 p.m. Mass
Rev. Thomas Maher, Pastor
St. William the Abbot, Howell
Celebrant & Homilist
Friday, March 27
OLS: 7:00 p.m. Stations of the Cross
Meditations of Youth Group
SA: Stations of the Cross (Creole) (SAC)
Saturday, March 28
OLS: 9:00 a.m. Mass
SA: 2:45 p.m. Confessions
OLS: 3:45 p.m. Confessions
Detailed schedules are available at the church doors.
Please take one to guide your Lenten journey.
Fridays of Lent Are Days of Abstinence
This means that Catholics over
abstain from meat (and soup
meat) on Fridays of Lent.
Wednesday and Good Friday
when we are obliged to fast.
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14 years of age
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Grateful for Your
Prayerful, Sacrificial Gift
Religious Education News
Religious Education Registration
It is time to register your children for Religious
Education classes for the 2015-2016 school year.
Please remember that certain sessions fill up quickly
so early registration is highly recommended. We can
more easily accommodate your preference if you
register promptly. We have a special offer for the
early registration. Please check the letter that we
mailed with the registration forms. If you haven't
received it yet, please call us.
For your convenience, all registration forms also are
available on the OLS-SA website (www.ols-sa.org).
You may print the registration form and mail or bring it
to the Religious Education Office. If you have a Pre-K
or Kindergarten student entering Religious Education
classes, please print the registration form from the
website or call our office to register your child.
Along with that of Christmas, the
Easter collection is one of the most
important of the year. It helps us meet
our many obligations—to our church
and school employees, keeping our
facilities in good shape, utilities, and snow removal
(the latter being, once again this year, very costly).
We receive many appeals through the year and I trust
that in your goodness you will not forget our parish
community. Prayerfully consider a generous gift to the
parish as we celebrate the “solemnity of solemnities”
at Easter!
Msgr. Gervasio
Apostles Aplenty!
Thanks to all the parishioners who
expressed
an
interest
in
participating in the Washing of the
Feet ceremony during the Holy
Thursday liturgy, we have our twelve participants. The
Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper will take place at
7:00 p.m. on April 2 at St. Anthony Church.
Sunday and Summer Developments
Sunday sessions are now available for students in
Grades 7 and 8.
A Summer Program is now offered as an alternative
to regular year-round classes! See below for details.
Attention all Parents whose children are attending
Trenton Catholic Academy. If your child is in 2nd
grade or 7th grade, please make sure that you register
your child for sacramental preparation.
Thanks!
Special thanks are due to all who attended the Mass
in honor of St. Joseph last week. Holy Mass was
followed by the Blessing of the “St. Joseph Table” and
the enjoyment of many breads and sweets…a
welcome break in our Lenten observance! Thanks to
all who prepared this celebration—the Rosary Altar
Society and Michael Amantia.
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Introducing….
Summer Religious Education
The Summer Program is offered to our parishioners
as an alternative to the traditional once a week class
format that is held from September through May. It
will be held:
Monday –Friday
July 20-24 & July 27-31
9:00 a.m. -Noon
The Summer Program seeks to accommodate the
busy schedules of our families by eliminating the
weekly “shuttling” of children to the parish campus
from September through May. Class time is the same
as the regular program but condensed into a twoweek period. his “intensive” plan provides for a more
focused approach and retention of the subject matter.
Students will stay “connected” to the parish
throughout the year through weekly Mass and by
attending 3 catechetical sessions during the Advent,
Lent, & Easter Seasons. Parental involvement is
expected.
It is open to students of Grades 3 -6.
For information & registration forms, please call
Mrs. Francis at 587-4372.
Blessing of Food
Please join us for a special liturgy for
the blessing of Easter foods. This
traditional custom will take place on
Saturday, April 4, at the OLS campus
immediately following Morning Prayer,
which begins at 10:00 a.m.
Is Your Nest Empty?
Parents, remember when you registered here? Maybe
your children went to our parish school before
attending high school and college. Now they're out on
their own, and you have an empty nest—but we still
have them on your record. If they're still living in this
area, please remind them to visit the parish office (or
visit the parish Website) to register on their own. This
can facilitate their obtaining the documentation
needed should a friend ask them to stand as a
godparent or confirmation sponsor.
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Our School Needs You!
What's New at Your Parish School?
There sure is a boatload of exciting plans taking shape
at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School. After several
days of Terra Nova assessments, everyone enjoys a break
from the routine. That is just what we did at school! Middle
school planned their days of Terra Nova around a fun-filled
trip! Yes, believe it or not, middle school had a fun day
planned to visit Notre Dame and attend their performance
of Les Miserables. A heavy plot, but one filled with moral
dilemmas along with great music. This week, we
completed a few make-up assessments while ensuring
that our third through fifth grade students had their day at
the theatre! They enjoyed a wonderful day at Villa Victoria.
There they enjoyed a fantastic performance of Joseph and
the Amazing Colored Dreamcoat.
Of course, we need some time to come together as
a school and we certainly did that! We begin each
day as we begin all things, in prayer. Our student
announcers, Rheana Bromwell and Joseph Stillwell,
start our day each morning with a call to prayers. Our
youngest OLS students, Kindergarten, planned our
liturgy for St. Joseph's Day (Thursday, March 19). This
was a very special Mass in so many ways. Kindergarten
discussed the readings, and offered the intentions. The
students in middle school assisted with the readings,
and our outstanding Our Lady of Sorrows Select Choir,
under the direction of Mr. Kemmey, provided the music.
Most fittingly, this Mass was offered in memory of a
much loved and long remembered St. Anthony's School
Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Flanagan. I am proud to say
that I was blessed to have been taught by this wonderful
and gifted Kindergarten teacher so many years ago. On
this day an entire school, led by the Kindergarten
children that she so loved, remembered her in prayer.
Our After School Program (ASP) continued the
excitement of the day! Under the direction of Francesca
Gioe and her dedicated team of assistants, they celebrated
St. Joseph's Day with the blessing of the St. Joseph's
Bread. Father Jean was on hand to bless the beautiful
loaves of bread, formed in the letter "J". He offered special
words to the children, and then the feast of bread and
butter began! Thank you, ASP, for offering our children
these most special afternoons, filled with love and care.
There is always one more thing! It's exactly what
makes your parish school so special! We have
invited an outstanding guest to visit our school on
Monday, March 23. Through the generosity of the
school PTA, we are hosting Native Pride Dancers.
Dressed in authentic Native American clothing, they will
teach our children about the beauty, symbolism, and
skills of Native American music, dance, and regalia. This
visit will include stories, musical styles, and insight into
the history of Native American life. Intrigued? Why not
make this the time to stop by to visit your parish school?
Your school is an outstanding place for children to learn.
Visit us. Find out more, or just come by to say "Hello".
We love company!
We would like to expand membership of our parish
School Board. A Catholic school board in the Diocese
of Trenton is an advisory body of delegated
responsibility. It seeks to:
• Develop a school’s long range strategic plan
• Establish annual goals and objectives
• Establish realistic enrollment goals
• Adopt and monitor the annual budget
• Review policies and procedures
• Address facility needs
• Promote marketing and public relations
A member would commit to a monthly meeting. A
member should:
• Be a practicing Catholic
• Possess a genuine interest in Catholic
education
• Be a team player
• Be committed to the mission of the parish and
school
Please give prayerful consideration to this invitation. If
you feel the Lord is asking you to serve in this
capacity,
please
contact
Msgr.
Gervasio.
([email protected]).
Pastoral Council Seeks New Members
The Parish Pastoral Council is opening up its
membership to replace those who are scheduled to
step down. The Council functions as a participatory,
advisory body supporting Msgr. Gervasio as he
addresses current and future challenges facing our
parish community. Serving on the Council is a unique
way to gain appreciation for the larger Our Lady of
Sorrows - St. Anthony parish picture and to contribute
in a meaningful way to its future. (We have fun, too!).
The Council meets every other month, on the
second Wednesday. We recess during July/August.
The two-year term of appointment for new
members begins in September, 2015.
Anyone interested in applying for a Council
membership should submit her/his name and phone
number to Bob Marino, who is coordinating the
process for the Council. Bob will be pleased to
answer any questions you may have. His email
address is: [email protected]
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Make the Station Churches
of Mercer County
Part of Your Lenten Journey
Renovation Recognition Plaques
They have been a long time in coming, but they have
finally been installed. Donors to the Campaign for the
Renovation of Our Lady of Sorrows Church and the
Elevator Addition at St. Anthony Church may now
view the recognition plaques have been erected. The
plaque at St. Anthony is in the church level vestibule
of the elevator entrance. The plaque at Our Lady of
Sorrows is that the elevator entrance (parking lot
level).
I renew my heartfelt thanks to all those who
contributed to the campaign. Their generosity has
helped to realize these important and involved
projects.
This week, Mass will be celebrated at the following
Station Church:
•
St. George
1370 River Rd, Titusville
Tuesday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m.
Join Us…
Saturday Morning Mass
9:00 a.m.
Our Saturday morning Mass is now celebrated at Our
Lady of Sorrows Church at 9:00 a.m. not only to
accommodate the Secular Carmelite Community that
is hosted in our parish but also to encourage more
parishioners to attend. The Lenten Season is a great
time to do this. Why not consider attending the 9:00
a.m. Mass on Saturdays as a Lenten resolution?
The Annual Catholic Appeal in Action
Catholic Charities Program Subsidy
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, provides care to
more than 100,000 people each year and touches the
lives of 1 in every 19 residents of Central New Jersey.
Your gift provides funding for use in support of these
programs.
A behavioral health care and social service agency,
Catholic Charities offers 58 programs at 35 service sites
and 72 residential sites in Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth,
and Ocean Counties.
The mission of Catholic Charities is rooted in the Gospel
mandate to alleviate human suffering and seeks to
improve the quality of life for individuals and families by
serving people in need, especially the poor and
oppressed.
Catholic Charities offers a network of accredited
programs that provide quality, cost-effective services in
the four counties of the diocese. Your gift tells those in
need that they matter.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this year’s
appeal, we are more than 40 percent of the way to
attaining our 2015 parish goal of $110,000. If you
have not responded using the diocesan envelope sent
to your home, you can participate by dropping your
gift in our regular collection and marking the envelope
“Annual Catholic Appeal.” (Please make checks
payable to the Annual Catholic Appeal, not to OLSSA.) We'll gladly forward your gift to the diocesan
office.
Liturgical Celebrations This Week
Mon., Mar. 23
Wed., Mar. 25
St. Turibius of Mogrovejo
The Annunciation of the Lord
OLS PTA Seeking Donations
Save the date! The OLS PTA’s 5th Annual Knight to
Remember is scheduled for Friday, October 9!
This is a tricky tray style event and through the
generous donations of our school families,
parishioners, and the community at large, we were
able to assemble more than 230 gift baskets to raffle
off last year. All proceeds from this event benefit the
students of Our Lady of Sorrows School.
We are in need of your help once again! Have you
come across items in your closet that you purchased
for gifts but never gave out? Did you get a gift that
you wanted to exchange but never got back to the
store? Why not donate it to our event? We are looking
for new and unused items as well as baskets or
containers (i.e., hat boxes, photo boxes, totes, etc.) to
help create these wonderful gift baskets once again.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the event we
cannot accept clothing or “gently used” items.
Donations can be dropped off at school’s main office
between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Simply label the
donation “KTR.” Please do not drop off donations at
the Parish Office. If you have a question or would like
further information, please contact Liz Landi (6318033 or [email protected]).
God Bless Our Newly Baptized
Evan James Anderson
Jenny Rivera
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This is Pick-up Weekend!
World Meeting of Families
Philadelphia 2015
Palm Cross Fundraiser - Remember to pick
up your preordered Palm Crosses this
weekend (March 21-22) at the location you
indicated on your order form. They are
available in the church hall at both Our Lady of
Sorrows and St. Anthony after all Masses.
Candy Sale Fundraiser - If you
ordered delicious Gertrude Hawk
candy through the pre-school’s
fundraiser, please pick it up from the
OLS Church Meeting Room after all Saturday evening
and Sunday Masses this weekend.
Thanks for your support of these fundraisers!
Reflections on the fourth chapter of Love is Our
Mission: The Family Fully Alive, the catechism on
family life written to help us prepare for the World
Meeting of Families and the anticipated visit from
Pope Francis, follow:
Chapter 4: Two Become One
Our first three chapters reviewed basic Christian faith.
We saw how confidence in Jesus opens the door to
faith, enabling us to know God and what God has
done in history. God creates male and female in his
image, and makes a covenant with Israel and the
Church. God is faithful to his promises, even when we
sin. Because God loved us in this way, we spend our
lives trying to return our love to God and share it with
our neighbor. In this month’s chapter and in the
chapters to come, we will study the implications of
these doctrines for marriage and the family. When
husband and wife promise to love each other as God
loves us all, they make a commitment to love not only
romantically, but also with mercy and forgiveness.
Our culture sometimes teaches us to think of
marriage as a negotiable contract between two
individuals who happen to feel sexual chemistry. This
view of love is a recipe for instability, since it is still
premised on individualism and the waxing and waning
of romantic feelings. The Church’s alternative account
of love enables us to transcend the culture of
individualism and become who we were created to
be. Founded on Christ, sustained in the sacraments,
Catholic marriage builds humility and self-sacrifice
into the dynamic between male and female. As this
month’s chapter explains in more detail, sacramental
marriage creates intimate communion even in times
of suffering and hardship. “Love is our mission,” as
our catechism’s title declares, because Christ’s love
frees us from false, shrunken accounts of love and
makes us fully alive.
Did you know? The World Meeting of Families is for
everyone, whether you are married, single, celibate,
or consecrated! Talk topics include marriage,
parenting, grandparenting, celibacy, dating, fostering
vocations, family life and much more. Visit the website
for the list of speakers and talk titles:
WorldMeeting2015.org.
Seniors' Activities
Senior Club #1
Next meeting: April 8, 1 p.m.; St Anthony Hall
Senior Club #2
Next meetings: Tuesdays, April 7 & 21
1:00 p.m.; Church Meeting Room
There will be a trip to Harrah's Casino
(Atlantic City) on April 15.
The price for the trip is $35.
The bus leaves OLS parking lot at 9:30 a.m.
Please call Doreen (706-6169)
if you are interested in going.
New members are welcome to join our clubs.
Pray for the Sick
Bernice Bates, Vincent Belardo, Evelyn Bella, Victoria
Bilardo, Sherman Britton, Deborah Burke, John Burns,
John Carbonara, Thomas Cochran, Maria Corbett, Ryan
Cromwell, Carmella Cronce, Ted Dolci, Bill Doran,
Arianna Figueroa, Suzanne Figueroa, Arlene Filson,
Bud Foley, Keith Gerner, Kathy Grice, Lewis Gryziewicz,
Patricia Guscior, John Haller, Lillian Henry, Joan
Holman, Pete Hourihan, Robenson Joseph, Paul
Komlosi, Stephen Komlosi, Bernadette Lecato, Michael
T. Masick, Bernadette McCarthy, Barbara McGuire, Job
Mindek, Chelsea Nodeland, Cheryl & Tom Noon,
Joseph O'Hara, Lisa Olson, Isabella Petrino, Mary
Piscopo, Alan Reese, Mike Riccitiello, Catherine
Rodenbaugh, Rose Salvatore, Charles Scarna,
Shannon Scarpati, Baby Michael Schaefer, Linda
Seijas, Peggy Seiler-Brand, David Smith, Richard
Springer, Rose Springer, Elizabeth Wilson
If you would like to be placed on the sick list, please call
the rectory office. (If you're calling for someone else,
kindly make sure you have their permission.) Please
note that names will be removed from the published
prayer list after 12 weeks unless other arrangements
have been made.
Don't forget, you can order a copy of this beautifully
illustrated catechism and learn about the World
Meeting of Families at WorldMeeting2015.org.
Weekly Sanctuary Lamp Intentions
One of the lamps that burn before the Blessed
Sacrament in St. Anthony Church this week is
offered in loving memory of Theresa DiFranco at
the request of her husband.
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Mark Your Calendar
The Church of St. Gregory the Great presents Do Not Be
Ashamed of the Gospel: Bearing Moral Witness in the
Public Square, a lecture by Princeton Professor Robert
George, on April 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Center,
4280 Nottingham Way in Hamilton Square.
A year ago, Professor Robert George’s keynote address
at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast drew national
attention. He challenged Catholics to bear witness boldly
to the sanctity of human life and the conjugal
understanding of marriage, despite the opprobrium that
might come our way for proclaiming these profound but
not-always-welcome moral truths. He will revisit the
main themes of his Prayer Breakfast address in his
lecture at the Church of St. Gregory the Great, exploring
the relationship between the obligation to bear moral
witness and the concepts of Christian discipleship and
the universal call to holiness.
Robert P. George is McCormick Professor of
Jurisprudence and director of the James Madison
Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton
University. He is currently a vice chair of the U.S.
Commission on International Religious Freedom and
holds degrees in law and theology from Harvard
University and a doctorate in philosophy of law from
Oxford University, in addition to many honorary degrees.
He is the author or editor of numerous books in the fields
of constitutional law, ethics, and legal and political
philosophy. Professor George is an internationally
known speaker and TV/radio guest.
Our faith teaches us that Jesus remains present in his
Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity, in the Sacrament that
is reserved in the tabernacle.
Thursdays Are Days of Solemn Adoration
The Blessed Sacrament will be placed upon the altar
following the 7 a.m. Mass until Reposition at 6 p.m. All
are invited to answer the Lord’s call…He wants us
give Him the gift of our time. He wants us to come to
Him bringing our needs, anxieties, joys, and thanks.
Our Lady of Sorrows Church also is open during our
office hours. Why not stop for even a brief moment to
rejoice in the Lord’s Presence?
Please Pray for Our Beloved Deceased
Gino Agabiti
Jeffrey Callahan
Marie Fahner
Theresa Lynn
Josephine Morabito
Edward Szakacs
Correction
Trenton Diocesan Spiritual Center
In last week's bulletin, the recently deceased Rev.
Robert Schulze was inadvertently listed as a new
parishioner. It is our fervent hope he is a parishioner
now of the Lord’s great parish in heaven.
Mount Holly, NJ
609-877-0509
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The Call of St. Matthew
Tue, Mar 24; 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM; $20 (lunch included)
We will use Caravaggio’s famous painting The Call of St.
Matthew to lead our reflection and open us to prayer on
Jesus’ call to each of us, individually and uniquely to
“Come follow me.” A wonderful Lenten retreat!
AROUND THE DIOCESE
Attn: St. Raphael & Holy Angels Alums
All Holy Angels School and St. Raphael School alumni
are invited to attend Mass and a luncheon reception on
April 26. Mass begins at 11:30 a.m. at St. Raphael
Church located at 3500 So. Broad St. in Hamilton. The
reception, to be held in the All Purpose Room beneath
the church, will immediately follow the Mass. Please join
us for food and fellowship. For more information, please
contact Kristine Munster, 584-1868.
Making the Week Holy
Tue, Mar 31; 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM; love offering; lunch
included
Come for a morning of prayer during this most sacred
week. We will pray with the Stations of the Cross,
(indoors or outdoors as you wish), the Sorrowful
Mysteries of the Rosary, and parts of the Passion of
Jesus from John’s gospel. Is Jesus inviting you to come
and pray a while with him?
Women’s Weekend Retreat
Enjoy the peaceful surroundings of Loyola, a Jesuit
retreat house in Morristown set on 33 acres of scenic
woodland, lawns and gardens, Friday evening, April 17
to Sunday afternoon, April 19. A reasonable offering
includes private room, all meals, beautiful liturgies, and
inspiring talks. For additional information, please contact
Dorothy Soi ([email protected]; 439-7477).
Trip to Showboat Casino
The Happy Days Senior Club sponsors a bus trip to the
Showboat Casino on the first Wednesday of each month.
The bus leaves the OLS parking lot at 9:30 a.m. The
cost is $30. Call Madelyn (586-4549) for reservations
and further information.
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Overnight Retreat on Loss
Tumbling into Mystery with God
7:30 PM Fri, Apr 24 - 3:30 PM Sat, Apr 25 ends with Vigil
Mass for Sunday at 4:00 PM; (one-day option: 10:00 AM 3:30 PM, Sat, Apr 25)
Honest prayer guides us through the darkness of loss—
illness, divorce, death of a loved one, unemployment.
The day will include input, reflection and prayer. Register
with Sr Pat Dotzauer (494-2917; [email protected])
by April 1. Maris Stella Retreat Center (Harvey Cedars)
Pssst . . . Something
Wicked is coming!
See page 13.
Voice for Truth: A Teen Workshop
Teens, learn the Church’s teachings on chastity and prolife before you make life choices. This workshop will be
held at the gym at St. Anthony Church in Hightstown on
Saturday April 18, from 8 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Lunch will be
provided. Visit St. Anthony’s website (http://stanthonyhightstown.net/) for more information and to download
the registration form.
Clean Out Your Closets; Clear Out Your Clutter
Jump start your spring cleaning. The Social Justice Committee of Our Lady of
Sorrows - St. Anthony will hold a clothing and housewares drive this weekend (March
14-15) at Our Lady of Sorrows and the weekend of March 28-29 at St. Anthony to
benefit Better Community Housing of Trenton (Martin House).
Examples of housewares needed include: dishes, pots & pans, silverware, drinking glasses, kitchen gadgets &
utensils, sheets, blankets, bedspreads, curtains, and small appliances (in excellent working condition).
A truck will be parked in the parking lot at Our Lady of Sorrows Church and St. Anthony Church on their designated
weekend to accept your donations of new or gently used clothing and housewares. Please call Kathy McGlinchy
(890-8244) if you have any questions.
9th Annual Pastoral Care Retreat
A Day at the Shore . . . A Day of Reflection and Renewal
Pastoral Care of the FAMILY in the 21st Century
Retreat Leader and Presenter:
Michelle McCoy Barrett, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Assistant Professor and Program Chair at the College of St. Elizabeth, and Parish Retreat Leader
Friday, May 1
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Arrive 8:15 - 8:45 a.m. for registration & continental breakfast.)
(Retreat concludes with Mass at 3:15 p.m. - Celebrant: Fr. Martin McGeough, CM)
San Alfonso Retreat House
755 Ocean Avenue, Long Branch
Cost: $40 (includes breakfast, lunch, retreat, and Mass)
Register online at www.dioceseoftrenton.org/pastoralcare
Register early; space is limited. Deadline: April 21 or when capacity is reached.
For more details, contact Deanna Sass at 403-7157 or [email protected] at www.dioceseoftrenton.org.
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Volleyball-A-Thon 2015
Thank you to all who participated in the youth
ministry Volleyball-A- Thon fundraiser to benefit Fr
Gene's community in India! The students raised
$540 and had a lot of fun!
Walk of Hope
Join us for the Walk of Hope by Catholic Charities! We will walk together to reduce poverty, promote recovery, and
strengthen families! There is no minimum fundraising requirement, but the more generous you can be, the better!
Just show up and register under the team: Our Lady of Sorrows-St Anthony Youth Ministry. Families welcome!
Saturday March 28; 9 a.m. - check-in; 10 a.m. - walk; 3.2 Miles (optional 1 and 2 mile walks)
Mercer County Park
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Building a Community
Centered in Christ
A Lenten Program of Sacrifice to Build a Community Center
at Fr. Gene’s Parish, Sacred Heart Church in Tamil Nadu, India
All of us in Our Lady of Sorrows - St. Anthony parish greatly miss Fr.
Eugene Savarimuthu who, after serving our parish with so much love
and enthusiasm for 6 years, has returned to his native India to become
the pastor of Sacred Heart Church in Sikkalnayaganpet parish, a part of
the diocese of Kumbankonam in Tamil Nadu, India. In gratitude, we
have decided to focus this year’s Lenten campaign on helping Fr. Gene
and the people of his new parish.
Sikkalnayaganpet parish is a remote village in southern India. There
is one main church and 5 mission churches which are 6 to 10 miles
away. Fr. Gene is the only priest and offers Mass regularly at all the
churches. The faith of the people is simple but very strong. There are
between 140 to 150 Catholic families in the parish. There are also
approximately 300 Muslim families and almost 1,000 Hindu families.
Fr. Gene says that the conversion to Catholicism is continuing.
Fr. Gene’s parish needs a community center to house many
wonderful programs he has started to help the people of his
parish. Our goal is to help Fr. Gene raise the money needed to
build this community center.
The people of Fr. Gene’s parish are among the poorest of the poor. The Catholics in his village are mainly day workers
who make very little money. Fr. Gene has initiated several programs to help the all the people, Catholics, Muslims and
Hindus alike, and the community center he is building will be where all the programs take place. Right now, these
programs have to be conducted either in the church or outdoors, and this is not even possible during the rainy season.
Some of the programs he has begun include:
YOUTH PROGRAMS: In addition to Catholic faith formation classes, Fr Gene has started evening homework help for
poor students, many of whom have illiterate parents, and job training classes for youth who cannot afford a higher
education
WOMEN SELF HELP GROUPS AND EMPOWERMENT SEMINARS: India is still a male dominant society and women are
sometimes victimized. Fr Gene’s parish offers self help groups and seminars to help women understand their
fundamental rights and obligations and become less dependent.
HYGIENIC AND HEALTH CARE AWARENESS PROGRAMS: In this poor rural village, sanitation is poor and disease is
common. With the help of the Diocesan hospital, Fr. Gene holds medical clinics and seminars to educate the people
on basic sanitation and hygiene.
Give up anything you want for Lent—candy, “fast food”, ice cream, cookies. Each week, calculate how much money
you saved and bring it to church to put in one of the Lenten Labor of Love cans at the exits.
Pray! Pray for Fr Gene, for the people of his parish, and pray that our own hearts will be transformed through our
sacrifices.
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Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School Presents
Entertainment Events NYC Producon
of
Sunday April 26, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.
(Doors open at 1:00 pm)
Robbinsville High School Auditorium
Reserved Seang: Tickets are on a first come first serve basis, order your ckets early!
TICKET PRICES:
$38.00 Adults
$32.00 (Seniors 65+ or Children under 18 )
——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
NAME: _______________________________________________________________
Please Note: Tickets will be available for pick up by the person named above at the “Will Call” table at the event.
Only the person named above can pick up the ckets at the event.
CELL/CONTACT PHONE NUMBER: ________________________
Email: _________________________________
SENIOR/CHILD______________
NUMBER OF TICKETS: ADULT____________
Number of people in your party ulizing a wheelchair for seang __________
Make checks payable to: Our Lady of Sorrows School and return this form and payment to:
Our Lady of Sorrows School
An: Barbara Miele
3800 East State Street Ext.
Hamilton, NJ 08619
Order form can be found online at www.olsschool.us or
For Credit Order Orders please visit www.latenitecatechism.com ($3.00 service charge per cket for processing)
For quesons or more informaon email olslnc60.gmail.com or call 609-587-4140
NO REFUNDS/NO EXCHANGES
Fundraiser to benefit Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School
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A Wicked Way to Celebrate after Memorial Day!
Enjoy the excitement for the first time, or once again!
Wicked is the untold musical story of The Wizard of Oz’s Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the
Good—before Dorothy dropped in. Based on the imaginative Gregory Maguire novel, Wicked takes a
fantasy journey through the unseen side of Oz, sharing a tale of unexpected friendship and love.
Tuesday, May 26
$124 per seat
(Includes motor coach transportation to NYC and orchestra seats for the show)
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We will depart Our Lady of Sorrows parking lot promptly at 3 p.m.
We plan to arrive in the city by about 5—just enough time to enjoy a light meal in the city.
Theatre doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the show starts at 7 p.m.
We will leave NYC immediately after the show and should be home by about 10:45 p.m.
Bus seats are reserved at the time of payment. You should plan to arrive at the bus at 2:45
p.m. Please understand the bus must leave on time in order to avoid delays.
Due to commitments to the theatre there are no refunds, but we will gladly go to our wait list to
help.
Please keep this portion of the flyer for your records.
Please complete this form and submit it to the school office with your check, payable to OLS, for $124/ticket.
Enclosed is my check for $______ to cover the cost of (#)_____ seats for the OLS trip to see
Wicked on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.
Name_______________________________________________________________________
Cell Phone__________________________
Home Phone___________________________
Please let us know if your name needs to be added to a group attending.
Valid telephone numbers are needed to contact you in the event of schedule changes.
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Holy Week & Easter 2015
(OLS: Our Lady of Sorrows; SA: St. Anthony)
Sacred Liturgies
Passion (Palm) Sunday - March 29
Masses follow the regular Sunday schedule
5:00 p.m. Mass in Creole at SA
Monday of Holy Week - March 30
Masses: 7:00 a.m. at OLS; 8:00 a.m. at SA
7:30 p.m. - Chrism Mass
St. Robert Bellarmine, Freehold
Tuesday of Holy Week - March 31
Masses: 7:00 a.m. at OLS; 8:00 a.m. at SA
Wednesday of Holy Week - April 1
Masses: 7:00 a.m. at OLS; 8:00 a.m. at SA
The Way of the Cross - 12:15 p.m. at SA
Solemn Paschal Triduum
Holy Thursday - April 2
Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper
7:00 p.m. at SA only, followed by Adoration,
concluding with Night Prayer at 10:45 p.m.
Good Friday - April 3
Morning Prayer - 10:00 a.m. at OLS
Liturgy of the Lord's Passion & Death
3:00 p.m. at OLS & SA
5:00 p.m. at SA (Creole)
The Way of the Cross - 7:00 p.m. at OLS
Holy Saturday - April 4
Morning Prayer & Blessing of Food - 10:00 a.m. at OLS
No afternoon confessions
Solemn Easter Vigil
7:30 p.m. at SA only
Easter Sunday - April 5
7:30, 9:00, 11:00 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. at OLS
8:00 & 10:00 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. (Creole) at SA
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