Welcome to St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church 606 Shore Road Somers Point, NJ Phone 609-927-3568 Fax 609-653-8707 NOVEMBER 9, 2014 THE DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA We celebrate today the Dedication of the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome because it is the head and mother church of all churches in the world. On the façade of the basilica there is an inscription in Latin which reads, “the mother and mistress of all churches of Rome and the world.” One might think St. Peter’s Basilica is the head of all the churches but in fact it is the Basilica of St. John Lateran. Every bishop has a cathedral and the Pope’s cathedral is the Basilica of St. John Lateran. The Basilica is visited by huge numbers of pilgrims every year symbolizing the love of so many people for the Church. Celebrating the dedication of the Pope’s cathedral today shows our unity with the Pope and our love and respect for him. Not only that, but it shows that we are united with each other in the Church. Mass Schedule Saturday: 5:30 PM, Mass in Spanish 7 PM Sunday: 8:15, 10:00, 11:45AM, 5:30 PM Weekdays: Monday - Saturday 8:30 AM (preceded by Rosary 7:55 AM, Morning Prayer 8:15 AM) Wednesday 7pm Holy Day: As Scheduled Rite of Reconciliation Saturdays 4:30-5 PM, & anytime by appt. Parish Office Lifelong Faith Formation Office Ministerio Hispano Business Office Bookkeeper Parish Secretary St. Joseph Regional School 609-927-3568 609-927-3568, ext. 24 609-377-3396 609-927-3568, ext. 23 609-927-3568, ext. 20 609-927-3568, ext. 10 609-927-2228 Parish Web Site: www.stjosephsomerspoint.com The Pastoral Team Rev. Edward Namiotka, Pastor Rev. Lawrence Polansky, Hospital Chaplain and In-Residence Rev. Alvaro Diaz, Hispanic Ministry Deacon Robert Oliver Lifelong Faith Formation Mrs. Laurel Marchesini, DRE St. Joseph Regional School Staff Mr. Ted Pugliese, Principal Sisters of St. Joseph, Chestnut Hill, PA Election Day Dear Parishioners, As I write today, people are going to the polls to elect various officials throughout the country. I have no idea what the results will be by the time you read this message in the Sunday bulletin. However, I have a few comments and observations that I wish to make regarding the current state of politics in America. First, I wish to state clearly that I have never been affiliated with any one political party for as long as I have been eligible to vote. While I know that this may prohibit me from voting in certain primary elections, I have found no compelling reason to make an allegiance to any political party as they currently stand. My allegiance is to Almighty God and to my Catholic faith. I publicly endorse no candidate. However, I do vote regularly and I vote based on the issues, on a candidate’s observable moral character and values, on what a candidate or his/her party’s platform actually stands for, on a candidate’s record of service and past voting on issues, etc. This sometimes makes voting very difficult, considering most candidates without a major party affiliation probably do not have the money or political clout necessary to run a campaign that is actually able to win. Is choosing the lesser of two evils—a position in which we may find ourselves all too often—ever the optimal moral position to be in? This being said, I raise the following concerns: Enough with the negative campaigning and political mudslinging! If you are going to run a political ad, tell me what you are going to do, not how bad your opponent is! I suppose that negative campaigns must produce a greater result, or they would not be used by so many. But I am truly sick of them! My hope is that there will be a backlash against those proponents of the negative campaigns and that your efforts will backfire. Stop lying to the people! Personally, I do not to continually be told what you are going to do simply to pacify me or to get my vote. If I do not see results or I see broken promises time and again, you simply will not get my vote again. Period. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me! If you are elected to public office, do your jobs! We have a political system that was intended to have a check and balance system. Deliver me from a plethora of executive orders, from activist judges, from a congress that does not do what it is actually elected to do—continually stuck in political gridlock from partisan loyalties rather than the good of the constituents. Deliver me from all abuses of political power, in whatever form they may appear! If you do not vote or fail to become informed on the issues, you have no one to blame but yourself! I hope and pray that when they interview people on various TV shows, the people are not as ignorant about social and political matters as they make them out to be. If they really are, God help our country! Dear news media: please report the news and not continually slant it to meet your own political objectives! Is there such a thing as objective journalism anymore? Does everything have to be seen through a political pundit’s eyes? I think that I represent the average American citizen. I did not come from wealth or privilege. Because of my parents, I was provided an excellent education and raised with a decent work ethic. My parents struggled to raise five children, to put food on the table and to make ends meet each week. They taught us the value of the dollar and advised us to live within our means. Like many Americans, I think that I have become highly disillusioned with our current state of politics and don’t know exactly how we are ever going to get out of the mess that we are currently in. May God help us! The genuine hope that I hold comes from remembering that no matter who is elected to public office, Jesus is still King! Fr. Ed Namiotka, Pastor p 2 #617 Today we celebrate the DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA. During this month of November, we also remember our departed loved ones. WEEKLY CALENDAR Sunday, November 9 DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA Monday, November 10 Mass: 8:30 am Tuesday, November 11 Mass: 8:30 am Wednesday, November 12 Mass: 8:30 am and 7:00 pm Thursday, November 13 Mass: 8:30 am Friday, November 14 Mass: 8:30 am Saturday, November 15 Mass: 8:30 am, 5:30 and 7:00 pm OUR ECUMENICAL FOOD PANTRY NEEDS YOUR HELP - If you are able, please put any of the following items in the basket in the church vestibule: CANNED TOMATOES, MUSTARD, PANCAKE MIX AND SYRUP, PASTA SAUCE, CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP, SPAGHETTIOS, AND MASHED POTATOES. Carlos Diaz - Dougie Kellner , Jr. - Theresa Cabrera - Linda Kelly - David Wood - Nancy Park - Bernard Bucco - Frank McNeila - Kevin Sherf - Joe Uy - Peggy Bennett - Frank Bozzi - Jewell Craddock - Margaret Gargone Luisa Latorre - Angelina Janto - John Cooney - Theresa Ferrie - Milton Modesto - Ron McDowell - Angela McKeon - Baby Cruz Wilson - Dolores Tierno - Patricia McNeila - Mary Swentkowski - Edith Bloh - Thomas Oliver, Jr. - Matthew Lombrana - Alvin Crowl – Kathryn Lauch – Melanie Solano – Christi Rattigan Marianne Flanagan - Linda M. Tierno - Susan Randazzo – Nicholas Cuminti – Anne Davis John Overbeck - Dorothy Ryder - Barbara Sherf – Bernard Burke – Annette LeBrun - David Sharkey, Jr. - Toby Herges – Maggie Weaver - Jonathan Z. Smith – Barbara Baake – Jo Thompson - Edward J. Smith MASS INTENTIONS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 8:30 am Elaine Harvey, r/b Jim & Peppy 5:30 pm Joseph Novack, Jr., r/b Danny Norman Joseph DiOrio, r/b James Norman SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9 8:15 am Deceased Members of the Hyatt & Sullivan Families, r/b Family Peg Garry, r/b the Irving & Woods Families 10:00 am Louis DeAngelo & Agnes DeAngelo, r/b Grandchildren Anthony Manzo, r/b Amy Sykes 11:45 am For the intentions and well-being of Margaret Gargone, r/b Pat Gonzalez For the living and deceased members of the Bradley & MacLeod Families 5:30 pm Elizabeth Spearing, r/b Graña-Wilkinson Family Mary O’Shea, r/b John & Patricia Piljer MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10 8:30 am Donald Chattin, Jr., r/b the Bozzi Family Dedina Tuares, r/b Family TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 8:30 am George Hyatt, r/b Family For all veterans WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 8:30 am For the parishioners of St. Joseph Church In gratitude for all veterans, r/b Susan Slaninka THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 8:30 am Catherine Schaech, r/b Aubrey Calhoun FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 8:30 am Charles Serembus, Sr., r/b Kate Lefke SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 8:30 am Liz Camponile, r/b Tom & Jackie Baum 5:30 pm Joseph Novack, Jr., r/b Kim Pirollo John & Catherine Hilsee, r/b the Arabio Family SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 8:15 am For the intentions and well-being of the Giosa Family, r/b Michele Gaguski For the parishioners of St. Joseph Church 10:00 am 11:45 am 5:30 pm p 3 #617 James & Helen Kenyon, r/b Jule Loftus Isobell Nesbitt, r/b the Nesbit Family Rita Marrone, r/b Josephine Betteridge Debbie Murray, r/b Michele Gaguski Joe Robertson, r/b Michael & Sandra DelViscio Charles Serembus, r/b K of C #10220 DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA IN ROME First Reading: Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12 This reading from the Prophet Ezekiel tells of the streaming, healing waters that flow from the temple. These waters restore life to the river’s inhabitants as well as the fruit bearing trees along its banks. It is believed that the water signifies blessings, whereas the lack of signifies trouble, hardship. Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 3:9c-11, 16-17 Paul compares us to a building whose foundation has been laid by Jesus. As the people of God, we can only be solid if we are grounded in Christ. Gospel: John 2:13-22 Near the time of Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem and saw the temple had become a marketplace. He became angry and proceeded to drive out the vendors and livestock. Jesus spoke of destroying the temple and rebuilding it in three days. The Jews did not know Jesus was speaking of his body, but when his resurrection from the dead came to pass, his disciples remembered what Jesus had said and came to believe the Scripture and the word Jesus had spoken. Parish volunteers will be collecting food donations on November 15-16 and 22-23 after all Masses. Please help the food pantry continue to provide the needy Thanksgiving baskets and necessities throughout the year. All non-perishable foods will be put to good use, but the following is a suggested list for your charitable gifts: LAST NAME: A-B C-D E-F G-H I-J K-L M-N O-P Q-R S-T U-V-W X-Y-Z YOU MAY BRING: Canned Meals (Spaghetti, Chili, Beef Stew), Baked Beans Cereal, Canned Fruit, Jello Cake Mixes, Other Baking Mixes, Canned Icing Mayonnaise, Catsup, Mustard, Boxed Cookies (packaged ones may be crushed) Soups, Cranberry Sauce, Stuffing Mix Canned tomato products (sauce, paste, tomatoes), Sugar Peanut Butter, Jelly, Bath Soap Tuna Fish, Pancake Mix, Syrup Coffee, Canned Beets or Spinach, Toothpaste Toilet Tissue, Paper Towels, Napkins Macaroni, Spaghetti, Tea, Pudding Crackers, Canned Sweet Potatoes, Boxed Mashed Potatoes, Gravy or Broth PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS YEAR WE ARE IN SPECIAL NEED OF TURKEYS. IF YOU HAVE A TURKEY TO DONATE, PLEASE BRING IT TO CHURCH ON THE MORNING OF 11/23 ONLY!! THANK YOU, ONCE AGAIN, FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT. MAY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU! LIVING NATIVITY Sunday, December 7 from 1:00 - 3:30 pm! St. Joseph School Hall and grounds! Come to St. Joseph’s Living Nativity event to walk through a living, interactive nativity depicting the birth of Jesus Christ. Come, take a peaceful stroll back in time and enjoy live character portrayals. Bring your family to see the story of Jesus’ birth come alive. Please call Laurel at the LFF/Religious Education office if you would like more information at 927-3302 ext. 24. p 4 #617 MESSAGE FROM THE SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL: “In this very difficult economic period, we realize there may be families right here in our parish that have fallen on hard times. As we prepare to celebrate Christmas, we extend a welcoming hand to those in great need. If you’d like to be considered for help, or know of a parish family in need, please call Beth at 432-0013. All calls are confidential.” Jesus said, “Come and eat!” (John 21:12) BUFFET BREAKFAST sponsored by the K of C #10220 NEXT SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 Proceeds benefit the needy! CHURCH HALL 8:30 - 11:30 AM BREAFAST WITH SANTA - DECEMBER 7 WE HOPE YOU’LL JOIN US for morning Mass on Thanksgiving Day! Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 AM. Come give thanks to the Lord for His many blessings! (N0 8:30 AM Mass on this day.) GIVE BLOOD, GIVE LIFE! RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Saturday, November 15 from 9 AM - 1 PM Church Hall CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD takes place today, 11/9 and on Sunday, 11/23 during the 10:00 mass. Before the First Reading, children are invited to hear the Sunday Readings explained at a children’s level in the church hall. They will join the family once again during the Offertory Procession. MOMs - Ministry of Motherhood monthly Prayer Group Meeting is Wednesday, 11/12 at 7:30pm in Linwood. Please join us for faith, fellowship and delicious desserts. Please email [email protected] TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT, PLEASE CALL: Weekend of November 1-2 Red Cross 1-800-red-cross or sign up at: redcrossblood.org; enter sponsor code: stjosephkofc. 1st Collection 2nd Collection $10,538 $1,059 We thank you for your generosity! A “CELTIC TWILIGHT CHRISTMAS” featuring Irish music performers Phil Coulter, Andy Cooney, Geraldine Brannigan and the Irish Pops Orchestra will be presented on Saturday, 12/6 at the TD Bank Arts Center in Sewell at 7:30 pm. The concert will benefit the South Jersey Scholarship Fund, which raises funds for tuition assistance for students attending the 28 elementary schools and six high schools in the Diocese of Camden. Tickets are $39.50 and $29.50 and can be purchased through Ticket Master (1-800-745-3000) or via the TD Bank Arts Center box office at 856-218-8902. OUR LADY STAR OF THE SEA PARISH IN ATLANTIC CITY HAS ARRANGED FOR BUS TRANSPORTATION. THE COST FOR THE TICKET AND BUS IS $50 PER PERSON. CONTACT MARCIE AT 344-0287. Phil Coulter, from Derry, Northern Ireland, is known as “Ireland’s Musical Ambassador” and composed a string of pop hits with Bill Martin, including “Puppet on a String” and the Bay City Rollers’ “Saturday Night.” He has composed music for Elvis Presley, among others, and was the musical mastermind and songwriter behind the Celtic Thunder act, which won acclaim for its PBS specials. In 2012 he performed at New York’s Irish Repertory Theatre in a one-man musical show. Andy Cooney is part of the acclaimed New York Tenors. He has recorded 19 albums, performed in New York’s Carnegie Hall, among other places, and was described as “Irish America’s Favorite Son” by the New York Times. Geraldine Brannigan has recorded hit albums in Ireland, sang on the number one selling album in South Africa and represented Luxembourg in the Eurovision Song Contest. She has performed at The National Concert Hall in Dublin and the Cork Opera House. p 5 #617 Parish Information WELCOME TO NEW FAMILIES – We are happy to have you as part of our parish family. Our parish office is open M-F from 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM, and anytime by appointment. If you would like to register in the parish, please visit www.stjosephsomerspoint.com or stop by the office. Rite of Reconciliation Religious Education Saturday 4:30-5:00 PM Confession Anytime by Appointment Grades 1-6 (Mon. 5:45 - 6:55 PM; Grades 7-8 (Mon. 7:05 - 8:30 PM); Limited Summer Program available. Call Laurel at 927-3568, ext. 24. Baptism Baptisms are held on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 1:00 PM. Baptismal Preparation Class is held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Parish Office. Marriage Arrangements should be made by the couple well in advance of the marriage date. (Diocesan rule requires one year notification). Marriage Mentoring classes must be completed before the marriage is celebrated. Adult Confirmation If you have not received the Sacrament of Confirmation, but would like to, please call the parish office so we may give you more information. Anointing of the Sick The Rectory may be called at any time for the Sacrament of the Sick. Arrangements should be made through the parish office for home visits with the Eucharist for the sick and elderly. R.C.I.A. (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) The RCIA process is an opportunity for instruction and spiritual formation for any adult seeking a deeper understanding of the Catholic tradition or full incorporation into the Catholic Church. If you are interested in becoming a Catholic, or completing the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation) please call the parish office at 927-3568, ext. 10. Vocations There is a real need for priest and religious vocations. Please talk to your children, encourage them, and pray for religious vocations. If you feel God may be calling you, please feel free to contact one of the priests at 927-3568, or the sisters at 926-9127. Lifelong Faith Formation LFF is a process for all ages and generations. We believe that lifelong and continuous formation, learning for a lifetime through involvement in the events of the life of the church, will build the community of faith and we will grow in our relationship with our good and gracious God. Call Laurel at 927-3568, ext. 24. Knights of Columbus St. Joseph Council #10220 meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays in the Church Hall at 7:30 PM. For more info, call Francis Webb at 609-402-5702. Society of St. Vincent de Paul This group meets on the 1st Monday of the month in the Church Hall at 4 PM. Please call the parish office. Rosary & Altar Society These ladies and men meet on the Tuesday after the 1st Sunday of the month. Rosary and Benediction is at 1 PM, and the meeting follows in the Church Hall. Parish Nursing / Health Ministry This ministry promotes health and wellness of Body, Mind, and Spirit to our parish community. Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM in the annex. Call Elaine at 609-653-4286. Ministry of Motherhood M.O.M’s, a group of new and experienced mothers who share a commitment to making Christ the center of their family lives, meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month in various locations at 7:30 PM. For more information and contacts, please visit www.ministryofmotherhood.com. p 6 #617 FAMILY DENTISTRY NEW PATIENT & EMERGENCIES EFRAIN DIAZ PASTRANA, D.M.D. MICHELLE CONWAY-DIAZ, D.M.D. 609-601-9404 26 E. 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