The Parish Community of Our Lady of the Angels

The Parish Community of Our Lady of the Angels founded July 2005
Church of the Immaculate Conception (ICC), est. 1875
Church of Saint Joachim (SJC), est. 1901
Parish Office: 21-23 Bayard Street, Trenton, NJ 08611-1344
Email: [email protected]
609-695-6089
fax: 609-695-4376
www.olanj.org
LA SOLEMNIDAD DE CRISTO REY
Parish Office Hours:
Monday–Thursday -9:00am-8:30pm
Friday – 9:00am-5:00pm
No Office Hours on Saturday & Sunday
Parish Clergy:
Rev. Fr. Cesar Rubiano, ext. 119
(Pastoral Administrator)
Rev. Fr. Raymond Hughes
(Weekend Assistant)
Rev. Fr. Philip Cordisco, O.Ss.T
Mr. Guido Mattozzi, Deacon
Mr. Benito Torres, Deacon
Parish Overseers:
Mr. & Mrs. Benedict & Clara Gioe
Mr. & Mrs. Carlos & Maritza Lopez
Mr. & Mrs. Robert & Barbara Sanna
Business Manager:
Mr. Edwin Sevillano, ext. 115
Faith Formation:
Sr. Carolyn Houck, MPF ext. 121
Pastoral Care:
Sr. Domenica Troina, MPF ext. 110
Worship & Music:
Miss Yuko Unehara, ext. 106
Mr. Joseph Pucciatti, choir director
Ms. Monica Pollich, organist
Mr. Alvaro Rivera
Office Support Staff:
Mr. Walter Muñoz ext. 102
Mrs. Jennifer Campos (eve) ext.100
Ms. Felícita Martínez (eve) ext.127
Facilities Staff:
Mr. Joseph Pica ext. 104
Mr. Mario Huitz
Mrs. Xinia Monge
La Fiesta de Cristo Rey se celebra este fin de semana. Este domingo
nuestra parroquia celebrará la fiesta con un día de Adoración Eucarística
comenzando con la misa de las 12:15pM, seguida de exposición del
Santísimo Sacramento y terminará con Bendición Eucarística.
Cristo Rey marca el final de nuestro año litúrgico. El nuevo año
comenzará el próximo Domingo con el Primer Domingo de Adviento.
Durante el año litúrgico nosotros revivimos la vida de Cristo en la tierra y
debemos tratar de seguir su ejemplo en nuestra vida diaria.
Esta fiesta establece que Jesús es el Rey del Reino de Dios. Aunque
muchos creen que el Reino de Dios se refiere a la vida después de la
muerte, realmente se refiere a la presencia de Dios en nuestra vida diaria.
Cuando seguimos los pasos según Jesús vivió aquí en la tierra:
demostrando amor el uno al otro, perdonándose el uno al otro, ayudando a
los menos afortunados y trabajando para construir una comunidad
pacífica y justa, el Reino de Dios y sus reglas amorosas están
funcionando.
Un artículo en el Catholic Update habla sobre las “tres dimensiones” del
Reino de Dios:
En pasado – El Reino de Dios ya ha llegado en la presencia de Jesucristo
como el Hijo de Dios en la tierra. A través de Su vida y muerte nos
demuestra como es el Reino.
En presente - La Iglesia es llamada a ser un signo vivo del Reino de
Dios para que todos, dentro y fuera de nuestra comunidad, sepan que Dios
aun vive. Esto lo cumplimos a través de nuestros buenas obras de
caridad, perdonando y trabajado hacia la paz y justicia.
En futuro - Finalmente debemos ser la luz de la esperanza para que
venga a nosotros el Reino donde se reconoce y reina la voluntad de Dios,
y donde Dios “les enjugará toda lágrima de los ojos. Ya no habrá
muerte…” (Apoc 21:4).
En la liturgia es rara la vez que muestre a Jesús como Rey, cuando lo
vemos ayudando al pueblo, amando a todos, orando, en agonía y
finalmente condenado a muerte por todos nosotros. Pensando en la
manera que vivió Jesús y como se sacrificó nos impulsa a amarlo aun
más. Cristo Jesús es verdaderamente nuestro Rey. Dedíquele un poco de
tiempo este domingo Cristo Rey en oración y en acción de gracias por
todo lo que nos ha dado.
(For the English version please turn to page10)
HAPPY THANKSGIVING
FELIZ DÍA DE ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS
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VIVAT CHRISTUS REX!
My dear friends, this weekend we conclude the liturgical year of the
Church and this is probably a good opportunity for us to pause and to
evaluate our faith. The Church proposes to conclude our liturgical
year with the Solemnity of Christ the King, what does it mean for us
that Jesus is the King of the Universe?
When the Lord came into this world, he said he was coming to establish the
“Kingdom of God” among us. He never call himself “king”, but when Pontius Pilate
asked him if he was the expected king, he accepted it; over the time we have
recognized Him as well as the supreme Lord of the world, history and of our own
lives.
Pope Pius XI instituted the Feast of Christ the King on March 11th, 1925,
encouraging Catholics to publicly acknowledge that the Lord of the Church is Christ
the King. Later this event moved to close the liturgical year highlighting the
importance of Christ as the center of world, history, and Church. It is the Alpha and
Omega (Α – Ω), the beginning and the end. Christ reigns in the people with his
message of love, justice and service. His Kingdom is eternal and universal, that is,
forever and for all men.
If I recognize Jesus Christ as Lord and King of my life and my heart, if I accept his
Gospel as the only rule, if I faithfully fulfill his commandments and dedicate my best
of myself to Him, be sure many blessings will be bestowed. Parts of the blessings we
receive are the same that we share. I want to express my gratitude with all of you, as
I mentioned to you last week if it is possible for you to increase a little your weekly
offering, even if this is done only once a month. All your efforts will be well
rewarded.
As we conclude this liturgical year, think again about the question of your my faith is
transforming your life and your actions; how your desire for holiness is manifested in
service to God and your neighbor; how can we continue to grow not only as a
community and church but also as a person. This Thursday also you will have the
opportunity to THANK GOD with your love ones for the many good things that
have happened. We will also give thanks for those moments where probably we have
experienced pain, illness, grief or any other sacrifice, for we have the sure and certain
hope " We know that all things work together for good for those who love God"
(Rom 8:28). Vivat Iesus, vivat christus rex ! Sacred Heart of Jesus help us to
recognized your Sacred Royalty, and help us to establish your Kingdom in midst.
Amen.
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY!
“In all circumstances, give thanks, for this is the will
of God for you in Christ Jesus. Alleluia, alleluia.”
1 Thessalonians 5:18
Best Wishes for a Happy and Blessed
Thanksgiving.
Fr. Cesar & the Parish Staff
THE RETIREMENT FUND FOR
RELIGIOUS
Thank you! “We can certainly call
you friends because of the way you
care for our retired members,” writes
a religious brother. Your gift to last
week’s collection for the Retirement Fund for
Religious benefits some 35,000 senior sisters,
brothers, and religious order priests. May God bless
you for your generosity!
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PARENTS
There will be NO Sacramental Preparation classes
on Tuesday 25 November and Thursday, 27
November for Thanksgiving. Office will be closed
Thursday 27 and Friday 28. PLEASE NOTE all
students are expected to attend mass every week
and participate in the Children´s Liturgy of the
Word.
THANKSGIVING DAY MASS
Please join us on Thanksgiving
Day, Thursday, 27 November 2014.
Let us together offer our gratitude
to God for all the Blessing we have
received during this year, and in gratitude for all
those who have helped us in our lives and
community.by attending the Mass. The Mass in
English, Italian and Spanish will be celebrated at
9:00AM at SJC. The Parish Office will be closed on
Thursday and the following day Friday in
observance. There will be no 12:15PM mass on
both days. Friday, 28 November, Mass will be also
celebrated at 9:00AM.
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LETTURA DEL GIORNO
RE PASTORE
Il lavoro del pastore e quello del re non
potrebbero essere piu’ differenti l’uno
dall’altro. I pastori sono nel ceto piu’
basso della societa’, mentre i re sono nel piu’alto.
Ma Dio dice, per mezzo del profeta Ezechiele, che il
Messia guidera’ in un modo molto differente dalle
autorita’ terrestri che si rendono tanto importanti e
causano danni al popolo con la cattiva guida.
Il nostro Re accetta il lavoro. Cristo, come un
pastore, dara’ riposo, cerchera’ gli sperduti, portera’
indietro coloro che si sono allontanati e sbandati.
Egli guarira’gli afflitti e fasciera’ i feriti. Egli non
delega, ma “guidera’ giustamente”. Abbiamo un re
che si cura di noi e che non ha paura di “giudicare
fra una pecora ed un’altra” (Ezechiele 34:17)
CHRISTMAS FLOWERS &
DECORATIONS
You will find included in your
envelope packet a special envelope for
Christmas flowers. Please use it to make any
contributions and indicate a memorial or dedication
for our Christmas decorations. Drop it in the
collection basket along with your usual offering by
November 30. A memorial list will be published later.
CHRISTMAS CLEANING
We will be doing our annual clean at
Saint Joachim Church on Wednesday
December 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM, and
we need your help! Please come to the Church that
day. As a reminder for the confirmation candidates
and their parents, the candidates must complete 20
service hours (10 hours at first and at second year).
We will need help during the Christmas Cleaning, if
you want to sign up your child for service or if you
need more information please call the Parish Office,
ext. 102. Remember, many hands make light work.
Thank you for all your help
“L’Agnello immolato è degno di ricevere potenza e
ricchezza e sapienza e forza e onore:
a lui gloria e potenza nei secoli, in eterno.
(Ap 5,12; 1,6)
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SAVE THE DATE
Dec. 8
Dec. 12
Dec. 16
Dec. 24
Dec. 25
Dec. 29
Sol. of the Immaculate Conception, ICC
Holy day of Obligation
Parish office Closed
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, SJC
Advent Penance Service, ICC
Vigil of the Nativity of the Lord ICC
Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord
Holy Day of Obligation
Feast of the Holy Family
SOLEMNITY OF THE
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
OF MARY
Holy Day of Obligation
Monday, 8 December is observed
as the Solemnity of the
Immaculate Conception of Mary
and our patroness’ feast of ICC.
Mass will be celebrated at 12:15PM English and
7:00PM Spanish at Immaculate Conception
Church. All are welcome.
The Parish office will be closed in observance.
FEAST OF OUR LADY OF
GUADALUPE
The observance of the feast of
Our Lady of Guadalupe will be
on Friday, 12 December. Mass in
English will be celebrated as
regulary at 12:15PM SJC. A
special celebration will be held in the evening at
SJC starting with a serenate at 6:00PM, with a
solemn mass in Spanish at 7:00 PM. Join us as we
honor Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the
Americas. All are welcome.
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READING OF THE DAY
THE SHEPHERD KING
The job of shepherd and the job of
king couldn’t be more different from
each other. Shepherds are on the
lowest rung of society, kings are at the top. But
God says, through the prophet Ezekiel, that the
Messiah will lead in a way very different from
earthly authorities who lord it over their people
and cause harm with their poor leadership.
Our King takes on the job himself. Christ, like a
shepherd, will give rest, seek out the lost, bring
back the strayed and scattered ones. He will heal
the wounded and bind up the injured. He does
not delegate, but will “shepherd them rightly.”
We have a king who cares for us and who is not
afraid to “judge between one sheep and another”
(Ezekiel 34:17).
TODAY’S READINGS: First Reading:
Ezekiel 34: 11-12 Second Reading: 1
Corinthians 15: 20-26 Gospel: Matthew 25:3146
The Lord Jesus is our shepherd. At the end, at
his coming, he will hand over the Kingdom to
his Father. He will “judge between one sheep
and another, between rams and goats”, between
those who have lived their lives for others, and
those who have lived for themselves. From Ordo
2013
REFLECTION QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK
ADULT: What changes in lifestyle does today’s
Gospel call you to?
ADVENT PENANCE SERVICE
CHILD: When Jesus comes to judge us, what
will he be looking for in our lives?
Whether it has been just a few
weeks or a few years, celebrate
the Sacrament of Reconciliation
this Advent Season. Our Lady of
the Angels Advent Penance
Service will be held at
Immaculate Conception Church on Tuesday, 16
December 2014 at 7:00PM. A number of priests
will be available to hear confessions that evening.
How worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive
power and divinity, and wisdom and strength and
honor. To him belong glory and power for ever and ever.
(Revelation 5:12; 1:6)
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VIVAT CHRISTUS REX!
Mis queridos hermanos, hoy concluimos el año litúrgico y éste es
probablemente un momento oportuno para todos nosotros de hacer un
alto en nuestra jornada y evaluar nuestra fe. La Iglesia nos propone
concluir el año litúrgico con la Solemnidad de Jesucristo Rey del
Universo, ¿qué significa que Jesucristo sea el Rey del Universo?
En el tiempo en que nuestro Señor vino a este mundo, nos dijo que
venía a implantar un nuevo reino que él llamaba el “Reino de los cielos”, y aunque Él
mismo no se proclamó rey como los reyes de este mundo, sí aceptó el nombramiento
cuando Pilato le preguntó si él era el rey esperado; y nosotros a través del tiempo lo
hemos reconocido así, como el supremo Señor del mundo, de la de la historia y de
nuestras propias vidas.
El Papa Pío XI instaura la fiesta de Cristo Rey el 11 de Marzo de 1925, motivando así a
los católicos a reconocer en público que el mandatario de la Iglesia es Cristo Rey.
Luego esta fiesta se movió para cerrar el año litúrgico resaltando la importancia de
Cristo como centro de toda la historia universal. Es el alfa y el omega, el principio y el
fin. Cristo reina en las personas con su mensaje de amor, justicia y servicio. El Reino de
Cristo es eterno y universal, es decir, para siempre y para todos los hombres.
Si reconozco a Cristo Jesús como Señor y Rey de mi vida y de mi corazón, si acepto su
Evangelio como única norma de vida, si cumplo fielmente su mandamiento único y le
dedico lo mejor de mí, estoy seguro que mi vida y la de mis seres queridos va a ser
bendecida profundamente. Partes de esas bendiciones que recibimos, son las mismas
que compartimos, Desde ya gracias a todos que de una u otra manera pueden
incrementar un poco su ofrenda, aunque esto sea solo una vez al mes. Todo su esfuerzo
será bien recompensado.
Este es un momento para reflexionar y preguntarnos cómo mi fe está transformando mi
vida y mis acciones; cómo en mi deseo de santidad sigo buscando servir a Dios y a mi
prójimo; cómo podemos seguir creciendo no solo como comunidad e iglesia sino
también como personas. En esta semana, algunos de ustedes celebrarán ese reinado de
Cristo de manera muy especial. El jueves tendremos la oportunidad de dar GRACIAS a
Dios con nuestros seres querido por tantas cosas buenas que han pasado en nuestras
vidas, daremos gracias también por aquellos momentos en donde probablemente
hemos experimentado dolor, sacrificio, enfermedad, duelo o cualquier otra pena, pues
tenemos la segura certeza y “sabemos que a los que a Dios aman, todas las cosas les
ayudan a bien” (Rom 8,28). Sagrado Corazón de Jesús! Te ofrecemos nuestras pobres
acciones para que todos los corazones reconozcan tu Sagrada Realeza, y que así el
reinado de tu paz se establezca en el Universo entero. Amén.
Fr. Caesar A. Rubiano
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Nuestro Señor Jesucristo, Rey del Universo
Nov. 27/28
Dic. 8
Dic. 12
Dic. 16
PRÓXIMOS EVENTOS
Día de Acción de Gracias. Oficina
Parroquial cerrada
Sol. De la Inmaculada Concepción
Fiesta de Precepto
Oficina Parroquial Cerrada
Fiesta de Nuestra. Sra. de Guadalupe
Servicio Penitencial de Adviento ICC
¡FELIZ DÍA DE ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS!
“Aleluya, aleluya. En toda ocasión den gracias a Dios: ésta
es, por voluntad de Dios, su vocación de cristianos. Aleluya.”
1 Tesalonicenses 5, 18
Nuestros mejores deseos para este día.
Padre Cesar y el personal de la Parroquia.
FONDO DE RETIRO PARA
RELIGIOSO
¡Gracias! “Ciertamente les podemos
llamar amigos por la manera en que
cuidan
a
nuestros
miembros
jubilados”, escribe un hermano
religioso. Su donativo a la colecta de
la semana pasada destinada al Fondo para la
Jubilación de Religiosos ayuda a cerca de 35,000
hermanas, hermanos y sacerdotes de órdenes
religiosas ancianos. ¡Que Dios los bendiga por su
generosidad!
MISA POR EL DÍA DE ACCIÓN DE
GRACIAS
El jueves 27 de noviembre, Día de
Acción de Gracias, a las 9:00AM en la
Iglesia San Joaquín (misa trilingüe)
Español, Ingles, e Italiano, con el coro de niños.
Manifestemos nuestro agradecimiento a Dios por
todos los favores y Bendiciones asistiendo a misa.
No habrá misa de 7:00PM. La oficina parroquial
estará cerrada el jueves 27 y viernes 28 de
noviembre.
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LECTURA DEL DÍA
EL REY PASTOR
La tarea del pastor y la tarea del rey no
pueden ser más diferentes la una de la
otra. Los pastores están en el último
escalón de la sociedad, mientras los
reyes están en el más elevado. Pero Dios dice, por
medio del profeta Ezequiel, que el Mesías regirá de
manera muy diferente a las autoridades de la tierra
que oprimen a su pueblo y le causa daño por ser
malos gobernantes.
Nuestro Rey asume el trabajo por sí mismo. Cristo,
como un pastor, dará reposo a sus ovejas, buscará a
la extraviada, traerá de vuelta a las perdidas y
dispersas. Curará a las heridas y vendará a las
lesionadas. Él no delega, sino que las apacentará
“con justicia”. Tenemos a un rey que vela por
nosotros y que no tiene miedo de “juzgar entre oveja
y oveja” (Ezequiel 34:17).
Síganos en facebook
www.facebook.com/olatrenton ATENCIÓN PADRES: Les recordamos que no
habrá clases de catecismo el martes 25 y jueves 27
de noviembre. La oficina parroquial estará cerrada
el jueves 27 y viernes 28. Los niños deben asistir a
misa semanalmente y participar en la Liturgia de la
Palabra para niños.
LIMPIEZA DE LA IGLESIA
Nuestra limpieza anual de la iglesia
San Joaquín será el miércoles 10 de
diciembre
a
las
6:00PM,
necesitamos toda la ayuda posible.
Invitamos a todas las personas que deseen ayudar,
especialmente a los jóvenes que recibirán la
Confirmación y a los estudiantes de RICA a
participar. Recuerde que muchas manos hacen el
trabajo más fácil. Muchas gracias por su ayuda.
Digno es el Cordero que fue inmolado, de recibir el
poder, la riqueza, la sabiduría, la fuerza y el honor.
A él la gloria y el imperio por los siglos de los siglos.
(Apocalipsis 5, 12; 1, 6)
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NOTICIAS DE ORGANIZACIÓNES DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LOS ÁNGELS Y DE LA COMUNIDAD
LAS POSADAS: Una vez más
invitamos a nuestros feligreses a
unirse en la celebración de Las
Posadas. Esta tradición recuerda el
viaje de María y José por Belén en
búsqueda de posada antes del nacimiento de Jesús. Serán
9 días recorriendo diferentes hogares. Las familias que
quieran participar de este novenario y recibir en sus
casas las imágenes de la Sagrada Familia, por favor
llamar al 609-695-6089 ext. 102. Es necesario estar
registrado y activos en la parroquia para recibir una
posada. Queda disponible el jueves 18 de diciembre.
NOVENA A LA VIRGEN DE
GUADALUPE
La parroquia realizará la Novena a la
Virgen de Guadalupe, Del 3 al 11 de
diciembre. Las familias que quieran
participar de este novenario y recibir en
sus casas las imágenes de la Virgen, por favor coordinar
con los miembros del Grupo Guadalupano, llamando a
Cristina al 609-222-5248.
Servicio Penitencial de Adviento
Martes 16 de diciembre 2014
a las 7:00PM
Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción
Se oirán confesiones en:
Inglés, italiano, y español
GRACIAS
-A todos aquellos que de una forma especial
colaboraron con los altares en honor de nuestros
queridos difuntos.
-A la familia de Mailyn Fernández por su tiempo y
dedicación para el arreglo de los vestidos Litúrgicos.
-A la Iglesia Católica Ucraniana de San Esteban por
celebrar las intenciones adicionales en conmemoración
de los difuntos de nuestra parroquia.
CORRESPONSABILIDAD DE OFRENDA
El total colectado en las misas hispanas el pasado fin
de semana del 15 y 16 de noviembre fue de $5,051.00.
El detalle de la colecta se encuentra en la página 9 del
boletín. Por favor recuerden hacer uso de sus sobres
de ofrenda, es la mejor manera de llevar la cuenta de
sus ofrendas familiares. ¡Mil gracias por su
generosidad!
FLORES Y DECORACIONES
DE ADVIENTO Y NAVIDAD
ADVIENTO Y NAVIDAD
La temporada de Navidad y
adviento
están
cerca
necesitamos de su apoyo para el pago de las flores y
decoraciones para nuestros templos. Usted
encontrará incluido en su paquete de sobres de
colecta, un sobre especial para las flores de
Navidad; utilícelo para hacer su contribución y
durante las misas del 29 y 30 de noviembre. La lista
de las personas que contribuyeron y sus intenciones,
estará disponible.
Las fotos de nuestros queridos difuntos que fueron
colocadas en el altar durante el mes de noviembre
han sido puestas en la sacristía. Por favor recoja la
suya lo más pronto posible. Gracias por su
cooperación.
SOLEMNIDAD DE LA
INMACULADA CONCEPCIÓN
DE MARÍA
Fiesta de Precepto
El lunes 8 de diciembre celebramos
esta Solemnidad la fiesta de nuestra
patrona de Inmaculada Concepción. La misa se
celebrará a las 12:15PM en ingles y a las 7:00PM en
español en la Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción.
Todos son bienvenidos.
La oficina Parroquial estará cerrada este día.
“CON JESÚS Y MARÍA LA FAMILIA SE
SALVA”
LA VIRGEN DE GUADALUPE
PEREGRINAJE DIOCESANO
DICIEMBRE 6, 2014 8:00AM A 5:00PM
CATEDRAL SANTA MARÍA
Visita especial de su Eminencia Obispo David
O’Connel, CM.
Predicadores: Reverendo René Pulgarin y Diacono
Benito Torres.
Procesión, Rosario, Serenatas, Obra teatral grupo
San José, Misa, Fuego de Esperanza.
Habrá venta de almuerzo. Para más información
visite: www.dioceseoftrenton.org/guadalupe
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Worship Schedule
INTENTIONS
Saturday, 22 November
4:00 PM (SJC)
English
REQUESTED BY
† Giovanni Pesarini
† George Orha & Danny Pasquito
† Stephen Kovacs
† Carmelo Amantia
† Dominic & Ida Cracker
Family
Frank & Marie Capasso
Julie Guagliardo
Danny Carrigan Chambers Little League
Daughter & family
† María Socorro González
† Francisco Javier González
† Richard González
† Anthony Bevilacqua Sr. & Jr.
† Dolores Argese
† Jennifer Castaldo
† Frank Stashko
† Ada Cattani
† Bernardina Masone
† María Cristina Monge
Feligreses, ex alumnos, amigos y Benefactores
vivos y fallecidos de nuestra parroquia
† John & Anne Gottlieb
Lucia Crespo
Hernán González
Barbara
Wife & Mother, Marie
Elsie & Lou Mimmo
Don & Donna Povia
Wife, Martha
Mary Pontani
Renate Migliarese
Su Hija Patricia Monge
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Carmine Pantaleoni
† Annette Santo
Ann, Wife
Rosa Amodio
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Michele Pedrino
† Anthony Minelli
† Deceased Lee Family Members
Mother & Sister
Mother
Lorraine Lee
12:15 PM (SJC)
English
† Maurice Perili
† Anton Pollich
Lorraine Lee
Monica & Anneliese Pollich
9:00 AM (SJC)
Trilingual
† Albert Castaldo Sr. & Albert Castaldo Jr.
† Randee DeMartino
† Jennifer Castaldo
6:30 PM (SJC)
Spanish
Sunday, 23 November – Christ the King- Cristo Rey
8:00 AM (SJC)
Spanish
9:30 AM (ICC)
English
11:00 AM (SJC)
English
12:15 PM (ICC)
Spanish
Monday, 24 November
Tuesday, 25 November
Wednesday, 26 November
Thursday, 27 November Thanksgiving Day
NO 12:15 OR 7:00 MASSES-PARISH OFFICE CLOSED
Friday, 28 November No 12:15 Mass Parish Office Closed
Parroquia
Parroquia
Rosemary Castaldo
Mother,Gail Baxter & Grandmother Kay Ruskai
Grandmother Rosemary
9:00 AM (SJC)
English
† John Lee
† Nando & Anthony Minelli
Josephine’s Radice Family
Josephine’s Radice Family
4:00 PM (SJC)
English
† Josef M. Polich
† Antimo & Antoinete Chiarello
† Rosemary Martin
† Nicholas J. Tolve
Feligreses, ex alumnos, amigos y Benefactores
vivos y fallecidos de nuestra parroquia
Pollich Family
Daughter Sandy Minelli
Michael & Barbara Castiello
JoAnne San Paolo
† Catherine C. Jannotti
†
† Catherine & Angelo Tramontana
† Jenifer Castaldo
† Barbara Carlini
In Thanksgiving for 40 years of Special
Religious Education provided by Holy Cross Center
† Eilen S. Deblois
† Stephen J. Kovacs
† Theresa M. (Cicchetti)Wiliams
† María Cristina Monge
† Anna Marie Cesani Amante
†
Rosemary C. Frascella, MD
Saturday, 29 November
6:30 PM (SJC)
Spanish
Sunday, 30 November
8:00 AM (SJC)
Spanish
9:30 AM (ICC)
English
11:00 AM (SJC)
English
12:15 PM (ICC)
Spanish
Parroquia
Janice C. Swierczek
Helen Potash
Jerry Foley
Holy Cross Center
Colleen & Donald
Ben & Clara Gioe
Bill & Carol Salentre
Su Hija Patricia Monge
JoAnne San Paolo
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STEWARDSHIP… A Way of Life
Sharing Our Treasure 15/16 November
Weekly Sacrificial Stewardship Offering
$12,411.00
Masses in English
$7,360.00
Masses in Spanish
$5,051.00
Parish Pay (21)
$2,465.00
$7,216.00
Envelope Contributions
Youth envelopes
$103.00
Loose Money collected
$2,627.00
Number Registered Households
1,147 Families
427 Families
Number Using Envelopes Last Week
Average Envelope Contribution
$21.61
Candle offerings
$364.00
Poor box offerings
$310.00
SANCTUARY LAMP
(SJC) In Loving Memory of:
Ada Cattani
Requested by:
Niece Gerry
SANCTUARY LAMP
(ICC) In Loving Memory of:
Jennifer Castaldo
Requested by: Grandma Rosemary
DONACIÓN DE FLORES AL SANTUARIO
Emilio Sánchez y Evangelina Lopez Jiménez (Padres)
Our 2nd Collection last weekend for the Por sus hijos: Luis Fernando Sánchez Lopez
Bilder Noel Sánchez Lopez
Retirement Fund for Religious was $3,339.00.
Reyna Marleny Sánchez Lopez
Thank you for your generosity.
Byron Emilio Sánchez Lopez
LITURGICAL MINISTERS SCHEDULE PROGRAMACIÓN DE MINISTROS, LECTORES Y MINISTROS
Day/Date/Time/Place
Día/Fecha/Hora/Lugar
C. Di Costanzo
H. Linton
Precious Body
Cuerpo de
Cristo
Celebrant I
Deacon I (BM)
Sat, 29 Nov 4:00pm SJC
Sab, 29 nov 4:00pm SJC
P. Donini
M. Peroni
Celebrant I
Deacon
L. Bronski
T. Bennett
T. Naprawa (CM)
L. Baron
M. Rhodes
Sat, 29Nov 6:30pm SJC
Sab, 29 nov 6:30pm SJC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
R. Fernandez
I. Calixto
Celebrante I
G. Torres
M. Calvo
N. Linton
J. Macario
D. Ramos
Y. Rivas
H. Amezquita
Celebrante I
I. Macario
R. Locane
J. Pege
Celebrant I
Deacon I
G. Baldassari
Celebrant I
Deacon I
T. Gramajo
Z. Martínez
Celebrante I
W. Villalobos
Diácono I
H. Linton
G. Zárate
W. Torres
Diácono I
R. Barrera
R. Hernandez
R. Mora
M. Karpowicz
E. Schmidt
K. Schmidt
G. Persichilli
C. Carmignani
A. Carmignani
G. Del Aversano
Diácono I
E. Huitz
R. Rivera
R. Contreras
N. Sandoval
K. Villalobos
Thur, 27 Nov 9:00am SJC
Juev, 27 de nov 9:00am SJC
Trilingual Mass / Misa Trilingüe
Sun, 30 Nov 8:00am SJC
Dom, 30 de nov 8:00am SJC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
Ritual Occasion
Celebración
Thanksgiving
Day
Día de Acción
de Gracias
1st Sunday of
Advent
Sun, 30 Nov 9:30am ICC
Dom, 30 de nov 9:30am ICC
Sun, 30 Nov 11:00am SJC
Dom, 30 de nov 11:00am SJC
Readings in Italian/Lecturas en Italiano
Sun, 30 Nov 12:15pm ICC
Dom, 30 de nov 12:15pm ICC
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español
Readers
Lectores
1er domingo de
Adviento
Precious Blood
Sangre de Cristo
Altar Servers
Monaguillos
M. Massi
J. Tancreda
G. Persichilli(CM)
J. Foley
C. Ortiz
J. D. Pérez
D. Pérez
C. Ortiz
A. Macario
A. Vicente
F. Berson
G. Cenerino
B. Rodriguez
A.Manzanarez
M. Rubino
C. Rubino
C. Rubino
J. Abarca
M. Huitz
E. Bodon
M. Velasquez
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Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
LINEN SCHEDULE
Maritza Albarran & Maritza Lopez
Please pick up linens by Wednesday, 26 November.
Thank you so much for your services!
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE
olanj.org
For Weekly Bulletin, Liturgical Minister Schedule,
Up-Coming Events, Parish Calendar, Sacramental
Records Request, Wedding and Baptism Registration
Forms and more.
IS GOD CALLING YOU?
Vocational discernment groups meet to assist young
men who are discerning the possibility that God may
be calling them to a life of priestly ministry. These
groups are designed to explore a priestly vocation
with other like-minded men through prayer and
sharing vocation stories and experiences. The group
meetings are not meant to convince anyone that the
priesthood is their vocation. They are designed to
assist you in discovering if the priesthood is your true
vocation and build your relationship with Christ along
the way.
If you are a faithful, single Roman Catholic man,
between the ages of 18 and 40, and are asking
yourself whether God is calling you to be a priest, you
are cordially invited to attend this month’s
discernment on November 23rd, from 4:00PM to
6:00PM at St. Charles Borromeo Parish, 2226
Riverton Rd. Cinnaminson, NJ. Join Rev. Peter James
Alindogan and Rev. Chris Picolo, as they share their
experiences of the priesthood, followed by prayer and
conclude with conversation and a meal.
Please register with the Dioceses of Trenton Vocation
Office at [email protected] or by
calling 609-406-7449. Join us at this exciting time as
you discover and respond to His invitation!
SAVE THE DATE
Our Lady of the Angels is offering a bus trip on 6
December, 2014 to Hershey “Holiday Celebration.”
The cost is $106.00 per person. Full payment per
person is required to reserve your seat. Make check
payable to Lorraine Lee. For additional information
contact Lorraine at 609-586-6749.
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SOLEMNITY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST
KING OF THE UNIVERSE
The Feast of Christ the King is celebrated this
weekend. This Sunday our parish will celebrate this
feast with Eucharistic Adoration, beginning with the
11:00 AM Mass, followed by Exposition of the Most
Blessed Sacrament and ending with Procession,
Adoration, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
This Solemnity of Christ the King marks the end of
the Liturgical year, with a new Liturgical year
beginning next Sunday, the first Sunday of Advent.
During the Liturgical year, we re-live the life of Christ
on earth and we should try to follow His lead in our
daily life.
This Feast establishes that Jesus is the King of God’s
Kingdom. Though many believe that God’s Kingdom
refers to life after death, it really refers to God’s
presence in our everyday life. Whenever we follow
how Jesus lived on earth, showing love to one
another, forgiving one another, helping those less
fortunate and working toward building a just and
peaceful community, God’s Kingdom and loving rule
is in operation.
An article in Catholic Update, talks about the “three
dimensions” of God’s Kingdom:
The past - The Kingdom of God has already come in
the presence of Jesus Christ as God’s son on earth.
By His life and death, he shows us what the Kingdom
is like.
The present - The Church is called to be a living sign
of the Kingdom of God so that everyone, inside and
outside of our community, knows that God still lives.
We do this by our everyday acts of goodness, by
forgiveness and by working for justice and peace.
The future - Finally, we must be beacons of hope for
the Kingdom to come, where God’s will is recognized
and reigns and where God “will wipe away every tear
from our eyes, and death shall be no more...” (Rev.
21:14).
In the liturgy, we rarely see Jesus act as King, as we
see Him helping people, loving all, praying, in agony
and finally, as being killed for all of us. Thinking
about how Jesus lived, and what He sacrificed, urges
us to love Him more. Jesus Christ is truly our King.
Spend some time this Sunday with Jesus Christ, the
King of the Universe in prayer and thanksgiving for
all that our King He has given to us.
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OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS PARISH ORGANIZATION &
COMMUNITY PARISHES NEWS
LADIES OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT:
Next Corp. Comm. will be on Sunday, 7 December
at 9:30AM Mass at ICC.
SENIOR CITIZENS: No Seniors meeting on
November 26.
December Casino bus trip on Monday December
15th. Resorts Casino, cost $30.00, return of $25.00
in slot play. Call Lucille at 609-396-6918.
SANCTUARY GUILD: Corp. Communion will be
on Sunday, 7 December at 11:00AM. Business
meeting to follow.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY: Winning Fall raffle
tickets (3) will be drawn on Friday, 21 November
2014 and winners will be notified via telephone.
May God give us quiet and joyful moments on the
coming Thanksgiving Day.
CHRISTMAS TREES SET
UP AND DECORATION
We will be setting up our
Christmas trees at the parish
office, hall and house on
Wednesday
December
3,
starting at 1:30 PM and we are
looking for a team of
volunteers to help us. If you
are gifted with decorating taste and have some time to
spare we need your help! Please call the parish office
at 609-695-6089 to let us know you will be coming.
Thank you for all your help.
MONTAJE Y DECORACIÓN DE LOS
ÁRBOLES DE NAVIDAD Los árboles navideños
de la oficina parroquial, salón y casa serán
ensamblados el miércoles 3 de diciembre desde la
1:30 PM y estamos buscando voluntarios que nos
ayuden. Si usted tiene tiempo disponible, gusto y le
gusta la decoración, necesitamos de su ayuda. Por
favor, llame a la oficina parroquial al 609-695-6089
para dejarnos saber que vendrá. Muchas gracias por
toda su ayuda.
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Catholic Teaching on End-of-Life Issues and PhysicianAssisted Suicide-Sunday, December 7, 2014, 1:00 PM,
St. Rose Parish Center (building next to church), 603
Seventh Ave., Belmar, NJ. Deacon Patrick Brannigan,
Executive Director and spokesperson on public policy
matters for the New Jersey Catholic Conference, along
with Sister Pat Codey, President of the Catholic
Healthcare Partnership of New Jersey, will present a
program to assist in the better understanding of Catholic
Teaching regarding end-of-life issues and the moral
concerns of Physician-Assisted Suicide. Call 609-4037192 for additional information.
CONTINUING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF OUR
FOREBEARS OCTOBER 5 - 15, 2015
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SPOLETO, ROME
Package includes; Round trip airfare to Venice return
from Rome, 10 nights first class accommodations,
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speaking Tour guide via air-conditioned motor coach.
Some of the place included are the Shrine of Saint
Anthony of Padua, St Lucy Filippini, and Papal
Audience with Pope Francis.
For Additional information, contact: Karla Rhodes @
609-577-2715 or Email at [email protected]
THANK YOU!!
The Ladies of the Blessed Sacrament would like to
thank everyone who attended our Pamper Yourself Day.
Your support made our event a great success.
We would like to thank our supporters who graciously
donate gifts for our Silent Auction:
Best Nails, Bill’s Tavern, Brothers Pizza, Casa Mia
Liquors, Cedar Garden, Chiarello’s, Chicken Holiday,
Copuano’s, Divine Pizza, Fame Restaurant, Foley’s
Shop n’ Bag, Gennaro’s Pizza, Golden Dawn,
Hairport, Italian People’s Bakery, Larry’s Way of
Hair, Pete’s Steakhouse, Porfirio’s, Roebling Liquors,
Rosa’s Restaurant, Rossi’s Restaurant, Tina’s Bagels.
Thank you to the D’Errico – Correnti Chambers
Funeral Home for donating our tickets.
Kudos and thank you also to our Pamper Yourself
Day Committee members for organizing such a fun
parish event: Cathy Candelori, Rosemary Cenerino,
Kathy Geiger, Maryann Karpowicz, Rosemary
McKeever, Judy Procaccini and Rose Sanvardine.
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