St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
Serving the Community for 130 Years
January 11, 2015—The Baptism of the Lord
251 Franklin St., Hightstown, NJ 08520
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in
the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit"
Matthew 28:19
9:00 am
7:30 pm
6:45 am
9:00 am
6:45 am
9:00 am
6:45 am
10:30 am
9:00 am
4:30 pm
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:00 noon
4:00 pm
January 12
Betty Setneska
Mass in Spanish
January 13
Communion Service
Lucy Rodriguez
January 14
Red Becker & Mary Ruth Kelly
Debra Pinson
January 15
Communion Service
Francis O’Such
January 16
Emilia DiGiacomo
January 17
Cynthia Brooks
January 19
Sheila Hutchinson
Hardith Lewallen
Thomas P. Brennan
For all living & deceased parish members
James & Margaret Powers
January Pilgrim Cross Schedule: Sunday 10:30am Mass
Rev. Patrick J. McDonnell, Pastor, ext. 18
Office Phone: 609-448-0141 ■ Fax: 609-448-8878
Assisting Priests and Deacons who are not assigned to our
Parish, but who come here to help us: Msgr. Hugh Ronan,
Father Lee Inverso, Father Tony Ramos, Latino Ministry:
Father Miguel Valle
Deacon: Tom Garvey, Asst. Deacon: Michael Scannella
Asst. Deacon Andy Fatovic
For emergencies only x30
Assistant to the Pastor: Sheila Conway x25
Nutritional Counseling
Bulletin Editor/Admin. Asst: Deb Napolitano x11
[email protected]
Trustee: Tony Humphreys
Helping Hands Coordinator: Judy Abramovitz
609 443-3573
Music Ministries Director: Quentin Marty Ph.D.
609 448-3944
Contemporary Choir: Catherine Doyle 609 448-6120
Director of Operations: Guy Conway x23
[email protected]
Parish Accountant : Henry Kazin x10
[email protected]
Religious Education: Aileen O’Brien x21
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Admin. Assistant/Liaison Latino Community:
Ximena Bustamante x29
Sacrament Secretary: Deacon Michael Scannella x28
[email protected]
Building & Grounds: Eddie Dunn and
Assistant Nick Sebasto x31
Youth Ministry: Liz Guzhnay x12
Parish Office Hours: Mon- Thursd
day — 9AM—4PM
Friday 8AM - 3PM
Visit our website www.stanthony–
Wheelchair Accessible
SCRIPTURE READINGS — Week of January 11
Monday: Heb 1:1-6; Ps 97:1, 2b, 6, 7c, 9; Mk 1:14-20
Tuesday: Heb 2:5-12; Ps 8:2ab, 5, 6-9; Mk 1:21-28
Wednesday: Heb 2:14-18; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9; Mk 1:29-39
Thursday: Heb 3:7-14; Ps 95:6-11; Mk 1:40-45
Friday: Heb 4:1-5, 11; Ps 78:3, 4bc, 6c-8; Mk 2:1-12
Saturday: Heb 4:12-16; Ps 19:8-10, 15; Mk 2:13-17
Sunday: 1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19; Ps 40:2, 4, 7-10; 1 Cor
6:13c-15a, 17-20; Jn 1:35-42
Christ Child Giving Tree—Thank You!
A big thanks to all parishioners for making the Christ
Child Giving Tree a huge success this year.
As a parish we were able to provide gifts for over eighty
children, provide many layette items for newborn babies in need and to help our own parish families in
need of some extra assistance this season with gift
cards. A very special thank you to the members of
our Prayer Shawl Ministry who donated hand crocheted
baby blankets, booties and caps. Many children will be
touched by your generosity this holiday season. Have a
Happy and Healthy New Year!
Monthly Prayer Group Meeting
Listen to the Word of God and Cultivate a Friendship
with Christ. Come join The Prayer Group Saturday,
January 17 from 9:30AM - 11:30AM in the Community Room. Contact Margie Olsen 609-443-1508
Collection Schedule
Monthly Offering
Catholic Schools
Latin America
Capital Campaign
Rebecca Peterson, Valerie Peterson, Andrew Misnick,
Baby Paul, Jeff Bock, Ronald Shekiro,
Christine Divine, Lauren Conway,
Christopher Prefer, Richard Mastriano,
Henry Lloyd, Carl Rubino, Domonique
DeStefano, Mary Wall, Steven Madonna,
Agnes Medican, and Nancy Aiello.
Names appear for four weeks. 448-0141 x11 or contact
Jennie Rubino 609 490 –0473 for additional prayers.
Liturgy of the Eucharist
Saturday: 4:30 PM;
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 AM; 4:00 PM,
12:00 noon (Español)
Daily Masses: Monday, 7:30 PM Spanish
Monday-Friday 9:00 AM
Consult Bulletin for any special 6:45 AM services
Novena to St. Anthony of Padua
Tuesdays following the 9 AM Mass
Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help
Wednesdays following the 9 AM Mass
Adoration of Blessed Sacrament
1 Fridays – after 9:00 AM mass to 7:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 3:30-4:00 PM, Reconciliation Room
The Baptism of the Lord
Baptism of Jesus by John
John the Baptist was God's appointed messenger. Before
Jesus began his ministry, John had been announcing to
the people throughout the regions of Jerusalem and
Judea to prepare for the coming Messiah. He was calling them to repent, turn from their sins, and be baptized. He was pointing the way to Jesus. Then, all of a
sudden, Jesus appeared on the scene. Jesus came to
John to be baptized, but John told him, "I need to be
baptized by you." John himself wondered why Jesus
asked to be baptized.
So Jesus replied, "Let it be so now; it is proper for us to
do this to fulfill all righteousness." John then consented
and baptized Jesus. As Jesus came up out of the water,
heaven opened, and the Spirit of God, like a dove, descended upon him. Witnesses to the baptism heard a
voice from heaven saying, "This is my son, whom I
love; with him I am well pleased."
Bishop David O’Connell
Bishop David M. O'Connell, C.M., underwent surgery
Dec. 29, in a Trenton area hospital to remove part of
his lower left leg reaching halfway between the knee
and the ankle. The surgery was needed to address several serious infections brought about by complications
with his diabetes.
Bishop O'Connell's surgery was described as successful
by his surgeons, and his recovery is going well. All
signs are good for a speedy recovery and rehabilitation,
and he does hope to lead and celebrate the ceremonies
of Holy Week, depending on how things progress.
We ask members of the community to pray for Bishop
O’Connell in the coming weeks and months, as he recovers and completes his rehabilitation. Anyone wishing to send a card or note may do so at the following
address: Most Rev. David M. O’Connell, C.M., The
Chancery, Diocese of Trenton, 701 Lawrenceville Rd.,
Trenton, NJ 08648, Attn: Office of Communications. To send via email, write to [email protected]
First Reading: Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7
God speaks to His court about His “chosen one”, who
will bring about justice in a quiet non-military way. As
a result, Israel will be freed from her blindness and
Second Reading: Acts 10:34-38
St. Peter’s sermon, delivered in the house of the newlyconverted Cornelius, presents the Lord’s universal forgiveness, and the good works Jesus did after His baptism.
Gospel: Mark 1:7-11
After his humble admission of unworthiness, John the
Baptist baptizes Jesus. The Trinity then appears in a
striking vision to confirm Jesus’ identity as the Son of
Sanctuary Lamp… in Memory of
Francis O’Such,
requested by Clare O’Such.
Religious Education
Director: Aileen Mary O’Brien 609-448-0141 x21
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Admin. Assistant/
Liaison Latino Community: Ximena Bustamante
609-448-0141x29 [email protected]
Office hours: 9-3 PM Monday – Friday
We are closed Sat. and Sun.
“What did not lie in my plan lay in God’s plan. And the
more often something like this happens to me, the livelier
becomes the conviction of my faith that-from God’s perspective-nothing is accidental.” -St. Edith Stein
In today’s Gospel, (Mark 1:7-11), Jesus is baptized by John
the Baptist. Jesus had no sins so what is the significance of
this action? Through this baptism of the Holy Spirit, Jesus is
fashioning a new people of God. This event represents another divine intervention that fulfills the promise of the
Father, that he would send us a Savior. As the voice from
above says the Father is pleased with his Son, so someday
we all await the acknowledgement that God will be pleased
with our lives.
Religious Education News: The Religious Education Program is in need of a long term junior high substitute teacher
from mid-January until mid-March. If you are available to
help, please call the Religious Education Office at ext. 21.
Donation to Benefit Orphanage
A special thank you to the Cunin & Loja families for
the donation of $800 for Baby Jesus Masses. Their generous donations will benefit an orphanage in Ecuador
that specializes in helping children with learning disabilities.
Annual Retreat at Loyola Morristown
Loyola House of Retreats, the Jesuit Retreat, in Morristown,
NJ, offers a time to relax, away from business problems and
family worries, a time to reflect and get a fresh slant on
your life, a time to pray, to reawaken a sense of the reality
of God, and to grow in the precious gift of faith. The men of
St. Anthony of Padua Parish and other area parishes are
invited to join their brothers in Christ on retreat the weekend of January 23-25. The retreat begins at dinner on Friday and ends after lunch on Sunday. For information and
registration, call Stan DelaPaz at 609 448-1374.
Elks 1955 Blood Drive Sat. Jan.17
Please donate blood on Sat Jan 17 at the American
Red Cross Blood drive at Elks 1955, 110 Hickory
Corner Road, East Windsor NJ from 8 am-1 pm.
Your blood donation will actually save 3 lives, be a
Super Hero before Superbowl !!
January is National Blood Donor month and
all coming to donate at a Red Cross Blood drive
will get a coupon for a FREE 1 pound bag of Dunkin Donuts coffee!!
Sign up online at, enter sponsor
code Elks 1955! OR call Tom McGeachen at 609-448-8399
and leave you name & phone #. Thanks for your past blood
-Tom McGeachen, 15 gallon donor
"It is not fair to ask of others what you are not willing to do
― Eleanor Roosevelt
Social Justice Corner - January 11, 2015
As high as the heavens are above the earth so high are
my ways above your ways and my thoughts above your
thoughts. Isaiah 55:9
Throughout the Old Testament, the prophets show an
evolution in their perception of God. Isaiah sees God as
loving, forgiving and without vengeance. We see in
Jesus the maturation of the perception of God as totally
loving. We see the Son as a reflection of the Father who
never uses violence to change humanity.
In his Good Friday Sermon in 2011, Pope Benedict said:
“Above all we want to make the voice of Jesus heard.
He was always a man of peace. It could be expected
that, when God came to earth, he would be a man of
great power, destroying the opposing forces. That he
would be a man of powerful violence as an instrument
of peace. Not at all. He came in weakness. He came
with only the strength of love, totally without violence,
even to the point of going to the cross. This is what
shows the true face of God, that violence never comes
from God, never helps bring anything good, but is a
destructive means and not the path to escape difficulties...This is Jesus' true message: seek peace with the
means of peace and leave violence aside.”
Lenore Isleib
Social Justice Committee
[email protected]
Inclement Weather—Mass Schedule
At this time of year when inclement weather may be
upon us, it might be best to call ahead to see if there
are any Mass schedule changes. Please call the main
line (609) 448-0141 and listen to Fr. Pat’s greeting.
Here’s to Your Health with Sheila Conway
(Consult your Physician before making any changes to your
exercise or diet regimen.)
Chocolate: A Cure for the Common Cough?
Another reason to eat more chocolate: It could keep you
from coughing, according to doctors at the British National Health Service who presented
their research at the British Thoracic
Society’s winter meeting in London.
In their study, about 300 people at 13
hospitals who had persistent coughs
were given the chemical theobromine,
which is derived from cocoa, twice a
day for 14 days, according to the Daily Mail. Early results showed that 60 percent of patients experienced
some cough relief after taking the cocoa-based treatment.
The dosage of theobromine used in the trial was 1,000
mg. Unsweetened dark chocolate has about 450 mg of
theobromine per ounce, sweet dark chocolate has about
150 mg, and milk chocolate has about 60mg, according
to the Daily Mail.
While a daily bar of dark chocolate may contain enough
theobromine to have an effect on a chronic cough, researcher said, cough symptoms returned in patients
who were treated in the study once theobromine treatment ended.
Another study, done at the National Heart and Lung
Institute in London, showed that theobromine can block
the action of the sensory nerves, which halts the cough
reflex. That study found theobromine to be more effective than codeine, which is widely used to treat chronic
Researchers warned, however, that just because chocolate might have a clinical application doesn’t exempt it
from unwanted side effects.
“Eating a bar of dark chocolate a day which has high
levels of the compound may also be effective for people
with diagnosed persistent cough, although eating chocolate on a daily basis may have other unwanted effects,
including weight gain and so on,” said study leader Alyn
Morice, MD, head of the Hull Cough Clinic in Britain, in
the Daily Mail.
Spiritual Adoption
The Respect Life Ministry will
begin its Spiritual Adoption Program this weekend. The purpose
for this is threefold: To encourage
prayer for those contemplating
abortion, that they will respond to
God's grace and welcome their
child into life. To educate adults and children about
the development of the preborn child. To provide
mother's in need with a "baby shower" at the conclusion of the 9 month program. We hope you will feel
called to participate in this program. Visit our table
after mass for more information and sign our pledge
Building Fund/Capital Campaign Fund
A big THANK YOU to all those who continue to support
our monthly Building/Capital Campaign Fund by making their generous donations. We continue to pay our
monthly mortgage payments of $8,446.86 and now
have only 9 more payments to make totaling $76,021.74
and will be paid off in August of 2015. Along with these
important loan payments we continue to provide the
proper maintenance and repairs required to keep our
buildings and grounds in pristine condition, all the
while paying very close attention to costs. We are proud
to say that our maintenance costs have been reduced
substantially this year over the previous several.
Over and above the day to day maintenance and repairs
there still are plans for several projects that will require
substantial investments. As noted previously, the parking lot and concrete walks are a concern and will need
to be addressed, along with our sound and computer
system and backup power.
Once the mortgage is paid off it will free up funds that
will enable us to make these necessary improvements,
which is why your continued support of the Building/
Capital Campaign Fund is so important. In the meantime we will continue our current maintenance program
to keep the building and grounds safe and in the best
Anthonian Seniors: St. Anthony of Padua Parishioners 50 years
and older are welcome to join our Senior Club. Please call Angie Cruz 609–448–2511, or come to a meeting.
The Mass Offering Total for January 1 & 3: $19,644.
Your donations are important; they help Saint Anthony
of Padua continue the good work in the parish and the
community. Please remember the Parish in your Wills
and in your Estate Planning.
Bereavement Ministry: We meet and talk to people in our parish who have experienced losses; we help you find peace of
mind and soul. Please contact the parish office 609-448-0141
x25 or Deacon Mike Scannella x28. Let God begin his work
with and in you.
Helping Hands: Diligent volunteers provide a variety of help for
people in the community. Contact: Judy Abramovitz 609 4433573
King’s Kids is a Children's Liturgy of the Word program held
monthly at the 9 and 10:30 Masses. For information, contact
Joanne and John Tyne. [email protected]
Knights of Columbus Hightstown We welcome any interested
men of the parish. To learn more please call Rob Walsh 609
509-1718. We are looking to provide more support to the parish .
Music Ministries - Get involved and share your love of music!
See Quentin Marty after Mass or 609-448-3944; Contemporary Choir Cathy Doyle 609-448-6120,and Spanish Choir:
Nelson Rivera at 609-443-9683
Prayer Shawl Ministry - Prayer shawls are available at no
charge to ill parishioners, their families or friends. To request a
prayer shawl call Rosemarie Farkas 448-6971 or Rosalie Danek
448-8431. We accept monetary donations. Volunteers are very
much needed! Lessons are available.
Respect Life Ministry. - The group meets on the 4th Thursday
of each month. For more information, please call Tony Humphreys 609-448-8229. Pregnant? - Need Help? Birthright is
here to help - 49 East Main Street, Freehold NJ 07728; 732462-2888.
Catholic Annual Appeal
Each year the Bishop seeks the support of all diocese
members to further the work of our ministries. We all
have a vital part in what we do in Christ’s name; we
can all share in what we do with a gift to the Catholic
Annual Appeal. When we make a gift to the appeal, we
follow the command that we are One Family, Our
Family in Christ with every fiber of our lives. This year
St. Anthony of Padua’s share of the goal is $63,000;
pledged to date:: $67,915.00 paid to date:: $62,038.50. I
am always grateful and moved by the level of support
you give to our parish; thank you! May God continue to
bless you and your family.
RCIA Ministry - If you are 16 years and over and would like to
become a Catholic, or if you have been baptized but have not
received the sacraments of Holy Eucharist and Confirmation,
please call: Rosemarie Constable 609-448-0974, Steve Pavone
732-446-7661, or Deacon Tom Garvey 609-443-5699.
Social Concerns Social Concerns (totally funded by your donations) helps those in OUR parish in distress and in need of temporary aid. (Prov 14:31) “To help the poor is to honor God.”
Clothing at Green House The Green House will receive and
distribute gently used, washed and folded clothing from
9:00am to 11:00am, and Saturdays from 9:00am to 11:00am
are the ONLY days and times we can receive clothing. As always, thank you for your donations and cooperation. Barbara
McGeachen 609-448-8399
Social Justice Committee - Our committee's mission is to work
to support the rights of the most vulnerable in our society. All
are welcome. For information call Leigh or Lenore Isleib 609448-6470.
Lost and Found
We have eyeglasses, eyeglass cases and gloves that were
left behind in the church. If yours are
missing, please come to the church
office to look in the lost and found.
From the Parish Accountant
Requests for IRS tax letters for your 2014 giving should
be submitted via email to [email protected]
or sent in writing to the parish office. We will expedite
your requests and get the letters out to you within a day
or two of your request, however, not before January 15,
2015. Thanks for your cooperation.
Spiritual Direction- If you are looking for a deeper relationship
with God, or perhaps ‘just want to pray better’ perhaps spiritual direction would help. For more info or to give it a try, contact
Mary Naylor 609-426-6144 or Sandra Lopez 609 506 1010
by appointment.
Father Michael Brizio IMC will be helping us on the last Thursday of each month for confession or counsel in the Church
from 7pm to 8:30pm. Call the church office for holiday schedule.
GED / ESL – Victor Fernandez 609-468-0304
For a complete listing of ministries and groups, please visit our
website or call the church office.
If small children need to visit the restroom or water fountain
during mass, they must be accompanied by an adult. Thank
you for your cooperation!
Youth Ministry News
Life Teen and Edge will not Meet Sunday
January 11th
Entering into the New Year is often when
we get excited about hitting that Reset
Button in certain areas of our lives so we
can do better, improve ourselves, and be
Christ to those who need it most. Another
chapter of our lives to a new beginning to
this New Year 2015!
Discernment Retreat: With the Religious Teachers Filippini
Single women ages 17 – 33
Location: St. Joseph by the Sea Retreat House, 400 Route 35
North - South Mantoloking, NJ 08738 Join the Filippini Sisters
For a weekend Discernment Retreat
Affordable Care Act Enrollment at St. Anthony’s
Join us to learn your options for quality health coverage.
Avoid the fine...Open enrollment ends
February 15
When: January 11, 10am to 2pm
Where: St. Anthony’s gymnasium
What you need:
1.Income information: W-2 or pay stub
2. Social Security numbers for everyone who will be
on the plan
3. Information about your current health insurance,
including policy number
Call David Abalos, 609 371 2435 or Megan Daily,
Mercer County Organizer Enroll
America 609 533 1871
Spend some time with the Lord on the Jersey
Friday, January 16 (7PM) thru Sunday, January
18 (11AM) 2015 Contact: Sister Shirlee 917-349-7935
or email [email protected]
Thursday, January 22 – Washington DC
Students are free— adults $10.00
Leaves St. Anthony’s 7:15am - arrives 10:30 pm
Sign up with Rob Walsh
609-509-1718 or [email protected]
Sponsored by St. Anthony’s K of C
Where: St. Robert Bellarmine Church Freehold, NJ
Time: Registration at 10am | Closing Mass at 4:30pm
Cost: $10 per person For more info contact Rudy Gomez:
609.406.7740 or at [email protected]
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BAUTISMO DEL SENOR (Marcos 1:7-11)
Juan Bautista apunta al que es “más fuerte”. La fuerza o poder mesiánico se expresa como bautizar con Espíritu Santo,
distinto a bautizar con aguan para el perdón de los pecados.
Quien lo administre tendrá una autoridad con la de Dios,
por una parte. Por otra, ese bautismo tiene una virtud mayor
a la de perdonar los pecados.
El bautismo consiste en un baño ritual público, en el que la
persona confiesa sus pecados y re-presenta morir. (Ahogada)
para liberarse de ellos, para luego re-vivir o recuperar una
vida purificada y adentrarse en la tierra nueva. El trasfondo
bíblico le viene del paso del Mar Rojo y del Gorda, y del diluvio. El bautismo, Juan lo entendía como inútil si no
“producía frutos de conversión”.
El bautismo de Jesús cabe entenderlo en ese trasfondo. Al ir
desde Nazaret hasta Judea, Jesús se suma a la renovación del
pueblo promovida por el profeta Juan. Pero algo peculiar
aconteció, según nos cuenta San Marcos: Jesús experimenta
una visión y escucha unas palabras que le cambian el rumbo
de su vida.
La rasgadura de los cielos implica violencia, no algo
“ordenado” o algo acostumbrado. Dios está por actuar con
todo su poder. El Espíritu que baja va a re-ordenar las cosas,
o liberarlas del caos. El Espíritu es invisible, de allí que Jesús
lo vea “como paloma bajando hasta….” Se trata de una experiencia espiritual que sella el carácter mesiánico de Jesús
como “bautizador” con Espíritu Santo; es “el más fuerte”,
porque Dios pone en él su fuerza para vencer todo desorden
diabólico y divisor.
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OFICINA DE EDUCACION RELIGIOSA: La oficina está buscando
voluntarios bilingües para el día lunes, Y miércoles, Catequistas,
ayudantes de catequistas, monitores en el pasillo. Si está interesado por favor comunicarse con la Sra. Aileen O’Brien ext. 21. o
Ximena ext. 29
Aileen O’Brien, Directora de Educación Religiosa.
PROBLEMAS CON ALCOHOL: Si tiene problemas con el alcohol
y necesita ayuda, por favor comunicarse con el Sr. Alberto Billini al 908 670 3630.
PARA LAS PERSONAS INTERESADAS, en rentar el gimnasio para
cualquier evento como bodas, bautizos, quincenos, primeras
comuniones, etc. Ponerse en contacto con Sheila Conway al 609
448 0141 ext. 25
La misión del Grupo Pro-Vida de San Antonio de Padua es proteger y defender el derecho más fundamental de la humanidad,
el derecho a la vida de cada ser humano desde su concepción
has la muerte natural.
El grupo Pro-Vida de San Antonio de Padua colabora directamente con Birthright, una organización que ayuda a mujeres a
no abortar a sus bebes. Les provee con apoyo moral y material
durante su embarazo, educación y al momento de nacimiento de
sus bebes, se les provee con cosas básicas para sus bebes.
Esto no se puede hacer sin la ayuda de nuestras comunidades. Se
necesita además de su contante oración para que esta obra del
demonio sea destruida, lo siguiente:
Jabón para bebe
Shampoo para bebe
Panales desechables
Ropita nueva para recién nacidos
Hay una canasta en el vestíbulo de la iglesia donde puede depositar estos artículos.
Esta canasta ha estado muy vacía últimamente. Necesitamos su
ayuda constante.
El domingo 18 de Enero el grupo del Coro & Armada blanca
estarán a cargo de la venta de comida después de misa en el
CONFESIONES Y CONSEJERIA: El padre Michael Brizzio,
ofrecerá los servicios de confesión y consejería el último
jueves de cada mes de 7:00 a 8:30 pm.
ADORACION AL SANTISIMO SACRAMENTO: El primer viernes de 9:30 am a 7:00 pm en la capilla de la Iglesia.
precedida por el padre Toni, invite a sus amigos a los familiares que asistan a la Eucaristía.
Durante la misa, los niños pequeños deberán estar acompañados por un adulto cuando vayan al baño, o a la fuente
de agua. Gracias por su cooperación.
Pastor: Rev. Patrick J. McDonnell: 609 448 0141 ext 18
Sacerdote de la misa los lunes: Fr. Toni Ramos
Enlace entre la comunidad Latina y el Pastor: Ximena
Bustamante 609 448 0141 ext. 29
Confesiones al mediodía los domingos: Fr. Pat
Bautizos e Intensiones: Judith Cortez 609 336 7249.
Matrimonios: Padre Miguel Valle 609 924 1743 ext. 119
[email protected]
Ensayos para Matrimonios Carlos Gavilanes 609 558 1079
Grupo Juvenil: Liz Guzhnay 609 448 0141 ext. 12
Quinceanos: Dinora García 609 802 9783
Grupo de Oración: Patricia Sanabria 609 529 6638
Grupo Mariano: Milton Pinos 908 770 0893
RICA (Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para Adultos) Carmen
Franco 609 655 2878 José Luis Varela 609 977 6558
Servidores del Altar: Jesús Abalos 609 448 7651
Ministerio de Música: Nelson Rivera 609 443 9683
Departamento de Matrimonio y Vida Familiar: Freddy y
Gloria Enríquez 609 937 8026
Servicios sociales para la comunidad Latina: David Abalos
609 371 2435
GED / ESL – Victor Fernandez 609 468 0304
Dirección Espiritual para mujeres una vez al mes: Sandra
López 609 506 1010
Richard Zimmer, Manager, N.J. Lic. No. 4589
J. Brent Barlow, N.J. Lic. No. 2826
Barlow and Zimmer
Neighbor Helping Neighbor
Parish Member
Christine A. Thompson, N.J. Lic. No. 3625
Buying & Selling Coins & Paper Money • Gold & Silver Bullion
Tuesday-Friday 10am to 5pm • Saturday 10am-2pm • Sunday & Monday Appts. Only
609-395-5533 • WWW.BRENNANLAW.ORG
[email protected] •
4343 South Broad Street • Hamilton, NJ 08620
202 Stockton Street
Joseph Caruso, DDS
208 South Main Street
Hightstown, NJ 08520
(609) 448-0243
Office Hours by Appointment
Mold Remediation
100 Canal Pointe Blvd., Ste. 120
Princeton, NJ 08540
441 US Hwy. 130 North
East Windsor, NJ 08520
1274 So. River Rd.
Cranbury, NJ 08512
Compassionate Representation of the Injured
Personal Injury • Worker Compensation
Wills / Power of Attorney / Estates
Parishioner 609-426-8755
A.L. Duryee & Son
• Monuments & Markers
• Bronze Plates
• Stone Lettering
Fax: 609-448-3369
David J. Kosek, CPA
Accessible via NJTransit Bus No. 603
[email protected]
134 Franklin Corner Rd.
Suite 107
NJ 08648
Care Medicine
Cell: 609-529-8107
Adult & Geriatric
Office: 609-987-8889 Daniel L. Cimafranca, M.D.
10% OFF
15% OFF
Located at:
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Structural Repairs
Immigration • Wills & Estates
Jody Siano
131 South Main Street, Hightstown • 609-448-8220
Most Major Insurances
Accepting New Patients.
An Intelligent Approach to Pest Control
General Household Pest Control - Bees, Carpenter Ants
Small Animal & Bird Control • Termite Baiting
Moles, Voles, Mice & Rat Removal
Tom Garvey, Member of Parish
Licensed & Insured
Promotional Products • Screen Printing
Embroidery • Awards • Signs
...All Under One Roof!!!
177 Mercer St., Hightstown, NJ
Tailoring Unlimited
The Custom Tailor For Men & Women
Formalwear Sales & Rental
Leather Restyling & Alterations
Communion Suits & Dress Alterations
208 N. Main St., Hightstown • 609-443-6886
24 Hour
E-mail: [email protected]
Se Habla Español
609-371-HVAC (4822)
Free Estimates on Heating & Air Conditioning Installations
New....Air Duct Cleaning Service
(reg. $109)
568 St. Anthony of Padua, Hightstown, NJ (b) S
with coupon
on Air Ducts
with coupon
John Patrick Publishing Co., Inc. 1-800-333-3166 •