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nspired by God’s word, we are a community of Christians who,
through meaningful prayer and sacramental life, seek to love one another as Christ loves us
and to fulfill this love through acceptance of and service to all people.
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February 8, 2015
t. Mary
of the
Lakes
Parish Website
40 Jackson Road - Medford, New Jersey 08055 - (609) 654-8208
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday - Friday: 7:15 AM & 9:00 AM
Saturday: 9:00 AM (Eucharistic Service) & 5:30 PM
Sunday (Church): 7:30, 9:00 & 11:00 AM, 12:30 & 6:00 PM.
Sunday (Parish Education Center Auditorium - Sept. - May): 10:00 AM
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: Confessions are heard on Friday
mornings after the 9:00am Mass and on Saturdays from 4:30-5:00pm.
You are also welcome to call the parish office to make an appointment
for a different time.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK: Please call the Parish Office anytime.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: Baptisms are held two Sundays per
month at 2:00 PM and at the 12:30 PM Mass on the third Sunday of
every month. Parents need to attend a Baptism Preparation Session
prior to their child’s Baptism. Sponsors are encouraged to attend.
Please call the parish office as early as possible to make the necessary
arrangements. 654-8208 x 110
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY: Congratulations to our engaged
couples. Please call 609-654-8208 x117 to make arrangements for your
wedding. We suggest that you call about a year in advance.
RCIA – Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults: If you would like more
information on becoming a Catholic Christian or if you were Baptized
Catholic but never received Eucharist and/or Confirmation please call
609-654-8208 ext.113. We assure you that there are no tests to pass
or fail…there is only faith to give and share.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION - every Thursday beginning after 9:00 AM
Mass and concluding with Benediction at 7:00 PM.
MINISTERIAL VISITS: The sacraments are available to anyone
confined to home or institution. Please contact the rectory if you know
of anyone who is unable to get to Church.
PARISH REGISTRATION FOR RESIDENTS OF MEDFORD/MEDFORD LAKES: Please call the Parish Office at 654-8208 ext. 110 to
make an appointment for registration. We look forward to personally
welcoming you to our parish community.
School Website
OUR COMMUNITY IS SERVED BY:
Msgr. James H. Dubell, Pastor
Rev. Leandro (Lines) Dela Cruz, Parochial Vicar
Msgr. Vince Gartland, Weekend Assistant
Deacon Joseph Tedeschi
Deacon Ken Motylinski
Deacon Sean McMahon
Deacon Timothy R. Collins
Ms. Susan B. Kraemer, Business Administrator
Mrs. Christine Brandt, Pastoral Associate
Mrs. Jean E. Hoover, Principal
Mrs. MaryPat Scordato, Director of Religious Ed.
Sr. Regina McCalla, SSJ, Liturgy/Music Coordinator
Mrs. Linda Xerri, Parish Youth Minister
Mr. William P. Kiernan and Mr. Michael Maher, Parish Trustees
STREET & TELEPHONE NUMBERS:
Parish Offices
40 Jackson Rd
Parish Health Ministry
Extension 610
St. Mary of the Lakes School 196 Route #70
Religious Ed. Office
196 Route #70
Parish Youth Minister x311 196 Route #70
St. Vincent de Paul
Jones Road
654-8208
654-8208
654-2546
654-2546
654-2546
953-0021
OFFICE HOURS:
Sunday: 8:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Closed 1:00 - 2:00 PM)
Monday - Thursday: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (Sept. - June)
Saturday: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
ST. MARY THE LAKES’ ON-LINE:
Web Site Address: http://www.smlparish.org
E-mail address: [email protected]
Facebook: www.facebook.com/smlparish
School website: http://www.smlschool.org
Knights of Columbus: http://www.Medfordknights.org
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday February 9
7:15 AM Francesca Russo – The DiStasi Family
9:00 AM Daniel Akouka – His Family
Tuesday February 10
8:00 AM Anne M. Guilfoyle – SML Clergy, Religious &
Parish Staff
Charlotte Gaulin – The Lewis Children
Wednesday February 11
7:15 AM Glenn H. Madison – The Brandt Family
9:00 AM Genevieve Bauer – Bill & Paula Askin
Thursday February 12
7:15 AM Jack Byrne – The McLoughlin Family
9:00 AM Warren Murray – His Wife, Kay
Friday
February 13
7:15 AM Elizabeth Furman – Leslie & Dave Brown
9:00 AM Eleanor Ullyot – Her Family
Saturday February 14
9:00 AM Eucharistic Service
5:30 PM Lillian DiStasi – Her Family
John Reilly – The Rives Family
Sunday February 15
7:30 AM For our Parishioners
9:00 AM Angelo Penza – His Wife, Linda
11:00 AM Walter Ferris – Dar MacDonald
12:30 PM John Piontkowski – His Wife & Son
6:00 PM Jennie Christinzio – The Cerulli Family
School
10:00 AM Joan Marie Miles – Vince & Marlene Rogliano
Stewardship
January 31/February 1: $25,802.00 *
Last Year:
$28,508.00 *
January Parish Giving: $13,505.00
* These figures do not include Parish (electronic) Giving.
Those figures are posted monthly .
Thank you for your support for our parish.
February 15, 2015
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
First Reading:
Responsorial:
2nd Reading:
Gospel:
Lev 13:1-2, 44-46
Ps 32:1-2, 5, 11
1 Cor 10:31-11:1
Mark 1:40-45
Baptisms
welcome Oluwatofarati Iyanuoluwa
Ebenezer James who was baptized this week.
We
To arrange a baptism, or to register for a Baptismal
Preparation Session (our next one will be held on
Saturday, February 14, 2015 at 10:00 AM in the
Emmaus Center) please call Nancy at the Parish
Office: 609-654-8208 x 110.
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK
Prayer requests over a year old are in the “Long
Term Prayer Requests” category. While these
names are no longer individually published, please
be assured that they are prayed for daily at Mass.
Long Term Prayer Requests and Danny Hill, Joseph
Aromando, Ann Healy, Kathie Belonger, Frank
DelRossi, Pamela Harley, Jean Harley, Sr. Bess,
Sally DiBella, Louis Cancelliere, Mick Seroka,
Barbara Dunn, Rick Clark, Jim Santarpio, Geraldine
Friebel, Paul Block, Brianna Mickinak, Jean
Kaczmarczyk, Louise Billich, John Fries, Roberto
Figueroa, Michael May, Ron Lyczak, Kimberly
Shifflett, Paula Askin, Ted Arnold, Larry Colella,
Kayley Berezney, Anne Flinn, Terry Simpkins, Ron
Sabo, Maureen Layman, Diana Hogan, Pat Hertz,
Bishop David O’Connell, Alyson Long, Margaret
Lane, Valerie Wall, Jeffrey Richardson, Joe Wills,
Sue Carpenter, Elizabeth Murphy
PFC Christan Jones; Daniel Grosso,
USN; Lt. William G. Hock; SPC
Derek Riker; 1st Lt. Thomas A.
Mulligan, USA; Matthew Guilfoy, USN; Airman Taylor
McCreight-Calhoun, USAF; C3C Kyle Brandt, USAF;
1st Lieutenant Matthew Sturgis, USA; Pfc Nicholas
Graham; 2nd Lt. Erin Rademaker, USA; 2nd Lt.
Katherine Collins, USA; Ensign Jeremy Griffin, USN;
Pvt. Nicholas Lawrence, USA; GM3 David Lewis,
USN
Thank you for your service to our country.
Please pray for the soul(s) of:
Michael Cataline
Please keep his family in your prayers.
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What is our story?
Growing in God
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Meditation: Who do you take your troubles to?
Jesus' disciples freely brought their troubles to
Him because they found Him ready and able to
deal with any difficulty, affliction, or sickness
which they encountered. When Simon brought
Jesus to his home, his mother-in-law was
instantly healed because Jesus heard Simon's
prayer.
Do you allow Jesus to be the Lord and Healer in
your life, family, and community? Approach Him
with expectant faith. God's healing power
restores us not only to health but to active
service and care of others. There is no trouble
He does not want to help us with and there is no
bondage He can't set us free from. Do you take
your troubles to Him with expectant faith that He
will help you?
Jerome, a 3rd century church father, applies the
lesson of the healing of Simon's mother-in-law
to us: "Can you imagine Jesus standing before
your bed and you continue sleeping? It is
absurd that you would remain in bed in his
presence. Where is Jesus? He is already here
offering himself to us. ….Therefore, let us ask
the Lord to grasp our hand. 'And at once,' he
says, 'the fever left her.' Immediately as her
hand is grasped, the fever flees."
Prayer: Lord Jesus Christ, You have all power
to heal and to deliver. There is no trouble nor
bondage You cannot overcome. Set me free to
serve You joyfully and to love and serve others
with a generous heart. May nothing hinder me
from giving myself wholly to You and to Your
service.
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"In a time when it's considered taboo to be a
Catholic and so many are either not practicing
their faith, ashamed to speak up for what we
believe or even embarrassed to admit they are
Catholics, this book gives us our righteous pride
in our faith that Christ, Himself gave us and the
rich history that many great saints, who have
gone before us have passed down to us. It is
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means to be a Catholic and what our faith truly
stands for and become fully engaged. For if we
understand what we believe, we need to set this
world on fire and it begins now, with reading this
book." - Rediscovering Catholicism
The weekend of Feb. 14 & 15, Msgr. Dubell
invites each family to recapture the story of our
faith and the passion to live it by reading
Rediscover Catholicism by Matthew Kelly.
The books will be located on tables at the exits
of the church. We ask that families take only
one copy to share so there are enough for
everyone. Enjoy!
St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry Needs
In the Gospel today, we find that Jesus would
rise very early before dawn and go to a deserted
place to pray and then He went out to preach
and to heal. Please keep those in need in your
prayers and please take a bag that will be
distributed today, fill it with some of the items
listed below, and bring it to Mass next weekend.
Your donations will help stock our food pantry.
The food pantry is in special need of: breakfast
cereals, jelly, canned fruit, tuna fish, meals in a
can (e.g., SpaghettiOs), and macaroni and
cheese.
Is there a family you know who needs
assistance? Please call the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul (609-953-0021) so that together
we can bring the love and peace of Jesus to
those who live in fear and doubt, loneliness, and
dread.
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Tombola Baskets Pre-Ticket Sale!
St. Mary of the Lakes School PTA will host its
32nd Annual Fashion Show on Thursday, March
19th, at The Merion in Cinnaminson, NJ.
Complete the form below and return it to SMLS
PTA to get your tickets prior to the show.
Deadline is February 20th!
*Pre-Sale Specials*
6 sheets for $40
19 sheets for $100
Tombola Tickets at the Fashion Show
1 sheet $10
5 sheets $40
15 sheets $100
Celebrating 60 Years
1954-2014
Coffee with the Principal
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at 9:30 AM
Or
Thursday February 12, 2015 7:00 PM
For parents considering St. Mary of the Lakes
School, come and meet our principal for an
informal discussion/Q&A session.
New Registration Begins
2015-2016 school year
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Preschool Options
**If you pre-order $100, or more, in Tombola
Tickets, you will receive one free sheet of
tickets! **
We offer 3, 4 or 5 day a week
morning or full day options for preschool!
Name:
___________________________________
Before and After Care available.
Phone:_____________________________
Please reserve for me: _____ Tombola sheets
Total Enclosed
$_________
**Forms and checks made out to SMLS PTA
should be sent to the Tombola Committee at St.
Mary of the Lakes School, 196 Route 70,
Medford, NJ 08055 and must be returned by
February 20th **
You can pick up your tickets at the Parish Office
on or after March 2nd. If you have any
questions, please contact Jill Johnston at 609937-0031 or at: [email protected]
Please Note: St. Mary of the Lakes School is
not responsible for any lost, stolen or forgotten
tickets the night of the show. Lost, stolen or
forgotten tickets WILL NOT be replaced.
For more information visit our website:
www.smlschool.org or call us at
609-654-2546.
St. Mary of the Lakes School wins
$1000 from Campbell's Labels!
Thanks to your label collection efforts, our
school won $1000 from Campbell's! SML
School was one of 100 schools nationwide to
win the Campbell's Grand Stand contest. Each
label collected gave us one entry to win, and we
won! Thank you for your clipping efforts and
PLEASE keep those labels and box tops
coming!
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News from Y.E.S.
Once again our Y.E.S. Ministry will present the
Living Stations of the Cross on March 6th at 7:30
pm. All students in grades 6, 7 & 8 who are
interested in participating should email
[email protected] Rehearsals will be held
on Tuesday Feb 24th, Wed Feb 25th, Tues Mar
3rd & Wed March 4th from 7:15-8:15 pm in the
Chapel at SML School. If you would like a
character part, you must be available for all
rehearsals.
The Bear’s Den
The Bear's Den has begun its 15th
year here at St. Mary of the Lakes.
We would like to thank all those who
help us have our meetings. We wish
them a Happy and Healthy New Year as we all
begin our New Year.
Our meeting will be on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015,
just in time for Valentine’s Day and right after
Ground Hog Day. Hope Spring is here soon. We
will be doing an arts and craft with a new
member of our volunteers, so it will be a grand
evening. The meeting will of course be in the
Emmaus Center from 7 until 9 P.M. I do hope to
see all our friends there this month. Call Pat, if
you would like to join us, at 609/ 654 - 0157.
Happy Valentines Day! Keep warm.
The Bear’s Den is looking for people who
would like to share their talents with them.
Do you have a special talent or hobby that
you can share? It can be something as
simple as telling stories and singing songs,
or something hands on like a craft, learning
a new hobby, or anything else that brings
you joy. Whatever your talent is, please
share it with us.
For more information,
please call Pat at 609-654-0157.
Thank you!
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
The parish Ministry of Consolation will be
conducting a bereavement support group to
help anyone with the loss of a loved one. The
support group will cover a wide range of grief
concerns focusing on the journey from grief to
healing. The support group will meet every
Tuesday morning beginning on Tuesday, Feb
10th, at 10:00 AM, for 7 weeks. We will meet in
the Parish Meeting Room (in the back of the
school).
All of the volunteer support group facilitators
have been trained and certified by the National
Catholic Ministry to the Bereaved. The Parish
Meeting Room offers privacy, and all meetings
will be conducted in the strictest confidence.
There is no fee or requirements for this group. If
you are hurting no matter how long ago your
loss occurred, come let Jesus heal your troubled
heart.
If you are interested in attending these support
group sessions please contact Deacon Sean at
609-654-8208, ext.512
Wanted:
Last year’s Palms
We invite you to bring in last year’s palms.
They will be burned and the ashes will be used
on Ash Wednesday. Please place your palms
in the baskets that will be at the doors of the
church.
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18th Annual Catholic Men for
Jesus Christ Men’s Conference
Saturday, February 28th
St. Gregory the Great in Hamilton, NJ.
The theme of this year’s
conference is
“Dare to Be a Disciple.”
The day runs from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm (doors
open at 8:00 am for bagels and coffee) and will
feature Holy Mass and inspiring talks by: Jose
Romero, Catholic author, radio host, and
evangelist; Mike Piazza, former Major League
Baseball All-Star catcher; and a blockbuster
speaker, who cannot be announced in advance,
but is someone you will not want to miss! There
will also be Catholic vendors, and the
opportunity to interact with other men who are
looking to grow in their Catholic faith. A youth
breakout session will also be offered for young
men from 8th grade to college age.
Cost is $25 per person in advance ($30 at the
door); $10 for students. Breakfast and lunch will
be provided. For more information or to register
online go to www.catholicmenforjesuschrist.org.
To register by mail, send the name(s) of each
person registering, your check, and a selfaddressed stamped envelope to:
Catholic Men for Jesus Christ
PO Box 816
Morrisville, PA 19067
Paul VI High School presents
Thoroughly Modern Millie.
Please join us for our stellar production of
this Broadway classic in our newly
renovated theater. Evening performances
will be held at Paul VI on February 20th,
21st, 27th, and 28th at 7:30 p.m.; Matinee is
at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 22nd.
Tickets are $12 each for general
admission, and may be purchased at the
door, or can be reserved by visiting our
website at www.pvihs.org to download a
ticket order form or by emailing Nicole
Estrella at [email protected]
The St. Mary of the Lakes Knights of Columbus
Council 6520 would like to thank the people of
Medford and the surrounding area for their
generous contributions to our 22nd annual
Hunger Harvest this past October. The 6,500
lbs. food collected helped the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul provide Thanksgiving and
Christmas dinners to families in need, and to
restock the food pantry. Thank you also to
Acme, ShopRite, and Murphy’s, who again
permitted us to collect donations at their stores,
and to Linda Xerri and the youth group for their
help. Vivat Jesus!
Prophecies, Apparitions and our
Encounters with God
Thursday, February 12th
St. Joan of Arc, Marlton – in Pedata Hall
Claims of prophecies and apparitions have been
part of our Church’s history since the beginning.
Some encounters, such as at Guadalupe, have
changed the course of history, while others are
meant to be personal. While encounters with
God are not rare, misinterpretation and fraud
are not rare either. How can we tell the
difference? How does the Church investigate
claims of predictions or miracles? What about
the rapture, Malachy’s prophecies, and
predictions of a chastisement? Is our Blessed
Mother speaking to us and what does she have
to say? Join us at St. Joan of Arc on Thursday,
February 12th as we explore the answers to
these questions.
Our presenter will be Mrs.
Effie Murphy, MA.
Mass Change for this Week
Please note, we will only have one Mass on
Tuesday, February 10th , at 8:00 AM.
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2015 – Year of Consecrated Life
In honor of the Year of Consecrated Life, we will
try to present a short biography each month of
a religious sister or brother whose feast day falls
during that month. This month’s saint will be
Josephine Bakhita of the Sudan.
Spiritual Adoption
Program
Fifth Month
Your Spiritually adopted baby is
already well-formed internally and externally. All
major developments have taken place. She
only needs time to gain weight and grow
strong. Pray that the Lord of life fills her
mother’s heart with love to provide the time for
her baby to grow. Please pray daily the words
of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen:
n
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love You very
much. I beg You to spare the life of the unborn
child that I have spiritually adopted who may be
in
danger
of
abortion.
Amen.
Saint Josephine Bakhita
Feast day February 8
St. Josephine Bakhita was born in the Sudan.
At the age of 7 she was kidnapped and sold into
the slave market of the Sudan. Her “owners”
called her Bakhita, which means fortunate. She
was sold several times, brutally beaten and
tortured. When Bakhita was 15 she was sold to
an Italian family and eventually moved with
them to Italy. It was in Italy – through the
Canossian sisters – that Bakhita first learned
about Christ. In 1890 she was baptized, and
confirmed, taking the name of Josephine.
When the family decided to return to the Sudan,
Josephine refused to go with them. With the
help of the Canossian sisters and the local
bishop Josephine gained her freedom.
She
chose to stay in Italy and eventually become a
Canossian sister.
Sister Josephine was esteemed for her
goodness and for the way she cared for all who
were in need.
She was a true witness of the
love of God. She once said, "Be good, love the
Lord, pray for those who do not know Him. What
a great grace it is to know God!"
St. Josephine Bakhita was canonized in 2000.
Her feast day has been designated as the
International Day of Prayer to Stop Human
Trafficking.
Legion of Mary
The Legion of Mary has a travelling statue of
the Blessed Mother available to visit your home
for a week or two. She will be delivered directly
to you. If you are homebound and would like a
visit from a parishioner and/or someone to pray
the Rosary with you, this can be arranged as
well. Please contact Stella Denn at 609-9533335.
Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes
~ February 11
The feast of Our Lady of Lourdes is also the
World Day of the Sick. Let us keep the sick
and suffering, and all who care for them, in our
prayers.
When we touch the sick and needy, we touch
the suffering body of Christ. – Mother Teresa
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Liturgical Ministry Schedule for February 13 & 14
If you are scheduled for a date that you cannot serve, please
ask another Liturgical Minister to substitute for you.
Altar Servers
Extraordinary Minister
of Holy Communion
Sacristan – S
Leader/Reader
L – leader
R – reader
5:30 PM
Ryan Conroy
Nathan Coulibaly
Melanie Hasson
Pat Briere – S
Pat Douglas
Evelyn Long
Renee Luchtman
Marianne Perkins
Marta Rives
Beverlee Duffy – L
Kathleen Hellberg – R
7:30 AM
Julia & Anna
Rubright
Need 1
Charlie Kojeski – S
Joan Harley
Jean Kaczmarczyk
Pat Kiernan
Need 2
Leader Needed
Joseph Pasquarello – R
9:00 AM
Micheline Denn
Megan Schaal
Zachary Welsey
Kay Murray – S
Bonnie Corrigan
Anne Marie Finan
Stella Denn
James Costello
Marylynn Skahan
Bernadette Rowan – L
Winnie Lemyre - R
Nicholas Tamburro
Gabriella Mongrandi
John Vasturia – S
John Magee
Need 1
Kristi Heatter – L
Maxwell Heatter – R
11:00
AM
Alex Benstead
Noah Malgier
Addison Malady
Sacristan Needed
Marta DeGisi
Kathy Doyle
Harriet Riley
Olivia & Joel Wheaton
Kathleen White – L
John Nevins – R
12:30
PM
Need 3
Crystal DeMedio – L
Anne Roettger - R
6:00 PM
Need 3
Philip Mitcheli – S
Joan Irwin
Giovanna Pilch
Need 3
Rosemarie Lyczak – S
Need 5
10:00
AM
school
Greeters: Four-Six needed at every Mass
5:30 PM
7:30 AM
11:00 AM Nadine Haines
12:30 PM
Frank Zura – L
Michelle Motylinski – R
Ushers
Michael Eden
Earl Ferguson
James Gillern
Ron Johnson
Charles Roskey
Larry Sechleer
Need 2
Joseph Glowacki
Timothy Marzano
John McCann
Harvey Pitts
Paul Riley
Richard Konzelman
Jack Sweeney
Need 1
Donna Bittle
Lawrence Colella
Michael O'Kane
Frank Rovani
Joseph Rowan
Sam Trunzo
Kevin Wall
John Fleming
Mike McClane
Robert Prior
Marek Kaminski
Richard Drayton
Sidney Benstead
Christopher Benstead
Tom Donahue
Mickey Long
James Miller
Bill Ryan
George Strickland
Tom Donohue
John Winiarczyk
Gerald Lanoza
Need 7
James Burke
Mark Chinn
Need 6
9:00 AM Anna May Naulty
6:00 PM
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Weekly Calendar
Sunday, February 8, to Sunday, February 14, 2015
Sunday, February 8
Community Sunday
After the 7:30, 9:00 &
11:00 AM Masses
Masses
YES
Church: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM,
12:30 & 6:00 PM
School: 10:00 AM
7:00 PM Emmaus Center
Monday, February 9
Masses
7:15 & 9:00 AM Church
Tuesday, February 10
There will only be one
Mass this morning
at 8:00 AM
Wednesday,
February 11
Masses
Bereavement Support Group
Glory to God Prayer Group
8:00 AM Church
10:00 AM Parish Meeting Room
7:30 PM Emmaus Center
Masses
Bible Study
Legion of Mary
RCIA
Adult Choir
7:15 & 9:00 AM Church
10:15 AM Emmaus Center
11:00 AM Conference Room
7:00 PM Conference Room
7:30 PM Church
Thursday, February 12
Masses
Eucharistic Adoration
Parent Spirituality
Children’s Choir
Benediction
Bible Study
Knights of Columbus Business
Meeting
7:15 & 9:00 AM Church
Following the 9:00 AM Mass
10:00 AM Conference Room
3:30 PM Parish Meeting Room
7:00 PM Church
7:00 PM Parish Meeting Room
7:30 PM Emmaus Center
Friday, February 13
Masses
Bear’s Den
Saturday, February 14
Communion Service
Baptism Prep
Vigil Mass
9:00 AM Church
10:00 AM Emmaus Center
5:30 PM Church
Sunday, February 15
Masses
Church: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM,
12:30 & 6:00 PM
School: 10:00 AM
7:00 PM Emmaus Center
YES
7:15 & 9:00 AM Church
7:00 PM Emmaus Center
Rosary Prayer Groups – Weekdays and Sat. after the 7:15 & 9:00 AM Mass in the church;
Mon., Tues., Wed., and Fri. at 4:15 PM in the church, as well as Monday (Scriptural Rosary) and
Tuesday evenings at 7:30 PM.
Grocery certificates can be purchased at the school and parish offices. They can also be purchased
through the blue folder during the school year.
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Fax: (609) 654-8499
[email protected]
• Additions • Remodeling
• Kitchens/Bathrooms • Custom Homes
• Insurance Damage Restoration
Euksuzian Professional Centre
133 Jackson Road, Suite E
Medford, NJ 08055
KAZMIERSKI ORTHODONTICS
856-424-6666 • www.kojeski.com
(609) 953-4300
856-596-1933
[email protected] • Lic. #13VH03155100
Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
www.dreuksuzian.com
Each office is independently owned and operated
30 Jackson Rd., Medford
Dr. Gary Edelstein, O.D.
Lic# NJ 270A00499601
200 Tuckerton Rd., Medford, NJ 08055
(856) 983-8887
[email protected]
www.medfordeyewear.com
GUTTER
CLEANING
609-586-2300
GUTTER DOCTORX
Lic. & Ins. NJ #13VH07195600
Office Hours: M 9a-6p, T 10a-8p, W 10a-1p,
Th 10a-6p, F 10a-8p Sa 10a-2p Su Closed
Medford Eyewear Center
SANDIE’S
Bath & Doggie Worx
163 Route 70, Medford
609-654-4170
10% OFF w/ad
Family Owned & Operated
MURPHY’S AT THE LAKES
666 Stokes Road
Medford
609-654-8422
MURPHY’S IN THE PINES
381 Medford Lakes Road
Tabernacle
609-268-8301
Waterproofing
Mold Remediation
Structural Repairs
15% OFF
556 St. Mary of the Lakes, Medford (3rd) Rt. NJ
1.888.799.3056
OPEN 7 DAYS
Monday-Saturday
8:00-10:00
Sundays 8:00-8:00
www.murphysmarkets.com
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John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 (www.jppc.net)
Hrs. by Appt. Eve. & Sat. Avail.
JOANN M. EUFEMIA, MD
INTERNAL MEDICINE/FAMILY PRACTICE
Olde Town Square
953-1700
105-A Atsion Road Medford
PAUL’S PAINTING
OF MEDFORD
IS NOW OFFERING
EXTERIOR PAINTING
AND WOOD REPAIR
AT CONTRACTOR PRICING
FOR 2014
Call: 609-320-9717
LIC. #13VHO0929000
Dr. Michael J. DeCosmo
Dermatology
Medford - 609-953-7109
Cherry Hill - 856-662-7883
Accepting New Patients
Kevin Anderson’s Well Drilling LLC
Water Pump Service • Well Drilling • Water Conditioning
Residential • Commercial • 24 Hours Emergency Service
Radio Dispatched Free Estimates • Fully Insured • Repairs
235 Sycamore Ave, Marlton, NJ 08053
Fax: 856-768-4343
RICK’S
AUTO BODY
“Your Collision
Specialist”
theperennialgarden.net
1347 Monmouth Rd.
Eastampton Twp.
609-267-1969
Eayrestown Rd. Rt. 73 • Franklin Ave.
Medford, NJ
Berlin, NJ
654-5551
767-6300
RICK MOLINEAUX
OWNER & PARISHIONER
Catering for any occasion • Private Parties • Birthdays • Showers • Christenings | Open 7 days for Lunch & Dinner
200 Tuckerton
T k t Road,
R d Medford
M df d | (856) 985-2721
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(Dine-in Only, NTBC; not valid w/ parties of 6 or more)
South Jersey Rowing Club
LEARN TO ROW
Try something new and exciting
High School Aged Athletes Wanted
www.southjerseyrowing.org
856-767-8757 • (800) WATER 09
TWO LOCATIONS!!
The Perennial Garden
“The Best Little Wine
Shop In Medford”
430 Stokes Road
609-654-5565
www.canalswines.com
TREE SERVICE
Tree Pruning & Removal
Bucket Truck • Stump Grinding
Free Estimates • Fully Insured
D.E.C. CONTRACTING
609-953-9794
Reading, Writing, SAT Prep, College
Application Essays, Term Papers
Grades K-12 & College Students
NJ Certified, Reasonable Rates
Georgiana Francisco, Parishioner
609-714-9660
NJ Lic. #13VH03327200
FREE
INSPECTION
Licensed & Insured
RIGHTWAY
WATERPROOFING CO.
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING SPECIALIST
856-317-1111
Traditional TangSooDo
2015 Happy New Year
SUPER SPECIAL!
1 Month UNLIMITED Training
$19.95
Safe GUARD
SERVICES, INC.
FREE UNIFORM / NO OBLIGATION
Classes for: *CHILDREN Ό4+΍
*TEENS *ADULTS ΌAM & PM΍
*FAMILIES {everyone trains together!}
PLUS
FREE WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE CLASSES
iPADS • iPODS • PC’S • MACS
15 Fostertown Road
CRACKED SCREENS
Medford, NJ 08055
TERMITE
&
PEST
CONTROL
ALL DAMAGES
{2/10 of a mile North of Kirby’s Mill;
NJ#94105-A
617 Stokes Rd. #2
Inside Big League Dreams}
Medford, NJ 08055
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(609) 257-3065
609-953-5444
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Serving PA, NJ & DE
877-401-4777
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SPECIALIZING IN BASEMENT WATERPROOFING
& MOLD REMEDIATION SINCE 1984
DRAINAGE SYSTEMS • PUMPS • COATINGS
FOUNDATION REPAIR • OUTSIDE WATER MANAGEMENT
EMERGENCY SERVICE • FREE INSPECTIONS
LICENSED & INSURED
Check out our reviews on:
www.morganbasementwaterproofing.com
Danny’s
Under the Hood LLC
ASE Certified
Auto Repairs
NJ Inspection &
Emission Repair
716 Stokes Rd.
(Shell Station)
609-654-2749
15% OFF
Carpet &
Upholstery
Cleaning
$75 OFF
Tile & Grout
Cleaning
(200 sq ft min)
20% OFF 25% OFF
Carpet
Stretching
& Repair
Air Duct &
Dryer Vent
Cleaning
CLEANING SOLUTION INC.
✔ Air Duct Cleaning (helps w/ allergies & sinus issues)
✔ Carpet Cleaning, Stretching & Repair
Licensed
✔ Tile & Grout Cleaning - Kitchen, Bath & Shower
&
Re-caulking, Re-grouting, Sealing, Tile Replace & Repair Insured
✔ Dryer Vent Cleaning (major fire hazard!)
✔ Power Washing for Decks, Walkways, Patio & Siding
SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
1.866.264.8444
MEDFORD FAMILY
DENTAL CARE, P.A.
John Kupcha, D.D.S.
Samuel J. Mutch, D.D.S.
Chris J. Kulas, D.M.D.
Thomas Boytim, D.M.D. #3967
308 Tuckerton Rd. • Medford, NJ
CHURCH MEMBER
DISCOUNT
Ironstone
Cleaners
560 Stokes Rd (behind CVS)
609-714-CARE (2273)
Seamstress on Premises
609-654-4558
5 PIECES - 20% OFF
Leather • Shoe Repair • Wedding Gowns
Wayne J. Mackin
Certified Public Accountant
Personal Financial
cial Specialist
856-334-5290
5290
750 Rt. 73 South • Suite 308B
Marlton, NJ 08053
53
www.jerseycpas.com
Long Time Parishioner Serving Individuals and Small
Business in the Medford/Marlton Area Since 1981
J.S. Braddock Agency
Insurance
Established in 1923
We Provide all Types of
Insurance to Meet Your Needs.
Home / Auto
Business Owner’s Insurance
Professional Liability
Business Auto
Workers Compensation
Residential Builders & Developers
www.chiusanohomes.com
[email protected]
750 Rt. 73 S. Suite 501, Marlton, New Jersey 08053
856-983-8080
556 St. Mary of the Lakes, Medford (I) Rt. NJ
22 N.Main St.
Medford, NJ 08055
(609)654-5800
www.braddockinsurance.com
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 (www.jppc.net)
856-234-6900
MOUNT LAUREL
H O M E F O RINC.F U N E R A L S
212 Ark Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
David J. Petaccio, Senior Director, N.J. Lic. No. 3796
Family Owned & Operated
SUSAN MOODY, CPA
Parishioner
Tax Preparation & Bookkeeping
New Business Consultations
Individuals & Businesses
609-321-0833
BURNS
HONDA
609.654.5609 • jaketiverfloors.com
Bryan Kempf
[email protected]
Jim McCormick
Vice President and General Manager ~ Parishioner
325 North Rt. 73
Bus.: (856) 983-0600
Marlton, NJ 08053
Cell: (609) 230-2451
www.BurnsHonda.com
609-953-1798
“Bring this bulletin to Burns Honda,
and we will donate $50 back to the Parish
for every parishioner vehicle purchase!”
Medford
Lic. 13VH00030300
SPRING CLEANUPS
EUROPEAN HELP HOME CARE
Caregivers by home health aids
Hardscaping & Landscaping
24/7 personal care, cooking,
Junk removal • Irrigation Turn on medication reminders, housekeeping,
laundry & companionship.
Decker’s Inc. 856-795-7087
Please leave message.
Senior Discounts
856-488-0055
MATHIS FUNERAL HOME
A Family Owned Funeral Home serving all faiths since 1957
58 N. Main Street, Medford, NJ 08055
www.mathisfuneralhome.com
Megan L. Maloney
Manager, N.J. Lic. No. 4180
N.J. Lic. No. 4312
N.J. Lic. No. 4774
Theresa M. Scott
SAT TUTOR & WRITING COACH MEDFORD VILLAGE CAR CARE CENTER, INC.
Fox & Roach REALTORS®
352 Stokes Rd., Medford, NJ 08055
SAT PREP • IMPROVE WRITING SKILLS
COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAY
Linda Ponter, Parishioner
Sales Associate, REALTOR®
O: 609-654-1888 X214 • C: 609-413-5120
[email protected][email protected]
Parishioner
(609) 654-2439
Carl J. Hasson, CFSP, PARISHIONER
Ernest G. Dobronte
A member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates, LLC
37 YRS. OF CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE.
609-744-7996 (CELL)
11 North Main Street • Medford, NJ 08055
Licensed State Inspection Center
Complete Foreign & Domestic
654-4023
Auto Service & Repairs
A.S.E. CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS • 24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE
Ken Neil
Keith D. Smith
Tom Amendola
Professional Service with Compassion and Dignity
Bradley & Stow Funeral Home
127 Medford-Mt. Holly Rd. Medford, NJ • www.BradleyStow.com
609-953-7600
David E. Stow, Mgr. N. J. Lic. No. 3404
MATH TUTORING
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE
Tony Smaldone
IRONSTONE CLEANERS
MS, Ed.D (ABD) in Math
Eng Mgr, Adjunct Professor
560 STOKES ROAD
[email protected]
856-630-9014
(Behind CVS Pharmacy)
Best Affordable
Care24/7AtLive-in
Home
(609) 654-4558
WEDDING GOWN
& PROM GOWN ALTERATIONS
DRAPERIES & COMFORTERS
SUEDE & LEATHER • SHOE REPAIR
BRING IN 5 PCS. DRY CLEANING
& RECEIVE 20% OFF
609.654.8150
parkviewcemeterynj.com
25 Fostertown Rd.
Medford, NJ 08055
Medford Medical
Supply
185 Rt. 70
Medford
Certified Caregivers, Home Health Aides
Call us at (856) 375-7659
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Comp ing
Pric le
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“Serving Local Communities for Over 125 Years”
Pre-
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Open
Purc
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Provid
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Peace
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Cemetery Plots, Mausoleum crypts & Cremation Niches Are Available
609-654-4650
South Jersey’s
Only New
Non-Denominational
Cemetery
Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.
LECHNER
FUNERAL HOME
Medford’s Oldest
Funeral Home
Since 1936
EMPATHETIC & CARING • ALSO OFFERING PRE-ARRANGEMENT COUNSELING
Richard B. Lechner
Manager/Owner
N.J. Lic. No. 3720
609-654-2298 • 24 N. MAIN STREET • MEDFORD, NJ
WWW.LECHNERFUNERALHOME.COM
556 St. Mary of the Lakes, Medford (B) Rt. NJ
Richard B. Lechner, Jr.
N.J. Lic. No. 4872
Parishioner
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 (www.jppc.net)
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