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St. Raphael - Holy Angels Parish
Hamilton, nj
---------------------------5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 8, 2015
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel
MASSES for the Week of February 8, 2015
Weekday Masses are in St. Raphael Church. Weekend Masses are
in Holy Angels Church (HA) or St. Raphael Church (SR).
Sat., Feb. 7.
4:00 pm (HA)-Vincent Angeline, r/b Doris Angeline
5:00pm- (SR)-Stephanie A. Panacek, r/b Mrazik Family
Sun., Feb. 8. FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:30 am (SR)-Linda Turpan, r/b James Oliver
8:30 am (HA-sign interpreted)-John Henry, r/b William Henry & Family
9:30 am (SR)-Members of the Rosary Altar Society
10:30 am (HA)-John Caruso, r/b Angelo Lucidi
11:30 am (SR)-Paul & Elvera Crucili, r/b Rose & John Crucili
5:00 pm (SR)-Richard J. Riley, Jr., r/b Helen Augustyn
Mon., Feb. 9. Weekday.
7:30 am-Lorrie Pae, r/b The Stewart Family
7:00 pm-Maria Maziarz, r/b Granddaughter
Tues., Feb. 10. Weekday; Memorial of Saint Scholastica, Virgin
7:30 am-Mary Ann Lyons, r/b Debbie Passerella
7:00 pm-Mary Guenther, r/b The Malloy Family
Wed., Feb. 11. Weekday. Memorial of Our Lady of Lourdes
7:30 am-Rose Costa, r/b Vince Costa
7:00 pm-Members of the Holy Name Society
Thurs., Feb. 12. Weekday.
7:30 am-Raymond H. “Spider” Raider, r/b Chet & Sandy
7:00 pm- Mary Guenther, r/b Marie Garrett
Fri., Feb. 13. Weekday.
7:30 am-Olga & Andrew Dillman, r/b Andrew W. Dillman
7:00 pm-Mary K. Guenther, r/b Betty Kadalak
Sat., Feb. 14. Memorial of Saints Cyril, Monk, and Methodius, Bishop
8:00 am (SR)-Thomas E. Bartolomei, Sr., r/b Wife
4:00 pm (HA)-Andrew & Margaret Nuva, r/b Meredith Nuva-Beczo
5:00pm- (SR)-Ann Myernick, r/b Friend, Theresa
Sun., Feb. 15. SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:30 am (SR)-People of the Parish
8:30 am (HA-sign interpreted)-Edward & Peter McGrath, r/b M/M Thomas McHale
9:30 am (SR)-Sister Rose Branca, r/b Jane Branca
10:30 am (HA)-John V. Palmisano, r/b Bob & Jody Kudrick
11:30 am (SR)-Teresa M. Gray, r/b Richard & Karen Swieconek
5:00 pm (SR)-Clare Lucidi, r/b Husband & Family
PRAY for those in MILITARY SERVICE
Army Chief Warrant Officer Michael Polyak, Iraq; Petty Officer
Ryan Bucchi, U.S.S. Carl Vinson; & Father Patrick McPartland,
USN (Chaplain Corps).
PARISH OFFICE (rectory): 3500 S. Broad St., Hamilton, N.J. 08610; 609-5857049; fax: 609-585-5876; e-mail: [email protected]; www.straphaelholyangels.com/index (including link to current week’s bulletin). HOURS (Labor
Day to July 4): Mon.– Thurs. 9am-8pm; Fri. 9am-7pm; Sat. & Sun. 9am-12 noon.
PARISH CLERGY: Rev. John O. Chang (pastor), Rev. Gene P. Daguplo
(parochial vicar), Deacon Robert Tharp, Deacon Sal Marcello, Deacon Thomas
Lavelle, Deacon Richard Arcari, Deacon Bill Palmisano, Deacon David Colter,
Deacon Gregory Costa. IN RESIDENCE: Rev. James F. McGoldrick, S.M. PASTORAL ASSOCIATE: Sr. Sandra Kulick, S.S.J. (609-270-0388). FAITH FORMATION (609-585-0542): Deacon Bill Palmisano, DRE; Midge Cassarini, Secretary. FOOD PANTRY: John Margicin (609-585-3848). MUSIC DIRECTOR: Lori
Hoos (609-462-2929). SCHOOL (609-585-7733; fax: 609-581-8436;
www.srsnj.org) (Mon.-Fri., 8am-3pm): Mrs. Ann M. Cwirko, Principal. YOUTH
MINISTRY: Gez Ford (609-456-8857). BUSINESS MANAGER: Dennis Heffernan.
CONFESSIONS: In St. Raphael Church: after daily 7:00 p.m.
Mass (except 1st Wed., 3rd Fri., holy days of obligation, vigils of
holy days, and other days as noted), and Sat. 3:45-4:40 p.m. In
Holy Angels Church: after 8:30 a.m. Sunday Mass.
WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS
According to the Common Policy of the five Latin-rite (Roman Catholic)
dioceses of New Jersey, there must be twelve months of marriage
preparation for each couple who desires to be married in the Church.
Please do not make any wedding arrangements (including reception hall) until you have met with the pastor, and he has approved the
wedding date with you.
Pray for the sick & homebound of our parish.
Richard Adam—Kris Agron—Scott Allen—Arlene Amisson—Janet
Auletta—Joseph Battiste—Larry and Rose Belviso—Christopher
Bennett—Lena Bentz—Patricia Bessel—Michael Boehm—Janet
Bonifazi—Carmela Bortz—Floria Brenna—Jill Brennan—Donna
Bruce—Robert Candelori—Frank Caprario—Georgiana Castaldo—
Carol Cerci—Alyssa Chaconis— Cartlidge Family—Helen Ciali—Ralph
Cicia—Patrick Cifelli—Gary Cole--Peter Coniglio--Lou Costa, Sr.—
Rose Crucili—Robert Cunningham—Harry Day—Ralph DiDonato—
Eileen DiLouie—Justine Doan—Louise Dolci—Bob Dunne—Jason and
John Dzbenski—Patricia Eckstein—Anthony Fabrizio—Carolyn
Faughnan—Loretta Ferri--Linda Fetterman—Marie Filidore—Bernadine
Filippi—Timothy Flodmand—Francis Foley—Doreen Forberg—Peggy
Ann Frisoli—Patricia and James Gardner—Mary Garrett—Karli
Garzillo—Lynn Goldenbaum—Helen Golinski—Joseph Gresko—Rita
Henry—David Hibbs—Anita Hips—Lois Honigman—Lori Hoos—Bill
Hutman—George and Joyce Janice—MaryAnn Kardos—Barry Kelly—
Patti Kelly—Cassidy Kmetz—Gary Klein—Bill Koba---Carole
Kossakowski—Mary Krecicki—Josie Laird—Helen Lamarca—Louie
Lastrina—Deacon Tom Lavelle—Anthony Lecato—Trent Lins—Abby
Lynch—John Margicin—Richard Martinez—Anna Maziarz—Mary
McDonald—Douglas Middleton—Edward Milerick—Anna Modica—
Michael Norton—Jean Noto—Robert O’Boyle—Christine O’Connor—
Patti O’Gorman—Stefania Peluso—Bob Penardi—Sharon Pepe—
Claire Perry—Nancy Pollack—Edward Quinn, III—Albert Rafalski—
John Ratico—Percy Renou— Chet and Ling Rhodes—Gloria Ridolfi—
Cindy Roldan—Thomas Ruble—Karen Salva—Frank Salvatore—Scott
J. Scaccetti—Debrah Scanlan—William & Theresa Scanlan—
Josephine Scaringelli—Claire Schiabone—Jane Schultz—Pauline
Sikorski—Thomas Slater—Mary Sly—Thomas Small—Gertrude and
Glen Smith—Marilyn Snider—Linda Stopsky—Evelyn Suder—Mary
Tomchik—Shana Tucker---MaryAnn Ubry—Julia Ulla—April Van
Ness—Erin Webster—Virginia Whitty—MaryJane Zimmer—
Frank Zsenak—Virginia Zuno
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR DECEASED
Paul Cianetti, Louis Abatto, Julia Makrancy,
Betty Spera, Domenick Tattoni , and Alex Wyckoff
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE
Saturday, February 14:
4:00 pm-HA:
J. Teague, K. Teague, N. Hollendonner
5:00 pm-SR:
D. Zoltanski, N. Csillan, D. Colter, J.P. Colter
Sunday, February 15:
7:30 am-SR:
J. Lawrence, T. Mizerski, S. Haas
8:30 am-HA
M. DelPo, A. Berrios, S. Berrios
9:30 am-SR:
N. Sidone, M. White, Max White, J. White
10:30am-HA:
A. Reilly, B. Reilly, L. Persichilli
11:30am-SR:
A. Osborne, Terrel Tan, T. Tan, C. Senat
5:00 pm-SR
M. Jordan, J. Torres, S. Obiukwu, A. Boddie
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Dear parishioners,
Next Sunday, February 15, will be “kickoff Sunday” for the diocese’s Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA). (From 2000 to
2013, it was called the Bishop’s Annual Appeal.) The ACA supports the pastoral activities of the Church of Trenton, which is one
of more than 3,000 local Churches (dioceses) that comprise the universal Church, the Mystical Body of Christ. I made a personal
pledge for last year’s appeal and will do so again this year. I ask that you please consider joining me in making a pledge, in whatever amount you can afford, even if it’s only five or ten dollars. Your participation will show Bishop O’Connell – the chief shepherd
of the Church of Trenton -- that you support his efforts to minister to the various needs of the people (Catholic and non-Catholic) in
the four counties of our diocese.
Last Sunday, I received an e-mail from a parishioner which said: “Dear Father Chang: Regarding your Pastor’s Message,
less trivia, fewer parentheses and a more spiritual message would be appreciated.” As I have said before, the Church does not mandate a pastor’s message in the weekly parish bulletin and therefore most parishes do not have a weekly pastor’s message in their
bulletin. The purpose of the parish bulletin is to share information with the parishioners about liturgical and non-liturgical activities
in the parish. (Some parishes have a four- or six-page bulletin. Our parish has a twelve-page bulletin, the cost of which is completely covered by the ad payments that the bulletin vendor receives from the businesses that generously advertise in our bulletin.) Some
pastors do choose to add a pastor’s message, even though it is not required. As pastor, I enjoy taking the time to write a weekly
message, because I want to share additional information with you (even though I am not required to) -- about your parish, your diocese, the universal Church, and secular matters. As you can see, I do like trivia and I also love history. If you do not like trivia or
the other contents of my weekly message, you are not required to read it. You can choose to skip page 3 and read only page 2 and
pages 4 through 10 (plus the ads on pages 11 and 12). If you are looking for a weekly spiritual message (in addition to the homily at
Mass), there are Catholic websites that will send you a weekly (or daily) spiritual message via e-mail. One such website is AmericanCatholic.org, which has various e-newsletters they can send you (for free), including “Minute Meditations” (daily) and “Saint of
the Day” (daily). The website is operated by the Province of St. John the Baptist (headquartered in Cincinnati) of the Order of Friars
Minor (O.F.M. Franciscans). That province is the publisher of St. Anthony Messenger magazine.
A parishioner asked me if we will be sending a parish bus to the papal Mass in Philadelphia in September. I explained
to them that Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., has probably received requests for blocks of tickets to the
Mass from each of his fellow diocesan bishops of the other seven Latin Catholic dioceses and the two Eastern Catholic dioceses in
Pennsylvania (3,244,000 Catholics; 25% of the total population; as of August 2013), as well as those of the bordering states of Delaware (one diocese [including nine Maryland counties]; 240,000 Catholics; 18%), New Jersey (five Latin Catholic and two Eastern
Catholic dioceses; 3,761,000 Catholics; 42%), New York (eight Latin Catholic and two Eastern Catholic dioceses, plus an Eastern
Catholic exarchate; 7,111,000 Catholics; 35%), Ohio (six Latin Catholic and three Eastern Catholic dioceses; 1,964,000 Catholics;
17%), and Maryland (one diocese [consisting of only nine of the state’s 23 counties, plus the City of Baltimore]; 485,000 Catholics;
15%), plus the Archdiocese of Washington (District of Columbia and five Maryland counties; 630,000 Catholics; 22%). The combined Catholic population of the said thirty Latin Catholic dioceses is 17.4 million (out of a total population of 60.4 million). Even
though there will be a finite number of tickets for the papal Mass, many Catholics without tickets will still attend, just like the six or
seven million Catholics who went to the recent papal Mass in Manila (in the Philippines). In the January 25 bulletin (on page 9), our
youth minister stated that our parish’s LifeTeen youth group will begin raising funds for a possible trip to the papal Mass.
Today is World Marriage Day. Sponsored by Worldwide Marriage Encounter, the day “honors husband and wife as the
foundation of the family, the basic unit of society. It salutes the beauty of their faithfulness, sacrifice and joy in daily married life.”
This Wednesday, February 11, is the optional Memorial of Our Lady of Lourdes and the 23rd annual World Day of the
Sick. Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for our sick relatives, friends, and fellow parishioners, and for us.
God bless you.
Fr. Chang
Fr. Chang
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The parish office will be closed on Monday, February 16, in observance of Presidents Day.
CONFESSIONS: The will be no confessions on Tuesday, February 17
(Mardi Gras celebration) and Wednesday, February 18 (Ash Wednesday). Please also note that confessions during Fridays of Lent will
start at approximately 8:15 pm, i.e, after the completion of the Stations
of the Cross.
MARDI GRAS
On Tuesday, February 17, the Christmas Carol Festival committee
will be hosting a Mardi Gras celebration. It will immediately follow the
7:00 pm Mass, in the All Purpose Room beneath St. Raphael Church.
Come and enjoy various desserts, music, and dancing before the start
of the Lenten season.
MASS DURING SNOWSTORMS
Our parish does not cancel Mass during a snowstorm, because the
priests’ residence (in the rectory, along with the parish office) is near
the church and a priest is able to walk through the snow to the church.
Many parishes follow the same policy. Some parishes do cancel Mass
due to snow or ice, but usually the priest’s residence in those parishes
is in a separate building that is not near the church (and therefore it
might be dangerous for the priest to attempt to drive to church). For the
same reason, it is not a sin if you miss Mass (on a Sunday or holy day
of obligation) when it is too dangerous to drive (e.g., snow or ice)--or
when you are sick (in which case your fellow parishioners would prefer
you stay home, so as to not share your germs…).
From Monday, December 1, through Sunday, April 5— Holy Communion is being distributed under only one species (the Sacred
Host) instead of both species (the Sacred Host and the Precious
Blood), because of the flu season. Under the principle of concomitance, we receive all of Jesus—Body, Blood, soul, and divinity, whole
and entire—under either species. Thus, we do not have to receive both
species at Communion.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
The monthly meeting of the Holy Name Society will be held on
Wednesday, February 11, after the 7:00 pm Mass, in the parish center. There will be light refreshments afterward.
REDISCOVER the LOVE in YOUR MARRIAGE
The Retrouvaille Marriage Program offers help for struggling marriages.
Tens of thousands of couples have successfully saved their marriages
by attending a Retrouvaille weekend and the six post sessions that follow it. Retrouvaille is not just a social gathering or series of seminars,
but rather a way to rediscover and rekindle the loving relationship in
your marriage. The next program begins on the weekend of Friday,
February 13 to Sunday, February 15, at the Family Life Center in Malvern, PA. For more information, or to register for our upcoming weekend. Visit our website at: www.HelpOurMarriage.com or call 1-800-4702230. All inquiries are kept strictly confidential.
PROMISE TO PROTECT ~ PLEDGE TO HEAL
The Diocese of Trenton is committed to the initiatives outlined in the
U.S. Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People
and to its own policies and guidelines in regard to the reporting and
investigation of sexual abuse allegations involving minors.
If you have been sexually abused as a minor by a member of the
clergy or anyone representing the Catholic Church, or if you know of
someone who was, you can report that abuse through the diocesan
ABUSE HOTLINE:1-888-296-2965 or via e-mail at
[email protected]
The Diocese of Trenton reports any allegations of sexual abuse to
the appropriate law enforcement agencies. Anyone with an allegation is
also encouraged to provide that information to local law enforcement
agencies.
BAPTISMS in January
The following children were baptized in our parish last
month:
Frederick Aquinas Proulx
ALTAR SERVER MINISTRY
The Altar Server Ministry is recruiting new altar servers (3rd grade to
12th grade). For information, please contact Fr. Gene, in the parish
office (rectory), at 609-585-7049, ext. 101.
There will not be confessions on the following day(s) in
January and February:
x Tues., Feb. 17 (Mardi Gras)
x Wed., Feb. 18 (Ash Wednesday)
Confessions: In general, confessions are usually heard after the 7:00
p.m. Mass, EXCEPT on:
x The first Wednesday (Liturgy Committee meeting)
x The third Friday (healing Mass) (Sept. - June, except Lent)
x Holy days of obligation
x The vigil Mass for holy days of obligation
x Parish solemnities (May 8, Sept. 29, Oct. 2, Dec. 9)
x Ash Wednesday and the Triduum
x Sacrament of Confirmation (in the spring; May 19, 2015)
x Priests convocation
x Major civil holidays (e.g., Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, day after Thanksgiving)
x and as otherwise noted from time to time.
SANCTUARY CANDLES
Adoration Chapel:
Intentions for the Vernon Family (living), r/b Friends
Intentions of Joan Welsh (living), r/b family
COLLECTION for February 1
1st Collection: $16,580.00
Archangel Fund: $878.00
FUNDRAISING GIFT CARDS
You can help our school
Saint Raphael School’s Scrip fundraising gift card program offers a
small percentage back to the school on cards purchased through the
program. Cards may be purchased at the parish office during regular
business hours (see page 2 of the bulletin). You can also log on to the
Scrip website at www.shopwithscrip.com for details, and to see all the
available cards. If you have any questions, please call our Scrip coordinator, Carrie Rose, 267-879-1690, or email Carrie at
[email protected]
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SCHOLARSHIPS
The Polish Arts Club of Trenton announces the availability of $1,000
scholarships to qualified high-school seniors of Polish descent, to assist in their pursuit of a college education. For details and an application, please visit our website www.trentonpolisharts.org. Applications
must be submitted by Friday, February 20, 2015.
FEBRUARY OFFERINGS from FRANCIS HOUSE of PRAYER
SILENT DIRECTED RETREAT WEEKENDS
Friday, February 13 - Sunday, February 15
7:00 pm, Friday - 1:00 pm, Sunday
Due to the frantic pace of contemporary life, it is essential for our spiritual and physical health to take time to pray. The Weekend Directed
Retreat offers you the opportunity to experience the graced rhythm of
life in which rest restores your body and God revives your soul. Liturgy, spiritual direction and optional contemplative prayer periods are
included. Please register early. Donation: $130/$50 non-refundable
deposit with registration.
PERSONAL RETREAT DAY
Wednesday, February 11 ~ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Take a day away from the busyness of your life to rest a while in the
Lord and experience God’s presence. Come to Francis House for
silence, personal prayer and optional spiritual direction. The day begins and ends with a brief prayer together. Donation: $10; $40 with
Spiritual Direction. Please bring your lunch.
LENTEN RETREAT with POPE FRANCIS
This Lent, come and spend a few hours, reflecting on the life and
teaching of Pope Francis. He has caught the imagination and interest of
both Catholics and the world community.
Our parish community is hosting this special retreat, led by Fr. Anthony Ciorra (via DVD), which will be divided into three parts, each on a
Saturday morning. Each morning we will cover two different topics and
allow time for prayer, scripture and reflection.
The dates are Saturday, February 21, Saturday, March 7, and Saturday, March 21, from 8:45 am to 11:30 am, in the All Purpose Room
below St. Raphael Church. (The APR is handicapped-accessible.)
FROM OUR DIOCESAN BISHOP
My dear parishioners:
I have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and concern I
have received from all over our Diocese, including your parish. I
have received over 10,000 cards, letters, emails, video messages, gifts and countless prayers during my hospitalization and ongoing recovery. I could not begin to respond to each one personally, as much as I wish I could. Your pastor has allowed me to
offer my heartfelt thanks in your parish bulletin. I am most grateful to you for your loving concern. The future looks good and I
hope to be back in public by Palm Sunday. My thankful prayers
are with you. God bless you.
Bishop O’Connell
To register for all programs, please call 609-877-0509 (leave your full
name and phone number) or by email: [email protected] Please
visit our website at: www.FHOP.org.
18th ANNUAL CATHOLIC MEN for JESUS CHRIST
MEN’S CONFERENCE
Join other Catholic men from across the Diocese of Trenton at the
18th Annual Catholic Men for Jesus Christ Men’s Conference on Saturday, February 28, at Saint Gregory the Great Parish, Hamilton.
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 can not be announced in advanced, 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 self-addressed stamped envelope to: Catholic Men for Jesus
Christ, P.O. Box 816, Morrisville, PA 19067.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
The next meeting will be Tuesday, March 3, from 7:30-9:00 pm, in the
Spiritual Center living room. Please use the rear door to enter the Spiritual Center.
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 meeting on Sunday, February 22, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, at St. James
Parish, Pennington. Join Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Walsh, as he shares his
experiences of the priesthood, followed by prayer and conclude with
conversation and a meal. Please register with Diocese of Trenton Vocation Office at [email protected] or by calling 609-4067449. Join us at this exciting time as you discover and respond to His
invitation.
USHERS NEEDED
Our parish is in need of two permanent ushers for the 9:30 am Sunday Mass in
St. Raphael Church. Please consider this important ministry to our parish. If you
can help, please see the lead usher at the 9:30 am Mass, James Panacek, on
Sunday.
INTENTIONS of POPE FRANCIS for February
Universal: That prisoners, especially the young, may be able to rebuild their
lives with dignity.
For Evangelization: That married people who are separated may find welcome
and support in the Christian community.
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HEALING MASS
The monthly healing Mass is not celebrated during Lent,
because we have the Stations of the Cross at 7:45 pm on
Lenten Fridays. The monthly healing Mass (SeptemberJune) will resume in April.
Jesus, Our Good Shepherd Prayer Group
Join us in praise and worship, teachings, intercessory prayer and
fellowship on Thursday evenings (after the 7pm Mass) below
St. Raphael Church in the Fr. Emmons Conference Room.
All are welcome.
Bring your Bible! Bring a friend!
OFFERINGS FROM STELLA MARIS RETREAT CENTER
981 OCEAN AVE., LONG BRANCH, NJ 07740
LENTEN PRAYER AND FAITH-SHARING GROUP
Joyce Rupp’s Open the Door: A Journey to the True Self
February 19 – March 26, 2015
Six consecutive Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 am Fee: $60
(includes book & refreshments)
Using Joyce Rupp’s book Open the Door, A Journey to the True Self,
we will explore her “rich image of the door as an invitation to growth and
awareness. Readers will discover that there is seemingly no end to the
insights that the image of the door can yield and that opening the door of
the heart reveals the vast treasure of who we are and how the sacred is
present within us.”
Guided by facilitators, the Thursday weekly sessions are conducted in a
small group format with time allotted both for group sharing and quiet prayer
on the beautiful grounds of Stella Maris. Participants are encouraged to
spend time daily in prayer and reflection, reading the book, attending the
weekly gathering, journaling and sharing the fruits of their prayer experience with others. Give yourself a gift this Lent! Join us!
Visit www.stellamarisretreatcenter.com for full program description.
To register or for more information call 732-229-0602 or
E-mail: [email protected]
RETREAT DAY for MEN and WOMEN Religious
Maris Stella Retreat Center, Harvey Cedars, NJ
Saturday, February 21 ~ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm [lunch included]
Snow date: Saturday, April 18
“Consecrated Life: The Mysticism of Encounter”
Presenter: Diane Collesano, SC
In honor of the Year of Consecrated Life this Retreat Day is a gift to all religious.
There is no cost to attend. Limited overnight accommodations are available at a
reasonable cost. Registration is required, registration is due Thursday, February
5. For more information, please contact Sr. Pat at 609-494-2917 or email: [email protected]
LENTEN WEEKLY HOLY HOUR: “An Hour with God”
Maris Stella Chapel
Holy jour will provide an opportunity for Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
and personal prayer in silence. No registration needed. For more information,
please contact Sr. Pat at 609-494-2917 or email: [email protected]
Wednesday, February 18 and Wednesday, February 25;
Wednesdays, March 4, March 11, March 18 and March 25;
Wednesday, April 1 ~ 3:30pm - 4:30pm
RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREAT WEEKEND
Friday, February 27 ~ Sunday, March 1
The Upper Room Spiritual Center, Neptune, will host a Rachel’s Vineyard Post-abortive Retreat on Friday, February 27 to Sunday, March
1. “Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem
hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive,
confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men
can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to
begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing. For additional
information, contact Judy Warenkiewicz at 732-536-6871 or email at:
[email protected]
ANNUAL DIOCESAN WITNESS for LIFE ~ Saturday, March 14
A peaceful, prayerful, pro-life witness. Includes a Mass for Life at St.
Anthony Church in Red Bank. Additional information will be available
in upcoming bulletins.
PRAY the ROSARY for LIFE
The Rosary for Life will be prayed after the 11:30 am Mass in St.
Raphael Church this Sunday, February 8. Our Parish’s Respect Life
Committee invites you to join in praying for a greater respect and
protection pf all human life from conception to natural death. All are
welcome.
Marriage: LOVE and LIFE in the DIVINE PLAN:
Parents-first evangelizers
“Not only do parents present their children for Baptism, but, having
done so, they become the first evangelizers and teachers of the faith.
They evangelize by teaching their children to pray and by praying with
them. They bring their children to Mass and teach them biblical stories. They show them how to obey God’s commandments and to live
a Christian life of holiness. ”Excerpt from the U.S. Bishops’ Pastoral
Letter entitled Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan. To read
the document, go to http://www.usccb.org/loveandlife/.
Word of Life ~ February, 2015
“It is not only a personal but a social concern which we must all foster: a concern to make unconditional respect for human life the foundation of a renewed society.”
— Pope Saint John Paul II, The Gospel of Life (Evangelium Vitae,no. 77) © 1995 Libreria Editrice Vaticana. Used with permission.
HEALING AFTER ABORTION
“Have you suffered an abortion? Experience God’s love and mercy
and begin the journey of healing.” Please call the Sisters of Life: 866575-0075 or email: [email protected]; or call Theresa
Bonopartis at Lumina: 877-586-4621 or email: [email protected]
Pregnancy Resources
First Way of Burlington County
Birthright - Freehold
Birthright - Toms River
Birthright - Red Bank
Birthright - Barnegat
- 800-848-5683
- 732-462-2888
- 732-349-0154
- 732-747-7600
- 609-660-0485
24/7 Toll Free Hotlines:
National Life Center
Good Counsel Homes (NJ/NY)
Birthright
NJ Safe Haven
- 1-800-848-LOVE
- 1-800-732-8331
- 1-800-550-4900
- 1-877-839-2339
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"Saintly Stories"
(The Good News from Saint Raphael School)
If you are interested in having your children attend Saint Raphael School, please join us
for one of our Open House events on March 26 and May 21, from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, or
contact the school at 609-585-7733 for a private tour. For additional information about
our school please visit our www.srsnj.org or our facebook page, Saint Raphael School
New Jersey.
KINDERGARTEN
TECH
Kindergarten students recently learned how to create parabolic curves, using straight lines
in Microsoft's paint program. The lesson reinforced skills such as, logging on to Windows 8
Professional Touch Screen computers, launching the start button, and searching for the
“paint program.” After logon>start>paint, which the students opened, then the teacher provided the students with the templates for drawing the curve. After connecting the dots
properly, a curvy checker flag appears. The students then used the “paint bucket” tool to
complete the project with lively colors.
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PRAYER for MARRIAGE
Heavenly Father, we thank you for your tremendous gift of the Sacrament of Marriage. Enable us to grow in our intimacy with You and with
each other. Teach us the beauty of forgiveness so we may become
more and more one in heart, mind and body. Strengthen our communication with each other, and help us become living signs of your love.
Help us to be examples of commitment. Love, and service to our families and children. Make us a sign of the unity which Jesus prays for at
the Last Supper. We open ourselves to the guidance of your Holy Spirit,
who empowers us to Love in Jesus’ name and walk in His footsteps.
Amen
FOOD PANTRY
Won’t you help us to help our neighbors by considering a donation of a
non-perishable food item each time that you come to Mass? In order to
boost the nutritional value of the food that we distribute, we are in particular need of low-salt soups and canned vegetable, water-packed fish,
low sugar cereals, fruit juice, canned fruits, dry and canned low salt
beans and natural peanut butter. Healthy snacks (nuts, granola bars,
etc.) are particularly needed. May God bless you for your generosity.
PLEASE - No Clothing
Next “Reach Out Saturday” is February 28
9:00 am - 11:00 am, Parish Center
We are always looking for new volunteers. Remember, volunteering
once does not commit you to volunteer every time, but we hope you will
enjoy it enough to return at your convenience. Upcoming volunteer
opportunities:
NURSING HOME
Tuesday, February 10, 6:15 - 8:00 pm. Our next Bingo party for the
residents of Hamilton Grove Healthcare will be our Hearts and Flowers
Bingo. Special prizes this month will be related to Valentine’s Day. Meet
on the second floor of the facility which is located on Hamilton Avenue,
near the intersection of Klockner. All are welcome, including Confirmation and other students!
Sunday, March 1, 1:00 pm. All are invited to the annual get together at
Kathy Wooley’s house (call her at 585-4307 for directions) where we
wrap presents for the March St. Patrick’s bingo at the nursing home and
finalize other party preparations. Hope you can come. As per usual, if
you work “really hard,” a light meal will be served.
TRENTON AREA SOUP KITCHEN
Wednesday, April 29, 10:00 am - 1:15 pm. Next serving commitment
at TASK. We meet in the St. Raphael parking lot for carpooling to Trenton, and return about 1:15 pm.
For more information about either activity, or if you have a suggestion for a new activity, please call Kathy Wooley at 585-4307.
FAMILY ROSARY NIGHT
The St. Raphael School PTA Spirituality Committee
would like to invite you to join us for the Family Rosary on Friday, March 6. This is an ongoing ministry
that meets on the first Friday of each month during
the school year (except for the months of January
and April). At 7:30 pm, in the All Purpose Room below the church. For more information, please contact
Lina Hollendonner at 609-499-0501 or email: [email protected]
ELDERBERRY CLUB
The next Elderberry Club monthly meeting will be held on Friday,
March 6, at 1:00 pm in the parish center. Everyone who is 55 or older
is welcome, please join us. Remember to bring items for the food
pantry. Any questions, please contact Anna Mae Kane at 609-5858007.
SOCIETY of SAINT VINCENT de PAUL
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 pray for the poor and suffering, knowing that you
are bringing his love and peach of Jesus to those who live
in fear and doubt, loneliness and dread.
For more information about the Society of St. Vincent de Paul,
and the programs that reach out to those in need, please call the
parish office (rectory) at 609-585-7049.
TRICKY TRAY
Tricky tray, Saturday, April 25, tickets are $25 per person which
includes admission, one blue sheet of tickets, door prize ticket and
survival bag. Coffee, tea & dessert complimentary. Refreshments will
be available to purchase. BYOM (bring your own munchies), BYOB
(bring your own beverage). All your favorites are back, as well as,
some exciting new surprises ~ over 300 prizes. Tickets on sale in
Saint Raphael parish center lobby, Friday, March 6, from 3:00 pm to
7:00 pm. For more information, email: [email protected] All proceeds benefit the students of Saint Raphael School.
Scandinavia and St. Petersburg
Pilgrimage Cruise
Fr. James McGoldrick, S.M., will be
hosting a 13 day cruise on the NCL Norwegian Star, Friday, September 4, to
Wednesday, September 16, 2015. Starting at $3295 per person. Cruise includes: Roundtrip air from New York, cruise taxes
($188) and Government taxes/airline fuel surcharges
($588),first-class hotel in Copenhagen with breakfast plus city
tour, NCL Baltic cruise with all meals, port taxes ($230), and
transfers between airport/hotel/pier. For full color brochure contact Brenda at 732-364-4137 [work], 732-890-0830 [cell]; email:
[email protected] or [email protected]
SRS PTA ON-GOING CAR WASH FUNDRAISER
Rte.#130 Car Wash/Express Lube (by Home Depot), Rte.#130, Hamilton. 50% of each wash goes directly to our school — over $300 last
year! Please use the Route #130 Car Wash. Codes for SRS are: 712:
$12.00, Protection Wash, and 708: $8.00, Deluxe Wash.
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YR 10,WK 25, 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Leading Teens Closer To Christ!
Valentines Day for broken hearted.
“Praise The Lord Who Heals The Broken Hearted”, says the psalmist in this week’s readings. Good news
for us, as we prepare to leave the season of Ordinary Time (only ten days to go) to get ready for the Lenten
journey. Fresh from the secular bombardment of Valentines Day, and all that goes with it, we have been
manipulated to think of the heart on a purely romantic level. And, in so doing, we tend to think of love as a
purely romantic notion. Even the word “romance” has an odd connotation. Some define it as a relationship
that involves love between two people. Others as a quality or feeling of excitement and mystery that can be
associated with love, while still others talk of romance as a state that involves heroic and chivalric actions.
Rarely do we see or hear of romance without hearing of love. Love has been heralded throughout our history as the ultimate goal for individuals and societies. That being said, it is no wonder that in many ways, everyone can identify with “the broken heart syndrome”. Only in our scriptures do we hear of love as a selfless
act. “Greater love has no man than to lay down his life for another” or the radical commandment of Christ.
“It has been said that there is no greater commandment than to love the Lord your God...and your neighbor
as yourself...but I tell you love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you!” In this week’s readings, St. Paul tells us, he “has made himself a slave to all...to save some...for the sake of the gospel”. Job
states that he is filled with restlessness and questions whether “man’s life on earth is nothing more than a
drudgery?” Jobs fidelity is based upon the promise of the Lord. In this week’s gospel, Jesus is seen curing
the sick, healing the broken hearted, preaching the good news, expelling demons and proclaiming, “for this
purpose I have come”. The Church is a community of love. It continues the person and purpose of Christ in
space and time. While it remains imperfect, it’s a incarnate state. It remains inviolable, without spot and
wrinkle for Christ the Head of this mystical body. Let us prepare for our Lenten journey and join with St.
Augustine, proclaiming that our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee O Lord and join with Mother Theresa who reminds us to give God permission. Come into my heart, Jesus, and heal me of all that is not
of you so I better do your will.
CALLED TO
SERVE ?
The Lord Is Calling
Each One of Us...Is he
calling you to help
lead teens closer to
Christ. Call Gez at 609
456 8857 right now to
find out more how you
might be of service to
God and our youth.
JFF takes place in the
gym on Thursday from
5:30-7pm
CORE MEETINGS in
the Spiritual Center on
Thurs from 7-8:30pm
Lifenights after 5pm
mass on Sundays in the
APR from 6pm-8pm
HELP A TEEN (Grow, Eat, Learn, Be Formed, Have Fun, Meet the Pope)
The will be 2 major events that we would like to start fundraising for this year. For the summer
Steubenville Retreat in New York City, August 5-7, the approximate cost for a group of 30 teens
will be $8,000. For the trip to Philadelphia on September 22-25 to see the Holy Father, the approximate cost for a day trip for a group with 30 teens is to be determined, but initial estimates
suggest between $3,000 and $6,000.
Ways you can help...
Here are some ways you can help our parish’s LifeTeen youth ministry: Financially and anonymously adopt a teen. Send in fundraising ideas to the youth minister via e-mail or phone (609-456
-8857). You can donate transportation freely for the various trips or you can offset our weekly food
bill by contacting Nadine at 609-456-8862 to discuss donations, dishes, monetary aid or culinary
skills. There are so many ways you can help us as we continue to strive to lead teens closer to
Christ. Thanks ahead of time!
For LifeTeen & Spirit &
Truth
visit [email protected]
S.R.H.A.lifeteen
or by EMAIL
CONTACT the
Youth Minister at
[email protected]
or [email protected]
or by PHONE
call GEZ on
609-456-8857
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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION SIGN-UP FORM
To become an Adorer, please call John Margicin, in the Chapel Office
(609-585-3848), or drop off the sign-up form at the Chapel.
Name:_______________________ Telephone:__________________ E-Mail: ___________________________
I am available as a: _______weekly adorer _______substitute also _______substitute only
_______Morning (6am-Noon)
_______Afternoon (Noon to 6pm)
_______Evening (6pm to midnight) _______Night (Midnight to 6am)
Circle:
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
ATTENTION: ALL ADORERS
Adorers committed to one hour per week are needed: The following hours
need immediate coverage:
REFLECTION
SUN. 12 am,2 am-3 pm, 5 pm, 7 pm; MON. 3 am; TUES. 5 pm; FRI. 7 pm,
10 pm and SAT. 8 am, 10 am
Dear Parishioners,
All choirs are now preparing for the Lenten and Easter season. We are preparing special programs, Taize ( a candle-lit service of spiritual song, prayer,
and readings around the cross) and Tenebrae (a service of darkness depicting
Christ’s passion and death) along with music for liturgies. If you are interested
in becoming a part of this ministry, please see the times and dates for rehearsals at the bottom of this page. If you have any questions, please call Lori at 609
-462-2929.
In today’s Gospel, the description of the “town” gathered outside Simon’s
door, indicates that this a small village or an out of the way place. Jesus is
going to the least of people in the least of places. As members of a music ministry, we are challenged to bring our song to people on the margins. For those
who can no longer raise their voices in song or play an instrument because of
illness or infirmity, may the song of the assembly be a source of comfort. We
pray: God, our comfort and consolation, bless us with your presence today.
Remain with us in the struggles of life and continue to strengthen us to serve.
Let our song of rejoicing go on. May our witness to the Gospel never waiver
when we face trials or suffering. Send your angels to watch over us,
God bless you,
Lori Hoos
Music for Upcoming Liturgies
Sun., February 15, 2015, 9:30 am - Choir
All other Masses (except LifeTeen) are Keyboard/Cantor.
We are concerned about your safety, especially during inclement weather (ice
and snow). The chapel will remain open, however, if you feel it is unsafe to
travel we suggest you remain in the safety of your home. The main door will
remain locked, however, it can re opened with the combination.
Mon., 2/9
Tues.,2/10
Wed., 2/11
Thu., 2/12
Fri., 2/13
Sat., 2/14
Sun. 2/15
MASS READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Gn 1:1-19; Ps 104:1-2A,5-6,10,12,24,35C; Mk 6:53-56
Gn 1:20--2:4a; Ps 8:4-9; Mk 7:1-13
Gn 2:4b-9,15-17; Ps 104:1-2a,27-28,29bc-30; Mk 7:14-23
Gn 2:18-25; Ps 128:1-5; Mk 7:24-30
Gn 3:1-8; Ps 32:1-2,5-7; Mk 7:31-37
Gn 3:9-24; Ps 90:2-4c,5-6,12-13; Mk 8:1-10
Lv 13:1-2,44-46; Ps 32:1-2,5,11; 1 Cor 10:31--11:1; Mk 1:40-45
SAINTS OF THE WEEK
Tuesday, February 10 - Saint Scholastica, Virgin: O God, to show us
where innocence leads, you made the soul of your virgin, Saint Scholastica, soar to heaven like a dove in flight. Grant through her merits and
her prayers, that we may so live in innocence as to attain to joys everlasting.
Saturday, February 14 - Saint Cyril, Monk and Methodius, Bishop:
Brothers known as the “Apostles to the Slavs”; served as the “spiritual
bridge between eastern and western tradition” (Saint John Paul II).
THIS WEEK IN ST. RAPHAEL - HOLY ANGELS PARISH
(For LifeTeen events, see page 9.)
Sun., 2/8:
Rosary for Life (second Sunday)
Mon., 2/9:
Heaven’s Echo
Mon., 2/9:
Heaven’s Echo (Children’s Choir)
Mon., 2/9:
Miraculous Medal Novena (weekly)
Tues., 2/10:
Contemporary Ensemble
Tues., 2/10:
Bingo
Tues., 2/10:
Pray and Play Prayer Group (weekly)…………………...
Wed., 2/11:
Divine Mercy Chaplet (weekly)
Wed., 2/11:
Holy Name Society meeting (monthly)
Thurs., 2/12:
Hand Bells
Thurs., 2/12:
Adult Choir ………………………………………………….
Thurs., 2/12:
Jesus, Our Good Shepherd Prayer Group (weekly)
Fri., 2/13:
Bingo
St. Raphael Church
St. Raphael Church …………………...
St. Raphael Church …………………...
St. Raphael Church
St. Raphael Church
Parish Ctr. (doors open at 6PM)
Spiritual Center…………………………
St. Raphael Church
Parish Ctr.
St. Raphael Church
St. Raphael Church
Fr. Emmons Conf. Room………………
Parish Ctr. (doors open at 6PM)
12:30 PM
2:45-3:45 PM
4:00-5:00 PM
6:40 PM
7:45-9:15 PM
8:00 PM
8:30-10:30 PM
8:00 AM
7:30 PM
5:00-6:30 PM
7:45-9:00 PM
7:30 PM
8:00 PM
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Whitehorse Mercerville Chapel, LLC
Joseph A. D’Errico, Mgr. - NJ Lic. No. 3651
2365 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd., Hamilton 609-587-9050
572 St. Raphael - Holy Angels • Trenton, NJ • Back
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