St. Gianna Beretta Molla Parish - John Patrick Publishing Company

St. Gianna Beretta Molla Parish
1421 New Road, Northfield, New Jersey
Parish Office:
609-646-5611
Parish Office Fax:
609-484-8345
Religious Education Office: 609-484-0249
www.stgiannanorthfieldnj.org * [email protected]
Reverend Jason T. Rocks, Pastor
Reverend Armando Rodriguez Montoya, Parochial Vicar
Mr. George Del Rossi, Permanent Deacon
Mr. Luis Correa, Permanent Deacon
Sr. Helen Lodge, OSF, Pastoral Associate
Miss Mildred DiCicco, Religious Coordinator (609) 484 0249
Sheila Naticchione, Business Manager
Claudia A. Costa, Parish Secretary
Bettie Timm, Director of Music Ministry
Jeff Young, Director of Youth Ministry
OUR MISSION
We, the members of the diverse community of St.
Gianna Beretta Molla Parish, united by one faith, inspired by the Word and strengthened by the Holy
Spirit, will bear witness to the contemporary pastoral
challenges identified in the Pastoral Priorities of our
Diocese. Trusting that our efforts will address the
needs of those with whom we interact, we will increase the levels of worship and witness in the New
Parish.
MASS SCHEDULE
SUNDAY MASSES
4:30 PM Saturday Vigil
8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM; 1:00 PM Spanish
WEEKDAYS
8:30 AM Monday thru Friday
FRIDAYS: 7:00 PM Spanish
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ope Francis: Life is Always Worth Living,
Even When Seriously Ill. In a year that saw
assisted suicide advocates be applauded by the
press, Pope Francis made some poignant commentary about the sanctity of life in his message
for the World Day of the Sick, reminding the
world that life is always worth living, regardless of the perceived “quality” of it.
Saturday, February 7
4:30PM
Alfred Pepper r/b Maggie & Rich
Corcoran
Sunday February 8
8:00 AM
Albert & Dorothy DeMeo r/b Estate
9:30 AM
Pompei & Isabel Palmentieri r/b The
Children
11:00 AM
John & Susanne Frederick r/b Mary
Frederick
1:00 PM
Mass in Spanish
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Monday February 9
8:30 AM
Alice Hulse r/b St. Gianna Senior Group
Tuesday February 10
8:30 AM
All Souls in Purgatory r/b Friend
Parish Membership
ew parishioners are always welcome! If
you are new in the area and enjoy worshiping at St. Gianna, make us your official Parish “home” by taking a few minutes to register.
Please pick up a Registration Form at the church
doors--Yellow (English) and Green (Spanish).
Completed forms are to be returned to the Parish office. If returned in the collection basket,
they should be in a sealed envelope marked
“Parish Census.” They may also be mailed to St.
Gianna Parish, 1421 New Road, Northfield, NJ
08225.
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Wednesday February 11
8:30 AM
Rita Hahn r/b Sister Janice Edwards
Thursday February 12
8:30 AM
Alice Hulse r/b Justine O’Brien
Friday February 13
8:30 AM
7:00 PM
Eileen Saveriano r/b Mary Catalano
Mass in Spanish
Saturday February 14
4:30PM
James Malia r/b Wife Lena
Sunday February 15
8:00 AM
Msgr. Thomas Sharkey r/b Deacon &
Mrs. George Del Rossi
9:30 AM
Jean Palmieri r/b Roseann Hundertmark
11:00 AM Robert James Grote r/b Pat Ledden
1:00 PM
warm welcome is extended to all who
have come to the faith community of St.
Gianna to join us in worship in praise of Almighty God. We are grateful to our faithful parishioners who come every weekend and we
welcome all of our neighbors and guests who
visit us occasionally.
Mass in Spanish
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THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE TODAY
A Word from Fr. Rocks. . .
Happy Valentine's day! Valentine's day is associated with romantic love and the wooing of
one lover by another by means of dining, flowers, dancing, candies and cards. All this is interesting because Valentine's day gets its name from St. Valentine, a third century martyr, whose
feast day is February 14.
So who is St. Valentine? According to some, he may have been two people, with the same
name, who were martyred around the same time, eventually leading to the stories being combined. According to one account, St. Valentine was a bishop, according to another account he
was a priest. In one account St. Valentine was beaten with clubs, the other he was beheaded.
In any case, he was martyred for his faith in Jesus Christ.
So how does he become associated with romance and love? Apparently, during the time of
courtly love, young maidens would send a note of some sort to possible suitors in the hope
that they would eventually wed. (Keep that in mind when asking someone to be your Valentine). They chose St. Valentine's day due to some thought certain birds began their courtship
around the 14 of February. Thus the origins of Valentine day's cards.
It might seem odd to have a martyr associated with romance. Yet, recall the tradition mentioned above. Valentine's day was used as a means to marriage, when a man and a woman
give themselves to one another in a lasting covenant. St. Valentine did such a thing when he
laid down his life for Jesus. Now Jesus is the true spouse of all the baptized. Christian Marriage is to reflect that of Jesus to his bride the Church. May the Martyr St. Valentine inspire us
to love our Lord with a "love as strong as death" (Song of Songs 2:6) and for those of us who
are married, to love our spouse in a similar way.
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n Sunday, March 1, 2015 the Diocese of Camden will be collecting Canned Products (Tomato
Sauce, Soups, Tuna, Peanut Butter, Beef Stew, Chili, Juices, Apple Sauce, Beans, etc.). Food Donations can be dropped off at any Catholic Church in the Diocese of Camden. For more information
please go to camdendicese.org/faithful.
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS THE SICK OF OUR PARISH
AND THOSE WHO ARE IN NURSING HOMES AND IN HOSPITALS.
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aint Gianna Parish Family prayerfully
welcomes Michael Gerard Thomas III
who was baptized in our church on Sunday,
February 1, 2015. Congratulations to his
happy parents: Michael & Julie Thomas.
“He went over her …, and the fever left her.”
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irst Reading: Job 7:1-4, 6-7
In this passage, Job laments the drudgery
and pain all people sometimes experience in
life. He talks of troubled days and restless
nights. But he does mention that the days move
along swiftly, which can remind us that our
time here on earth is quite limited and should
be well spent.
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econd Reading: I Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23
Paul explains to the Corinthians that he has
no choice, but must preach the gospel. He tells
of making himself all things to all people, in order to save some of them. He reminds them
that he does this willingly, in the hope of sharing in the blessings of the gospel.
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ospel: Mark 1:29-39
Jesus cured Simon and Andrew’s mother
of a fever, then others with illnesses or demons
came to see him. He cured those who were ill,
and cast out the demons of the others. Then he
went off and prayed alone until his followers
sought him out. Jesus and his disciples then
moved on to other villages to proclaim the good
news.
Blessed Mother Statue
f you wish to sign up to have the
statue of the Blessed Mother in your
home for a week, please contact Terri
Clark at (609)641-4245 or Rosemary
O’Dowd (609)641-4869 to make the
necessary arrangements.
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ur Parish community extends its
deepest condolences to
the family and friends of Deana C. Mullen.
May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
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he Sodality of St. Gianna Parish welcomes
all infants into the Church and prays for all
expectant mothers who request prayers for
their babies who are soon to be born. All pregnant women are welcome to call Connie Canesi
(609)665-0199 for further information. At this
time we ask prayers for the following expectant
mothers: Bree Kern, Heather Ryker, and Katie
Gerace Figlus.
OFFERTORY GIFTS
n Saturdays evening and Sunday morning
Masses, family and friends whose Mass is
being offered for a loved one are invited to
bring up the Offertory Gifts at the Mass. Before
the Mass begins, please indicate your intention
by entering your name on the 3-ring binder,
which is located at the main door near the sacristy.
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FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
ASH WEDNESDAY
The Season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday,
February 18, 2015. Ashes will be distributed
during the liturgies listed below:
8:30 AM Mass
12:00 Noon Prayer Service
1:00 PM Spanish Mass
4:00 PM Prayer Service
7:00 PM Mass
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DIOCESAN COLLECTION
ASH WEDNESDAY
W
e invite new members, singers and/
or musicians to be a part of the music
ministry of St. Gianna’s. We are preparing
for the Lenten and Easter seasons. Rehearsals are on Wednesdays and Thursdays evenings. The Young People’s Choir rehearses
on Wednesdays from 6:00 to 7:15PM and the
Adult Choir on Thursdays from 7:15 to
9:00PM. If you are interested please contact
Bettie Timm (609) 926-7610.
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aint Gianna’s Extraordinary
Ministers of Holy Communion
are readily available to bring Communion to the homes of the sick on a
schedule agreeable to the sick person. If you or
someone that you know is a shut-in and would
like to receive the sacraments, please let us
know by contacting the Parish office.
he collection for the Church in Central and
Eastern Europe is to be taken up in parishes of the Diocese of Camden on Ash Wednesday, February 18, 2015. Envelopes for this purpose have been mailed to all registered parishioners in the January/February pack. Please
continue to assist this important work for the
Church in Central and Eastern Europe where
great needs remain.
lease remember that there is a very easy
way to help Catholic School Education financially and it does not cost you one cent. You
can do so by purchasing ShopRite gift cards
from us before you shop. Gift cards can be purchased every Sunday after the 8:00AM Mass.
Your support will be greatly appreciated.
Valentine’s Day Social
Saturday, February 14, 2015
7:00-9:30PM - Parish Hall
eniors mark your calendars and join us!!
We meet the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the
month at 1:00PM in the Family Memorial Center-Parish Hall. Light refreshments will be
served. Everyone is welcome!
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(See Insert in this weekend bulletin)
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Gift Card Program
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n behalf of all the members of our Parish
we thank you for continuing to live faithful Stewardship and for using your Sunday envelopes. We thank you for the sacrifices that
you have made. May God bless your generous
hearts.
he Knights of Columbus All Saints Council
#6277 will hold their 13th Annual John J.
Heinz Memorial Chili Cook-Off on Saturday,
February 28, 2015 at Our Lady of Sorrows Hall
from 4:00 to 7:00PM. Cost is $10 for adults, $5
for children (12 and under), and $21 for a family
of 4 or more. Take outs will be available. If you
make chili and would like to participate in the
Cook-Off please call Bruce Jackson at (609)6461861. There is no entry fee and prizes will be
awarded to the top three chefs.
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Stewardship Report
January 31 & February 1, 2015 $10,816
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he Sons of Italy Antonio Meucci Lodge are
sponsoring a trip to the Pacific Northwest
& Northern California with Collette Vacation on
September 14-21, 2015. Early booking special
price by March 1st ($2649). For more information please contact Sally at 927-4147 after
n order to keep our records
up to date and also stop
the mailing of contribution
envelopes during the winter months, note that
we would appreciate hearing from parishioners
who are summer residents in our parish before
they move away. Thank for your cooperation.
St. Vincent de Paul Regional School
CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS
he 2014 Contribution Statements will be
prepared and sent ONLY upon request.
You are welcome to do so by calling the Parish
office, Monday through Friday from 9:00AM to
4:00PM. Thank you.
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5809 Main Street, Mays Landing
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nrollment is open for the 2015-2016 school
year! Visit St. Vincent de Paul Regional
School and meet their teachers, students and
staff. They educate Pre-K3 through 8th Grade.
Open House is Friday, February 13, 2015,
9:00AM-2:00PM. For more information call
Nancy Dixon, Advancement Director, at 6251565.
Let Us Pray!
aint Gianna Prayer group meets every Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:00AM in the Family
Memorial Center--Parish Hall. Everyone is welcome.
Stanley W. Marczyk Scholarship
2015 Incoming Holy Spirit High School
Freshmen Seeking Financial Assistance
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TO BECOME MORE FAMILIAR WITH JESUS’
VOICE, WE MUST TAKE THE NECESSARY
TIME TO LISTEN TO HIM.
$12,000 scholarship honoring Stan
Marczyk, longtime Athletic Director,
Coach and Teacher at Holy Spirit School is
available. This scholarship of $3,000 per year
can be renewable for each year. For more information and Application please contact Andy
Solary (609)264-1040 or [email protected]
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FEBRUARY 8, 2015
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Holy Hour
rayer and meditation before
our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament are great ways to spend some
special time with Him. You can ask
Him for graces for yourself or for
loved ones, reflect on His Word, or
just keep Him company! And it’s no bother for
Jesus. In fact, He very much wants to see you!
Please mark your calendar: Our Parish will hold
a Holy Hour on the first Wednesday of each
month at 7:00PM. Come and spend time in
prayer and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament!
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ur parish hosts “Bingo” on Wednesday
and Saturday mornings at 10:00AM in the
Parish Hall. Doors open at 8:00AM. Come and
join us! $1,000 in prize money, instant winners
and progressive jackpots! Also, coffee, bagels,
donuts and lots of fun.
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SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturdays 3:30 PM thru 4:15 PM. Anytime by appointment.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Arrangements must be made in advance by calling the
Parish office. Parents and Godparents must attend
Baptism Preparation Class.
REQUESTS FOR ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATES
The role of a sponsor is primarily a spiritual role to
model a Christian life for the child. Therefore, anyone
requesting a certificate must be a registered, participating member of St. Gianna Beretta Molla Parish, a
practicing Catholic in good standing (not living in
violation of the Church laws), at least 16 years of age
and have received the sacraments of initiation
(Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist). Please call the
Parish office for an appointment.
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Registered parishioners who wish to marry at St.
Gianna Beretta Molla Parish should contact the pastor
during office hours before making any other arrangements one year in advance. Call the Parish office to
schedule an appointment.
FIRST COMMUNION & CONFIRMATION
Please call the Parish Religious Education Program
(PREP) Director, Mildred DiCicco at 484-0249.
Stephen Ministry
tephen Ministers are members of our congregation who listen, care, encourage,
and provide emotional and spiritual support to people who are facing a crisis or
going through tough times. The care you’ll receive is confidential, free, and very
helpful. To learn how you--or a friend, neighbor, coworker, or relative--can receive
care, talk to Carolyn Johnson Peterson, Stephen Leader, 609-335-6202.
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REPORT SEXUAL ABUSE
n independent, toll-free number has been established by the Diocese of Camden to help callers
report cases of sexual abuse by priests, deacons, religious, employees and/or volunteers. Calls
are handled by a licensed clinical social worker. In accord with state law, cases of child sexual abuse
are reported to the N.J. Division of Child protection and Permanency and law enforcement. For information or to inquire about counseling and support services, call 1-800-964-6588.
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DOMINGO 8 DE FEBRERO, 2015
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i usted visita semanalmente Santa Gianna y
aún no se ha registrado formalmente en la
parroquia, por favor hágalo. Las planillas de
registración son VERDES y están ubicadas al
costado de las puertas de la iglesia. El proceso
de registración es simple, confidencial y muy
importante para la administración de nuestra
parroquia y para servir mejor a nuestra comunidad.
VIERNES
Desde las 6:00 hasta las 6:45PM
DOMINGOS
Desde las 12 del mediodia hasta las 12:45 de la
tarde. Para confesarse fuera de los horarios
sugeridos por favor llamar a la oficina parroquial.
i usted desea bautizar a su niña/niño por
favor comuníquese con la oficina parroquial para recibir información a cerca de los
requisitos necesarios y para hacer una cita con
el Padre Rodríguez Montoya quien está a cargo
de los bautismos y de las Clases de Preparación
para recibir este sacramento. Las clases se llevan a cabo el SEGUNDO JUEVES de cada mes.
Santa Gianna Red de Oración
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anta Gianna Red de Oración
es un ministerio que está
compuesto de voluntarios cuya
misión es simplemente rezar por
aquellas personas que tienen necesidades especiales (espirituales,
monetarias, físicas o familiares).
Las intenciones solicitadas se
mantienen en la Red de Oración
durante 30 días. Si usted necesita “oraciones” o
desea participar en la Red de Oración de nuestra parroquia rezando por las necesidades de
otras personas por favor comuníquese al:
(609)646-0806 - (609)646-7472 (Inglés)
(609)385-5408 (Español)
Grupo de Oración Parroquial de Santa Gianna
MARQUEN SUS CALENDARIOS
FIESTA DEL AMOR Y LA AMISTAD
JUEVES 12 DE FEBRERO
6:30PM - SALÓN GRANDE
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l Grupo de Oración de nuestra parroquia se
reune todos los martes de 7:00-8:00PM en la
iglesia. Invite a sus familiares y amigos y únase
a nuestra oración. Todos son bienvenidos!
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compáñenos a rezar el Santo
Rosario. Nos encontramos
todos los Viernes, en la iglesia,
media hora antes (6:30 de la tarde)
del comienzo de la Misa.
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eliz día de San Valentín! El día de San Valentín es asociado con los enamorados y es el día
en el que una persona expresa por medio de cenas, flores, bailes, bombones y tarjetas el
amor que siente por otra. Todo esto es interesante porque el día de San Valentín lleva el nombre del Santo San Valentín, un mártir que vivió en el Siglo III y cuya festividad se celebra el 14
de febrero.
¿Entonces quién es San Valentín? Cuenta la leyenda que podrían haber sido dos personajes con
un mismo nombre, quienes fueron martirizados alrededor del mismo tiempo y que sus historias fueron combinándose a través del tiempo. Unos dicen que San Valentín fue un obispo,
mientras que otros dicen que fue un sacerdote. Algunos cuentan que San Valentín murió siendo golpeado con varas, otros que fue decapitado. Cualquiera sea la versión, San Valentín fue
martirizado por su fe en Jesucristo.
Entonces ¿Cómo se lo asocia con los enamorados y el amor? Aparentemente, a las doncellas,
cuando les llegaba el tiempo de ser cortejadas, se les permitía enviar una nota a los posibles
pretendientes con la esperanza de que contrajeran matrimonio. (Tengan esto presente cuando
le pregunten a alguien ¿Quieres ser mi Valentín?). Se eligió el día de San Valentín debido a la
creencia de que las aves escogen a su pareja durante el mes de febrero. De ahí el origen de las
tarjetas del día de Valentín.
Quizá sea contradictorio asociar a un mártir con romance. Sin embargo recuerden la tradición
que acabamos de mencionar. El día de Valentín se utilizaba como un medio para el matrimonio, cuando un hombre y una mujer se entregaban el uno al otro en un pacto para toda la vida.
San Valentín hizo eso cuando entrego su vida por Jesús. Ahora Jesús es el verdadero esposo de
todos los bautizados. El Matrimonio Cristiano tiene que reflejar lo que Jesús es para su novia,
la Iglesia. Ojala que el mártir San Valentín nos inspire a amar a nuestro Señor con un amor
“tan fuerte como la muerte” (Song of Songs 2:6) y que a los que estamos casados, nos inspire a
amar a nuestros esposos/as de la misma manera.
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Miércoles de Ceniza, 18 de Febrero, 2015
l miércoles 18 de febrero la Iglesia comienza a vivir el tiempo de la
Cuaresma. En nuestra parroquia la imposición de las cenizas se llevará
a cabo durante las siguientes liturgias:
Misa (English): 8:30 AM
Servicio de Oración (English): 12:00 Noon
Misa (Español): 1:00PM
Servicio de Oración (English): 4:00 PM
Misa (English): 7:00 PM
Recuerden que el Miércoles de Ceniza es un día de ayuno y abstinencia. Ayuno: hacer
una sola comida fuerte al día. Abstinencia: no comer carne.
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ARMANDO CON EL PADRE ARMANDO
Cansancio por vivir
n jornalero es un trabajador que realiza su labor durante un día, al final del cual recibe su paga.
Seguramente esta última hora es la que él más espera. No soportaría el calor del sol durante
todo el día, ni resistiría fatiga alguna si no esperara un pago por el trabajo realizado.
El esclavo tiene una suerte más difícil, pues él no espera ningún pago por su trabajo. Su deber es trabajar sin importar los factores climáticos; si hay mucho sol, debe trabajar sin parar; si llueve, igual
tiene que producir para su amo, quien no debe sentirse que recibe un favor de parte del esclavo. El
esclavo no puede tener ni la mínima esperanza en recibir compensación por su trabajo; cuanto mucho sus momentos favoritos son recibir un plato racionado de comida o pensar en que haya clima
favorable, sin tanto calor mientras trabaja.
Hay quienes no aspiran a tener dinero de sobra; o buena salud; ni siquiera una buena posición; o al
menos un poco de alegría; parece que esto no se hizo para ellos. Se conformarían con que las noches
no les parecieran tan largas, ya que no pueden dormir a causa de las preocupaciones que los aquejan como una sombra permanente, sin esperanza de mejora.
Estos últimos no tienen aspiraciones en la vida; si acaso se conformarían con que amaneciera pronto
con tal de no seguir dando vueltas en el lecho. Se trata de existencias llenas de dura amargura, sin
esperanza. Tal vez solo esperan morir para dejar su condición sufriente. No creen que haya alguien
que pueda ayudarlos, ni siquiera piensan que puedan interesarles a alguien. La muerte estos últimos la considerarían un regalo.
Jesús es considerado como quien ha sido enviado a causa de la misericordia de las entrañas de Dios, como luz de lo alto que nos visita (Lc 1,78). Después, es reconocido como la luz para alumbrar a las gentes
(Lc 2,32). Y hay aquí dos notas importantes: la primera, que Dios tiene misericordia de los que sufren. Esta es la reflexión con respecto al problema del mal, generalmente formulado con la pregunta
¿Por qué Dios siendo bueno permite que haya mal?. Pues Dios tiene entrañas (sentimientos profundos que le provocan profundos movimientos en el estómago) y desde esas entrañas es que él se
compadece; no ignora al que sufre así; lo mira y lo llena de esperanza al asegurarle que su situación
tan trágica no será para siempre. La otra nota es que Jesús es reconocido como "luz", es decir, como
alguien que ilumina, la luz permite ver el camino; si está oscuro no podemos ver ningún camino. En
este sentido es que el misterio del hombre solo se hace claro ante la persona de Jesús, afirma un escrito de
la Iglesia llamado Redemptor Hominis (El Redentor de los Hombres).
Jesús en su actividad, según el evangelio de San Marcos, demuestra esta solidaridad con los que sufren: a los enfermos da salud en sus diversos males; expulsa a los demonios que abusivamente poseen a las personas causándoles estragos; tiene celo en que todos (sobre todo quienes más sufren y
menos oportunidades tienen) puedan recibir la buena noticia del nuevo reino inaugurado con el
cumplimiento de su misión, para lo cual tiene que caminar largas distancias y promover al hombre.
Él mismo se somete a juicios injustos; a dolores físicos; a experiencias de soledad y abandono. Jesús
está definitivamente del lado de aquellos que sufren.
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a Diócesis de Camden estará colectando Productos enlatados (jugos, salsas, sopas, leche, etc.) el Domingo 1 de marzo. Las donaciones podrán
ser depositadas en cualquier iglesia Católica de la diócesis de Camden. Para
más información consultar la página camdendiocese.org/faithfull.
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Pre-Arrangements
Caring & Personal Service Since 1882
BF Mazzeo
Established 1956
646-3400
We have the
nest selection
of fruits &
produce
Dennis McGee, Manager, NJ Lic. No. 4354
FUNERAL HOMES
John J. Keating D.M.D.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
Specialty License #3012
609-645-3311
529 New Jersey Avenue • Absecon
Tilton Rd. & Ineld Ave., Northeld, NJ
Ph: 609-641-1654 Now featuring organically
grown fruit & produce
Fax: 609-641-1672
David C. Upper
Cell: 377-6788
UPPER
Grading Wk
Res.-Comm.
Linwood, NJ
All Types of Fence
Phone: 609-513-1417
Email: [email protected]
WIMBERG
FUNERAL HOME
INC.
N AGENCY
609-641-6608
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Since 60’s 601 New Rd., Northeld
GEORGE H.
Philadelphia, PA
Call or Email for Free Consultation
INSURANCE
Gift Baskets Our Specialty
FENCE
Jonah G. Corbett, Esq.
Attorney at Law
MCMAH
WE SHIP OUR OWN BASKETS
ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.
653-1881
AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
The best choice for ALL your insurance needs!
OCEAN CITY • MARMORA • MAYS LANDING
609-399-0060 • www.mcmahonagency.com
Trusted
24/7 Customer Service
Choice
“A Family Profession for over 130 Years”
George H. Wimberg, III, Mgr., N.J. Lic. No. 3778
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(609) 677-XRAY (9729)
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Harvey C. Strair, DMD
Daniel G. Loggi, Jr., DMD
specialty #2278
42 Roosevelt Blvd. • Marmora
specialty #3760
101 Stone Harbor Blvd. • Cape May Court House
927-2080
465-3111
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Construction Site Accidents
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Product Liability
Serious Injury and Wrongful Death
PAUL R. D’AMATO, ESQUIRE
ALEXA D’AMATO BARRERA, ESQUIRE
2900 Fire Road, Suite 200, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
(609) 926-3300
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636 St. Gianna Beretta Molla • Northeld, NJ (BACK)
1337 New Road, Unit A
Northeld, NJ 08225
Mon.-Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-4; Sun closed
609-484-0026
Accepting Most Insurances
Free Delivery
Compounding & Friendly Service.
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