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St. Paul Church
200 Wyckoff Avenue | Ramsey, NJ
www.StPaulRCChurch.org
February 8, 2015
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Schedule of Masses
Saturday: 9 am
Saturday Eve: 5 pm (Sunday Obligation)
Sunday: 7:30 am, 9 am, 10:30 am, 12 pm & 5 pm
Weekdays: Monday-Friday 7:30 am & 9 am
Holy Days: 7:30 am, Noon & 7:30 pm
National Holidays: 7:30 am
Served by
Rev. John McCrone, Pastor
Rev. Raul Gaviola, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Stefano Hong, Parochial Vicar
Mr. Jeremiah K. Rehse, Deacon
Gail Ritchie, School Principal
Sr. Maureen Corcoran, Pastoral Associate
John Nunziata, Pastoral Associate
Colleen Jagde, Director of Faith Formation
Kristin Dabaghian, Director of Music Ministry & Liturgy
Donna Schifano, Director of Outreach
Genny Latour Huss, Director of Senior Ministry
Eric Erler, Director of Youth Ministry
John Weiss, Business Manager
Mission Statement
Parish Center:
193 Wyckoff Avenue // Ramsey, NJ
Phone: 201.327.0976 // Fax: 201.327.6197
www.stpaulrcchurch.org
https://www.facebook.com/stpaulrcchurch.org
Faith Formation Grades K-8
201.327.8010 // [email protected]
School: 201.327.1108 // www.stpaulips.org
We are Catholic Christians
who embrace the plan of God for our salvation.
We come together in faith
to worship in a loving community.
We are moved by the Holy Spirit
to witness to the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We wish to live out the vision of Jesus
expressed in the Beatitudes
as it unfolds in our daily life,
through time, talent and treasure.
Youth Office: 201.825.9199
Baptism: Parents, please contact the Parish Center during the pregnancy, or prior to adoption, to begin
preparing for your child’s baptism.
Penance: Saturday 4:00-4:30 pm or by appointment.
Marriage: Arrangements must be made one year in advance.
Anointing of the Sick: At two special Eucharistic Liturgies in Church during the year. Visitation of the sick at
home any time.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA): For those interested in becoming a Catholic. Call the Parish
Center for information.
February 8, 2015
Mass Intentions
for the
Week of February 9
MONDAY, February 9
Gn 1:1-19; Mk 6:53-56
7:30 Veronica R Higgins; Req by Gail & Gene Ritchie
9:00 Stephanie Genova; Req by Kristin Dabaghian
TUESDAY, February 10
Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Mk 7:1-13
7:30 Msgr Lawrence Cull; Req by Deacon Fritz & Mary Kautz
9:00 Novena of Masses
WEDNESDAY, February 11
Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Mk 7:14-23
7:30 John Blanco; Req by Rob Passanante
9:00 Novena of Masses
THURSDAY, February 12
Gn 2:18-25; Mk 7:24-30
7:30 Dorothy Diffley; Req by Janet & Gary Gyss
9:00 Novena of Masses
FRIDAY, February 13
Gn 3:1-8; Mk 7:31-37
7:30 Sophie Palmadesso; Req by Helen & Thomas Reid
9:00 Novena of Masses
SATURDAY, February 14
Gn 3:9-24; Mk 8:1-10
9:00 William Newe; Req by the Bergonzi Family
5:00 Rosario D’Angelo; Req by the family
7:00 Spanish Mass
SUNDAY, February 15
Lv 13:1-2, 44-46; 1 Cor 10:31 — 11:1; Mk 1:40-45
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30
9:00
10:30
12:00
Cornelius & Nora Lynch; Req by Joe & Cathy Lynch
Aldina Polli; Req by the Sileo Family
Mildred Sullivan Req by Judi & Ugo D’Andrea
Anthony Riccardi; Req by Hank & Rose Enberg
IN YOUR PRAYERS PLEASE REMEMBER all the women & men who
serve in our armed forces, THE SICK, ESPECIALLY: Susan Hillman,
Terry Giegerich, James Walsh, Pamela Begley Wiener, Evelyn
Steers, John Corcoran, Rich Parker, Jim Sweeney and Arline
Gondiosa;
and THE DECEASED. Josephine O’Keefe, Anne Catalano, Zofia
Sito, Vic Pruitt, Ovidio Linfante, Stephanie Kirchner, Dolores
Murray and Paul Killion.
This week’s ALTAR BREADS and WINES are donated in memory of
Dennis Gagnon; requested by the Gagnon Family
This week’s SANCTUARY LAMP burns in memory of Nancy Nyhan;
requested by Maureen & Steve Bergan
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Vatican II called for active participation by the laity in the Mass.
How do we do this?
Speaking and singing Active participation, of course, includes
speaking when we are supposed to speak and (hopefully)
singing! But it includes much more than this.
Listening Attentiveness to the Word of God is crucial to fully
entering into the Mass. What word does the Lord wish to speak
to me during this Mass? He will have a message for me, if I am
open to hearing it. The best preparation for Mass is to have
looked at the Sunday readings in advance, or to pray over them
afterwards. This is why we include them in each week's bulletin!
Silence Notice that at key moments, no one says anything –
neither the priest nor the people. These times occur after the
readings, after the homily, after communion, and sometimes
during the offertory. Here, we are silent together; we ponder the
words and prayers we have heard and spoken together, that they
may become a part of us.
Gestures Try paying attention to how prayerfully you perform the
gestures at Mass. What gestures? Take the time to sign yourself
with holy water before mass slowly and reverently, as you thank
God for your baptism and the gift of eternal life. Genuflect
toward the tabernacle, and go a little slower – this little action
expresses our faith. We sign ourselves on the forehead, mouth
and heart at the gospel, that the Lord will truly enter us in these
three ways. Each change of posture is a different prayer: we are
praying with our bodies in this way throughout the service! Don't
just go through the motions, but turn these movements into the
prayers they were meant to be.
The offering As we bring up the gifts of bread and wine, we are
offering our lives to Christ at this moment. These gifts represent
ourselves, as well as our sacrificial giving that we place before
the Lord.
Communion Before receiving the Eucharist, I will make a small
bow of reverence toward the host and then the cup. This simple
gesture expresses the profound humility and faith we hope to
have as we receive Jesus into our bodies and our lives once
again!
The sending We don't leave from Mass; the mass leaves with us.
We have committed ourselves to be Christ's eyes, ears, mouth,
hands and feet for another week as we take
him out to the world we live in!
STEWARDSHIP TREASURE for the WEEKEND of JAN 31/FEB 1 will be
reported next week. Our Christmas collection amounted $109,739.
10% of the weekly stewardship treasure is set aside to help others
in need. Your generosity has allowed us to provide the following
assistance in December and January:
Financial assistance for 1 family & Giving Tree gifts totaling $1,395
Donations to 14 charitable organizations totaling $4,200
Food certificates for 50 families totaling $3,800
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Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
“...One who refreshes others
will themselves be refreshed.”
~ Proverbs 11:25 ~
Women’s Cornerstone extends heartfelt thanks & appreciation to
all those who helped in the kitchen or with food preparation this
weekend. Thanks to all of you who answered this call to serve!
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Catechumens & Candidates Welcomed
Danielle Yager
Eddie Scholl
Craig Zurlini
Please pray for Danielle, Eddie and Craig. Danielle is a
‘catechumen’ and will be Baptized and receive First Communion
and Confirmation at the Easter Vigil on April 4th. Eddie and Craig
are ‘candidates’ who are baptized and will be receiving First
Communion and Confirmation on Pentecost Sunday (May 24th).
They have been praying and learning about the Catholic faith as
they make this journey of conversion. They meet each Sunday
morning with the RCIA Ministry Team to prepare for the reception
of the Sacraments. The RCIA Ministry team is John Nunziata,
Karen Little, Mary Jane Weir & Walter Zuck.
You Are Invited!
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Breakfast
School Cafeteria
Tuesday, February 17
Immediately Following 7:30 am Mass
A ‘cooking team’ of Cornerstone Men will prepare a traditional
pancake & sausage breakfast complemented with juice, hot
coffee or tea immediately after Mass in the school cafeteria.
What is Shrove Tuesday? Shrove Tuesday is the day before Ash
Wednesday, the beginning of Lent in the Roman Catholic Church.
"Shrove" means hear a confession, assign penance, and absolve
from sin. Shrove Tuesday is a reminder that we are entering a
season of penance. The concept behind this practice is found in
1 Corinthians 9:27, where the Apostle Paul states: "I buffet my
body and make it my slave."
Shrove Tuesday originated during the Middle Ages. Food items
like meats, fats, eggs, milk, and fish were regarded as restricted
during Lent. To keep such food from being wasted, many
families would have big feasts on Shrove Tuesday in order to
consume those items that would inevitably become spoiled
during the next forty days. The English tradition of eating
pancakes on Shrove Tuesday came about as a way to use as
much milk, fats, and eggs as possible before Ash Wednesday
began. In France, the consumption of all fats and fatty foods on
this day coined the name "Fat Tuesday" or Mardi Gras. If you any
questions please contact John Nunziata at 201.327.0976 (ext
313) or [email protected]
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Sweetheart Luncheon - The Senior Ministry is hosting its
annual Sweetheart Luncheon on Thursday, February 12. It will
be starting at 12 noon at Adorno Fathers. “The Hip
Replacements” will be performing for our listening and
dancing pleasure. A 50/50 raffle, lots of food and desserts will
add to the enjoyment of the day! Cost is $10 payable at the
door. Please call the Parish Center (201.327.0976) by
February 9 to make your reservations and to let us know if
you’ll be needing a ride. Call Genny at 201.818.9590 if you
have any questions.
SOCIAL CONCERNS
Diaper Drive: There is a great need for disposable
diapers in many of our local, less fortunate
families. Our committee is collecting diapers
(sizes 2–5) to provide help to those in need.
Please bring diapers to church by next weekend,
2/15 and place in one of the bins at the church entrances. Thank
you for your generous and caring gifts to others.
Harrison House: Twice monthly, the committee provides a homecooked meal for eight men with the AIDS virus, who live in a
home on the grounds of Bergen Regional Medical Center.
Volunteers are needed to prepare and deliver a meal on Sat,
3/7; Fri, 3/27; Sat, 4/4; Fri, 4/24; Sat, 5/2 and Fri, 5/22. If you
are able to help, call Debbie at 825.7856. For those unable to
deliver the meal, alternate arrangements can be made.
St Paul Food Pantry: is supported through generous donations
from parishioners. The pantry is located in the front vestibule of
the church and is available for all in the community in need on
Tuesdays from 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm. Please contact the Parish
Center to make special arrangements to access the pantry.
Food Pantry Needs: juice, snacks/cookies/crackers, white rice,
Parmalat or powdered milk, cake mixes, condiments and bath
products (soap/deodorant/toothpaste/toothbrushes/shampoo).
Next meeting: Tuesday, March 3 at 7:30 pm in the Academy of St
Paul library.
Men's Cornerstone March 6-7 - "Come Find Your Strength"
Cornerstone is an experience of discovery, renewal
and healing. It is peaceful time which is relevant for
men at every stage of life in today's demanding,
hurried world. Escape the pressures of life for 27
wonderful hours and develop a closer relationship
with God. You will leave with new friends & renewed hope in life.
See brochures in the church. For more information contact:
Mickey Sebes
201.523.1340 [email protected]
Bill Hark
551.427.5049 [email protected]
John Nunziata
201.327.0976 [email protected]
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Mission Introduced at All Masses
Saturday Evening & Sunday Morning
February 21 & 22
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
February 23, 24, 25
Fr Leonard will celebrate and preach the 9 am Mass
Talk will be repeated each evening at 7:30 pm
Monday: We Need All the Help We Can Get
Tuesday: Nine Steps to Making Better Choices for My Life
Wednesday: Where the Hell is God?
Holding to Faith Through the Tough Times
Fr Richard Leonard is a Jesuit priest. He has
degrees in arts and education, as well as a
Master’s degree in theology. He did graduate
studies at the London Film School and has a PhD
from the University of Melbourne. He is the
author of: The Mystical Gaze of the Cinema: the
Films of Peter Weir; Movies That Matter; Where
the Hell is God? Finding God in Pain and Suffering and his most
recent book Why Bother Praying? He has lectured on faith and
culture all over the world.
Charitable Gift Annuity: Are you 65 years of age or older? A
Charitable Gift Annuity may be right for you. It not only benefits
you, it also benefits your loved ones and the Church. Find out
today how to establish a gift annuity by contacting Theresa
Lynch in the Planned Giving Department at 973.497.4042 or by
e-mail at [email protected]
Below are our current gift annuity rates:
Age
Rate
65
4.7%
70
5.1%
75
5.8%
80
6.8%
85
7.8%
90 + up
9.0%
The Home Study Faith Formation Family Gathering Schedule
Sunday, February 8 - Winter Gathering 2
Sunday, March 22 - Spring Gathering 1
Sunday, April 12 - Spring Gathering 2
Gatherings meet from 10:40 - 11:40 am in the School Cafeteria.
Each family should attend one Gathering each season.
Saint Paul Men’s Prayer Group
Every Tuesday MORNING at 6:30 am
Every Tuesday NIGHT at 8:00 pm
Parish Center - 2nd Floor
Come & Find Peace
All Men of the Parish Welcome & Encouraged
Come Join Us - No RSVP Needed
For information contact John Nunziata
[email protected] or 201.327.0976 ext 313
Memorial Opportunity
The Paschal Candle is the large, white candle found
in every church. A new Paschal candle is blessed and
lit every year at Easter, and is used throughout the
Paschal season and then throughout the year on
special occasions, such as baptisms and funerals.
The flame of the Paschal candle symbolizes Christ as
light of the world and his presence in the midst of his
people.
The Pascal Candle is available for memorialization
with a suggested donation of $750.00. If you would
like to memorialize a loved one, or in honor of you
and/or your family, or in gratitude for favors
received, please contact Joanne in the Parish Office.
CALLING ALL BAKERS
Your wonderful sweets are one of the highlights that are really
looked forward to at our Senior Luncheons. And now the Senior
Ministry is hosting our Sweetheart Luncheon on Thursday,
February 12 and we'd like to ask for help from you by bringing
your desserts to the Adorno Fathers by 11 am that morning.
Cookies, brownies, bar cookies, cupcakes are all welcome.
CANDLELIGHT LIVING ROSARY HONORING OUR LADY OF LOURDES
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11 at 7 pm
Our Candlelight Vigil and Living Rosary honoring Our Lady of Lourdes will be held in the church on WEDNESDAY evening, February 11,
beginning at 7 pm. A Living Rosary is a beautiful spiritual evening for the entire family, where the Holy Rosary is prayed using
candlelight and musical accompaniment. It is God who grants us the gift of Marian apparitions for His purpose. The Blessed Mother has
asked the Faithful to pray the rosary for the conversion of hearts back to God, for peace in our families and in the world, for the
intentions of Her Immaculate Heart.
Please join us… Bring your family… Bring a friend!
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Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
AN IRISH BLESSING - 16-25 MAY
Join Fr John McCrone throughout a tour of Ireland to include: Dublin, Killarney, Galway, Donegal & Belfast. $3,250/pp (two in a
room)/$3,950 (single occupancy) includes round-trip transportation from St Paul Church to Newark Liberty Airport, round-trip
transportation on United Airlines, 8 nights hotel accommodations in first class hotels, full Irish breakfast and dinner daily, entrance
fees to sites which are included in the itinerary, hotel baggage handling, taxes and service charges on all included features.
Brochures available in the Parish Office or by contacting Anne Breslin at Great Experiences (825.3725)or e-mail:
[email protected] We hope you’ll join us on this “great experience” in Ireland!
Thank you to all the parishioners who celebrated our 75th
jubilee with us on January 25. The Mass was beautiful, and
the Gala was a big success. A special thank you to all those
who supported the journal and to all those who volunteered
their services to help make this a grand celebration.
St Paul Church presents
THE HOLY SHROUD OF TURIN TOUR
"Discovering Jesus in His Holy Shroud"
Presenter: Mr Donald H Nohs
Director General Confraternity of the Passion
A special presentation on the Holy Shroud of Turin
will be held in the church on Thursday, March 5
Time: 7:30 pm // Doors open at 6:30 pm
www.confraternityofthepassioninternational.org
CURSILLO CANDIDATES WANTED!
March 12 - 15
The Newark Archdiocese Women’s 171st Cursillo Weekend will take place March 12-15. The atmosphere of a Cursillo differs from the
individual solitude of many retreats. Christ's teachings are discussed in a climate of joy. Talks and discussions are interspersed with
prayer, Eucharist, songs, laughter and times of reflection. Cursillo is an excellent “next step” after attending Cornerstone. There is no
better opportunity to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ and gain a better understanding of the power of the Holy Spirit. The
Cursillo begins on Thursday, March 12 at 7 pm and concludes Sunday evening, March 15. Parishioners Jeané O’Keefe and Janet Gyss
will be serving on Team for the weekend, which takes place at the Archdiocesan Retreat Center in Kearny. Space is limited, so if you are
interested, please call Jeané (201.887.2825) or Janet (201.825.4509) as soon as possible. God Bless!
Saint Paul Church Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Danielle Yager, Craig Zurlini, Eddie Scholl
Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Rite of Sending ~ February 15 & 21 ● Rite of Continuing Conversion ~ February 21 ● Rite of Election ~ February 22
The month of February is a significant time for our Catechumen and Candidates who are journeying on the road to full initiation and
communion in the Catholic Church. Danielle will be Baptized and receive Communion and Confirmation at the Easter Vigil on April 4th.
Craig and Eddie will be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit and have a place at the Eucharistic table when they receive Confirmation
and First Eucharist on Pentecost Sunday, May 24th.
Father John will preside at the Rite of Sending on February 15th at the 10:30 Mass at which time our candidates (Craig and Eddie) will
declare their intent to reflect on the mystery of their Baptism and join the community in a life of prayer and service. They will be
welcomed by the Archbishop at the Rite of Continuing Conversion at Sacred Heart Cathedral on Saturday, February 21st.
On February 22nd at the Noon Mass Father John will preside at the Rite of Sending at which time our Catechumen (Danielle) will be
affirmed by the congregation as she prepares for the Rite of Election. The Archbishop will preside at the Rite of Election at Sacred
Heart Cathedral on Sunday, February 22nd.
RCIA is the journey of conversion for adults who want to become members of the Catholic Church. It is a journey of faith and peace
leading to the celebration of the Sacraments. Catechumens are individuals who are not baptized in a Christian tradition recognized by
the Roman Catholic Church. Catechumens prepare to receive the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism/Eucharist/Confirmation) at the
Easter Vigil. Candidates are individuals who have been baptized either in the Roman Catholic Church or a recognized Christian faith. If
you or someone you know is interested in more information contact John Nunziata at 327.0976 or [email protected]
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YOUTH GROUP NEWS
Upcoming Events
Fish Fry: Fridays during Lent
Archdiocesan Ski Retreat: Feb 20-22
Mark Your Calendar
Holy Thursday Lock-In: April 2-3
The Cotillion Ball: Friday, April 17
Passion Play: Friday, April 3 - Our most prominent community
faith building event, the play serves as a form of worship for
parishioners who often leave the performance weeping for their
Lord. It doesn't matter if you've been the lead role in the school
play or are afraid to read in class, there is a place for you in this
play. The youth group performs one of several rotating formats
of this play each year and each year we learn something new
about ourselves and our faith. Rehearsals begin March 1 and are
held every Sunday in the church from 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm. Youth
interested in helping out with this event must register by March
1. For more information attend youth group meetings.
Attention Seniors!
Please remember to return
your response to
the survey you received from
us a few weeks ago.
A Word about Sunday’s 5 pm Mass Schedule
The Sunday 5 pm Mass schedule will follow the Confirmation
program schedule. Sunday 5 pm Mass will be celebrated on the
following dates: February 8, February 22, March 1, March 8,
March 15 and March 22.
Mark Your Calendar
10th Annual Divine Mercy Conference
Saturday, March 21; 9 am - 5:30 pm
Cardinal Spellman HS, Bronx
For Information and Registration:
www.thedivinemercy.org/Bronx
800.462.7426
Special Noon Mass: A special mass and support group meeting
for all who are affected by the disease of alcoholism and/or
drug abuse will take place at Church of St Mary in Closter on
Saturday, February 21 at 12:00 noon. Mass is offered for the
support, healing and recovery of not only the man/woman
directly infected with the abuse of alcohol or drugs, but also for
anyone involved in the life of the alcoholic or drug addict. For
information please call 201.768.7565.
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Our parish’s 75th Anniversary cookbooks are still
available. Books are $12 ea or 2/$20. Please contact
the Parish Center if you are interested in purchasing
one, 327.0976.
SOUPER BOWL OF CARING RESULTS!
Thank you to everyone who helped us reach
our goals and make a difference in this year’s
Souper Bowl of Caring Collection. St Paul
parishioners donated over 450 cans of soup
and $2,000, which was donated to a very grateful Center for
Food Action. THANKS AGAIN!
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Phone: 201.327.1108 Fax: 201.236.1318
Email: [email protected]/Website: www.stpaulips.org
Academy of St Paul is our parish school!
Make a Catholic education a priority for your family.
Academy of St Paul provides academic excellence in an
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CELEBRATING
YEAR OF CONSECRATED LIFE
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8 from 1 pm - 4 pm
OPENING PRAYER 1:15 pm - HOLY FAMILY CHAPEL
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Families Growing in Faith: Gospel Learning: February 8
Mk 1:29-39: Jesus went to the “house of
Andrew and Simon” to relax but discovered
that Simon’s mother-in-law was very ill. Like
Jesus we come home to relax but are
confronted with problems. Take a tip from Andrew and Simon
who “told Jesus about it at once.”
Family Ritual: Write a “love letter” to someone who has loved
you. It could be a parent, godparent, favorite relative, a mentor,
etc. Thank them for the gift of love and tell them how it has
affected your life. Consider writing a love letter to God, as well,
for He surely is the one who has loved you the most!
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294 East Crescent Ave.
Ramsey, NJ 07446
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82 E. Allendale Rd., Ste. 4B
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116 N. Central Ave., Ramsey, NJ
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