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FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
OUR LADY OF PEACE PRAYER NETWORK:
PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL WHO HAVE ASKED TO BE
ESPECIALLY LISTED ON OUR PARISH PRAYER LIST:
Jimmy Agresta, Darren Bailiff, Pat Bakey, Loretta Iannacone
Barnes, Peggy Bass, James Boylan, Mary Bradley, Geri Brocco,
Donna Brotherton, Elizabeth Brotherton, Connie Buck, Josephine
Campellone, Mike Capasole, Viola Capasso, Mabel Carr, Robert
Caulfield, Dorothy Centuolo, Michelle Chism, Rita Christiansen,
Mary Ciglia, M/M Corazo, Jovenita Coronado, Florence Coyle,
Logan DeAngelis, Sharon DelBuno, Maryann DeLeo, Terry
DiNardo, Joeann DiNovi, Maryann Dymond, Jennie Esposito, Sr. Pat
Feeley, Elena Ferrer, Marge Foran, Keith Forsythe, Vincent & Rich
Fratanduono, Deacon Ed Freed, Maryann Gallagher, Joe Garafolo,
John D. Giacomo, Claire Greenberg, Rick Gurecki, Lynn Haney,
Joseph P. Harvey, Bill Hilderbrand, Peg Hoffman, Taylor Hyndman,
Joe Kahwaey, Brianna & Oliva Karge, Judy Kennish Marie Kutz, Jim
Lafferty, Tom Larkin, Vienna Leoncavallo, Nina Lorine, John Luby
III, Judy Luby, Sandy Lyons, Bertha MacNichol, Mike Mancini,
Baby Gianna Grace Masciantonio, Barb Matos, Jean McErlain, Ida
McGuire, Charlotte McCullough, Sheila McCullough, Diana Menna,
Charles Michael, James Miller, Stella Mirasol, Angie Montemurro,
Nancy Moran, Elizabeth Morrone, Paul Nappi, Ernest Palmer, Cora
Pantella, Lillian Paraschak, Eve Peaco, John Pendergast, Kevin
Pendergast, Steve Pfersich, Theresa Pluto, Pat Porter, Rose Price,
John Raia, Michelle Ramseepaul, Irene Rein, Paul Rein, Marie Rein,
Edgardo Rin, , Kathie Restuccio, Dolores Richardson, Eileen
Russell, Peggy Sacco, Hank Saia, Marie Saiia, Doreen Salimena,
Anthony Salvina, Hubert Sapson, Peggy Sargent, Mark Scott, Anna
Sherman,, Sr. Regina Smith, Larry Straub, Gilda Stabile, Peter
Staffieri, Don Stein, Bill Strang, Carmella Swipes, Steve Swipes,
Betty Tallant, Frank Venticinque, Bob Verchio, Alex Veto, Jr.,
Officer Anthony Vezza, James Visceglia, Gail Vita, Ann Wade,
Linda Waterhouse, Keith Weikel, Ethan Wedler, Lisa Whitely,
Warren Wisdom, Carol & Fred Yates, Dan Ziegler.
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE
DECEASED OF OUR PARISH
Bill McCann, Lee Hansbury, Gloria Ciabatti,
John Thurwanger, Julia Caruso
Congra tulations
Congratulations to Charles Dillin
and Joseph Janocha for being
accepted in the Aspirancy Phase of
Deaconate formation for the Diocese
of Camden.
OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH FAMILY
STEWARDSHIP:
Please make your checks payable to:
“Our Lady of Peace Parish”
“Thank You for Your Generosity”
Collection 2/01/2015………...................................$ 19,486.22
Egiving....................................................................$ 1,423.33
Weekly total.........................................................$ 20,909.55
Collection 2/02/2014..............................................$ 20,314.28
Egiving....................................................................$ 1,152.50
Weekly Total..........................................................$ 21,466.78
Mary Meals……………………….……………...$
70.20
Heating 2015……………………………………..$ 3,603.60
2014……………………………………..$ 4,815.37
SANCTUARY LIGHT
For the week of February 7, 2015
In Memory of: Henry Kern
Requested by: The DiNunzio Family
The Sanctuary Light will burn in
St. John Neumann Adoration Chapel
For the week of February 7, 2015
In Memory of: Joseph Restuccio
Requested by: Paul & Irene Rein
Our Lady of Peace Parish Holy
Hour with Exposition and
Benediction of the Blessed
Sacrament from 7pm till 8pm every
First Friday of the month. We
encourage as many people as possible
to come and spend an hour with the
Lord in Prayer.
March 6, 2015
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
If you have a Loved One who is seriously
ill, or if you are going in for surgery,
please call the Parish Center for
arrangement for a priest to anoint you. The
homebound, elderly, infirmed or recuperating
parishioners should make arrangements through the
Parish Center, 856-629-6142.
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH MINISTRIES
There are many activities, programs and opportunities offered at Our Lady of Peace to support members of
all ages and stages of life on their faith journey. We strive, as well, to reach out beyond our parish
boundaries to help others and do our part to make our world a reflection of Christ’s presence.
There are many needs and opportunities. We need you and want you to both give and receive as you enter
into the life of Our Lady of Peace.
Adopt a Shrine Ministry
Deacon John & Irene Kacy 629-3510
Altar Servers
Loren Laughlin
629-6142
Athletic Activities
Teresa Dramesi
629-6190
Bereavement Support Grp.
Toni Donnelly
629-0248
Betania X Prayer Grp.
Carmela Valeno
863-1926
Catholic Daughters
Kathie Restuccio
629-8547
Catholic Divorce Ministry
Debbie Wolk
881-4133
Catholic Sports Ministry
Bob Gilkin
863-2271
Children’s Liturgy
Gloria Battista
218-1195
Elizabeth Ministry
Elaina Judge
677-7180
Evangelization
Rick Bruce
982-7582
Extraordinary Minister of Communion
Sr. Rita
629-6142
Filipino Ministry
Yolanda Ramirez
201-850-3854
FOCCUS (Pre Marriage Communication) Donna LaMonaca
629-4852
Fund Raising Committee
Joyce Hyndman
629-6142
Knights of Columbus
Joe Brocco
466-2837
Lazarus Ministry (Funeral Mass)
Sally Kingston
629-0479
Lectors
Jackie Greer
728-4103
Legion of Mary
Michael McQueen
264-1202
Lifelong Formation
Sr. Rita
629-6142
Liturgical Committee
Jon Agresta
589-3228
Marriage Prep (PreCana)
John/Monica Erhard
629-7612
Ministers of Hospitality Ushers
Joe Bochanski
243-5471
Music Ministry (Music Director)
Jon Agresta
589-3228
Choir
Jon Agresta
589-3228
Folk Group
Toni McCann
728-1294
Nursing Ministry
Donna Callaghan
875-7511
Pastoral Care Ministry
Sr. Rita
629-6142
Juniper Assisted Living
Joan Schnatterer
728-2317
Meadow View Nursing Home Deacon Jim Hallman
629-6142
Carino Park
Peg Hoffman
629-6023
Prayer Network
Betty Smith
629-6142
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Inez Troiano
875-9509
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) Deacon John Kacy
629-6142
Rite of Christian Initiation of Teens (RCIT) Kari Janisse
629-6142
Religious Education
Deacon Al LaMonaca
629-6142
Respect Life
Linda Pesotski
863-8832
Scouting
Mark Candidi
728-8861
Senior Companion
Judy Unick
629-1405
Senior Social Club
Toni Donnelly
629-0248
Singles & Singles Anew
Barbara Hoover
417-4887
Social Concerns
Rose Otto
629-6142 x39
Social Life
Donna Ordille
262-4768
Spirituality Committee
Sr. Rita
629-6142
Retreats
Barbara Bailey
904-6786
St. John Neumann Eucharistic Adoration Kim Fahy
264-6712
St. Mary School
Jackie Kern
629-6190 x34
Stewardship/Tithing Comm.
Mary Baron
629-6142
Vocation Committee
Sr. Rita
629-6142
Wedding Rehearsal
Linda Guenther
875-8987
Youth and Young Adult
Kari Janisse
629-6142
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FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
MASS SCHEDULE
SAT 2/07
8:00 AM John James Sweeney, Sr.
Req: Sweeney Family
4:00 PM Traci Lear Req: Mom and Dad
Maryann Murphy Req: Patricia Amorosi
Angelo Solorio, Jr. Req: Wife, Connie
Charles Mellon Req: Patricia Mellon
Anthony Reale
Req: Brian & Karen Hamilton
5:30 PM Chuck Mazzarella Req: Sweeney Family
SUN. 2/08
7:30 AM Joseph D’Adamo
Req: Joann & John Watson
9:00 AM Sr. Gemma Procopio Req: Sweeney Family
10:30 AM Mary O’Toole
Req: Linda & Stan Pesotski
12:00 PM Perpetual Remembrance/People of Parish
Req: Fr. Mazz and Our Lady of Peace Parish
6:00 PM
Mary Clendining
Req: Tony and Esie Brusco
MON 2/09
6:45 AM Stacey Ann Casalnova
Req: Mom and Dad
8:00 AM Sr. M. Redempta Kowalska, CSFN
Req: Garczynski Family
TUE 2/10
6:45 AM Theresa Minix
Req: Patti & Paul DiGiacomo
8:00 AM Charles “Buddy” Smith Req: Mom & Sisters
WED 2/11
6:45 AM Roger Edward Lindsley
Req: Kari & Phil Janisse
8:00 AM Nicholas DiVirgilio Req: Bernadette & Bob
6:30 PM Richard Monteiro Req: Ed & Marge Foran
THURS 2/12
6:45 AM Frank Viggiano Req: Romanowski Family
8:00 AM Nicholas DiVirgilio
Req: Connie Potenza
FRI 2/13
6:45 AM Franklin Minix
Req: Patti and Paul DiGiacomo
8:00 AM Nicholas DiVirgilio
Req: K of C Bishop Eustace Assembly
SAT 2/14
8:00 AM Jean Grzymala
Req: Sweeney Family
4:00 PM Dorothy Chiardio Req: Bea Dintino
5:30 PM Special Intentions
Req: Kathie Restuccio
SUN. 2/15
7:30 AM Joseph Volpa Req: Jon Agresta and Family
9:00 AM Joseph Campisi Req: Campisi Family
10:30 AM Doretha Keefer
Req: Dorothy Clarke and Family
12:00 PM Doris Gardner
Req: Mary Hendrie
6:00 PM
Perpetual Remembrance/People of Parish
Req: Fr. Mazz and Our Lady of Peace Parish
MINISTRY CORNER
SATURDAY, February 14, 2015
4:00 PM
Celebrant: Fr. Quan Tran Deacon: John Kacy
Lectors: Donna DiIenno, Mark DiIenno
EMC: Dolores Carney, Rose Goodman, Annette Robinson,
Walt Litwinczuk
Altar Servers: Gianna Vecchio, Eddie Wiechecki,
Christopher Rein, Bianca Abbate, Kenneth Hagans
5:30 PM
Celebrant: Fr. Quan Tran Deacon: John Kacy
Lectors: Joseph Janocha, Julianne Janocha
EMC: Penny Gabriel, Rose Graham, Kathy Graham,
Lou Lalli
Altar Servers: Natalie DiNunzio, Nick DiNunzio,
Sal Lopresti, Samantha McGlynn, Grant Exbicki
SUNDAY, February 15, 2015
7:30 AM
Celebrant: Fr. Mazz
Lectors: Maryann Joseph, Steve Joseph
EMC: Tom Beltrante, Marlene Slimm,
Margaret Karbiwnyk, Vicki O’Malley
Altar Servers: Jake Armano, Josh Armano, Ainsley Benders,
Catherine Cendana, Jared Cruz
9:00 AM
Celebrant: Fr. Chris Bakey
Lectors: Mike Fiore, Christopher Cugini
EMC: Gloria Battista, Joe Bochanski, Rose Coston-McHugh,
Paula Fiore, Kathie Restuccio, Natalie Parker
Altar Servers: Faith Mintel, Xavier Ernest, John Paccione,
Michael Paccione, Marcello Oliveto
10:30 AM
Celebrant: Fr. Kevin Mohan Deacon: Al LaMonaca
Lectors: Zach Brooks, Norma Baker
EMC: Marge Mohr, Walt Bryson, Mary D’Ambrosio,
Joe D’Ambrosio, Charlie Dillin, Marian Dillin
Altar Servers: Lee Hughes, Christian Delacruz,
Robert Houck, Matthew Houck, Steven Matos
12:00 NOON
**CHILDRENS CHOIR**
Celebrant: Fr. Chris Bakey Deacon: Al LaMonaca
Lectors:William Hurley, Jill DelConte
EMC: Jean McErlain, Joanne Pohler, Jimmy Smith,
Peg Hoffman
Altar Sersvers: Tyler Parker, Lauren Parker,
Sophia DiCicco
6:00 PM
**YOUTH MASS**
Celebrant: Fr. Kevin Mohan Deacon: Jim Hallman
Lectors: Nick Alberti, George Creel
EMC: Karen Creel, Kaitlyn Creel, Kim Fahy, Mark Pesotski
Altar Servers: George Creel, Victoria Crowley, Joey Dieva,
Brandon Palazzo, Christopher Palazzo
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
St. Mary School News
St. Mary School is now accepting registrations for
3 and 4 year old preschool and Kindergarten
through 8th grade for the 2015-2016 school year.
Anyone interested in registering their child or for a
tour of St. Mary School, please call Jackie Kern in
the Advancement Office at 856-629-6190 ext. 34 or
by email at [email protected]
For more information about St. Mary School, please
visit our website at www.smarys.org.
SMS 100 CLUB
St. Mary School would like to invite Our Lady of
Peace parishioners, as well as family and friends,
who are business owners to participate in our SMS
100 Club. This program enables local businesses to
donate a tax-deductible gift of $100 to the St. Mary
School Annual Fund. Your business' generosity will
be acknowledged on our website, in our Annual
Report, and in a variety of written communication
to our school families during the 2014-2015 school
year. Your business name will be seen by close to
400 school families as well as the hundreds of
visitors to our website and recipients of our Annual
Report. We welcome our local businesses to take
part in this initiative which greatly supports our
school. Our goal is to have at least 100 businesses
participate in our program.
For more information and the required SMS 100
club form, please visit our website at
www.smarys.org. Forms may also be found in the
information racks at the entrance of the Church.
You may also mail in your payment and business
name and contact to St. Mary School, SMS 100
Club, 32A Carroll Ave., Williamstown, NJ 08094.
For further information, please contact Jackie Kern
in
the
Advancement
Office
at
[email protected] or 856-629-6190
ext. 34.
TAX LETTER
Anyone who would like a letter stating their
contributions for 2014 call the Parish Office at
629-6142 and leave your name and number.
YOUTH GROUP
Jesus' Fish Jr. Youth Group 6-8th grade
SAVE THE DATES...The Jesus fish 8th grade (only) over
night retreat is March 6-7th at THE John Paul II retreat house
in Vineland. More details to follow. There will be an optional
parent info night on Feb. 3rd from 6-7pm in St. Joseph's
Room.
SAVE THE DATES... The JP2 high school weekend retreat
is Feb. 20th - 22nd at THE John Paul II Retreat House in
Vineland. You don’t want to miss this awesome experience!!!
More details to follow.
ACTS Young Adults, 18-28 years old
February 9th & 16th we will have
a 3 Part Series on
Spiritual Warfare with presenter Barbara Bailey. All
3 meetings will be in the St. Joseph room from 79pm. A brief description of Barbara’s presentation
is below:
In this presentation Barbara will point out the
subtlety of Satan in entering people’s lives and
especially his desire to lead young people away
from God at every opportunity. She will also
present those things that can combat him and
help us draw closer to God in all aspects of our
lives.
It's especially important today to understand
that we are fighting a battle that we must win.
Never before, have Christians been so openly
discriminated against. More Christians were
martyred in the 20th century than through all of
history. The massacres continue today all over
the world and in our own country, Christians are
threatened every day in the workplace, schools
etc. because of their refusal to deny Christ and
His teachings. We know that God will be
victorious, but we need to be prepared on all
fronts to fight the enemy.
February 23rd: We will begin a new
Fr. Baron Series, “Priest, Prophet, and King” in the St.
Joseph room from 7-9pm.
+he ROCK at St. Joe's High School:
Meets after school in the Red Brick Building
on February 9th
+he ROCK at Williamstown High School:
Meets after school in D214 on February 19th
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Sign ups are now available for the upcoming
"Raging Fire" retreats held at the John Paul II
Retreat House in Vineland, NJ.
The JP2 high school weekend retreat is February
20th-22nd.
The Jesus' Fish 8th grade over night retreat is
March 6-7th.
Information and forms can be found on
www.YouthGroupInfo.com
Frozen Movie Night with
Elsa, Anna & Olaf!
th
Sunday, February 15 from
6-9pm (doors will not open
before 6pm) Held in Assumption Hall (St. Mary’s school
gym)
Proceeds help support the Youth and Young Adult’s
attending the Betania Venezuela Pilgrimage this August.
$10 for children (ages 2-14 yrs old)
Infants 1 and under are free!
Adult admission free with a paid child’s admission
COST INCLUDES:
• Meet and greet with Elsa, Anna & Olaf from 6-7pm only
(Bring your camera)
Theology on Tap is a speaker and discussion
series for women and men in their 20s and 30s,
married and single.
Topic: In the Gospel of St. Matthew, Jesus asks
“Have you not read that... a man shall leave his
father and mother and be joined to his wife, and
the two shall become one flesh (Mt. 19:4-5)?” If
that is the case, then why are many of us single?
Come join fellow young adults and delve into the
meaning of living the single vocation in relation to
God’s divine plan for us.
Guest Speaker: Carolina Soares
Carolina is a team member of the Mother Boniface
Spirituality Center for Youth and Youth Ministry.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Theology from
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of
Theology at Seton Hall University.
When: Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Where: Dubh Linn Square, 482 E. Evesham Road
Cherry Hill
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
It’s a great chance to hear from other dynamic
young adults and engage in meaningful
conversations in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.
No cost to attend. Participants are welcome to
purchase food and beverages. For more info: (856)
583-6122,[email protected], or
join “Theology on Tap – South Jersey” on
Facebook or follow “Theology on Tap SJ” on
Twitter.
• A Frozen Tattoo
• Color page competition with Prizes
• Unlimited popcorn & drinks
• Viewing of the Frozen movie (Movie starts @7:15pm)
Pre-purchasing tickets is strongly encouraged.
To purchase tickets drop in the collection basket at Mass or
bring to the parish offices attn: Kari Janisse. Tickets will be
held at the door for you to pick up on 2/15. Tickets will
also be sold at the door that night.
Name________________________________
Phone #_____________________________
# of Kids ticket(s) ____
#of Adult ticket(s) ____
Total enclosed $ ____________
*Please make checks payable to “Our Lady of Peace”.
Questions email:
[email protected]
FAMILY CORNER
Jb 7:1-4,6-7, 1 Cor 9:16-19.22-23, Mk 1:29-39
We are reminded today of the importance of prayer and
reflection. Just as Jesus "went off to a lovely place in the
desert" to-be absorbed in prayer, we too, are invited to
spend time with the Lord. We are invited to spiritually
refresh ourselves in the way Jesus taught us.
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Adults: How can I prepare myself to be more
purposeful about sharing the Good News?
Children: How do I share my faith and trust in Jesus
with my friends or classmates?
STEWARDSHIP
Stewards Pray Always
“Rising very early before dawn, he left and went off to
a deserted place, where he prayed…He told them, ‘Let
us go on to the nearby villages that I may preach there
also. For this purpose have I come.’” - MARK 1:35,
38
In today’s Gospel reading we see a perfect example of
Stewardship. Jesus gives His time to do all that God
wishes - healing the sick and preaching. Yet, Jesus
also makes time to be alone in prayer. It is through
prayer, spending time with God, that we find the
strength to do what God wishes us to do. Be sure to
find time every day to be with God.
PLEASE HELP!! We wish to thank all
of those who have given to our Food
Pantry. We are very grateful for the help
you have already given us, but
unfortunately the need is ongoing.
The Pantry has plenty of canned corn, green beans.
Please supply canned fruit, pasta, instant mashed
potatoes, boxed rice and canned pasta (Chef
Boyardee, spaghetti o’s.
You may give a monetary donation place in an envelope
marked Social Concerns and drop in the Offertory.
Anything you can give will be greatly appreciated.
The Social Concerns Ministry thanks you and May
God Bless you.
God calls us to be good stewards of creation in all
the gifts he has blessed us with. As we begin our
Lenten Journey, walking with our brothers and
sisters around the world who are hungry and in
need, we pray that these, our Lenten sacrifices, may
be on offering of solidarity and a promise of
continuing work on behalf of all poor and
vulnerable people. As good stewards of God’s
many gifts may we always remember to love our
neighbor as ourselves. And whenever we feed the
hungry, give drink to the thirsty or cloth the naked,
may we remember that we are encountering the
risen Christ.
We asked you to join our parish
community-and many more than then 13,000
Catholic communities across United States-a lifechanging Lenten Journey with CRS rice bowls. As
we help the Holy Spirit changed the world.
Rice bowls had been sent home with the Catholic
school children and with the religious education
children. If you have no children in these programs
you may pick up your rice bowl aftermaths.
Please return your donation by April 12, 2015.
Thank you for your support.
ANNULMENT AND MARRIAGE
ISSUES WORKSHOP
Are you or a loved one considering a Church
annulment? Do you have a prior marriage that
needs to be annulled? If you were married outside
of the Catholic Church, would you want your
marriage to become a sacrament?
If the answer is “Yes” to any of these questions,
please consider attending a workshop that will focus
on these and other important marriage issues on
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
at:
Our Lady of Peace Parish
Marian Hall
32 Carroll Avenue
Williamstown, New Jersey 08094
The workshop will be presented by the staff of the
Camden Tribunal and there will be a period for
questions at the end of the workshop.
SPIRITUAL ADOPTION
The tiny life of our spiritually adopted child remains
unknown to his or her mother, yet the Father and
Creator of all life, knows and loves this child.
“Truly you have formed my inmost being; you knit
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
me in my mother’s womb…My soul also you knew
full well; nor was my frame unknown to you When I
was made in secret.” Psalm 139:13-15
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you very much. I
beg you to spare the life of the unborn child I have
spiritually adopted from the danger of abortion.
Amen.
March
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April
April
May
May
June
June
July
August
August
3PM MH 2nd Sunday of Lent
7PM
9 Days Novena &
Residence Feast of San Pedro
Calungsod
5
3PM MH Easter Sunday
3
3PM MH 5th Sunday of Easter
17
3PM AH 4th Santacruzan Festival
At Our Lady of Peace Parish
7
3PM MH The Most Holy Body and
Blood of Christ
22/27 5-10PM
Carnival Week at OLOPP
5
3PM MH 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
2
3PM MH 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time
16
1-7PM Park 4th Filipino & Friends Parish
Picnic
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25
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Our Lady’s Women’s Retreat Group for
Malvern St. Joseph’s in the Hills
September 18-20, 2015
Refresh your soul
For more information please contact Maggie
DiLolle at [email protected] or
856-357-0552.
Public Rosary
The next public rosary in response to Our Lady
of Fatima's call will be held on Friday the 13th at
12 noon in front of St. Mary's church. Bring a
chair, dress appropriately, and plan to pray for
the conversion of our country!
The Filipino Ministry of
Our Lady of Peace Parish
“ Believe, Unite and Share our Faith”
Ou r L ady of P eace Pa ris h
Wi lli a mst own, N J U.S. A.
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Month Day Time Venue Feast/Celebrations
Our Lady of Peace Parish
St. Mary’s Church Choir
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
“YOU ARE THE CHRIST”, a musical
Cantata WILL BE PRESENTED BY OUR
CHOIR at 7:30pm on Saturday, March 21, 2015,
under the direction of Jon Agresta, and live
Tableau, directed by Nancy Fleck and Irene Kacy.
The choir will entertain with a full array of songs
that tell the Easter story through Peter’s reflection
on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. All are
invited to attend. Admission is free. Donations of
any non-perishable food item for our food pantry
are requested. Refreshments will be served after the
event in Marian Hall. Please come out and support
our music ministry while enjoying a beautiful
cantata that is sure to move your spirit and guide
you toward the Risen Christ during this holiest of
seasons. It is a great way to get- ready for Holy
Week and Easter.
Thoroughly Modern Millie Dinner Theater at Paul VI.
Meet the talented cast and crew of Thoroughly Modern
Mille at a special dinner theater production held on
Saturday February 21st. Your admission includes a
buffet dinner from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. featuring
appetizers, dinner, dessert and a reserved seat for the
Saturday evening performance at 7:30. Tickets are
$24 for adults and $10 for children 10 & under. To
reserve at ticket, please email [email protected]
Paul VI Alumni Night at the Play. PVI Alumni are
invited to visit their alma mater for the Friday
February 27th 7:30 p.m. performance of Thoroughly
Modern Millie. General admission ticket prices of
$12 include seating in the newly renovated theater and a
complimentary wine and cheese held before the show
from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. Please contact Mary Anne
Yeager at [email protected] to make a reservation.
Be sure to include your name, graduation year, and
number of tickets needed.
TABLEAU
San Alfonso Retreat
March 27 to March 29, 2015
ALL ARE WELCOME
For the Cantata Tableau all cast members (Actors)
and anyone that wish to participate (all are
welcome). We are especially in need of male
Actors because at Easter we need the 12 Apostles,
Herod, Pontius Pilate, Roman guards, etc.
Practices will be on Sundays in the 8B classroom at
12:30PM.
If you like to participate please call 856-629-6142
x38.
Thank you Nancy Fleck and Irene Kacy
Spiritual Retreat For Women
Long Branch, New Jersey
3/27 to 3/29/2015
$200 per person(meals included)
Deposit of $50.00 due now
Balance $150.00 due upon arrival
PLEASE MAKE DEPOSIT CHECK OUT TO
San Alfonso Retreat House
AND SEND TO: Linda DiCugno, 344 Aldeberan Dr,
Sewell , NJ 08080
DEPOSIT--- $50.00
BALANCE --- UPON ARRIVAL $150.00
NAME___________________
ADDRESS________________
PHONE_______________
SPECIAL NEEDS__________
Paul VI High School presents Thoroughly Modern
Millie. Please join us for our stellar production of this
Broadway classic in our newly renovated theater.
Evening performances will be held at Paul VI on
February 20th, 21st, 27th, and 28th at 7:30 p.m.;
Matinee is at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 22nd.
Tickets are $12 each for general admission, and may
be purchased at the door, or can be reserved by visiting
our website at www.pvihs.org to download a ticket
order form or by emailing Nicole Estrella at
[email protected]
PLEASE CUT THIS HALF AND SEND
WITH YOUR DEPOSIT TO MY ADDRESS ABOVE
RCIA
(Rite of Christian
Initiation of adults)
On Monday, February 16, 2015
Fr. Mazz and Deacon John Kacy will do
a presentation to the RCIA candidates
on the Sacrament of Healing, Anointing
and Penance in Marian Hall at 7 PM.
This class is open to anyone
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, FEBRUARY 8, 2015
who would like to attend.
diocese will be asked to bring food donations to
area food banks. For more information, contact
Our Point Person Rose Otto at the Our Lady of
Peace Parish Office 629-6142 ext. 39.
Second Annual OLOP Marriage Day
WHAT WE’RE COLLECTING
Renew Your Marriage Vows
Remember the sparkle in your eyes
And the love in your heart
On your wedding day.
Fr. Mazz invites all married
Couples to relive that special
Moment and renew your vows on
Sunday, March 15, 2015
At the 10:30 AM Mass.
A reception will follow with
Light refreshments in Marian Hall
Please RSVP for reception by
Sunday, March 8, 2015
FRUIT & VEGETABLES
Canned Vegetables
Canned Vegetable Juice
Canned Tomato Products
Canned Spaghetti Sauce
Canned Fruit
Applesauce
Canned Fruit Juice
PROTEINS
Canned Tuna Fish
Canned Chicken
Canned Soup
Canned Beans
Canned Chili
Canned Beef Stew
Peanut Butter
Plea se b ring t o Mas s a weddin g pic tu re
of y ou t o sh a re wi th t he othe r c oup les.
Second Annual OLOP Marriage Day
Mr/Mrs ___________________________
(Name of Couple)
Number of Children Attending _________
Total Attending ____________________
Month/Day/Year of Marriage __________
mm/dd/yyyy
The newest and longest married couple
will be acknowledged.
Please place your RSVP in the collection
Basket by Sunday, March 8, 2015
February 28, 2015 – March 1, 2015
In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus tells us that
whenever we feed the least of our brothers and
sisters, we feed Jesus himself. At this time of the
year, many food pantries find themselves with
empty shelves while the requests for food are still
great.
In response, the Diocese of Camden is organizing
its second annual faithFULL Food Drive. On
Sunday, March 1, every parish and school in the
Food Donations can be dropped off
at all Masses
during the weekend of
February 28, 2015 – March 1, 2015