St. Michael’s Parish Family St. Michael the Archangel Church Served by: On the corner of Ridge Rd. and Page Ave. Rectory and Parish Office: 624 Page Ave, Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 Sunday Masses: Anticipated Saturday evening at: 5:00 PM Sunday at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:15 AM (in Polish), and 11:30 AM, 7:00 PM (in Polish) Weekday Masses: 7:00 AM, 8:00AM and Noon Holy Days: Please, see second page for schedule Sacrament of Reconciliation - Confession: Saturday: 4:00 to 5:00 PM Weekdays: Before Mass Miraculous Medal Novena: Mondays at 7:00 PM Sacrament of Baptism: Call the rectory for scheduling and preparation Sacrament of Matrimony: Engaged couples should make arrangements at least one year prior to their wedding. Call the rectory to speak to one of the priests for scheduling and preparation Sacrament of the Sick: Urgent calls at any time. Holy Communion and visitation by arrangement With Song: St. Michael’s English Choir and St. Cecilia’s Polish Choir welcome new members. Please, call the rectory Teaching the Good News: Angel Academy: Offering Pre-K 3 & Pre-K 4 Program CCD on Sunday Mornings: Religious education and Sacramental preparation for Public School Students in grades 1-8. Class begins with Mass at 9:00 AM in Church and ends in the classroom at 11:00 AM. Two years of preparation are required for the Sacraments of First Penance and First Holy Communion, and 8 years for the Sacrament of Confirmation Rev. Stanley S. Kostrzomb, Pastor Rev. Ireneusz Pierzchala, Parochial Vicar Rev. John Quill, In Residence Rev. George Sharp, Assistant in Residence Deacon Reynaldo Trinidad Gene DeHaven and Michelle Latko, Trustees Michael Mages Business Manager Mary Ann Lesny, Parish Secretary Genevieve Mazur, Director of Liturgical Music Nick Uliano, Co-ordinator of Ushers Roberta Pocius, Director of Angel Academy Gene DeHaven, Director of Religious Ed Telephone Numbers: Parish Office: (201) 939-1161 Fax: (201) 939-7571 Angel Academy: (201) 939-0350 Parish Web Site: www.st-michael.org Parish e-mail: [email protected] Rosary Society: Meetings take place on the 2nd Monday of each month (except July and August) in the Rectory Meeting Room. New members are welcomed Holy Name Society: Meetings take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month (except July and August) in the Rectory Meeting Room. New members are welcomed Śpowiedź: Dni powszednie: przed każdą Mszą Św. Sobota: 16:00-17:00 Chrzty: W każdą niedzielę o 13:00. Prosimy o zgłoszenie się po informacje do któregoś z księży lub kancelarii parafialnej Sakrament Małżeństwa: Należy zgłosić się do jednego z księży minimum rok przed planowanym terminem ślubu Nauka Religii: Dla wszystkich dzieci szkół publicznych. Zajecia rozpoczynają się w niedzielę Msza św. o 9:00 i konczą o 11:15. Dwa lata programu przygotowawczego sa wymagane aby przystapic do Sakramentu Pierwszej Spowiedzi i Komunii Św, oraz 8 lat aby przystąpic do Sakramentu Bierzmowania Sakrament Chorych: W sprawie odwiedzin chorych, w domu lub w szpitalu, proszę dzwonić do kancelarii parafialnej Kancelaria Parafialna Czynna: Dni powszednie: 9:00 do 19:00 Sobota: 9:00 do 13:00 Polska Szkoła: Nauka odbywa się w piątki od 17:00 do 20:00 SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT MARCH 1, 2015 SATURDAY—FEBRUARY 28—SOBOTA 5:00 † Carmela Cefalo—All the Fiorito Granddaughters SUNDAY– MARCH 1—NIEDZIELA 7:30 † James Tomney—John & Roberta Dulinski 9:00 † Lucila Tigges-Barlassina—Love, The Family 10:15 † Eugenia Matlosz 11:30 † Kenneth & Joseph Horyd—Mom & Dad 7:00PM † Janusz Kuzak MONDAY—MARCH 2—PONIEDZIAŁEK 7:00 † Adele Tchorzewski– Jean Wilczynski 8:00 † Jeanne Aragona 12:00 † Domenica Fesi—Joanne Malaniak TUESDAY– MARCH 3– WTOREK— (St. Katharine Drexel) 7:00 † Tadeusz Dytrych—Krystyna & Jan Kornak 8:00 Blessings for Family—Kinga i Greg Skora 12:00 † Elizabeth Tita—Daughter, Eileen WEDNESDAY—MARCH 4—SRODA (St. Casimir) 7:00 † Ann Uliano—Husband, Nick 8:00 † Jane Zelna—Carol & Ernie Paolazzi 12:00 † Josephine Kardell—Sister-in-law, Evelyn Famularo THURSDAY—MARCH 5—CZWARTEK 7:00 Kasey Kornak (Birthday) - Parents 8:00 † Deceased Members of the Venturini Family—Firko Family 12:00 † William & Josephine Serzan— Daughter-in-law, Irene FRIDAY—MARCH 6—PIĄTEK 7:00 † John Erwin—Jill & Todd Rado and Family 8:00 † Mary Ann Wilson—Maurice Torraca 12:00 † Mary DeMarris—Henrietta Polomski SATURDAY—MARCH 7—SOBOTA (Sts. Perpetua & Felicity) 7:30 † Jan F. Niedzialek—Kowalski Family 5:00 † Mary Anne Klotz (12th Anniv) - John Klotz NEXT SUNDAY—MARCH 8—NIEDZIELA 7:30 † Ryszard Stroz—Son & Family 9:00 † Ruth Hryszko—Diane McCullom 10:15 † Wladyslawa & Jozefa Nowak i Cala RodzinaDaughter 11:30 † Leo Munczinski Jr. (28th Anniv) - Wife, Helen and Children 7:00PM † Martha & Edward Wierzbicki Gorzkie Zale takes place at 6:30pm before the 7:00pm Mass every Sunday For the week of March 1st , the Altar Candles were given in loving memory of Dear Friend, Aldonna Pilas from Friend, Louise Stack. For the week of March 1st, the Pope John Paul II Votive will burn in loving memory of James Tomney from John and Roberta Dulinski. Examination of Conscience continued from last week... 3. Remember to keep holy the Lord's Day. Do I try to keep Sunday as a day of prayer, rest, and relaxation, avoiding unnecessary work? Have I deliberately come late or left early from Mass without a good reason? 4. Honor your father and your mother. Do I honor and respect my parents? Have I deliberately hurt my parents? Do I treat my children with love and respect? Do I support and care for the well-being of all family members? Have I neglected family duties? Do I honor and obey my lawful superiors? 5. You shall not kill. Have I deliberately harmed anyone? Have I had an abortion or encouraged an abortion? Have I attempted suicide or seriously considered it? Have I abused drugs or alcohol? Have I led anyone to sin through bad example or through direct encouragement? 6. You shall not commit adultery. For the married: Am I faithful to my spouse in thought and action? Have I used artificial contraception, or been sterilized? Was I married outside the Church without proper permission of the Church? For the unmarried: Have I engaged in sexual activity with anyone of either sex? For all: Have I deliberately viewed pornographic magazines, videos or internet websites? Have I done impure actions alone or with another? Have I used impure language or told impure jokes? Do I dress modestly? 7. You shall not steal. Have I stolen or accepted stolen goods? Have I deliberately destroyed the property of others? Have I cheated anyone of what I owe? Do I gamble excessively? Do I share what I have with the poor and the Church according to my means? Have I pirated materials: videos, music, software? The conclusion is next week. See also: http://www.kofc.org/rc/en/ publications/cis/devotional/ GuideToConfession2075.pdf Fr. Stanley Archdiocese of Newark Catholic Men’s Conference Saturday, March 14, 2015 Seton Hall University , South Orange 8:00am—4:00pm Register early online at www.rcanmenscommission.org Or call at 973-497-4545. Women’s Commission Day of Reflection Saturday, March 7, 2015 Seton Hall University, South Orange 9:00am—5:00pm For more information and registration visit. www.rcan.org/womcom or call 973-497-4545 We welcome Our Newly Baptized in Christ to our St. Michael’s Family: Julian Matteo Presutti Julia Araujo St. Peter’s University and St. Peter’s Prep communities cordially invite you to a musical celebration of praise during this Lenten Season. Tickets can be purchased at the door the day of the event or online at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/1285055 . The event name is: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam Choral Festival 2015. The collections taken up last weekend was: 1st Collection—$2,777.00 2nd Collection- $1,184.00 We would like to dedicate this section of our bulletin for any immediate family members of parishioners who are currently active in the Military. If you would like a family member included on our “Service Prayer List”, please call the Rectory. SERVICE PRAYER LIST Please , pray for those who are sick, especially: Claire Jasinski Karen Kirschenman John Caracciola Louis Bottone Charles Fersch Valerie Pogoda Joan Morreale Jasmine Dursun Sharon Strickland Carmine Morreale Sakura Ibarrola Karen Rubin Richard Fontana Bill McGill Judith Battone Edward J. Flanagan, Sr. Pat Killeen Denise Ayers Lorraine Slaby Josephine Toczylowski Frank Ruff, Jr. Paul T. Komisar, Jr. Alma Compel Cynthia Hower Josephine Bednarz John Poturaj Angelina Edelman Donna Zwolinski Victor Luiz Arena Jean Wilczynski Rosina Calamusa Joseph Reilly Vito Petrone Jenna Cruz Judy Gagel Susan Goodwin Joseph Pietrucha Barbara Mazzerell Robert Reilly Louis R. Caracciola Caridad Diaz Baby Ryan Joseph Lomuscio Ralph Rossano Juan Barrera Charine Sherry Stanley C. Dembowski Marie Thomas Lorraine Tartell Frank Polomski Celeste Ladagona Please note that it is necessary to call the rectory every two weeks if you want a name in the bulletin for Prayer for the Sick. We cannot accept requests that a name be on the list for more than two weekly bulletins at a time. If you want a name on this list, you must call the rectory or drop off a note with the name before the bulletin goes to print. Bulletin goes to print on Tuesdays Franklin Chapman Laura and Brian Falk Christopher Ruff Anthony Avella David Pickard David Dillon Michael DiGesu Joseph Campolattaro Ryan Lee Thomas D. D’Alessio Robert Tagliabue Anthony Tagliabue Chad Brown Alexandra Karwoski Stations of the Cross During Lent Stations of the Cross in English takes place every Friday after the 12:00 Noon mass Informacje Wielkopostne: Gorzkie Żale w języku polskim w każdą niedzielę o godz 18:30 Droga Krzyżowa, w języku polskim, w każdy piątek po Mszy Św o godz 19:00 Rekolekcje Wielkopostne: Rekolekcje Wielkopostne w języku polskim w naszej parafi będą trwały od niedzieli 1 marca do środy 4 marca. Nauki rekolekcyjne w tych dniach będzie głosił Ks. dr. Marek Wasąg, Msze Św. z nauką rekolekcyjną: Niedziela: We pray for those who have died this past week, especially: Sophie Wiercinski 10:15 i 19:00 Msze Św. z nauką rekolekcyjną i wystawieniem Najświętszego Sakramentu: Poniedziałek: Wtorek: 19:00 19:00 Środa: 19:00 2015 Lenten Regulations Monday thru Saturday—6:30am—rosary is recited Monday, March 2 Miraculous Medal Novena takes place every Monday evening at 7:00pm. Wednesday, March 4 Food Pantry meets at 10:00am in the Rectory. . Thursday, March 5 Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament takes place after the 7:00am Mass until 8:00pm. Wystawienie Najświętszego Sakramentu odbywa się po Mszy Sw o 7:00 i trwa do 20:00 Divine Mercy Novena at 7:15pm. St. Michael’s Youth Group takes place this week for Grades 6-8 in the school at 7:00– 8:30pm Bring a friend—All are welcome!! Friday, March 6 AA meeting at 7:30pm in the Lower Church Hall. Stations of the Cross in English after the 12 Noon Mass. Stations of the Cross in Polish at 7:30pm. Sunday, March 8 CCD classes begin with the 9:00am Mass immediately followed by class until 11:00am. Divine Mercy Novena The Divine Mercy Novena takes place each Thursday during the last hour of Adoration. It will begin at 7:15pm and conclude with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Please, participate in this powerful devotion. This is the time of mercy! 2nd Sunday of Lent “Here I am!, he answered.” - Genesis 22:11 It is easy to say, “Here I am, Lord,” when we are kneeling in church. Can we just as easily answer, “Here I am, Lord,” when we go home, when a neighbor needs our help, when a fellow parishioner asks us to join a committee, or when aletter asks for our financial help? These are often exactly the places where Jesus calls us to be. 1.The days of both Fast and Abstinence during Lent are Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. If possible, the fast on Good Friday is continued until the Easter Vigil (on Holy Saturday night) as the “paschal fast” to honor the suffering and death of the Lord Jesus and to prepare ourselves to share more fully and to celebrate more readily His Resurrection. The other Fridays of Lent are days of Abstinence. On a day of fast, only one full meal is permitted and two smaller meals which, if added together, would not exceed the main meal. Those between the ages of 18 and 59 are obliged to fast. On a day of Abstinence, no meat may be eaten. Those who have reached the age of 14 are obliged by the law of abstinence. 2. The obligation to observe the laws of fast and Abstinence “substantially”, or as a whole, is a serious obligation. 3. The Fridays of the year, outside of Lent, are designated as days of penance, but each individual may substitute for the traditional abstinence from meat some other practice of voluntary self—denial as penance. 4. The time for fulfilling the Paschal Precept (Easter Duty*) extends from the First Sunday of Lent, February 22, 2015 to The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, May 31, 2015. * Canon 920, 1. All the faithful, after they have been initiated into the Most Holy Eucharist, are bound by the obligation of receiving Communion at least once a year. St. Michael’s Parish Mission We will be having a Polish Mission which begins today, March 1st at the Polish Masses and continues March 2nd through March 4th at 7:00pm. St. Joseph Feast Day Celebration at St. Mary’s Church, Nutley, NJ. Join them for nine evenings of spiritual inspiration on the life of St. Joseph. The Novena will begin Tuesday evening, March 10th and continue each evening at 7:00pm in the Church and culminate on Thursday, March 19th , the solemnity of St. Joseph at 7pm with a Solemn Mass. For more information, email at COVER SHEET CHURCH NAME: St. Michael the Archangel BULLETIN NUMBER: 911048.301 Date of Publication: March 1, 2015 Number of Pages Transmitted: Special Instructions Cover + 4 text pages + this page = 6 St. Michael’s Youth Group Thursday, December 18th —Grades 9-12 Meet at the School from 7pm—8:30pm All are welcome!! Bring a friend!!!
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