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  • Saint Joseph ROMAN CATHOLIC Church

    973-383-1985

    Schedule of Masses

    Weekdays Monday and Tuesday at 8:00am

    Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 12:05pm

    Saturday (Vigil) at 5:00pm

    Sundays 8:00am, 9:30am 11:30am and 6:00pm

    (All are in church)

    Misa en Espanol todos los Domingos a las 2:30pm

    Sacrament of

    Reconciliation

    Saturday 4:00pm-4:30pm

    Sacraments of Baptism,

    Marriage &

    Personal Appointments

    Please call the Parish Center

    May 22, 2016

    “Glory be to the Father and to the Son

    and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning,

    is now and ever shall be world without end.”

    Amen.

  • Our Parish Family is Served By

    Weekly Mass Intentions

    Father ST Sutton, Administrator 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    Father Edward Davey, Pastor Emeritus

    Deacon Gerald Hanifan Deacon Alfred Kucinski Deacon Thomas Zayac

    Deborah Henegan, Director of Faith Formation (Elementary) 973-383-8413 - [email protected]

    Sarah Samanns, - Director of Faith Formation (High School) 973-383-8413 - [email protected]

    Kelly Dachisen, Director of Music Ministry [email protected]

    Anne Lundgren, Office Manager 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    Karen Glowatski, Office Assistant 973-383-1985 - [email protected]

    TRUSTEES OF THE PARISH Dorothy Bosi, George Hayek and

    Gerard Woodring.

    Saint Joseph Regional School 20 Jefferson Street - 973-383-2909

    Mrs. Patricia A. Klebez, Principal

    Saturday 5/21 5:00pm Mary Reskovac Hughes Karen Gormley JoAnn Price

    Sunday May 22nd

    The Most Holy Trinity

    8:00am

    9:30am

    11:30am

    6:00pm

    Brian Seippel

    Pearl Polc Nicholas Marino

    Francis & Stella Covel Intentions of Miriam Ferriera

    Heather Kerwick

    Monday 5/23 8:00am Heather Kerwick

    Tuesday 5/24 8:00am Intentions of Isabel Valentine

    Wednesday 5/25 12:05pm Helen Lacken

    Thursday 5/26 12:05pm Anthony L. Esposito

    Friday 5/27 12:05pm Marion Lintlop

    Saturday 5/28 5:00pm Jack McGuigan Heather Kerwick

    Sunday May 29th

    The Most Holy Body and Precious Blood of Christ

    8:00am

    9:30am

    11:30am 6:00pm

    Heather Kerwick

    Intentions of Patricia Fitzpatrick

    Emilia Alonso James Goettisheim Edmund Rowan Jr. NO MASS

    Let us remember in our prayers the following member of our parish

    family who are sick and in need of the Lord’s healing hand:

    Susan Allanson, Ron Ayers, Fred Bender,

    Mary Benziger, Irene Bitsko, Jennifer DiNardo, Ted Eis, Pat Fitzpatrick, Susan Kadar, Jessica Kirby,

    Kerri Knight, Peter Mahler, Linda Marucci, Betty Mastrelli, Karen Morrison,

    Greg Orvetz, Karen Orvetz, Michael Palumbo, Elizabeth Roberts, Michael Ryan, Eleanore Shaffer, Carol Strand, Gerri VanRiper, Rosemary Woodring

    and Rita Zimich.

    The Most Holy Trinity – May 22, 2016

    The Sanctuary Lamp which burns near

    the tabernacle in church is the reminder

    of our Lord’s presence in the Most Holy Eucharist,

    will burn in loving memory of:

    Heather Kerwick

    May she now be resting in the peace

    of the heavenly kingdom!

    The hosts and wine which will become the Holy

    Body and Precious Blood of our Lord, were

    given in loving memory of:

    David Dugan

    May he also be resting in the

    joy of God’s presence!

    WEEKLY REMEMBRANCE

    “Oremus pro invicem”

    mailto:[email protected]

  • Monday, May 23 7:00pm Bereavement Rosary (Church) Thursday, May 26 1:00-2:00pm Legion of Mary (Parish Center) 7:30pm Choir Practice (Church) 7:30-8:30pm Faith Formation Registration (Community Center) Saturday, May 28 5:00pm Mass Diocesan Food Drive Sunday, May 29 All Masses Diocesan Food Drive

    This week’s events

    May 29, 2016 Genesis 14:18-20

    1 Corinthians 11:23-26 Gospel of Saint Luke 9:11b-17

    Weekend readings

    FAITH FORMATION GRADES 1-10

    PARISH WEEKEND DONATIONS

    May 15th Collection $6,640

    Attendance: 744 Thank you for your generosity!

    The FINAL date to register your children for Faith Formation is:

    Thursday, May 26th at 7:00pm All registrations will take place in the Community Center. If you have not made one of the three (3) meetings and have not contacted the Faith Formation Office, your child/ren will not be accepted into Faith Formation this coming year. Unfortunately, Grandparents and relatives may not register their Grandchildren.

    Please note that Confirmation classes are for Catholic school children, home schooled children as well as children in public schools.

    Catholic charities

    This is a reminder next weekend, the Feast of Corpus Christi, our parish will participate in a Diocesan-wide food collection for the poor. This collection will help us offer assistance to those most in need in our Diocesan community of Morris, Passaic and Sussex Counties. The entire Diocese of Paterson will join together in this effort. Remember: Saint Joseph has been asked to provide canned meats or fish of any kind. Kindly bring your food donations with you at Mass next weekend. Cash donations will also be accepted.

    6:00 PM MASS Suspended

    concert

    Starting Memorial Weekend, May 29th through Labor Day, September 4th, there will be NO 6:00pm Mass on Sunday. The 6:00pm Mass will resume Sunday, September 11th.

    On Sunday, June 5th at 2:00pm in the Community Center, Saint Joseph Church will be sponsoring a con- cert by Pushingstone Ministries, (which includes our

    own Lori Malvey). Pushingstone Ministries is made up of local Catholic musicians who seek to spread Jesus’

    Name through song, dance and poetry.

    The concert is free with free will offering to the food pantry.

    Women’s retreat

    Sacred Heart Spirituality Center will hold its Women’s Retreat the weekend of June 10-12, 2016. The theme for this retreat is: “Live Mercy!” It will focus on how God’s abundant and unconditional Mercy towards us calls forth a gospel response to live mercy ever deeper in our own lives. A weekend experience creates a special bond and climate among the retreatants and allows the time to relax and recharge. However, if someone is unable to make the entire weekend, there is the possibility of coming on Saturday only. Please call 973-383-2620 or email [email protected] for more information.

    The registration form is on the website at : sacredheartspiritualitycenter.org.

    WEEKDAY MASSES

    Beginning Monday, June 6th all weekday Masses will be at 12:05 pm.

    There will no longer be an 8:00 am Mass on Mondays or Tuesdays.

  • A tribute to my brother priest, Father Michael Burke

    It was a Saturday, May 15, 1976 when Deacon Michael Burke laid on the floor of the Cathedral of Saint John in Paterson, New Jersey as The Most Reverend Bishop Lawrence Bernard Brennan Casey placed his hands on his head and anointed the palms of his hands with Chrism as he continued the tradition of ordaining priests in the Name of the Catholic Church and in the person of Jesus Christ.

    After ordination, Father Burke went on to further studies and received his Masters in Sacred Theology and then earning a law degree where he received his “Juris Doctor” (JD) Degree. At the invitation of Bishop Frank Rodimer (the successor to bishop Casey) Father Burke was invited to work in the chancery office assisting the diocese in helping assure immigrant visas to priests, deacons, seminarians and the faithful. It was here that Father Michael fell in love with the poor.

    On the Feast of Pentecost, almost to the same exact hour of the same day, with Bishop Rodimer present, Father Michael celebrated forty years a priest in the Diocese of Paterson at Saint Brendan Church in Clifton, where he presently resides, with many parishioners and brother priests throughout the diocese.

    Father Michael is not your “typical” priest and that is probably why he has become such a great friend, confidant and source of many laughs throughout my own tenure in the diocese. Most recently, Father has been visiting Newton to celebrate the Sunday evening Masses and from time to time assisted with daily Mass when I have not been able. In this short period of time, Father Michael has endeared himself to so many of the faithful here in Newton. His unique and reverent style of celebrating Mass where he is not afraid to speak about his favorite subject, himself, coupled with his world travels and unique experience of being a priest and an attorney, all make him the lovable priest, man and friend that he has become to so many.

    Most recently, Father Michael was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and even after the misdiagnosis of it not being serious, Father received this sad news with great faith and hope. He continues to have treatments and we continue to fervently pray for his complete and quick recovery.

    But today, the Church, the diocese, Saint Brendan Church, Saint Jo