The Catholic Community of Saint Joseph - sjnp. vest­bulo de la iglesia o en el centro parroquial

The Catholic Community of Saint Joseph - sjnp. vest­bulo de la iglesia o en el centro parroquial
The Catholic Community of Saint Joseph - sjnp. vest­bulo de la iglesia o en el centro parroquial
The Catholic Community of Saint Joseph - sjnp. vest­bulo de la iglesia o en el centro parroquial
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  • C : Corner of Jackson & Watchung Avenue P C C : 99 Westervelt Avenue North Plainfield, NJ 07060 P O P : 908.756.3383 H : 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Friday W S : www.SJNP.org

    Visit us on Facebook and our page The Catholic Community of St. Joseph

    PASTORAL STAFF

    Rev. George A. Farrell, Pastor / Prroco (ext 15) fathergeorgef@aol.com Rev. Roy Quesea, Parochial Vicar / Vicario Parroquial (ext 12) thayolo2000@yahoo.com Deacon Cesar Augusto Ortega Mary Foy, Pastoral Associate (ext 13) Religious Formation sjnpmaryfoy@yahoo.com Gerard Chiusano, Music Director (ext 18) ministries@gerardchiusano.com Carol Pawlowski, RCIA Leader carolpawlowski90@gmail.com Barbara Chippendale, Parish Secretary (ext 11) bvcsjc@hotmail.com Jean Valencia, Parish Secretary (ext 10) jjvalencia@aol.com Rev. Msgr. Richard J. Lyons, J.C.L., In Residence

    M S Saturday Vigil 4:00 PM

    Sunday Masses 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:30 PM Spanish, 6:00 PM Spanish

    Daily Mass (M-F) 12:10 PM Parish Center Chapel

    Holy Days 12:10 PM, 7:00 PM

    Holy Hour - First Fridays 7:00 PM

    S R Saturdays 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

    Also by appointment

    The Catholic Community of Saint Joseph

    Comunidad Catlica De San Jos

    Founded 1882

    The Most Holy Body & Blood of Jesus Christ

    June 3, 2018

    PARISH MEMBERSHIP The Catholic Community of St. Joseph is a place of welcome. If you are new to the parish, you are re-quested to register. Forms are available in the vesti-bule of the church or at the parish center. Please contact the parish office for more information 908.756.3383 or visit the parish website www.SJNP.org Thank you, and welcome! For information on sacraments, religious formation, or on how to become Catholic.please call the of-fice at 908 756-3383. MEMBRECA DE LA PARROQUIA La Comunidad Catlica de San Jos es un lugar acogedor. Si Ud. es nuevo en la parroquia, debe re-gistrarse. Los formularios estn disponibles en el vestbulo de la iglesia o en el centro parroquial. Pa-ra cualquier informacin adicional que requiera, contacte a la oficina parroquial al telfono 908.756.3383 o visite la pgina web de la parroquia www.SJNP.org. Gracias y bienvenido!

  • PRECIOSA SANGRE En esta solemnidad centramos nuestra atencin al Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo. Escuchamos el relato de reno-vacin de la antigua alianza, la cual Moiss sell rociando la sangre de animales en el altar de sacrificio, as como en las personas. Jess, cuya sangre es la sangre de la nueva alian-za, derram esa preciosa san-gre en la cruz para salvarnos del pecado y prometernos la vida eterna. La sangre es la

    fuente de vida que fluye por nuestro cuerpo. La preciosa sangre de Cristo es la fuente de vida de nuestro espritu. Que hoy, como el salmista, ofrezcamos un sacrificio de agradecimiento al Seor, cuyo cuerpo y sangre nos fortalecen para llevar la Buena Nueva a todos los que conoce-mos.

    PRECIOUS BLOOD On this solemnity we focus our attention on the Body and Blood of Christ. We listen to the story of the renewal of the old covenant, which Moses sealed by splashing the blood of animals on the altar of sac-rifice, as well as on the people. Jesus, whose blood is the blood of the new covenant, shed that precious blood on the cross, saving us from sin and promising us everlasting life. Blood is the life source that courses through our bodies. The precious blood of Christ is the life source for our spirits. Today may we, like the psalmist, offer a sacri-fice of thanksgiving to the Lord, whose Body and Blood strengthen us to bring the Good News to everyone we meet.

    TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE Los cristianos creemos que Jesucristo esta fsi-camente presente en el pan y el vino consagrado durante la Misa. Esta creencia es tan antigua como nuestra Iglesia, pero fue solo en el siglo XIII que los cristianos comenzaron a venerar la presencia sacramentada de Jess en la hostia. Fue durante esta poca que naci la fiesta de Corpus Cristi o la actual celebracin del Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cris-to. Muchas comunidades cristianas celebran esta fiesta con procesiones y cantos en honor al Santsi-mo Sacramento del altar. Recuerdo que en Texas el pueblo mxicoameri-cano cantaba: Bendito, bendito, bendito sea Dios, / los ngeles cantan y alaban a Dios (2x). Yo creo Dios mo que estas en el altar / oculto en la hostia ten vengo adorar (2x). Este canto enfatiza la verdadera presencia de Jess en el pan consagra-do, pero sus cantores ignoran el hecho que nosotros tambin fuimos consagrados en el Bautismo; con-sagrados para alter Cristus (otro Cristo) en el ve-cindario. En un mundo donde menos gente asiste a Misa el nico Corpus Cristi que la mayora de la gente secularizada ver es tu cuerpo. Ojal poda-mos comportarnos como buenos testigos de la fe y que proclamemos bendito, bendito siempre y en todo lugar. Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION The origins of todays solemnity lie in thirteenth-century Belgium. In those days, people seldom re-ceived Holy Communion, and never from the chal-ice. A nun in a troubled convent, Juliana of Lige, devoted her life to stirring up love for the Eucharist, lobbying for a feast day to honor the Blessed Sacra-ment with Masses and processions. Juliana may have been inspired by the Ascension Day processions in nearby Bruges. Crusaders brought a treasure home to Bruges from Constanti-nople in 1204: a reliquary said to contain a cloth from Joseph of Arimathea with which he had helped prepare the body of Jesus for burial. The stain on the cloth was said to be the holy blood itself, and so the people of Bruges built a great basilica to house the relic. Bruges became a great center of pilgrimage because of this treasure, and the procession of the Holy Blood is still one of the greatest festivals in Belgium today. The bishop carries the relic through the narrow streets, and the people wear medieval costumes and act out scenes from the Bible. Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.

  • SATURDAY, June 2 Ss. Marcellinus and Peter 4:00 P.M. Susan Cherasaro r/o Mr. & Mrs. W. Dudak

    SUNDAY, June 3 9:00 A.M. Rev. Louis DeTommaso r/o Peter & Kathy Branch 11:00 A.M. Marky & McMahon Families r/o Joyce & Jim Maynard 12:30 P.M. Jose Morena & Ana Leon r/o Family 6:00 P.M. For the People

    MONDAY, June 4 12:10 P.M. Marie Chufo r /o Bill & Carol Pyfer

    TUESDAY, June 5 St. Boniface 12:10 P.M. Michael J. Rebuth

    WEDNESDAY, June 6 St. Norbert 12:10 P.M. Josephine Sapp r/o Helck Family

    THURSDAY, June 7 12:10 P.M. Grace ONeill r/o June ONeill

    FRIDAY, June 8 The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 12:10 P.M. Peter & Mary Ryden r/o Vicky Ryden

    SATURDAY, June 9 4:00 P.M. Fran Pipia r/o Vivian Sturz SUNDAY, June 10 9:00 A.M. Romeo VanBuskirk r/o Hank & Kathy Soule 11:00 A.M. Jack Kaesinger r/o Carley Family 12:30 P.M. Humberto Conosa r/o wife, Rosa & Family

    A TIME TO HEAL..Please pray for those in our Parish, who are sick, especially those names listed in our Book of Petitions and those residents in our local Nursing Homes, especially: Rosemarie Caruso Avalon, Hillsborough, NJ and Tom Luckenbach Autumn Lake Healthcare in | Berkeley Heights, NJ

    Sacrament of the Sick & Homebound Parishioners

    The Parish Office may be called at any time for the Sacrament of the Sick as well as arrangements for

    Eucharist to the sick and homebound.

    PRAYER FOR OUR TROOPS Please pray for the safety of our men and women in the military service who are supporting our country faithfully. Danielle Aponte, Nicholas Bellizzi,

    Michael Camp, Mario Daniel Chambergo, Sean Cummins, Joseph A. Duffy, Joseph Ellis,

    William N. Isele, Martha McMullen, John McMullen, Carlos Pareja, Jeremy Pickens,

    Luke Rooney, Antonio Salazar Solis

    CANDLE & FLOWER INTENTIONS

    Sanctuary Candle burns this week in memory of Enrique Daniel Riveral

    r/o Charles Van Pelt

    St. Joseph Candle burns in memory of Noel Francese r/o wife Ann

    Sacred Heart Candle burns in memory of Mary Komasko & Msgr. Torney r/o Vicky Ryden

    St. Anthony Candle burns for Special Intentions of Joyce & Jim Maynard

    May 27, 2018 . . . . . $4, 629.00

    Your generosity is so important in order that we may serve our Parish

    needs more effectively. Remember St. Joseph Church in your will. Thank you.

    2018 Calendar Raffle

    Winners Congratulations to our Calendar

    Raffle winners.

    March 20 Rocco Fonte $100 March 27 Dario Jimenez $100 April 3 Richard Townsend $100 April 10 Marc Hudock $100 April 17 Gayla LaCross $100 April 24 Rocco Fonte $100 May 1 Mary Sweeney $100 May 8 ILA Local 1478-2 $100 May 15 Jennifer Romanoski $200 May 22 Nelson Arbeu $500 May 29 Vincent Cameron $1000 Thank you very much for your support towards

    our successful 2018 Calendar Raffle

    No Confessions on Saturday, June 9th. The priests will be at St. Francis

    Cathedral in Metuchen for ordinations of priests.

  • Have you suffered an abortion? Experience Gods love and mercy and begin the journey of healing. Please call the Sisters of Life: 866-575-0075 or email: hopeandheal-ing@sistersoflife.org For men, call Theresa Bonopartis at Lumina: 877-586-4621 or email: Lumina@postabortionhelp.org

    Human Trafficking Men, women and children continue to be victims of human traffickers, both in their own countries and abroad. Its hard to believe that it still happens in the twenty-first cent