1 rimo Gambetta (Gambetta) Saint Mary s Roman Catholic Church Rev. Martin Glynn, Pastor ext. 818 Rev. Richard Tartaglia, Parochial Vicar ext. 813 Rev. Msgr. Kieran McHugh, Weekends Deacon Michael Allgaier ext. 829 Deacon John Flynn ext. 828 Deacon James Rizos Mrs. Patricia Vitaletti, Pastoral Associate ext. 814 Dr. Margaret McCluskey, School Principal Mrs. Donna Ott, Parish Office Administrator ext. 810 Mrs. PJ Miller, Religious Education Dr. Margaret McCluskey, Parish Trustee Mr. Joseph McHale, Parish Trustee Our Mission Statement Jesus said there must be one flock and one shepherd. St. Mary s is committed to all, to guide spiritually, to instruct intellectually, to provide comfort and solace in time of distress and to be a place of welcome to each and every person seeking Jesus in this world. SACRAMENTS BAPTISMS LITURGY SCHEDULE SUNDAY Both parents must attend the Baptismal Class before 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am the child can be baptized. Call the Rectory Office at SATURDAYS , ext. 810, to make reservations for the class. 8:00am & 5:00pm PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK WEEKDAYS Urgent calls will be attended at any time. If there is anyone 8:00am, 12:05pm; at home who cannot attend Mass and the Sacraments Memorial Day ~ Labor Day - 8:00am only because of illness or old age, please call the Rectory. FIRST FRIDAYS MARRIAGE 8:00am, 12:05pm & 8:00pm; Please contact the rectory at least 1 year in advance. Memorial Day ~ Labor Day - 8:00am & 8:00pm only. CONFESSIONS HOLY DAYS Saturdays: 4:15 to 4:45pm 8:00am, 12 noon and 7:00pm EVE OF HOLY DAYS 5:00pm DEVOTIONS MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA Monday during 8:00am Mass. EXPOSITION Mondays following the 8:00am Mass. NOCTURNAL ADORATION First Friday 8:00pm to Saturday 8:00am PRAYER SERVICE Prayer service for peace 7:30pm every third Thursday. each month. PARISH MEMBERSHIP Welcome! New parishioners are requested to call the Rectory to register. When changing your address, notify the Rectory before moving. RECTORY OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm OFFICE: FAX:
2 July 30, 2017 Weekly Mass Intentions SATURDAY, July 29 5:00pm: Gertrude D Souza (D Souza) SUNDAY, July 3o 7:00am: Clinton Warren Ackerman (Engelson) 8:30am: Reda Moore (Klein) 10:00am: Frank & Audrey Corso (Harris) 11:30am: Gene Kelly (St. Mary s Eucharistic Ministers) MONDAY, July 31 8:00am: Beverly Acker (Hughes) TUESDAY, August 1 8:00am: George Thone (Covert) WEDNESDAY, August 2 8:00am: Kathleen Moylan (Ryaness) THURSDAY, August 3 8:00am: Robert MacDonald (MacDonald) FRIDAY, August 4 8:00am: Hector Vella (Vella) 8:00pm: Susan Holmblad (Ott) SATURDAY, August 5 8:00am: Primo Gambetta (Gambetta); Robert Stout (Ferraris); Robert Bollinger; Rose Rush (Connelly) 5:00pm: Protection of Babies in the Womb SUNDAY, August 6 7:00am: Beverly Acker (Cerchione) 8:30am: Mary Cocklin (Sandman Family) 10:00am: Ann Chiarapppa & Michael Laterza (Simone) 11:30am: Brian Gleason (Donahue) God s Plan for giving W : $11, O G : $ T J 23, 2017: $12, A : 715 From the Diocese July 30th is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. There are global maps showing the epidemic of human trafficking and reports on the existence of slavery in countries. JOIN US, U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking (sistersagainsttrafficking.org) to combat modern-day slavery. Important Reminder about the Prayer List Names remain on the prayer list for six weeks from the time they are first posted. Please call the rectory if you wish to have them back on the prayer list ext th Sunday in Ordinary Time Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist NEXT SATURDAY 5:00pm: 1-Michael Balzano, 2-Betsy Rynkiewicz, 3-Andrea Henry, 4-John Phillips, 5-Fran Kelly, 6-Suzanne Shipley, 7-Lynn McAndrew NEXT SUNDAY 7:00am: 1-Joe McHale, 2-Bernice McHale, 3-Dolores MacDonald 8:30am: 1-Linda Lash, 2-Anne Martens, 3-Deacon Jim Rizos, 4-Peg Feyl, 5-Cheryl Allaman, 6-Anne Rahner, 7-Loretta Geis 10:00am: 1-Judy Casse, 2-Mary Spaanstra, 3-Tracy Rush, 4-Joan Smalley, 5-Tom Furlong, 6-Kathleen Scollans, 7-Ron Lockwood 11:30am: 1-Glenn Hagen, 2-Judy Ryan, 3-Deacon Mike Allgaier, 4-Al Gilberti, 5-Gail Dorer, 6-Maureen Hagen, 7-LaraineGilberti Lectors NEXT SATURDAY 5:00pm: Peg McCluskey NEXT SUNDAY 7:00am: Jean Wedemeier 8:30am: Ellen Sandman It s a Matter of Life or Death 10:00am: Jim Baumann 11:30am: Carol Roach A society will be judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members; and among the most vulnerable are surely the unborn and the dying. Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty. Join the Movement! This Week s Calendar Complete calendar at Let us Pray F S : Ryan Whittom; Conrad Dudziec; Al Racine; Dorothy Johnston; Baby Cooper Hartz; Dan Daly; Angela O Neill; Pam Klein; Rev. Rolands Uribe; Bishop Frank Rodimer; Walter Leurs; Joe McCaig, Jr., Don King; Bill Miller and all those who are ill. F D : Lois Lange F A F & POW/MIAS: the men and women serving here and abroad, and for those missing in action and their families. Altar Servers NEXT SATURDAY 5:00pm: Veronica & Aurora Luer / Brady Green SUNDAY 7:00am: 8:30am: Nick Forgione / Ben Reinhart 10:00am: 11:30am: Luke & Jon Tinney
3 Faith & Family Formation ~B O W ~ Suggested text for faith sharing: Today s Gospel, the short version The 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time W J 30, 2017 T :.The kingdom of God is a treasure beyond price. S O : L W As you listen once again to this familiar parable, what caught your ear in it today? Q C : If you could be with Jesus, what would you trade from your own things for that? Q Y : Today s gospel reminds us that God s kingdom is worth sacrifice. What do you need to sacrifice in order to follow God in your own life? Why are you willing to make that sacrifice? Q A : Using Jesus parable as your starting point, describe in your own words what the Reign of God is for you personally, and use a parable to describe it: The reign of God is. Blood Drive August 19th T O M will hold their Annual Blood Drive, Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 9am to 1pm in the blood mobile outside the school. The drive is being conducted by Community Blood Services. Call for an appointment or more information call or visit: $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card will be given to donors. e-giving Contribute Online! Have you tried our new online method making it easier to donate to St. Mary s? Go to on the homepage look for this ICON click on it and you are in! Set up is easy and your transaction is very secure! Now you will have the ability to see upcoming special collections, determine how much to give and when. You can use any credit card or choose direct withdrawal from your account. If any questions, we are happy to help, call the rectory at and talk to Donna Ext 810 We are here to help make this simple way to support St. Mary s as easy as possible for you and your family! All Second Collections and Holy Days are listed. Second Collection Next Week Mission Co-op T next weekend for the Mission Co-Op. This collection goes to the missionary office in our own Diocese of Paterson. This is for our Diocesan Missionaries for all their faithful missionary work around the world. Attention Parents! Is your Child going into grade 1 in public school? Don't forget to sign up for CCD. Grade 1 is a requirement for making sacraments in Grade 2. Contact Light of Faith Attention Parishioners with a student entering high school and did not attend our CCD nor SMP but another CCD program or Parochial school. Confirmation prep is a Parish responsibility. Please contact us to discuss our program. Confirmation 2018, Saturday, 4/7 at the 5pm mass. More details and schedule for to come. Save the Date - Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Looking to ignite your spiritual life, or desire a closer relationship with God? We urge you to consider to participate in this year's Diocesan Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. There are two options to participate, a two-day trip which includes visits to the St. Jude Shrine, the Baltimore Basilica, and the National Shrine in Washington, or the one full day trip. We ask you to sign up soon for this important spiritual journey that can change your life. 1) A Pilgrimage on October 21, 2017 to the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. The trip will provide the faithful the opportunity to join parishioners throughout the diocese in a prayer filled day that includes Mass, Confession, Rosary, Divine Mercy, and Catechetical presentations. For further information contact the rectory or parish coordinator Barbara Jones at ) An overnight trip to Washington, DC, October 20-21, The trip includes transportation, two meals including the banquet, overnight accommodations at the Westin Hotel in Virginia, and spiritual visits to America's First Cathedral, and St. Jude Shrine in Baltimore, and the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Included will be daily Masses for Friday and Saturday, Confession, devotional time, and a lot more. Please contact the Diocesan Pilgrimage Office at or secretaryoldpni.org for a brochure or more information.
4 Church Renovation Update VI Painters are closing the finishing aspects on the interior of the church. The main entrance from the Narthex, the two entrances at the altar and the side entrance at the back of church are all receiving new improved looks that will really brighten your first impressions! The new wainscoting is being professionally prepared along with a rich, polished finish that will add to the overall new look to the church. We will update you on that installation date. Everyone has heard the existing sound system for 40 + years, these were the two, 5 foot column speakers on either side of the altar, they are replaced by a digital, state-of-the-art, 1500 watt sound system. This new speaker array is now centrally located 26 feet above the floor on the first truss and comfortably covers the entire church, including the choir loft. This improvement aesthetically and sonically is a major enhancement and will provide many years of service. Workers, plastic coverings and paint buckets are all contributing to the maze one must circumnavigate right now and workers installing the wainscoting will add to the congestion very soon, so please continue to observe our non-entry request to the church. Your continued interest in the progress being made is appreciated. The auditorium is open all day for visitation of the Sacrament. The air conditioning is a major benefit adding to the continuing comfort of our parishioners for all masses. Thank you for your patience and support! Visit for photos! RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is meant for those who: - have never been baptized but are curious about Christ and all He taught; - have been baptized in other Christian traditions, but have an interest in Catholics and the Catholic Church; - are already baptized Catholic but have never received Eucharist and/or Confirmation. These are the people the Rite of Christian Initiation seeks to reach and to serve. We are accepting enrollment for the session. The session starts in the Fall and candidates receive the sacraments at the Easter Vigil in March. Perhaps you know someone who may have questions about the faith, the process of RCIA, or a desire to be received into the Church. Think about it, pray about it, and offer an invitation. Anyone interested is asked to contact Andrea Henry, RCIA Coordinator at or call Threads of Love Prayer Shawl Ministry We gather every 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday. Choice of Afternoon - 12:30pm or Evening - 6:30pm. Groups will meet at St. Mary s School Library while the church is being refurbished. New members are always welcome. We knit and crochet prayer shawls for those who are ill and for the bereaved, plus the Baptismal garments for the wee ones. Patterns, instructions and yarn are available. Thanks to the generosity of the community, we have been able to provide yarn for those who prayerfully labor creating these beautiful shawls. If you would like to support Threads of Love but cannot participate, please consider a donation to help us defray the cost of yarn. Please call or text Peg Feyl at for information or request a shawl for a friend or relative. Registration forms are available in school lobby. Bereavement Our upcoming session of Seasons of Hope will begin again August 30, Because summer is a time when most people want freedom from schedules, we do not schedule any new programs during this time. Registration forms are available in the literature rack in the school lobby. Our Seasons Program runs for 8 consecutive Wednesday evenings ending with a service of remembrance. ON- GOING SUPPORT: Seasons The Journey meets every 2 nd Thursday of the month in the Narthex of the Church. The Journey is open to those who have attended any of our 8-week Seasons Programs. Our Annual Journey Picnic is scheduled for 5:30 on the 2 nd Thursday in August at the Lake Arrowhead Clubhouse. For more information please call or text Peg Feyl at or Tech Ministry at the Oaks in Denville Help the elderly residents at Oaks to use the computer in their Computer Lab. Are you OK or good at showing people how to use the computer, the Internet and ? Come to The Oaks at Denville, and assist the senior residents on how to use the computer in their Computer Room for 1 or 2 hours once or twice a week. We re looking for Light of Faith candidates, post Light of Faith teens, teens, parents and adults. There are at least 2 teens or 1 adult and 2 teens working with the seniors in compliance with Protecting God's Children. We have weekday, weekend, after school and early evening openings. Reap the rewards of making new friends and learning from fellow parishioners! Contact Harry Bonfanti at or
5 SAINT MARY S PREP NEWS AND EVENTS L, B T, C : Please continue to save these you can drop them off at the school office. We are able to purchase needed items for the school with the proceeds received. We appreciate your continued support. C C : This summer, cash cards will be sold in the school lobby after masses on Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 8:30am and 10am. Please remember to purchase cash cards for your gas, groceries, and other shopping needs this summer! The start date for SMP families to receive credit for profit for the school year is July 1 st. Thank you for your continued support of this program. O E : We are now accepting registrations for our PreK Grade 8 programs. Children must be 3 or 4 years of age by October 1 for Pre-K3 & 4; 4 by April 1 for our Trans-K program; and 5 by October 1 for Kindergarten. A full day of school is offered to students in Grades Trans-K through Grade 8. Pre-K parents have many options available half or full day, as well as 2, 3, 4, or 5 days/week. If you are interested or would like additional information, please call E : There is a part-time opening for a Spanish teacher in the middle school, two days per week. If you are interested, please send cover letter, resume, and supporting documents to Dr. Margaret McCluskey, Principal, St. Mary s Prep 100 Route 46 Denville, NJ or call W : Any type of clothes hangers for our uniform closet. Please bring any donations to the school office, Tuesday-Friday, 8:00-2:00 p.m. Thank you for any help you can give us. Beta Club Projects Danny Collum, a St. Mary s Prep 8 th grader, is running a collection drive for the Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter in East Hanover, NJ for his Junior Beta Club service project. This collection will run from July 1st-July 31st; donations can be dropped off in a designated collection bin at the entrance to the school. Items needed include: cat toys, Small & Medium dog collars with 6 leashes, Friskies Pate wet cat food, ProPlan dry cat or small breed dog & puppy food, 8.5x11 copy paper, paper towels, and 42 gallon garbage bags. For a full list of items needed, or for more information please Danny at Monetary donations, gift cards (Petsmart, Home Depot, Staples), and postage stamps (postcard or Forever) also accepted; please contact Danny at his above to arrange pickup. Thank you for your support! Hi my name is Adam Simkins, I am a seventh grader at St. Mary's Prep and I am collecting school supplies for children of Public Housing for my BETA Club project. Please help support NOR- WESCAP's Family Self-Sufficiency Program by participating in this back to School Supply Drive to benefit the children of the Public Housing Authorities of Boonton, Dover, Clifton, Madison, and Morristown. The collection box is in the front of the school and will continue until August 20. Thank you for your support! Hope you are having a great summer! Don t leave God behind. Go to put in an address or zip code and you will come up with a list of Churches in that area and their mass schedule. Save the Date September 18, 2017 Please reserve September 18, 7 pm at St. Mary s Church! Sponsored by Assumption College for Sisters, Chris Lowney will speak on the topic of leadership, featuring his latest work, Everyone Leads: How to Revitalize the Catholic Church. Chris Lowney chairs the board of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation s largest healthcare/hospital systems. He formerly served as a Managing Director of J.P. Morgan & Co in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and London until leaving the firm in He has lectured in more than two-dozen countries on on leadership, business ethics, and other related topics. He is the author of five books, including the bestselling Heroic Leadership and Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads, which was called "a book for the ages" and became the # 1 bestseller on Amazon's "Popes and the Vatican" list. Chris s most recent work is, "Everyone Leads: How to Revitalize the Catholic Church." During his talk, Chris will explore some of the profound challenges now facing the Church and will invite each of us to step up and help lead the Church s revitalization. Chris founded and speaks on behalf of Pilgrimage for Our Children s Future, which funds education and healthcare projects in the developing world. He is a one-time Jesuit seminarian, and a summa cum laude graduate of Fordham University, where he also received his M.A. He is holder of five honorary Doctoral degrees. There is no admission; however, a free will offering can be made for Lowney s foundation, Pilgrimage for Our Children s Future. For information, call Assumption College at
6 Community / FYI Assumption College for Sisters, Denville, announces that Ps 101 General Psychology course will be offered online for the Fall 2017 Semester, August 23-Dec.15 It is offered by our current Psychology faculty member who teaches this course online at both Centenary University and Caldwell University. To register call or Ext. 106 or by August 10, Cost: $510/ course Denville Senior Citizens offering a fabulous trip! Virginia Beach, Colonial Williamsburg, and Historic Norfolk - October 2~6, Hotels will be located on the beach. This trip includes four nights lodging, four breakfasts, four dinners; visit to Virginia Beach boardwalk; visit to colonial Williamsburg and a guided tour. Then go to the Yankee Candle Village Store (huge store) decorated for Christmas all year round; go to Virginia Beach Aquarium and Marine Science Center; an award winning attraction; also have a Diamond Tours dinner party with entertainment and dancing included; also visit the Nauticus and Battleship Wisconsin located on the downtown waterfront; it's a marine themed science center with 3-D films and dozens of exhibits; later that evening dinner on the cruise called the Sprit of Norfolk (lovely ship dining and dancing and sightseeing); price for double occupancy is $ per person; single $ per person and triple $ per person. We will be leaving from the Denville Senior Center located across the street from the Acme. Denville Township is contributing $3,000 toward the bus, so the the listed price will be less. DISCOUNT IS FOR DENVILLE RESIDINTS ONLY Call Carol Saint Mary s R.C. Church ~ 15 Myers Avenue ~ Denville, NJ Phone: ~ Fax: ~ LIKE us on facebook: SAINT MARY S PARISH St Mary s Prep H&SA information: BULLETIN DEADLINE - MONDAY AT 5:00PM. Bulletin articles can be ed to Donna at: RECTORY OFFICE HOURS: Monday ~ Friday from 9:00am ~ 5:00pm Rectory Office CHOIR: Rehearsals Adult-Thursday, 7:30 ~ 8:30pm Youth-Monday, 3:30 ~ 4:15pm CCD OFFICE HOURS: Mon. ~Tues., Thurs. ~ Fri. 9:00am ~1:00pm CCD Office FOOD FOR DENVILLE SOCIAL SERVICES: Please leave your nonperishables in the Narthex. PARISH MINISTRIES CONTACT LIST: After School Care Altar Flowers..Linda Lash Baptism Arrangements.Donna Ott x810 Bereavement Support- (Seasons of Hope).Peg Feyl Bible Study..Barbara Jones Bible Study-Mens..Ray Bsarany Cancer Support..Carol Bsarany CCD (phone/fax)...pj Miller Child Care/Pre-School..Pam Sagaas Community Outreach Harry Fahrer Council of Catholic Women.Barbara Jones Cursillo.Mary Spaanstra Carrie Donahue CYO.Gina Foreman Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist..Laraine Gilberti Finance Committee...Ed Hardy Grand-Parenting Ministry.Kathy Covert Home & School Assoc..Christie D Asti Joey Bella Foundation..Richard Yobs Junior Acolytes..Fr. Richard x813 Knights of Columbus.Dave Gallagher (Denville) Jerry Napolitano (Mtn. Lks.) Chris Cohen (Rkwy.) Lectors...Carol Bsarany Marriage Arrangement..Donna Ott x810 MASH Eileen Bonfanti Music Ministry.Trish Vitaletti x814 Nocturnal Adoration...Gerrie Taormina Operation Appalachia...Bill Harris Parish Life Ministry.Karen Fahrer Prayer Shawl Ministry...Peg Feyl Pro-Life Committee...Carol Bartkowiak Jim Rizos R.C.I.A..Andrea Henry School Principal..Dr. Margaret McCluskey School Fax Senior Acolytes..Lou Golia Tech Ministry...Mary Ann Krolik Harry Bonfanti Tanya D Souza True Love Waits Ushers.Jamie Whitmore Youth Ministry.PJ Miller/Trish Vitaletti
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