Bulletin August 7 2016.pub (Read-Only)
Rev. Msgr. Raymond J. Kupke, Ph.D. ................................ Pastor
Rev. Roberto Amador ............................................. Parochial Vicar
Rev. Msgr. Elso C. Introini ................................. Pastor-Emeritus
Mr. Anthony Bernardine ...........................................................Deacon
Mr. Gerald Fadlalla ..................................................................... Deacon
Mr. Richard Brudzynski ………………. Deacon (Retired)
Sr. Emy De Filippi, F.M.A. .................................School Principal
Sr. Betty Ann Martinez, F.M.A. ...................... Rel. Ed. Director
Ms. Karen Monda ............................... Confirmation Coordinator
Mr. Craig Jandoli…………... …….Confirmation Assistant
Mr. Michael Riedel .....................................................Music Director
Mr. Jerry Pecoraro ........................................................Youth Minister
Mrs. Diane Brown ..................................................... Parish Secretary
Ms. Mary Ann Martone ………………….. Parish Secretary
Mrs. Cathy Clyne ............................................. Finance Department
Mr. William Chaky ……………..Maintenance Supervisor
Mr. Eugene Morabito ..................................................................Trustee
Mrs. Barbara Homler .................................................................. Trustee
Saturday ...............................................................................5:30 p.m.
Sunday ............................ 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 a.m. & 12 noon,
Divine Mercy Holy Hour for Vocations
Every first Friday following the 7:30 a.m. Eucharist
Monday - Saturday ........................................................ 7:30 a.m.
Anointing of the Sick
Please call the rectory for a priest to anoint anyone
who is seriously ill.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday ................................................................ 4:30 - 5:15 p.m.
Baptism are held on Sundays of each month at
Sunday, October 23, 2016
October 22, 2016
October 23, 2016
People of the Parish
Vincenzo D’Er r ico
Mar y & Philip Per r one
Intention of Margaret Elwood
For Protection of Babies in the wound of their Mom
Frank Longo (13th Anniversary)
October 24, 2016
October 25, 2016
Thomas Newman (1st Anniversary)
October 26, 2016
October 27, 2016
Alessio Carbone & Elsie Bennett
October 28, 2016
October 29, 2016
Frank De Gondea
Vincent La Guardia
The Following Weekly Collection for October 16, 2016
Regular Sunday Envelopes
$ 11, 762.13
$ 12, 802.13
Thank you to our parishioners who have sent in their envelopes for
the time they were away this summer, it has truly made a difference! If you have not had the chance to catch up on your envelopes, please prayerfully consider a gift to our fall collections.
Your continued support is essential to meet our ongoing operational needs. Your heartfelt generosity is greatly appreciated.
If you would like to participate in electronic giving, please complete the authorization form found on the tables at the exits of the
church and return it to the Rectory for processing. If you have any
questions, please call the Rectory at (973) 427-1478.
Pray for the Sick of Our Parish
The following names have been placed on our altar.
Please remember in your prayers:
Chris Aiellos, Nick Ambrose, Joseph Anderson, Joyce Anton, Frank Barone,
Marie B., Deacon Anthony Bernardine, Bruce Buffalino, Angie D.
ChaplainMadeleine Chenette, Thomas M. Clifton, Charlotte Colombo, Baby
Benjamin Como, Msgr. Neil Connolly, Theresa D’Amelio, Lucy De Muro,
Stratton N. Drivanos, Christopher Eccles, Margaret Elwood, Tina Fadlalla,
Kevin Frick, Charles & Iris Getzoff, Jean Gilsinan, Elinor Glasser, Sarah
Goffredo, Edwin Gonzalez, Mae Grant, Fred Guarino, Marie Haas, Julia
Hill, August Imbimbo, Bishop Irwin of Boston, Marissa Jamer, Mary Izzo,
Nunzio Leo, Susan Lo Heack, Mark Hennig, Lynn Kolb, Mylie Kolb, Sam
Kotoulas, Anthony La Cateana, Marie Longo, Michael Lucas, Bobby Maggio
Jr., Frankie Maggio, Gary Maik, Kim Mapletost, Anselmo Martinez, Frank
Martone, Ray Mastrobuoni, Charlie McCarthy, Frank Mc Carthy, Monica
McDonale, Julieann Morabito, John Muth, Larry Orbe, Phyllis Orbe, Ella
Jane Pannacciulli, Rita Paretti, Lucy Pataki, Kathleen Patti, Grace Marie
Piepoli, Dawn Perrine, Ralph Petrucci, Bill Prusiensky Jr., Louis Recchione,
Mark Reeves, Ken Remo, Charlie Richardson, Charles Rocco, Patty
Rossman, Jimmy Soder Jr., Joseph Spagnola, Eduardo Torres, Maria
Torres, Ida Troll, Robert Verolet, Paul Villano, Donna Walesiewicz, Corey
Wiles, Jack Williamson, Marie Zigarelli,
The Sanctuary Lamp honor ing the Euchar istic Presence
of our Lord in the Tabernacle, is burning this week in
Loving Memory of Frank Longo
Bread & Wine– In Memory of Ellen D’Errico
Next Weeks Masses
October 30, 2016
People of the Parish
Richard Mc Auliffe
Shir ley M aggio (3r d Anniver sar y)
Nick Scior tino
Gaetana Santo & Giuseppe Gargante
Anna G. Lang
Richar d Fonseca (1st Anniver sar y)
Elisa Di Bianco
Giuseppe Fabbro (1st Anniversary)
This afternoon at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd at Immaculate Conception Seminary, the
two seminarians from our parish, Dailon Lisabet and Charles Lana, as well as Andrew Dutko who served in our
parish last year as part of his apostolate, will all be installed, together with their classmates, in the Ministry of
Acolyte. This is one of the steps on the path to priesthood ordination and makes the recipient an Ordinary Minister
of Holy Communion, along with the priests and deacons. Congratulations to these three men. Please continue to
pray for them as they journey toward diaconate ordination in the Spring of 2018, and priesthood ordination the
Holy Year Pilgrimage - The Holy Year of Mercy ends with the Solemnity of Christ the King on
November 20. As the Holy Year comes to an end, Saint Anthony's will sponsor a bus pilgrimage to the Cathedral
Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, one of the churches with a designated Holy Door in order to avail ourselves
of the Holy Year Indulgence. The pilgrimage will take place this Saturday, October 29. The bus will leave from Saint
Anthony's at 11:45 A.M. and return to Saint Anthony's later that afternoon. At Newark we will be able to process
through the Holy Door, have a brief prayer service for the Holy Year Indulgence, and be given a guided tour of the
Basilica, including the relics of Pope Saint John Paul II. Sacred Heart Cathedral Basilica is one of the largest and
most beautiful churches in the United States -larger than Saint Patrick's Cathedral in New York. The Cathedral was
elevated to the status of a basilica by Pope Saint John Paul II during his visit to New Jersey in 1995 when he
presided at Evening Prayer in the Basilica in the presence of President Bill Clinton.
To secure a seat on the bus for the Holy Year Pilgrimage, please call the rectory and make your
reservation. Parishioners will also be able to join us by car.
Saints on the Move! - Last week Bishop Serrate IIi blessed the new shrine of Blessed Miriam
Theresa Demjanovich at Holy Family Chapel at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Convent Station. Blessed Miriam
Theresa was originally buried in the Sisters' Cemetery at Convent Station. In the 1980s, as part of the process for
beatification, her body was exhumed and identified, and then was interred in a wall niche in a vestibule of the
chapel. With her beatification last year, she has now been moved to a beautiful new shrine in the body of the
chapel. When you are in the area, please visit the new shrine.
The United States has a total of fifteen canonized saints and beatified blesseds. You would think that their
remains would be pretty permanent, but in the last few months two others, besides Blessed Miriam Theresa, have
moved. Saint Marianne Cope, who worked with Father Damian and the lepers on the Hawaiian island of Moloka'l,
moved from the motherhouse chapel of her Franciscan Sisters in Syracuse, New York to a new shrine in the
Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in Honolulu, Hawaii. And Saint Katherine Drexel, the foundress of the
Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indian and Colored People, also recently moved from her community's
motherhouse chapel in Bensalem, Pennsylvania to a new shrine in the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in
Philadelphia. Both of these moves took place because these two religious communities, like many others in our
country, were selling their motherhouse property in order to downsize to more appropriate facilities.
If you are on vacation or traveling in the area, by all means go and visit the shrines, the burial places of
America's most holy. The other holy Americans are honored in the following shrines:
Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini is buried in the chapel of the Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine at 701 Fort
Washington Avenue in Manhattan.
Saint John Neumann's shrine is at Saint Peter the Apostle Church, 1019 North Fifth St., Philadelphia.
Saints Isaac Jogues, Rene Goupil, and John Lalande, part of the eight Jesuit North American Martyrs, were
martyred in upstate New York and their remains have never been recovered. The shrine at their martyrdom site is
Our Lady of the Martyrs Shrine, Auriesville, Fultonville, New York.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton is buried in the basilica named after her at the Daughters of Charity
Motherhouse, 333 South Seton Ave., Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Saint Theodore Ann Guerin is buried in the motherhouse chapel of the Sisters of Providence in Saint
Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne is buried in the motherhouse chapel of the Religious of the Sacred Heart,
301 Decatur Street, St. Charles, Missouri.
Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos is enshrined in Saint Mary's Assumption Church, 919 Josephine Street, New
Saint Junipero Serra is buried in the Mission Basilica of San Carlos Borromeo, 3080 Rio Road, Carmel,
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha is enshrined in Saint Francis Xavier Mission Church, Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada.
And, Saint Damien de Veuster, the leper priest of Moloka'i is buried in the motherhouse chapel of the
Sacred Hearts Fathers in Louvain, Belgium, although the relic of his right hand has recently been returned to his
original grave at the Kalaupapa settlement on the island of Moloka'i.
As we draw near the Solemnity of All Saints, we honor in particular, those holy men and women who have
walked the streets of our own country. Blessed be God in all his saints.
This summer I will be leading a
The dates are July 7-17 and we will be
cruising from Stockholm, Sweden to Saint Petersburg, Russia with stops in Helsinki, Finland, Tallin, Estonia and
Riga, Latvia on the Baltic Sea. The price is $3598. There will be a meeting on the trip on Sunday, October 30 at Holy
Family Church Hall in Florham Park at 2:00 P.M. For a flyer on the trip call the rectory.
As we draw near to
we offer the traditional prayer of commendation from the
Go forth, Christian soul, from
in the name of God, the almighty Father,
who created you,
in the name of Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God,
who suffered for you,
in the name of the Holy Spirit,
who was poured out upon you,
go forth, faithful Christian.
May you live in peace this day,
may your home be with God in Zion,
with Mary, the virgin Mother of God,
with Joseph, and with all the angels and saints.
May you return to your Creator
who formed you from the dust of the earth.
May holy Mary, the angels and all the saints
come to meet you as you go forth from this life.
May you see your Redeemer face to face. Amen.
God bless you all,
THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
First Reading: Sirach 35:12-14, 16-18
God is just and does not show favoritism, but hears the
prayers of everyone. Anyone who serves God, no matter
how lowly his position here on earth,
will be heard and answered.
Bands of Marriage
Second Reading: 2 Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18
Paul writes to Timothy that he thinks his mission is near the
end, and he is glad his faith is still strong. Paul hopes that all
nations will hear the gospel.
But, if he is executed as he anticipates, he is sure he will live
forever in heaven.
Matthew Raymond Marquis-Hawthorne
& Athena P. Alcantara – Hawthorne
Gospel: Luke 18:9-14
Jesus tells a parable about a Pharisee who went to the temple, and offered up a prayer of thanks because he was not a
sinner like the tax collector who was also there to pray. The
tax collector was far more humble, acknowledging his sins,
and asking forgiveness for them. Jesus said the tax collector's prayer would be heard because, "Everyone who exalts
himself will be humbled, while he who humbles himself will
PARISH CHOIR –
“LAST CALL” TO SING WITH THE
CHOIR FOR LESSONS & CAROLS
Because of the amount and complexity of the music for Lessons & Carols and Christmas, the final
opportunity to join the Choir and sing for these Liturgies will be on Thursday evening, October 27.
At present, the Parish Choir is singing at the
10:00am Mass on Sunday morning. If you are interested in singing with the Choir, you are asked to
begin attending the rehearsals (10-20, 10-27, 11-3
etc.). You DO NOT need to read music or have an
operatic voice to be a member of the choir. The
only requirements are the ability to attend rehearsals regularly and the ability to sing with the choir
when they are scheduled. We continue to need Sopranos (high woman’s voice), Altos (low woman’s
voice), Tenors (high men’s voice) and Bass’ (low
men’s voice). The Choir is open to anyone of high
school age and above. This is a good way to give
back to your parish and tithe your time and talent
to this important ministry. Please feel free to speak
with me directly for further information. Michael
Riedel, Director of Music Ministries.
Fall has arrived and the winter months are not
Far behind. The Social Services Committee is once
again collecting Fall/ Winter gently used and new baby
clothing for the benefit of Lighthouse Pregnancy Center on Lafayette Avenue. We are collecting items in
sizes New Born to size 4T, Items must be clean (no
spots) and folded in a large bag. Other items also needed are receiving blankets, unopened diapers, lotions,
Items will be collected only on the weekend of 10/22
and 10/23 after all the masses. Please leave your
donated items in the front foyer of the church. No
donations will be taken after the 6pm Sunday mass.
Any questions please call Carol at 973-427-7754.
Thank you for helping these parents get a good start
with their new babies and young children.
St. Anthony’s TASC Youth Group
Partners in Faith Pledges:
Our parish youth group is always looking for
new members. Our next meeting is Sunday,
November 6 at 7:00pm in the Don Bosco Youth
Center. We hope to see you there!
Thank you for your continued commitment to your Partners in Faith pledges
over the past 3 years. Pledge cards showing your commitment and payments are
sent out in late October/ early November.
If you have any questions regarding your
balances or do not receive the card,
please contact Jane Sudol at the Diocesan Office, (973)777-8818, ext 218.
Thank you again for your generosity.
Upcoming Meetings & Events
November 6 – CROP Hunger Walk - 1:30pm
(St. Clement’s Church on Lafayette Avenue)
November 6 - Youth Group meeting - 7:00pm
(St. Anthony’s Youth Center)
November 20 - Youth Group meeting - 7:00pm
(St. Anthony’s Youth Center)
December 3 – Christmas Trip to NYC – Details
to follow shortly
December 18 – Christmas Party & Wacky Tacky
Grab Bag – Details to follow shortly
CROP Hunger Walk
St. Anthony’s Youth Group invites all members,
alumni, and families to join us on November 6
at 1:30pm for the 2016 CROP Walk sponsored
by the Hawthorne Ecumenical Council. The
walk begins at St. Clement’s Church on Lafayette Avenue.
Calling All Organization
We are updating a New Web
Site Please check your page
for changes that need to be
made please forward to me
at the rectory! Mary Ann or
email to [email protected]
*This is a great opportunity for high
school students to attain community service hours*
About CROP Hunger Walk
CROP Hunger Walks help to support the overall
ministry of Church World Service, especially
grassroots, hunger-fighting development efforts around the world. CROP Hunger Walks
help to provide food and water, as well as resources that empower people to meet their
own needs. From seeds and tools, to wells and
water systems, to technical training and microenterprise loans, the key is people working together to identify their own development priorities, their strengths and their needs.
St. Anthony’s Youth Group is a place for all
high school-aged teenagers to get together in a
relaxed, social atmosphere to have fun and explore their faith in a positive environment.
We meet bi-weekly on Sunday nights from
7:00-9:00pm in the Don Bosco Youth Center
located on the ground level of St. Anthony’s
If you have any questions, please feel free to
contact our youth minister, Jerry Pecoraro, at
Please help! We are still low on several items:
Parmalat, coffee & tea
SOCIAL SERVICES MINISTRY MEETING
The next meeting of the Social Services Ministry will be held on
Tuesday evening, October 25, at 7:30 PM in the school chaplaincy
center. Thanksgiving food drive plans will be finalized.
CROP IS COMING!! SAVE THE DATE!!
The annual CROP (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty) Hunger Walk sponsored by the Hawthorne Ecumenical Council of Churches (First Reformed, St. Clement's Episcopal, Hawthorne United Methodist, Rea Ave Reformed, and St. Anthony's)
will be held on Sunday November 6. Registration begins at 1:30
pm at St. Clement's (271 Lafayette Ave.). The walk will kick off at
2:00 pm and end at the First Reformed Church, immediately adjacent to St. Clement's. We encourage you to join us! CROP Hunger
Walks are community-wide events that bring people together in a
common mission--helping hungry people in local communities and
around the world.
Walkers may register online at https://www.crophungerwalk.org/
Any individual walker who raises $150 in online donations by Oct.
21 will receive a complimentary T-shirt directly from Church World
Service on the day of the walk.
Participants are also invited to bring a donation of non-perishable
food on the day of the walk; all food donations will go to our parish
About 600 communities will sponsor CROP walks this fall. Of the
monetary donations collected locally, 25% is returned to the Ecumenical Council for its work here in town. For more information,
visit the CROP walk website listed above or contact Therese Grolly
at 973 626 2801.
NEED HELP WITH YOUR WINTER HEATING BILLS?
PSE&G has Payment Assistance Programs to help you pay your
PSE&G bill. There are low-income programs, moderate income
programs, and programs to assist seniors and disabled adults. For
more information, visit pseg.com/help online.
SAVE YOUR COUPONS, PLEASE!!
Our Social Services Ministry is collecting baby products coupons
(diapers, wipes, lotion, shampoo, powder, etc.) that will be given to
clients of the Lighthouse Pregnancy Resource Center here in
town. We ask that you please drop your coupons into the basket
that's in the front (main) vestibule of the church. Please clip the
coupons and place them in a sealed envelope. And please check
dates; we can't use any expired coupons. We thank you in advance
for your participation in this effort. And by the way, we also welcome the donation of diapers, wipes, baby food, formula, shampoo,
and the like; these items will also be given to Lighthouse. You may
drop these off at the rectory during business hours.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUPS
When a loved one has been taken as the result of death,
illness, or the end of a relationship, we experience a wide
variety of feelings and emotions. A support system helps
those suffering move through grief and the ever-changing
emotions accompanying it.
To aid individuals through their grief journey, Christian
Health Care Center (CHCC), 700 Mountain Ave., Wyckoff,
offers a Bereavement Support Group and Faith & Grief
Luncheons. The new Bereavement Support Group meets
from 5:30 to 6:30 pm the third Wednesday of the month in
the Commons Conference Room. The Support Group complements CHCC's Faith & Grief Luncheons, which are offered from noon to 1 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month
in the Auditorium. Held in conjunction with Valley Hospice, the luncheons incorporate sharing, scripture, prayer,
and reflection; they're open to all faiths. Complimentary
lunch is provided, but donations are accepted. To register
for the Bereavement Support Group, call 201-848-5867; to
register for Faith & Grief, call 201-848-4264.
Seniors and individuals with disabilities needing transportation for medical and dental appointments, shopping, etc.,
can check out the following:
Boro of Hawthorne: call 973 427 5555 ext. 340 to leave a
The Passaic County Para Transit Program, Wayne: 973 305
Project LINC (sponsored by Catholic Family & Community
Services), Wayne: 973 831 6588
Access Link (NJ Transit): 1-800-955-2321. Call between
the hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Mon. thru Fri.
(choose the “not certified Access Link rider” option to speak with an assistant & apply for
ITN North Jersey 201 398 6885. This agency also welcomes volunteer drivers; call or visit
Ministries & Organizations
Our next meeting of St. Anthony’s Golden Horizon Club will be Friday, October 28th at 1:15
in the school cafeteria. For information on trips
please call Mary at 201-445-2633 and for information on meetings and membership
please call Margaret at 973-427-9120, Guests
are always welcome
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults program (RCIA) will begin on October 5, 2016, and
climaxes at the Easter Vigil Service on Holy
Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday. RCIA
classes are held each Wednesday beginning in
October at 7:00 pm in the school. Our program
prepares adults to be baptized, receive the sacraments of Reconciliation, First Communion and
Confirmation. Please call Sister Betty Ann to
register: 973-427-1478 or email: [email protected]
Prayer Praise & Healing
Prayer Group will meet this Monday, at 7 PM in the chaplaincy
center. Thank You!
St. Anthony catholic
The Holy Name Society
The Saint Anthony's Catholic Men's Group
gathers on the first and third Tuesday of every
month for informal discussions on our Christian walk and other topics of interest to men of
faith. All interested guys are welcome and encouraged to attend. Ours is a friendly and
spontaneous atmosphere of camaraderie and
sharing, bring a friend and make some new
ones! For more information, or if you would
like to be included in our mailing list to keep
abreast of upcoming events, please contact
Jim (973-219-8564 / [email protected]) or Ed (862-812-0293 /
We are still looking for
join our ranks and bring
organization. The next
November 13, 2016.
8:30am Mass. Coffee
new members to
new ideas to our
meeting will be
& buns will be
Ministers of Communion
On Sundays at 10:30 AM, St. Anthony’s Parish provides the
Faithful of Van Dyk’s Park Place on Goffle Rd. the nourishment
of Jesus Christ through a Communion Service followed by reception of the Holy Eucharist. This weekly ministry is provided by
the Eucharistic Ministers of our parish. We are in need of a few
more Eucharistic Ministers to continue this ministry effectively.
Could you donate a ½ hour to an hour of your time once or twice
every three months (4 to 8 times a year) to assist in the ministry to
our brothers and sisters at Van Dyk’s? If interested, please contact Bill Martin at 201-314-2698 or [email protected]
Our next meeting will be on
Tuesday, NOVEMBER 8th at
7:00pm in the School Cafeteria. Any
questions, please call Leilani
Feliciano at (201) 281-5267.
THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE
The parish Social Services Ministry is preparing for the collection and distribution of
Thanksgiving Day food for the needy families. This year we are inviting parishioners to donate a
box/laundry basket/bag, filled with items for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, and/or a turkey.
Among suggested items for the baskets are such non-perishable items as:
vegetables, turkey gravy, cranberry sauce, fruit, potatoes
Pumpkin, yams, pie filling, chicken or turkey broth.
Package goods :
rice (white, brown yellow, wild, mixes), instant mashed potatoes’
Stuffing mix, Jell-O, Pudding mix, cake/brownie/cookie mixes, icing, cookies,
biscuit mix, ready-made piecrust mix, pie-fillings, raisins, sugar, and flour.
apples/oranges/tangerines, applesauce, coffee, tea, hot Chocolate, Parmalat or
similar shelf stable milk, evaporated milk, fruit juices, nuts, boxed chocolate
candy, disposable roasting pans, can openers, napkins.
Please avoid glass bottles or jars, due to the possibility of breaking;
No refrigerated or frozen items, no outdated products and no opened packages.
If you would like to participate in this effort, please complete the tear-off form below, and place it in one
of the baskets at the doors of the church until Sunday November 13, which is the deadline for
participating. If you would like to help, but are unable to provide an entire basket, we suggest that you
invite your friends, neighbors and/or extended family to join you in putting one together.
Baskets/boxes/turkeys will be collected at the rectory garage (behind the church) Thursday evening,
November 17 between 7:30 and 9:00 P.M. Please only use the Diamond Bridge Avenue entrance to
the parking lot when dropping off the basket/turkey. You may also drop off at the rectory during
Smaller quantities of food are also welcome. These may be dropped off at the rectory or left in front of St.
Joseph’s altar in church between October 15/16 and November 12/13.
The social services Ministry thanks you for your support. Our Thanksgiving food drive has been very
successful in the past, and they are a tangible sign of our parish’s generosity and commitment to live out
the gospel values. As Jesus himself has told us, “Whatever you do for the least of my brothers and sisters,
you do for me”. (Matthew 25:40)
------------------------------------------------------------------------_________ I/we will prepare a Thanksgiving food basket/box
_________ I/we will make a monetary contribution.
Make checks payable to St. Anthony’s Church; write “Social Services” on the memo line.
Mail to or drop of at the rectory.
_________ I/we will donate a turkey
NAME: __________________________________ PHONE # ________________
St Anthony CYO Basketball
Boys Travel Basketball Registration
Hawthorne’s premier youth travel basketball program—the
St Anthony Hawks CYO program—is accepting registrations
for tryouts for the upcoming season.
Only boys that attend St Anthony CCD are eligible.
The CYO boys’ teams are divided into three age groups:
Junior Hawks: 3rd/4th graders
Junior Varsity: 5th/6th graders Varsity: 7th/8th graders
Registrations will be accepted on these nights:
Sunday October 23rd
OR Thursday October 27th
St Anthony School Gym; 270 Diamond Bridge, Hawthorne
Players do NOT need to attend the registration
New players must bring copy of player’s birth certificate.
Cost: $135 per player---$175 max per family (siblings only)
Sunday, October 30th
Tuesday November 1st
Season has 15-20 games, then playoffs. Practices are held
at least once per week. Games begin in mid-December, and
run through late February.
e-mail: [email protected]
phone: Brian Tousignant 973-423-0075
Mark Your Calendar
Organiza ons & Ministries
Art & Environment Com.
Preparation for the
Sacrament of Baptism
Catholic Men’s Group
Golden Horizon Club
Holy Name Society
Knights of Columbus
Prayer & Healing
Special Friends of
St. Anthony’s Feast
Advent by Candle
Meets Mondays 7:00 PM in School
Fr. Roberto Amador
Friday, December 2, 2016
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church
Deacon Anthony Bernardine
Mary Ann Martone
Tina & Bill Martin
Deacon Gerald Fadlalla
St. Vincent DePaul Society Ken Silvestri
“Advent by Candlelight” is a gift for women
to gather for a time of spiritual reflection on the
sig-nificance and beauty of the Advent season.
Our Keynote Speaker, Sister Loretta DeDomenicis, FMA is a Salesian Sister, who loves to
serve the young with joy! She brings to us a
wealth of experience and stories to help us grow
closer to Jesus and His Mother during this Advent Season. The theme is: “To Him, She
Leads!” Plan to leave energized and ready to
take on the Season with grace and patience. A
woman’s job is endless, attending to numerous
details, so come be renewed, refreshed and
leave better for having been part of St. Anthony’s
First Ad-vent by Candlelight Experience!
Please consider treating your friends, relatives
or neighbors to this special event. Table hostess duties include reserving a table, inviting up
to 7 guests, decorating your table, and providing table settings for your guests. This year,
Coﬀee and Tea will be provided!
Send in your Reservation today.
Space is Limited!
Each space is $10. Reservation forms and
money may be dropped off at the Religious
Education Office, Attn: Advent By Candlelight,
270 Diamond Bridge Ave, Hawthorne, NJ
07506. All checks should be payable to St. Anthony’s. If you have any questions, please
contact Sr. Betty Ann @ 973-427-7873 or
email: [email protected]
4X8 -$100.00 or 12X12 pavers $500.00 ). For
more information contact Mary Ann at the
rectory office. (973-427-1478) f you would
like to memorialize a loved one, why not
choose a paver in our St. Anthony’s Jubilee
Garden. Pavers are still available.
THE HOLIDAYS ARE JUST AROUND THE CORNER…
Weekly Retail SCRIP Orders begin next week!
You can use these gift cards not only as gifts but to complete your shopping as
well – all while fundraising for your Church!
As always, check out our Retail Sheet in this week’s bulletin (also available at the SCRIP table by the
front doors of the church) for what is available. You can also view the entire Retailers List (which
includes regional stores) on the Great Lakes website: www.shopwithscrip.com
We are placing Retail Orders weekly during the Holiday Season. Please note the deadlines below:
Send Your Order in by:
Receive Your Order By:
** No Orders Placed the week of Thanksgiving **
(LAST CHANCE BEFORE CHRISTMAS)
Payments can be made by cash or check (make payable to St. Anthony Church).
AND REMEMBER…Grocery SCRIP is always available!
The SCRIP table is located on the right-hand side, by the front doors of the church after mass. We
have major supermarkets & local food stores available:
* New * SuperFresh/
Key Foods (replacing
* New * ACME
Stop & Shop
Food Basics – Glen
(replacing A&P –
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the SCRIP table or email us at
Baja Fresh Mexican
Contact # ___________________ Order Total_________
You may use this order form when placing a
Supermarket OR Retail SCRIP order. Make your
check out to St. Anthony School. Please share this
list with your family, friends and coworkers.
Bertucci Italian Restaurant
Buffalo Wild Wings (or $25)
Chevy’s Fresh Mex
Questions? Email us: [email protected]
Thank you for supporting your parish.
Chili’s/ Maggiano’s Little Italy
[All Supermarkets are a 5% discount unless noted]
** Supermarket Cards are available immediately **
ShopRite ($25/50/100) ________ ACME ($25/50/100 )_________
Stop & Shop ($25/50/100) _________
Superfresh [formerly Food Basics, Glen Rock]($50)__________
FoodTown ($25/50/100) __________ Kings ($25/100)__________
Market Basket ($100) ________ Lakeview Farms ($10) _________
Corrados ($25/50) _________
Goffle Road Poultry Farm ($25) ________
Olive Garden/ Longhorn
Whole Foods [3%] ($25/100) ________
Exxon/Mobil (or $100/250)
Best Western (or $100)
Comfort Inn (or $100)
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Chuck E. Cheese
Cold Stone Creamery
Dave & Buster’s
Honey Baked Ham
Legal Sea Foods
Noodles & Company
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
Qdoba Mexican Grill
Ruth Chris Steakhouse
Uno’s Pizzeria & Grill
Disney * (or $100 / $1000)
Hyatt Hotels (or $100)
Disney Vacations/Resorts/Stores in FL & CA
INCLUDING local Disney stores
Amazon.com (or $100)
AMC-single movie tkts
American Eagle Outfitters
American Girl (or $100)
Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble (or $100)
Bass Pro Shops
Bath & Body Works
Bath & Body Works
Bed Bath & Beyond/
Bloomingdale’s or $100)
Boscov’s Dept Stores
Casual Male XL
Crate and Barrel (or $100)
Dick’s Sporting Goods
Gap/Old Navy/Ban. Rep.
JoAnn’s Fabric & Crafts
Jos. A. Bank
Kohl’s Dept. Store
Lane Bryant/Fashion Bug
Office Depot/ Office Max
Lord and Taylor
Lowe’s Home Improvmnt
Lowe’s Home Improvmnt
Saks Fifth Avenue
Toys R Us/Babies R Us
** complete listing of gift cards available at our vendor:
Retail Order Dates 2016-2017
(ordered on Monday/arrives by Friday)
January 17 (2017)
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“Serving St. Anthony’s Parish Since 1953”
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Catering 7 Days a Week
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Email: [email protected]
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Hawthorne, NJ 07506
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511 Goffle Road · Wyckoff, NJ
300 Sicomac Avenue, Wyckoff
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Delicatessen, Bakery, Gourmet
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We Provide: Certified Home Health Aides · Live-ins · Bath Service
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We offer personal care services hourly or live-in
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