The Angelus - Our Lady of the Holy Angels



The Angelus - Our Lady of the Holy Angels
Our Lady of the Holy Angels
Roman Catholic Church
The Angelus
465 Main Street
Little Falls, New Jersey 07424
Ph: 973-256-5200 Fax: 973-256-0185
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T w e n t y - f i r s t S u n da y i n O rd i n a r y T i m e
Mass Schedule
7:00 AM, 11:45 AM
Both celebrated
in the Chapel.
This Week’s
5:00 PM, 7:00 PM
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7:30 AM, 9:30 AM,
11:30 AM,
5:00 PM, 6:30 PM
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Rite of
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Saturday: 3:45 PM
Confessions take place
in the Church.
Other times are available
by appointment.
Contact Us
Phone: 973-256-5200
Fax: 973-256-0185
General E-mail: [email protected]
Msgr. T. Mark Condon
Rev. Ricardo Ortega, Jr.
Rev. Giovanni A. Rodriguez
Deacon Joe Sisco
Stella Crispo
Parish Office
Trish Filiaci
Josephine Lyons
Trish Filiaci
Parish Office
Beverly Cuccinelli
Louise Cox
Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM-4:30 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
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Weekly Calendar
Sunday, August 23rd - Missionary Co-op Appeal
1:00 PM - Communal Baptism
Monday, August 24th
Tuesday, August 25th
Wednesday, August 26th
Thursday, August 27th
Friday, August 28th
Saturday, August 29th
Sunday, August 30th
1:00 PM - Communal Baptism
Weekly Readings
& Faith Sharing Questions
Bulletin Submissions
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Monday, August 24th
Rv 21:9b-14; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18; Jn 1:45-51
Tuesday, August 25th
1 Thes 2:1-8; Ps 139:1-6; Mt 23:23-26
Wednesday, August 26th
1 Thes 2:9-13; Ps 139:7-12ab; Mt 23:27-32
Thursday, August 27th
1 Thes 3:7-13; Ps 90:3-5a, 12-14, 17; Mt 24:42-51
Friday, August 28th
1 Thes 4:1-8; Ps 97:1, 2b, 5-6, 10-12; Mt 25:1-13
Saturday, August 29th
1 Thes 4:9-11; Ps 98:1, 7-9; Mk 6:17-29
Sunday, August 30th
Dt 4:1-2, 6-8; Ps 15:2-5; Jas 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27;
Mk 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
Parish “CARES Mobile”
Mary Dominianni, *973-256-4109
*Please, no calls after 9:00 PM
If you need transportation to keep an appointment, or to visit a relative
in a nearby hospital or nursing home, please call Mary.
Visiting the Homebound and Hospitalized
Please call the Parish Ministry Center and let us know that a loved one
or dear friend is hospitalized or homebound.
Eucharist for the Homebound
Agnes Arena, 973-256-5006
If you know of any parishioner who wishes to receive Eucharist at
home, please call with the appropriate information, or have them call.
We have several trained Eucharistic Ministers for the Homebound
What struck you most from this week’s readings?
Why do you think it struck you?
What ideas do you find most challenging in the text?
Were there any readings you don’t understand?
Is there any part you find difficult to accept or agree
6. What from the readings do you find memorable? What
do you think you will remember and carry within you in
the future?
Anointing of the Sick or Elderly
It is generally best to call while the sick person can participate in the
rite. Please call the Parish Ministry Center.
Novenas after Masses
Tues.: St. Anthony & Mary, Mother of God; Thurs.: St. Jude
Music Ministry
Stella Crispo, 973-256-5200 x-23
Children’s Choir: Sunday 9:30 AM; Adult Choir: Sunday 11:30 AM;
Bell Choir.
973-256-5200 x-10
Arrangements must be made at least 1 year in advance.
Blessed Bloomers XIV
Infant Baptism
In honor of Fr. Mychal Judge, ofm, Mychal's
Message will be distributing new underwear,
undershirts and socks in September. Please
help us to provide these basic essentials to
those in need. The “Blessed Bloomers” can be dropped
off in the containers at the church doors or tax deductible
donations can be sent to Mychal's Message, PO Box
6404, Lancaster, PA 17607. Further info, please contact
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We strongly suggest you prepare for your baby’s baptism by attending
the preparation class at least 2 months before your baby’s baptism.
Both parents are required to attend. Please call the Parish Ministry
Center for dates of upcoming sessions. Pre-registration is required
to attend a session.
JPIC (Justice, Peace, & the Integrity of Creation Committee)
Agnes Czaplinski, 973-942-7167
Please call for meeting schedule.
Rosary Society
Barbara D’Allegro, 973-808-8568
The Angelus
Mass Intentions
Saturday, August 22nd
5:00 PM - People of the Parish, Joseph Pellegrino,
Carleigh Jones
7:00 PM - Justin Thomas Maione
Sunday, August 23rd
7:30 AM - William Beeck
9:30 AM - Mildred Snyder
11:30 AM - James Barden Jones (14th Anniv.),
Marion Csigi, Edward Russ, Sr.
5:00 PM - Jessie Reda
6:30 PM - Gary Stanziano
Monday, August 24th
7:00 AM - Monica Casonava (Liv.)
11:45 AM - Roy Voorhis
Tuesday, August 25th
7:00 AM - People of the Parish
11:45 AM - Gerardo Tolve
Wednesday, August 26th
7:00 AM - Donald Yott
11:45 AM - Charles Helwig
Thursday, August 27th
7:00 AM - William Beeck
11:45 AM - Noreen Ward
Friday, August 28th
7:00 AM - People of the Parish
11:45 AM - Charles Helwig
Saturday, August 29th
5:00 PM - Bill and Theresa Shershin,
Rocco Moschetta and Bill Cassidy,
Victor J. Winkler
7:00 PM - Henrietta Basile, James De Maio
Sunday, August 30th
7:30 AM - Dot and Bob Gordon
9:30 AM - People of the Parish
11:30 AM - Claude Pavia, Angel Nino (5th Anniv.),
Jessie and Bobby Reda
5:00 PM - Michael and Mary Rotolo
6:30 PM - Mary Bakic
In Memoriam, Over the Past 20 Years
August 22, 1994 to August 28, 2014
William D. Conti, Sr. 08 22 1994 Gerard (Jerry) C. Kelleher 08 25 2005
Josephine Ruffalo 08 22 1994
Loretta E. Petkos 08 25 2008
Luan Phan 08 22 2001
C. Edward Lane 08 26 1995
Grace Tuscano 08 22 2001
Rose Testa 08 26 2000
Virginia Bertolini 08 22 2004
Nilda Ventrella 08 26 2009
Joseph E. Dulski, Jr. 08 22 2004
Veronica Furfaro 08 27 1995
Bruno Dominianni 08 23 2000
Alexander Mancini 08 27 1996
Frances M. Tomes 08 23 2002 Deborah Fantuzzi-Nerone 08 27 1997
Theresa Barbieri 08 23 2003
Bruno Crotta 08 27 2002
Mary Ciccone Rosato 08 24 1998
Arthur R. Kinsey 08 27 2003
Robert Jude Sweezy 08 24 1999
John Brown 08 28 1996
Arthur Trombino 08 24 2003
Frances Sisco 08 28 1996
Clara Swofford 08 24 2008
Linda M. Castelletti 08 28 1998
Dolores J. Sullivan 08 24 2013
Joseph Coco 08 28 2001
Delbert A. Mc Cabe 08 25 1995
Denise Mooney 08 28 2006
Sylvia Caruso 08 25 2000
2015 Rosary Society Trips
Holy Angels Rosary Society is sponsoring the
following trips for 2015:
September 28th-October 1st
Vermont Fall Foliage
October 13th
Vocationist Fathers Day of Recollection
For further information, call Millie at 973-256-4916.
Please Pray for Our Sick
Joseph Barrise
William Bishop
Margaret Burke
Shaun Carrig
Michael Disimino
Toni Disimino
Steven Domalewski
Rita Garrison
Cheryl Marino
Fr. Cassian Miles, OFM
Gloria Papciak
Jackie Post
Joseph Pellegrino
Mary Beth Sigle
Mary Lou Sigle
Gisella Sisti
Corinne Spencer
Mary Morris
Maintenance Collection
(2nd Collection on the 3rd Sunday of the month)
Helps defray the costs of rebuilding not covered by
insurance and for the general improvement of parish
buildings: Saint Francis Hall, Blanche Timm Center, and the
School Building. Thank you for your generosity.
Keep in Touch over the Summer!
Holy Angels’ website and Facebook page keep you in touch
anytime! Our website
offers easy access to
information, such as our
The Catholic Community of Holy Angels
weekly mass schedule,
bulletins and parish
calendar. You may email us directly from the
website. We invite you
to take a moment to get
to know our website.
Our Facebook page keeps you connected to the parish
community and updates you on current events taking place.
Just visit us at:
Click Here for Photo Updates on the Renovation Project!
Click Here for Renovation Campaign Pledge Form!
Our Lady of the Holy Angels Community, in the Diocese of Paterson and the Township of
Little Falls, is a Christian community ministering with a wide geographic range.
We are committed to building a community which is truly Catholic, united in our adherence
to the faith handed down through the ages from the apostles. We invite you to learn more
about our community of faith. We offer our services to those in need, and for those who wish
to serve, we offer many opportunities.
Preaching the gospel and developing Christian discipleship continues to lead us to a greater
response to the current needs of our sisters and brothers - ministering among the poor, the
sick and the alienated.
If you would like to register as a parishioner of Holy Angels Community, click the
"REGISTER" button to the left to access and print our census form. PLEASE NOTE: Online
entry not available, please print and fill out the census form and mail or drop off to Holy
Mary’s Rosary Circle
We pray the rosary for healing of anyone in need of
God’s help, especially for cures and preventions of
cancer patients. The circle meets on the first and third
Tuesdays of the month, meeting in the Chapel at 6:30
PM. All are welcome to attend—everyone’s prayers
are needed.
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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Msgr. T. Mark Condon
Bishop Serratellli has designated the month of August as a me to pray for those who are suffering religious persecu on. The
Bishop’s le er to the people of the Diocese of Paterson is printed here below.
My dear brothers and sisters in the Lord,
On June 30, 2015, the feast of the Chris ans martyred under Nero in 64 A.D., our Holy Father, Pope Francis, remarked that there
are more persecuted Chris ans in the world today than there were in the first centuries. Each month 180 Chris ans are being
martyred. These sad sta s cs bear witness to the fact that Chris ans are among the most persecuted religious groups worldwide.
In more than 60 countries, over 200 million Chris ans are being denied their fundamental rights. In 41 of those countries, Islamic
extremists are barbarically beheading, crucifying and killing men, women, young people and children. Tragically, in those areas of
the world where Chris anity once began, the Chris an community is being wiped off the map. Islamic jihadists do not limit their
violence to Chris ans alone. They spare no religious group, even killing those of their own Muslim faith.
As Pope Francis recently remarked, "The drama c news ... about violence, kidnapping ...and harassment against Chris ans and
other groups does not stop. We want to assure those involved in these situa ons that we do not forget them, but we are close to
them and pray insistently that, very quickly, the intolerable brutality of which they are vic ms is put to an end" (Angelus, May 1,
The Pope has urged us to pray for an increased awareness of the "drama of persecuted Chris ans in our day," for religious freedom
as an "inalienable human right" and for the "end to this unacceptable crime." In response to our Holy Father's urgent request and
united with him in concern for all those suffering religious persecu on, I am designa ng this August as a diocesan-wide Month of
Prayer for Those Suffering Religious Persecu on.
I invite all pastors and religious superiors to promote this inten on. The Prayer for Those Suffering Religious Persecu on should be
prayed together at all Masses.
Invoking God's blessing on all the faithful, religious and clergy of our diocese, I remain,
J. S
, S.T.D., S.S.L., D.D.
Good and gracious Father, whose own Beloved Son suffered violence and death for the salva on of the world,
listen graciously to our cry for all who are being persecuted for their faith. In your great mercy, comfort them
with the Holy Spirit.
Give them strength in the face of hos lity and courage in the face of trial. Open the eyes of those who raise
their hands in violence to see others as their brothers and sisters, children of the one Father of all. By your
grace, turn their hearts from hatred to love.
Through the powerful intercession of the Immaculate Queen of Peace, may jus ce and peace prevail so that all
may have the freedom to worship you, the one true God and him whom you have sent, Jesus Christ, who lives
and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen
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A visitor to our parish recently observed to me as I stood at the door of the church to greet people following Mass: “I have
never seen so many people leave Mass early.” I had to agree. I have o en wondered why people do, in fact, leave Mass so early. At
first I thought that it was because of our horrendous parking situa on. But that can’t be the reason. Even when the parking lot is
half-full people leave Mass before it is through – some mes even walking past the celebrant to get to the door. On various
occasions I have gingerly and with as much tact as possible asked, “Is it possible to wait un l the Mass is concluded before you
leave?” The answer, invariably, “God doesn’t care – he only cares that I am here.” The response is absolutely correct insofar as it
goes. But our presence at Mass is not only a ma er of showing respect for God – although, of course, our worship of Almighty God
is what is most important – it is also a ma er of showing respect for one another.
Of course, there will be mes when a person is pressed for me, or doesn’t feel well, or just wants to move on with the
day quickly and feels that they must leave Mass before it is concluded. I understand that and, frankly, during my various s nts as a
student or when on vaca on, I have occasionally bolted to the door before the conclusion of the final hymn. But I ask you to ask
yourself, is there something really so important that I must leave Mass early every week? If the answer is “yes” well then the
ma er is se led. If the answer is “some mes” – that would seem to provide for an occasional early exit, but if the answer is “no” –
then it might be an exercise in self-discipline to remain following Holy Communion to offer thanksgiving for the gi of the Body and
Blood of the Lord that we have received in the company of others also grateful for the gi of the Eucharist.
We don’t receive Holy Communion as individuals alone – we receive the Body and Blood of the Lord in common and are
built up into the Body of Christ through receiving the Eucharis c Lord – together. A moment spent in prayer following Holy
Communion is an encouragement to our brothers and sisters who need the witness of our faith in order to remain faithful of the
call to follow the Lord. In our fast paced society an extra moment or two in prayer can help to make us more focused on what is
really important in the week ahead. Addi onally, our culture really seems to need, at least in my opinion, more emphasis on
mutual respect and what my grandmother, and probably yours, called “good manners.” In the ever increasing coarsening of
language and culture in all forms of media it is healthy and humanizing to keep places like church sacred not only because they
pertain to the things of God but because they remind us that we are all made in God’s image and so we are each deserving of the
respect and the dignity that comes from that truth. I am always grateful to see anyone who comes to Mass – whether early or late
– or even on the fly following Mass – and I would be even happier if I didn’t see you as a blur running down the stairs. Do we
always need to be in such a hurry?
Bishop Serratelli wrote an ar cle for The Beacon last year which is an excellent medita on on church e que e – it might
be good food for thought as we remember that while reverence is essen ally held in the heart our outward expression and
manners says a great deal about what we feel inside and what we believe to be of central importance.
J. S
England’s Queen Elizabeth II has reigned for fi y-nine years. During her life me, she has seen eleven U.S. presidents come
and go. Queen Elizabeth got along especially well with President Reagan. Once, they even went horse-back riding together at
Windsor Castle. However, such familiarity did not push aside royal protocol.
In 1982, when the president and the queen were walking together, President Reagan wanted his wife, Nancy, to walk in
front of them. But, according to royal protocol, the president’s wife was expected to walk behind the queen and next to the
queen’s husband. Sensing the awkwardness of the situa on, the queen had them all walk together in one line.
Civil people s ll observe proper e que e when in the presence of the queen. When the queen enters a room, the guests
stand. In gree ng her, a man bows and a woman curtsies. When they first address the queen, they say, “Your Majesty,” therea er,
“Ma'am.” No one speaks unless first addressed by the queen.
We should not be surprised that there is a protocol in the presence of royalty. A er all, the queen embodies in her person
the Bri sh Commonwealth. She is the cons tu onal monarch of sixteen independent sovereign states. The respect shown her is
the respect shown to all the people under her scepter. It is a way of acknowledging that her power and authority are at the service
of the good of both her people and all.
The 15th century Council of Basel drew the comparison between the way we are expected to behave in the presence of
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our civil rulers and the way we should behave in the presence of God. The Council stated, “A person who is about to make a
request to a secular prince takes pains to compose himself and his words by decent dress, becoming gesture, regulated speech and
close a en on of mind. How much more careful ought he to be in all these things when he is about to pray to almighty God in a
sacred place!” Coming into the presence of God requires a proper e que e on our part. Yet, we seem to be less and less aware of
this in our day.
Today, a very casual a tude pervades all our social interac ons. Proper church e que e, like all civil behavior, suffers
greatly in our day. The way that we dress for church is casual. Some mes more suited for the sports field or beach! Our observance
of silence is casual as well. Not infrequently people chew gum in church, keep their cell phones on and talk during the liturgy.
The way that we behave in the presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament has changed much in the last two genera ons.
Genuflec ng when coming before the Blessed Sacrament in the tabernacle is rarely done. At funerals and weddings, as some come
to receive Holy Communion, they stop and chat with others instead of approaching the Lord in prayerful recollec on. In some
places, reverence to the Eucharist is withheld when the mandated rituals of purifica on of the sacred vessels a er Communion are
laid aside for a more casual disposal of the fragments of the Eucharist and the remains of the Precious Blood.
To begin, when we come to church, we are not coming to just an ordinary building. We are entering a sacred place. Yes,
the church is, first of all, the People of God “made one as the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one and … the temple of God
built with living stones, in which the Father is worshipped in spirit and in truth” (Order of the Dedica on of a Church, ch. II, 1).
Nonetheless, the church building is made holy not simply by the worshipping community, but by the very Presence of God.
“Nothing so becomes a church as silence and good order. Noise belongs to theatres…and market-places: but [in church]…
there should be s llness, and quiet and calm reflec on, and a haven of much repose” (St. John Chrysostom). We are not a ending
a performance. We are par cipa ng in liturgy, the very worship of God. In church, we are most visibly before God. Even our dress
should acknowledge this. As St. Cyprian once said, “The dress of the body should not discredit the good of the soul.”
Perhaps we have lost sight of the basic fact that God is Lord and we are his humble servants. He made us. He is the
Creator, not us. With all our advances in science, with our technological ability to begin human life and to end human life, to
manipulate and control life, we may be tempted to push God aside and place ourselves at the center of the universe.
This may explain something of our rather casual a tudes and behaviors when we come into his presence. While his
power and authority may seem to have been diminished in the view of some, it is not so in reality. He has placed all his goodness at
the service of our redemp on.
God, the Lord of all crea on, has stooped to rescue us from our sins. He has sent his only-bego en Son to be our Savior.
As Paul reminds us, “Though he was in the form of God, he did not regard equality with God something to be grasped. Rather, he
emp ed himself…coming in human likeness; …he humbled himself, becoming obedient to death, even death on a cross. Because of
this, God greatly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee
should bend, of those in heaven and on earth and under the earth…” (Phil 2:6-9).
When we come to church, we come to the Eucharist where this mystery of Christ’s dying and rising for us is made present.
When we enter church, we are before Christ present to us in the Blessed Sacrament. Therefore, our reverence is not one of
trembling or dread, cowering before a monarch whose power we fear. No! It is the hushed awe in the presence of a love too great
for words. A love that inspires and li s up. A love that draws us out of ourselves into the very life of God.
The more we realize what it means to come to church, the more easily will our dress, our ac ons, our speech and our
silence publicly witness to our faith in God who gathers us together so that “from the rising of the sun to its se ng, a pure sacrifice
may be offered to [his] name” (Roman Missal, Eucharis c Prayer III, third edi on).
One of the most vital ministries in our parish, or any parish, is that of catechist. In order for our faith forma on program to
work we are in need of catechists to help us in this vital work of handing on the faith to the young people of our parish. We are in
need of more catechists so that our faith forma on program con nues to be effec ve. Please think about serving as a catechist.
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You don’t need to be an expert teacher; all that you need is a love for the faith and the Lord. Please contact Ms. Trish Filiaci if you
would be able to give the gi of your service to the young people of our parish in this important ministry. If you are able to serve as
catechist please know that you will be given assistance to help in this work and that there are many to guide you along the way.
Thank you for your willingness to be open to this invita on to take part in such an important work of our parish. Thank you!
Many Catholics never completed the process of their full ini a on into the Church by receiving the Sacrament of
Confirma on. If you are an adult bap zed Catholic and have not been confirmed but would like to be, please contact me at the
parish office or via e-mail and we can talk about the program that will begin in the fall that will lead to receiving the gi s of the
Holy Spirit in Confirma on at Easter. If you are an adult Catholic who has never been confirmed please consider taking part in this
This weekend we welcome Father Ariel Robles of the Philippines who will speak to us about the work of his congrega on
in the missions. Father Ariel is addressing us as a part of the Missionary-Coopera ve Plan that our diocese takes part in every year.
Your support of Father Ariel is support of the Church’s evangelizing effort. I know that you will warmly welcome Father Ariel and
support the good work that he does and so many missionaries do for the sake of the gospel throughout the world.
Thank you for welcoming Father Ariel and for your generosity in the second collec on that will be used to support the
work of the missions.
From me to me parishioners ask about dona ng sacred furnishing that might be memorialized as a tribute to departed
loved ones. I am always reluctant to memorialize any item for use in the church because they wear out and a future pastor will
have different ideas about what is appropriate for church. Thus, a memorial is really something that needs to endure for a very
significant period of me. A parish Na vity Set is such an item. For whatever reason, our Na vity is incomplete and in bad repair;
some of the figures have digits and limbs missing. Rough journey to Bethlehem I guess! Last year, memorials were accepted but we
did not cover all of the items and so the idea to acquire a new Na vity was abandoned. The one that will be purchased, someday, is
made in Italy and is carved in wood. The Na vity is beau ful and worthy of the mystery of the Incarna on. It was suggested that
people might have the opportunity to memorialize loved ones by banding together for a par cular piece. Of course, people are
welcome to take advantage of that opportunity as well. Those who wish to contribute toward the Na vity or a par cular piece may
do so for an offering of a $300.00 pledge that might be fulfilled over six months. The Memorial List is as follows:
Infant Jesus – $2,000.00 (Already Memorialized)
Virgin Mary – $1,750.00 (Already Memorialized)
Saint Joseph – $1,750.00 (Already Memorialized)
Gloria Angel – $3,000.00 (Already Memorialized)
Magi (Three Kings) – $2,750.00 each (2 Kings Memorialized)
Shepherds (2) – $2,750.00 each
Woman Shepherd (1) – $2,750.00
Ox – $2,000.00
Donkey – $2,000.00
Sheep (4) – $1,000.00 each
Lambs (3) – $900.00 each (Already Memorialized)
Camel – $3,000.00 (Already Memorialized)
If you are interested in memorializing these items, please call Mrs. Beverly Cuccinelli at the parish office. The quality of the
Na vity figures can be seen in examining the statuary in our church, for example, the Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Sacred Heart, and
the other statues in the shrine area. We will create a memorial plaque that will be placed in our Franciscan Shrine that will be kept
in the church year round. Thank you for your considera on of this opportunity to honor departed loved ones and praise the
mystery of the Incarna on, the Word made flesh.
Sincerely in Christ,
Monsignor T. Mark Condon
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Faith Formation Corner
Faith Formation Registration 2015-2016
All registration forms that were mailed out for our 20152016 Faith Formation Programs need to be completed
and returned to the ministry center ASAP, in order for us
to appropriately plan, prepare and organize the upcoming
year. If you are in need of a registration packet, please
contact the Parish Ministry Center at 973-256-5200.
We Are in Need of Catechists
for All Programs!
Please carefully review the information in the registration
letter with regard to our need for Catechists and return the
Catechist Volunteer Form that was enclosed in the
registration packet or the form on this page to the ministry
center ASAP. If you would like more detailed information
about becoming a catechist, please contact Trish at:
[email protected] or leave a message at the Parish
Ministry Center: 973-256-5200.
Confirmation Program
Please see the following list for possible ministry
opportunities that all students can become involved with:
Fr. English Food Pans
Please support the Fr. English Center and support a
family or two by making a meal for them to enjoy. Food
pans and recipes are available during each confirmation
session. All pans should be clearly marked with the meal
that it contains and they should be brought back to the
next month’s confirmation session FROZEN.
Food Bank
Community food bank dates have been set for this year.
It is a wonderful ministry and opportunity to work with
others to help feed the hungry. For more specific
information about dates and what is involved in this
ministry, please contact Laura Sodano through our Parish
Ministry Center at 973-256-5200.
Special Olympic Events
Volunteers are needed for upcoming Special Olympic
Events in our area. Please contact Chris Troyano for
more specific information: [email protected]
Faith Formation CATECHIST Volunteer
(Please Print Clearly)
Home Phone:
Cell Phone:
I would like to volunteer as a CATECHIST for the
following program(s):
Sunday Morning Program Grades 1-4
Middle School Program Grades 5-6
Confirmation Program Grades 7-8
Altar Servers
This is an important ministry for our parish and your
support and involvement once per month is needed! We
are especially in need of servers for the Saturday and
Sunday evening masses. Please contact the Parish
Ministry Center (973-256-5200) if you are interested in
becoming an altar server.
Volunteer Emergency Contact Information (please
print clearly):
Readers Wanted! We are in need of lectors to read once
per month during one of our liturgies. Please contact the
Parish Ministry Center (973-256-5200) if you are
interested in becoming a lector.
Our Music Ministry Needs You!
Join us in our Children’s Choir, Bell Choir or Adult Choir
as we share our love for the Lord and praise Him through
music. New members and instrumentalists are always
welcome. Contact Stella at 973-256-5200 x-23 or talk to
her after mass.
If you have a child enrolled in our Faith Formation
Program, please complete the following:
Faith Formation Assistants
Classroom Assistants are needed for our Faith Formation
[email protected] if you are interested in volunteering.
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Cell Phone:
Cell Phone:
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Please return to the Parish Ministry Center.
St. Paul Inside the Walls
205 Madison Avenue, Madison
Register: 973-377-1004 or
God’s Plan for a Joy-Filled Marriage
Saturday, October 3rd
9:00 AM-3:00 PM
$125 per couple (includes lunch)
This program will be offered for
couples preparing to receive the
Sacrament of Matrimony. Call
Marie Ryan with any questions and to register 973377-1004. Registration is required.
Want to Get Closer to the One You Love?
You can do that on a Worldwide Marriage
Encounter weekend! On a Marriage Encounter
weekend, married couples can get away from jobs,
kids, chores, and phones for 44 hours – and focus
only on each other. If you’d like greater depth,
growth, and enrichment in your relationship, you’ll
like the difference a Worldwide Marriage Encounter
weekend can make! For more information, contact
Mike and Eileen Morgan at 973-827-9606, email
them at [email protected], or go to
Troubled Marriage?
Consider a RETROUVAILLE weekend. This is a Catholic-based
program open to people of all faiths. The next NJ/NY weekend is
September 18-20, 2015 at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, NJ.
Find out more at, and for further information
or registration, please call 973-723-7090.
Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend
Moderated by: Marie Ryan
For any woman, man, relative, or friend who seeks an
experience of healing, this weekend will help identify the impact
of loss and unresolved feelings with which many struggle after
abortion. Contact Eniola Honsberger for more information.
Scripture and the 12 Steps:
Recovery with Christ
Every Sunday of the month - 9:30 AM
followed by 11:00 AM Mass hosted by the Young Adults
Do you have a situation in your life that seems to resurface when
you thought you had resolved it? If these behaviors don’t serve
us well, why do we repeat them? If so, join us who have found a
design for living that works: SCRIPTURE AND THE 12 STEPS.
Soccer Challenge
The Knights of Columbus Council No. 3835 will be
holding a Soccer Challenge (free kick contest) on
Saturday, September 12, 2015 at the Paterson
Avenue Athletic Fields in Little Falls from 1:00-4:00 PM. It is
open to boys and girls ages 9-14. For more information,
please contact Ron Yutko at 973-785-2079.
Food Pantry Shelves are Bare!
Our Food Pantry coordinators, Ed Kohler and
David Mallonee, need your help. It is summer
time and our food pantry shelves are getting
very empty. Thanks to your generosity in the
past, we have been able to distribute up to 40
to 50 bags of groceries each week. Our basic bag consists
of a box of cereal, a box of pasta and a jar/can of sauce, a
can or two of soup, two cans of vegetables - one green
(peas, green beans, etc.) and one starch (beans, corn,
potatoes, etc.), a can of tuna fish, a can of fruit or a jar of
peanut butter or jelly, and/or whatever extras we may have
that week.
Right now we are in desperate need of cereal, tomato sauce,
soup and canned vegetables. We could also use cans of
tuna or fruit and jars of peanut butter or jelly. Pasta is the
one thing of which we have plenty!
Please keep the food pantry in mind when you do your
grocery shopping and pick up an extra can or jar of
August 23, 2015 - Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
Knights of Columbus Council #3835
Join us for our Chicken Barbeque!!!
Friday, September 11, 2015 at 6:00 PM
Holy Angels Church in Saint Francis Hall
Dinner - $13.00 | Children under 10 - $8.00
1/2 B-B-Q Chicken (1/4 chicken for kids)
Corn-on-the-Cob, and Refreshments
Dessert, Coffee and Tea
Eat in or take out
For tickets, call:
Richard at 973-851-0332 or Brian at 201-937-0269
Be a Soldier of Christ
Join the Knights of Columbus.
Contact Mike Vaclavicek for info
at 973-890-0821.
Veneration of Holy Relics
Friday, October 23rd 10:00 AM-9:00 PM
and Saturday, October 24th 8:00-10:00 AM
Come to the Church of the Immaculate Conception
30 N. Fullerton Avenue, Montclair, NJ
and venerate the holy relics of
and her Blessed parents LOUIS & ZELIE MARTIN
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Our Lady of the Holy Angels Church
2015 Votive Light Memorial Opportunity
Location: ___ Sacred Heart of Jesus
___ Saint Anthony of Padua, Saint Jude Thaddeus, and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (The Little Flower)
I would like to remember my loved one with a Memorial Candle.
My choice is: ___ One-time cost of $500.00 _______________ (check enclosed)
___ One-time cost of $500.00 to be paid in five monthly installments___________
___ Bill yearly at $75.00
Your name:
Mail to: Our Lady of the Holy Angels, Attn: Beverly Cuccinelli, 465 Main Street, Little Falls, NJ 07424
Caldwell Dominican Sisters Lumen Center
Caldwell Dominican Motherhouse, Caldwell
Gifts Given and Received:
Welcoming in the New School Year
Date: Tuesday, September 8th
Breakfast: 8:30 AM
Program: 9:30 AM-12:00 PM
Presenter: Jane Selinske
Fee: $20/person; register by September 2nd
Celtic Evening of Reflection and Song
Date: Tuesday, September 15th
Supper: 5:30 PM
Program: 6:15-8:00 PM
Presenter: Carmel Boyle
Fee: $35/person; register by September 11th
Written by Pope John Paul II ~ July 29, 2000
Cursillo World Conference held at the Vatican
The Cursillo method aims at helping to transform in a
Christian Way, the environments where people live and
work through the involvement of “new men and women”
who have become such from their encounter with Christ.
This is a goal of the three day “little course” on
Christianity, in which a team of priests and lay people,
supported by prayer and sacrifices of the movement's
other members, communicate the fundamental truths of
the Christian faith in an especially “living way.”
If you are looking for such an experience, the next
weekend dates are:
Women’s 172nd Cursillo: October 1-4, 2015
Men’s 189th Cursillo: November 19-21, 2015
Phone: 973-403-3331 x-25 or x-26
E-mail: [email protected]
For more information, please contact Lorraine and Bob
Oechslin 973-227-4770.
Easter 2015
Financial Outlook Ending
Easter 8/16/15
Collection Goals
2015-2016 Yearly Collection Goal
2015-2016 Weekly Goal
Collection 8/16/15
Collection thru envelopes/checks
Collection thru Cash
Auto Debit Program
Weekly Collection Total
Weekly Collection Analysis
Fiscal Year 7/1/15-6/30/16
Collection Shortage - 8/16/15
Cumulative Shortage
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Maintenance Collection Fund
Last Collection 8/16/15
2015-2016 Cumulative Collection
Next Collection 9/19/15-9/20/15
Envelope Usage
Registered Households
Households Receiving Envelopes
Households Using Envelopes
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