Bulletin September 18 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 9, 2016
October 8, 2016
October 9, 2016
People of the Parish
Intention of Margaret Elwood
William English Jr.
October 10, 2016
Bishop & Neves Families
October 11, 2016
October 12, 2016
Maurice Joseph Corley III (1st Anniversary)
October 13, 2016
Hope Martin (2nd Anniversary)
Anne T. Gairera
October 14, 2016
October 15, 2016
The Following Weekly Collection for October 2, 2016
Regular Sunday Envelopes
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, Virgina Borgese, Bruce Buffalino,
Madeleine 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, MaryBeth
Huff, 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,
Baby Michael Reeves, 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,
Next Weeks Masses
October 16, 2016
People of the Parish
Renato J. Corsini
Jennie Bar one
Olga & Joseph Focaccia
J oseph & Anna Raymond
Rick Van Dyke
Stephen M. Rose
Bread & Wine– In Memory of Hope M. Martin
The Sanctuary Lamp honor ing the Euchar istic Presence
of our Lord in the Tabernacle, is burning this week in
Loving Memory of Anna Savino & Family
BY THE WAY •••
• 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 on 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.
• This Saturday, October 15, the Paterson Diocese will present its First Annual Men's Conference
at Saint Paul-inside-the-Walls in Madison. The conference is entitled Crossing the Goal: leading Men to
the Cross. Speakers will include former NFL receiver Danny Abramowicz, Peter Herbeck Director of
Missions for Renewal Ministries, and Pete Burak, from the Missions for Renewal Outreach. Registration
begins at 7:30 A.M., and the conference itself gets under way at 8:30 A.M. Cost is $20.00 for adults,
$10.00 for students, $30.00 for fathers and son(s). For registration and more information go to the Saint
Paul-i~side-the-Walls website www.insidethewalls.org.
• The 2017 Mass Book will open on Tuesday, October 11 at 9:00 A.M. for the booking of Mass
Intentions for the Calendar Year 2017.
• Our church has many beautiful artistic elements, both inside and out. One of these aspects that
is hardly ever noticed is the granite roundel on Washington Street over the outside door to the church
furnace room/basement. The roundel has as its central image the Paschal Lamb of Sacrifice holding a
victory banner. This image is often used as a symbol both for Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, and also for
Saint John the Baptist. Under the central image is seen the "caduceus" the bronze serpent wrapped
around a pole from the Old Testament Book of Exodus that God instructed Moses to use as a symbol of
healing for the Israelites. The "caduceus" has become the symbol for the medical profession.
Surrounding the figures is the inscription "Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus," or Holy, holy, holy."
There is a lot of symbolism packed into this small image. First, both images represent the care of
God for his people, both in the redeeming Christ, and in the symbol from the Old Testament. Secondly,
by the size of the figures, it clearly presents Christ as the fulfillment of the Old Testament. Thirdly, the
presence of the "Sanctus, " and the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) remind us of the Holy Mass when we use
those words ourselves from Scripture.
Finally, the image is somewhat "prophetic." The church was dedicated in November, 1934 while
Hawthorne was still a part ofthe Newark Diocese. Three years later, in December 1937, we became a
part of the Paterson Diocese. When the coat-of-arms of the Paterson Diocese was being designed that
winter, the Lamb of God was chosen as the central figure. This was to represent Saint John the Baptist,
the diocesan patron, but it was also to render the Paterson Diocesan arms as "canting arms," a coat of
arms whose symbols actually speak, or "cant" the name of the holder. The two symbols are the Lamb,
for Jesus, the Son of God, and the shamrock for Saint Patrick. Thus the two symbols, spoken together,
produce "Patr(ick) Son."
• As farmers, and gardeners, across the land begin to gather in the harvest from their labors of
the past season, the following
might be appropriately prayed.
God our Creator,
who never cease to bestow your bounteous fruits
from the rains of the heavens and the riches of the soil,
we thank your loving majesty for this year's harvest.
Through these blessings of your generosity
you have fulfilled the hopes of your children.
Grant that together they may praise your mercy without end
and in their life amid there good things of this world
strive also after the blessings of the world to come.
We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
God bless you all,
First Reading: 2 Kings 5:14-17
Elisha cures Naaman of leprosy, which convinces Naaman
that there is only one God. Naaman then asks to take some
loads of soil from Israel, so that he can worship and make
sacrifices to one true God on his own land.
Second Reading: 2 Timothy 2:8-13
Paul reminds Timothy that Christ rose from the dead so that
many people could be saved. Paul was being treated as a
criminal and kept in chains but says. "There is no chaining
the word of God!" Paul also says, "if we die in Christ, we
will live in him. But if we deny
him, he will deny us."
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: 973427-1478 or email: [email protected]
Gospel: Luke 17:11-19
Jesus cures ten lepers, but only one returns to express gratitude for being healed. Jesus is disappointed that only one
gave thanks to God, but tells that one, "Your faith has been
PARISH CHOIR REHEARSALS
THIS THURSDAY EVENING
at 7:30PM IN CHURCH.
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
Music for Sunday Liturgies, for Christmas Lessons
and Carols and Christmas Eve will be distributed
and started. Once again Par ish Choir will sing for
and help lead the gathered assembly in sung at the
10:00am Mass on Sunday morning and at times the
noon Liturgy. If you are interested in singing with the
Choir, 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 are looking for 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.
St. Anthony’s TASC Youth Group
St. Anthony’s Youth Group is proud to announce their
team members for the 2016-2017 school year!
Once a year in mid-March, St. Anthony’s Parish
provides our faithful engaged couples a day of
reflection on the reason for their entry into the
Sacrament of Matrimony. This is called PreCana and all couples that are married in the
Catholic Faith are required to participate in a
Church recognized preparation program for the
Sacrament. We at St. Anthony provide this
Faith based program to our engaged couples but
it needs the participation of the our own Parish
married couples. Can you as a faithful married
Catholic couple participate one Sunday as a solid Catholic example for about 7 hours supporting our engaged couples to continue in their
journey of Faith in the Catholic Church? You
just need to be present as a table facilitator
which entails being there and listening and engaging in the conversation that comes up. If
interested, please contact Bill and Tina Martin
at 201-314-2698 or [email protected]
Mike Carone, Marc Crilly, Mina Di Filippo,
Sofia Di Filippo, Kelly Murphy, Victoria Newman,
Carley Tamburro, Meaghan Wisniewski, and Sarah Wisniewski Not only will these students direct
the youth group for the year but they will work
closely with the adult ministers to plan meetings,
retreats, and community service activities. Furthermore, each of them will be an ambassador to the
St. Anthony’s Parish and Hawthorne communities.
What is Youth Group? Youth Group is a combination of fun, faith, and friends, usually with a little food added to keep our engines going! It’s is a
place for teens to get together in a relaxed and social atmosphere to have fun and explore their faith
in a positive environment.
Who is invited? All high school-aged teenagers.
Don’t feel like coming alone then bring some of
your friends with you! The more, the merrier.
Where? Don Bosco Youth Center located in the
basement of St. Anthony’s School.
When? Bi-weekly on Sunday nights from 7:00 –
Our next youth group meeting is next Sunday,
October 16! We all look forward to seeing you
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our youth minister, Jerry Pecoraro, at [email protected]
Upcoming Meetings & Events
October 16 – Youth Group meeting - 7:00pm (St.
Anthony’s Youth Center)
October 23 – Out of the Darkness Walk - 9:00am
(Saddle River County Park, Saddle Brook, NJ)
November 6 – CROP Walk - 1:30pm (Meeting at
St. Clement’s Church on Lafayette Avenue)
November 6 - Youth Group meeting - 7:00pm (St.
Anthony’s Youth Center)
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]
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUPS
Please help! We are still low on several items:
Pancake Mix, Syrup and fruit
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
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.
DID YOU KNOW?...
The Hawthorne Senior Center, located in the Ambulance Corps
Building, 973 Goffle Road, provides one hot meal Monday through
Friday for older adults in a friendly environment that is conducive to
socialization. A 24-hour advance registration is required and there
is a suggested $1.25 donation for lunch. The Center also offers
theme parties, shopping, health-related lectures, and programs. Call
973-423-1027 for further information. Also, through its "Operation
Reassurance," the Hawthorne Police Department provides checks
on senior citizens who live alone. Call (973) 427-1800 to register.
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
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 eligibility)
ITN North Jersey 201 398 6885. This agency also welcomes
volunteer drivers; call or visit www.itnnorthjersey.org
for more information on how you can make a difference in someone's life.
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 # ________________
Ministries & Organizations
Our next meeting will be Friday October 14th at 1:15 in the school cafeteria. Guests are always welcome. For
information on trips, call Mary at 201445-2644 and for information on
meetings, call Margaret at 973-4279120
Registration for Religious Education classes for
the 2016-2017 school year (K-10) is underway. PLEASE call Diane Brown at 973-427-1478
for information. Mon-Thurs. between the hours
if 9:00 am- 4pm. 973-427-1478
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Prayer Praise & Healing
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 / u[email protected]) or Ed (862-8120293 / [email protected]).
Prayer Group will meet this
Monday, at 7 PM in the chaplaincy
center. Thank You!
The Holy Name Society
We are still looking for new members to
join our ranks and bring new ideas to our
organization. The next meeting will be
October 9, 2016. Following the 8:30am
Mass. Coffee & buns will be served.
Partners in faith
Thank you for your continued commitment to your
Partners In Faith pledges over the past 3 year s. If
you have any questions regarding your balances, please
contact Jane Sudol at theDiocesan Offices at (973)7778818 ext 218. She will be happy to assist you with any
questions you may have regarding your pledges.
Pledge cards showing your commitment and payments
are typically sent out once a year at the end of October
or early November. If you do not receive this card,
please call Jane for assistance. Thank you once again
for yourgenerosity .
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.
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
significance 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 Advent 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
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PETER SALERNO, CKD, CBD
Delicatessen, Bakery, Gourmet
Foods, Fish, Fresh Produce
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We Provide: Certified Home Health Aides · Live-ins · Bath Service
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CALL US AT 973-427-7459
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We offer personal care services hourly or live-in
Owner/Parishioner ~ Celebrating Our 25th Year In Hawthorne ~
234 Lafayette Avenue · Hawthorne · 973-423-4345 B.Y.O.B.
General and Cosmetic Family Dentistry
Dr. Margaret E. Somers
723 LAFAYETTE AVENUE · HAWTHORNE, NJ 07506
Flexible Hours · Most Dental Insurances Accepted · Compassionate and Caring Staff
FREE 1/2 HOUR CONSULTATION
A Full Service Law Firm Including Elder Law
025C (JA) - St. Anthony's, Hawthorne
Breakfast & Lunch
OPEN SUNDAYS 6:30AM-1:00PM
318 DIAMOND BRIDGE AVENUE · HAWTHORNE
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