St. John the Evangelist

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St. John the Evangelist
St. John the Evangelist
Roman Catholic Community
29 N. Washington Ave.
201-384-0101
Bergenfield, N.J. 07621
Parish Web Site: www.sjrc.org
Fax: 201-384-2055
July 4 - 5, 2015
Served by:
Rev. Msgr. Richard J. Arnhols
Pastor
Rev. Raymond R. Filipski
Rev. Antonio N. Kuizon
Rev. Gustavo A. Alfaro
Rev. Jonathan Perez
Parochial Vicars
Deacon James A. Detura
Lisa Oggioni Marciano
Director of Music Ministries
Mary Ann C. Johnston
Pastoral Council President
Mrs. Patricia D. Rickly
Mr. Joseph V. Gangemi, Jr.
Trustees
TRANSFIGURATION ACADEMY
10 Bradley Ave., Bergenfield
Mr. James V. Carlo, Principal
PARISH LIFE CENTER
15 N. Washington Ave., Bergenfield
Rosemarie Flood
Eric A. Acosta
Sr. Madeline Hanson, SSND, Coordinator of Development
Director of Religious Education
Director of Youth Ministry
201-384-3627
Gr. Pre-K2+ - Gr. 8
www.transfigurationacademy.org
201-384-3601
[email protected]
& Confirmation Retreats
[email protected]
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 5, 2015
Masses for the Week
Filipino Apostolate
Saturday
July 4-Independence Day
5:30 pm
Alice Armbruster
`7:00pm
David Carram (2 years)
Sunday
July 5
7:30
People of the Parish
9:00
Robert Cox
10:30
Eileen Cullen
*No 11:00am Mass during July & August
12:00 pm
Evelyn & Ken Kerwin
12:30 pm (Chapel L.C. ~ Spanish) Familia Castro Gómez
5:30pm (Tagalog) Special Intention
Monday
July 6
7:00
Joseph Johnson
9:00
Mary Dickson
7:30 pm
August DiSciascio (7th Anniversary)
Tuesday
July 7
7:00
Francis Murphy
9:00
Richard Gundling
7:30 pm
Mary Cantwell
Wednesday
July 8
7:00
Bruce Byrne
9:00
Pamela Folli
7:30 pm
Colette Gore-Malizia
Thursday
July 9
7:00
Frank McGough
9:00
Catherine Walsh
7:30 pm
Douglas Davidson
Friday
July 10
7:00
Anne & Brian Matthews
9:00
Albert Tartini
7:30 pm
Paul Hickey
Saturday
July 11
7:00
Jerome Dubrowski
9:00
Gloria Rose (3rd Anniversary)
5:30 pm
Patrick Gavin (31st Anniversary)
7:00pm (Spanish)
Thanksgiving
Sunday
July 12
7:30
People of the Parish
9:00
Robert Cox
10:30
Neil Feola
*No 11:00am Mass during July & August
12:00 pm
Francisco Tubale
12:30 pm (Spanish)
Clemencia & Luis Baez
Filipino Mass ~ Today Sunday, July 5th, 5:30pm in the Main
Church. Intention of : The Emily Mendoza Family.
Filipino Apostolate Meeting ~ Monday, July 13, 8:00pm in
the Parish Life Center basement.
Readings for the Week
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Gn 28:10-22a; Ps 91:1-4, 14-15ab; Mt 9:18-26
Gn 32:23-33; Ps 17:1b, 2-3, 6-7ab, 15;
Mt 9:32-38
Gn 41:55-57; 42:5-7a, 17-24a;
Ps 33:2-3, 10-11, 18-19; Mt 10:1-7
Gn 44:18-21, 23b-29; 45:1-5; Ps 105:16-21;
Mt 10:7-15
Gn 46:1-7, 28-30; Ps37:3-4, 18-19, 27-28,
39-40; Mt 10:16-23
Gn 49:29-32; 50:15-26a; Ps 105:1-4, 6-7;
Mt 10:24-33
Am 7:12-15; Ps 85:9-14;
Eph 1:3-14 [1:3-10]; Mk 6:7-13
St. John’s Special Needs Ministry
No Special Needs Inclusive Family Mass will be celebrated
during the summer months. Will resume in October.
No Meetings for Moms are scheduled during the summer
months. Will resume in the Fall (October).
No Meetings for Dads are scheduled during the summer
months. Will resume in September.
If you would like more information or have any questions,
please contact :Rosemarie Flood
Director of Religious Education
201-284-3601 or [email protected]
St. John’s Overnight Eucharistic Adoration
Every First Friday, overnight Eucharistic Adoration in the
Notre Dame Chapel of the Parish Life Center, from 9:00pm to
7:00am. Sign up sheet is available at the church main entrance.
Sacraments
Penance - Monday-Friday: 7:00pm-7:20pm. Saturday: 1:00pm
-2:00pm and immediately following the 5:30pm Mass or by
appointment with a priest at any time.
Baptisms are normally held the 2nd and 3rd Sunday of each
month at 1:30pm.* Instructions for parents are normally held
the 1st Sunday of each month at 1:30pm in the basement of the
Parish Life Center. These instructions are required of parents
having their first child Baptized. All parents must be registered
parishioners and present child’s birth certificate at the time of
arranging for the baptism. Godparents must be practicing
Catholics, at least sixteen years of age, who have received the
Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist, and, if married, the
Sacrament of Matrimony. Sponsor certificate must be
presented at least one week before Baptism.
PLEASE NOTE! We are accepting registrations for Baptisms
for August and beyond. Please call the Rectory at 201-3840101 for information.
Matrimony - Arrangements for a wedding should be made at
least one year in advance. Couples are required to attend PreCana and God’s Plan Session. Please contact one of the priests,
201-384-0101.
Devotions
Novena - Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Wednesday Evenings,
7:00pm, upper church.
Holy Hour and Benediction - First Friday of every month at
8pm, upper church, in English; Last Thursday of every month
at 8:00pm, upper church, in Spanish.
Rosary - Monday through Saturday 8:30am, upper church.
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 5, 2015
Pastor’s Desk
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Please see the statement in today’s bulletin from the National Conference of Catholic Bishops concerning the recent Supreme
Court decision affirming gay marriage as a Constitutional right. Also, kindly read the insert on Religious Liberty, which was
prepared prior to the Supreme Court decision.
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Thank you to all those who continue to make their pledges to our “We Are Living Stones” Capital Campaign. Your pledges
toward our goal of $1,066,452 now total $720,086.00. Based on the payments to date, we may expect at least $41,051.23 to come
back to us in October (more by then as your payments are made, and some each quarter after that). This will help us to begin to
cover the costs of replacing the two heating/cooling units for Conlon Hall (which was delayed last week due to a delivery problem
but done this week for $50,785.00) and the Church boiler, estimated between $60,000.00 and $80,000.00. So, if you have not
made a pledge, payable over four years, please consider doing so now. Pledges may be dropped off at the rectory, placed in the
collection basket, or sent directly to the Archdiocese. I count on each family to make some contribution to our parish and our
Archdiocese through this Campaign.
Msgr. Richard Arnhols, Pastor
Reflection on Today’s Readings
No one likes feeling unappreciated. But this seems to be the common lot of the prophets of scripture, those who bear God’s word
to God’s people. God tells the prophet Ezekiel that the people to whom God is sending him are “hard of face and obstinate of
heart.” Hardly an appealing audience. And in Mark’s Gospel, Jesus faces a similar rejection, even though it is in his own
hometown that he is speaking. Indeed, the fact that they think they know all about him makes his neighbors even more unwilling
to listen to him.
But, as God’s words to Ezekiel make clear, the criterion for a prophet’s success is not acceptance of his message but simply
speaking the word of God: “whether they heed or resist...they shall know that a prophet has been among them.” Like the farmer
in the parable read three weeks ago, the role of the prophet is to sow the seed, not to make it grow; the prophet is to make God’s
word present in the world, not to ensure its acceptance. A prophet who looks for success and appreciation will soon be
disappointed.
Paul’s remarks about the “thorn in the flesh” from which he suffered casts further light on this. Whatever the nature of his
affliction, Paul interprets it as a reminder not to think in terms of success but in terms of faithfulness. In Paul’s case, however,
the danger seems to be that he would become puffed up with his success rather than dejected at his lack of it. His physical
affliction is a reminder of the sufficiency of God’s grace for whatever task God gives to us. So whether we face failure or
success, we must always remember that what counts is faithfulness.
“Holy Spirit of God, you are with us in our successes and in our failures. Help us to remain aware of your presence always, and
keep us faithful to the life to which God has called us. Amen.”
Summer Prayer
As we begin the summer months, gracious and loving Jesus, remind us of Your ever present guidance and love.
Give us confidence in Your presence, remembering all that we have, and let us live it in our summer experiences.
As we work, play, and enjoy our family and friends this summer, may we feel Your love within us,
guiding us toward all that is right and just.
Let us be grateful for the gift of summer, Jesus. Allow us to enjoy it safely and remind us daily of Your love for us. Amen.
Stewardship: Sharing our Time, Talent, and Treasure!
“As the Lord spoke to me, the spirit entered me and set me on my feet, and I heard the one who was speaking say to me,
‘Son of man, I am sending you…’” Ezekiel 2: 2-3
God asks each of us to do some special work for Him. He gives us the resources we need to do His work. However, do we listen
to God when He calls? Do we get up on our feet and give our talent to do the work He asks of us? Remember, God doesn’t call
the equipped, he equips the called.
Our Sunday Offering: Sunday, June 7, 2015—$16,244.94
Sunday, June 8, 2014—$17,983.95
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 5, 2015
Santo Niño Healing Prayer Ministry
St. John’s Bereavement Ministry
An Outreach Healing Prayer Service for Abused Children,
Adult Survivors, and the Chronically-ill, led by a priest or a
deacon:
*Every 1st Friday of the month, 7-9pm - upper church for
Reconciliation & Silent Meditation, Holy Eucharist, Blessed
Sacrament exposition, Adoration & Benediction, and…
*Every 3rd Friday of the month, 8-9:30pm in the Santo Niño
Healing Prayer Room, Parish Life Center, for Holy Rosary,
Divine Mercy Chaplet, Holy Spirit Invocation, Gospel Reading
& Homily theme - “Jesus the Healer,” Prayers for Healing Laying on of Hands, followed by Fellowship & Refreshments.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
For anyone who is experiencing or having difficulties dealing
with the loss of a loved one, whenever the loss occurred, we
are here to help you. If you need or wish to talk, or are
interested in becoming part of this ministry to the bereaved,
please call Fr. Ray, 201-384-0101.
For the Spanish-speaking, please call Delia, 201-387-8420.
Remembrance Plaque - If a loved one passed away and a
Funeral Mass was held here at St. John’s, please call Fr. Ray at
201-384-0101 request the name plate.
*****
Support Groups for Parents Grieving the Death of a Child
The Office of Family Life Ministries of the Archdiocese of
Newark sponsors support groups for Parents Grieving the
Death of a Child. Groups meet year ‘round. There is no
preregistration and no fee. All meetings begin at 7:30pm.
1st Wednesday of the month, St. Thomas the Apostle Parish
Center, 60 Byrd Ave., Bloomfield, NJ.
3rd Monday of the month, July 20th: St. Peter the Apostle
Parish Center, 445 Fifth Ave., River Edge, NJ.
For further information, please contact the Office of Family
Life at 1-973-497-4327 or email [email protected]
St. John’s Prayer Groups
Charismatic Prayer Group - Meets each Friday evening
8pm-10pm with a priest or deacon in the Santo Niño Healing
Prayer Room, Parish Life Center (upper Church on 1st Friday
for Holy Hour.)
Legion of Mary - Meets each Saturday, 9:30am-11:00am in
the Lower Church.
Padre Pio Prayer Group - Meets on the 3rd Saturday of
each month, 3-4pm in the Lower Church. Coffee hour follows
4-5pm.
Spanish Prayer Group - Meets each Thursday evening,
7:30pm-9:30pm in the Lower Church.
Jóvenes de Jesús Prayer Group - Meets every Friday
evening, 7:30pm-9:30pm in the Parish Life Center. For more
information, please contact website: www.jovenesdejesus.org.
St. John’s Youth Group - Meets on Sundays & Tuesdays,
7:00pm-9:30pm, Youth Room, lower church.
No meetings during July and August.
St. Michael the Archangel
~ Men’s Prayer Group
Men’s Spiritual Warfare –2nd & 4th Fridays of the Month
8:00PM—9:30PM
Parish Life Center (1st floor/use back door)
All men of St. John’s Church are welcome to join St. Michael
in defending the Church and our families against the constant
assaults of the devil by preparing ourselves for the spiritual
battle going on right now. FREE ADMISSION ~ FREE
REFRESHMENTS
For information contact: Otto DeLeon at 201-244-0937
Memorial/Special Intention Fund
Memorial (Deceased)/Special Intention (Living)
We are offering weekly memorial/special intention
opportunities for the altar wine and bread used at Mass, the
sanctuary candle, and flowers for the altar. Please fill out a
request form, available at the rectory. The memorial items
will be listed in the appropriate week’s bulletin.
SANCTUARY CANDLE $15.00
ALTAR BREAD (HOSTS) $50.00
ALTAR WINE
$40.00
ALTAR FLOWERS
$30.00 each basket
(1 or 2 baskets may be requested)
Week of July 4/5 to July 11
Altar Flowers: In Loving Memory of: Anthony DiBrianco
Requested by: Tyrell & DiBrianco Families
Sancturay Candle: In Loving Memory of:
John D Kaberle, Jr.
Requested by: Diane Casamento
Memorial Bricks for Marian Grotto
Affecated By the Disease of Alcoholism?
A Special Noon Mass and Support Group Meeting~ Will
take place at St. Mary’s Church, 20 Legion Place, Closter,
NJ, on Saturday, July 18, 2015.
Mass is offered for the support, healing and recovery of not
only the man/woman directly infected with the abuse of alcohol
or drugs, but also anyone involved in the life of the alcoholic or
drug addict. Reverend Bernard Hebda is scheduled to be at
the Mass, but not sure if he will still be able to attend.
For information, please call 201-768-7565.
We met with the landscaper recently to begin to make more
specific selections for the Marian Grotto behind the Parish
Life Center. It will be helpful to complete the initial
reservation of memorial bricks in the next few weeks.
Please use one of the forms inserted in today’s bulletin or
available at the ramp side of the church to record your
information and return it with payment to the rectory. If you
need help composing the text, or if a payment plan may be
necessary, please contact Msgr. Rich.
Thanks to those who are already part of this historic project to
provide some beautiful and functional outdoor meditation
space in honor of our Blessed Mother and some of the saints
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 5, 2015
Teen Service Week 2015
August 17-21 ~ 9:30am-4:00pm
$50 per person, includes lunch and t-shirt
Teens entering Grades 7 - 12 are invited to participate in a variety of Christian service experiences for an entire week. Your week
may include volunteering with special needs children, preparing & serving dinner at the Hackensack shelter, visiting elderly
residents at a nursing home….and more. A detailed schedule of activities will be mailed to you on or around July 28th - you can
also check our website (www.sjrc.org), which will be updated as activities are confirmed.
Registration deadline is Monday, July 27th. Please mail or hand-deliver registration form and payment (checks payable to St.
John’s Religious Ed) to:
St. John’s Religious Education
15 N. Washington Ave., Bergenfield, NJ 07621
For more information contact the Religious Ed Office ~ 201-384-3601 or www.sjrc.org
or Rosemarie Flood: [email protected]
___________________________________________________________
TEEN SERVICE WEEK 2015 ~ Registration Form due 7/27/15
Family last name: __________________________Parent /guardian _______________________________
Address_____________________________________________ Amt. Enclosed $_______ () cash ()check
Home Phone #_______________________ Cell #__________________ Emergency #________________
Name of Teen Participant
1._____________________
2._____________________
Your email
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Religious Education 2015-2016
Registration is now open for children attending non-Catholic
schools for:
Grades PK4 through 7
Grade 8/Confirmation
High School/Confirmation
RCIA, for children and teens not yet baptized
Special Needs Religious Ed, Sacrament prep
and post Confirmation Youth Group
PLEASE register by June 30th! Day/time slots for each
class are filled on a first come first served basis, and a $10
late fee applies after June 30th. You can pay in full or leave
a deposit in any amount.
Registration forms have been mailed to current families; new
families are welcome, and should register with the Religious
Education Office.
We are in need of many catechists (teachers), classroom aides
(teens & adults) and door monitors for our weekly classes.
Are YOU being called?
Religious Ed Office hours through Labor Day: Weekdays
9am-3:30pm, Tuesday 6:30pm-7:30pm, Sunday 11amnoon.
For more information, contact: Rosemarie Flood, Director of
Religious Education: 201-384-3601, [email protected]
Grade & School in Sept. 2015
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History of the Catholic Church
St. John’s Office of Religious Education is offering a 15 hour
video course on the 2000 year history of our Church.
Produced by St. Michael’s Media.
Parish Life Center~First Floor Gathering Room
Tuesdays and Thursdays during June & July ~ 8pm-9pm
(Began Tuesday June 2 )
*We are asking for a Good Will Offering of $10 to cover cost
of purchasing the program.
You may choose to attend all, some, or only a few of these
sessions.
If you would like more information or wish to sign up,
please contact
Rosemarie Flood at 201-384-3601 or
[email protected], as soon as possible.
St. John’s Respect Life Committee
Baby Bottle Returns ~ Thanks to all who have already turned
in their Baby Bottle donations. If you still have a bottle at
home, with money donations or empty, please return it to the
Rectory, or give to a priest after any Mass as soon as possible.
Checks are to be made out to: St. John’s Church, Memo:
Baby Bottle Drive.
Any questions/information or if you wish to join the
committee, please call Mary at 201-385-8308.
Position Available: After Care Supervisor
St. Joseph School, Oradell has a September opening for the position of school After Care Supervisor. Hours - 2PM to 6PM,
Monday thru Friday, when school is in session. For salary information and a summary of qualifications, please contact Mrs. Vail,
school principal, via e-mail at [email protected]
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 5, 2015
Farewell….
Transfiguration has become a place in which a diverse student population thrives in a setting of
academic excellence, but also in an environment of cultural diversity upon which students and faculty
build on the values that bind us together while respecting the diversity and richness of various cultures.
It has been my honor and privilege to have served as a Catholic School principal in the Archdiocese of
Newark for the past 11 years. During that time, Transfiguration Academy has gone from merely a concept
to one of the finest schools in the Archdiocese.
The time has now come to have my succesor take Transfiguration to the next level and beyond.
There are many people who through their support are responsible for the Academy’s successes to date,
none of whom are more responsible than YOU, our parishioners. It is through your support that we are
able to provide the finest Catholic School education in the Archdiocese.
I ask your continued support for Transfiguration and its new principal, Mr. James Carlo.
With your support and God’s continued grace, Transfiguration will continue to remain an exemplary
Catholic elementary school, well into the future.
Sincerely,
Sal Tralongo
Founding Principal
St. John’s Golden Age Club
No Meeting during July and August; will resume in
September. We also invite people to join our club (Bergenfield
residency no longer required). Any questions or if you would
like more information, please contact Sue at 201-384-4293.
Trips ~ Non Members are welcome on trips.
Thursday, July 9th ~ Atlantic City, Taj Mahal Casino. Bus
departs at 9:00am from the parking lot behind the Little League
Field at Melrose and Wildrose Avenues. Call Tom, 201-3859340. The club schedules an Atlantic City trip every second
Thursday of the month.
Tuesday, September 29th ~ Mt. Haven in Milford PA.
Hawaiian Luau - Breakfast Buffet, Movie, Bingo. Open 4 hour Open Bar, dancing and live musical entertaiment and
Dinner Buffet.
Bus leaves 8:30am from Memorial/Little League Field. Cost
for member is $66, non-members $68. Deposit $25 as soon as
possible. Balance due in September. Call Donna or Fred at
201-384-2798.
St. John’s BINGO
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
7:30 P.M ~ CONLON HALL
COME & SUPPORT IT!
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Line Dancing
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June 25th to September 3rd, 2015
EVERY THURSDAY
8:00PM to 10:00pm
Cost: ~ $5.00 / person - per session
Contact: Belle ~ 201-281-4908
Baby Morada ~ 201-294-9509
Linda ~ 201-647-0673
COME ONE COME ALL!
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Wednesday, September 30th to Friday, October 2nd
Sponsored by Ascension Parish, New Milford.
Cost: $459 per person (Double Occ.)/$589 (Single)
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*Cancelation Insurance is recommended.
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*All Checks payable to Ascension Church.
*Deposit of $100 per person is due by July 15th.
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