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St. John the Evangelist
Roman Catholic Community
29 N. Washington Ave.
Bergenfield, N.J. 07621
Parish Web Site: www.sjrc.org
May 24 - 25, 2014
Rev. Msgr. Richard J. Arnhols
Rev. Raymond R. Filipski
Rev. Arcadio B. Muñoz
Rev. Gustavo A. Alfaro
Rev. Jonathan Perez
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.
10 Bradley Ave., Bergenfield
Mr. Salvatore Tralongo, Principal
PARISH LIFE CENTER
15 N. Washington Ave., Bergenfield
Eric A. Acosta
Sr. Madeline Hanson, SSND, Coordinator of Development
Director of Religious Education
Director of Youth Ministry
Gr. Pre-K2+ - Gr. 8
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 25, 2014
Masses for the Week
Readings for the Week
Ruth Ortiz Giraldo
People of the Parish
Melinda Severino & Pablo Dalangin
Mae (4th Ann.) & Jerry Connolly
Joseph Scanlon (4th Anniversary)
12:30 pm (Spanish)
Memorial Day One Mass today.
Kathryn Anne Lanz
May 29-Ascension of the Lord
People of the Parish
7:30pm (Spanish/Chapel)Todos los Niños Abortados
Verna & John Orlando
Our Lady of Fatima
People of the Parish
Sally D. Lee (39th Anniversary)
12:30 pm (Spanish)
1:30pm Special Needs Inclusive Family Mass
Prayers for the Dead
Please remember: Rev. Robert Cormier, Rev. Philip Rotunno,
Rev. John Conheeney, Barbara Wahlberg, Mary Sforza, and
Clara Nibot in your prayers.
Acts 16:11-15; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b;
Acts 16:22-34; Ps 138:1-3, 7c-8; Jn 16:5-11
Acts 17:15, 22—18:1; Ps 148:1-2, 11-14;
Acts 1:1-11; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9; Eph 1:17-23;
Acts 18:9-18; Ps 47:2-7; Jn 16:20-23
Zep 3:14-18a or Rom 12:9-16; Is 12:2-3, 4-6;
Acts 1:12-14; Ps 27:1, 4, 7-8; 1 Pt 4:13-16;
A Time to Remember….
Memorial Day ~ Monday, May 26, 2014
9:00AM ~ Only one Mass today!
Come join us at the 9:00AM concelebrated Mass in observance
of our deceased brothers and sisters who served in our armed
Your silent tents of green
We deck with fragrant flowers,
Yours has the suffering been,
The memories are ours.
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Please continue to remember and pray for those who are now
serving our country, preserving our freedom.
*Proudly display your American Flag at half staff until 12:00
Noon and then full staff for the rest of the day.
Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 26th ~ Rain or Shine
Marchers please gather at: East Englewood and
South Washington Avenues
Parade will begin at 2:00pm at the Flower Streets, proceed
north on Washington Ave, to the Bergenfield Borough Hall at
Please Note St. John’s Church Offices will be closed: The
Rectory, Religous Education and Transfiguration Academy
offices will be closed for the Memorial Day Holiday, Monday,
Retiring Worn Out American Flags
Boy Scout Troop 139 is collecting and
ceremonially retiring worn out American Flags.
Please bring your worn out American Flags to St. John’s
Rectory and place them in the collection box available in the
front entrance vestibule of the Rectory.
These flags will be ceremonially retired over the next few
weeks. For information, please call Gordon at 201-314-6964.
Holyday of Obligation - Ascension Day ~ This Thursday, May 29th, is the Solemnity of the Ascension, a
holyday of obligation. Masses are: Wednesday, May 28th at 7:30pm; and Thursday, May 29th at 7am, 9am, 12noon, and
7:30pm, as well as a 7:30pm Spanish Mass in the Lower Church.
Parking Reminder! ~ This is a work day for the businesses around us. Please do NOT use their parking lots during their
normal hours of operation for church purposes!
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 25, 2014
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Transfiguration Academy families will be marching in the Memorial Day Parade tomorrow. Since our three parishes support the
school, all parishioners are invited to join in the parade. See the gathering instructions on page 2.
On Friday of this week, we will be welcoming Fr. Dedert Duarte who will spend the summer with us, until the end of August. Fr.
Dedert is a priest of the Archdiocese of Capiz in the Philippines, and is doing his advanced studies at the University of Navarre in
Spain. He will begin his stay with us by giving a teaching at the Friday night Prayer Group Meeting in the Parish Life Center
Basement around 8:30pm. Please welcome him there or next Sunday at the Masses.
The Dominican Nuns of the Monastery of Our Lady of the Rosary in Summit are conducting a Centennial Campaign to raise
funds for much needed repairs to their Cloister, Chapel, and Guest areas. Please see the informative brochures at the exits of the
church, and help if you are able.
Msgr. Richard Arnhols, Pastor
Reflection on Today’s Readings
The feast of Pentecost is two weeks away, so in today’s readings we are already preparing for the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Indeed, Pentecost is where Easter has been heading all along. As today’s second reading says this, “Put to death in the flesh,”
Jesus was “brought to life in the Spirit.” This means that the Holy Spirit is already active in the resurrection of Jesus, and
continues to be active in the lives of those who share in that resurrection through faith.
The ongoing activity of the Holy Spirit in our lives is the fulfillment of Jesus’ promise to his disciples in today’s Gospel that he
will not leave them orphans. Due to various social safety nets, orphans in the developed world today do not face the kind of
immediate threat that they would have in Jesus’ world. In places like sub-Saharan Africa, however, where an estimated twelve
percent of all children are orphans, largely due to the AIDS epidemic, the dire situation of parentless children is very evident as
they are left to face a dangerous world alone, without the guidance and protection of their parents.
When Jesus says that he will not leave the disciples orphans, he is recognizing their need for guidance and their defenselessness
with regard to the dangers they will face from a world hostile to the gospel. He speaks of the Spirit as “another Advocate,” who
will remain with them and stand by them always. It is this Spirit on whom we must lean as we seek to find our way in the world.
“Holy Spirit, stand by us when we feel alone and defenseless. Give us confidence in God’s love. We ask this in Jesus’ name.
Stewardship: Sharing our Time, Talent, and Treasure!
“For it is better to suffer for doing right, if that should be God’s will, than for doing wrong.” 1 Peter 3:17
The old line says, “If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.” Many of us are diligent in our planning, making sure
things are progressing smoothly; then disaster strikes, we don’t get the result that was intended. An unforeseen problem arises.
Many times we may respond negatively. Why me? I did everything right! Here’s the thing—God has a different and better plan in
store for you.
Our Sunday Offering: Sunday, Apr. 27, 2014—$19,001.36
Apr. 28, 2013—$18,177.39
Reminder: If you would like to join our Electronic Giving Program, please go to our website www.sjrc.org and click the “Parish
Giving” icon to set up your account for this reliable means of making your offerings to our parish!
2014 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal
Parishioner Pledges as of May 20, 2014: $163,809.00, which is 176% of goal of $92,953.00; 76.5% of stretch goal of $214,035.00
Please use pledge envelopes in church or rectory to make a monthly pledge or one time gift!
The appeal supports many Archdiocesan ministries as well as our own parish community! Thank you!
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Following the invitation of Pope Francis during our Easter
season…. “I invite everyone to spread the Good News in
every walk of Life! Go out into the squares and proclaim
Jesus Christ, our Savior!”
St. John the Evangelist community will have an Easter
Mission held on the Sundays of Easter and will continue until
We will gather on the parish grounds at 3pm, begin with a
procession to Hickory Park, and will hold a one hour outdoor
catechesis. All are invited to attend and/or bring a friend or
neighbor to encounter our Risen Lord through His Spirit.
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 June and beyond. Please call the Rectory at 201-384-0101
Matrimony - Arrangements for a wedding should be made at
least one year in advance. Couples are required to attend PreCana and God’s Plan sessions. Please contact one of the
St. John’s Cornerstone Weekends
Feeling overwhelmed in need of a break? Here’s your
chance - Cornerstone!
Men’s Cornerstone Weekend ~ Friday, June 6th, 7:30pm &
Saturday, June 7th, 7:00am - closing with 8:00pm Mass.
Contact: JoJo at 201-744-4677 or Dennis at 201-384-0704
Women’s Cornerstone Weekend ~ Friday, June 20th,
7:00am and Saturday, June 21st, 7:30am - closing with
Contact: Terri Drew, 551-404-2435 or Regina Jordan, 201-338
Please Note! Registration forms are available at the exits of
the church and rectory. Please return filled out forms to the
rectory as soon as possible. Cost is $45.00. Checks made
payable to: St. John the Evangelist Church ~ Memo:
St. John’s Overnight Eucharistic Adoration
May 25, 2014
Memorial/Special Intention Fund
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.
Memorial (Deceased)/Special Intention (Living)
for this week:
Altar Flowers: In Honor of Elvira & Robert Lynch
50th Wedding Anniversary
Requested by: Clare Kaberle
Sanctuary Candle: In Loving Memory of:
Requested by: Florence Riske
St. John’s Bereavement Ministry
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 to
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 three 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 (Jul./Aug 7pm).
*3rd Monday of the month ~ St. Peter the Apostle Parish
Center, 445 Fifth Ave., River Edge, NJ.
Retreat “A Day of Comfort and Hope” ~ The Office of
Family Life Ministries of the Archdiocese of Newark invites all
parents who have suffered the loss of a child of any age to
attend a one-day retreat, “A Day of Comfort and Hope,” on
Saturday, June 7, 2014 at Notre Dame RC Church, 359
Central Ave., North Caldwell. The Day will consist of prayer,
discussion, fellowship, meditation, presentations by a clinical
psychologist and Clergy, and Holy Mass.
Pre-registration is required by May 28th; space is limited. For
information, contact the Family Life Office at 1-973-497-4327.
Host Families Needed for International Students
Renascentia Hall has recently partnered with Academy of the
Holy Angels, welcoming international students for the
upcoming school year who are seeking host families, who will
receive $1,200/month to help cover food, lodging, and
transportation. The students are academically strong, speak
English, have their own spending money and are fully covered
by medical insurance. If you are interested please contact Eva
McChesney at 302-273-2009 or [email protected]
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.
Sixth Sunday of Easter
St. John’s Knights of Columbus ~ Council #1345
Next Meeting will take place on Monday, June 2nd. The
winners of the Council scholarships will be selected and
announced during the meeting.
Save this Date! ~ Our Beef & Brew is scheduled for Sunday,
June 8th, 2:00PM to 6:00PM. Details will follow.
St. John’s Rosary Society
Last meeting (until Sept.) will be held on Monday, June 2nd
in Conlon Hall after the 7:30PM Mass. The rosary will be
recited at 7:15PM before the Mass.
For more information or if you need a ride, please call Ria at
Attention Rosarians! Please turn in all sold raffle books to
Kathleen at the Rectory if possible, during this week or
bring to the meeting on June 2nd.
St. John’s Food Pantry
Distribution of Food, due to the Memorial Day holiday, (for
those on our list) will take place on:
Tuesday, May 27th: 8:30am - 11:00am
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Thank you for your cooperation in picking up your food on
date and times listed.
Wanted ~ Food Pantry Coordinator
Our Food Pantry Team has been working tirelessly week
after week for many years. Many of these volunteers believe it
is time for them to step down and are asking for new volunteers
to take over. They are willing to remain as advisors during a
The group meets weekly on Monday morning to prepare the
food bags for our approximately 75 clients, who pick up their
food usually on the last Monday of the month. (morning and
evening). In addition, volunteers sometimes have to pick up
food from other places donating it, sort it in the pantry, and
occasionally actually shop for needed items.
If you are interested in learning more or ready to volunteer
in some capacity, please speak with Fr. Arcadio (201-3840101).
“Remembering Philippine Independence”
Sunday, June 8, 2014 ~ 2PM-4PM ~ Bergnfield Library
Celebration Hosted by: The Filipino Community &
Bergenfield Public Library
Featured Speakers from Filipino Community:
Arvin Armatorico, Esq. will discuss the history of Philippine
Rev. Father Ernesto Tibay will speak on the history of
Zaidy Patron, Deputy Consul General of the Philippine
Consulate in New York, will be on hand to recognize former
Mayor and Library Trustee Jim O’Dowd, who served in the
Philippines during World War II. Mr. O’Dowd will receive an
award at this time.
All Bergenfield area residents are cordially invited to join this
May 25, 2014
Attention Altar Servers!
Kindly pick-up your Altar Server’s schedule for the month of
June, available in the Sactisty, after Mass this weekend.
True Love Waits Program
Calling All High School Students
“LIFENET” will be conducting an exciting program called
“True Love Waits” which includes skits, videos, and talks to
empower youth to save sex for marriage.
Program is 5 sessions, 4-6PM beginning Monday, June 16th
and ending Friday, June 20th at Immaculate Conception
Church (Madonna Hall) 30 N. Fullerton Ave., Montclair, NJ.
Infomational meeting for parents is on Sunday, June 1st at
Cost of program is $50 per student, which includes light
refreshments and a sterling silver purity ring for students who
make a purity commitment.
For more information, call Anne at 1-973-497-4516 or email
[email protected] .org.
St. John’s Religious Education
Registration is now open for our 2014-15 year…..spread the
word to parish families who have children attending nonCatholic Schools.
PK 4 - Grade 8
*Religious Education classes for elementary and middle
*Preparation for First Penance, First Eucharist and
Confirmation. Classes meet on Sunday at 9:00am. (*Note
new time, beginning September 2014) Monday at 3:30pm,
Tuesday at 7:00pm and Thursday at 7:00pm.
*Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) ~
(Adapted for Children) For children and teenagers who are
not yet baptized. Class meets each Sunday at 9:00am for Mass,
followed by religious instruction.
*Children, Teens & Young Adults with “Special Needs”.
Religious Education for students with developmental
disabilities, class meets each Tuesday evening at 7:00pm
Preparation for First Penance, First Eucharist and
Confirmation. Youth Group for post-Confirmation teens/
young adults will meet on first Tuesday of the month. Families
from other parishes are welcome for this program.
Religious Education Office, Parish Life Center,
15 N.Washington Ave., Bergenfield, NJ
Rosemarie Flood @yahoo.com
Office hours through Labor Day are:
Monday - Friday ~ 9:00am—3:30pm
Tuesday Evening 6:30pm-7:30pm
Sunday ~ 11:00am - 12:00 Noon
Extended registration hours on
Sunday, June 29, 2014 ~ 8:00am-12:00 Noon
Monday, June 30, 2014 ~ 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 25, 2014
Congratulations “Father” Duberley! ~ The Administration, Faculty, Staff and Students of Transfiguration Academy
Congratulate you on your Ordination. May God continue to Bless you and your work.
Congratulations ~ Transfiguration Academy congratulates all the first Communicants and Confirmation young adults of
our Ascension, St. John’s and St Mary’s Parishes and their parish Religious Education teachers.
Peace ~ Lorenzo Cortezano, an 8th grade Transfiguration student, not only knows the meaning of the word, but can express it
in Art. He is this year’s winner of the Lion’s International Peace Poster Contest, Bergenfield chapter, and was honored with a
certificate, 4 Yankee tickets, and dinner at the April meeting of the Lion’s Club.
ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN
Transfiguration Academy prepares students to face the challenges of a changing society and become
leaders of tomorrow through strengthening faith, enlightening minds and transforming hearts,
one student at a time.
For more information, or to arrange a tour of the Academy, or to register, please call us at:
201-384-3627, or visit us at 10 Bradley Ave., Bergenfield, NJ.
“Begin the Transformation”
Teen Service Week 2014
Sponsored by St. John’s Religious Education
August 18 - 22, 2014 ~ 9:00am - 4:00pm
St. John R.C. Church, Bergenfield
June 19th to September 4, 2014
Every Thursday ~ 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Cost: $50 per person ~ includes breakfast/lunch
Teens entering Grades 7-12 will participate in various
Christian Service experiences during the week including:
Volunteering at a camp for special needs children
Cooking and serving dinner at a Hackensack shelter
Visiting a nursing home
A detailed schedule of activities will be mailed on August 1st.
Registration deadline is July 31st - Please mail or hand
deliver form & payment to the Religious Ed. Office in the
Parish Life Center.(Checks payable to St. John’s Religious Ed.)
For more information/registration forms contact:
The Religious Ed Office at 201-384-3601, www.sjrc.org or
Rosemarie Flood: [email protected]
Low Income Housing Applications
KDC Mngmt. Co. is opening their waiting lists for Section 8
limited income families at Alton Arms, Hackensack, NJ &
Pindle East, Englewood. N. J.
For application, call 516-446-6520, Ext. 24, Mon. - Fri,
10:00AM - 3:00PM. Application MUST be received before
or by June 20, 2014.
Conlon Hall 19 N. William St., Bergenfield
$5.00 per person
Contact: Belle, 201-281-4908
Fr. Arcadio, 201-384-0101
COME ONE, COME ALL!
St. John’s Golden Age Club
Meetings are scheduled on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the
month at 1:30pm, Cafeteria, Conlon Hall.
Labels from Campbell and General Mills products, bring to
Mary Drake, table #12. Non-perishable food items are also
welcome for the food pantry. (Please place in bin located
inside the door on the ramp side of the main church.)
Next Trip ~ (Non-members are welcome on trips.)
Thursday, June 12th ~ Atlantic City - Taj Mahal Casino.
Bus departs at 9AM from the parking lot behind the Little
League Field at Melrose and Wildrose Avenues. Call Tom,
201-385-9340. The club schedules an Atlantic City trip every
second Thursday of the month.
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