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saint rose of lima - John Patrick Publishing Company
SAINT ROSE OF LIMA
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
OCTOBER 9, 2016
28 SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
H
MASS SCHEDULE
CONFESSION SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil - 5:30 pm
Sunday 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am, 6:30pm
Saturday (in Church)
4:30 pm to 5:15 pm
Weekdays (in chapel)
Mon-Fri…6:30 am & 8:30 am,
Saturday 8:30 am
Friday (Chapel Area)
4:30 pm to 5:15 pm
300 KINGS HIGHWAY , HADDON HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY 08035-1397 (856) 547-0564
Christmas Bazaar News!
Tombola Donaons
This year the St. Rose of Lima Christmas Bazaar will be held
on Friday, November 11th. The Tombola Commiee needs
your help! We are in need of donaons to fill our baskets.
Need a donaon idea?
~Electronics
~New toys for girls or boys
~Gi Cards (Purchase through TRIP program!)
~Sporng event ckets
No me to shop? No problem!
~Make a monetary donaon and we will do the shopping for you!
We are also in need of baskets!
Please have all donaons in by Tuesday, October 11th.
If you have quesons or would like to donate please contact:
Francesca Eagan ~ 856-571-3443 ~
[email protected]
Thank you for your consideraon. We look forward to
hearing from you!
Granny’s Ac
Clean your ac, garage & closets !
Granny’s Ac, a St. Rose Tradion, is like a HUGE
indoor yard sale that takes place in the school basement on
the day of the Christmas Bazaar. The goods that are sold are
graciously donated by our parishioners. Starng October
1st, we can begin to receive your “used, but usable” items
( no furniture, toys, or clothing please)
Items can be brought to the rectory garage. (corner of 3rd
Ave and Green Street) Please do not leave items
outside. The garage will be open from 9am –3pm
weekdays and 9 am—noon on Saturdays and Sundays.
Thanks!!
Grand Slam 50/50
Our major raffle this year will once again be our successful
Grand Slam 50/50. 50% of the money generated will be
awarded to 5 lucky persons: 30% of money generated by
ckets sales will go to the 1st place winner, and 5% will go to
each of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place winners. Imagine
winning one of these great prizes just in me before Christmas!!! Tickets were mailed out to all registered parishioners
this past week. Addional ckets will be available for sale
aer all weekend masses in the weeks ahead.
St. Rose Bereavement Support Group
St Rose of Lima Parish in Haddon Heights will be hosng a 12
week Bereavement Support Group for those who have lost a
loved one. The meengs will be every Wednesday at 7:00,
from October 12th through December 14th. The 12th session
will be held January 11th. All groups will be held at the rectory
in the Spiritual Center Meeng Room. Please call the rectory
to register or for more informaon.
St. Rose of Lima School
invites you to our
Fall Open House
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
9:30 – 11:00 am
Tours of the school will be available for grades Kindergarten – 8th. Experience the difference St. Rose of Lima
School and a Catholic education can offer your child.
Applications for the 2017-18 school year will be accepted
at the Open House.
For additional information about
St. Rose of Lima School,
please contact Sheila Thomas at 856-546-6166, ext. 309 or
email: [email protected]
Visit our website: www.strosenj.com
“Like” our page on Facebook: St. Rose of Lima School
and Alumni Association
Reunion Informaon
The SRS Class of 2007 is in the planning process of their 10year reunion in June. If you are a 2007 graduate and would like
to be included in the reunion informaon, please send your
name and email address to [email protected]
Job Opening
Immediate opening: Kindergarten Teacher at St. Rose of Lima
School. Please send resume and leers of recommendaon to
Principal William J. Stonis at [email protected]
Falcon Fest Nominaons
When we celebrate Catholic Schools Week in January 2017,
the St. Rose Athlec Commiee will hold its Annual Falcon
Fest - an evening whereby we honor parishioners and alumni
who have made significant contribuons to the St. Rose community. If you have someone you would like to nominate, we
want to hear from you. You can find the Nominaon Form on
our school website (wwww.strosenj.com).
Pray the Rosary with Us!
Our Lady of Fama– 99th Anniversary
Fri. Oct 7– Thurs. Oct 13th
7-7:30pm St. Rose of Lima Church
www.fama.WOJWorld.org
ST. JOHN CANTIUS GRADE SCHOOL CLASS OF 1961
(Bridesburg, Philadelphia)
We are looking for former classmates to celebrate our 55th
“Emerald” Grade School Reunion, Sun Oct 16, 2016, 3 pm to 8
pm. Tickets are $45 per person. For more informaon,
contact Jeanie Hogg Ashton at 215-743-5760, or
[email protected] by October 3
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October – the month of the Rosary
This past Friday, October 7th, the Church honored Mary in the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. In fact,
the Church celebrates the whole month of October as the month of the Rosary. The Holy Rosary is a tremendous prayer that has been praised and prayed for centuries and centuries. Pope Emeritus Benedict at an address at the Basilica of Saint Mary Major stated the following’ “In the current world, so dispersive, [the Rosary] helps to put Christ at the center, as the Virgin did, who meditated within all that was said about her
Son, and also what he did and said. When recing the Rosary, the important and meaningful moments of salvaon history are relived. The various steps of Christ's mission are traced. With Mary the heart is oriented
toward the mystery of Jesus. Christ is put at the center of our life, of our me, of our city, through the contemplaon and meditaon of his holy mysteries of joy, light, sorrow and glory. May Mary help us to welcome
within ourselves the grace emanang from these mysteries, so that through us we can "water" society, beginning with our daily relaonships, and purifying them from so many negave forces, thus opening them to
the newness of God. The Rosary, when it is prayed in an authenc way, not mechanical and superficial but
profoundly, it brings, in fact, peace and reconciliaon. It contains within itself the healing power of the Most
Holy Name of Jesus, invoked with faith and love at the center of each "Hail Mary".”
This is what the Rosary is about. Along with Mary, through the prayers of the Rosary, we contemplate the great mysteries of our salvaon brought about in and through Jesus Christ. How can we come up
with a beer “prayer partner” than Mary, who was, and is, always at the side of her Son? This is why the Rosary is one of the most powerful prayers we have available to us. Because we know that if we pray the Rosary with a sincere and an open heart, we are praying along with Our Lady and we know where she always is
– next to Christ, her Son. Thus we can be assured that our prayer and our intenons will find the warmest
welcome, for the Lord has never been in the pracce of refusing his mother.
So as we connue this month of the Rosary and reflect on this great prayer of the Church, I will leave
you with what Pope Saint John Paul II concluded in his leer on the Rosary, “I look to all of you, brothers and
sisters of every state of life, to you, Chrisan families, to you, the sick and elderly, and to you, young people:
confidently take up the Rosary once again. Rediscover the Rosary in the light of Scripture, in harmony with
the Liturgy, and in the context of your daily lives.”
During this month of the Rosary, I encourage you to rededicate yourself to, or rediscover if you need,
this tremendous prayer that calls so many graces down upon those who pray it. Pray the Rosary in the car
on the way to work or school, on the way home; pray it at home with the family, whenever you can. Even if
you can only manage one or two of the five mysteries of a whole Rosary, take advantage of this powerful
prayer. It will be a huge spiritual support in your life and lead you ever closer to Jesus.
Our Lady of the Rosary, Pray for us.
God bless you,
Father Joseph Byerley
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Catholic Charies
Diaper Drive and Showers of Mercy
Theology on Tap covers
Having The Mind of a Survivor!
Catholic Charies invites you to close out the Jubilee Year of
Mercy with a special focus on the corporal work of mercy,
“Clothe the Naked.” Across the Diocese, Catholic Charies’
offices will be collecng diapers and wipes from now through
November 18. Drop off diapers at any of their eight locaons –
a complete list is available online at CatholicChariesCamden.org/Locaons. Or you can leave them here at the rectory
marked as “Diaper Drive” Then on November 18 at 1 p.m.,
join Catholic Charies at one of five locaons for a “Shower of
Mercy,” a baby shower for women in the community where
mothers in need can pick up the diapers. All are welcome to
enjoy the showers as volunteers or guests and have a meaningful “Encounter,” in the spirit of Pope Francis, with Catholic
Charies and the community. For more informaon, visit
CatholicChariesCamden.org/Mercy or contact Brian Wagner:
856-691-1841, [email protected]
Theology on Tap is a speaker and discussion series for women
and men in their 20s and 30s, married and single.
Topic: Having The Mind of a Survivor! (Persevering in Faith)
Guest Speaker: Kimberly Fahy experienced a beauful conversion and was re-introduced to her Catholic roots in her early
twenes through Rowan University’s Newman Center. She
coordinates the MMC Youth Ministry at St. Mary of Mount
Carmel Parish in Hammonton, NJ and also runs her own small
business. Her presentaon will share spiritual pracces with a
real passion for faith.
When: Wednesday, October 19, 2016…….Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Where: PJ Whelihan’s, 425 Hurffville-Cross Keys Road, Sewell,
NJ 08080 (Washington Township next to Kennedy Hospital)
It’s a great chance to hear a dynamic speaker and engage in
meaningful conversaon in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.
No cost to aend. Parcipants are welcome to purchase food
and beverages. For more info: (856) 583-0298, [email protected], or join “Theology on Tap –
South Jersey” on Facebook or follow “Theology on Tap SJ” on
Twier.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Look at the Calendar.... it's me for that 5 year tune-up! We
would never expect a car to run smoothly forever without a
tune-up, so why do we expect our marriage relaonship to
keep running smoothly without a lile maintenance? The
Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend gives married couples the tools to keep their relaonship in top running condion. To schedule that tune-up, go on line to wwmesouthjersey.org. The next weekend is Dec 9-11.
Life in the Spirit Seminars
Try Something New and Different
Come and hear our stories about how the Holy Spirit has
changed our lives! Come and join in the dialogue about our
journeys and personal experiences with God! Come and connect with others during our joyful and upliing meengs! People of all ages are warmly welcome! There will be engaging
speakers during the seven Life in the Spirit Seminars on Sunday evenings from September 25 to November 13 from 7:30 9:30 in St. Rose of Lima Parish Lounge. No need to register!
Just come! If you can’t come to all of them, come when you
can! The door is always open!
For more informaon, contact Sue Wheeler, 856-745-1550,
[email protected] or Chick Warrington, 856-783-7117
[email protected]
Just Got Engaged?
St. Simon Stock Parish, 178 W. White Horse Pike in Berlin, NJ
will offer PRE-CANA this fall for couples preparing for marriage. It is a one-day session which will be held on Saturday,
October 15, 2016, from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm in the Parish
Meeng Center. Both pares must aend!
To register, call Bey at 856-767-2563.
Bapsm - Fr. Mike Matveenko
Come out for Fellowship as we learn about the
Sacrament of Bapsm!
Friday, Oct. 14 at 7:00PM
Collegium Center for Faith and Culture
301 S. White Horse Pike. Haddon Heights, NJ 08035
856-534-0400
Is Bapsm necessary for Salvaon? Was Bapsm prefigured in
the Old Testament? Why do Catholics Bapze babies? Does
the Catholic Church recognize Bapsm from other Churches?
Should we try to Bapze infants whose parents don't bapze
them? What about the oils/anoinng? Are they necessary for
the Bapsm to be valid? Fr. Mike Matveenko will answer these
quesons and more as he discusses this Sacrament of Iniaon. Bring your quesons and your friends! Cost - Free...Light
Refreshments served. Doors open at 6:30.
Join us on a Trip to the Holy Land!
Join Fr. James King and Brenda Quinn on the trip of a lifeme,
as we travel in the footsteps of Jesus and visit those places
important in Salvaon History!! The Bible and your faith will
come to life, as you visit Nazareth, Bethlehem, Cana, Capernaum, Jerusalem, Emmeus, Jericho, Cesarea, ride on the Sea of
Galilee and so much more! Plus, we will eat dinner with Chrisans in Bethlehem to learn more about their life and culture.
June 15-25, 2017. Cost $3395. (if registered before Oct 28th,
you receive a $100. discount, so $3295.) This includes airfare,
breakfast, dinner, entrance fees, the best Catholic guides, air
condion coach and all top hotels! For more informaon
email [email protected] or call 856-534-0400.
You may also obtain forms by going to the Collegium website
at www.thecollegiumcenter.org
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Around the Parish
ST. ROSE OF LIMA
YOU†H MINIS†RY
Join NOW!
Come be a part of an exciting new year for St.
Rose of Lima Catholic Church Youth Ministry.
Share fun, laughter, and faith! Invite your
friends!
PARISH WEEK AHEAD
MON
10-10
TUE
10-11
WED
10-12
THUR
10-13
FRI
10-14
SAT
10-15
SUN
10-16
*Games
**Group Trips
***Snacks and Prizes
****FAITH Strengthening
High School-Wed., Oct. 12th
6:30p.m.-8:00p.m. in the Parish Lounge
Middle School-Wed., Oct. 19th
6:30p.m.-8:00p.m. in the Parish Lounge
Come see what we will be doing throughout the year and make new friends!
Snacks and desserts will be served!
Questions?? Contact Dominique Mehmet at (856) 547-0564
or email [email protected]
Parking Lot Update
The concrete work was completed last week. We now
look forward to the parking area being paved the
week of November 14!
EM Training
EM training is being presented at St. Joseph The Worker parish
SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 2016 from 9:00-3:00 PM
If you are interested in being a Extraordinary Minister of the
Eucharist at one of our weekly Masses OR for our homebound,
please call the rectory to obtain a registraon form!
No School— No Pre-School
Rectory Closed
CCD
Walls of Jericho-Fama Church 7:00pm
Men’s Basketball
Gym
8:30pm
Prayer Shawl
Lounge 10:00am
Girls’ Basketball
Gym
3:30pm
Walls of Jericho-Fama Church 7:00pm
Legion of Mary
SCMR 6:00pm
Cheerleading
Café
6:00pm
Boys’ Basketball
Gym
6:30pm
Social Acon
Lounge 7:00pm
School Open House—9:30am to 11:30am
Followers
Lounge 9:30am
Girls’ Basketball
Gym
3:30pm
Boys’ Basketball
Gym
5:00pm
Youth Ministry
Lounge 6:30pm
Walls of Jericho-Fama Church 7:00pm
Cheerleading
Gym
6:30pm
Bereavement
SCMR 7:00pm
Boys’ Basketball
Gym
8:00pm
Girls’ Basketball
Gym
3:30pm
Boys’ Basketball
Gym
5:00pm
Walls of Jericho-Fama Church 7:00pm
Parish Council
Lounge 7:00pm
Adult Choir
Sacristy 7:30pm
Daily Mass
Church 8:30am
Girls’ Basketball
Gym
3:00pm
Confessions
Chapel 4:30pm
Boys’ Basketball
Gym
5:00pm
Saturday Evening Mass Church 5:30pm
Girls’ Basketball
Gym
9:00am
Cheerleading
Gym
11:00am
Boys’ Basketball
Gym
1:00pm
Confessions
Church 4:30pm
SUNDAY MASSES
8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am and 6:30pm
RCIA
Lounge 9:00am
Coffee & Donuts
Café
10:30am
Sunday School
School 9:30am
Children’s Choir
Gym
12:00pm
Charismac
Lounge 7:30pm
Rectory Offices will be closed on
Monday, Oct 10 for Columbus Day!
Needed!
Ushers/Greeters/Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers for Holy
Communion at our Sunday, 6:30pm Mass. Please consider
helping out in some way for this liturgy, even if it’s only once a
month. Call the rectory for more informaon or to volunteer.
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Calling all early birds… we need your help!
Thanksgiving is November 24th this year and to help alleviate
asking YOU our generous parishioners for food only 4 weeks
apart, we are going to try and seek your help early for Thanksgiving. If you are able to start helping us now, we can be set
and ready to go WAY ahead of me and not stress before the
big feast! Would you please consider purchasing one of the
following items and return no later than Friday, October 28th?
We need 120 of the following items:
Gravy
Jelly
Long pasta (spaghe/linguini)
Box pasta (penne/rigatoni)
Peanut buer
Stuffing
Crackers (4 pack)
Tea bags
Toilet paper
Breakfast item
Beans
Canned fruit
Canned potatoes (or boxed)
Canned pasta (Spaghe O’s or
Chef-boy-ardee)
Cranberry sauce
Fall type of dessert—
(think Gingerbread)
We need 240 of the following
items:
Canned green vegetables
Canned yellow vegetables
Soup (dry or canned)
Tuna
Jell-O/Pudding
Mac-n-Cheese
Spiritual Center Library
According to Blessed Alain, our Most Holy Virgin Mary promised "Those who shall recite my Rosary piously, considering its
mysteries, will not be overwhelmed by misfortune.......the sinner will be converted; the just will grow in grace and become
worthy of eternal life;...what you shall ask through my rosary
you shall obtain." For over 500 Years, Catholics have
prayed the rosary and marvelous effects and conversions have
resulted and are even documented. In our Spiritual Center
Library, we have audio cassee tapes of the rosary being said
with Pope John Paul II, Father Peyton, and other well-known
priests. We also have the "Scriptural Rosary" on cassees. Many books about the rosary are available, including
the well-known "Secret of the Rosary" by St. Louis de
Monort. A very unusual book by a METHODIST MINISTER
named J. Neville Ward is available and is tled "Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy." This is his very own tesmony about his
impressive experiences with the rosary. This month, October,
is dedicated to the rosary, and Oct. 7th is the feast day of the
rosary. Make me for the wonderful devoon, somemes
called "Mary's Weapon" or "Mary's Lasso." If possible, make it
a daily family devoon.
Please Join the Choir!
Please place the item(s) in either the food bin in church or
drop-off to the Rectory. If you have a turkey you’d like to donate, please bring directly to the Rectory for proper storage. If
you would like to donate $$ toward the purchase of a turkey,
we’d appreciate that as well. We are packing our dinners for
these families on Saturday, November 19th. Your donaons
will enable us to provide a Happy Thanksgiving to all of the 120
families. Thank you and God Bless!
Here are the details if you have thought about joining the
choir. There are no audions. You do not need to read music.
We sing at the 11:00 Mass from Sept to June. We realize you
may miss somemes, but if we all are there most of the me,
we will have enough people. We rehearse on Thursday evenings in the church sacristy at 7:30 (side entrance from the
parking lot). You will meet some great people! Come out and
try it! Quesons? Pat Innocenzo, 856-906-8310 or [email protected] Thanks!
St. Rose of Lima Adopt-A- Family Program
The Social Acon Commiee is preparing for its annual “Adopt-A-Family” Program for Christmas 2016. It is expected that
there will be approximately 80 families in need of help providing gis for their children on Christmas. This will require more than
100 donors. Please consider adopng a family this year or pairing up with others to adopt a family. Families to be adopted have
one to eight children up to the age of 12. The Social Acon Commiee will be happy to pair you with a family with the number of
children that you wish to adopt. We ask that each child receive a minimum of 6 gis: 3 clothing items and 3 age appropriate wish
list items. Gis for parents are oponal.
Last year’s family recipients were truly thankful for your incredible kindness. We are hopeful that you will consider
adopng a family this year. Thanks to your generosity, our parish program connues to bring the light of Christ to all families at
Christmas.
Please contact Marcia Roberts at the e-mail address below or phone by October 25, 2016 if you are interested in parcipang. Thank you is advance for supporng the Social Acon Commiee Adopt-A-Family program. May God bless you and your
family this Christmas Season.
In Christ,
Fr. E. Joseph Byerley
Pastor St. Rose of Lima
Marcia Roberts
[email protected] (856) 366-4519
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Around the Diocese
Bishop Eustace Preparatory School - Open
House and Scholarship/Entrance Exam
Bishop Eustace Preparatory School invites students and parents to our Open House on Sunday, October 23, 2016 from
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Experience firsthand our commitment
to academic excellence, spiritual development, and personal
growth, while touring our college style, 32-acre campus. Skip
the lines and pre-register on our website!
We also encourage interested 8th grade students to sit for our
Scholarship/Entrance Exam on Saturday, October 29, 2016 at
8:00am. The fee for the exam is $25. The eight highest scorers
will be offered an academic scholarship. To prepare for scholarship and entrance exam season, we will offer a pracce test
on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. It will provide
experience with the tesng format and idenfy opportunies
for improvement. For more informaon, please call the Admissions Office at (856) 662-2160, ext. 240, or visit our website at
www.eustace.org.
Camden Catholic High School
Open House
Thursday, October 27 at 7 p.m. (check-in begins at
6:30). Learn how we empower today’s students to find their
purpose through academics, arts and spirituality. Meet our
faculty, students, coaches and administraon, tour the campus, and “Catch the Spirit” of CCHS! RSVP online:
www.camdencatholic.org/openhouse.
Merion Mercy Academy
Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students and their families are
welcome to join us at Merion Mercy Academy’s Open House
to be held on Sunday, October 9. The day will begin at 11:00
a.m. with Mass followed by a welcome and overview and
tours. The Scholarship and Entrance Exam will be given on
Saturday, October 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The makeup date is November 5. The Applicaon/Test Registraon can
be completed online at www.merion-mercy.com.
Gloucester Catholic JR/SR HIGH
An Open House for Prospecve Students will be offered on
Thursday, October 20 at 7:00pm. GCHS welcomes students in
grades 7-12 and students and families from throughout South
Jersey are invited to aend. The evening will showcase the
spiritual, academic, athlec and extracurricular offerings for
both the junior high and senior high schools. Faculty, staff and
students will be on hand to discuss scholarships, financial aid,
transportaon and related concerns. For more informaon or
to Become a Ram for the Day, contact Admissions Director
Tom Flynn at [email protected] or call 856-456-4400. To
learn more about the proud Ram Tradion, visit
www.gchsrams.org and check the Gloucester Catholic Junior
Senior High Facebook Page!
Mass for Expectant Mothers
Sun., Oct. 16, 2016, 2 p.m.
at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine, 135 N. White
Horse Pk., Lindenwold, NJ 08021. Expectant mothers and
mothers trying to conceive are welcome as we pray to Our
Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the unborn, and to St. Gerard
Majella, patron saint of expectant mothers. Fellowship aerwards. Expectant mothers will receive a St. Gerard medal and
an Our Lady of Guadalupe rose. Phone: (856) 627-2222; Email:
[email protected]; Website:
www.guadalupeparishshrine.org
St. Joseph High School- Hammonton
OPEN HOUSE
October 16th, Open to 6th, 7th and 8th grades.
9:00am to Noon "Be A Champion! Be A Wildcat!"
ENTRANCE AND SCHOLARSHIP EXAM
Sat., October 29th 8:00AM & Fri., November 18th 8:00AM
Call Now To Register 609-561-8700 x 121
Public Square Rosary Crusade
Saturday, October 22, 2016 @ Noon
Christ Our Light Church
402 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill
coordinated by America Needs Fama campaign.
For more informaon Contact:
Marilyn Aron 856-581-0668
BYOC-(bring your own chair)
Liturgy Workshop
“The Eucharist: Food and Drink
For the Works of Mercy”
October 22 9AM to 3PM
Good Shepherd School Cafeteria, 100 Lees Avenue, Collingswood, NJ
Presenter: Rev. Richard Fragomeni, PhDa priest of the Diocese of Albany N.Y, has been a member of
the faculty of the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago for
more than 25 years. Central to his work is a fascinaon with
the power of liturgy and preaching in the transformaon of the
human heart. To register contact the parish office 856-8580298...Registraon Required - Donaon $15 - Includes Lunch
(Checks payable to St. Teresa of Calcua Parish)
Knights of Columbus
K of C Speaker Series Resumes
Save the evening of Tuesday October 11 for a presentaon of
the apparions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, by K of C member
Alfred Vitarelli. Learn when and why Mary appeared on earth
and the relaonship of her apparions to significant world
events. A great topic for the month of Mary! The presentaon
is open to everyone, including parishioners, friends and family
members. The presentaon begins at 7:45PM, with refreshments and discussion me aer. Cost of admission: 1 can of
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food for the Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Pray for the Sick
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Joan Alles
John Amato
David Armstrong
Jennifer Augelli
Baby Braelynn Rose
Anderson
Chris Bakey
Pearl Barry
Mary Barton
Nancy Bauer
Debbie Bean
Stanley Bednarczyk
Horace Bertolino
Gertrude Billbrough
Clifford Biroc
Ginny Bochansky
Carmen Bozza
Sue Bowerman
James Brown
Dorothy Brown
Barbara Browning
Steve Brownstone
Fr. Charlie Brunick
Terri Brunick
Barbara Burkhardt
Harry Burkhardt
Renee Cabrero
Rita Campana
Laura Campbell
Scott Campbell
Donald Cannon
Gloria Cannon
Anthony Caperelli
Baby Miriam Carino
James Carr
Katherine Carr
Joan Casey
Richard Cattafesta
Dominic Christopher
Steve Ciechon
George Cleary
Christina Cleveland
Nancy Collins
Jennifer Compuesto
Dolores Cox
Jeannie Crawford
Daniel Crumine
Bob Cullen
Robert DeFord Sr.
Mary Anne Delaney
Thomas DeLuigi
Joe Deni
Frances Derengowski
Tony Desiderio
Cody DiFazio
Michele DiFilippo
Patricia DiMartinis
Michele Dinella
Jean Doer
Carol Donatis
Annette Donato
John Donegan
Ed Downs
Georgia Dryer
Kelly Dryer
Glen Dymond
Joseph Dzurenda
James Eckert
Elizabeth Egner
Mary Beth Eliades
Ted Ellis
Annie Engle
Bernice Evans
Joseph Ezzi
Gregory Faith
Elizbeth Farrell
Linda Feldman
Virginia Fietto
Pasquale Fietto
John Filipkowski
Elizabeth Fine
Vince Fiola
Robert Fitzgerald
Elizabeth Flamini
Roseanne Flamini
Natalie Fletcher
Linda Flink
Catherine Fiolkowski
Deacon Edward Freed
Diane Fritch
Jean Fusco
George Fuller
Rebecca Gallagher
Alexi Gash
Angela Gattuso
Baby Luca Paul
Giamporcaro
Kathy Gillin
Delores Glantz
Natalie Gorsegner
Ginny Gray
Sloan Growney
Lynne Guidotti
Agnes Hackett
Joan Hall
Gerard Harrington
Tara Hagy
Frank Hardy
Sue Hatch
Geri Hennessey
Bill Hoffman
Lindsay Hopkins
Eric Hunt
Steve Hurley
Taylor Hyndman
Gary & Sharon Iannece
Gloria Interlante
Mary Jane Iuvara
Gloria Jankowski
Joseph Janda
Sr. Mary Jeanette, RSM
Janet Johnson
Stacie Johnson
Anna Jones
Tom Karpiak
Barb Kelly
Thomas Kelly Family
Dorothy Koenig
Tim Koverchick
Irene Kozlowski
Thaddeus Kozlowski
Catherine Krowicki
Kathryn Lae
Donna Lamaine
Chris Lawler
Mark Leboux
Michael Ledoux
Erin Lively
Eileen Lloret
Lucie Lipko
Rich Lipko
John Lynch
John Malia
Anna Marley
Barbara Marino
Babies Liam and
Dechlin Mason
Nancy Masterson
Peggy Maxwell
Ester May
Joe Mayo
Anna Mayer
Edward Mc Cleary
Rachel Mc Cleery
Phyllis McConnell
Maurice McDonald
Catherine McGinley
Cynthia McNally
Leah Michaud
Jennifer Miller
Florence Mitchell
Caitlyn Monahan
Joan Monahan
John Paul Montone
Layla Mosley
Brian Mullins
Gail Murtaugh
Len Nasielski
Nicole Newell
Kathy Nichols
Angel Nocito
Berne Nolan
Joan Nowlan
April Oliver
Jennifer Owens
Francis J Pasquini
Susan Paul
Scott Pauli
Doug Pastore
Lauren Pastore
Pat Pawlowski
Robert Pelle
Dolores Pelle
Anna Marie Pelle
Stephanie Peters
Alberta Peters
Tina Petruzzelli
Florence Pezzato
Bob Phillips
Deacon Joseph Pierce
Dolores Piscitelli
Vic Player
Mary Pojawis
John Powell
Rose Quigley
Steven Quigley
Stephanie Quinn
Morgan Replogle
David Rib
Bernadette Rios
Erika Reynik
Deacon John Rich
Chris Reynik
Pat Robinson
Angelo P. Rossa
Anna (Bea) Rowand
Dorothy Ruggieri
Marie Saiia
Sean Sanchirrico
Ann Sarnese
Jim Schiavo
Larry Schneider
Jim Single
Deacon James Smith
Sophie Smith
Margaret Snape
Lenore Spielgel
Jim Stafferia
Ralph Sturgis
Benjamin Szabo
Linda Szafranski
Carol Taggart
Anthony Tartaglia
Brian W. Taylor
Lauren Thomas
Colt Thurber Jr
Eileen Timble
Debbie Tomeo-Krezel
Cheryl Traviglione
Elizabeth Troutwein
Frank Trybulski
Anna Vasikonis
Linda Vena
Marianne Vennitti
Gerry Verniero
Harry Vogel
Anne Vollmer
Daniel Walker
Fred Watson
Joseph Weidmeyer
Dave Wetherspoon
Vicki Wise
Anna Marie Wisham
Justin Wojtowicz
David Woods Sr.
Please call the rectory to add a loved one to the prayer list or to remove someone who has returned to health.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION IN OUR CHAPEL
A Time to Rest in Peace…
We pray for our friends & parishioners who have died and
their families…
Carmen J. Badolato
Robert Fisher
MILITARY SERVICE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
James Bearden, Lee-Volker Cox, Christopher MacLuckie,
Fr. Lasarian Nwoga, Anthony Cile
U.S. MARINE CORPS
Sean Brune, Emily Ann Krowicki, Timothy Anstotz,
Shane Camardo Harris ’04,
Louis Camardo, Logan DePue ’84
Daniel DiEva, Dominick Dobson, Christopher Maloney
UNITED STATES ARMY
Stephen Ali '94 Edward Heniss, Steven Bordi, Jr. Sco Fullam ’04
Keith Hudson , Steven Johnson, Paul Steelman, David Anderson, John
Bitner, Dennis Brown, Alvaro Cabezas, Nicole Candy ’91 Steven DeVeglio,
Jennifer Harris, Emmi Henkel, A J Jacquot, Erik Kober, Michael MacDonald, Jordan Mosley, Melissa Owens , Mahew Parsons, William Rabena,
John Waldron, Kelly Hagan-Wood ’91
Mon-Fri 9:00am to 8:00pm
The Pope’s Special Intenons for October
x That journalists, in carrying out their work, may always be
movated by respect for truth and a strong sense of
ethics.
x That World Mission Day may renew within all Chrisan
communies the joy of the Gospel and the responsibility
to announce it.
Please pray for those defending our country
UNITED STATES NAVY
Andrew Hicks, Dillon McLaughlin, Randy Wickersham, Eric Domenico,
Raymond Henry Jr, Liam Hulin, Joseph Kogut ’96, Brigid McPeak ’00 ,
Brian Murphy, John Raimondi, Brian Randolph, Glenn Stafford, Joseph
Velez, Michael & Harry Hartensne
NATIONAL GUARD
Jennifer Winton (NJ), Michael Zeleski ’75 (NJ), James T Meyer (NJ), Sean
Donohue (NJ), John Loberto (NJ), Cherokee Hunt (PA), Jusn Oliver ’90
(NJ), Joseph Iuliucci,Jr ‘81 (NY)
U. S. COAST GUARD
Alyse B Corle , Alex Rulon ’03
U.S. MERCHANT MARINE
James Hicks, Michael Rugarber ’00,
The highlighted young people are staoned in Afghanistan.
Graduaon year from St. Rose School is indicated.
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Mass Intenons for the Week
Saturday, October 8, 2016
8:30am Sharon Watson r/b Friends & Family
5:30pm Dolores DelRossi r/b Family
5:30pm Kathleen Mataranglo r/b Paul Kelley
5:30pm James Janis r/b Walsh & McIntyre Families
5:30pm Chirapat Iamsila r/b Emily & Dodie Deguzman
5:30pm Elizabeth (Betsy) Bruce r/b Rose & William Browning
5:30pm Dominic Froio Rosina & Richard Osowski
Sunday, October 9, 2016, 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00am William Darpino (22nd anniv.) r/b daughter, Barbara
9:30am Deceased Members of DeLozier/Stoy Families r/b Families
11:00am Clara Toughill r/b Angel Nocito & Family
6:30pm Arthur L. Mayo r/b wife, Ursula
6:30pm Colleen Wermuth r/b Dee & Bob Wermuth
6:30pm Ed Regan r/b David & Peg Iuvara
6:30pm Mary Marna r/b Frank & Kathie Boldurian
6:30pm Malda & Tomas Rivera (50th Wedding Anniv.)
r/b Orlando & Sarah Rivera
6:30pm Geraldine Cardone r/b Luanne Cross
Monday, October 10, 2016
6:30am For all the Parishioners
8:30am James Janis r/b Barbara Gilbride
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
6:30am Theodore Mirenda r/b Mary Rugarber
8:30am Jean Mideri r/b Marie Zuber
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
6:30am Mark Cavallo r/b Suzanne Ficara
8:30am For Our 48th Wedding Anniv. r/b John & Dorothy Moran
Thursday, October 13, 2016
6:30am Elizabeth Pojawis r/b Fr. Joseph Byerley
8:30pm Frank Genle r/b son, Frank
Friday, October 14, 2016
6:30am William Ciemny r/b Catherine McGinley
8:30am Joan Longo r/b Harry & Eileen Hoch
Anna Marie Gigante r/b granddaughter, Marisa
Saturday, October 15, 2016
8:30am James Janis r/b Faith Sharing Group
5:30pm Flo & John Marshall r/b Marshall Family
5:30pm Brian Walsh r/b Rose Marie
5:30pm Kathleen Kelley r/b her Family
5:30pm Kathleen Mataranglo r/b M/M John F. Kelley
5:30pm Salvatore Franzini r/b Earl Pancrazio
5:30pm Richard Leverich r/b Bob & Marie Keefe
Sunday, October 16, 2016, 29 th Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00am Natalie Hammill & Mary Sieck r/b Joe Hammill
9:30am Ian Charles Moore r/b his mom, Consuelo Saccar
11:00am Thomas Hannock r/b Marge & Mike Garris
6:30pm Carmella Verdecchio r/b Patty, Tommy, & Damian Allen
6:30pm William Ciemney r/b Goodman Family
6:30pm Ed Regan r/b Joe & Joan Iuvara, Sr.
6:30pm Patrick Arey r/b Orlando & Sarah Rivera
6:30pm Alexander Kisielewski r/b Harry & Eileen Hoch
6:30pm Jeffrey Shannon r/b grandmom, Anna Mayer
Candle Memorials
The Sanctuary Lamp in the Chapel
is burning this week in Loving Memory of
Mahew Tozer
Requested by Chuck & Lynne Guido
The Sanctuary Lamp in the Church
is burning this week in Loving Memory of
Jeffrey Shannon
Requested by grandmother, Anna Mayer
This Week’s Scripture Readings
Monday: Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 — 5:1; Ps 113:1b-5a, 6-7; Lk 11:29-32
Tuesday: Gal 5:1-6; Ps 119:41, 43-45, 47-48; Lk 11:37-41
Wednesday: Gal 5:18-25; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 11:42-46
Thursday: Eph 1:1-10; Ps 98:1-6; Lk 11:47-54
Friday: Eph 1:11-14; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13; Lk 12:1-7
Saturday: Eph 1:15-23; Ps 8:2-3ab, 4-7; Lk 12:8-12
Sunday: Ex 17:8-13; Ps 121:1-8; 2 Tm 3:14 — 4:2; Lk 18:1-8
Weekly Offering
October 2, 2016 : $13,423.67
Same week Last Year: $14,504.75
We are extremely grateful to you for your connued support of
St. Rose Parish. Your generosity helps us to meet our
obligaon to provide care of our parishioners through our many
ministries here. God bless you.
90th World Mission Sunday
Next Sunday, Oct 16, the Diocese will be celebrang World
Mission Sunday . Our diocesan family will join our brothers
and sisters around the world who will gather at the Lord’s Table to celebrate, with great joy, our common vocaon as missionaries. Our prayers and financial help, through the Society
for the Prooagaon of the Faith, supports the work of the Mission Church, its witness to Christ and service to the poor.
RCIA: Rite of Chrisan Iniaon for Adults
This Sunday, October 9, 2016, during the 9:30 Mass we will
also be celebrang the “Rite of Welcome” for our Candidates
and their Sponsors. Please keep our Candidates, their Sponsors and our Catechists in your prayers.
Gentlemen of the Parish:
The Santa Maria Council #1443 cordially invites you to our
Fall Open House. Please come to the Club Hall at 7:00 pm on
any Friday through October 14, 2016, and get to know who
we are and what we do while enjoying a meal and some refreshments. 350 W. Crystal Lake Avenue, Haddon Township.
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Parish Directory
Parish Offices……...(856) 547-0564
School Office………….. (856) 546-6166
Office Fax……..…….(856) 547-7311
School Fax………..........(856) 546-6601
Rosebud Academy Preschool (856) 617-0750
Website……………….www.strosenj.com
Rectory Office Hours:
Mass Schedule
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Wednesday, Friday
Saturday, Sunday
Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm
Sunday 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 am, 6:30 pm
Weekdays in chapel (in church during lent)
Mon.-Fri…. 6:30 am & 8:30 am / Saturday 8:30 am
9am - 8pm
9am – 4pm
9am-12:30pm
Clergy
Pastor………………...Rev. E. Joseph Byerley (Ext. 210)
Parochial Vicar………...Rev. Alfred Mungujakisa (Ext. 209)
Rered in Residence…..Rev. Alfred J. Hewe
Permanent Deacon……... Doug Crawford
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail………[email protected]
School & Parish Offices & Ministries
Religious Ed.………….………………..…Deb Smaldore (Ext. 203)
Parish Secretary…………………………...Kathy Miller (Ext. 201)
School Principal …...……….…. Mr. William Stonis (Ext. 301)
School Advancement Director…. Sheila Thomas (Ext. 309)
Rosebud Academy Director– Maureen Mason 856-617-0750
Youth Ministry Director…………….Dominique Mehmet (ext 211)
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail……[email protected]
e-mail……[email protected]
Religious Ed Office……………...…………….…...(856) 546-9326
Business Manager …………………..…...Marla Barre (Ext 205)
RCIA.……….….………………...Deacon Doug Crawford (Ext. 204)
RCIA Secretary….……….………………….... Bey Wells (Ext 204)
Spiritual Center Library .…...Arlene Ezekiel..(856) 546-9875
Religious Ed Secretary…………. .Geri Grzegorski (ext 207)
Technology Co-coordinator……..... Peg Crowell (Ext 311)
Legion of Mary.………...…Kathleen McCormick..534-7136
Finance Council Chairperson…….…………. George Barre
Pastoral Council President………………....…Rebecca Barnes
Parish Sacraments and Policies
P
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We are always happy to welcome new parishioners and we invite them to register at the rectory and to make arrangements to have their
home blessed. When moving or changing an address, please nofy us.
E
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The Chapel is open for Prayer & Adoraon of the Blessed Sacrament on weekdays from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm. Adoraon connues through the
night on Thursday before First Friday, ending at 6:30 am on First Friday.
We rejoice with parents over the birth of their child and look forward to their child’s Bapsm. Bapsms take place each Sunday at
12:30 pm. A Bapsm preparaon session is required for parents to prepare for their child’s Bapsm. This preparaon is held on the 2nd Sunday
of the month at 12:30 pm in the Parish Lounge. (3rd Sunday in May due to Mother’s Day) Please call the rectory office to pre-register for this
class. October 9th, 2016
S M
For parishioners who have become engaged to be married, please contact one of our priests or deacons to set a date and to obtain a
copy of our Wedding Guidelines. Arrangements must be made at least one year in advance of the wedding date.
A
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Any parishioners who are experiencing serious illness, who have been hospitalized due to an accident, or who are preparing for surgery
please call one of the priests to arrange for Anoinng of the Sick. When a loved one’s condion has become terminal, please call for one of the
priests anyme to arrange to bring the Holy Eucharist as Viacum.
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