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Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine
135 North White Horse Pike, Lindenwold, New Jersey 08021
Telephone: (856) 627-2222 Fax: (856) 627- 8210
Website: www.guadalupeparishshrine.org/ www.facebook.com/OurLadyofGuadalupeNJ
Email: [email protected]
John Paul II Regional School
Telephone: (856) 783-3088 www.jp2rs.org
The Most Holy Trinity
June 15, 2014 - Father’s Day
Rev. Joseph P. Capella, Pastor
Rev. Wilson Paulose, Chaplain, Kennedy Hospital
Rev. James Bartoloma, Vice Chancellor
Msgr. Roger McGrath, Senior Priest
Rev. Mr. John Berstecher, Deacon
Mr. Edward Kennedy, Pastoral Associate-Seminarian
Mr. Francisco Torres, Sacristan
Mrs. Helen Persing, School Principal
Ms. Maria Nieva, Director of Liturgy & Music
Mrs. Gelen Hernandez, Dir. of Hispanic Ministries
Mrs. Mary Stone, Coordinator of Religious Education
Mrs. Stephanie Greco, Director of Shrine Services
Mass Times:
Stratford: Monday to Saturday 8:00 a.m.
Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 11:30 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Reconciliation: Saturday 3:45 p.m.
Lindenwold: Monday to Friday 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and
11:00 a.m. Spanish Mass
Reconciliation: Mon. to Fri. 6:30 p.m., Sat. 4:15 p.m.
Parish Hours / Horarios de Oficina
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
“Glory to the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; to God who is, who was, and who is to come.”
Revelation 1:8
Dear Parishioners and Visitors of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine,
This weekend we celebrate Father’s Day. So, to all of our fathers, a very blessed and Happy Father’s
Day! To those who are fathers to us in so many ways and to our fathers who have gone before us, we
remember, thank and honor them in a special way today as well. Truly, the vocation of fatherhood is a special
and sacred vocation in our world.
In our culture, it is very easy to forget the fact that without fathers, there would be no sons and
daughters. A father’s willingness to say “yes” to God’s will and cooperate with this will to bring life into the
world is essential. It is so essential, in fact, that it was designed as such by God. A man and a woman who
bound their lives together in a sacred union and together say “yes” to God’s gentle request to assist in the
ongoing work of creation of the human family. Essentially, this reality is what we as Catholic Christians
celebrate today when we celebrate Father’s Day. Even though this is a secular holiday rather than a feast of
the Church, it can certainly be embraced by us as the Church and given a renewed meaning.
In a sense, this is what the early Christians did with many secular or pagan holidays as well as with
other aspects of their culture. Pagan festivals, holidays and other aspects of daily life were “Christianized”
and given new meaning, new purpose. In fact, this is exactly what God does through Jesus the Christ. God
takes the old way and gives it new meaning and purpose through His Son, Jesus. I would suggest that we do
the same in our culture and in our time. Today’s holiday of Father’s Day is a perfect opportunity. How can
we renew and bring new purpose and meaning to this cultural holiday? For example, what does it mean to be
a father in the image of the Father? How can fathers be godly and imitate our Father in heaven? Today offers
us a perfect time to reflect upon this challenge.
Recently, someone sent me an email that contained a custom from the Cherokee Indian culture. When
it is time for a boy to become a man, an adult, according to the Cherokee culture, the boy is blindfolded and
led into the wilderness where he must remain by himself through the night, blindfolded. He cannot sleep, eat
or drink. He cannot remove the covering from his eyes. He must stay exactly where he is placed, seated there
alone until morning to prove his bravery and preparedness to assume his role as an adult male. In the morning
when the blindfold is removed by the tribal leader, the boy notices his father sitting by his side. He wasn’t
alone after all. Throughout the entire night without the boy knowing it, his father was with him, watching
over him and praying for him. Our Father, too, is with us when we are blinded by so much in life.
Let us pray for the men in our culture, our families our Church that they will know that the Father is
beside them, always, as they enter more deeply into their sacred vocation with each passing day. Again,
a blessed and Happy Father’s Day to all whom we acknowledge as our fathers. Thanks for being with us this
weekend, God bless.
Fr. Joe
We Pray for...
S - St. Luke
L - St. Lawrence
Monday, June 16, 2014
S 8:00 a.m.
Peter Sperandio
r/b Anna Sperandio
L 7:00 p.m.
John Hopkins (3rd anniversary)
r/b wife, Mary & family
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
S 8:00 a.m.
Joseph Mastrando
r/b his loving mom & family
L 7:00 p.m.
Andrew Kasper
r/b family
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
S 8:00 a.m.
John Flanagan
r/b nephew, Matthew Flanagan
L 7:00 p.m.
Veronica Pompei
r/b Fr. Joseph Capella
Thursday, June 19, 2014
S 8:00 a.m.
Joseph Cericola
r/b Terry & Roscoe
L 6:00 p.m.
Spanish
L 7:00 p.m.
Jack Flanagan
r/b the McShane Family
Friday, June 20, 2014
S 8:00 a.m.
Angeline A. Capella
r/b Helen Persing
L 7:00 p.m.
Jack Flanagan
r/b Steve & Denise Alexander
Saturday, June 21, 2014
S 8:00 a.m.
Richard & Sharon Caspermeyer
r/b Jane Caspermeyer & family
S 4:30 p.m.
Rev. James McCall
(12th anniversary)
r/b Alice, Bob & S.L.P.C.
Jack Flanagan
r/b Dick & Gini Knowlton
Marion Bittner
r/b Cathy & John Lafferty
L 5:00 p.m.
John Hopkins
r/b his loving children
Sunday, June 22, 2014
L 7:30 a.m.
Mate Andacic
r/b Frank & Joann Potts
L 9:30 a.m.
Dorothy Franks
r/b Tom & Betty Miller
Angeline Capella
r/b Ronnie Brown
Angeline Capella
r/b McConney family
L 11:00 a.m. Angelo Rodriguez
r/b Mirian Rodriguez
S 11:30 a.m. Donald Mitchell
r/b wife & family
S 5:00 p.m.
Francis Lonsdale
r/b MaryLou & Edward Murray
The sick of our parish:
Victoria Affrunti, Veronica Ahern, Joseph Allen, Earl Anderson,
Eileen Anderson, Marianna Ansaldo, Claire Hunnewell-Ayres, Carmela Baccari,
Helen & Robert Bacisin, Frank Bada, Chris Bakey, John Beasley,
Charley & Karynlee Berstecher, Bill Bowman, Ellen Boyle, Peggy Brooks,
Maureen Brown, William & Elizabeth Buehler, Juanita Byrd, Fr. Joe Capella,
Nick Catania, Fran Chester, Diana Coulson, Anthony Cerminaro, Valerie Cohen,
Maryann Coleman, Domenic Cosenza, Christiana Cooper, Rita Cruz,
Angie Dabbenigno, Peg D’Alessandro, Debbie Darby, Loretta & Rosalia Davis,
Albert & Daniel DiBartolomeo, Nicholas DiGiorgio, Dennis M. DeRoca,
Thelma Donnally, Kathleen Emerich, Blanche & Leonard Fanelli,
Cornelius Farley, Thomas Flynn, Brian & Kurt Gahm, Manny & Maryann
Galone, James Garber, Mary Gavin, Charles Gold, Dorothy Gomeringer,
Bill Gray, Kathryn Harte, Bob Hopkins, Catherine Hodges, Shirley Holt,
William Hughes, Sr., Margaret Infanti, Leon Johnson, Billy Jones, Carole Katz,
Mary Katz, Anne Marie Kelly, Roseanne Kimballl, Jessica Laidley, Carlo Lala,
Rose Lanciano, Richard Lanzalotti, Frank & Alicia LaScala, Joann Lazzaro,
Vivian Lazzaro, Joan Lentini, Caroline Lewis, Carmela Mangano, Dan &
Maureen Mastrobuono, Chuck McAninley, Robert McCarthy, Jack McGuigan,
Ed McKemey, Carol Massimiano, Donald McMullin, Sr.,
Savannah Lynn McSorley, Juana Mendez, Mary Middleton, Tom & Betty Miller,
Rose Monaco, Aviana Monaghan, Sue Moreno, Charles Morgan,
Kenny & Kristina Moroni, Dan Murphy, Erin Murphy, Fred Naphys, III,
Joan Naphys, Bob O’Dowd, Eileen O’Malley, Constance Onorato, Kay O’Keefe,
Vince Pagano, Cindy Pandolfo, Matthew Petrongolo, Walter Perilli, Joe Pilla,
Betty Pizzo, Allen Powell, Thomas & Collin Powell, Joseph G. Ranieri,
William & Natalia Reyes, Joseph Reinert & Millie Reinert, Jack Revaitis,
John Ribechi, Vicki Robbins, Jerry Roderick, Regina Rofrano, Senka Ryan,
Claire Sciarra, Richie Seibert, Delores Seksnel, Carol Shander, Krista Sheehan,
Thomas Simon, James Solly, Norm Spicer, Sophie Staab, Bill Steinert,
Maggie Stengel, Lillian Stiles, Rosemarie Tartaglia, Lenny Thomas, Betty Tobin,
Stefania Trincas, Lorraine & Victor Trocine, Agnes Tully, Frank Turchi,
Betty Valentino, Lourdes Vasquez, Natalie Vitarelli, Bill Waples,
Kathy Watkins, Margaret Wolick, Anna Worst, Barry M. Wright,
Rudi Alberto Yuarez, Dolores & Tom Zadjeika,
Kim Zuccarelli & Baby Mia Noelle
Those in the nursing home: Gail Capriotti, Ann James, Theresa McCann,
Paz Miranda, Edward McCloskey & Theresa Taylor
The military: Thomas Backenson, M.D., Michael Barikian, Mark Bergman,
Kevin Bradley, Dylan Brodie, Brandon Carney, Jessica Carney, Adam Cutaiar
Ryan Dougherty, Trevor Dunkelberger, Matthew Eagan, James Early,
John Early, Jr., John Early, Sr., Thomas Early, Jr., Thomas Flynn, Drew Hance,
Jarrod Haschert, Jonathan Haubrich, T. J. Homan, Justin Jackson, III,
Rev. Christopher Kopec, Benjamin Kyler, Thomas J. Mackin, Colin J. McElroy,
Michael Mortka, Jr., David Osisek, Jaime Brinn Redmond, Chris A. Roesch,
PFC Sharkey Nicholas, Robert, Terry & Michael Turner, & Matthew Zelaskey
The sanctuary lamp at St. Luke Church burns
in memory of Joseph A. Chiumento
r/b Holy Family Council #7800, Knights of Columbus
The Blessed Mother candle at St. Luke Church burns
for Special Intentions
r/b Anthony & Florence Lazzaro
The St. Joseph candle at St. Luke burns
in memory of Mrs. Virginia Kirby
r/b her loving daughter
The sanctuary lamp at St. Lawrence Church burns
in memory of Rev. Thomas Ploude
r/b Bernadette McGowan
Worship and Liturgy
Infant Baptism
2nd Sunday of each month at 1:30 p.m., Lindenwold campus, or during 11:30 a.m. Mass, Stratford.
Baptismal classes, 1st Tuesday of the month, 7:30 p.m., Parish center, Lindenwold.
Please email Dan Farr, [email protected] or call 856-783-1586
Marriage
Arrangements for marriage should be made one year in
advance. Because of the preparation needed, six months
notification is mandatory. Please call parish office for details.
Horario Misas:
Todos los jueves, 6:00 p.m. y todos los domingo,
11:00 a.m.
Confeciones despues de cada Misa los jueves y domingos
Bautismos:
Los cuartos domingos durante la Santa Misa, 11:00 a.m. (padres y padrinos) Charlas pre-bautismales cada
segundo míercoles del mes a las 7:00 p.m. en la cafeteria.
Matrimonio:
Por favor, hablar a la oficina para mas información sobre las Charlas pre-matrimoniales y cuales son los
requisitos para la boda religiosa.
Youth Group/ Grupo Juvenil:
Youth Group meets on Sundays at 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at St. Juan Diego Center.
Grupo Juvenil - St. Juan Diego, Domingo 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Coordinator: Cathy Williams: 856-397-0757 email: [email protected]
Movimiento Juan XXIII
Reunión en cafeteria los martes de 7 p.m. a 9 p.m.
Sabado:
Reunión de la Renovación Carismática de 7 p.m. a 10 p.m.
June 21
4:30 p.m.
St. Luke
June 21
5:00 p.m.
St. Lawrence
June 22
7:30 a.m.
St. Lawrence
June 22
9:30 a.m.
St. Lawrence
June 22
11:30 a.m.
St. Luke
June 22
5:00 p.m.
St. Luke
Fr. Jim
Msgr. Roger
Msgr. Roger
Fr. Jim
Msgr. Roger
Fr. Joe
L. Sabato
M. Sabato
R. Luczak
B. Buehler
D. Cutter
C. Cutter
D. Owens
M. Hallam
T. Green
G. Green
A. Klingenberg
M. Saylor
G. Norton
T. Steinert
S. Happ
R. Roderick
J. Considine
J. Lupinacci
J. Alberto
M. Alberto
S. Cappuccio
R. Christiano
L. Springle
B. Price
D. Hughes
V. Wishropp
S. Nicholas
D. Tureck
A. Fitzgerald
E. Shook
R. Harman
M. Scutte
R. & R Freiling
N. Rendine
A. Pleis
A. Lepperd
A. Murray
J. Filipkowski
N. Ngene
A. Fitzgerald
E. Ezeiruaku
S. Brown
R. Freiling
J. Filipkowski
A. Fitzgerald
A. Pleis
S. Brown
Rich Freiling
C. & C.
Ejianreh
Spiritual Life Formation
Congratulations to the St. John Paul II Regional School Class of 2014!
Our graduates worked hard all year preparing for the rigors of high school and celebrated with a class trip to
Baltimore, MD, their Dinner Dance at Valleybrook Country Club, 8th Grade Retreat, and a special
Class Breakfast. The Graduation Mass and Awards Ceremony commemorated a wonderful academic, social,
and spiritual experience for our students. We wish them much success and happiness as they embark
on a new chapter of their lives.
Kendal Aimes, Meghan Bakey, Melissa Bakey, James Baston, Molly Buechele, Connor Cargen,
Shane Carns, Kevin Carr, Shane Costello, Michael Cottone, Madilyn Evans, Henry Fey, Olivia Frierson,
Anthony Gibboni, Zachary GibboniAbigail Gilson, Madelyn Hamer, Jacqueline Heston, Dominic Iuliucci,
Matthew Kemble, Liam KrohnPatrick Makel, Ryan McGettigan, Elena McLaughlin, John Napolitano,
Carolyn Ogden, Amber Pearson, Arrianna Powers, Emily Riccardi, Jordan Romano
David Sandoval,, Andrew Schofield, Jaclyn Schultz, Michael Shannon, Amanda Stankiewicz
Arraiyana Starling-Murray, Reilly Stowell, Brandon Tweedley, & Madison Willard
Preschool and Kindergarten Spots Filling Up for 2014-2015- Register Now!
We welcome your family to be a part of our school community next year.
We provide a nurturing experience for all students empowering each to excel at their own level.
Call for a campus tour or be a “Hawk for a Day”
and shadow a JPII student.
Summer Camp
Camp Fun is for grades PK4-5 Grade students and runs from June 30th to August 1st.
Please contact Christine Willard, Advancement Director at [email protected]
or 856-783-3088 for more information.
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NEWS and NOTES
WELCOME!!!
NEXT DISTRIBUTIONS :
4th Sat., June 28, 2014
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
2nd Tue., July 8, 2014
12:00 - 3:00 p.m.
St. Lawrence School
Please call (856) 627-8824
Readings of the Week
Monday: 1 Kgs. 21:1-16; Mt. 5:38-42
Tuesday: 1 Kgs. 21:17-29; Mt. 5:43-48
Wednesday: 2 Kgs. 2:1, 6-14; Mt. 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday: Sir 48:1-14; Mt. 6:7-15
Friday: 2 Kgs. 11:1-4, 9-18, 20; Mt. 6:19-23
Saturday: 2 Chr 24:17-25; Mt. 6:24-34
Sunday: Dt. 8:2-3, 14b-16a; 1 Cor. 10:16-17; Jn 6:51-58
Elisa Therese Cruz
James Daniel Hughes
Daniel Meyers
Jacob Thomas Nelson
Lucia Alejandra Vascisin
Olivia Winter Lago
Congratulations!
Rachel & Glenn Golingay
First Banns:
Binal Shah & Kevin Lippincott
Evalynn Young & Augustus Taduran
Our brothers and sisters need your help!
Have you made your gift/pledge yet?
There’s still time…
We have raised
$97,403 on our parish goal of
$134,810
Please make all checks payable to
"HOUSE OF CHARITY"
“When our goal is realized, a % will be
returned to our Parish.”
Pledge/gift cards are available in both churches.
“You can be a beacon of hope—a light in the darkness.”
Eucharistic Adoration
Thursdays
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Our Lady of Grace Chapel
St. Juan Diego Center
STEWARDSHIP
“Stewardship Love is Unconditional”
“For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son…”
JOHN 3:16A
Is your love conditional? Is there a price others have to pay to
receive your love? Are you the kind of Steward who is generous
with your time, money and possessions? If you give someone
something, do you expect something in return? Do you give your
time freely or do you “fit it in” when it’s convenient for you?
Nativity Council #2976
The Knights delivered 62 lbs. of aluminum tabs to the
Ronald McDonald house in Camden, NJ on June 3.
The council would like to thank
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine community for the
continued support of this activity.
The Knights are presently conducting a Super 50/50
drawing. The winner will receive 50% of all net
proceeds collected. Tickets will be on sale before and
after Masses in the back of the church or
please contact any Knight.
News and Notes
Mrs. Gelen Hernandez al (856) 627-2222 ext. 14
Email: [email protected]
School of Peace
June 23 – July 3
Our Lady of Guadalupe
9:30a.m.~12:30p.m.
Grades K-5
$45.00 ~ Scholarships Available
NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS 2014-2015
What is the School of Peace?
Mrs. Mary Stone, Coordinator (856) 346-1517
Email: [email protected]
The Schools of Peace, as centers throughout the
world are called, offer an environment to support
children in their social and artistic efforts.
Each day the children have a different focus theme
for their time together that includes arts, music,
storytelling, science activities and physical activity.
Campers help to create the snacks of the day which
hopefully encourage them to choose healthy and
locally grown foods.
Every year more than thirty thousand children and
adolescents regularly attend the
Sant'Egidio School of Peace
around the world.
This is our fourth year of celebrating our children at
the School of Peace Camp.
Getting Married?
Pre-Cana marriage preparation class
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine
Friday evening, June 20
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Please call the parish office to reserve a place for
your camper.
Please contact Frank Hanley
at [email protected]
ALL ARE WELCOME!
We send our wishes,
gratitude and blessings as
Msgr. Roger McGrath
continues his
journey as Pastor of
Sts. Peter and Paul Church
Turnersville
Sunday, June 29, 2014 - Mass and fellowship
St. Luke 11:30 a.m.
WE THANK YOU & WILL MISS YOU!
Ellen Henehan, Coordinator
(856) 627-2222
www.guadalupeparishshrine.org
News and Notes
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Parish Children’s Choir
Spring Concert
Today, June 15, 2014
immediately after the
5:00 p.m. Mass at St. Luke
“ Raise your voices, all you works of GOD!”
Free will offering and refreshments
UPDATE ON THE “DEATH WITH DIGNITY BILL”
On Thursday, June 5th, the “Death with Dignity” bill (A2270)
was voted on in committee (Health and Senior Services
Committee). This is a bill that will allow doctors to prescribe a
lethal dose of a drug to a patient who has six months to live – it
is an assisted suicide bill hiding under the cloak of misguided
“compassion.”
June 7– June 8
Basket: $13,415
Online Giving: $1,163
Brazilian Missions: $ 1,321
Upcoming Collections:
June 22: Air Conditioning Expenses
God bless our fathers, grandfathers,
godfathers and paternal guardians!
June 15, 2014
The committee members approved the bill and sent it to the
full assembly and senate to be voted on – to make it law.
There were a few amendments to the bill:
1st – they voted to change the name to
“NJ Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill.”
And 2nd – they voted to take away the referendum on the ballot
which would have allowed us to vote on the bill at the next
election. Most polls taken when this bill was introduced
showed that people of the state overwhelmingly opposed this
bill, so taking away our vote on it is a sign that the bill’s
sponsors were afraid to give it to the voters who would vote it
down.
What can we do?
Please take a few minutes of your time to call or write or email
your state representatives and voice your opposition to this bill.
There are handouts at the doors of the church with the contact
information for representatives in our area and some talking
points about the issue.
Our pro-life contact people in Trenton feel that this bill will be
rushed to a vote before the end of the month, so time is critical.
We only had 3 days’ notice last week before the in-committee
vote, so the sponsors of this bill are on a mission to avoid
opposition and are hurrying along the process of passing
it into law.
Questions – call Mary Ann at 435-1468 or email
[email protected] and I will email you the text of the bill
if you are interested in reading it.

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