Parish Bulletin - Our Lady of Grace

HOBOKEN’S CHURCH OF
OUR LADY OF GRACE
400 Willow Avenue, Hoboken NJ 07030
Chapel in Parish Center at 411 Clinton Street
Phone: 201-659-0369  Fax: 201-659-5833
E-mail: olgrace@optonline.net  www.olghoboken.com
& ST. JOSEPH
61 Monroe Street  Phone & Fax: 201-659-0221
The Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
THE EUCHARIST
Saturday Vigil Mass (OLG)..5:00 PM
Sunday (OLG)……………………9:00 AM, 10:30 AM
……………………………………….12:30 PM (Spanish), 7:30 PM
Sunday (St. Joseph)…….…..10:00 AM (Spanish)
12:00 Noon
DAILY MASS IN CHAPEL
Monday - Friday …………….12:30 PM
Monday - Thursday………….7:00 PM
HOLY DAYS
Chapel Vigil Mass…………….7:00 PM
OLG ……………………………...12:30 PM, 7:30 PM
St. Joseph………………………..7:30 PM (Bi-lingual)
BAPTISM: For registered parishioners: First Sunday of
the month at 2:00 PM in English. Third Sunday of the
month at 2:00 PM in Spanish or at Mass in either
church. Register in advance for the prepara on session
on the last Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM.
MATRIMONY: Registered parishioners contact the
rectory one year before the wedding.
RECONCILIATION: Confessions are heard Saturday from
4:00 to 4:50 PM and by appointment.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Please no fy the rectory for
homebound, hospital and nursing home visits.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: Sacramental prepara on and
religious educa on take place on Sunday morning at
each church. Adults prepare at OLG on Tuesday at
7:30 PM.
November 16, 2014
OFFICE HOURS
OUR LADY OF GRACE
Monday - Friday ……………..…..9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday - Thursday………..…. ..6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Saturday………………………..…..10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
ST. JOSEPH
Monday - Friday………………......9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
BINGO
Saturday: 12:00 PM
PARISH STAFF
Rev. Alexander M. Santora....Pastor
Rev. O. Dani DeLaPena…….….Parochial Vicar
Rev. John A. Mullin, S.J………..Weekend Assistant
Rev. Robert O’Hare, S.J………..Weekend Assistant
Rev. Anthony Azzarto, S.J…….Weekend Assistant
Deacon John Dugger…………...Pastoral Assistant
Megan Moffit……………………...Pastoral Associate
Dr. Merry Naddeo………………..Music Director & Organist
Ann Fabbricatore………….……..Business Manager
Veronica Rosso…………….……..Office Manager
Catherine Hoppmann….……...St. Joseph Manager
Gustavo Barrera………….….…..Facili es Manager
Guido Barrera……………………..Facili es Staff
Leo Parry…………………….……….Bingo Coordinator
Iris Diaz ……………………….....….Rectory Cook/Housekeeper
April Harris………………….……...In Jesus’ Name Chari es
Igna us DePalma………….….…Trustee
Helen A. Cunning………….…….Trustee
HOBOKEN CATHOLIC ACADEMY
Ma hew Mc Grath, Principal (201)-963-9535.
We follow Jesus Christ in the Catholic tradi on of worship, community and service to each other.
PASTOR’S MESSAGE
Remember Bill Harris & Help April Harris for Thanksgiving
Last Monday we buried Bill Harris, the husband of April Harris. April has run In Jesus Name Charities,
housed in our parish center, for 35 years. Bill worked for 25 years as a case manager at St. Lucy’s Shelter
in Jersey City near the Holland Tunnel. Bill became ill about one year ago
and has been on hospice for about two months before he died. He died in
his own home surrounded by April, his son David, and Fr. Carl Arico, a
spiritual director, who preached at his funeral. Those were graced moments. Bill, like April, is a member of the Third Order Franciscans and
lived out that charism faithfully.
We hosted the wake for Bill in our Daily Mass Chapel last Sunday and celebrated his Mass of the Resurrection. I know April was touched by all the
people who visited and especially those who came to the Mass. As I said
at the time, the “Hoboken Helping Community” was present: reps from
Good Counsel, Mustard Seed, In Jesus’ Name, The Promise, The Hoboken Shelter and St. Lucy’s Shelter.
I am grateful to Bernadette Pehrson for baking and hosting the refreshments for the guests who came to the luncheon in our school hall. And our
parish staff: Gustavo and Guido Barrera, Ann Fabbricatore, Catherine
Hoppmann, Megan Moffit, and Veronica Rosso for serving the food and
cleaning up. Merry Naddeo was gracious, as well. So many people commented to me about the warmth they felt in the parish and that is nice to
hear and to share. Eugenia Deile, Irene LaBruzza, and Marge Parry
served the Mass and assisted.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are the busiest times of the year for
April. She can use some help. If you would like to volunteer some
time, call her at 201-792-2112 or e-mail April Harris: ijncharities@optonline.net. Also, please donate some canned or boxed
items of food each Sunday so she can make Thanksgiving food
baskets. Please bring them to the choir room. And to the rectory during the week for the month of November.
We cannot do what April and Bill have done but we can support
them. And especially in the memory of a wonderful servant of God,
Bill Harris.
Peace,
Fr. Alex Santora
PLEASE DONATE TO THE ANNUAL SHELTER COLLECTION
Now is the time for us to do our share to help the Hoboken Homeless Shelter.
Please make a donation during the month of November. A check can be made to our
church or the shelter. You can mail yours directly to the shelter or drop it in the collection with your weekly donation any time this month. Envelopes may be found on
the church tables.
NEW PEOPLE WELCOME AT 2015 FUNFEST MEETING
The 10th annual FunFest will be held the first weekend of June 2015 and Joel Branosky will once again
chair it. There will be a meeting of the Steering Committee on Monday, November 17, 2014, at 7:30 PM in
the OLG Rectory to begin plans and any parishioner who would like to join the group is welcome.
JOIN US FOR THE FIRESIDE CHAT ON WEDNESDAY
We continue our Wednesday evening Fireside Chats sponsored by our young adults and open to all parishioners. Please come to the OLG Rectory at 7:30 PM. This week’s topic is God in Relationships” how can
we better pray together as friends and significant others? Some gather for Mass in the Chapel at 7 PM.
COLLECTION
For the weekend of November 9th \
OLG
St. Joseph
In Church :
$ 4,581.00
$ 982.38
Online /Mail
$ 1,526.00
$
0.00
Total
$ 6,107.00
$ 982.38
Debt Reduction
Assessment
$ 626.00
$ 190.00
Fuel
$ 101.00
$ 13.00
Main. & Rep.
$
10.00
$
3.00
Utilities
$
15.00
$
3.00
We have set $5,000 at OLG and $1,500 at St. Joseph as the goals for us to reach each weekend,
excluding any debt reduction or special collection.
To donate through on-line banking, request
your bank or financial institution, at no charge,
mail to OLG or St. Joseph the amount you request each week or month.
Next week’s second collection is for Maintenance
and Repairs.
2015 MASS BOOKS OPEN
A church tradition invites people to offer a Mass for
a loved one or an intention. This is both for living
and deceased. So you can offer a Mass for the
anniversary of parents, or someone’s birthday, or
the recovery of a sick person. We have living Mass
cards for these intentions. Most people remember
a deceased loved one. Please come to either rectory or mail in your requests.
JOIN THE CHOIRS
If you would like to sing in the choir, please stop by
after Mass and speak with Dr. Merry
Naddeo or just show-up. The adult
choir rehearse Tuesdays at 7 PM.
The choir sings at the 10:30 Sunday
Mass and for special holydays.
The children’s choir ages 4, 5 & 6
will practice Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 3:30 and ages 7 to
12 from 3:30 to 4:15 in the choir
room. Enter church from the ramp side door.
NOVEMBER 50/50 RAFFLE
November tickets are available after Mass. Please
take some to work or home to sell to your coworkers or neighbors. You may also contact Ronnie or Catherine in either parish office and they will
mail you some. Or you can complete the form on
the church tables and we will mail them to you each
month. Proceeds help us to cover Sandy repair
costs not covered by insurance.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
Sr. Antonelle Chunka,
C.S.S.F., the director of The
Promise, welcomes new
Christmas cards and stamps
for the residents at the Hudson County Youth House to
send to their families and
friends. The volunteers meet with the youth regularly. Please bring them to either rectory.
SACRIFICIAL GIVING
Each week, our individual, couple or family contributions sustain our parish. We ask you to reflect
on what you give each week. Please read the
sheets on the church tables and compare what you
give now based on your weekly income. We are
grateful for your presence and whatever you do
and donate.
CHURCH DONATIONS
We are very grateful for any donations we receive.
At the time of a funeral, please check with the pastor, however, before you donate a gift. We have so
many chasubles and stoles yet people continue to
donate them. We have many needs and will accommodate you.
NEW BINGO GAMES
New games at the weekly Saturday Bingo at Noon
have begun. A new schedule of games is offered
with exciting prizes. Games will include: Five Number, Letter T Anyway, 50/50, Progressive, #7, Letter L Anyway, Jackpot, and Big Game. Also featured are great food in our school hall with ample
parking.
THANK YOU
Dorothy VanDecker for the Parish Council hospitality...Gail Beck and Noreen Fitzgerald for preparing
the bulletins...Eugenia
Deile for covering the rectory...Lucille Casulli for the
donations...Steven Devcich
for his donation in memory
of his uncle, Ed
Ryan...Joyce Spengler, proprietor of For Heaven
Sake religious article shop in Spring Lake Heights
for her donation. Stop by when you’re down the
shore. Right off Rt. 71 across from the elementary
school...Mariano Henriquez of Klinger Tire, 77
Leonard St., Jersey City. Their Heights tire shop
and car repair is one of the best in the area.
MASS INTENTIONS
OLG
REMEMBRANCES
CHURCH:
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17
St. Elizabeth of Hungary
12:30 P.M.
Fulvio Guidici
7:00 P.M.
Maureen Nisler
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18
The Dedication of the Basilicas of Ss. Peter
and Paul and St. Rose Philippine Duchesne
12:30 P.M.
Patrick Caufield
7:00 P.M.
Ralph Fabiano
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19
12:30 P.M.
Patrick Caufield
7:00 P.M.
Thomas Donnelly
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20
12:30 P.M.
Joseph Walsh
7:00 P.M.
Anthony Truchan
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21
The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
12:30 P.M.
Deceased members of the
De Stefano and Albruno Families
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22
St. Cecilia
5:00 P.M.
Deceased members of the Carey
Family
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
9:00 A.M.
Pro Populo
10:30 A.M.
Martha (Sissy) De Marco
12:30 P.M.
Aurelia Cardenas
7:30 P.M
Maureen Nisler
ST. JOSEPH
10:00 A.M.
Jose Roig
12:00 Noon Catherine Nisler
DECEASED
William Harris, Sr. Mary Fattorusso,
M.P.F., Rosa Faderico, Reverend
Thomas M. Foye, Staff Sgt. Amilcar
H. Gonzalez, Maj. Ronald W. Culver
Jr., Pfc. Alvaro R. Regalado
Sessarego, Pvt. Francisco J.
Guardado-Ramirez, Sgt. Steve M. Theobald,
Spc. William C. Yauch, Sgt. Israel P. Obryan,
Spc. Christopher W. Opat, Capt. Michael P.
Cassidy, Spc. Jacob P. Dohrenwend.
Each week we pray for ten U.S. military who lost their lives in Iraq
since 2003. These died in 2010.
Bread and Wine are in loving
memory of Patrick Caufield
from Carol Anne Wilson.
Sanctuary Lamp is in loving
memory of Antonia Nesi, Nick
Knezich and Fulvio Giudici
from Anna Giudici and Family.
The Holy Family Lights are in
memory of Fr. Thomas M.
Foye, Retired Parochial Vicar,
Saint Henry’s, Bayonne.
CHAPEL:
Sanctuary Lamp is in loving memory of Joseph
Walsh from Veronica Walsh.
Bread and Wine are in loving memory of Ben John
Cohan, father of Fr. Dennis J. Cohan.
ST. JOSEPH:
Altar Bread and Wine are in loving memory of
Rev. Michael C. Duggan.
Altar Candles are in loving memory of Rev. Luis
Senez.
PRAYER NEEDS
FOR THE SICK: Maria Marin, Tom Parry, Jesse
Shaw, Elizabeth Donnelly Klein, Alicia Saribalis,
Eusebia Serrano, José Sanchez.
SPECIAL INTENTION: Robert Vicidomine
CHILDREN’S PAGEANT
There will be a Christmas Pageant at the Family
Mass on Sunday, December 21st at 10:30am.
Registration for Children to be in the Christmas
Pageant is open to all children grades Kindergarten through 3rd. The next two rehearsal are on
Nov. 17th and Dec. 15th from 3:15pm to 4:00pm
in OLG Choir Room. Please contact Megan Moffit
to register your child at (201) 659-0369 or e-mail
at olgrace@optonline.net.
MULTINATIONAL CONCERT
On Sunday, November 23, the Archdiocese of
Newark will celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the
King with a Vespers Service and Multicultural
Concert to be held beginning at 3 p.m. at St.
Aedan's, the Church of St. Peter's University, at
800 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City. Following prayers, at least six choirs reflecting the cultural diversity of our Archdiocese will entertain participants.
A reception at Hudson Catholic High School (next
door to St. Aedan's), will follow.
IGLESIA DE NRA.. SRA. DE LA
GRACIA Y SAN JOSÉ
Teléfono: (201)659-0221
Eucaristia Dominical
San José, 10:00 AM, (Spanish)
and 12:00 noon OLG 12:30 PM
Misa de Guardar
San José Misa Bilingüe 7:00 PM
Bautismo
Bautizamos el tercer +Domingo
del mes a las 2:00 PM en OLG o
durante la misa dominical en cada
iglesia.
Matrimonio
Feligreses registrados tienen que
Presentarse un ańo antes de la
Boda
Reconciliación
Confesiones cada Sábado en OLG
4:00 PM—4:50 PM y por cita.
Unción de los Enfermos
Llamar la casa parroquial para visitas a las casas y hospitals.
Exposición y Adoración.
7:00 PM—9:00 PM
Desde Marzo hasta Octubre
MENSAJE SEMANAL
La fe no mantiene protegido e íntegro a nuestro
mundo, pero infunde en nosotros una fortaleza paciente por la cual nuestra vida se salvará, como nos
recuerda el Evangelio. Amén.
HORARIO MENSUAL
Comunión en Marion Tower: diciembre 5 (6PM)
Las Damas de María: noviembre 20 (7:30 PM)
Divino Nino: noviembre 21 ( 7:00 PM)
Las Madres Cristianas: noviembre 21 (8:00 PM)
VIAJE: MT AIRY CASINO
Habrá un viaje en autobús a Mt Airy
Casino en Pocono el 22 de
noviembre, sabado. $30 por persona. El casino le da $25 y $10 para
comida. El autobús sale a las 10 AM
en OLG y 10:15 AM en San José.
REUNIÓN: LECTORES
Es obligatorio para todos los lectores de OLG y SAN
JOSÉ de asistir a la reunión con el representante
diocesana el 6 de diciembre 2014, a las 2:00 PM
hasta a las 4:00 PM en la IGLESIA DE SAN JOSE
tambienEl seňor Jose Planas dirigirá la reunion. Por
favor de venir a la reunión para mostrar también su
respeto a los demás miembros.
LIMPIEZA DE LA IGLESIA
Necesitamos voluntarios para limpiar la iglesia de San
José el 6 de diciembre de 10:00 AM y necesitamos gente
para preparer el sótano para la fiesta de Navidad
ST. JOE’S FUNDRAISING
Flea Market $214, and Coffee $64.
LA RIFA 50/50
Próximo sorteo – 24 de noviembre del 2014, 7:30 pm.
Educación Religiosa
Preparación y educación religiosa
cada Domingo en cada lugar.
Adultos se preparan en OLG cada
Martes a las 7:30 PM
Circulo de Oración
Todos los Miércoles del mes a las
7:00 PM en San José.
Misa del Divino Nińo
El Tercer Vienes de cada Mess a
las 7:00 PM en San José.
Con la reunion de las Madres
Cristianas despues de la Misa
LECTURAS SEMANALES
Español
11/17 Apocalipsis
Lucas
11/18 Apocalipsis
English
Revelation
Luke
Revelation
Lucas
Apocalipsis
Lucas
Apocalipsis
Lucas
Apocalipsis
Lucas
Apocalipsis
Lucas
Ezequiel
Luke
Revelation
Luke
Revelation
Luke
Revelation
Luke
Revelation
Luke
Ezekiel
Mateo
Matthew
11/19
11/20
11/21
11/22
11/23
1:1-4; 2:1-5
18:35-43
3:1-6,
14-22
19:1-10
4:1-11
19:11-28
5:1-10
9:41-44
10:8-11
19:45-48
11:4-12
20:27-40
34:11-12,
15-17
25:31-46
CHURCH CLEANING
We need volunteers on Saturday, Dec. 6th
10am - 1pm to help clean St. Joseph Church
and to set up the basement of the church for
Christmas Party .
FOOD FOR THE NEEDY
We are collecting non-perishable food for needy
families in our St. Joseph community. This food
will be given along with turkeys to these families
for their Thanksgiving meals.
RETIRO DE ADVIENTO
Habra Retiro de Adviento el 29 de noviembre
en San Jose, sabado, de 10:00 AM hasta 4:00
PM. El prediicador sera Nestor Bello de New
York.
COLECTA DE COMIDA
Estaremos recogiendo comida para repartir a
algunas familias pobres de nuestra comunidad.
St. Dymphna of Gheel
Many people know St. Dymphna of Gheel as the patroness of people struggling with mental illness. Few seem to know her background or why she is named such.
There are various legends surrounding the story of Dymphna, but
the core narrative is this: She was the daughter of a pagan chieftain in Ireland in the 7th Century. Her mother, who had been a
Christian and had baptized Dymphna, died when her daughter was
14. Her father was devastated and had a long period of protracted
grief. After a fruitless search for a second wife, his attention fell on
Dymphna. Her resemblance to his beloved dead wife, coupled with
his emotional and mental struggle after his wife’s death, drove him
to entreat her to marry him herself. Horrified, Dymphna fled with
her confessor, an elderly priest by the name of Gerebran, to the city of Gheel in Belgium.
Unfortunately, her father pursued her and found her. His men murdered Gerebran and
then, when Dymphna refused to go with him, he beheaded her.
Dymphna’s refusal to participate in this incestuous relationship led to her martyrdom. She
has been named patroness of people with mental and emotional difficulties – not only because of the toll that her father’s mental illness took on her family but because of her own
emotional and mental anguish.
Dymphna was buried in Gheel. When her body was discovered in the 13th century, cures
and miracles were being attributed to her, especially for people with epilepsy and people
with mental illness.
But the most outstanding miracle is one that began centuries ago and still continues to this
day. In the 13th century, an institution was built in Gheel where people with mental illness
are admitted for a short time. Following the initial treatment, these patients are then placed
with families in the village with whom they live and work side by side. The patients receive
treatment without formality and gain greatly by the normal lifestyle offered to them by the
villagers. The villagers see them as a part of their lives and have for centuries.
In the context of institutionalization, deinstitutionalization, and reinstitutionalization (in prisons) in our country, this truly is miraculous. All of this is attributed to a simple young princess who lost her life in defense of doing the right thing. St. Dymphna is a legend and a
model and has left a legacy for care and treatment of people with mental illness that defies
the “wisdom” and sophistication of our own time.
Prayer: Wise and diligent St. Dymphna, you found yourself in peril in your young life having
suffered the death of your dear mother and the wrath of your father. Orphaned and in flight
you took shelter in the wings of your heavenly father. Under your protection and care,
many people who have born the cross of mental illness have been consoled and nurtured
toward better health and healing. Look kindly on the needs of all who struggle today with
mental and emotional problems. Be their staff of stability and security in the winds and
storms that assail them. Help them to know and understand that nothing can separate
them from the love of God that comes through Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Amen.
Hoboken Shelter seeks volunteers for
Thanksgiving
Hoboken Now file photo The Hoboken Shelter, shown above, is still looking for volunteers this Thanksgiving.
Hundreds of volunteers are expected to help out at The Hoboken Shelter this
Thanksgiving Day, according to Executive Director Jaclyn Cherubini, and you
could be one of them.
Cherubini is still accepting requests from volunteers from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday who are willing to help prepare and serve meals, sort food and
clothing donations, play board games and socialize with guests and assist
with newsletter mailing.
Here's the schedule of events:
2 p.m. - Thanksgiving Lunch
3 p.m. - Art & Creative Writing Show where shelter guests will display their work
5 p.m. - Movie
7:30 p.m. - Thanksgiving Dinner
Can't make it Thursday? The following items are also needed for the shelter's many
homeless and hungry guests:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Hot and cold cups
Paper/plastic plates, cups and bowls
Napkins
Plastic utensils
Toilet paper
Laundry/dish detergent
Garbage bags
Postage stamps
09.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Milk
Coffee
Sugar
Cereal
Juice
Razors
Socks
Underpants
To sign up to volunteer, call Jaclyn Cherubini at (201) 656-5069. Donated items
may be dropped off at the shelter at 300 Bloomfield Street.
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