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February 1, 2015
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
We are called to Share God’s Blessings.
The community of believers was of one heart and mind, and no one
claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they had everything
in common. With great power the apostles bore witness to the
resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and great favor was accorded them all.
– Acts of the Apostles 4.32-33
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Community of Saint Helen
1600 Rahway Avenue
Westfield, New Jersey 07090-3615
Office 908-232-1214
Fax 908-317-5459
Website: www.sainthelen.org
Pastoral Ministry
Rev. Michael A. Saporito Ext. 120..............................Pastor
Rev. Frank J. Fano Ext. 122.........................Parochial Vicar
Rev. George Klybus Ext. 121.......................Parochial Vicar
Rev. Msgr. James A. Burke .....………........Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Msgr. William C. Harms…….......…...Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Mr. Jack Lynch Ext. 124................Permanent Deacon
Marilyn Ryan Ext. 113..……..….............Pastoral Associate
Religious Education
Mrs. Kathy Dulan Ext. 110...…...…………Elementary K-5
Mr. Mike Fusco Ext. 103....................……...Middle School
and H.S. Confirmation Program
Youth Ministry
Patti Gardner Ext. 115.….......High School Youth Minister
Music Ministry
Cindy Brogan Ext. 119.................................Music Minister
Inter-Parochial School 908-233-0484
Sister Maureen Fichner, SSJ…….....…...…..……..Principal
Mrs. Leslie Lewis….Early Childhood Director (Pre-K & K)
Counseling Program
Liz Migneco, L.C.S.W. Ext. 105………....….....Counselor
Michael McMahon, L.C.S.W. Ext. 105...……….Counselor
Trustees
Mrs. Helen Guididas……….……………….…….....Trustee
Mr. John Sheehan…….…….....………………..…...Trustee
Pastoral Council
Mrs. Claudia Andreski……...……..……...…..….. President
Celebration of the Eucharist
The Lord's Day
Saturday - 5:30 PM
Sunday - 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 AM, 12:30, 6:30 PM
Weekday Masses
Monday through Friday - 7:30 (except Summer) and 9:00 AM
Saturday - 9:00 AM
Holy Day - As announced in the bulletin
Reconciliation
Saturday - 4:30- 5:00 PM or by appointment
Parish Library
The Library is open whenever Burke Hall is open.
Prayer Network
908-232-1214, ext 109
Please leave a message.
From the Pastor
Sharing God’s Blessings Annual Appeal
This weekend, we are inviting you to share your blessings
with Catholic communities and ministries of the
Archdiocese of Newark. Our Annual Appeal is one way we
can share with other Catholic communities. Let’s tell them
we care by offering a gift, any gift of any size, by making a
pledge to the Annual Appeal. Below is a summary of the
Appeal and its mission. I have made my pledge, will you?
Who does the Annual Appeal serve?
Seminarian Education & Formation: The Archdiocese of
Newark is blessed with three seminaries in the Archdiocese
of Newark that educate and train our future priests. These
seminaries are currently educating and forming over 125
men for the priesthood. In several recent years, the
Archdiocese of Newark has ordained more men to the
priesthood than any diocese in the United States.
Priest Retirement and Health Care Costs: After dedicating
their lives to the Church, many retired priests continue to
serve local parishes. We currently care for and serve over
200 retired priests who have faithfully served our local
Church. The Annual Appeal helps to supplement the
increasing healthcare costs for our retired priests as well as
provide
funding
for
two
retirement
homes.
Catholic Charities: Each year Catholic Charities of the
Archdiocese of Newark helps more than 80,000 individuals
with food, clothing, shelter, special education and social
programs from sites around the four counties we serve. This
includes the 52,000 people served through its Emergency
Food and Nutrition Food Pantry Network and nearly 6,000
people who were placed in temporary residences while they
found jobs and were able to get back on their feet.
Campus Ministry: Campus Ministers are based at 10
different college campuses throughout the Archdiocese and
are charged with the task of bringing our Faith to thousands
of college aged students. These campus ministers help to
engage young people in their Faith and bring others to the
Catholic Faith through retreats, special events, and the Rite
of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Youth Ministry: CYO provides young people with the
opportunity to attend retreats, increase their knowledge of
the Catholic Faith, and participate in a wide variety of sports
and recreation programs, both summer and year-round.
Summer Youth Service Trip – July 19-24
There are still several spaces available for any teenager in
grades 9-12 who are interested in attending Catholic Heart
Work Camp, (CHWC) in Roanoke, Virginia this summer.
Since the camp begins making its plans well in advance,
youth intending to go on this trip must make a commitment
now. If you are interested in attending, please see our web
site and click on the side tab: High School Youth Ministry
for more details or contact our youth minister, Patti Gardner,
as soon as possible.
There is also a need for adults to chaperone and participate
at the camp this summer. CHWC requires a specified ratio
of adult to youth participants. If we do not obtain enough
adult support, we will be forced to reduce our number of
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From the Pastor cont.
participants. Interested adults may check out the same tab as
our teens and take a look at the adult guide pages. Please
consider serving through this great opportunity!
Oremus (Let us Pray) Begins Next Week
Our parish-wide, small group series devoted to developing a
personal prayer life begins next week. This eight week
study, just slightly more than the Season of Lent, will begin
the second week of February. Once again, this study will
encourage us to stretch ourselves to not only learn about
prayer but to do it. A workbook with reflections for every
day, as well as a discussion guide for your group, goes to
each participant. Having a personal prayer life is important
for every believer in Christ, not just for the ordained or
religious professionals. Yet, many of us have never been
taught any techniques for prayer or even what to do besides
some memorized prayers from our youth or devotions we
might enjoy. This small group time will be a chance to grow
that prayer life in a much deeper way. Any group of people
can decide to meet together to take part in this study. Groups
should contain a minimum of three people and a maximum
of ten for best results. Simply go to our website and click on
the Oremus banner at the top, and you can sign up as both as
a host or participant. If you don’t have a group and would
like to join a small group, just sign up as a participant and
our team will work on providing you a group to join. Sign
up now!
In God’s Peace and Love,
Fr. Michael
Eucharistic Adoration Friday Night
Come, join us Friday evening, February 6, from 7:30
to 8:30 in the church and allow yourself an hour of
peace and serenity in the company of our Lord. Feel
the comfort his love in the Eucharist and listen to what
he has to say to you.
Lenten Prayer Time on Wednesdays
On Wednesdays evenings during Lent there will be a
one-hour prayer time in the church for all the
parishioners of St. Helen. It will begin February 25
from 7:30 to 8:30 pm and can be a special time for
members of the Oremus small groups of Lent. It will
be a quiet and prayerful time with the Blessed
Sacrament. Oremus participants can fill in daily
journals or experience a time of prayer as presented
that week in Oremus. A priest will also be available
for confession. Please encourage your members to
attend.
2016 MASS BOOK
The Mass Book for the year 2016 will open on
Tuesday, February 10. You may stop by the Parish
Center at 9:30 am beginning February 10.
Special Mass Time February 1, 2015 ONLY
As we did last year, we will offer the Sunday evening Mass
on Sunday, February 1, at 4 pm FOR THIS DAY ONLY,
instead of at 6:30 pm.
Blue Horizons Senior Women's Group
The Blue Horizons Senior Women's Group will be meeting
on Friday, February 6, at 12 noon in Meaney Hall. We will
have a speaker on the topic of “Arthritis and Its Pain
Management” followed by a fun Bingo game. New
members are always welcome. Refreshments will be served.
Thank You from Fr. Frank
As many of you know, I lost my grandmother, Terri
Balesterri, to cancer on Dec. 20. Three weeks later, we
lost her husband, Ernie DeBlasis, who was a grandfather
to me all my life. It was a tough time for my family. But
because of our faith and such amazing support from
family and friends, we have a hope not born of this
world, but a hope born from our faith in Christ: a hope
that never disappoints. We have this unshakable
confidence that they are both at rest with the Father. So I
want to thank all of you for your prayers, handwritten
notes, e-mails, Mass Cards, financial donations
to Helping Hands and Hearts in my grandmother’s
memory, and of course, just for being you. I haven’t been
able to personally respond to each of you, since the
outpouring of support was so huge! But please know that
I treasure your love, care and friendship. Always.
Always. Always.
In Christ,
Fr. Frank
Welcome to our Parish!
I am interested in renewing my faith as a Catholic
I am interested in becoming a Catholic
I am interested in becoming involved in my Parish
Please pray for _____________________________
Other ____________________________________
Please include your contact information below:
Name: ______________________________________
Address: ____________________________________
Phone Nos: __________________________________
E-Mail: _____________________________________
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Women’s Cornerstone
... Calling all women of our Parish and/or your friends to
join us for the upcoming Women's Cornerstone Retreat:
February 27-28…. 26 hours to spend with ordinary
women like you sharing their faith through personal story
to bring hope, encouragement and inspiration as you
journey in your life. If you've not attended this Retreat
before, maybe you are feeling the "nudge" to participate
this year. If you've already been on this Retreat and
would like to experience it again, we would love to have
you. Either way, we eagerly await your "yes"! Sign up
online at www.sainthelen.org under Cornerstone tab. You
may also pick up a brochure at the back of the church or
in the Parish Center.
Men’s Cornerstone 26
The men of Cornerstone XXVI would like to invite you
to put the 26-hour Cornerstone weekend on your “must
do” list. It is a perfect chance to step back and rethink
and recharge.
The long-term benefits can be
remarkable. The weekend is March 6-7. See St.
Helen's website www.sainthelen.org for registration
info, contact Ellen Murphy at 908.322.3411, or e-mail
[email protected] Cornerstone 26 - is really
Cornerstone 25 + 1 and you are the ONE.
Cornerstone Help Needed
The Cornerstone 26 Men's Team is looking for alums
and volunteers to help out the Kitchen Team on retreat
weekend, Friday night and/or Saturday, March 6 - 7.
Come out to support the retreat and join in the
kitchen camaraderie. No experience necessary; will
train. Email your name and contact information to Jack
Sheehan at [email protected]
DEAR VISITORS:
If there is something that we, as a Parish,
can do to assist you in your faith journey,
please let us know. Fill out the reverse
side of this form, tear it off, and place it in
the offering basket or give it to an usher.
A staff person will contact you this week.
Thank you for attending our Parish.
Your Staff at Saint Helen’s
How can we help?
If you are attending our church for the
first time, be sure to stop by the Parish
Center and pick up a copy of our Parish
Ministry Book.
“To everything there is a season,
and a time to every purpose under Heaven.”
Ecclesiastes 3:1
A Time to Be Baptized
Brynlie Anne Boran
James Thomas Brennan
Santino Francis Cerullo
Giorgio Francis Cerullo
Logan Alexander Fuentes
Preston Graham Lubenow
Thomas James Whelan
Welcome to our newly baptized
and congratulations to their proud parents!
Caregivers’ Support Group
A support group for those caring for elderly or chronically ill
loved ones meets on the first non-holiday Monday of each
month at 7:30 pm. These are information and sharing
sessions. For more information, please call Marilyn Ryan at
908-232-1214. The next meeting will be on Monday,
February 2.
Twelve: A Support Group
A support group for those impacted by a loved one
abusing alcohol or drugs meets weekly on Monday
evenings at the Parish Center from 7:30 - 9:00 pm.
Any questions call 908-232-1189. Confidentiality
respected.
Catholic Men’s Conference:
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Seton Hall University
This year’s theme is “Be Not Afraid: He is With Us!”
Speakers for the English track will be Thomas
Peterson, Tim Staples and Damon Owens. Spanish
track speakers will be Rev. David Vargas, Rev. Sergio
Valverde and Mr. Roberto Ramirez. We will also
feature our Young Adult track for the second year in a
row. The day begins with registration at 8:30 am and
ends at 4:00 pm. Registration is $25 for adults, $15
for college students (18-22) and $20 for senior citizens
(65+). Priests and religious are free. The day includes
continental breakfast and lunch. For registration please
visit www.rcanmenscommission.org or contact Bob
Albino [email protected] , 908 654-9458.
Mark Your Calendar
3rd Annual Women’s Day of Reflection
Saturday, April 11 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Theme: The Women Followers of Christ
Details to follow.
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Parish Mission Statement
OREMUS Small Group Lenten Campaign 2015!
The Parish Community of St. Helen is a Roman Catholic Church
dedicated to
Saint Helen Lenten Faith Sharing Program, designed to
teach you the essentials of a fruitful prayer life,
“Oremus” beautifully presents a uniquely Catholic
approach to having an authentic conversation with God.
To help us prepare for this Lenten experience please
sign up early to be a participant or host. Hosting
requires:
Have an open heart for people.
Open your home.
Serve some coffee.
Tell your friends.
Oremus (Latin for LET US PRAY) will begin the
week of February 8, 2015 and end Easter week. To get
your Journals on time, we would like to see as many
parishioners sign up as possible. This is the one
program you do not want to miss. SIGN UP TODAY!
For information and to register as a Host or Participant
please visit www.sainthelen.org and click on Oremus.
Worshipping God
by sharing the saving message of Jesus Christ
Serving Others
by supporting, comforting and assisting those in need
Making Disciples
by fostering the spiritual growth of all its people
STRATEGY
St. Helen’s Church has the most registered families in its history,
yet currently, we report a pattern of lower Mass attendance.
• Our strategy is to make Church matter to our parishioners.
• Central to our plan is making Sunday Eucharist the source and
summit of our faith community as envisioned by the Second Vatican
Council.
• We commit ourselves to providing a weekend message that is
relevant and well-prepared.
• We commit ourselves to music that inspires the hearts of those
who join us while encouraging active participation among all.
• We commit ourselves to the children of our parish by inviting them
to age appropriate experiences of faith formation.
• We commit ourselves to reaching out to inactive parishioners,
encouraging those who attend Mass to engage in ministry and
spiritual growth, and challenging dedicated disciples to invite
newcomers to our community.
VALUES
• As a Roman Catholic faith community, we are shaped by both
God’s Word and our Sacred Traditions as handed on to the
successors of the Apostles.
• The Eucharist and the Sacraments are central to our faith. We
value ongoing conversion to Jesus Christ.
Daily prayer, scripture readings, small group participation and
ministry are the desired goal of all our members. We aim to make
disciples.
• We believe that service to others flows from our call to
discipleship. We believe in serving those in our parish community,
in our surrounding area, as well as those in special need in our
country and in the world.
• We believe in a missionary spirit.
• We have a special place for those that are searching for a
Catholic faith community where they will find a warm welcome,
personal pastoral care, and faith development opportunities that are
of high quality. We love seekers.
Annual Blood Drive
Our annual Blood Drive will take place in the Parish
Center on Sunday, March 1, from 8 am to 1:30 pm.
If today you hear his voice,
harden not your hearts.
A Big Surprise at Christmas – A New Church Organ
We have known for some time, particularly during rain
storms, that our church organ did not properly function. Parts
for it were increasingly hard to find and the repair person told
us that one day we would go to turn it on and it simply would
stop working. When we priced a new one, we found organs
to be quite expensive; we decided to take our chances.
Since we had inquired about an organ from a dealer, they
were aware of our situation; and in early December, we were
given an opportunity we could not refuse. An organ was
made for another client whose financing became
troublesome. We were offered the organ at half the price of
what we had been looking for, totally installed, if we took
delivery by Christmas. Even then, we did not have the cash
reserve to purchase the organ.
Two days later, and totally unexpectedly, the parish
received an extremely generous gift that provided a
significant down payment for the organ. We decided to
purchase the organ and it was installed the second week in
December. Isn’t that incredible?
We have three payments left to complete the purchase of
the organ. We are seeking to raise $38,000. If you are
interested in offering a restricted gift for this purpose, simply
write out a check to St. Helen Parish, clearly mark the check
memo “church organ”, and send it to the parish office. A
special thank you is being planned for all contributors. Thank
you for your generosity!
Prayer Shawl Ministry
This Ministry knits and crochets shawls, tangible signs of
God's comfort and peace and a source of healing, hope and
courage for those in need. We would love to have you join
us. We will meet Monday, February 2 at 9:30 am in the
Parish Center Library. Questions? E-mail Lori Gewirtz at
[email protected] or call 908-322-8140.
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Children's Books Needed for Confirmation Project
I am collecting gently used children's books for Westminster
Preschool in Fanwood for Nursery & Preschool children.
There will be a box labeled "Books for Westminster
Preschool" in the Parish Center until February 15.
Thank you for your support with my Confirmation Service
Project. Shannon McDermott
HTIS News
-The grandparents, special guests, parents, staff and students
ended Catholic Schools Week with a wonderful
Grandparents Day celebration. In the evening, the children
showcased their many talents at the HTIS Talent Show. All
were pleasantly surprised by the dancing of the
Mountainside staff during their skit!
-The Holy Trinity Interparochial School Chess Team
finished in 2nd place in the Novice II section at Princeton
Day School’s Chess Tournament in Princeton, NJ. The
Team is continuing to prepare for the NJ State Elementary
Championships on February 22nd. Representing HTIS at
PDS were: Sebastian Cortes, Hannah Cumming, Alex
Cumming, Angelika Demetrick, Ryan Berg Thies, Alec
Touhey.
- Several students from HTIS participated in the 28th annual
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Interfaith
Commemoration Service. Catherine McGovern (Grade 6)
and Olivia Keating (Grade 8) received a Certificate of
Achievement Honorable Mention for Poetry and Art. Way
to go!!!
-The third graders have become tour guides! After studying
about our nation’s capital, they designed informative DC
brochures filled with famous monuments, memorials, and
places of interest.
-We are now taking new registrations for all grades for the
2015-16 school year. Please call (908) 233-1899 to set up
your tour or for further information about Full Day
Kindergarten and Pre-K. The HTIS Mountainside Campus
provides the youngest in our Catholic community with an
age-appropriate education anchored in a faith based
program. Please call (908) 233-0484 for information about
grades K through 8 at the Westfield Campus.
Your Parish Library News
St. Helen’s is offering many wonderful programs January
through March. Discovering Christ, the Cornerstones and
Oremus give us the opportunity to enhance our spiritual
journey. A visit to your parish library can provide books,
DVD’s and magazines to add to the experience. Books on
spirituality, devotional literature, church history,
biographies and old and new testament are available. All
books and DVD’s may be taken out for four weeks, but we
ask that magazines and reference volumes remain in the
library. The library is very user-friendly and we invite you
to stop by and browse and borrow.
If you can’t feed a hundred people, feed just one.
Youth Ministry News Grades 9 - 12
Patti 232–1214 ext 115
[email protected]
Shelter
For our weekly Tuesday visits to the Ozanum Catholic Charities
Shelter in Edison, please be sure to sign-up in the Shelter Book that
is located at the front desk. Permission slips are located in the back,
once filled out it will be good for the entire school year.
February Info and all info going forward can be found on-line
www.sainthelen.org under Youth Ministry!
Sophomore Retreat
Registration for the Sophomore Retreat has begun! This year the
retreat will be held at the Archdiocesan Youth Center, Kearny, on
Saturday 2/21 - Sunday 2/22. All info can be found on-line. You
may print out form and return or stop by the YM Office to register.
Sophomores don't miss this great, fun, spiritual event!!
Adult Help Needed on the Sophomore Retreat:
If you are interested in helping out as an adult on the sophomore
retreat as we explore with them their " Wonder Years", we would
love to have you! The retreat overnight Saturday 2/21 leaving St.
Helen's at 8 AM and returning on Sunday 2/22 by noon. The retreat
this year is being held at the Archdiocesan Youth Center in Kearny.
Please call or stop by the YM Office if you can help. Thank You
Jr/Sr Retreat Registration has begun!
This year the Jr/Sr Retreat is once again being held on the beach in
LBI at Maris Stella Retreat House. Permission Slips can be found on
our website under Youth Ministry. You do not have to be a peer
minister to participate! All are welcome :)
Ash Wednesday Prayer Service(s)
15 minute prayer services will be held in the Youth Room on Ash
Wednesday, February 18 at 4:30 pm, 7:15 pm, 7:45 pm and 8:15
pm! All Youth are invited and welcome to attend.
Passion Play Casting:
Casting for our Annual Passion Drama that is portrayed at all
Masses on Palm Sunday Weekend, will be held in the Youth Room
at 6 PM on February 22nd. You do not need any acting experience,
there are speaking and non speaking roles. Rehearsals will be held
in the church after 6 :30 Mass until 9 PM, the Sundays during Lent.
One year later....this time last year we helped a family move from to
shelter that we visit on Tuesday to a house in Westfield that
the parish is renting for them. Both parents have been employed for
a year and they are now able to pay almost all of the rent on their
own, although it is a bit of a struggle with six children We still
continue to help them every month with the rent, food donations
from the people of our parish, and our youth continue to babysit the
children during the week after school. Thank You for all of your
prayers and support to help our youth help this family! Please
continue to prayer for them.
Bulletin Submissions
Items for the Sunday Bulletin can be e-mailed to
[email protected] Please use the word
“Bulletin” on the subject line.
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PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
The Parish Community of St. Helen is a Roman Catholic
Church dedicated to:
Worshipping God
by sharing the saving message of Jesus Christ
Serving Others
by supporting, comforting and assisting those in need
Making Disciples
by fostering the spiritual growth of all its people
ALL ARE WELCOME
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We are happy you are here…. and want you to stay.
 We would like to share our faith with you.
 If you are alienated or upset, we welcome you
lovingly.
 If you are in need of forgiveness, Jesus forgives you
completely – with unconditional love.
 If you have been hurt by the Church, we are truly
sorry.
 If you are angry, Jesus offers you peace.
 If life has become burdensome, we are here to
support you.
 Join us each week so we can worship God together.
Infant Baptism: Celebrations are held two Sundays a
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1 Corinthians 9: 16-19, 22-23
Mark 1: 29-39
Please pray for those who are sick:
Joanne Arena, Patricia Baran, Tom Black, Terry
Blanchard, Linda Brinkmann, Mary Campion, Dorothy
Chesnok, Gene Corcoran, Adrian Corriette, Jemma
Corriette, Dolores Courtney, Kevin Jack Daly, Will
DeGregorio, Edward Dowling, Barbara Drescher, Larry
and Marie Fama, Mary Flood, Richard Gagńe,
Matthew Garretto, Vincenza Gialluisi, Baby Juliette
Gismondi, Brendan Glynn, Dawn Goldberg, Andrea
Gordon, Helen Greenberg, Steve Greenberg, Norman
Heim, Tom Hogan, Alexis Homer, Lenore Huff,
Stephen Huff, Carol Hughes, Vincent Johnson, Dan
Kelly, Barbara Kemps, Elaine Leporiere, Judy Lonseth,
Audrey Lutz, Sal Macaluso, Melissa Mansfield, Cara
Mayberry, Jean McCarthy, Hank McFarlin, Joanne
Mulholland, Teresa O’Keefe, Domenica Paparatto,
Lucy Paiva, Anne Petrusko, Susan Phillips, Marie
Picinnini, Dan Pugliese, Marion Rabbitt, Brian Raszka,
Carmen Riera, Jose Riera, Nancy Robinson, Arlene
Rutenbeck, Craig Rutkowski, Michael Ryan, Rusty
Ryan, Margaret Schnitzer, Kathleen Schulman, Roz
Sica, Jeff Smith, Helen Splitt, Margaret Strand, Ella
Tatreau, Karen Goski Vitale, Virginia Waters, Patti
Williams, Vivian Wilson, Ted Wirkowski, Debra
Wisniewski, Ashley Wodhanil, Grace Wolak, Gertrude
Wood, their caregivers and all in need of our prayers.
Stewardship of Treasure
“Give and gifts will be given to you...the measure with which
you measure will in turn be measured out to you.”
Luke 6:38
Offertory Collection
Budget Amount
Collection
Weekly on-line Giving
Donations Mailed In
Surplus/(Deficit)
5% Outreach
Year to Date
Budget
Actual
Surplus/(Deficit)
1/18/15
$ 26,250.00
$ 13,881.00
$ 8,693.00
$ 1,613.00
$ (2,063.00)
$ 1,209.35
$ 727,500.00
$ 753.247.97
$ 25,747.97
Christmas collection to date: $129,423.00
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MASS INTENTIONS 
Friday, February 6
Monday, February 2
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
Donna Peterson
Licia Wood
Saturday, February 7
9:00 AM
5:30 PM
Tuesday, February 3
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
Effie Lobo
Bernie Gewirtz
8:00 AM
9:30 AM
11:00 AM
12:30 PM
6:30 PM
People of the Parish
Betty Mollica
Thursday, February 5
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
Kevin Queenan

Monday, February 2
9:30 AM
Prayer Shawl Ministry
3:30 PM
Religious Education
5:00 PM
Basketball
7:30 PM
Twelve Meeting
7:30 PM
Caregivers Support
Lib
MH
Gym
Lib
101
Tuesday, February 3
3:30 PM
Religious Education
7:30 PM
Discovering Christ
7:30 PM
RCIA
MH
MH
101
Wednesday, February 4
10:00 AM
Making Music Praying Twice
3:30 PM
Religious Education
5:00 PM
Basketball
7:00 PM
Protecting God's Children
7:30 PM
Pastoral Council
103
MH
Gym
103
BH
Thursday, February 5
3:30 PM
Religious Education
4:00 PM
Hummingbird Rehearsal
5:00 PM
Basketball
MH
CH
Gym
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Ministers
of the
Eucharist
Altar
Servers
Centering Prayer
Choir Rehearsal
1st Communion Retreat Meeting
Soph Retreat Team Meeting
Lib
CH
103
YR
Friday, February 6
12:00 N
Blue Horizons Senior Women
5:00 PM
Basketball
7:30 PM
Holy Hour
103
Gym
CH
Saturday, February 7
9:00 AM
Basketball
10:00 AM
9th Gr Poverty Workshop
12:00 N
Pre-Cana
5:00 PM
Basketball
Gym
103
103
Gym
Sunday, February 8
9:00 AM
Religious Education
9:10 AM
Kids Corner
2:00 PM
Baptism Celebration
2:00 PM
Baptism Preparation
5:45 PM
Worship Team Rehearsal
7:30 PM
Middle School Youth Night
MH
MH
CH
101
CH
Gym
Liturgical Ministers Schedule
Lectors
Joan Fealy
Joan Kernan
Assunta Paragano
Joan Kernan
Jose Maria Garcia Martinez
The Sanctuary Candle this week will be offered in memory of:
Consuelo de Jesus
Bertha Krak
WEEK AT A GLANCE 
Mass
David Gorczyca
Peter Scalamoni
Sunday, February 8
Wednesday, February 4
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
Peter and Helen McLaughlin
Rocco dePaola
February 7-8, 2015
5:30 pm
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
12:30 pm
6:30 pm
Bob Albino
Tom Cusimano
Janet Kobliska
Robin Nicol
Jessica Miles
Don Jones
Jessica Blessing
Deirdre Gelinne
Shane McDermott
Gail Opacity
Matt.Guarnuccio
Paul Jakobovic
P. Wolpert
D. Black
T. Dorch
E. Borja
D. Cusimano
P. Rodihan
J. Fietkiewicz
K&G Baer
ML Massenzio
J&L Hamilton
L. Rochford
M&P Cappio
E. Kobliska
* H. Pasterczyk
R. Swantek
*J. Perrotta
* M. Mc Enerney
* T. Angeles
J. Merkel
M. Guarnuccio
J. Schildge
R. Intartaglia
P/J Davis
P&C Genova
K. Kraft
B. Harrington
K. Travers
L. Tweedie
P&R Cicero
E. Betancourt
C. Encarnacion
M. Musell
T. Mc Glynn
C. Savickas
C. Queenan
K. Morley
M. Rizk
D. Bash
MA Markowski
K. O’Donnell
E. Forcht
Meg Hrinkevich
A. Baker
C. Caminiti
K. Mc Donald
J. Spera
E. London
Will McGlynn
Emma Naeseth
Faith Hrinkevich
Rob Fisher
Olivia Blessing
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What is Middle School Youth Ministry?
Our program is open to ALL students grades 6-8. We meet
once a month to have fun, pray and learn more about our
Catholic Faith. Each session will feature a video or song
that will be the basis for our core content. We will have
time for our students to support each other through prayer
and of course have some crazy middle school fun! We also
provide opportunities for age-appropriate service so they
can go out into the world and serve those in need. All of our
programs are free and open to anyone regardless of school,
parish or religious affiliation.
Contact Michael Fusco at [email protected] or Cell/
Text 908-265-2169 or office 908-232-1214, x 103
MS Youth Nights/Events:
Mass at 6:30, Youth Night 7:30 – 9:00
2/8/15 - Middle School Mass and Youth Night –
Topic: Forgiveness
3/22/15 - Middle School Mass and Youth Night –
Topic: Honesty
Pastoral Care of the Sick
We want to help anyone who cannot celebrate Mass with
us because of illness, age or handicap. If you or a family
member wish to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation,
Eucharist or Anointing of the Sick at home, please call
the Parish Center 908-232-1214. By law, hospitals
cannot notify us when parishioners are admitted. If you
or a family member is hospitalized, please notify us.
Urgent calls will be attended at any time.
Saint Helen’s Counseling Project
Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Marriage and
Family Therapists Michael McMahon and Liz
Migneco are available to assist individuals, couples
and families who may be experiencing difficulties and
stressors in their everyday lives. For additional
information or to schedule an appointment, please call
908-232-1214, ext. 105. All calls are confidential.
Catholic Charities Donation Bin
Please support their many programs by donating
clothing, shoes, toys and household items in the
donation bin in our back parking lot. If you have
questions, need a tax receipt, or want a larger donation
pick-up call 877-343-3651. Sorry, no furniture
accepted.
Find Mass Times
Need to find Mass times or a church nearby? Go to
www.masstimes.org and search by zip code, address or
country. Also call 1-410-676-6000 and enter the zip code
where you will be.
Respect Life Notes
“I came so that they might have life and have it more
abundantly.”
— John 10:10 (NABRE © 2010 CCD. Used with permission.)
For Respect Life events, please visit the Archdiocesan
website: www.rcan.org/life/
Healing from Loss and Coping with the Holidays
“Journey to Wholeness - Healing the Grieving Heart", an 8week grief workshop, will be held at the First Presbyterian
Church of Cranford, on Sundays evenings, January 25March 15, 2015 from 6:30-8:30 pm. All faiths are welcome,
and no fee is charged. Patti Williams, R.N., and certified
pastoral bereavement counselor, and Virginia Waters, PhD.
Psychologist, will lead the sessions. Patti and Virginia have
offered this seminar for 14 years now, and have helped
thousands of people experience healing, find a new purpose
for their lives, and feel joy once again. It does not matter if
your loss is divorce, death or job loss; loss is loss- it must be
grieved. It does not matter how long ago you experienced
loss. Bring family members and friends. To register for this
life changing event, please call 908-709-1341.
Linden Lions Club Eyeglass Collection
Lions Clubs collect used eyeglasses and hearing aids. Please
leave donations in the recycling box in the church foyer.
Columbian Club Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
The Columbian Club of Garwood is hosting a Spaghetti
Dinner Friday, February 6, 6 to 8 pm, with all proceeds
going to S.A.R.A. (The Summit Animal Rescue
Association). Spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread, dessert,
coffee, with a cash bar available. Door prizes and raffle
baskets as well. Location: the building where the Knights of
Columbus hold meetings, 37 South Ave, Garwood.
(Opposite PathMark) Tickets $10 and can be purchased
there after 4:00 pm weekdays. Parking available behind
building. Please use side door lounge entrance. Advance
tickets strongly recommended. To donate or for info, visit
their website www.sararescue.com.
Pastoral Ministry with Persons with Disabilities
The purpose of the Archdiocesan Department for
Pastoral Ministry with Persons with Disabilities is to
affirm the integrity of the Baptismal promise of people
with disabilities and to work for their inclusion in the
life and mission of the Church. It does this through
Education, Advocacy, Affirmation, and Collaboration.
This includes people with intellectual, physical and
vision disabilities. Please phone 973-497-4309 or email
[email protected] for information on the support
programs available for parents and families.
See
www.rcan.org/disabilities/
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Tara Burns, Director of Community Relations
Sunrise Assisted Living of Westfield
240 Springfield Avenue • Westfield, NJ 07090
Main (908) 317-3030
www.sunriseseniorliving.com
Sabatino Ciatti, M.D.
Christina Finamore, M.D.
Stephanie Lehrhoff, M.D.
Phoebe Lu, M.D., Ph.D.
Susan McFalls, M.D.
Rachel Cittone, P.A.-C.
ADVANCED DERMATOLOGY,
MOHS & LASER SURGERY CENTER, P.A.
240 East Grove Street, Westfield, NJ 07090
(908) 232-6446
www.skinandlasercenter.com
RAYMOND JAMES®
Steven Criscuolo, CPA
• Lawn
Maintenance
• Landscape
Services
SNOWPLOWING
908-233-5600
[email protected]
Investment and Financial Advisor
[email protected]
99 Wood Ave., So., Suite 102, Iselin, NJ 08833
(732) 744-1200
www.burkefinancialstrategies.com
“INVEST WITH US AND WE WILL INVEST IN YOU”
Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC
Five Star
Driving School
Robert Paul, Parishioner
Large Selection of Religious Jewelry
Clarkton Shopping Center • 1083 Raritan Road • Clark, NJ 07066
Phone 732.388.8889
Learn From The Best!
CELEBRATING 10 YEARS IN BUSINESS!
Door to Door Lessons • 7 Days/Week
Eye & Written Test Done On Premises
State Certified Instructors
No Long Lines At The DMV
CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD • CHOICE OF ENTRÉE
COFFEE OR TEA AND DESSERT
ALA CARTE MENU ALSO AVAILABLE
PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE FOR UP TO 100 PEOPLE
Mr. Bagel
Says...
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Brian Pinto, RPh
Owner / Pharmacist in Charge
223 South Ave. East, Westfield, NJ 07090
Great Food • Great Bagels • Great Catering
Scott Zilberberg • 908-232-1921 • Fax 908-232-4770
Fala-se Português
1115 South Avenue West, Westfield, NJ 07090
908.233.2200 • [email protected]
Interior Design & Decoration
Space Planning & Renovation
732-496-2030
Tables • Chairs • Tents • Inflatables & More
West Carpets
VICKI’S DINER
732-499-8221
Your Hosts: Peter & Helen Rentoulis
110 E. Broad St. • Westfield, NJ
385 St. George Ave., Rahway
908-233-6887
Pete & Adelle Westerlund
“Where Good Friends Meet”
Parishioners
“Where New Friends Are Made”
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to see if we can help Save you money with your monthly payments on your
commercial property. Multi-Family, Retail, Office Building, Apartment and Condos. Can
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Mark F. Swingle, CFP
®
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Driven by Your Goals, Inspired
by Your Values, Committed to
Your Financial Success
We specialize in Investment and
Retirement Planning
Mark F. Swingle Group
201.926.1809
[email protected]
www.ezparties.net
15% Discount for Parishioners (Maximum $100.00 savings)
908-389-0600
MOLLY’S INTRODUCES OUR SUNSET SPECIALS!
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 3PM TO 6PM
$14.95 - ALL INCLUSIVE
(732) 388-6511
E-Z PARTIES
Serving the Area for over 40 years
www.fivestardrivingschool.com
For Specials & Promotions
www.fredericsjewelers.com
1085 Central Ave. Clark, NJ
908-795-3030
133 Prospect St., 1st Fl, Westfield
908-379-2706
[email protected]
www.westfieldfinancialplanning.com
www.peggyschott.net
Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through NFP
200 North Ave East • Westfield NJ 07090 Advisor Services, LLC (NFPAS), member FINRA/SIPC. NFP
Office: 908-654-6666
Advisor Services is not affiliated with Mark F. Swingle Group.
PLUMBING, HEATING
& COOLING
Calderone
School of Music
Since 1983
1-732-417-4444
Beyond the Front Door
CHERYL WINKLER
FREE ESTIMATES
I will work with
any budget
$25 Off Any Service
N.J. Plbg. Lic. #8411
908-370-1678
Certified Decorator, Redecorator and Stager
607 St. Helen, Westfield, NJ (third) UPS
Est. 1975
Cert. Teachers
All Instruments and Voice
Kindermusik 18 mos. to 7
Suzuki Strings Pus Program
College Prep Division
East Hanover
Springfield
973-428-0405 973-467-4688
Wedding Invitations
& Holiday Cards
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All Major Credit Cards Accepted
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ORIGINAL
NATALE
Plumbing & Heating
Commercial & Residential
State Lic. #5322 ~ We Accept Visa
515 Forest Rd., Scotch Plains
908-482-8272
Arnold’s Pest
Control, Inc.
Complete Termite
& Pest Control Service
Integrated Pest Management
www.arnoldspestcontrol.com
908-276-8062
9 Quine Street, Cranford, NJ 07016
MASTER MEMORIALS
Monuments • Markers • Mausoleums • 908-233-2350
We Make Memories Last Forever
524 Central Ave., Westfield, Corner of Park St.
Tim Doerr
MEARS & MCCULLOUGH, CPA’S
ACCOUNTING AND TAX PLANNING & PREPARATION FOR ALL
ENTITIES INCLUDING ELECTRONIC FILING
ESTATE AND TRUST ADMINISTRATION INCLUDING ACCOUNTING
ARBITRATION & LITIGATION SUPPORT
29 SOUTH AVE. WEST, CRANFORD
(908) 276-7686
F.J. Domenick
PLUMBING
& HEATING
FULLY INSURED: WORKERS COMP., LIABILITY
NJHIC# 13VH06449500
908-232-3566
YOUR LOCAL PLUMBER
State Lic. # 7679
FASHION
OPTICS
Rx Eyewear & Sunglasses
Free Adjustments
1063-A Raritan Rd., Clark, NJ
732-815-0040
PAINTING
Interior - Exterior
& CARPENTRY
Maplewood, NJ
[email protected]
www.wilberspainting.com
973-762-6333
In Office IV &
Repass 15 to 130
Westfield
Pediatric
Dental
Group
General Anesthesia
ioner
Special $15.99
Laser Dentistry Dentistry for Infants, Children, Adolescents & Special Needs
10% Parish
www.kidsandsmiles.com
Discount
3 Banquet rooms
Timothy P. McCabe, D.M.D., Board Certified
Julie Jong, D.M.D., Board Certified
Westfield Avenue
1051 Raritan Road, Clark, NJ 07066 555
Westfield, NJ
John Chang, D.M.D.
732.680.1051 (908) 232-1231
Kelly Walk, D.M.D.
e
Invisciebsl
Bra
Damo
Systenm
Jack DiSarro, Optician/Owner
MOUNTAINSIDE INDOOR
TENNIS CENTER
FAMILY
INVESTORS
COMPANY
1191 Rte. 22 • Mountainside, NJ
Georgia Aquila
232-0310
Owner/Manager
265 South Ave., Fanwood
PEDIATRIC AND ADULT ORTHODONTICS
Thomas M. Burns, DMD, PA
NJ Specialty Permit #3299
DIPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF ORTHODONTICS
525 Westfield Avenue • (908) 789-8858
www.westfieldbraces.com
908-322-1800
www.familyinvestors.com
• Mutual Funds
• Roth IRAs
• Life Insurance
• 529 Plans
• Annuities
• Long-Term Care Ins.
Serving Investors Since 1960
Fred J. Chemidlin
Darraugh Valli
Members FINRA & SIPC
101 South Avenue West, Westfield • (908) 654-0566
THOMAS M. CONNOR, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.A.C.C.
Board Certified Pediatric & Adolescent Cardiologist
101 Old Short Hills Rd., Suite 104, West Orange, NJ 07052
973-731-5550
4-14 Saddle River Rd., Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 • 201-794-1366
Did you know...
1300 RARITAN ROAD ~ CLARK
SUNDAY BRUNCH STARTING AT 10:30
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new name
Just Opened An
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761 Central Ave., Westfield, NJ (Parking in Rear)
908-654-7827
NJ Lic. #13VH03327200
new doctor
Sarah E. Little, D.O.
is joining
Jose J. Pinto, D.O.
F.A.C.O.G.
new location
193 Mountain Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081
T 973.218.1579
F 973.218.1589
RIGHTWAY
FREE
INSPECTION
Licensed & Insured
WATERPROOFING CO.
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING SPECIALIST
908-282-0220
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A. Pigna & son
mason contractor
Additions, Patios, Steps & Sidewalks, Brick Work, Paver Bricks
Waterproofing, Bluestone/Slate, Custom Stonework
Free Estimates • Fully Insured
Aldo & Enrico
2552 Plainfield Ave. • Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
908-654-8171
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BRUNCH
LUNCH
DINNER
COMMUNIONS
CONFIRMATIONS
BAPTISMS
Craft Food. Craft Beer. A Craft Experience.
732.931.1776
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77 Central Ave., Clark, NJ
(In the Target Shopping Ctr.)
607 St. Helen, Westfield, NJ (inside) UPS
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GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY
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Thomas M. Keiser, Jr., Executive Director
Call DIANE PELLINO
N.J. License No. 3844
Sales Associate, President’s Club,
NJAR Distinguished Sales Club, Parishioner
Thomas C. Kenny, Director
N.J. License No. 4500
Laura E. Mann, Director
N.J. License No. 4947
155 South Avenue
Fanwood, NJ 07023
CAPPIO LANDSCAPING INC.
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908-322-4350
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Bill Tuorto
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Office: 908-233-5555 ext. 162
Direct: 908-377-8133
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908-233-1222
Rossi Funeral Home
908-276-8692
1937 Westfield Avenue - Scotch Plains NJ 07076
Gerry Condez Studio
Family Centered Funeral Service since 1954.
908-322-8038
NJ Lic# 11500
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Bernadette M. Stoecker-Rossi - Senior Director N.J. License No. 3620 • William F. Mariani - Director, N.J. License No. 4324
James T. Simmons - Director N.J. License No.3332 • Jason A. Stoecker - Director N.J. License No. 5003
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Ellen Murphy, SRES
Sales Associate, Presidents Circle, NJAR
Distinguished Sales Club, Multi Million Dollar Club
Five Star Real Estate Agent for Overall Client
Satisfaction as seen in NJ Monthly Magazine
Parishioner for over 25 years
Office: 908-233-5555 ext. 242
Direct: 908-447-8134
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[email protected]
NATALE JR.
PLUMBING & HEATING
Dennis Jr. Lic. #10087
908-286-1013
DOOLEY
Since 1913
FUNERAL SERVICE, INC.
556 Westfield Ave., Westfield
908-233-0255
John L. Dooley, Mgr., N.J. Lic. No. 4100
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102 Quimby St. • Westfield, NJ • 908-233-3380
HELLENIC THERAPY CENTER
908-322-0112
Day, Evening & Weekend Hours
567 Park Avenue • Scotch Plains, NJ
FUNERAL HOMES
WESTFIELD
318 E. Broad St., 233-0143
William A. Doyle - Mgr.
NJ Lic. 2325
J. M. Jones, Dir.
NJ Lic. No. 4869
CRANFORD
12 Springfield Ave., 276-0092
Dale R. Schoustra - Mgr.
NJ Lic. 3707
1030 Raritan Road
Clark, NJ 07066
Tel: 732-382-7755
Fax: 732-382-3905
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