Watch the State of the Parish Address 2016
Delivered on October 22, 2016 by Msgr Robert S Meyer, Administrator
Catholic High School Entrance Exam (COOP)
Attention families of 8th grade students wanting to attend Catholic High School in Fall 2017! The Catholic High School entrance exam (COOP) will be given on November 11, 2016. Students need to register for this exam starting September 1 here, or by calling 1-888-921-2667, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 24, our parish will offer a Mass at 9.30am. Join us!
Do you know someone who is thinking about the priesthood? Invite them to the Monthly Holy Hours & Discernment Group offered by the Archdiocese of Newark. Those sessions are a time for prayer, discussion, and fraternity for men thinking about a call to serve as a Diocesan Priest in the Archdiocese of Newark. During the academic year they meet on the Second Wednesday of the month from 7-9pm at Immaculate Conception Seminary, Seton Hall University. Registration is suggested: 973-313-6190 or NewPriestNJ@gmail.com.
Fall 2016: Oct. 12 • Nov. 9 • Dec. 14
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Wondering what to read in spirituality this season? Check out our suggestions below!
Offered for Joseph Patrick Blauvelt
Offered for John Phillips
Offered for John Poggis Jr
Offered for Fr Michael Fuino
Family Mass 10.30 AM
The Spirit that leads to truth
No era of Christianity was free from conflict and division, but how do we deal with them?
Jesus prays for His Disciples
Through Christ, we are united with one another and with God our Father.
As Jesus Loved
We are called to love as Jesus loved. In theory and practice this is far different than many of our ways of “loving.”
What did Resurrected Jesus look like?
After all, the disciples and Mary of Magdala did not recognize Him...
Which Child Are You?
It is that time of the year: Easter comes; the weather in the Northern Hemisphere begins to warm; school children anticipate summer vacation; families gather.
Jesus does not Condemn
“Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.”
Attentive to the Grandeur of God
Have you ever wished that God would suddenly appear to you, alleviating doubt, giving you direction, providing courage to live selflessly as a person of faith?
Finding, Knowing, and Following Jesus Christ
After Christmas, how to find and grow Christ's presence in our lives
Healing Our Woundedness
The wounds of Jesus did not disappear with His resurrection. He carries them into new life.
Continuing the Mission
On the shore of the Lake of Tiberias, Peter encounters the risen Lord and receives the mission that set him apart from the other apostles.
A Principal's Perspective
St Anthony High School’s Head of School, Chad Broussard , offers his insight
Belief Marked by Ritual
Today’s first reading and Gospel are both wrapped in ritual thus emphasizing their significance.
The First Miracle
Marriage and wedding feasts are metaphors used in Scripture to describe God's salvation and the Kingdom of God
Love, Life, Gospel, Synod
Sunday October 4 is both Respect Life Sunday and the Opening of the Synod on the Family. It is also a Sunday with an important page from the Gospel of Mark where Jesus teaches about marriage, divorce and remarriage —themes at the heart of the Synod.
Did Jesus Really Perform Miracles?
“Christianity is a history supernatural...it tells us who the Author is, by telling us what he has done.” —Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman
What Do Miracles Have To Do With Faith?
Do you believe because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed. —John 20:29
7 Thoughts on The Environment
Care for the environment is rooted in our beliefs and illustrated in the following excerpts from the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This week, pick one of these quotes each day and reflect upon it.