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The Church of Epiphany
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Parish Staff
REV. MICHAEL SANTANGELO, Pastor
LOUIS V. COMMISSO, Deacon
MICHAEL MULLARKEY, Deacon
RONALD NOWAK, Deacon
KIM LORENTZEN, Director Religious Education
JAMES McMAHON, Business Administrator
DANIEL DANTONI, Director of Music
DONNA WOODLEY, Parish Secretary
CAROL LORE, Finance Secretary
DANA TOSCANO, Administrative Asst., Rel. Ed.
MICHAEL & AMY NOWAK, Middle school Youth Group
Our Church Gathers for
Celebration of the Eucharist
ON SUNDAY at 8:00, 10:00 am & 12:00 Noon
ON SATURDAY 9:00 am and Vigil of Sunday, at 5:00 pm
ON WEEKDAYS Monday thru Saturday at 9:00 am
ON HOLIDAYS Mass as Announced
Wed
Sun.
Thurs.
Fri. .
Sat
Mon.
Thurs.
Jan. 1
April 20
May 29
Aug. 15
Nov. 1
Dec. 8
Dec. 25
Solemnity of Mary
Easter
Ascension Thursday
Assumption of Mary
Feast of All Saints
Immaculate Conception
Christmas
The Sacrament of Penance
On Saturday at the Church 3:30 to 4:30 pm or by
appointment anytime.
Sacrament of Marriage
Saturday at 11:00 am, 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm. Necessary
preparations require that arrangements be made one
year in advance.
Rectory / Parish Office
615 Thiele Road, Brick Township, NJ 08724
732-458-0220
FAX: 732-458-0855
Office Hours
Mon.-Thurs 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Fri. 9:00 to 3:00 pm
Summer Office Hours Mon.-Fri. 9:00am to 3:00pm
Home Page Website: www.churchofepiphany.org
Religious Education
Office Hours
732-785-0872
Mon. Wed. Thurs. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tues. 9:00 am to 7:00 Fri. 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Summer Hours: 9:00AM-2:00PM
Sacrament of Baptism
The sacrament of Baptism is ordinarily celebrated the 2nd
and 4th Sundays of each month at 1:15p.m. We
emphasize sacramental preparation consisting of a four
part Parish Baptism Process, in which the infant is always
present. To schedule Baptism, please call the church
office, at least one month in advance.
Letters of Recommendation
Letters of Recommendation to act as sponsors will be
issued only to parishioners who attend Mass regularly, are
confirmed and if married, are married in the Church. To
help us make this judgment, we expect you to be
registered with us for 3 months. Weekly use of envelopes
(with or without a contribution) also helps. To arrange for
Letters of Recommendation or Baptismal certificates,
please call the parish office during office hours.
Welcome New Parishioners
Please fill out a registration form obtained in the
Commons Area or contact the parish office during office
hours.
Envelopes will be ordered in your name.
Departing Parishioners, please notify the office as well at
732-458-0220.
NOVEMBER 30 п‚џ 1st SUNDAY OF ADVENT
DAILY MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday, November 29, 2014
9:00AM Balim Katz by Danielle Mason
5:00PM Alice Steensen by Judy & Larry Wagner
Sunday, November 30, 2014
8:00AM Charles (Chuck) Forman by Al & Gloria Culos
10:00AM Patrick J., Margaret & Jerome Erwin by
Dan Erwin
12:00N Theresa Cherussery by Grace, George & Marshall
People of Parish
Monday, December 1, 2014
9:00AM Alice Steensen by Ralph & Regina Feruce
Peter Canning by John, Mary & Aisling Howley
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
9:00AM Michael & Yolanda Percopo by Daughters
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
9:00AM Irene Addeo by Jim Sullivan
Salvatore Timpani by Diane & Mike Harrison
Thursday, December 4, 2014
9:00AM Stan Wilk by Peg Weber
Friday, December 5, 2014
9:00AM Melanie Clemente by Deacon Rene & Edna
Grey Book
Saturday, December 6, 2014
9:00AM Jerome May by Sharon & Chris Heart
5:00PM Ed Aulise by Terry Aulise
People of Parish
Sunday, December 7, 2014
8:00AM Charles (Chuck) Forman by Dennis &
Mary Lou McGuiness
10:00AM Tirone Family by Sara Durante
12:00N Lee Dreker by Pat Demeraski
Sunday Scripture
Here are next Sunday’s Scripture readings
SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
First Reading: Isaiah 40:1-5, 9-11
Second Reading: 2 Peter 3:8-14
Gospel: Mark 1:1-8
THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH
Monday, December 1, 2014
8:15AM MM Novena & Rosary (Mon. thru Sat.)
9:00AM Helping Hands PO#1 Kit
11:00AM Stokes Steppers – PH#1
2:30PM Senior Exercise - APR
4:00PM Adoration – WA
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
10:00AM Bible Study – APR
5:30PM Grade 4 Penance Service – APR
5:30PM CCD Grades 1-3 & 5-8 Vets Middle School
7:00PM St. Vincent DePaul – PH#2
7:30PM Contemporary Group - WA
7:30PM Joy Prayer Group – PH#1
7:30PM Finance Meeting – APR
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
9:30AM Hospitality After 9AM Mass – APR
12:00PM Set up Magi Luncheon - APR
6:00PM
Girl Scout Trp #1270
7:00PM
Separated, Divorced, Widowed – PH#2
7:00PM Bethany Mass of Remembrance - WA
8:00PM
K of C Officer’s Meet – PH#3
Thursday,
9:00AM
11:00AM
12:00PM
6:00PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
December 4, 2014
Helping Hands PO#2 Kit
Stokes Steppers – PH#1
Magi Luncheon – APR
Baptismal Gathering – WA/APR
Melody Choir – WA
Adult Choir - WA
Friday, December 5, 2014
7:00PM Nativity Rehearsal - WA
8:00PM AA – APR
Saturday, December 6, 2014
8:30AM Morning Prayer and Rosary – WA
12:00PM Memorial Mass – WA
12:00PM Private Party – PH#1
1:00PM
Social Support Group – APR
4:30PM Grade 8 Bake Sale
6:45PM K of C Living Nativity - WA
Sunday, December 7, 2014
8:00AM Grade 8 Bake Sale at all Masses
10:15AM Children’s Liturgy of The Word - APR
10:45AM R.C.I.A. – APR
The Feast of Immaculate Conception
Of the Blessed Virgin Mary
is Monday, December 8th Masses will be celebrated at
9:00AM & 7:00PM
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PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK
ANN MARIE JENNICK, MAUREEN WALTHER,
JOHN OGRODOWSKI, MARYANN LANDICINO,
CATHY BRENNER, MARIADORA SALDINO, JILLIAN,
JERRY COMMISSO, GERALD AITZ , LUCY RAMOS,
JOE MIGNONE, TINA MIGNONE , JUNE LINTOT,
CHARLES WALKER, TYLER POPP, BARBARA THIEME,
ROBERT STRUENING , MIKE ROSSI, JOHN HILLA
GAIL POLHUSKY, HELEN CONFORTH,
DONALD NORTH, RICHARD MARRNITZ
ROBERT PETTINATTO, ANN MARIE JENNICK
JOHN CASTELLUCCI, KATHLEEN O’DONNELL
“Please Pray For the Sick” list is for those parishioners who are in
need of further prayers from our “Prayers of the Faithful”. They will
remain on the list for 2 months, after which time their names will be
moved to the Grey Book.
Vigil Light Prayer
Lord, May this candle be a
light for You to enlighten me in my
difficulties and decisions. May it be a fire for You to burn out of
me all pride, selfishness and impurity. May it be a flame for You to
bring a warmth into my heart towards my family, my neighbors and
all those who meet me. Through the intercession of the Sacred
Heart of Jesus and Mary, I place in your care those I come to
remember.
For the week beginning November 30, 2014
The Vigil Lamp in front of the Tabernacle is for Special
Intention;
The Vigil Lamp in front of the Blessed Mother is for
Cathy Brenner by Joan Mullee;
The Vigil Lamp in front of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is
in memory of Emily Rotondi by Al & Gloria Culos;
SPIRITUAL BOUQUET REQUESTS
FOR FRIDAY, December 5, 2014 at 9:00 am Mass
Deceased
Kevin McCarthy
Richard Herb
Louis Buono
Louellen Renda
Patricia Young
Daniel Kelly
Gail Wall
Margaret Light
Ray Pizzi
Larry Higgins
Elizabeth Riley
Christine Dennis
Rose & Renzo Baldassari
Ann & Eugene Miller
Mary & James Pizzi
F. Merritt Lorentzen
Maryann McCarthy Gina & Joseph Taibi
Barbara Tafuri
Living
The Vigil Lamp in front of St. Joseph is in memory of
Charles Forman by Al & Gloria Culos.
St. Vincent de Paul
May the wellsprings of compassion flow deep within you
until you can taste the tears of your brothers and sisters.
There are several parishioners that contribute to the St.
Vincent de Paul Society on a regular basis. We would
like to thank you for your continued support which is an
encouragement to our members. God bless you.
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
the Father of compassion and God of all
encouragement, who encourages us in our every
affliction, so that we may be able to encourage those
who are in any affliction with the encouragement with
which we ourselves are encouraged by God. 2
Corinthians 1:3&4
Christmas Wish Tree “2014”
A Memorial Mass will be held in honor of
ELIZABETH RILEY on December 6 at
12:00PM.
The Wish tree will be up November 21st. Please take a
heart and purchase a new gift to make a child’s wish come
true. Let us give that reflects the love we have for Jesus.
Please bring unwrapped gifts to the parish office No later
than Monday December 15th. Hearts must be taped on
Gifts.
Thank you for sharing and caring – Helping Hands Ministry
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATORS CORNER
11/30/2014
***Our Current Budget***
This year we need $9963.00 weekly to fund our
budget.
Our collection last week was $6,681.00
which is short by $3282.00.
***The Annual Catholic Appeal***
So far this year, as of 11/19 we have received pledges
of $36,331 from 190 Parishioners..This is 75.7% of our
goal. We need an additional $11,669 in new pledges to
have a shot a meeting our goal..Please continue to be as
generous as you can. If we reach our goal we can
realize a MINIMUM rebate of $9600. Our Goal =
$48,000.00, but as of now we are going to fall short.
We sincerely thank you for your past generosity and ask
that you prayerfully consider an increased gift to the
appeal this year.
Visit (www.churchofepiphany.org) for Online Giving
Link. WELCOME TO ONLINE GIVING FOR “THE
CHURCH OF EPIPHANY” We are grateful for your
support of our Church. Online giving allows you to make
contributions to our Church without writing checks or
worrying about cash donations. This site lets you set up
automatic contributions and change the timing or amount
of your gift at anytime. You may also make one time
donations to special causes.
Please click on “Create
New Account” and complete your initial one time account
registration. Thank you. “Epiphany is People”
We are a tax-exempt non-profit Organization and
gratefully accept donations from last will and
testament’s and/or stock to assist in carrying out our
mission. For more information, please contact Michele
at Wells Fargo Advisors (800-533-6163)
May God Bless you for your generosity.
“COMMEMORATIVE BRICK CAMPAIGN”
Consider purchasing an Epiphany Commemorative Brick
for any upcoming Graduation, Wedding or other special
family celebration, or a memorable acknowledgement for
your loved one. The cost is $150 for a 4x8 inch brick
and $200 for an 8x8 inch brick. There are plenty of
spaces left. Please consider purchasing one. Thank
you.
“The Tree of Life” Look at the tree in our Worship
area. This is another way to perpetuate the memory
of a loved one, or to memorialize someone. The
engraved leaf costs $500 and a stone in $2500.
Both of these can be paid in installments with
monthly payments.
PATHMARK COMMUNITY REWARDS –
Have you heard the news?
December is Pathmark Community Rewards Sign up
Month for The Church of Epiphany
Introducing the New Pathmark Community Rewards Card!
Important Details & Highlights:
п‚· On or about October 24 >>> Everyone who provided
a mailing address when they registered their old
Pathmark card(s) will receive their NEW PreRegistered Community Card in the mail. These
Pre-Registered cards are already linked to our
group and ready to use.
п‚·
October 31 >>> Community Cards will be available
store-wide. Supporters who do not receive a card
by mail can simply pick up their New Community
Rewards Card at any Pathmark Customer Service
desk.
п‚·
No Phone Option >>> Supporters MUST USE
THEIR “ACTUAL CARD. Participation will be
extended to A&P and other food stores in the
future!
Now when you use your Pathmark Club Card, you’ll
continue to receive your current rewards…AND you
can also earn 1% for the Church of Epiphany.
TD BANK: AFFINITY MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM
TD us Bank will make an annual contribution to our church,
based on the average balance of your accounts:
Checking
Savings
Money Market
Certificate of Deposits
Retirement
All information regarding accounts included in the program
is kept strictly confidential.
SIGN UP TODAY
It’s simple. Your TD Bank representative can register you.
Tell them you want to register with the Church of
Epiphany’s Affinity program. This is another program that
you can utilize to help our Parish. There is no cost to you,
but we can receive additional support without any extra
expense. You must tell the TD Bank teller that you want
your ACCOUNTS LINKED TO THE EPIPHANY
AFFINITY PROGRAM. THANK YOU!!
“FOR HEAVEN SAKE” 732-449-7253
FOR HEAVEN SAKE is a religious gift shop located at 608
Brighton Ave., in Spring Lake Heights. When a parishioner
that makes a purchase in their store and designates “the
Church of Epiphany”, we will receive a $1 donation from
their store. Please visit their store when you want to
purchase a religious gift. Thank you.
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Come Join Us at the Stable
Each of our Religious
Education Students are required to attend 3 class
masses with a parent throughout the year in addition
to attending weekly Sunday Mass as well as Holy Days
of Obligation. Prayer cards will be issued only on the
days that you are scheduled to attend a class mass .
After each mass there will be someone in the
Commons Area or in the Parish Office that will
distribute the prayer card. Please bring the prayer
card to your teacher on Tuesday so that your
attendance will be confirmed. If your child is unable
to attend the scheduled class mass time and you need
to attend a different mass that weekend, please
email Kim Lorentzen at
[email protected] so that
accommodations can be made. Thank you.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION UPCOMING DATES:
12/14 – 2nd Grade Mass 8:00AM
1st Grade Mass 10:00AM
This year’s Living Nativity will be
presented on Saturday, December
6, at 6:45PM. Immediately
following the performance, there
will be a tree lighting ceremony and
caroling outside the church.
Refreshments will be served in the APR.
There is no admission charge.
POLAR EXPRESS MOVIE NIGHT
Save the Date for… All aboard
the “Polar Express!” for
children grades 1st – 5th.
Date: Saturday, December
20th from 6:00-8:15PM.
Admission: $3.00 per Child.
(Admission fee includes: 1 hot
chocolate & movie). Snacks will be available for
purchase through the Junior Youth Group. Tickets
are available in the Religious Ed office or at the CCD
sign in table on Tuesday evenings. Please see the
upcoming flyer for more info!
Parents: This is a great opportunity for you to get
some last minute shopping done!
Middle School Youth:
When: 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month,
6:30PM – 8:00PM
Where: The Church of Epiphany – APR
After all Masses December
6 & 7th. Sponsored by the
Church of Epiphany 8th
Grade Confirmation
Candidates. All proceeds
will help defray the cost of
the annual Community Valentines Day Luncheon.
LESSONS AND CAROLS
The festival of Lessons and Carols is a service of
Christian worship celebrating the birth of Jesus.
The story of the birth of Jesus is interspersed with
the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and choir
music. Come join with our choir on Tuesday,
December 16th at 7:00PM for this joyous celebration
of the birth of Jesus. “Child Friendly” fellowship will
follow the service.
Penance Service
Nicholas Philip Maida child of Nicholas & Kristen
Thursday, December 12th at 7:00PM. All are
invited to gather together here at The Church of
Epiphany to celebrate God being with us during the
Advent Season. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will
be available afterwards. There will be several priests
available to assist in hearing confessions.
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how many wounds can be healed, how many
chances for growth in the life of the church
are offered to us, but we fail to take
advantage.
Gospel: Mark 13:33-37
Just as a servant watching over the master’s
house does not know when he will return, we
do not know the hour of the Second Coming
Mark reminds us of the warning from Jesus
to always be on guard, for we know not the
day nor the hour.
“Jesus said to his disciples: “be constantly
on the watch! Stay awake! You do not know
when the appointed time will come. It is like
a man traveling abroad. He leaves home and
places his servants in charge, each with his
own task; and he orders the man at the gate
to watch with a sharp eye.”
The church needs ministers at worship,
teachers as catechists, sponsors for RCIA
candidates. The church needs models for
our youth, and support for our aging and
homebound. Who is ready to respond to
these needs?
Advent offers a new beginning. Are you
ready? His coming today is what is all
important.
Around the Diocese
March for Life 2015
The March For Life will be held in Washington DC on
Thursday, January 22, 2015. The theme for this year’s
march is EVERY LIFE IS A GIFT! We will again be joining
with neighboring parishes in riding the bus to Washington
DC in support of God’s greatest fight to us all; life.
In Washington we will join with people of all ages, faiths
and backgrounds who fight for the rights of the unborn.
Buses bring young people from all over the country,
traveling for hours and their enthusiasm and energy are
contagious!
A new season of grace begins, advent, when
we remember the first coming of Christ,
anticipate His future coming and discern His
presence among us today. The image of the
traveler found in the person of Jesus is so
appropriate.
The bus will arrive at St. Peters, 403 Forman Ave., Pt
Pleasant Beach at 6:45AM and depart at 7 sharp. We will
arrive in Washington a approximately 11AM. You are then
able to go on your own or stay with the group as we hear
the speakers, then proceed on the march. The bus will
depart at 4PM and stop at Cactus Willies Buffet for dinner
on your own, arriving back at St. Peters about 10PM.
We have been given our personal, as well as
collective tasks. He has placed certain
responsibilities in our hands. As disciples we
are called to be faithful followers, stellar
examples as parents, responsible members
of His flock and enthusiastic in the practice
of our faith.
Cost is $10.00 payable to St. Peters. Call Ellen Conaghan at
732-899-7322 to reserve a seat. Please respond ASAP but
by 12/30 at the latest.
A person on watch is there to provide safety
from danger, but also to seize opportunities
to serve. How many needs can be answered,
Bring lunch, snacks and dress warmly for a cold day out.
We go rain or shine. We ask that you also be able to walk
and stand as there is no easy way out of the march once it
begins.
Quiet by the Fireside
December 10; this evening will provide the busy person an
opportunity to contemplate Jesus, the Incarnate Word,
through reflection in a quiet and prayerful environment.
Christmas sing-along and refreshments after program.
Arrival:5:00PM; Departure: 8:00PM Cost: Donation. Please
call St. Joseph By the Sea at 732-892-8494 to register.
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