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St. John the Evangelist
Roman Catholic Community
29 N. Washington Ave.
201-384-0101
Bergenfield, N.J. 07621
Parish Web Site: www.sjrc.org
Fax: 201-384-2055
Served by:
Rev. Msgr. Richard J. Arnhols
Pastor
Rev. Raymond R. Filipski
Rev. Gustavo A. Alfaro
Rev. Jonathan Perez
Parochial Vicars
Deacon James A. Detura
Lisa Oggioni Marciano
Director of Music Ministries
Mary Ann C. Johnston
Pastoral Council President
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph
Mrs. Patricia D. Rickly
December 28, 2014
Mr. Joseph V. Gangemi, Jr.
Trustees
My eyes have seen your salvation which you have prepared
in the sight of all the peoples.
- Luke 2:30-31
TRANSFIGURATION ACADEMY
10 Bradley Ave., Bergenfield
Mr. Salvatore Tralongo, Principal
PARISH LIFE CENTER
15 N. Washington Ave., Bergenfield
Rosemarie Flood
Eric A. Acosta
Sr. Madeline Hanson, SSND, Coordinator of Development
Director of Religious Education
Director of Youth Ministry
201-384-3627
Gr. Pre-K2+ - Gr. 8
www.transfigurationacademy.org
201-384-3601
[email protected]
& Confirmation Retreats
[email protected]
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Masses for the Week
Readings for the Week
Saturday
5:30 pm
7:00pm (Spanish)
Sunday
7:30
9:00
10:30
11:00 (Chapel)
12:00 pm
12:30 pm (Spanish)
Monday
7:00
9:00
7:30 pm
Tuesday
7:00
9:00
Monday: 1 Jn 2:3-11; Ps 96:1-3, 5b-6; Lk 2:22-35
Tuesday: 1 Jn 2:12-17; Ps 96:7-10; Lk 2:36-40
Wednesday:1 Jn 2:18-21; Ps 96:1-2, 11-13; Jn 1:1-18
Thursday: Nm 6:22-27; Ps 67: 2-3, 5, 6, 8, Gal 4:4-7;
Lk 2:16-21
Friday:
1 Jn2:22-28; Ps 98:1-4; 1:19-28; Jn 1:19-28
Saturday: 1 Jn 2:29-3:6, Ps 98:1, 3cd-6; Jn 1:29-34
Sunday:
Is 60;1-6; Ps 72:1-2, 7-8, 10-13; Eph 3:2-3a, 5-6;
Mt 2:1-12
December 27
John D. Kaberle, Jr
Elena Cantonjos
December 28
People of the Parish
Amelia & Frederick Conroy
Maria DeLeon
Joan Sciame
Juanito Salipong
James OrtuГ±o
December 29
Eugene & Jeanne Drum
Barbara Genschow
Balbino Mangaoil
December 30
Peggy & Gene Drum
Belen Manalansan Montemayor &
Family
7:30 pm
Eugene Elisseeff Alizado
Wednesday
December 31
7:00
Spec. Inten.- Mass of Thanksgiving
Jose,Tom & Amala Jose
9:00
Spec. Inten. - Mass of Thanksgiving
Jose Tom & Amala Josa
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Solemnity of Mary Mass
7:30pm
Elvin Lebron, Sr.
Thursday
January 1
7:00
People of the Parish
9:00
Spec. Inten. - Fredy & Edna Barsatan & Family
12:00 Noon
Spc. Inten. - Jose Tom Family
7:30 pm
Rustico Tubianosa
7:30pm (Spanish– Lower Church) Elva Ramirez
* * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Friday
January 2
7:00
Bernard DeMarinis
9:00
Maureen Quinn
7:30 pm
Maria Paz Delos Reyes
Saturday
January 3
7:00
Theresa Pinto
9:00
Lucia Magnaye
5:30 pm
Manuel Rodriguez, Jr.
7:00pm (Spanish)
Alicia Navarro
Sunday
January 4
7:30
People of the Parish
9:00
Luigi & Anna Ammaccapane
10:30
Kenneth C. Sofio
11:00 (Chapel)
Elpidio Tobias
12:00 pm
Agapito Yamat
12:30 pm (Spanish)
Juan Rojo
1:30pm Special Needs Family Inclusive Mass
5:30pm (Tagalog)) Special Intention
Prayers for the Dead
Please remember Francis X. Damrow, Gertrude Maietta and
Nina Pesce in your prayers.
Solemnity of Mary
HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION
Mass Schedule
Wednesday, December 31, 2014 ~ 7:30pm
Thursday, January 1, 2015 ~ 7:00am, 9:00am
12:00 Noon & 7:30pm
Lower Church 7:30pm ~ Spanish/EspaГ±ol
St. John’s Overnight Eucharistic Adoration
First Friday, January 2, 2014, overnight Eucharistic
Adoration in the Notre Dame Chapel of the Parish Life Center,
from 9:00pm to 7:00am. Sign up sheet is available at the
church main entrance.
Spend One Hour with Me in the Blessed Sacrament
Come and spend time with Me to recite silently your favorite
prayers like the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet, read My
messages in the Bible, contemplate acts of faith, hope and
charity, thanksgiving, healing and reparation. Or simply
keeping Me company, just as you would a dear friend.
-Affectionately Yours, Jesus Christ
Filipino Apostolate
Filipino Mass ~ First Sunday of the month, January 4, 2015,
5:30pm, Main Church. Celebrant: Fr. Dedert Duarte
Sponsored by: Auring & Filemon Quiroz
Filipino Apostolate Meeting ~ Monday, January 12, 2015,
8:15pm—Parish Life Center Basement.
Santo Niño Novena ~ January 9-17—Weekdays 6:30pm;
Weekends 4:30pm, in Main Church
Santo Niño Mass ~ Sat., Jan. 17—5:30pm, followed by
program in Conlon Hall. All invited!
St. John’s Special Needs Ministry
Special Needs Inclusive Family Mass ~ 1st Sunday of the
month, January 4, 2015 at 1:30pm in the Main Church.
Moms’ Group ~ Next Meeting will be held on April 8, 2015
with Linda Meyer in the Religious Education Center Gathering
Room.
Dads’ Group ~ Next Meeting Wednesday, January 21st,
7:15PM to 9:15PM (Rel. Educ. Center - even months; O.L. of
Sorrows, South Orange-odd months).
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Pastor’s Desk
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,,
As we anticipate the World Gathering of Families in Philadelphia in September 2015, it is good to celebrate this Feast of the Holy
Family. Let us pray for our own families and those we know and don’t know, that God may grant them special graces in the New
Year to celebrate gifts of unity and peace! Happy New Year to all!
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Some have inquired about a deadline for submitting requests for Memorial Bricks for our Grotto project behind the Parish Life
Center. As the project will not likely be undertaken until the Spring, we can certainly consider at least a January 31st date as a
current deadline. Please use one of the forms at the exits of the church to record your information and return it with payment to
the rectory. Some have also been confused with the form. You are allowed up to 13 letters and spaces per line (16 on the largest
brick); extra lines after the first three are an additional $15 per line for the larger-sized bricks. If you need help composing the
text, please let me know what you would like to say and I will happily help you with the arrangement. I hope many of you will
want to be part of this historic project to provide some beautiful and functional outdoor meditation space in honor of our Blessed
Mother and some of the saints.
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Did you ever wonder: How can I find out more about my Catholic faith? How do I pray the Rosary? How can I grow in my
faith? Where can I meet like-minded Catholics? What is a disciple of Jesus Christ—am I one? What is the Pope saying today?
Check out the free new mobile app “Newark Evangelization” at your App Store. This free app found on the App Store at
“Newark Evangelization” will be the resource “in the palm of your hand” which will allow you to answer these questions and
many more. It will be a fountain of information and inspiration for anyone interested in the Catholic faith. The site also offers
helpful information to inquiring non-Catholics or inactive Catholics.
Msgr. Richard Arnhols, Pastor
Reflection on Today’s Readings
Our first two readings focus on the promise of offspring made to Abraham; the Gospel speaks of the fulfillment of that promise in
Jesus. The story of Abraham draws our attention to the importance of offspring in the ancient world. Of course, children and
family were thought of very differently in those days. Family life was not a path to personal fulfillment or a private haven from
the rest of life’s harsh realities. Rather, in a thoroughly unsentimental way, children were valuable economic assets, enriching
their parents through their labor, as well as a way in which one could live on after death through one’s descendants.
God’s promise of descendants to Abraham is fufilled in Jesus, though in an unexpected way. Jesus is the one through whom
Abraham and his descendants can hope for life beyond death, by drawing them into eternal life with God. Indeed, the fulfillment
in Jesus of God’s promise to Abraham is so abundant that it overflows beyond the circle of Abraham and his descendants to bless
all peoples. As our Gospel reading says, Jesus is “a light for revelation to the Gentiles, and glory for your people Israel.”
“Father, your Son Jesus knew the joys and challenges of belonging to a human family. Through the prayers and example of the
Holy Family, may we come to know ourselves as your adopted sons and daughters. Amen.”
Stewardship: Sharing our Time, Talent, and Treasure!
“...as the Lord has forgiven you, so you must forgive.” Colossians 3: 13
Forgiveness—one of the hardest things for people to do. It’s amazing how long we can hold a grudge or be angry with someone.
As we celebrate the feast of the Holy Family, take this opportunity to give the gift of forgiveness to someone—maybe someone in
your family, maybe a friend, maybe a co-worker or neighbor, or maybe yourself. Pick up the phone or text someone today!
Our Sunday Offering: Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014—$17,749.59
Thank you!
Dec. 1, 2013—$17,684.37
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Sacraments
St. John’s Bereavement Ministry
Penance - Monday-Friday: 7:00pm-7:20pm. Saturday: 1:00pm
-2:00pm and immediately following the 5:30pm Mass or by
appointment with a priest at any time.
Baptisms are normally held the 2nd and 3rd Sunday of each
month at 1:30pm.* Instructions for parents are normally held
the 1st Sunday of each month at 1:30pm in the basement of the
Parish Life Center. These instructions are required of parents
having their first child Baptized. All parents must be registered
parishioners and present child’s birth certificate at the time of
arranging for the baptism. Godparents must be practicing
Catholics, at least sixteen years of age, who have received the
Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist, and, if married, the
Sacrament of Matrimony. Sponsor certificate must be
presented at least one week before Baptism.
PLEASE NOTE! We are accepting registrations for Baptisms
for January and beyond. Please call the Rectory at 201-3840101 for information.
Matrimony - Arrangements for a wedding should be made at
least one year in advance. Couples are required to attend PreCana and God’s Plan session. Please contact one of the priests,
201-384-0101.
For anyone who is experiencing or having difficulties dealing
with the loss of a loved one, whenever the loss occurred, we
are here to help you. If you need or wish to talk, or are
interested in becoming part of this ministry to the bereaved,
please call Fr. Ray, 201-384-0101.
For the Spanish-speaking, please call Delia, 201-387-8420.
Remembrance Plaque - If a loved one passed away and a
Funeral Mass was held here at St. John’s, please contact Fr.
Ray at 201-384-0101.
Support Groups for Parents Grieving the Death of a Child
The Office of Family Life Ministries of the Archdiocese of
Newark sponsors three support groups for Parents Grieving
the Death of a Child. Groups meet year �round. There is no
preregistration and no fee. All meetings begin at 7:30pm.
1st Wednesday of the month, January 7, 2015 ~ St. Thomas
the Apostle Parish Center, 60 Byrd Ave., Bloomfield, NJ.
3rd Monday of the month, January 19, 2014 ~ St. Peter the
Apostle Parish Center, 445 Fifth Ave., River Edge, NJ.
**Support Group for Fathers Who Have Lost a Child will
meet at Notre Dame Parish Center, 359 Central Avenue, North
Caldwell twice a year.
For further information please contact the Office of Family
Life at 1-973-497-4327 or email [email protected]
Santo NiГ±o Healing Prayer Ministry
An Outreach Healing Prayer Service for Abused Children,
Adult Survivors, and the Chronically-ill, led by a priest or a
deacon:
*Every 1st Friday of the month, 7-9pm - upper church for
Reconciliation & Silent Meditation, Holy Eucharist, Blessed
Sacrament exposition, Adoration & Benediction, and…
*Every 3rd Friday of the month, 8-9:30pm in the Santo NiГ±o
Healing Prayer Room, Parish Life Center, for Holy Rosary,
Divine Mercy Chaplet, Holy Spirit Invocation, Gospel Reading
& Homily theme - “Jesus the Healer,” Prayers for Healing Laying on of Hands, followed by Fellowship & Refreshments.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
St. John’s Prayer Groups
Charismatic Prayer Group - Meets each Friday evening
8pm-10pm with one of the priests in the Santo NiГ±o Healing
Prayer Room, Parish Life Center (upper Church on 1st Friday
for Holy Hour.)
Legion of Mary - Meets each Saturday, 9:30am-11:00am in
the Lower Church.
Padre Pio Prayer Group - Meets on the 3rd Saturday of
each month, 3-4pm in the Lower Church. Coffee hour follows
4-5pm.
Spanish Prayer Group - Meets each Thursday evening,
7:30pm-9:30pm in the Lower Church.
JГіvenes de JesГєs Prayer Group - Meets every Friday
evening, 7:30pm-9:30pm in the Parish Life Center. For more
information, please contact website: www.jovenesdejesus.org.
St. John’s Youth Group - Meets on Tuesdays, 7:00pm9:00pm, Youth Room, lower church.
Memorial/Special Intention Fund
We are offering weekly memorial/special intention
opportunities for the altar wine and bread used at Mass, the
sanctuary candle, and flowers for the altar. Please fill out a
request form, available at the rectory. The memorial items
will be listed in the appropriate week’s bulletin.
SANCTUARY CANDLE $15.00
ALTAR BREAD (Hosts)
$50.00
ALTAR WINE
$40.00
ALTAR FLOWERS
$30.00 each basket
(*1 or 2 Baskets may be requested )
Memorial (Deceased)/Special Intention (Living)
* ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
*Please Note: Correction for week of December 21st
Sanctuary Candle: In Loving Memory of:
Mc Nicholas Family
Requested by: Bob & Mary Moran
*********************************
Week of December 28th
Sanctuary Candle: Special Intention
Peace in the World ~ Especially in the Middle East
Requested by: Margoth Raigosa
Devotions
Novena - Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Wednesday Evenings,
7:00pm, upper church.
Holy Hour and Benediction - First Friday, January 2nd,
8pm, upper church, in English; Last Thursday of every month
at 8:00pm, upper church, in Spanish.
Rosary - Monday through Saturday 8:30am, upper church.
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Special Collection to Catholic Relief Services
to support the work of the Church in combating Ebola
Bishop Paul Coakley, Chairman of the Catholic Relief Services Board of Directors, has contacted all U.S. Dioceses to consider
taking up a second collection to support the work of the Church in combating Ebola. These contributions will help save lives of
those caught in a desperate situation not of their own making. In carrying out its gospel mission on behalf of the Catholic
community in the United States, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has been active in the countries most affected by Ebola—Liberia,
Sierra Leone, and Guinea. After the outbreak CRS committed $1.5 million of its emergency funds and sought support from various
donors to further its work in fighting the virus. Without a vaccine or cure, the best weapon against Ebola is information about how
to avoid contracting and spreading it. That is the focus of CRS’ effort, working with the local Church.
In Liberia, CRS has also been instrumental in helping to reopen a major Catholic health facility that closed when many of its staff
died from Ebola. In Sierra Leone, CRS is working to see that those who die of Ebola, their bodies dangerously infectious, receive
burials that are both safe and dignified, respectful of culture and customs. These are difficult tasks, which CRS staff members have
taken on with the kind of dedication we have come to expect from our agency. But much work remains to be done, first to contain
Ebola and, in the longer term, to lessen the damage it has done
.
Archbishop Myers has approved an Optional Special Collection to be taken up the weekend of January 3-4, 2015 in all
parishes. Personal checks should be payable to “Archdiocese of Newark–CRS Ebola Collection.” Thank you for your help!
St. John’s Committee for the Homeless
St. John’s Golden Age Club
St. John’s has another upcoming date for the meal program at
the county shelter.
Tuesday, December 30th ~ Emaus Brotherhood
Coordinators ~ Domingo Almonte and Sergio Herrera
Thanks to all who helped on Friday, December 26th, and for
all who are helping with the meal on the up-coming date.
Meetings are scheduled on the first and third Fridays of the
month at 1:30PM, Cafeteria of Conlon Hall.
Upcoming Trips (Non-members are welcome on trips)
December 11th ~ Trip to Atlantic City - Bus departs at 9AM
from the parking lot behind the Little League Field at Melrose
and Wildrose Avenues. Call Tom, 201-385-9340. The Club
schedules an Atlantic City trip every second Thursday of the
month.
* * * * * * * ** * * * * * * ** * * * * ** * * * * * *
St. John’s Respect Life Ministy
IS 2015 THE YEAR?
It is not too early to consider going to Washington, DC, to
be part of the 42nd annual March for Life.
The March will be held on Thursday, January 22, 2015. After
a 6:00AM Mass, our buses will leave St. John’s Parking lot at
7:00AM. We will return by 11:00PM.
See special flier in next week’s bulletin January 3-4, 2015.
Spiritual Adoption Program
Month Six - I’m 6 months old now. I just opened by eyes Before today, they were sealed shut for protection. I wonder
what you look like. I can hear sounds too! It’s great to have
someone praying for me.
Supplementing Retirement with a Planned Gift
Are you nearing retirement or are already retired and are
looking to make a year-end gift? If so, a Charitable Gift
Annuity can be a way to supplement your retirement income
and help your parish at the same time. Let the Archdiocese of
Newark help you set up a Charitable Gift Annuity by
contacting Theresa Lynch in the Planned Giving Office. She
can be reached at 973-497-4042 or by email at
[email protected]
Branson, Missouri Bus Trip
Sponsored by St. John’s Golden Age Club
April 24th (Saturday) - May 3rd (Sunday)
Non Members Welcome
Trip includes: 8 nights lodging (Including 4 consecutive
nights in Branson), 8 breakfasts and 6 dinners. Includes
admission to 7 Branson shows (3 morning shows and 3 evening
shows).
*Cruise on Table Rock Lake with meal and show on the
Showboat Branson Belle.
Cost for double occupancy, including gratuities ~
members $730 per person, non-members are welcome on trip
at a cost of $732. Insurance available at $69 per person.
For more information, please call:
Donna and Fred at 201-384-2798.
Parking Lot Monitor Needed
Our previous parking lot monitor for our Religious Education
program had to leave due to other work commitments. We are
looking for someone who would be willing to monitor the lot
for the safety of our children on Sundays from 8:30am to
10:30am and on Mondays from 3:15pm to 5:00pm. This can
be either as a Stewardship donation of time and talent, or could
be considered a part-time position at minimum wage. Anyone
interested is asked to contact Msgr. Richard.
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A HAPPY & FAITH FILLED NEW YEAR!
FROM
TRANSFIGURATION ACADEMY
This week we celebrate new beginnings!
Let us ask Our Blessed Mother, to continue to watch over and
bless all our families and the Academy as she watched over Jesus
as we continue our Faith-filled journey through life.
St. John’s Religious Education
The Religious Education Office is located in the Parish Life
Center building. Any questions, please stop by the Rel. Ed.
Office or call 201-384-3601.
The St. John’s Religious Education staff wishes
you a….BLESSED CHRISTMAS SEASON
There are no classes …
December 22nd through January 4th.
The office will be on reduced schedule during that time;
please call before coming.
Transfiguration Academy
Basketball
Family Trivia Night ~ Taco Dinner
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Conlon Hall ~ 6:30PM to 10:00PM
Cost: $10 per person ~ Children under 5 FREE
Taco Bar and Soda included in cost
B. Y. O. B.
Come have fun with family and friends in a friendly
competition of Trivia. There will be questions for all ages.
TEAM PLAY ENCOURAGED
Prizes awarded in the form of GAMES
1st, 2nd and 3rd PLACE
Plus Door Prizes
Pre-Register Your Team
(to receive a $2.00 per person discount)
Contact Coach Craig ~ 201-280-2119
GO TIGERS!!!!
*See informative fliers at the exits of the church.
Reminder!
ALUMNI PANCAKE BREAKFAST
TODAY, SUNDAY DECEMBER 21, 2014
Conlon Hal1 ~ 19 N. William St., Bergenfield
$5.00 per person ~ At the Door
Doors will open at 9:00AM
Breakfast Will Be Served Until 12:30PM
Are you a graduate of St. John the Evangelist, St. Mary’s,
Ascension or Transfiguration Academy?
Come celebrate the beauty of the Christmas Season with
old and new friends.
Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children
This Fund provides partial tuition scholarships for low income
students K to 12 to attend Catholic school - will hold its 12th
annual High School Basketball Festival on January 2 and 4,
2015 at Kean University in Union. The teams playing include:
Saint Anthony H.S., Roselle Catholic, Hudson Catholic, Seton
Hall Prep, Mount St. Dominic, St. Benedict’s Prep, Union
Catholic, St Dominic’s Academy, Paramus Catholic, St.
Joseph’s Regional and Marist. For complete game schedule,
times, and information on ordering tickets, please visit
www.sfichoops.com or call 973-497-4279.
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