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28TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - B OCTOBER 10, 2021
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH
SELL what you have GIVE to the poor
then FOLLOW ME
Saturday 5:30pm (Sunday Vigil Mass)
Saturday 4:30-5:15pm and by appointment
Sunday 8:00, 10:30am & 12:00nn 10:30am--Lower Church Religious Education Family Mass
3rd Sunday of the month at 1:30pm starting June 2021. Parents and sponsors must attend a baptismal preparation program held on the 1st Saturday of the month at 1:30pm in Ferraro Hall. Please arrange for baptism and the preparation program by
calling the office as soon as possible.
Weekday Monday--Friday 7:00am & 8:00am
Every 4th Sunday at 5:00pm Filipino Mass
Arrangements should be made at least one year before the wedding.
Anointing of the Sick
Please call 973-481-1991 to receive this sacrament. We will also gladly bring Holy Communion to the homebound upon request.
All mails addressed to: St. Anthony Parish Office
750 N. 7th Street, Newark, NJ 07107
Telephone Number Fax Number Website Address
SATURDAY, October 9th
5:30p Charles Family by Rita Charles
SUNDAY, October 10th
8:00a Mariano Gooco by Tess Arceo 10:30a Gloria Tanoy by Emmie Manulat 12:00n People of the Parish
MONDAY, October 11th
7:00a [no Mass] 8:00a Catherine Bove by Cathy Carfagno
TUESDAY, October 12th
7:00a Michael Petriello by Maryann Beardsley 8:00a Angelina Viado by Jun & Tess Galvez
WEDNESDAY, October 13th
7:00a Levio Monzione by Fred Monzione 8:00a Caridad Dross by Michele Santiago
THURSDAY, October 14th
7:00a Geraldine Monzione by Fred Monzione 8:00a Fortunato Manulat Sr. by Emmie Manulat
FRIDAY, October 15th
7:00a Jeanne Young by Miriam Lima 8:00a Jimmy Sobrera by Flocer Sobrera
SATURDAY, October 16th
8:00a Philip Nicastro by Nicastro Family 5:30p Carmen Camuso by Family
MEMORIALS FOR THE WEEK
October 10 ? October 16, 2021
The Altar Bread & Wine will be offered for the Intention of People of the Parish
The Altar Candles will be offered the Special Intention People of the Parish
The Sanctuary Lamp will be offered for the Intention of People of the Parish
LET US PRAY FOR THE SICK
Ann Ferrentino, Lydia Salzano, Jerry Petrucci, Marie Catanacci, Sr. Patricia, MPF, Tammy Orthman, Louis Muhaw, Michael Kastner, Abrahim Ragab, Lito Jimenez, Bernardino
Cadavez, Joseph Doria, Tony Zimmerman Note: This list is updated monthly. Please call the parish office if you
need the name/s to be kept in next week's bulletin.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
Sunday Regular Collection
(October 3, 2021 - including online giving)
(including online giving)
H.E.L.P. Collections (additional) - $
4,128.00 625.00 165.00
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND GENEROSITY!!!
Rev. Ranulfo D. Docabo, SSL
Rev. Wilson A. Paculan
Ann Marie Kastner
Co-Director of Religious Education
Mari Ippolito, B.A.
Co-Director of Religious Education & Youth Director
Prof. Guido Morsella
Director of Music Ministries
Sr. Gloria Doria, M.P.F.
Michael Bruzzio & Rosario Chavez
Board of Trustees
Finance Council Chair
Pastoral Council Chair
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Stewards of God's Grace: A Pastoral Reflection
My Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,
Earlier this year, I published Returning to Grace: A Pastoral Letter on the Eucharist. In this letter, I offered some thoughts on the meaning of the Eucharist and its central place in our lives. I also tried to address in positive, hope-filled ways the challenges we face as we emerge from the scourge of the COVID-19 pandemic and the many spiritual, social, physical and financial hardships it imposed on our people, our society and our Church.
All of us--clergy, religious and lay faithful--have a responsibility to invite and encourage our fellow Catholics to return to the grace of the Eucharist. I see this as a stewardship responsibility, an opportunity "to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace" (1 Pt 4:10).
To help raise awareness about the importance of Christian stewardship in our daily lives and in our pastoral ministry, I have written a "pastoral reflection" entitled Stewards of God's Grace that contains ideas first proposed by the American bishops in the 1992 pastoral letter Stewardship: A Disciple's Response. My reflections on stewardship are intended to reinforce the ideas contained in Returning to Grace, my pastoral letter on the Eucharist. I urge you to read my stewardship reflections, Stewards of God's Grace, in full.
Returning to the grace of the Eucharist provides us with new opportunities to invite all our sisters and brothers in northern New Jersey to discover the richness and joy of life in Christ. Christian discipleship compels us to be good stewards of all God's gifts, especially our Lord's gift of Himself in the Holy Eucharist. As individuals, families, parishes and as a diocese, may we use this opportunity to renew our commitment to the spirituality of stewardship as a way of encouraging full participation in the Eucharistic Mystery.
Sincerely yours in Christ the Redeemer,
Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R.
ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK
October 10-16, 2021
October 11 (Monday) 7:00 PM
Exposition of Sacred Relics Treasures of the Church Church & Ferraro Hall
October 16 (Saturday) 12:00 Noon
America Needs Fatima Rosary Rally
In front of the BVM Statue by the School
UPCOMING OCTOBER 2021 EVENTS
October 24-27 (Sunday-Wednesday)
PARISH MISSION LIVING AND SHARING THE GOSPEL TODAY
October 30 (Saturday) at 5:00pm
120TH PARISH FOUNDATION DAY CELEBRATIONS
PRAYER FOR THE PARISH MISSION
GOD OUR FATHER, WE OFFER YOU PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING FOR ALL THE MANY GIFTS YOU HAVE GIVEN US. WE THANK YOU ESPECIALLY FOR THE GIFT OF OUR
QUIET OUR MINDS AND OPEN OUR HEARTS TO RECEIVE THE GIFT OF YOUR TRUTH.
GRANT THAT OUR COMING PARISH MISSION WILL BE A TIME OF GRACE FOR ALL.
A TIME OF GROWTH FOR OUR YOUNG, A TIME OF REFRESHMENT FOR OUR OLD, A TIME OF RENEWAL FOR OUR FAMILIES, A TIME OF HEALING FOR THE BROKEN,
A TIME OF JOY FOR THE SORROWING, A TIME OF CHALLENGE FOR THE COMPLACENT,
A TIME OF GRACE FOR THE SINNER, A TIME OF STRENGTH FOR THE HOLY, A TIME OF HOMECOMING FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN AWAY.
GRANT, MOST LOVING FATHER, THAT THE PARISH MISSION MAY BRING DOWN YOUR RICHEST BLESSINGS ON ONE AND ALL!
WE ASK THIS THROUGH THE INTERCESSION OF MARY, OUR MOTHER, AND OF ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA, OUR PATRON SAINT.
IN THE NAME OF JESUS CHRIST, WHO IS LORD OF ALL. AMEN.
September 2021 Monthly Financial Report
Tree of Life Leaf Memorials
Have you ever noticed our Tree of Life Memorial at the entrance by the sacristy?
Collections/Offerings Regular: Sundays Special: Airconditioning & HELP
Regular Fund Raising Perquisites Candles & Gift Shop Registration Fees--CCD Assessment Collections Donations: Ordinary
25,339.37 1,050.00 873.00 1,875.00 843.00 185.00
Salaries (Priests, Full & Part Time Workers) Food & Provisions Gas & Electric
Church & Lake St. House Rectory School & School Lights Water Church & Lake St. House Rectory School Telephone & Internet Church Rectory School Supplies Church Office & Rectory Religious Education--CCD Postage Equipment Rentals Subscriptions Health Insurance Transportation & Insurance Repair & Maintenance School Rectory Representations Property Insurance Archdiocesan Assessment
939.51 587.65 1,804.74
53.35 52.23 60.23
124.33 328.82 260.95
135.09 405.92 2,680.13 402.50 1,888.25
20.25 4,923.65 1,641.32
1,370.00 836.25 231.54
This special memorial tree was created for us by Sanford Werfel Studios and rst introduced for our 100th Anniversary. Since then we have had a good amount sold. But, there are still some available leaves.
Some parishioners have recently expressed interest to offer memorials for their loved ones.
Based on the original price and procedure, each leaf would cost $1,200 (which could be paid over a period of 12 months). Once payment is completed, we will send the leaf to the original artist to engrave it with your personal inscription.
Purchasing one of these memorial leaves would give your loved one or family a permanent remembrance at our church and , of course, help our parish in this time of need. Please contact the Parish Ofce for more information.
ANNUAL APPEAL 2021 UPDATE
(as of October 6, 2021)
Goal this year is $19,146.
Total Pledged = $21,747
% of Goal Reached (in Pledges) = 113.06%
Amount Received = $20,897
Number of Contributors = 52 pax/family
TOTAL BALANCE (to be forwarded)
THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!
All are welcome to a teaching and exposition of Sacred Relics. Over 150 relics will be shown, some as old as 2,000 years.
Among the treasures will be relics of St. Joseph, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Maria Goretti, St. Therese of Lisieux, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Faustina Kowalska.
There will also be a fragment of the Veil that belonged to Our Lady and some of the largest remaining pieces of the Wood of the True Cross in the World.
It's almost here!!
It won't be long now, October 24 through Wednesday night, October 27. Our Parish Mission, being led by Bill Wegner, a Catholic Lay Evangelist, is almost here. Just 2 weeks away! It will truly be a time of renewal and rejoicing for our community. Don't let these 4 days pass you by and leave you sating, "I wish I
had been there". If you haven't made your plans yet, do it right now! Stop whatever your doing and put it in your calendar!
And remember, bring a friend!
Reserve your table today--don't miss out on this great event for
Pick up an order form after Mass today or at the Parish Office.
Price: $100 per person
Hurry! Seats are limited!
Only 30 seats available NOW!
Semi-formal * Family Style* Beer Wine & Soda * Cash Bar
Support Our Parish 120 Year Foundation Day Celebration
Your Name Will Be Remembered In Our Commemorative Book Boosters
are just $5.00 each.
See one of our committee members at church after Mass to sign up or
call the Parish Office 973.481.1991.
SUPER RAFFLE DRAW
By buying a raffle ticket, you help St. Anthony of Padua Parish and give yourself a
chance to win a cash prize to the maximum of $15,000!!! Only 300 tickets to be sold at
We have only sold around 175 tickets at the moment. We still have 125 tickets available.
Pick up an order form after Mass or call the Parish
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